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What Is The Best Jefferson Starship Album of All Time?

Dragon Fly (1974)
0 (0%)
Red Octopus (1975)
0 (0%)
Spitfire (1976)
0 (0%)
Earth (1978)
0 (0%)
Freedom at Point Zero (1979)
0 (0%)
Modern Times (1981)
2 (100%)
Winds of Change (1982)
0 (0%)
Nuclear Furniture (1984)
0 (0%)
Knee Deep in the Hoopla (As Starship - 1985)
0 (0%)
No Protection (As Starship - 1987)
0 (0%)
Love Among the Cannibals (As Starship - 1989)
0 (0%)
Windows of Heaven (1998)
0 (0%)
Jefferson's Tree of Liberty (2008)
0 (0%)

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Re: Jefferson Starship - Discography
« on: July 09, 2012, 01:29:02 pm »

That album cover is killer isn't it. I remember the original had some depth to it. You could feel the ridges around the women.

You're talking about the emboss fx right? This is one of the reasons why CD packaging SUCKS! They don't stuff like this anymore. Sure they can add holograms and things like that. But at the end of the day, it's still not an LP, something that you can actually hang on your wall. And this album definitely belongs on my wall.
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