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Top Five Favorite Albums Ever

My top five favorite albums of all time. A lot of thought has gone into this so it's not likely to change anytime soon. No particular order as far as the list goes
1Streetlight Manifesto
Everything Goes Numb

I am not a huge ska fan but this album I have listened to probably over 75 times over three years and I'm still not sick of it. Tom Kalnoky pens some of the best lyrics I've ever heard for this album and the horn parts are by far some of the best in the genre
Kid A

This is an album I can't listen to very often but whenever I do it never fails to penetrate emotions into me that I didn't think music could.
3The Beatles
Abbey Road

Endlessly original and show cases the bands pinnacle of blending pop song writing and unexpected turns in music. The medley at the end of the album is famous and one of the best musical moments ever
4The Grateful Dead
American Beauty

Now I am a huge fan of their live material but this album captures a true musical spirit that is hard to pin down. The two songs "Ripple" and "Brokedown Palace" are reasons enough to listen to this album, but there isn't a bad song on here and the album keeps it's pace quite nicely
5Nick Drake
Pink Moon

This album is only about 29 min long and was recorded in a night but completely captures the feeling of Nick Drake. His two earlier albums were good but too much of bloated background music brought down his beautiful songwriting. Right here it's just him and a guitar and it feels like a good friend is sitting in a dark room across from you singing you these songs
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