Great album, and I’ll never forget it thanks to the tinnitus inducing show I saw in ’93–it put any metal show I’ve seen to shame. 20 years of ringing in my ears, I should celebrate.
I agree with the order, but if I was to recommend a MMJ album to someone, it would be Okonokos. Not only is it the best recorded representation of the band, it’s really one of the best live rock recordings of the past 30 years.
Pearl Jam has never headlined the festival, but they were the first big band to play the Coachella ground back in ’93. For awhile, I thought they would headline this year as a 20th year anniversary. Guess not.
I’m surprised by the exclusion of “Cardinal Song”. What more does that song need to do to be on this list?
These idiots holding up their phones…it’s going to be on TV!
Did Nick say he had a fetus on a leash? That’s some serious helicopter parenting.
And in ranking Wayne Coyne’s suits I got:
5. The grey one
4. The grey one
3. The grey one with the fake grenade pocket
2. The grey one
1. The grey one
This is absolutely gorgeous.
Abbey Road is near perfect. I would’ve said The White Album, but Birthday seems to put me in a blind rage.
I understand this is just a list of one person’s opinion, but it’s strange that Enjoy the Silence is #1 and Policy of Truth isn’t even on the list. They compliment each other so well on Violator that I would think if you loved one, you’d love the other.
Metallica- …And Justice For All (even though the bass is MIA)