Greatest 'one-two' on debut album?

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  1. Bernie

    Bernie Tele-Afflicted

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    Montrose's first album
    1) Rock the Nation
    2) Bad Motor Scooter
    they didn't slow down after the first two --- 3) Space Station #5

    Queen
    1) Keep Yourself Alive
    2) Doing All Right

    The Pretenders
    1) Precious
    2) The Phone Call

    Ozzy (solo)
    1) I Don't Know
    2) Crazy Train
     
  2. flyswatter

    flyswatter Friend of Leo's

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    Black Crowes - Shake Your Moneymaker:

    1) Twice as Hard
    2) Jealous Again

    Allman Brothers debut

    1) Don't Want You No More, straight into...
    2) It's Not My Cross to Bear

    Pink Floyd - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn

    1) Astronomy Domine
    2) Lucifer Sam
     
  3. King Creole

    King Creole Friend of Leo's

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    Bo Diddley, first album, "Bo Diddley," first song, "Bo Diddley," second song, "I'm a Man." That's how you announce your arrival.
     
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    Silverchair - Frogstomp

    Israel's Son


    Tomorrow
     
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    J Geils Band - 1970


    Classic debut from 1970.
    Still rocking with the J Geils Band.​



     
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    The Fabulous Thunderbirds

    Girls Go Wild - 1979​



     
  7. 24 track

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    Heart dream boat annie- , Crazy on you, and - Magic man
    Hawkwind -In search of space -masters of the universe -we took the wrong step years ago
    Jimi Hendrix- are you expirienced-the whole album
    Led Zeplin -one -the whole album
    Jethro Tull -this was - the whole album
    Moody blues (with out Denny Laine) Days of the future past -whole album
    ELP -lucky man -take a pebble
    Alman bros, Live from the filmore - Whipping post -in memory of Elizabeth Reid
    (plus a lot more of that album) I dont know if that was their first.
    King Crimson -Court of the crimson King -whole album
     
  8. raito

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    Here's a few off the top of my head:
    Dio, from Holy Diver:
    Stand Up And Shout

    Holy Diver:

    A Flock of Seagulls:
    Modern Love Is Automatic

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    Kim Wilde, from Kim Wilde:
    Water On Glass

    Our Town

    Wendy Carlos, from Switched-On Bach (couldn't find the originals on the tube):
    Sinfonia to Cantata No. 29
    Air on a G String
    The Madeira, from Sandstorm!:
    Sun & Sand (none on the tube)
    Sandstorm!

    Frankie & The Pool Boys, from Frankie and the Pool Boys:
    Amber Waves, Ewa On The Beach (live video)
     
  9. guitarguy97

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    Hot Fuss - The Killers
    1) Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
    2) Mr. Brightside
    this was literally the first album I thought of when I saw the topic

    Little Voice - Sara Bareilles
    1) Love Song
    2) Vegas
    I could go on for days about why I love this album so much

    Taller Children - Elizabeth & The Catapult
    1) Momma's Boy
    2) Taller Children

    The Lumineers - The Lumineers
    1) Flowers in Your Hair
    2) Classy Girls

    Pablo Honey - Radiohead
    1) You
    2) Creep

    Songs About Jane - Maroon 5
    1) Harder to Breathe
    2) This Love

    Come Away With Me - Norah Jones
    1) Don't Know Why
    2) Seven Years

    I just realized that I would consider most of these songs to be some of my favorite songs
     
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