Top Ten Best Albums of 1977
The Top Ten Best Albums of 1977
Different Style but Queen WILL ROCK YOU
Queen's sixth album continues their hot streak with this album which, among other tracks, includes the duo of thumping ''We Will Rock You'' and balladeering anthemic ''We Are The Champions''.
Ha ha, charade you are
This Album was number 1 all over the world, with songs like Take A Chance On Me, The Name Of The Game, Eagle, and Thank You For The Music. - MGBSG1
One Man One Woman. Oh so sad - ilovefrida
Not a SINGLE bad song! Completely incredible.
Just an absolutely brilliant album from start. Turn To Stone, right through to Wild West Hero. Jeff Lynne's song writing talent shines on this album it's a must have album in your collection. Others to have from this group are Time, Discovery and the acclaimed Face the Music.
Although I've seen some people dis this album before, I urge those people to listen to Side 3 again. "Concerto for A Rainy Day" just may be the most underrated progressive piece I've ever heard. It is so amazing that you'd just have to hear it for yourself. As for the rest of the album, it's just as amazing as well. Great album.
A GREAT album, in all aspects! Check it out if you have no nothing about it, you won't be disappointed. ELO is way underrated! - ansley
Amazing double album, best listened to on vinyl. This album, like many others by ELO, is simply fantastic.
This album has been regarded as one of the greatest albums ever recorded. Classic songs like Go Your Own Way, Don't Stop, The Chain, and Dreams are still played on radio to this very day. If you haven't heard this album yet, go check it out. It's a gem, and I've been listening to it a lot lately. - c0mf0rta61ynum6
Are you kidding me? Why do Queen albums keep getting #1? The albums were good but they weren't THAT good. I guess they are just very popular on this site. Anyway, Rumours is amazing and deserves #1. NO question. - AlteredState
This album is a Rock masterpiece. - ParasN2000
an amazing prog album, that kept the genre alive for some years - diegokatabian
Should be further up
Composed by Jim Steinman but performed by dynamic singer Meat Loaf (Michael Aday), this iconic album includes a barrage of hit singles such as "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)", "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad", the title track, and one of Meat Loaf's strongest vocal performances, ''Paradise by the Dashboard Light", a duet with singer Ellen Foley.
David Bowie's first album in the Berlin Trilogy collaboration with Brian Eno. Plays like a greatest hits album. Singles ''Sound and Vision'' and ''Be My Wife'' stand alongside heavyset gems ''Always Crashing in the Same Car", ''What in the World'', and ''Breaking Glass''. Bowie sheds his ''Thin White Duke'' persona that masked his previous year's effort ''Station to Station'' in favor of this new, more subtle David that sought to ''normalize'' his career with this dynamic album that veered rapidly into a combination of electronic, rock, punk, and pop music.
You people are out of your minds, if Rolling Stone put it at No. 70 ALL TIME, how do you people not even make it top 5 in it's year?
Billy Joel's magnum opus sixth album is carried by the weight of five consecutive smash hit singles, led by the double Grammy-winning ''Just the Way You Are'', but also includes four other pop gems including the steady, cautious ''Vienna'', the fast-paced and frantic ''Get it Right the First Time'', the soulful, gospel-tinged ''Everybody Has a Dream'', and, Joel's tribute to the second side of Abbey Road, the iconic ''Scenes from an Italian Restaurant''.
The second album in Bowie's Berlin trilogy collaboration with Brian Eno, this album continues to display his ability to jump seamlessly between different styles of song. This album is his take on electronic/new wave pop. The title track is easily the album (and possibly Bowie's) masterpiece, while other gems include ''Beauty and the Beast'' and ''V-2 Schneider''.
How isn't this on the list? - ACDC-
One of the best albums of 1977 or of any other period.
Heart continues their platinum success with this album that includes the fiery ''Barracuda''.
This Anglo-American band's 1977 debut immediately took hold of listener's minds with smash singles ''Feels Like the First Time'' and ''Cold as Ice'', while also hiding some album gems ''Starrider'' and ''Long, Long Way From Home''.
Great album! Probably one of Elivs best work and has some great songs. Definitely the number 1 choice for that year
Even with at times bloated progressive rock, Styx showed major improvements in musicianship and songwriting with this breakthrough album that included one of their signature songs: ''Come Sail Away''.
So if you think your life is complete illusion
because you never win the game
just remember that it's a grand illusion
and after all we are all the same... - MaxPap
Best album of 1977
Leading the new wave movement is this unpredictable debut album by an unpredictable band, fronted by dynamic leader and main songwriter David Byrne. The album was boosted by the success of the frantic, jumpy single ''Psycho Killer'', but the rest of the album carries itself just as well.
Peter Gabriel publicly confirms his independence from Genesis with this solo debut that includes ''Modern Love'' and the iconic ''Solsbury Hill''.