Best Albums of All Time
The Contenders: Page 15
Depeche Mode was and is one of the most influential bands of all time, and with this album they reached their highest peak. Dave Gahan sang Personal Jesus like lost in the desert of his own consciousness, like a faithless plea of salvation and forgiveness, so deliciously alien, yet so familiar, that you felt the lyric of Martin L. Gore penetrating your very soul, I could go deeper and deeper on every song, as they're as good as Jesus, but there's a lack of space and time, so I'll just close by saying: Listen to it, you won't regret it.
Simply the best. That's all there's to say. Listen to it and you won't regret it. Ever
The Beatles, Stones, the Who, Zeppelin, and Floyd albums deserve their respective places on this list because of their great song writing and backing music. They all stand alone but on the next level a band like definitely Leppard leads the charge. They had several great albums, led by Hysteria, an album that has been underrated due to it's connection to the hair band era. It had six hit singles and the fillers were nearly as good. How many albums out there can you say that about? This should be at least a top 75 album.
One of the Staples of 80's Rock. Def Leppard Blew down the doors in 87 with this album. For a while they were the biggest band in the world.
This album should take the place of Pet Sounds at the top and Pet Sounds should be way down here where Def Leppard is. - frankmartin
Definitely deserves top 10.V 1 Comment
I love this album, but compilations have always an obvious advantage, picking the artist's best songs. Should be in separate list 'Best Compilations'.
Why is a Hollywood Unread album higher? - 445956
A revelation when it was first released, concerto for a rainy day stills sends shivers down my spine, nearly thirty years on
This album should be up there with The Beatles and Pink Floyd. Very melodic, well produced, timeless, - frankmartin
All of their good songs are on it. Worth listening to
This would be ELO's magnum opus, a Beatle's Abbey Road or Sgt. Pepper. Seventeen creations being the work of one man. A good many of the top listed albums had more than one writer. Songs like Mr. Blue Sky, Sweet Talking' Woman, Turn To Stone... - frankmartinV 3 Comments
Time is Running Out, Hysteria, Stockholm Syndrome, Sing for Absolution, Fury, and Bitterflies and Hurricanes - they're just my favourites. - LaurenLauren
Best album ever by Muse and until I'm convinced otherwise, the best album ever. Every single song on this album sounds fantastic from Apocalyse Please to Fury (the bonus track).
Sign O The Times, you Got The Look, Adore, Housequake, If I Was Your Girlfriend, Hot Thing, I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man, Strange Relationship, The Cross. Some of the best of Prince
Beiber, he belongs in the kiddie pop section and that would be two sections over and all the way to the back of the list. - frankmartin
What is Justin Bieber doing here?
It shuld be be on top list. Sweetest album, and all songs are hearable. Deserves more
Ew pop music - DisturbedpotatoV 1 Comment
Released for only a few years ago and is already a classic!
One of the best albums I've ever heard. It is 8x platinum and one of the best rap albums. Singles Like In the Club make it a success. Other songs like : 21 Questions, P.I.M.P, Many Men, Patiently Waiting, And What up gangsta are greatV 1 Comment
The Blackmore-Dio-Powell axis at their creative peak. Legendary music. - Matt74
FANTASTIC Album by a FANTASTIC singer. - jessiebrownx
One of the best pop rock albums of the 1980s and made even better by seven extra tracks on the deluxe reissue. - frankmartin
This album is ridiculously immense, the production is A1, frank's delivery and progression on almost all of the tracks is brilliant and his diversity in the album, not veering to a generic RnB album littered with radio hits instead experimenting with songs such as Nikes, Close To You, Good Guy and Pretty Sweet, makes this undeniably the most promising album of 2016 living up to and surpassing its esteemed expectations
Its Michael jackson and what more do you need? Give into me, who is it, remember the time, dangerous! Greatest songs of the 90s. Anybody who can be discreet enough to see through an artist with his art will love this classic album
Always the king of pop
So what happened to this album? It got forgotten because MJ fans all wanted Thriller. - frankmartin
Michael Jackson en estado puro.
Dreaming Out Loud is probably my favorite album from OneRepublic. This album has incredible songs like Say (All I Need), Mercy, Stop And Stare, Apologize, and so much more. I cannot believe crap like the Carter and Bangerz is ahead of amazing stuff like Dreaming Out Loud. You people don't know real music, and the proof is that Dreaming Out Loud is at 880. GET THIS HIGHER!
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