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    The Best Album No One Ever Heard Of is.....

    The Sountrack to the absolutely forgettable film "Judgement Night" circa 1993, and the dawn of the Rap-Rock movement.

    [url]http://www.allmusic.com/album/judgment-night-r189710[/url]

    [IMG]http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/cov200/drd100/d123/d1238214t1s.jpg[/IMG]

    A fusion of Rap Artists and Rock Acts. Some serious talent from both camps involved, and some crazy mixes. Most worked "seperately" as it were, sending songs and riffs back and forth as opposed to true collaboration, but still, some interesting tunes here from some interesting acts.

    1 Just Another Victim -- Helmet , House of Pain 4:21
    2 Fallin' -- De La Soul, Teenage Fanclub 4:25
    3 Me, Myself & My Microphone -- Living Colour, Run DMC 3:08
    4 Judgment Night -- Biohazard, Onyx 4:35
    5 Disorder -- Ice T, Slayer 4:57
    6 Another Body Murdered -- Boo Yaa TRIBE, Faith No More 4:22
    7 I Love You Mary Jane -- Cypress Hill, Sonic Youth 3:49
    8 Freak Momma -- Mudhoney, Sir Mix A Lot 3:57
    9 Missing Link -- Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Dinosaur Jr.… 3:44
    10 Come and Die -- Fatal, Therapy 4:22
    11 Real Thing -- Cypress Hill, Pearl Jam 3:31

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    the soundtrack to Crowe's "Single's" is my vote.

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    David Gilmour was a big fan.

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vl9OKddQBRg[/url]

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    [IMG]http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq262/rustybindings/album-mona-bone-jakon.jpg[/IMG]

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    Creeper Lagoon- Take back the universe and give me yesterday. This band should have made it big.

    Beulah- The Coast is never clear

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    [IMG]http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq262/rustybindings/garth-brooks-greatest-hits-as-chris-gaines-album-cover.jpg[/IMG]

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    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA - the album that killed that no-talented f*cker off

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;3968373]The Sountrack to the absolutely forgettable film "Judgement Night" circa 1993, and the dawn of the Rap-Rock movement.

    [url]http://www.allmusic.com/album/judgment-night-r189710[/url]

    [IMG]http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/cov200/drd100/d123/d1238214t1s.jpg[/IMG]

    A fusion of Rap Artists and Rock Acts. Some serious talent from both camps involved, and some crazy mixes. Most worked "seperately" as it were, sending songs and riffs back and forth as opposed to true collaboration, but still, some interesting tunes here from some interesting acts.

    1 Just Another Victim -- Helmet , House of Pain 4:21
    2 Fallin' -- De La Soul, Teenage Fanclub 4:25
    3 Me, Myself & My Microphone -- Living Colour, Run DMC 3:08
    4 Judgment Night -- Biohazard, Onyx 4:35
    5 Disorder -- Ice T, Slayer 4:57
    6 Another Body Murdered -- Boo Yaa TRIBE, Faith No More 4:22
    7 I Love You Mary Jane -- Cypress Hill, Sonic Youth 3:49
    8 Freak Momma -- Mudhoney, Sir Mix A Lot 3:57
    9 Missing Link -- Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Dinosaur Jr.… 3:44
    10 Come and Die -- Fatal, Therapy 4:22
    11 Real Thing -- Cypress Hill, Pearl Jam 3:31[/QUOTE]


    Ha, me and my friends were bumping this album back in the day. That was back when Rage Against the Machine was breaking out. The whole rap rock thing was something really new. I think it kinda started with that Onyx remix of slam where they had Anthrax play on it.

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;3968373]The Sountrack to the absolutely forgettable film "Judgement Night" circa 1993, and the dawn of the Rap-Rock movement.

    [url]http://www.allmusic.com/album/judgment-night-r189710[/url]

    [IMG]http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/cov200/drd100/d123/d1238214t1s.jpg[/IMG]

    A fusion of Rap Artists and Rock Acts. Some serious talent from both camps involved, and some crazy mixes. Most worked "seperately" as it were, sending songs and riffs back and forth as opposed to true collaboration, but still, some interesting tunes here from some interesting acts.

    1 Just Another Victim -- Helmet , House of Pain 4:21
    2 Fallin' -- De La Soul, Teenage Fanclub 4:25
    3 Me, Myself & My Microphone -- Living Colour, Run DMC 3:08
    4 Judgment Night -- Biohazard, Onyx 4:35
    5 Disorder -- Ice T, Slayer 4:57
    6 Another Body Murdered -- Boo Yaa TRIBE, Faith No More 4:22
    7 I Love You Mary Jane -- Cypress Hill, Sonic Youth 3:49
    8 Freak Momma -- Mudhoney, Sir Mix A Lot 3:57
    9 Missing Link -- Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Dinosaur Jr.… 3:44
    10 Come and Die -- Fatal, Therapy 4:22
    11 Real Thing -- Cypress Hill, Pearl Jam 3:31[/QUOTE]

    Absolutely. Love that soundtrack. Ahead of its time, really.

    Good movie, too. Not the greatest acting (especially Emilio Estevez), but a decent action flick.

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    Never heard of it.

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    I wouldn't say "no one", but these are several classic records which tons of rock fans don't have in their collections or may not have heard, especially the younger folk:

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    Probably my 3rd or 4th favorite album of all time - yet, I've met very few people who have it in their collection. Fish's last album with Marillion:

    [IMG]http://www.progarchives.com/progressive_rock_discography_covers/233/cover_47101915102008.jpg[/IMG]


    Opening song - "Hotel Hobbies" is great, and is indicative of the album and kind of sets the tone for the concept of the album. Give a listen if you want.

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQBQ-A8VATg"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQBQ-A8VATg[/URL]
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    [IMG]http://i.ytimg.com/vi/GUXyulycU0E/0.jpg[/IMG]

    This was a great album that came out around 2001. If anyone remembers, this "band" (I put that in quotations because its one guy with other interchangeable musicians) they had a popular post-grunge record in the late 90s. The rest of the band that recorded that first album moved on with a new singer to form the band Tantric.

    The lead singer/guitarist was immensely talented. I loved this guy's voice. Jim Morrison-like. He wrote and composed music for full symphony orchestras and was signed to record his first album when he was 16 (can you imagine being 16 and opening for Metallica?) Unfortunately he was diagnosed with a mental illness and has been battling a nasty meth addiction (he was featured on A&E's Intervention). A recent show he played is on YouTube, and it appears as if the heavy drug use has gotten the best of him.


    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=229XxbnovUE"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=229XxbnovUE[/URL]

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    [QUOTE=sourceworx;3968668][IMG]http://i.ytimg.com/vi/GUXyulycU0E/0.jpg[/IMG]

    This was a great album that came out around 2001. If anyone remembers, this "band" (I put that in quotations because its one guy with other interchangeable musicians) they had a popular post-grunge record in the late 90s. The rest of the band that recorded that first album moved on with a new singer to form the band Tantric.

    The lead singer/guitarist was immensely talented. I loved this guy's voice. Jim Morrison-like. He wrote and composed music for full symphony orchestras and was signed to record his first album when he was 16 (can you imagine being 16 and opening for Metallica?) Unfortunately he was diagnosed with a mental illness and has been battling a nasty meth addiction (he was featured on A&E's Intervention). A recent show he played is on YouTube, and it appears as if the heavy drug use has gotten the best of him.


    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=229XxbnovUE"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=229XxbnovUE[/URL][/QUOTE]

    Never heard it before, but that was a good listen. To me, he kind of sounds like Geoff Tate.

    Good stuff.

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    [QUOTE=McKnight25;3968664]Probably my 3rd or 4th favorite album of all time - yet, I've met very few people who have it in their collection. Fish's last album with Marillion:

    [IMG]http://www.progarchives.com/progressive_rock_discography_covers/233/cover_47101915102008.jpg[/IMG]


    Opening song - "Hotel Hobbies" is great, and is indicative of the album and kind of sets the tone for the concept of the album. Give a listen if you want.

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQBQ-A8VATg"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQBQ-A8VATg[/URL][/QUOTE]

    Good call. Great album.

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