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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Peter Frampton Comes Alive! in St. Louis: Five Other Albums That Should Be Taken On Tour

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2. Creed--Human Clay Availability: You know what? I'm not even going to check Skip: The moment you said to yourself, "Yeah, I'll buy Human Clay."

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." - George Santayana, years after buying Human Clay, when his buddy asked him if he liked those super-earnest Nickelback guys.

1. The Beatles--Beatles for Sale Availability: Probably not great. Skip: Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!

There are a lot of reasons it's sad that John Lennon and George Harrison (and the original Paul McCartney) (and, confusingly enough, the first fake Paul McCartney, who was responsible for "Say Say Say" but not "The Girl is Mine") are dead, but the saddest might be this: That the Beatles, who would by now be forsaking billions of dollars to avoid a reunion, aren't around to troll the music industry.

Imagine it: A huge press conference, weeks of rumors, and an announcement that the Beatles are coming back to tour--but they refuse to play anything but both sides of Beatles for Sale. Creed is the opening act, performing Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in its entirety.

Related: We Allege Peter Frampton Overdubbed; He Alleges We're Talking Out Of Our Asses.

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