One Hundred Albums You Should Remove from Your Collection Immediately

I read about One Hundred Albums You Should Remove from Your Collection Immediately on An American Parrothead in Canada and I thought that this was exactly the kind of article all free-thinking rock and roll maniacs should read. They should print it out (preferably by a group of friends) and investigate each other’s record collections to see if any of these classics reside in their collections. Then they must state in one sentence out loud to their buddies why they shouldn’t toss the offending albums in the garbage, as this article demands that they must. Combine this with ample supplies of beer (and taxi chits to go from one home to the next) and a group of four or five friends could be quite amused for a weekend. Of course they might not necessarily be friends by the end of this exercise but really, too bad. Three U2 albums on the list and just when I am getting to know and like them! Good times, good times.
Later.

2 Comments

  1. The problem with that suggestion, though, is that REAL free-thinking rock and roll maniacs would take one look at that site, realise the people responsible for it are a bunch of attention-seeking wankers, and give it the thorough mocking it really deserves…

  2. All websites that publish any type of music list, this one included, should be mocked at when and if required. That has allways been assumed.
    Mock away!

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