Top Ten Rock Albums Featuring a Preposition in Their Title

Gg2000
I was inspired by ShiviDIVI and his list of "Best Songs that Have Prepositions in Their Titles", which is one of my favorite lists on the site. I decided that it was worth the effort to chart the best albums with prepositions in their titles, which should help narrow things down.

The Top Ten

1 The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

If I didn't put this on the top, it would end up there at some point or another. And besides, the album really is this good. - Gg2000

2 Exile on Main Street - Rolling Stones

One of my personal favorite albums, and one of the greatest no-nonsense rock and roll albums. - Gg2000

3 Music from Big Pink - The Band

Another personal favorite of mine. This album changed the way people looked at the state of rock music. - Gg2000

4 Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan

Dylan at the height of his creative powers. It's epic. - Gg2000

5 Master of Reality - Black Sabbath

With this album, heavy metal becomes darker and more mysterious. Has some of the heaviest riffs of all time (Children of the Grave, Lord of this World, and especially Into the Void). - Gg2000

6 Houses of the Holy - Led Zeppelin

One of my personal favorite albums of the era. Led Zeppelin were still on a high streak when they made this. - Gg2000

7 A Night at the Opera - Queen

One of the first albums I got into. The production still holds itself together very well to this day. - Gg2000

8 The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - David Bowie

Bowie's greatest work, and one of the greatest albums of all time. - Gg2000

9 Close to the Edge - Yes

One of the best prog rock albums ever. It was probably the last Yes album recorded that was truly amazing. - Gg2000

10 Bridge of Sighs - Robin Trower

Trower is an amazingly underrated guitarist. He is the king of tone and feel, in my opinion. This album is his best and most consistent work. - Gg2000

The Contenders

11 Rocket to Russia - The Ramones

I absolutely love this album! - Gg2000

12 Back in Black - AC/DC

Their biggest album. It also has the best production values, in my opinion. - Gg2000

13 Master of Puppets - Metallica

Probably my favorite Metallica album. - Gg2000

14 Selling England by the Pound - Genesis

Probably my favorite Genesis album, along with Foxtrot. - Gg2000

15 Axis: Bold as Love - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

One of the greatest Jimi Hendrix albums. - Gg2000

16 Sweetheart of the Rodeo - The Byrds

The last great Byrds album. It also proves that country and rock can mix. - Gg2000

17 One of These Nights - The Eagles

The Eagles in their prime before their egos tore them apart. - Gg2000

18 At Fillmore East - The Allman Brothers Band

One of the ultimate live albums. - Gg2000

19 In the Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson

One of the ultimate prog rock albums. - Gg2000

20 Days of Future Passed - The Moody Blues

Lays the groundwork for art rock and prog. I am still amazed that the Moodies recorded this for their second album. - Gg2000

21 City of Evil - Avenged Sevenfold
22 ... and Justice for All - Metallica

Another great Metallica album. - Gg2000

23 Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables - Dead Kennedys

One of my favorite punk albums. - Gg2000

24 Down by the Jetty - Dr. Feelgood

One of my favorite cult bands. If you haven't heard of them, you are missing out on high energy rock and roll! - Gg2000

25 Highway to Hell - AC/DC

One of my favorite AC/DC albums. It has a great balance between polish and rawness. - Gg2000

26 Station to Station - David Bowie

This album is a precursor to the Berlin trilogy. It sounds really good. - Gg2000

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