Best Albums of All Time
The Contenders: Page 9
Still the best album by Coldplay, every track brilliant, the one you go back to when you want to close your eyes and really listen to a good album on a bank holiday!
Not the best Coldplay album but still brilliant - Rorywilbren
Produced by Zappa, this belongs near the top. Hard to listen to at times, but pure innovation and genius. While I'm at it Zappa himself should be near the top -"We're Only in it for the Money" was actually recorded before Sgt. Pepper, and "Hot Rats" and "Burnt Weenie Sandwich" among many others should be well up this list. And here I am at #168 and not a single Dead album? Quicksilver Messenger Service? Ten Years After? Jefferson Airplane?
Like you said..."hard to listen to at times". people want a little life to their music, not music that twists the brain into useless mounds of flesh. This is a crummy album and it will never be anything more than that. - frankmartin
I don't know why Paul never thought of having the band Badfinger as his back up band since they kept getting shafted by their record company and personal manager. Imagine having Pete Ham as an additional writer in the band and maybe Paul and Pete could have teamed up like John and Paul did. - frankmartin
His best solo album
Paul is genius
Not the greatest album but maybe Paul's best of the 1970s and Back to the Egg right behind it. Get the copy with Helen Wheels on it - frankmartin
2nd favourite under Dark Side of the Moon.
Glad to see putting this at #1 on my remix landed it within the top 200. - theOpinionatedOne
I like this one. This is one of RUSH's better 80s albums. A big powerful sounding album in the top 3 Rush albums of the 80s behind Moving Pictures and Signals - frankmartin
I think this album is incredible. I especially like the song "So Real"
I remember the first time I listened to this album! Loved it and immediately went and bought the cd. Awesome! One of my all time favorites.
Why the ever loving christ is Blue all the way down here? You tell me a singer-songwriter album that's more influential and more iconic than this one. I almost guarantee you it's gonna take you a while. River, A Case of You, and Big Yellow Taxi are all classics, but every song on the album is worth listening to again, and again, and AGAIN.
This is my all time favorite album. it is the high bar for all singer songwriters, with the possible exception of dylan. here is mitchell reflecting on the album " there's hardly a dishonest note in the vocals. At that period of my life, I had no personal defenses. I felt like a cellophane wrapper on a pack of cigarettes. I felt like I had absolutely no secrets from the world and I couldn't pretend in my life to be strong. Or to be happy. But the advantage of it in the music was that there were no defenses there either." - RecklessGreed
By far the greatest album ever released. The amount of classics on here is unbelievable. Wonderwall, Champagne Supernova, Don't Look Back In Anger, Some Might Say, Roll With It, the list goes on!
175? What the hell? Not a single weak track, wonderwall, don't look back in anger, champagne supernova, morning glory, she's electric, the master plan (b side) what stunning songs!
Some amazing songs in this album!
Everything on this album is a classic! - Spark_Of_LifeV 9 Comments
Has all the best Eminem songs from the previous albums plus 3 new ones, one of them a masterpiece. But I really think this album is underrated '~'
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