Top 10 Best Albums of all Time

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10 – Ok Computer – Radiohead

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“This album is one of the reasons why life, despite awful and monotone as it can get. Its something worth living..
Many will say it’s a depressive album. But what can be more life affirming than recognizing that the pain you feel is real, things wont likely change in this computerized/sucky world and that the sadness will stay and it wont go away, unless you do something about it. This album is made of God’s-epic material stuff. It really comes far away of anything created by a human in the story of this Earth…and possibly of the entire Milky Way.”

 

9 – A Night at the Opera – Queen

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“This Album is amazing from the start to the end. Most people think that is just because of bohemian rhapsody but in fact all songs are just all perfectly written. Its got a lot of diversity just look at seaside rendezvous, I’m in love with my car and 39; all greats song. Just a Perfect album made by a perfect Band QUEEN!”

 

8 – Revolver – The Beatles

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“This happened in 66′ when bands were still into the old pop rock that the Beatles also set a standard for! In the revolutionary 60’s things changed in months. This set a goal to surpass. And yet no one can beat it but the beatles themselves. This wasn’t commercialized like sgt. Peppers. This was crazy stuff in 66′. The album is meant to be cool. I mean for once they are wearing sunglasses indoors. They are using SG’s. They aren’t being cute with pop rock. They are now physcedelic!”

 

7 – The Wall – Pink Floyd

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“You can never really treat this album as a series of songs, that you can skip through and listen to at ease. You have to start from the beginning, and then work your way through the whole thing. It tells such a shocking, sad tale, about a descent into pure madness. I’ve never heard anything so emotionally involved or so incredible in my life. They took music, and they turned it into a real work of art. It’s timeless and ageless; and if you haven’t heard it before, if ever you have a couple of hours on your hands, just pop it in, shut your eyes, and listen to its story.”

 

6 – Nevermind – Nirvana

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“Best there was, best there is and judging by all the crap released in recent years… The best there EVER will be. Kurt single handedly changed the landscape of music.”

 

5 – Abbey Road – The Beatles

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“Without a shadow of a doubt the pinnacle of human musical achievement. This album isn’t solely a bunch of fantastic songs put on a record, but a tapestry of sound merging together to form something that has transcended all music since. This is the world’s greatest band’s greatest album. Heck, even Ringo’s ‘Octopus’ garden’ is a cracker”

 

4 – Thriller – Michael Jackson

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“To me, this was the glaring omission on Rolling Stone magazine’s top 100 albums of all time. I’m not sure it’s the fourth best of all time, but I will say this: It’s a lot closer to 4 than 101. I definitely let these sites have it when they’re wrong. So I will happily say that Top Tens got it right this time.”

 

3 – Led Zeppelin IV (aka ZOSO) – Led Zeppelin

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“To say anything less about this album other than it being amazing would be an understatement. It is a real challenge to say one album is the greatest of all time. However, if I had to select one, then this would be it. The entire album is amazing with multiple songs that could be argued as being one of, if not, the greatest of all time. To have that on a single album that is not a greatest hits for an artitst is amazing.”

 

2 – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles

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“This album is the one that changed the face of music more than any other album. It virtually created the term “art rock” and brought rock to be respected. The innovation on this album led to practically every other album on this list. Whether it be the studio amazement on “Dark Side Of The Moon” or even the work with the orchestra on “S&M” The Beatles started it all here. If you wanna hear good work with an orchestra, then listen to “A Day In The Life. ” You’ll get some good playing there. Without Sgt Pepper, rock as we know it wouldn’t even exist.”

 

1 – Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd

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Absolutely the greatest combination of music you can feel, lyrics that connect to every single person at their deepest roots of humanity and the magical ability to transport us to that scary place where we must face ourselves – if we dare. Can’t believe a group of young men could even put this type of art-form together so long ago and bring life to silent emotions experienced by us all “when the grass was greener”.

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