(My Very Own) The 200 Greatest Australian Albums Of All Time: The List

Here come a bit of monster of a blog post today for the end of this week, halfway through the weekend, for anyone out there, who wants to have a look at it? It’s very top 200 Aussie albums in my opinion so that’s in other words my very own most favorites, maybe no one in Australia or even on planet Earth would agree with me? You might say “SNAP” for some, maybe even very little and then you’re very likely going to say “never even heard of it” for some tooo?

OK, the idea is total nicked from Aussie version of the Rolling Stone magazine, who’s soon to print in old fashion bloody rag form their own top 200 Australian albums of all-time, I think it’s being published and shops like your old fashion newsagent etc. sometime this week. I know I’m sometime being ridiculous in this list, you don’t have to tell me? It’s very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, long so if anyone gets through it before giving up it will be a small miracle! After seeing online somewhere the Aussie RS mag was going to published this, I totally love the idea and wonder why I haven’t done it myself yet? Trying to get my post done before seeing theirs so that’s kind-of vaguely explaining the total bonkers idea of today’s blogging! I think, I did say last month I was trying to get it done but finally finish right now just before seeing, maybe even buy a copy of their rag?

Worth to note: the closest thing I can think before this kind-of would be these a few things around ten years ago: the first would be The Age newspaper published in 2008 The 50 best Australian Albums of All Time, write-up can be found linked here. Next was with The 100 Best Australian Albums book compiled by three music journalists Toby Creswell, Craig Mathieson and John O’Donnell, first published in 2010 but then re-printed in 2017 adding ten more albums so charging book title to The 110 Best Australian Albums, it did have a big five CD various artists comp tie-in at the time but here’s Wikipedia page link with full list and link to book itself, if you wanna buy/read the full thing? National broadcaster triple J replied to it with a whole Hottest 100 just for Aussie albums in 2011 with two polls. The main one was off course, where all the fans/radio listeners/anyone was voting. The radio station did also before that one asked songwriters, journalists, triple J’s DJs, record company types and more musos themselves which in my little opinion was a little better or interesting. Here’s links first to the “Industry List” which the page isn’t really working very well when I looked at it on my laptop plus also does some very wicked cool top ten from some of the musicians themselves. Just so you can look at it and NOT be a fucked-up mess, linking the Wikipedia page link for the main poll/list of triple J’s Hottest 100 Australian Albums of All Time because like I say triple j’s webpage NOT working so hot. Maybe, I should re-post the “Industry List” just so you can see it? So Aussie RS have double the number of albums for this which I really like this idea because I do really love long lists, you might have notices this on my blog before?

I didn’t know how they’re going to do it, guessing most likely number them from top to bottom like number 1 to number 200 and today, somewhere on their website, they’re livestream them, on the Aussie RS website which is linked here but haven’t a clue what time it starts or if you can just listen anytime or say re-play it? Anyway how I’ve done it is alphabetically because I don’t really like saying this a little/lot better than that over and over and over plus for myself albums go up and down or in and out of my liking/loving albums over time. After alphabetically, it’s by the year of release so oldest to newest. Also by picking the ultimate, the greatest, the best, the top is saying all this is better than everything else anyway or really at least it’s my own all-time favorites and I think, do return to these albums below the most over the years, if anyone/everyone out there wants to know?

For me anything really can be counted and included in my tiny/huge list because that’s how you, me and everyone listens and I guess consumes music, right? So I’ve got live albums, soundtracks, various artists, boxsets, compilations, reissues and cover or tribute albums all below. Saying no to all or any of those categories seem a bit or a lot silly, OK? But mainly they’re studio albums by one artist as whole work of art but some of those categories are included here. I guess, my point is I didn’t make up any that crazy silly rules this time around, just what are the very best Aussie albums of any and all kinds that I listened tooo over the years, what would you say is the most listened to Aussie albums?

My own taste really can’t be discounted and that’s very biased for indie, punk, post-punk, alt. 90’s music and less so for the pop mainstream or biggest selling artists etc. who do lose out a bit here on my little list but I’m guessing Aussie RS rag with make-up for it? Some peeps have told me over the years this or that is or are totally bad albums, even at times something’s are unlistenable. Like an ex-gf who we moved into together banned some of these albums below to be play while she was at home, I could only play them while she was out, you know? So I’ll say, take all this with a grain of salt because some of these albums below are NOT for everyone out there but hopefully you might be a bit more opened minded? Pointing out, I don’t have to agree with everyone else sitting around the Rolling Stones mag offices or someplace else? Basically it’s my list of shit I love soooooooooooooooooooo much and who the fuck care what everyone else thinks! Then again can I say? I’ve done a NOT bad or pretty good job for some of the biggest names down under but in most cases you might notices I’ve picked big names but less well-known albums but in truth it’s the one I like/love and really do think it’s a better albums because my tiny list is NOT wants sold the most copies or most something? But should say some huge names/albums are totally missing even with 200 spots to fill some artists/albums have totally missed out but once again it’s the most important to me and mainly me only, sharing with my dear blog reader! You’ll most likely you’ll say where is this or that? You’ll find them on those other lists/polls but I’ve got ones you’ll never ever find/see on any other lists/polls!

Maybe I think, I might go into a little more details next month sometime like posts about each of the albums or more likely a few albums in one post or something like that but for the moment I’ll just sharing the huge list all 200 albums in a very long list form. Today’s post has nothing else to back it up or zero links and/or embedded playlists or anything, sorry I didn’t have time if I wanted to posted it before that mag is in the shops. Anyway if you really what to hear whatever below, you’re going to have to google them yourself, sorry! That’s the very long winded intro over done but I’m looking forward seeing/reading the Aussie RS mag/list which is coming out this week but here’s my own attempt at it today, sharing with anyone out there who wants to check it out? I hope you enjoy it?

My Very Own The Greatest 200 Australian Albums Of All Time is as follows listed as the album title by the artist, (in brackets is the year, kind-of album, record label or at least the very first one releasing it):

A is for…

The Axeman’s Jazz by Beasts of Bourbon (1984, studio album, Big Time)

At Home With You by X (1985, studio album, Phantom Records)

The A To Z Recordings by Paul Kelly (2010, live recordings/boxset, Gawd Aggie)

Self-Titled by Adalita (2011, studio album, Liberation Music)

All In The Same Room by Fia Fiell (2018, studio album, Nice Music)

B is for…

Big Name, No Blankets by Warumpi Band (1985, studio album, Powderworks)

Born Sandy Devotional by The Triffids (1986, studio album, White Hot)

Bonk by Big Pig (1987, studio album, White Label Records)

Battlesick by The Mark Of Cain (1989, studio album, Dominator Records)

Black Milk by Beast Of Bourbon (1990, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Blokes You Can Trust by Cosmic Psychos (1991, studio album, Survival Records)

Burn Out Your Name by Screamfeeder ‎(1993, studio album, Survival Records)

The Boys by The Necks (1998, soundtrack/studio album, Wild Sound)

Body Language by Kylie Minogue (2003, studio album, Festival Mushroom Records)

Self-Titled by Bird Blobs (2004, studio album, Unstable Ape Records)

Burning Boy by Joe McKee (2012, studio album, Dot Dash)

Bite Your Head Off by King Parrot (2012, studio album, Impedance Records)

Bless This Mess by Lisa Mitchell (2012, studio album, Warner Music Australia)

Blue Planet Eyes by The Preatures (2014, studio album, Mercury)

Bully by High Tension (2015, studio album, Double Cross Records/Cooking Vinyl)

C is for…

Charcoal Lane by Archie Roach (1992, studio album, Aurora/Mushroom)

Children Of Telepathic Experiences by Gerling (1998, studio album, Reliant Records)

Close Ups by Stephen Cummings (2004, studio album, Liberation Blue)

Coal by Devastations (2006, studio album, In-Fidelity)

Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs of Kev Carmody by Various Artists & Kev Carmody (2007, updated 2020, compilation, EMI)

Cellulite Soul by Witch Hats (2008, studio album, In-Fidelity)

Crossing Off The Miles by Chad’s Tree (2010, compilation recordings from 1983 to 1989, Memorandum)

Church With No Magic by PVT (2010, studio album, Warp Records)

The Cat by Ben Salter (2011, studio album, Ben Salter self-released)

Calendar Days by Dick Diver (2013, studio album, Chapter Music)

D is for…

Daddy Who? by Daddy Cool (1971, studio album, Sparmac Productions)

Door Door by The Boys Next Door (1979, studio album, Mushroom)

Desperate by Divinyls (1983, studio album, Chrysalis)

Self-Titled by Dead Can Dance (1984, studio album, 4AD)

Dream It Down by Underground Lovers (1994, studio album, Polydor)

Driving You Insane by The Missing Links (1999, compilation of self-titled album of 1965 and 60’s recordings, Half A Cow Records)

Damnation by The Nation Blue (2005, studio album, Casadeldisco Records)

Dead Wood Falls by Jen Cloher & The Endless Sea (2006, studio album, Shiny)

Drowning In The Fountain Of Youth by Dan Kelly & The Alpha Males (2006, studio album, In-Fidelity)

Drunk On A Train by The Painkillers (2006, studio album, Blazing Strumpet)

Devils Elbow by The Mess Hall (2007, studio album, Cayman Island Mafia Records)

Deleted Scenes by Standish/Carlyon (2011, studio album, Chapter Music)

E is for…

Everyday Lies by Hoss (1995, studio album, Dog Meat)

Echolalia by Something For Kate (2001, studio album, Murmur)

Ex Tropical by Lost Animal (2011, studio album, Sensory Projects)

Embracism by Kirin J Callinan (2013, studio album, Siberia Records)

F is for…

5 Languages (Self-Titled) by The Celibate Rifles (1984, studio album, Hot Records)

Free Dirt by Died Pretty (1986, studio album, Citadel)

Future Spa by The Fauves (1996, studio album, Polydor)

Far Be It For Me by Tex Perkins (1996, studio album, Polydor)

Freak Show by Silverchair (1997, studio album, Murmur)

Flight Paths by The Paradise Motel (1998, studio album, Infectious Records)

The First Dance by Bridezilla (2009, studio album, Inertia Recordings)

From Broadway To Blazes by Mankins (2017, compilation recordings from 1978 to 1980, Manufactured Recordings)

Forced Witness by Alex Cameron (2017, studio album, Secretly Canadian)

G is for…

Gossip by Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girl (1986, double studio album, Mushroom)

Great Truckin’ Songs Of The Renaissance by TISM (1988, double studio album, Elvis Records)

Greasy Lens by Joel Silbersher (2000, studio album, King Crab Records)

Gala Mill by The Drones (2006, studio album, ATP Recordings)

Gurrumul by Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu (2008, studio album, Skinnyfish Music)

Get Out While You Can by Dan Sultan (2009, studio album, Dan Sultan self-released)

Self-Titled by GOD (2010, compilation recordings from 1987 to 1989, Afterburn Records)

Games Of The XXI Olympic by Black Cab (2014, studio album, Interstate 40 Music)

H is for…

High Voltage by AC/DC (1975, studio album, Albert Productions)

Self-Titled by Hunters & Collectors (1982, studio album, White Label Records)

Highlights Of A Dangerous Life by The Johnnys (1986, studio album, Mushroom)

Henry’s Dream by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (1992, studio album, Mute)

Honey Steel’s Gold by Ed Kuepper (1992, studio album, Hot Records)

Hey Believer by Kim Salmon (1994, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Horse Stories by Dirty Three (1996, studio album, Anchor & Hope)

Hourly Daily by You Am I (1996, studio album, Ra Records)

The Human Jukebox 1984-1986 by Scientists (2002, compilation of mid-80’s recordings, Citadel)

How Can You Forget This Heart Of Mine? by The Darling Downs (2005, studio album, The Darling Downs self-released)

The Horse, The Rat And The Swan by Snowman (2008, studio album, Dot Dash)

Heavy Profession by St Helens (2009, studio album, Dot Dash)

Self-Titled by Harmony (2011, studio album, Solar/Sonar)

Hurtsville by Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders (2011, studio album, Spunk Records)

Henge Beat by Total Control (2011, studio album, Fuse Group)

Homo by The UV Race (2011, studio album, Aarght! Records)

High by Royal Headache (2015, studio album, What’s Your Rupture?)

I is for…

(I’m) Stranded by The Saints (1977, studio album, EMI)

Self-Titled by INXS (1980, studio album, Deluxe Records)

In The Pines by The Triffids (1986, studio album, White Hot)

Intoxicated Man by Mick Harvey (1995, studio album, Mute)

Idiot Box by Various Artists (1997, soundtrack/studio album, rooArt)

Internationalist by Powderfinger (1998, studio album, Polydor)

Inner City Sound: Australian Punk & Post-Punk 1976-85 by Various Artists (2005, compilation, Laughing Outlaw Records)

I See Seaweed by The Drones (2013, studio album, The Drones self-released)

It’s You by Gold Class (2015, studio album, Felte)

In Time by Time For Dreams (2017, studio album, it Records)

I’m Terry by Terry (2018, studio album, Upset! The Rhythm)

Infest The Rats’ Nest by by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (2019, studio album, Flightless)

J is for…

Self-Titled by James Reyne (1987, studio album, Capitol Records)

Jean Lee And The Yellow Dog by Ed Kuepper (2007, studio album, Hot Records)

Junk by The Gin Club (2008, double studio album, Plus One Records)

Jungle Blues by C.W. Stoneking (2008, studio album, King Hokum Records)

Joy by The Peep Tempel (2016, studio album, Wing Sing)

The Job by Use No Hooks (2020, compilation recordings from 1979 to 1983, Chapter Music)

K is for…

Kiss My Apocalypse by Abbe May (2013, studio album, Abbe May self-released)

L is for…

The Loner by Vic Simms (1973, live album, RCA Australia)

Law of Nature by Laughing Clowns (1984, studio album, Hot Records)

Lowercase by Bluetile Lounge (1995, studio album, Summershine)

Listen To The Night by Matt Walker & Ashley Davies (1997, studio album, W. Minc)

Looks Like A Russian by Sodastream (2000, studio album, Trifekta)

Little Joy by My Disco (2010, studio album, Temporary Residence Limited)

Lonerism by Tame Impala (2012, studio album, Modular Recordings)

Self-Titled by Little Ugly Girls (2018, studio album, Chapter Music)

A Laughing Death In Meatspace by Tropical Fuck Storm (2018, studio album, Mistletone)

M is for…

Magic Box by The Loved Ones (1967, studio album, W&G)

Mutiny / The Bad Seed by The Birthday Party (1983, studio album/compilation, 4AD)

Meet My Friend Venom by Venom P. Stinger (1986, studio album, No Masters Voice)

Messenger by Jimmy Little (1999, studio album, Festival Records)

Moo, You Bloody Choir by Augie March (2006, studio album, Ra Records)

Marry Me Tonight by HTRK (2009, studio album, Blast First Petite)

Man, You Should Explode by The Kill Devil Hills (2009, studio album, Torn & Frayed)

Mess by Liars (2014, studio album, Mute)

Modern Convenience by Mod Con (2017, studio album, Poison City Records)

Self-Titled by Moon Rituals (2018, studio album, Solar/Sonar)

N is for…

No More Shall We Part by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (2001, stiudo album, Mute)

Namoi Mud by L.J. Hill (2004, studio album, Laughing Outlaw Records)

O is for…

On Night by Holly Throsby (2004, studio album, Spunk Records)

Oceans Apart by The Go-Betweens (2005, studio album, EMI)

Ode To Nothing by The Lighthouse Keepers (2010, compilation recordings from 1983 to 1986, Feel Presents)

O God, Come Quick by Rabbit Island (2011, studio album, Badminton Bandit)

OZ by Missy Higgins (2014, studio album, Eleven: A Music Company)

P is for…

Self-Titled by Primitive Calculators (1982, live album recorded in 1979, expanded reissue in 2004, Primitive Calculators self-released)

Palimpsest by Essendon Airport (1980, studio album, Innocent)

Pilgrim’s Progress by Harem Scarem (1986, studio album, Au Go Go)

Paddock Of Love by Lubricated Goat (1988, studio album, Black Eye Records)

Paradise Discotheque by Crime & The City Solution (1990, studio album, Mute)

Penny Century by Clouds (1991, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Psychohum by The Falling Joys (1992, studio album, Volition Records)

Pissed On Another Planet by The Scientists (2004, compilation recordings from 1978 to 1980)

Personality: One Was A Spider, One Was A Bird by The Sleepy Jackson (2005, studio album, Capitol Records)

Paradise by My Disco (2007, studio album, Numerical Thief)

Primary Colours by Eddy Current Suppression Ring (2008, studio album, Aarght! Records)

Pop Crimes by Rowland S. Howard (2009, studio album, Liberation Music)

Para Vista Social Club by Scott & Charlene’s Wedding (2010, studio album, Untapped Resources)

Push The Sky Away by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (2013, studio album, Bad Seed Ltd.)

Q is for…

Quasimodo’s Dream by The Reels (1981, studio album, Mercury)

R is for…

Reckless by The Sports (1978, studio album, Mushroom)

Ron Pistos Real World by Fungus Brains (1983, studio album, Max Cass)

Rumor Of Death by Spencer P. Jones (1994, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Regret Is An Inevitable Consequence Of Life by Ricaine (1996, Rubber Records)

Rules by Civil Civic (2011, studio album, Gross Domestic Product)

Rest In Piss by Batpiss (2017, studio album, Poison City Records)

S is for…

Spicks And Specks by Bee Gees (1966, studio album, Spin)

Since The Accident by Severed Heads (1983, studio album, Terse Tapes)

Stoneage Romeos by Hoodoo Gurus (1984, studio album, Big Time)

Starfish by The Church (1988, studio album, Mushroom)

Sex by The Necks (1989, studio album, Spiral Scratch)

Smashed On A Knee by Powder Monkeys (1993, studio album, Dog Meat)

Sin Factory by Kim Salmon & The Surrealists (1993, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Sad But True by Tex, Don & Charlie (1993, studio album, Red Eye Records)

The Soft ‘N’ Sexy Sound by Dave Graney ‘N’ The Coral Snakes (1995, studio album, Mercury)

Spin The Bottle by The Blackeyed Susans (1997, studio album, Hi-Gloss Records)

Slightly Odway by Jebediah (1997, studio album, Murmur)

Still Life by The Paradise Motel (1997, studio album, Infectious Records)

Soon Will Be Tomorrow by Suzie Higgie & Conway Savage (1998, studio album, Anchor & Hope)

Sand On Seven by Not From There (1998, studio album, Infectious Records)

Soaking Red by Tendrils (1998, studio album, Half A Cow Records)

Space Coyote by The Tigers (1999, studio album, The Tigers self-released)

Sunset Studies by Augie March (2000, studio album, Ra Records)

The Shiralee by theredsunband (2000, studio album, Enchanted Recordings)

Since I Left You by The Avalanches (2001, studio album, Modular Recordings)

Sound Of Trees Falling On People by Seekae (2009, studio album, Knitting Club Records)

Strange Tourist by Gareth Liddiard (2010, studio album, Gareth Liddiard self-released)

Sleeping Dogs Lie by The Victims (2011, compilation recordings of 1977 to 1979, 1977 Records)

Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit by Courtney Barnett (2015, studio album, Milk! Records)

Second Of Spring by Beaches (2017, double studio album, Chapter Music)

T is for…

10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 by Midnight Oil (1982, studio album, CBS)

Tallulah by The Go-Betweens (1987, studio album, Beggars Banquet)

Temple Of Low Men by Crowded House (1988, studio album, Capitol Records)

This Is Not The Way Home by The Cruel Sea (1991, studio album, Red Eye Records)

Tribal Voice by Yothu Yindi (1991, studio album, Mushroom)

Self-Titled by Tumbleweed (1992, studio album, Waterfront Records)

10% Weird by The Meanies (1995, studio album, Au Go Go)

Tu-Plang by Regurgitator (1996, studio album, EastWest)

Tren Phantasma by Mick Turner (1997, studio album, Anchor & Hope)

Teenage Snuff Film by Rowland S. Howard (1999, studio album, Reliant Records)

Tales From The Australian Underground: Singles 1976-1989 by Various Artists (2003, compilation, Feel Presents)

Tales From The Australian Underground Volume 2: 1977-1990 by Various Artists (2006, compilation, Feel Presents)

12 Bar Bruise by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (2012, studio album, Flightless)

U is for…

The Unfinished Spanish Galleon Of Finley Lake by Spiderbait (1995, studio album, Polydor)

V is for…

Venus In Leo by HTRK (2019, studio album, Mistletone)

W is for…

The Wrong Side Of The Tracks by No Fixed Address & Us Mob (1981, soundtrack/compilation, Black Australia Records)

We’re All Gunna Die by Don Walker (1995, studio album, Salt)

Where Joy Kills Sorrow by Various Artists (1996, studio album/compilation, W. Minc)

We Have The Technology by Custard (1997, studio album, Ra Records)

Whatever You Love, You Are by Dirty Three (2000, studio album, Anchor & Hope)

What Are Rock Stars Doing Today by Magic Dirt (2000, studio album, EastWest)

Wait Long By The River And The Bodies Of Your Enemies Will Float By by The Drones (2005, studio album, In-Fidelity)

What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have by Sarah Blasko (2006, studio album, Dew Process)

Where Was I Then by James McCann (2006, studio album, Torn & Frayed)

Work (Work, Work) by HTRK (2011, studio album, Mistletone)

Won’t Give Up by Charlie Marshall & The Body Electric (2016, compilation recordings from 1992 to 1996, Red Ted Entertainment)

X is for…

X-Aspirations by X (1980, studio album, X Records)

Y is for…

Your Funeral… My Trial by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (1986, studio album, Mute)

Yummy! by Hard-Ons (1990, studio album, Waterfront Records)

Young And Full Of The Devil by Magic Dirt (1998, studio album, Au Go Go)

Z doesn’t have any albums.

What do you think? Pure madness on Sunday morning! Anyone else going to make your own list of The Greatest 200 Australian Albums Of All Time List toooooo? Or maybe, just have looked and read the Rolling Stones’ mag when it comes out? Are you a blogger who’s already done something like this? Doesn’t have to be 200 long, any kind-of list of any number? Please do let me know! BTW I don’t know if anyone remembers it but earlier this year I did blogged (My Own) 100 Greatest Australian Artists of All-time which I did number and does have links for all acts, linking that post here if you wanna check it out again or you missed it then or something? I think, I will maybe break it down into smaller parts or something? Starting next month sometime, something to do over the Aussie summer silly season, well could do? Would anyone out there in the internet land wants more details about each those albums above? Or should I just shut the fuck up and piss offf!

The front cover of Aussie RS rag looks like this, it’s an illustration by Dylan Mooney, my blog isn’t presented by sonos tooooo!

Cheers! 🙂

13 Comments

  1. Wow, William, very impressive! As you predicted, I’m not familiar with a lot of the albums or artists on your list, but am glad you included Tame Impala’s “Lonerism”. I think “Currents” is also a great album though, and were I to compile my list of favorite Aussie albums (which would be sadly lacking so I’m not going to do it), “Currents would be high up there.

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    1. very cool dude, you just picked album number 12 with currents! i listened to the livestream yesterday but was only their top 100 so wasn’t the full 200, maybe you gotta buy the rag or was just toooo bloody long? Cheers mate 🙂

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    1. Oh well, should really have included links or something but ran out of time because I wanted to say my 2 cents before seeing/looking at the RS list, I don’t know why that matter? That’s going to make your post really, really, really long, you know? If it’s too much, that’s cool but thanks for saying so!
      Cheers mate and hope you are well tooooo 🙂

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    2. OK, I’ve just fixed even more typos etc. so if you really wanna add it to your wicked 10 Interesting Things list posts can please cut and paste now or again, I’m guessing that’s how you going do it? Very glad you dig it so much you wanna added it to your cool post! I guess, you’re doing just the album list bit and NOT the very winded boring intro bit? That really did need cutting down! Was very exciting when you posted my things before but it’s still going to make your post very long but I guess, you already know that or if you really do change your mind that’s fine tooo!
      Cheers yet again 🙂

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      1. I don’t mind honestly….it’s good to mix it up a bit and have a super long list with these albums in it 😽💚 I didn’t even notice the typos to be honest! I am so glad you found it exciting to be included into my website I will definitely do it more often then 😻💜

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    1. Hey Rebecca, oh yeah, I did think you might like that one being included! It’s my very most fave Kylie album of all-time, maybe should have included more by her? Guessing you would included all of Kylie’s albums if you did something like this! Sorry about the very, very late reply, I’ve been away/offline etc. Cheers mate 🙂

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