My current classics, although I plan on adding more in the coming days.
For Emma, Forever Ago
This one may sound a bit cold, but it still manages to overflow with emotion. I'll spare you the "One Man, One Cabin, One Winter" thing that you've heard a million times and just let the music speak for itself.
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Does it live up to the hype surrounding it because of how universally acclaimed the debut was? Yes.
Some thumpin rock. That riff man, that riff.
The man is a legend. If you haven't heard it, do yourself a favor and check it out.
His Best: 1947 to 1955
"Insert word or phrase here" Blues. Yeah, this man knew his blues. Hell, this man owned the blues.
(What's The Story?) Morning Glory
"Don't try to be like the Beatles, it's stupid" What? Why wouldn't you try to be like the BEatles? Why would anyone even have to ask that question?
I may not be the biggest rap fan in the world, but when I hear Big Boi and Andre 3000 spitting ATL Fire through the speakers and into my soul, I recognize greatness.
The greatest album of all time? You be the judge. Your verdict is in? Yeah, that's what I thought.
With The Beatles
They went on to do a ton of great things, but if you ask me, they never were able to return to the perfect formula they had here.
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
Hey, I'm not gay. This album though, makes me get up and dance every time. "I promise that I'll run away with you"
Perfection? Check. Incredibly deep and well thought out? Check. Check Mate? Yes.
King of the Beach
Wavves are a band that are a year or two away from blowing up and taking over the mainstream. Until then, this album is the perfect balance of lo-fi fuzz and fun lyrics.
The Exciting Wilson Pickett
Soul. Pure Soul, baby.