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The Color & The Shape. This album was one of those that was a soundtrack for a period of my life. Everlong, in particular, will always be a tune to evoke memories when I hear it.

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Wow, what a row the obvious one is. I actually thought I was finally going to have to pass on a pick, but there's four fine options there. 

Great album by Ten, one of my favourites from Harem Scarem and if it had any sort of production whatsoever, the Loud & Clear album would be my pick - outstanding album. But all things considered, no way I could go past Pretty Maids. Favourite song is a tie between the equally flawless 'Never too late' and 'Love and a fiction.' 'Die with your dreams' about a millimetre behind them. 

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1 hour ago, auslander said:

The Color & The Shape. This album was one of those that was a soundtrack for a period of my life. Everlong, in particular, will always be a tune to evoke memories when I hear it.

agree, great album. played it a bunch 

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Love Discconnected, but this first one was average for me, maybe because i heard it 20+ years after it's release

Only option from this bunch is Harem Scarem fo rme, and it is one of their average releases.

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19 hours ago, auslander said:

The Color & The Shape. This album was one of those that was a soundtrack for a period of my life. Everlong, in particular, will always be a tune to evoke memories when I hear it.

I had to google TC&TS as I had no idea which release it was....lol

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