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Honestly, "Bleach" by Nirvana. A lot of people hate it because it was so OG it was amateur-sounding. But it was the very beginning, the very introduction, of an absolutely legendary band. Bleach's music is so raw, fresh, laden with energy. It was a new promise. It was authentic- most is not radio-friendly because Nirvana didn't necessarily CARE about being popular or mainstream. It was real, honest.Also, being the very introduction of Nirvana in 1989, it was almost innocent. I'm sure no one would have thought of how the reign of Nirvana would be cut short so tragically when the band was just in its beginning.Most of the lyrics on this album were reportedly written the night before recording when Cobain felt "pissed off" and I think it shows. For such procrastination, the lyrics are nothing short of genius. And in my obversations, somewhat more "humorous"/light-hearted compared to the really heavy stuff on Nevermind and beyond as Kurt's personal struggles grew more difficult.
It's a draw between;WoW Worship (Green) Album orDaft Punk Random Access MemoriesTwo great album that tried things I'd never heard before with songs that were really easy to connect with.
Random Access Memories was a great album. Revived the disco era of music, yet still being creative. :)
Something About Us was incredible, especially with the strong story telling behind it and Technologic but you can hear a lot of the same inspiration in Lose Yourself To Dance.I love the same thing about other musically beautiful tracks like Draw Me Close from the other album or Rain Down, a Planetshakers song. They're the kind that you hear and it forever freezes that moment in your memory.
Hard to pick. I'll give you a few of my favorites. There is no way I could pick one.Billy Joel - The StrangerAyreon - Into The Electric Castle10,000 Maniacs - Our Time In Eden
It’s a compilation album by my all-time favourites, REM (“In Time: The Best of REM, 1988-2003”) 😍🎼📀❤️
that is a good pick! I have so many. The best i could probably do is narrow it down to 7; Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon, Pearl Jam-Ten, Eagles-Hotel California, Bob Marley -Legend, Fleetwood Mac-Rumours, U2-Joshua Tree and Van Morrison- Into the Music
My gosh, a lot!Absolution - MuseOrigin of Symmetry - MuseOK Computer - RadioheadA Rush Of Blood To The Head - ColdplayMany more.. but those above are really2 good albums. ❤️
Absolution is amazing.
@MoscowMitch Yeaas! Hahah... Oh thank you for saying that.. it was my first love with Muse. and the continued to Origin of Symmetry which is a masterpiece. But i'm sad that i cannot listen to muse's latest album, i completely dislike it. :( But, i still love them.
Supertramp's 1974 Crime of the Century.My God mothers Anne and Nancy Wilson's Heart 1975 album Dreamboat Annie. Robbie Robertson's 1987 album and his 2012 How to Become Clairvoyant.
Keane's album called Hope and Fears.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oextk-If8HQ
A Rush Of Blood to the Head by ColdplayThe Supremes A’ Go-Go by The SupremesSantana’s self titled albumFace Value by Phil Collins
Bad Religion - "No Control"One of the greatest punk rock albums of all time.
Hmm it's difficult to choose just one I'm between the Golden Age of Grotesque and The Antichrist Superstar by Marilyn Manson
At the minute, it's Meat Loaf's Welcome to the Neighbourhood :)
I download by singles so I don't know any albums n never have blame MySpace from back in the day
Aja is great but mine would be Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin is classic. Very influential for its time.
Us by Peter Gabriel. Though Celldwellers Wish upon a Black Star is really giving it a run.
Natural Born Losers by Nicole Dollanganger
Metallica's Black Album
I'd say that was their last GOOD album. My favourites by them are... And Justice For All and Master Of Puppets (The ones that everyone knows and likes).
Yeah Metallica kinda lost their edge after that n it kinda got fucked up. I don't like it, I'm more grunge, Slipknot type of stuff but it has its moments like Battery, Sad But True, Nothing Else Matters n obviously, Mater of Puppets
They had a couple of half decent songs after that, but like you had said, they had lost their edge, likely due to the record labels.
Trying to meet the public's demand n just not doing it now. They'd have to completely change now.
I agree, but the record labels do not like that. If a band starts doing what they want to do, despite what the record label wants. If a band does not do what a label wants, they lose their contract with the label, and are not able to release their music.It sucks that record labels have musicians by the 'balls', in that they tie the musicians' hands and leave them with no room for creativity.
The Melody and The Pursuit by Evans Blue.
Avril Lavigne's new album that came out this year.
Vices and virtues - panic! at the disco
hybrid theory by Linkin Park
Star Wars The Force Awakens Original Soundtrack
Metearoa By Linkin Park
“Thriller” by the King of Pop himself
"Abbey Road" by The Beatles
Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare
The entirety of the Jojo ost for me.
Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd
What's a album?
Basically older bands would release music in albums which were collections of new songs plus some of a bands older songs. It's how new songs were released
Albums are still being released. Cd's, Vinyl et cetera.
Yeah take a look at Slipknot they're still going, and are still making vinyls
Pink Floyd "The Wall"
Ill go with appetite for destruction
Guns'n'Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Wildflowers by Tom Petty
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