Abacab, No Reply At All and Keep It Dark
Mama, Just A Job To Do, That's All
Domino, Anything She Does and In Too Deep
A difficult choice as it's one of my favourite albums. Dreaming While You Sleep is an easy choice. Fading Lights I think is one of Tony's finest moments. My 3rd choice is No Son Of Mine but I enjoy every track on the album.
The bands weakest (in my opinion) and my least favourite album. The only two songs I like are Many Too Many which is one of my favourites and Follow You, Follow Me.
Turn It On Again is one of my all time favourites so that was an easy pick. Duchess and Misunderstanding are favourites too so an easy top 3.
Squonk and Mad Man Moon run away into the distance for me. Dance On A Volcano is a fine offering but the rest of the album I could live without.
Afterglow and One For The Vine are the standouts for me. Your Own Special Way and Eleventh Earl Of Mar would also get a nod.
I'd like to have a full Wembley show from the IT tour released. Also a full show from early on the WCD tour with Dreaming While You Sleep in the set.
My favourites are Foxtrot, Duke and We Can't Dance.
Least favourite is definitely And Then There Were Three
Personally I’ve always liked CAS. As an overall album I’d rank it higher than And Then There Were Three and Trick Of The Tail. I know this will be a controversial view but I’ve always thought ATTWT was the weakest and Trick and Wind And Wurthering have enough great tracks combined to make one great album between them.
Where The Sour Turns To Sweet
Looking For Someone
The Musical Box
Firth Of Fifth
The Chamber Of 32 Doors
Dance On A Volcano
Many Too Many
Turn It On Again
Me And Sarah Jane
Anything She Does
Dreaming While You Sleep
Foxtrot, Invisible Touch, We Can’t Dance
I’m not afraid to admit to disliking these, I know they won’t be popular choices though. There’s quite a few I don’t care much for that are held in high regard by many. Here goes.....
For Absent Friends
Watcher Of The Skies
Battle Of Epping Forest
Mad Man Moon
All of And Then There Were Three (except Follow You Follow Me and Many Too Many)
Man Of Our Times