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10.12.12 My All-time Favorite Albums
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My All-time Favorite Albums

A list of my all time favorite albums (in no particular order)
1The Ramones

I know every word to every song on this classic. I love everything about it, from the buzzsaw
guitars of Johnny to the wild and weird vocals of Joey and the fast pounding rythem of Tommys
drumming. The songs are all short and sweet, straight to the point, catchy as hell and funny too.
This will forever be my favorite band and album of all time
2 Scarface
Greatest Hits

Scarface is one of the best rappers of all time. He has a badass flow, consistantly excellant lyrics,
awesome beat selection, and equally stone cold and self-concious. He tells a story with grit and
grace, and whatever hetalks about its always compelling in one way or another. This greatest hits
piles up a lot of his greatest songs, but every album of his is ill.
3 Wu-Tang Clan
Enter the 36 CHAMBERS

This album is so raw and hardcore, and RZAs beats are cold as ice. The wu came into the game
swinging with all they got, verbally assaulting your eardrums with thier ill flows and violent
rhymes. A classic album that will never get old.
4 The Misfits
Collection 1 & 2

Next to the Ramones, the Misfits are my all-time favorite punk band. I remember hearing She for
the first time and instantly fell in love. Glenn Danzig has an amazing voice, and writes great
horror-themed lyrics that are over the top and darkly humorous. These two collections contain
some of the greatest punk rock songs of all time
5Al Green
Greatest Hits

Al Green has the most compelling, distinguished voice in the Soul genre. His songs are timeless,
and are good for making love to, having a romantic dinner with your lover, or just to brighten
your mood and chill out to.
Murs 3:16, The 9th Edition

Murs is one of the best emcees of all tike and is sorely underrated. His flow is so fluent and
casual, it feels like hes right there talking to you. His lyrics are clever and easy to follow, and 9th
Wonder did an amazing job producing this album. Murs and 9th are one of the best dj/mc
pairings in hip hop history.
Ride The Lightning

In my opinion Metallicas best album and the greatest metal album of all time. The guitarwork is
amazing, the lyrics are dark and well-written, the drums are loud and heavy, and the bass is
incredible. James Hetfields voice oozes angst and tension, and Kirks solos never go overboard into
noodling, they play more like compositions. Lars isnt a drummer that goes all over the place, he
just keeps the rythm tight and consistant. Also this album was incredibly influential back in its
day, inspiring countless metal musicians with its perfection.
8TV On The Radio
Return To Cookie Mountain

Unique, well put together, excellant production, awesome melodys and poetic lyrics. The singing
is soothing and soft as silk. A beautiful album and an incredible band.
9J Cole
Friday Night Lights

This isnt actually an album, its a mixtape. But this mixtape is better them most rappers albums. J
cole has a great flow and awesome lyrics, and the beat selection is suberb. The topics range from
playfull flirting, love letters, socially concious ramblings, retrospection, the struggles of being an
underground rapper on the rise and clever boasts and punchlines. Undeniably one of the
greatest rap mixtapes of all time.
10 Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers

After the New York Dolls split up, sylvian and Johnny got together with a new band. A group of
street-smart, degenerate junkies with a lot of anger, frustrated sexuality, and riffs to burn. The
Heartbreakers first and only album is a total classic, full of dissapointment, yearning for love, and
good old fashioned barroom rock n roll played sloppily which actually works in its favor.some of
johnny Thunders best songwriting and guitarwork is in this album.
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