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    These people can you credit them?
    They just want blood on the tracks
    Can they not tell that the times thay are a changin'?

    It can be easily done!
    Just take down to highway 61
    My top 10 (not including LPs bought in the last 12 months, as I don't think they can be in there yet, no matter how much i think I love them, and not including Wire)
    1. Skids - Days in Europa
    2. Swans - Children of God
    3. Magazine - Secondhand Daylight
    4. Marychain - Psychocandy
    5. Ramones - It's Alive
    6. Descendents - Milo Goes to College
    7. The Replacements - Tim
    8. The Gun Club - Mother Juno (or The Las Vegas Story)
    9. Sonic Youth - Sister
    10. Shudder to Think - Get You Goat
    runners up - J Church - One Mississippi, Avail - Over the James, GBV - Alien Lanes and The Go Betweens - 16 Lovers Lane
    I'll make it a Top 15 albums list:

    Wire - 154
    Dome - 1
    Colin Newman - A-Z
    This Heat - 1
    XTC - English Settlement
    Pink Industry - Low Technology
    The Residents - The Commercial Album
    Chrome - Alien Soundtracks
    Einst├╝rzende Neubauten - Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T
    Sonic Youth - Confusion is Sex
    Syd Barrett - The Madcap Laughs
    The Velvet Underground & Nico
    Nick Drake - Pink Moon
    Faust - Faust/So Far
    Harmonia - De Luxe
    biccio, interesting choice of XTC album. English Settlement is a great album (XTC never put out a dud record in their 12-studio album career) but I can think of several from Andy Partridge and co that are better, namely Skylarking, Apple Venus Volume One, Nonsuch and even Mummer and Big Express, which was around the time they lost most of their audience after giving up touring. Minor classics that I can't live without!
    agree. it's probably more a matter of affection to that record which is their first one i bought back in '82 than the "quality" of the record itself.
    still a great one...