Sunday, August 24, 2008

(Great?) Albums Released In 1986


Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Flaunt It (come on Rumproast, back me up on this one!)
Elvis Costello, Blood And Chocolate
Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force, Planet Rock
Beastie Boys, Licenced To Ill

Metallica, Master Of Puppets
The The, Infected
The Housemartins, London 0, Hull 4
Billy Bragg, Talking With The Taxman About Poetry
Talk Talk, The Colour Of Spring
Sonic Youth, Evol
Mojo Nixon, Frenzy/ Get Out Of My Way
Throwing Muses, Throwing Muses
Paul Simon, Graceland
Run-DMC, Raising Hell
XTC, Skylarking
Bad Brains, I Against I
Steve Earl, Guitar Town
The Woodentops, Giant
Pet Shop Boys, Please
The Smiths, The Queen Is Dead
Peter Gabriel, So
New Order, Brotherhood
REM, Life’s Rich Pageant
Love And Rockets, Express
The Cramps, A Date With Elvis
Husker Du, Candy Apple Grey
Big Audio Dynamite, No. 10 Upping Street
The Jazz Butcher, Distressed Gentlefolk
Fishbone, In Your Face
The Flaming Lips, Hear It Is~!
They Might Be Giants, TMBG

3 comments:

Erin said...

Lyle Lovett, Lyle Lovett

Man, I love this album - lyrically, a masterpiece. This Old Porch is one of my faves:

"And this old porch is like a steaming, greasy plate of enchiladas
With lots of cheese and onions
And a guacamole salad
And you can get'em down at the Lasalle Hotel
In old downtown
With iced tea and a waitress
And she will smile every time"

Harry Ames, Jr. said...

Knocked Out Loaded/Bob Dylan, I know most folks consider this Dylan's low-point, but any album with Brownsville Girl on it is not a "low-point"...
No Guru, No Method, No Teacher/Van Morrison
Laurie Anderson's Home of the Brave
Did you put Elvis' King of America?
Springsteen's Live 1975-85 box set
Guitar Town-Steve Earle
Ivor Cutler released 2 that year...Gruts and Prince Ivor
So-Peter Gabriel
Your Funeral, My Trial -Nick Cave

Uncle E said...

Thanks Erin, adding the lyrics was a nice touch.
And Harry, it's an honor to have your magnificence comment on my blog. Picking Bob Dylan's Knocked Out Loaded is an interesting choice...I think you've been hanging around that cartoonist, Philbert, a little too much. I hear you're Phil's campaign manager, eh? You must like a challenge!