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Discussion in 'Books and Music' started by Lord, Jun 7, 2013.
The title explains it all, what's your favorite music album?
Ones i can think of are
My top ten in no particular order:
Iggy Pop - The Idiot
Tom Waits - Raindogs
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
Radiohead - OK Computer
The Walkmen - Everyone Who Pretended To Like Me Is Gone
Neutral Milk Hotel - On Avery Island
TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain
The Smiths - Meat is Murder
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Elliott Smith - Elliott Smith
Weezer's Weezer (The Blue Album) and Pinkerton tie for my #1 favorite.
Glassjaw - Worship and Tribute
Deftones - Around the Fur
Klank - Still Suffering
Black Math Horseman - Wyllt
Antestor - The Forsaken
The Church - Starfish
Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary
Fire of Unknown Origin--Blue Oyster Cult
Fallen--Evanescence (guilty pleasure from high school)
The Dark Knight Rises OST--Hans Zimmer etc
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
Limp Bizkit - Chocolate Starfish and Hot Dog Flavored Water
Foo Fighters - There is Nothing Left to Lose
Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
P.O.D - Satellite
Smash Mouth - Astro Lounge
Michael Jackson - HIStory
Fort Minor - The Rising Tied
Sugar Ray - 14:59
Solo Adult MJ:
Blood On the Dance Floor (minus the remixes)
HIStory: Past, Present, & Future Volume I
Off the Wall
The ArchAndroid - Janelle Monae
Metropolis: Suite I (The Chase) - Janelle Monae
Torches - Foster the People
Aim & Ignite - fun.
Dog Problems - The Format
Interventions + Lullabies - The Format
Born To Die: Paradise Edition - Lana Del Rey
Vessel - twenty one pilots
Megalithic Symphony - AWOLNATION
Home Town Hero [self-titled album]
Under the Influence of Giants [self-titled album]
Vampire Weekend's Albums:
Modern Vampires of the City
Vampire Weekend [self-titled album]
Red & Blue - Stefani Germanotta
Vows - Kimbra
Safe Travels - Jukebox the Ghost
Nas - Illmatic
Nas - It Was Written
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness
311 - self titled
Talib Kweli - Reflection Eternal/Train of Thought
Weezer - Blue Album
Kendrick Lamar - Section.80
Kendrick Lamar - Overly Dedicated
Nujabes - Modal Soul
J Dilla - The Shining
Cunninlynguists - A Piece of Strange
The Roots - Do You Want More!?!?
Bob Marley - Legend/pretty much everything
Common - Be
Buju Banton - 'Til Shiloh
Dr. Dre - The Chronic
Dr. Dre - 2001
Eric B. & Rakim - Paid in Full
Kanye West - College Dropout
Madvillain - Madvillainy
The Offspring - Smash
Rage Against the Machine - Battle of Los Angeles
Arcade Fire's The Suburbs is a fantastic album that for me personally came out at exactly the right moment.
For years I had a burnt cd with all of Doolittle and Surfer Rosa, I can't really separate the 2
I am really digging this year's Random Access Memories, but Daft Punk's Discovery is remains their best I'd say. Its kind of hard to imagine much of the internet without it.
Toss Up between this and Make Yourself
Coldplay's A Rush Of Blood To The Head
Their opening song on the album Politik is one of the greatest songs I've ever heard. The song was written on 9-11-01
Darkness on the Edge of Town - Bruce Springsteen
England Keep My Bones - Frank Turner
Separation Sunday - The Hold Steady
On The Impossible Past - The Menzingers
Give 'Em Enough Rope - The Clash
Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan
The '59 Sound - The Gaslight Anthem
hear the whole album here: http://treeforts.bandcamp.com/album/dick-jokes-2
I mean, they were just so good!
There was a sun once.
It lit the whole d*mn sky.
It kept everything,
--from the song "Shield Your Eyes."
*Misfits--"Walk Among Us"
*OFF--"First Four Eps"
I'll think of more later...
The White Album
Magical Mystery Tour
A Hard Day's Night
Let It Be
Robert Shaw Chorale:
The Many Moods of Christmas
Songs of Angels
Angels on High
Complete Mozart by Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Tunnel of Love
Skins Soundtracks Series 1-6
In that order.
Electric Ladyland - Hendrix
Easy choice for me. It would be followed by his Are You Experienced album and The Beatles Rubber Soul/Revolver.
Toxicity by SOAD
Follow the Leader by Korn
Lateralus by Tool
Vulgar by Dir En Grey
I'm sort of glad I didnt discover Joy Division until after my teens, because I think it would have just ruined the album for me. Now, it is one of the best musical works of art I've heard. Ok Computer is brilliant too. Still gonna have to stick with Nirvana's Nevermind..just because of my teen years...
I can't just pick one album though, some of my favorites are:
Free - Heartbreaker
CunninLynguists - A piece of strange
CunninLynguists - Oneirology
JJ Grey and Mofro - Lochloosa
Blue Sky Black Death - Noir
Sadistik - Flowers for my father
Black sabbath - Paranoid
Deltron - 3030
Joe Bonamassa - Dust bowl
Mgmt - Oracular Spectacular
Outkast - Southernplayalistic
Outkast - Atliens
So many favorites... but here's a few:
Broadway Calls "Self-titled Album"
The Gaslight Anthem "The 59 Sound"
Screeching Weasel "BoogadaBoogadaBoogada"
O.M.D. "Sugar Tax"