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Just flicking through all my discs the other day and found loads of stuff I haven't played in ages, including some excellent Non HH related discs.

 

Was just thinking for the more open minded people on here, what are your favourite NON HH (Metal,MR, AOR, Prog, Glam) related discs of all time - No copping out, be honest & no taking the piss. ;)

 

Here are a load of mine to start things off.

 

Daryl Braithwaite - Edge/ Taste The Salt

Big Dish - Swimmer

David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust/ Scary Monsters

Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet

Kate Bush - The Sensual World/ Hounds Of Love

Marc Cohn - S/T

Phil Collins - No Jacket Required/ But Seriously

Chris De Burgh - Man On The Line/ Into The Light

Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

Duran Duran - S/T / Rio

ELO - Out Of The Blue

Mylene Farmer - L'Autre

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls

Go West - S/T

Jean-Jacques Goldman - Entre Gris Clair Et Gris Fonce/ En Passent

Hall And Oates - H20

Don Henley - Building The Perfect Beast

Hooters - Nervous Night/ One Way Home

Bruce Hornsby & The Range - The Way It Is

Icehouse - Man Of Colors

Jellyfish - Bellybutton

Keane - Hopes And Fears

Love & Money - Strange kind Of Love

Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy/ Solace

Mike And The Mechanics - S/T/ The Living Years

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

Muse - Absolution/ Black Holes And Revelations

Mike Oldfield - The Songs Of Distant Earth/ Crises

No Man - Love Blows, Love Cries

The Panic Division - Songs From The Glasshouse

Alan Parsons Project - Turn Of A Friendly Card

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - Hard Promises

Iggy Pop - Blah-Blah-Blah

The Power Station - S/T

Propaganda - A Secret Wish

Lee Ritenour - Rit/ Rit 2

Roachford - Permenant Shade Of Blue

Todd Rundgren - Hermit Of Mink Hollow/ No World Order

Seal - S/T

Simple Minds - Street Fighting Years

Micheal W. Smith - Go West Young Man

Bruce Springsteen - The Rising

Sting - Ten Summoners Tales

Judie Tzuke - I Am The Phoenix/ Shoot The Moon

Narada Michael Walden - The Dance Of Life

Weather Report - Heavy Weather

Zucchero - Shake/Oro Incenso Birra

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Just flicking through all my discs the other day and found loads of stuff I haven't played in ages, including some excellent Non HH related discs.

 

Was just thinking for the more open minded people on here, what are your favourite NON HH (Metal,MR, AOR, Prog, Glam) related discs of all time - No copping out, be honest & no taking the piss. ;)

 

Here are a load of mine to start things off.

 

Daryl Braithwaite - Edge/ Taste The Salt

Phil Collins - No Jacket Required/ But Seriously

Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

Duran Duran - S/T / Rio

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls

Go West - S/T

Hall And Oates - H20

Love & Money - Strange kind Of Love

Mike And The Mechanics - S/T/ The Living Years

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

Iggy Pop - Blah-Blah-Blah

The Power Station - S/T

Propaganda - A Secret Wish

Seal - S/T

Simple Minds - Street Fighting Yeras

 

These ones are fucking awesome releases. I got 'em all. Splendid I say! :banger:

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Just flicking through all my discs the other day and found loads of stuff I haven't played in ages, including some excellent Non HH related discs.

 

Was just thinking for the more open minded people on here, what are your favourite NON HH (Metal,MR, AOR, Prog, Glam) related discs of all time - No copping out, be honest & no taking the piss. ;)

 

Here are a load of mine to start things off.

 

Daryl Braithwaite - Edge/ Taste The Salt

Big Dish - Swimmer

David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust/ Scary Monsters

Crash Test Dummies - God Shuffled His Feet

Kate Bush - The Sensual World/ Hounds Of Love

Marc Cohn - S/T

Phil Collins - No Jacket Required/ But Seriously

Chris De Burgh - Man On The Line/ Into The Light

Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

Duran Duran - S/T / Rio

ELO - Out Of The Blue

Mylene Farmer - L'Autre

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls

Go West - S/T

Jean-Jacques Goldman - Entre Gris Clair Et Gris Fonce/ En Passent

Hall And Oates - H20

Don Henley - Building The Perfect Beast

Hooters - Nervous Night/ One Way Home

Bruce Hornsby & The Range - The Way It Is

Icehouse - Man Of Colors

Jellyfish - Bellybutton

Keane - Hopes And Fears

Love & Money - Strange kind Of Love

Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy/ Solace

Mike And The Mechanics - S/T/ The Living Years

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

Muse - Absolution/ Black Holes And Revelations

Mike Oldfield - The Songs Of Distant Earth/ Crises

No Man - Love Blows, Love Cries

The Panic Division - Songs From The Glasshouse

Alan Parsons Project - Turn Of A Friendly Card

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - Hard Promises

Iggy Pop - Blah-Blah-Blah

The Power Station - S/T

Propaganda - A Secret Wish

Lee Ritenour - Rit/ Rit 2

Roachford - Permenant Shade Of Blue

Todd Rundgren - Hermit Of Mink Hollow/ No World Order

Seal - S/T

Simple Minds - Street Fighting Years

Micheal W. Smith - Go West Young Man

Bruce Springsteen - The Rising

Sting - Ten Summoners Tales

Judie Tzuke - I Am The Phoenix/ Shoot The Moon

Narada Michael Walden - The Dance Of Life

Weather Report - Heavy Weather

Zucchero - Shake/Oro Incenso Birra

 

Great taste Jez a lot of my favs there.

 

I have thousands here 10 :

 

Charlie Sexton - Pictures For Pleasure

Laura Branigan - Self Control

Billy Idol - Rebel Yell

A-Ha - Hunting High And Low

Joe Lamont - Secrets You Keep

Debbie Gibson - Electric Youth

Baxter Robertson - Mere Mortals

A Flock Of Seagulls - The Story Of A Young Heart

Corey Hart - Boys In The Box

Rod Stewart - Camouflage

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Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene

ABBA - Pretty much Anything

Bee Gees - Ditto

Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Welcome to the Pleasuredome

Iced Earth - Something Wicked This Way Comes

Jethro Tull - Broadsword and the Beast

Restless Heart - Their entire discography

Original Broadway Soundtrack to Jesus Christ Superstar

Tristania - Beyond the Veil

Within Temptation - everything they've ever done

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Genesis - invisible touch

The Eagles - hotel california

Dire Straits - brothers in arms

Midnight Oil - Capricorn

Ghostwriters - second skin

Invertigo - forum

Delta Goodrem - innocent eyes

Kutless - sea of faces

Anberlin - never take friendship personal

Proclaimers - sunshine on leif

Tommy Emmanuel - various

 

Plus a heap of Brutalmetal stuff..

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If you are talking about ORIGINAL Stuff well i have many of them:

 

I have many Metal Stuff so i´ll pass that Stuff, i´ll give my "quite" Stuff, ONLY ORIGINAL CDs:

AC/DC - Bonfire 4 CDs a tribute to Bon Scott

Helloween - Pumpkin Box - 4CDs Japanese Release

Mike Oldfield - Islands

The Alan Parsons Project - The Best Of

Magnum - Vintage

Peter Wolf - Long Line

Jimmy Ryser - S/T

Goo Goo Dolls - A boy Named Goo

Goo Goo Dolls - Dizzy Up The Girl

Goo Goo Dolls - What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art & Commerce

James - All Their albums (UK)

Matchbox 20 - Yourself Or Someone Like You

Gin Blossoms - New Miserable Experience

Counting Crows - August And Everything After and All their albums.

Hootie & The Blowfish - Cracked Rear View

Alanis Morissette - Under Rug Swept

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

The Cranberries - All their Albums.

Toad The Wet Sprocket - All their Albums!

The Sundays - All Their Albums

Concrete Blonde - Recollection - The Best Of

Clay Aiken - Measure of a Man

David Pack - Unborn

David Pack - The Secret Of Movin´On

Car Graphic CD - WRC ´94 Harem Scarem/Easy Action

Opus - Flying Higher Greatest Hits + Opus Live Is Life 2000 2CDs

Thompson Twins - The hits Collection

The Psychedelic Furs - Should God Forget.

Martika - S/T

A Flock Of Seagulls - story Of A Young Heart

Human League - Greatest Hits

Cutting Crew - The Best Of

Mike + The Mechanics - S/T

Mike + The Mechanics - The Living Years

Michael McDonald - Motown

Eddie Brickell & New Bohemians - Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars

Benny Mardones - A Journey Through Time

Sponge - Rotting Piñata

Sponge - Wax Statics

Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues

Thin Lizzy - Dedication

 

:nyanya:

Cheers :loser:

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I'm surprised Kenny Loggins isn't on there...unless I missed it somewhere.

 

:unsure: Can't seem to locate Cliff Richard in that list either :lol:

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A DAY TO REMEMBER - FOR THOSE WHO HAVE HEART

AGNOSTIC FRONT - BEST OF

BILLY IDOL - CHARMED LIFE

CHRISTINA AGUILERA - pretty much everything's she's done...

HIM - LOVE METAL

LIFE OF AGONY - RIVER RUNS RED

MADONNA - everthing from S/T to RAY OF LIGHT

MOTHER LOVE BONE - everything!!

MUSHROOMHEAD -everthing!!

SARAH McLACHLAN - SURFACING/AFTERGLOW (but I love all her stuff)

SLAYER - REIGN IN BLOOD

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I'm not saying these are top albums, these are just all I have of non HH related albums

 

Cher - Greatest Hits 65-92

Hootie And The Blow Fish - Cracked Rear View

Jewel - Goodbye To Alice In Wonderland

Shawn Mullins - Soul's Core

Train - Drops Of Jupiter

Rod Stewart - Still The Same

Bruce Springsteen - The Essential

Anastacia - Not That Kind

Lifehouse - No Name Face

Taylor Dane - Greatest Hits

Jon Bon Jovi - Destination Anywhere

Troy Newman - It's Like This

Levellers - Best Live :Headlights White Lines Black Tar Rivers

 

Jewel, Rod Stewart and Bruce Springsteen would be the good ones.

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Billy Joel - An Innocent Man

Travis - The Man Who

Michael Jackson - Off The Wall/Thriller

Michael MacDonald - Sweet Freedom

REM - Automatic For The People

Paul Weller - Stanley Road / Wild Wood / Heavy Soul

The Verve - Urban Hymns

Crowded House - Woodface

Duran Duran - S/T / Rio

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way

Manic Street Preachers - Holy Bible

George Michael - Ladies And Gentleman The Best Of

Squeeze - Greatest Hits

Fleetwood Mac - S/T / Rumours

Elton John - The Very Best Of

The Beautiful South - Welcome To / Choke / Miaow

Abba - The Singles Collection

Bee Gees - Their Greatest Hits

Wham - Fantastic

Hot Chocolate - Their Greatest Hits

ELO - The Very Best Of

The Cranberries - No Need To Argue

Shania Twain - Come On Over

Oasis - (What`s The Story) Morning Glory

Kate Bush - The Whole Story

Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head

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Genesis are one of my fave Prog bands, but I didn't include them in my list as they are first and foremost a Progressive rock band, and I didn't include any Prog releases on my list, otherwise it would be huge. Hence why I stuck to completely Non HH related.

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Train-All

Joe Bonamassa-All

Guitar Shorty-All

The Clarks-All

Dada-All

The Wallflowers-All

Walter Trout-All

Robot Lords Of Tokyo-Whiskey,Blood & Napalm

Drive By Truckers-A Southern Rock Opera

Ryan Adams-Gold

Big Head Todd And The Monsters-Sister Swetly

Candelbox-All

Wanderlust-Prize

Mercury Tide-Why?

Be Bop Deluxe-Sunburst Finish

So many more but I will stop here

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Billy Joel - Greatest Hits

Elton John - Greatest Hits

Casting Crowns - Lifesong

Dawson's Creek - Songs from...

Cake - Fashion Nugget

The Police - Every Breath You Take (The Singles)

Kutless - Strong Tower

Jaci Velasquez - Heavenly Place

Chris Tomlin - See The Morning

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Weird Al Yankovic - DARE TO BE STUPID

Soundtrack to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"

The Simpsons - SONGS IN THE KEY OF SPRINGFIELD and GO SIMPSONIC!

 

...those are about the only CDs I own that aren't metal or hard rock... so wow, I guess I really am a narrow minded prick :blink:

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Weird Al Yankovic - DARE TO BE STUPID

Soundtrack to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"

The Simpsons - SONGS IN THE KEY OF SPRINGFIELD and GO SIMPSONIC!

 

...those are about the only CDs I own that aren't metal or hard rock... so wow, I guess I really am a narrow minded prick :blink:

 

Only by 4 c.d.s!!! :rofl2:

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (soundtrack) - "Once More With Feeling"

Cure - Wish

The Dictators - Go Girl Crazy

The Donnas - Get Skintight, Gold Medal

Duran Duran - S/T, Decade

Danny Gatton - 88 Elmira Street

Hayseed Dixie - Kiss My Grass

Brian May - Another World

Mystery Science Theater - Clowns in the Sky

The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me

Eddie Vaan Shaw Jr. - Ass Whoopin!!

Soundgarden - Superunknown

Split Enz - History Never Repeats

Steve Vai - Flex-Able

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand the Weather

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Got quite a llist here. Not so much individual releases, but there are my fave non-HH bands:

 

Cauterize

SR-71

A Change of Pace

Disciple

Yellowcard

Story of The Year

Just Surrender

Faber Drive

Hedley

Atreyu

Summerhero

Kid Courageous

Funeral For a Friend

Papa Roach

Goo Goo Dolls

Quietdrive

Saosin

Lostprophets

Eighteen Visions

Silverstein

Houston Calls

Forever the Sickest Kids

Simple Plan

Fightstar

Daughtry

Boys Like Girls

Hit the Lights

Escape the Fate

Blind

Pillar

My American Heart

Bedlight for Blue Eyes

Jimmy Eat World

Search the City

Go Audio

Kessler

Anberlin

Dean Geyer

Crash Romeo

Skillet

Halifax

Roses Are Red

Amber Pacific

All American Rejects (pre-new disc)

The Wedding - s/t

Mest

Acceptance

Paramore

Safetysuit

Throw the Fight

Seven Wiser

Bullet for my Valentine

The Used

Cute Is What We Aim For

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U2- The Joshua Tree

U2- The Unforgettable Fire

Depeche Mode- Violator

Michael Jackson- Thriller

Duran Duran- S/T

The Cars- Almost anything

Mighty Lemon Drops- Laughter

The Cure- Disintegration

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Great idea Geoff I think I'll list some of my non HH favorites:

 

SARAH McLACHLAN

RISE/AGAINST

AGNOSTIC FRONT

RAMONES

MISSING PERSONS

THE PRETENDERS

CONCRETE BLONDE

SMOKEY ROBINSON

WAYLON JENNINGS

DIANA ROSS/THE SUPREMES

SUGARLAND

JOHNNY CASH

DAVID BOWIE

THE ACCUSED

HALL & OATES

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The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Big Head Todd & The Monsters - Sister Sweetly

Blue Traveler - Four

Bottle Rockets - The Brooklyn Side

The Cars - S/T

Neil Diamond - His 12 Greatest Hits

Dire Straits - Making Movies

Nick Drake - any release

Steve Earle - Copperhead Road

Gear Daddies - Lets Go Scare Al

Johnny Horton - America Remembers

Jethro Tull - Crest Of A Knave

Live - Throwing Copper

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend

Richard Marx - any release

Masters Of Reality - S/T

Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Simon & Garfunkel - Greatest Hits

Steely Dan - A Decade Of

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