Joshua Pittman

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10 Albums That Changed My Life

This is the 10 albums that have had the most impact on my musical life.
1The Beatles

First CD I ever bought when I was like 5. I didn't listen to it all the way, but I was obsessed with Help! and Ticket to Ride. (Come on, I was 5 freaking years old lol)
2Led Zeppelin
Houses of the Holy

Okay, now this is the album that really got me into music. To be honest, I will have to say this is the album that changed me the most. Prior to this, I had never experienced a whole album from front to back. I already owned I-IV, but I skipped songs that didn't catch my interest in the intro. This was the first album I ever listened to all the way from front to back, and it changed my outlook of music and life forever.
3Pink Floyd

This one was a more subtle change. It just showed me that long songs are sometimes far from boring and dragged out.
4Coheed and Cambria
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

This is the album that introduced me to modern music. I use to hate music past the 90's because lets face it, the mainstream of this decade sucked. Then, my brother introduced me to Blood Red Summer, and the first thought was "this sounds like freaking Rush!" Although IKSoSE3 was the 3rd album I listened to, it hit me the hardest. Looking back, it's not even their best, but it impacted me the most.
5At the Drive-In
Relationship of Command

Introduced me to Post-Hardcore and sound effects. What more can I say?
They're Only Chasing Safety

Okay, now this album changed me in a bad way. I had some friends who loved Underoath and sceneish stuff like Escape the Fate, A Day to Remember, TDWP etc. This is the album that introduced me into my "sceneish" phase. I was new to that type of music because honestly, RoC was the only Post-Hardcore album I had ever listened to. So I thought it was original and cool at the time.
The Illusion of Safety

Yes! The album that got me out of that phase. I heard this, and realized how many freaking bands ripped this off.
OK Computer

This album showed me how to pay attention to every detail to an album. This changed the way I listen to music. I started to appreciate softer music as well because of this.
Jane Doe

No other album to this day has ever brought out as many emotions as this, and those emotions never die with each listen. It also opened me up to chaotic music.
The Shape of Punk to Come

This album just shocked me in general. It increased my interest in older Hardcore and Metalcore.
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