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The entire Foos videography from 1995 to 2014

Gemma Whittingham Kirsten Thornton our favourite video! 😂
Tom McMahon Callum McMahon Aidan Luck Dan Foley Christopher Sewell Dale Hawley
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Which overlooked gem deserves more attention?

Daniel Studd Metallica - Load. Not a metal album as such, but still a really good Metallica album. Cutting their hair perhaps played a factor in people not liking it when it first came out.
Leo Phillips Queen 2 ..absolutely fabulous ..they got bigger but in my eyes this is their best by far its got everything ..
Annette Reynolds Pink Floyd - Animals. Not many people rate this as a Floyd album, but for me, it's my favourite. That solo in Dogs gets me every time.
Bob Reidy Darkness on the Edge of Town by Bruce Springsteen is one. Hard Promises by Tom Petty. Back in the High Life by Steve Winwood. Cream Disraeli Gears. All Things Must Pass by George Harrison. I could mention several others.
Jez Sullivan Puressence: Puressence. An incredible band. Atmospheric songs conveyed by a bloke who sings with this feminine beautiful voice like a torch singer but looks like a brickie. Amazing band.
Ash Munk Wish you were here - pink floyd. Although it’s highly rated, it’s much better than dark side of the moon and is overshadowed by it
Mike Banks Heathen - David Bowie A lot of his later albums aren't as appreciated as his early years but this is one of his best and; Shake Your Money Maker - The Black Crows An awesome debut blues rock which doesn't get much air time.
Dimitris Panagiotopoulos Killing Joke - Brighter Than A Thousand Suns (original mix). I literally destroyed this one from playing when I had it on vinyl! Now, one of my desert-island albums. Fantastic atmosphere, great balance between Killing Joke ferocity and pop lyricism. And the lyrics are from another world. Ah, well done, guys! 👍
Brian Terry Really depends what is considered underrated, but for me has to be The Clash "Give 'Em Enough Rope", universally panned by the critics, loved by most Clash fans...
Sam Alexander Tin Cans With Strings To You by Far. Really well written post-hardcore record from the mid 90s, the only good album by that band unfortunately.
Ryan Williams Black Sabbath's Dehumanizer. And Judas Priest's Defenders of the Faith never quite gets the recognition it deserves.
Nigel Ward Has to be 'Out of the silent Planet by Kings X, they should have been massive. It's an album full of great songs.
Andy Pearce Cire - Wholesale Buyout. Anti-Corporate prog rock, one of my favourite albums but no-one I've asked has ever heard of it
Nick Manning On the Turn - Kerbdog Wasn't promoted much due to label shenanigans and a delayed release IIRC
Johnny Good Irish Tour '74 - Rory Gallagher.
Sean Nugent All Wildhearts albums, including all of Ginger's projects, and all related offshoots
Mike Whiteside Anything by Pitchshifter.
Richard Ayala MOTORHEAD-another perfect day album! Far from ace of spades!
Bill Greenwood From the 70s Never never land -The Pink Fairies. Totally raw rock. Uriah Heap -Very eavy Very unble, Warhorse- Warhorse. Family-Anywhere. Hawkwind - Hawkwind. They don’t make them like that anymore.
Alan Doughty Spineshank - The Height of Callousness.
Jay D Chettle Core stone Temple pilots absolute monster
Panagiotis Papageorgiou Metallica - ...And Justice Queen - II Dream Theater - Falling Into Infinity (happy birthday)
Janice Gibbons UFO "The Wild the Willing and the Innocent "
Ian Markham A masterpiece IMHO......
Ben Jones Rival Schools - United by Fate. Absolute genius but very few know it.
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How a Durham dump provided the backdrop to The Who's album sleeve

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Paying tribute to the Smashing Pumpkins' most under-rated album

Melanie Jane Loved this album.. underrated by who??
Kirk Macrae Same here its an awesome album !!
Gareth Pritchard A beautiful and unique album.
Stephen Jones In my top 10 of all time
Stanley Nelson crazy amazing
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Former Ramones bassist CJ Ramone picks his 10 favourite songs by Da Brudders

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Your alphabetical guide to Metallica

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Why Face To Face was a landmark not just in The Kinks' back catalogue but in rock'n'roll history