Rock and Roll
The War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream
As you said it yourself in the blurb, there’s really no reason for Atlantic City to be here. Also, I’d take Spinners over Didn’t Frighten You any day.
My list: Stuck Between Stations, Slapped Actress, Swish, Sequestered, Banging Camp, You Can Make Him Like You, Magazines, Stevie Nix, Weekenders, Party Pit.
God, that was tough. What a great band.
Nothing Ever Happened and Desire Lines are curious omissions. THM is good, but #4?
Bizarre bottom half of the list. Here’s a quick idea of what I’d Have:
Afraid of Everyone
All The Wine
Abbey Road. Not only does it have the immaculate medley on Side B, but you have George’s finest moments as a Beatle, the best harmonies of any Beatles album, and some Lennon classics (“Come Together,” “I Want You.”) Hell, even Ringo penned a good song here!