Best Albums

by Nosferatu 38 Replies latest jw friends

  • Nosferatu

    Let's compile a list of albums that we can listen to without skipping a single song. The albums that don't have a single bad song on them! Here's mine:

    Boston (debut)
    The Cars (debut)
    Cinderella - Still Climbing
    Saigon Kick - Devil In The Details
    Mr. Big - Lean Into It
    Jet - Get Born
    Blue Oyster Cult (debut)
    Blue Oyster Cult - Tyranny & Mutation
    Blue Oyster Cult - Secret Treaties
    Blue Oyster Cult - Imaginos
    Duran Duran - Thank You
    Iron Maiden - Powerslave
    Iron Maiden - Number Of The Beast
    AC/DC - Back In Black

  • Warlock

    If I may be allowed to put a jazz album in.

    "SuperSax Plays Bird"


  • Jourles

    Opeth - Damnation (It's gotta be this album though! Amazing music for a "death metal" band)

  • HadEnuf

    "Withered Oak" Tree of Woe

    "Mushroom Cloud" Tree of Woe

  • DesertRat

    Here are just a few of my personal Best (in no particular order)..

    Moody Blues--Days of Future Passed


    Pink Floyd--Dark Side of the Moon


    Rick Wakeman--Six Wives of Henry VIII

    Janis Joplin--Pearl

    Styx--The Grand Illusion


    Dire Straits--Brothers In Arms

    Traffic--anything at all


  • tijkmo

    genesis...the lamb lies down on broadway

    pink floyd...the wall

    marillion...afraid of sunlight


    supertramp...even in the quietest moments

    tori amos...little earthquakes

    alanis morisette....all of them

    yes...the ladder

    the eagles...hotel california

    bruce springsteen...born to run

  • mavie

    Elliott Smith - Either/Or

  • Sad emo
    Sad emo

    The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis

    Let it Come Down - Spiritualized

    No Angel - Dido

    Life For Rent - Dido

    Just Enough Education to Perform - Stereophonics

    Play - Moby

    Surrender - Chemical Brothers

    ... to name but a few!!

  • RunningMan

    Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

    Joe Jackson - Night Music

    Blue Rodeo - Five Days in May

    ELO - Time

    INXS - Kick

    Elvis Costello - Armed Forces

    Fleetwood Mac - Tusk

    and, I'm ashamed to say it, but can't deny it, Michael Jackson - Thriller

  • BlackSwan of Memphis
    BlackSwan of Memphis

    October Project: self titled

    Concrete Blonde: Bloodletting

    The Sundays: Blind

    The Church: Heyday

    Joni Mitchell: Blue

    Loreena McKennitt: The Visit (although if you decide to do this, I highly recommend having alot of time on your hands)

    Maura O'Connell: Blue is the Colour of Hope (although I haven't heard it in awhile, I wore it out)


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