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|My Favourite Albums Part II|
Just what it sounds like. These are other albums that are favourites
What else can I say? This album, aside from the disastrous 'Piggies' is one of the greatest of all time,
also one of my favourites.
Every song is very well put together, with Keith Moon's drumming performance shining as well as Pete
Townshend's magnificent style of guitar. If you have not heard this album in it's entirety yet, then
immediately go out and buy it. No joke.
Master Of Puppets
From Battery to Damage Inc, this album is full of outstanding Metallica songs, and is probably their
album to date.
The Ghost Of Tom Joad
I like to listen to this album on quiet, moonlit nights very loud, allowing myself to be pulled in by
Springsteen's exquisite lyrics.
|5|| ||Many Artists Contributing|
I'm Your Fan: The Songs Of Leonard Cohen
In my opinion, Leonard Cohen is one of the greatest lyricists of all time, however his voice is not really
best to listen to. This compilation of covers brings out the best in Leonard Cohen through other people,
winds up being truly beautiful.
In The Court of The Crimson King
A progressive rock classic, this album picks you up and takes you away (how could it not with such
titles as 'The Court of the Crimson King Including The Return of The Fire Witch And The Dance of The
Puppets'). Robert Fripp is a genius.
After The Gold Rush
Lyrically and instrumentally just a great all around album.
I am quite the grunge fan, and I believe that this album captures the spirit of grunge in it's entirety.
Cobain's vocals are as hoarse as possible, and the guitar distortion is turned up to eleven. A classic.
Sadly, this was the Police's last album before they spilt. It was also their greatest, combining reggae
rock elements to make a truly exceptional work of art.
Not as perfect as Lateralus, but still a mighty album, and an easy contender for one of my favourite
albums of all time.
|Another list soon to come.|
|3 and 8 are amazing albums|
|Everything on here's awesome except for 4. I'm not a big Springsteen fan. Scentless Apprentice is such a great song. |
|Scentless Apprentice and All Apologies are the best two Nirvana songs imo.|
|some solid music on here|
|yeah, 1 is their coolest album, in my personal top 3. (and even piggies is a lot better than most people give it credit for).|
haven't heard 4 & 5 but the rest are all really great (with the exception of maybe 9), though both Tool and King Crimson have better albums (Lateralus and Red most of all).
7 and 3 however are in my Top 100 list as well.
|2,6, and 10 are great but 4 confuses me, most people rate that among his worst albums.|
|I need to hear 2. Tommy was too soft for me, is it better than that? I really like Who's Next though.|
3 Is great yeah. I prefer nevermind over 8. Just cos its grunge dosn't mean it has to have a shoddy production imo.