Greatest Albums of the '60s
The Top Ten
Lol people think this is the best album ever, but it’s Bad. The only good song on it is Lucy in the sky with diamonds and SGT peppers lonely hearts club band
Really people? Are you judging the album by its content or by what the cover looks like? (Axis bold as love does have a sweet looking one...) Without this album we wouldn't have rock as we know it today. Hendrix may have been able to play with his teeth, but that's just for a show, not a studio album. Well, I guess this is a lost cause. What can I reasonably expect from a group of 30 seconds to Mars fans anyway?
I don't hate Jimi Hendrix, but this album is MUCH BETTER!
Come on! THE BEATLES! This band made better the music!
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a perfect album because all of its songs are great!
Shame on you guys, I'm ashamed that nobody put this one in the top 5, if not in the the top spot
It's awesome to see this album at number 2, but it would be even more awesome if it was number 1.
The greatest album of all time
Should be second, one of the most perfectly-made albums of all time. The Beach Boys are the greatest!
This is the greatest album of all time, let alone the 60's.
The greatest debut album by the greatest guitarist, this one is better than axis:bold as love
So many to pick from yet this album, along with "Revolver" were in the top three Beatle albums.
Favourite album. First time the Beatles really started getting great.
Possibility the greatest album ever recorded.
This needs to be higher.
21st Century Schizoid Man 5/5
I Talk To The Wind 4. 5/5
Moonchild 2. 5/5
The Court Of The Crimson King 5/5
Best album of the 60s easily. There is not much to say beside it. All the songs sre masterpieces and the album is incredibly influential in rock progressive rock and heavy metal. Beside the point that influence should not reflect the quality of a album. This albun is simply untouchable especially albums from the 60s.
Should be No1 Dylan was the 60s biabh should be No2 the most important albums of all time the Beatles would still be writing teenie pop if not for Bob Dylan