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What CD can you listen to non-stop, on loop, all day, day after day, and still never get tired of it?

Asked by poofandmook (17272points) September 30th, 2008
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scamp's avatar


poofandmook's avatar

LOL don’t mock me scamp! ;)

deaddolly's avatar

Rob Zombie’s Hellbilly Deluxe
Nirvana’s Nevermind
Marilyn Manson’s Lest We Forget

Sorry, couldn’t just pick one…

scamp's avatar

Not mocking you! I enjoyed it yesterday. That why I told you to turn it up.:D

Likeradar's avatar

I’m with DrasticDreamer… any tool CD, except maybe Opiate. Their music is so multi-leveled, I hear something new almost every time I listen to them.

Magnus's avatar

My whole iTunes.

sndfreQ's avatar

Radiohead’s In Rainbows

Les's avatar

Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue
but I’ve also been on this Goldfrapp kick lately…Black Cherry seems to be getting me through the day.

poofandmook's avatar

It’s just rare that I come across a CD that never gets old. Even all the other old NKOTB stuff does, but this one doesn’t. I used to be that way with…And Justice For All by Metallica too.

Bri_L's avatar

U2 – The Joshua Tree

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

Warren Zevon: The Wind

Warren Zevon: Genius

Stevie Ray Vaughn: In Step

deaddolly's avatar

NKOTB? Oh, my.

syz's avatar

Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd

poofandmook's avatar

@deaddolly: To each his own, remember. I listen to everything. My roommate found it interesting that while he was riding in my car with my Zune on random, he heard Culture Club and Marilyn Manson back to back.

deaddolly's avatar

@poofandmuck…I know, I know. I just haven’t heard them mentioned in ages….lol I love random mixes!

SuperMouse's avatar

Hot Fuss The Killers
The Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy or Who’s Next The Who
Unstoppable 4:2:Five

Bri_L's avatar

SuperMouse – OOoo Hot Fuss, nice choice.The Killers are hosting SNL this Sat.

shadling21's avatar

Agreed with sndfrQ! Kid A runs a close second in Radioheadland.

SuperMouse's avatar

@Bri, thanks for the heads up, I’m going to tivo it!

marinelife's avatar

Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos
Glenn Gould’s Goldberg Variations
Handel’s Messiah
Handel’s Water Music

blastfamy's avatar

Daft Punk – Alive 2007

poofandmook's avatar

Oooh, Handel’s Messiah. Fabulous. [makes mental note to download that onto the Zune]

waterskier2007's avatar

The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me, by Brand New

shadling21's avatar

@waterskier – Love it.

Mr_M's avatar

Not a CD but right now I seem to play “Seasons of Love” from RENT over and over.

emilyrose's avatar

Joni Mitchell: Blue
also agree on the Miles Davis Kind of Blue

basp's avatar

Do ya wanna dance sung by Bette Midler

jkap's avatar

I would definitely have to say Hold On Now, Youngster by Lois Campesinos.

Knotmyday's avatar

None. I have to listen to them all; and some sound better at different times than others depending on my mood or the weather.

acebamboo77's avatar

Trouble in the Hen House – The Tragically Hip
E Von Dahl Killed the Locals – The Matches
Sticks and Stones – New Found Glory
Wolves in Wolves’ Clothing – NoFx

To name a few!

critter1982's avatar

Any Led Zeppelin CD

boffin's avatar

Close to the Edge….Yes
Tales From Topographic Oceans…..Yes
Bridge Across Forever…..Transatlantic
Deadwing….Porcupine Tree

stratman37's avatar

Abbey Road by the Beatles

marinelife's avatar

@stratman37 I think that would work for me too. I consider it one of the best, ever. Great for singalong.

justinheckman's avatar

In Rainbows by Radiohead

Megan64's avatar

Built to Spill’s Perfect From Now On. Trust me once you try it, you won’t believe it.

ladytmerie's avatar

Sade- Lovers Rock
Wicked The Musical
My Prince Playlist
The Killers- Sawdust
Brandi Carlile-The Story

gailcalled's avatar

All of Mozart’s Concerti for French Horn
And all of his chamber music for clarinet (Trio, Quintet and Concerto)
Schubert Trout Quintet and Death and the Maiden
Beethoven’s Waldstein Sonata played by Vladimir Horowitz.
Don Giovanni, Magic Flute, Marriage of Figaro, Barber of Seville

(And the four mentioned by Marina. I heard the Water Music today in the car. Also saw the Great Blue Heron…a moment of perfection.)

augustlan's avatar

There is not one that I would never tire of. I love many different types of music, but all of it wears me out if I hear too much of it, in too small a time frame.

shrubbery's avatar

Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
The Very Best of Cat Stevens
Everyone’s in Everyone – Patrick Park
The Lord of the Rings Soundtracks
Paint the Sky with Stars – Enya
When the World Was Wide – Trouble in the Kitchen

flameboi's avatar

it depends on my mood
it could be:
Ella Fitzgerald (any)
Norah Jones (come away with me)
Chris Botti (The duets)
Peter Cincotti (any)
Michael Bubble (any)
Sade (lover’s live)
The Police (greatest hits)
Oasis (any)
Blur (any)
Paramore (any)
Avril Lavigne (any)
Armin Van Buuren
Paul Van Dyk
4 strings
Dj Encore
Limp Bizkit
I can keep going all day long….

scamp's avatar

@flameboi I like your taste in music!

flameboi's avatar

thank you :)

ezraglenn's avatar

another vote for Radiohead’s In Rainbows
also, The Shins’ Wincing the Night Away.

waterskier2007's avatar

@justinheckman, my roommate is a huge radiohead fan. no matter how often he plays it i just can force myself to like it

susanc's avatar

all of paul simon though the best of all is Graceland

call me corny, the guy’s infinitely creative and never stops

Skyrail's avatar

Oh, ugh, erm, my music tastes swing daily, if not hourly. I guess…my collection of songs from ‘The Flashbulb’, if I had to pick one album it would be Kirlian Selections as I’ve listened to that more then enough and it’s just so wonderfully created. ‘tis beautiful to the ears.

james_lang's avatar

Misfits – American Psycho

tiffyandthewall's avatar

i actually JUST started to get tired of Pretty.Odd. i will not deny how hard i fell for that album.
lately, i’ve rediscovered my love for It’s Wide Awake It’s Morning (bright eyes), and haven’t listened to much besides it.

zanguest's avatar

any Buddha Bar cd

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