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403 Joe Ely - Honky Tonk Masquerade

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"There hasn't been anything like this since Gram Parsons was around to make Grievous Angel, or do I mean Gilded Palace of Sin?" - Robert Christgau In The year 1978, Joe Ely opened for The Clash in London and released his second studio album. It has been hailed as a must listen country record of the 1970s and who are we to argue? Let's talk Joe Ely, Honky Tonk Masquerade!

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    415 Van Halen - Van Halen


    In February of 1978 Van Halen released their debut album. Taking there live set directly into the studio and over the course of two week, the band recorded everything thing they knew how to play. The results? Well, they speak for themselves. Lets talk Van Halen, Van Halen!
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    414 Buzzcocks - Another Music in a Different Kitchen


    In March of 1978 The Buzzcocks release their first studio album. It features neither the single Orgasm Addict nor What Do I Get on account of the misguided British punk ethos "if a person buys the single and the record and the single is on there, they will feel like they've been ripped off". That's great for 1978, not so much for crate digging in the 21st century. Those physical media quibbles aside, it is a master class in popcraft. Let's talk The Buzzcocks, Another Music in a Different Kitchen!
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    413 Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings and Food


    In July of 1978, Talking Heads released their second studio album. With this outing (and subsequent two other recordings) being helmed by Brian Eno, the band's sound truly begins to come into it's own. Lets talk Talking Heads, More Songs About Building and Food!
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    412 Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous


    In the Summer of 1978, known Dino's denizens and boys returning home, Thin Lizzy, released their Live double album. Compiled from various live recordings the world over and with the occasional studio overdub done by Tony Visconti, the resulting seventy six minutes and twenty six seconds of rock music has been rightfully hailed as one of the greatest live albums of all time. Let's talk Thin Lizzy, Live and Dangerous!
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    411 Throbbing Gristle - D.o.A: Third and Final Report


    In December of 1978, Throbbing Gristle released their second studio album. Is it an easy listen? Absolutely not. Is it important? Absolutely yes. Lets talk Throbbing Gristle, D.o.A: Third and Final Report!
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    410 Funkadelic - One Nation Under a Groove


    In September of 1978 Funkadelic released their 10th studio album. It was their most successful release, reaching number 1 on the Billboard Magazine's R&B charts and number 16 on the Billboard 200. Lauded by critics, considered by many one of the best albums of all time, but it is as fun as Mothership Connection? Let's talk Funkadelic, One Nation Under a Grove!
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    409 Bruce Springsteen - Darkness on the Edge of Town


    Hero to the working man and godfather of heartland rock, Bruce Springsteen, released his 4th studio album in the Summer of 1978. Gone are the good times of Born To Run, replaced instead by ruminations of crushed dreams and dashed hopes. Truly, this is the tale of New Jersey. Let's talk Bruce Springsteen, Darkness on the Edge of Town!
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    408 Magazine - Real Life


    In the Summer of 1978, Magazine released their debut album. Shrugging of the constricts and posturing of punk, the band opted to push that raw energy into a more melodic form. The results? A fantastic recording with pop sensibilities and true lyrical depth. Let's talk Magazine, Real Life!
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    407 Public Image Limited - Public Image Limited


    In December of 1978, Public Image Limited released their 1st studio recording. The record is a mess. Brimming with the lyrical stylings of a young man desperate to show he’s got serious things to say, but delivered with the obnoxious air of one who just couldn’t be bothered. It is a juvenile master class in self-importance, masquerading as a grand statement. These are not songs. This is not an album. But goodness gracious, that guitar tone and bass work is setting a pretty table for the future of rock music. Let’s talk PiL, First Issue!
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    406 The Residents - Duck Stab/Buster and Glen


    In November of 1978, The Resident's released their 5th studio album on Ralph Records It was their most commercial sound recording to date and that is really saying something. Lets talk The Residents, Duck Stab/Buster and Glen!

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