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28. Mär. 2010, 23:30 von specx2I don't intend this list to be exhaustive, exclusionary, or static; on the contrary, I hope this list continues to grow over time. This is a list of the albums that I think are 'perfect'. Usually, what I consider perfect is an album in which I love EVERY single song on the album, and any song on the album stands up on its own as great. If even one song gets old or doesn't impress me, then the album won't make this list, or will be removed from the list. It's quite simple. So, here they are alphabetically:
Arctic Monkeys- Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
AC/DC- Black Ice
Beastie Boys- The Mix-Up
The Beatles- Abbey Road
The Beatles- Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles- Rubber Soul
The Beatles- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Black Keys- Rubber Factory
The Black Keys- El Camino
Bob Marley & The Wailers- Rastaman Vibration
Cake- Comfort Eagle
Cake- Pressure Chief
Cake- Prolonging the Magic
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26. Mär. 2009, 16:53 von akamud#1 Revolver by The Beatles
Okay, it's true that everytime I listen to a whole Beatles' album I think to myself "God, this is the greatest album ever!", but Revolver is the one that most gives me that feeling, and this is not because I listen to it more than the others, it's because it is the greatest album ever!
#2 Plastic Ono Band by John Lennon
Wow. I can't put to words what I think of this album. Simply blew my mind.
#3 In Rainbows by Radiohead
#4 Abbey Road by The Beatles
Big spoiler here: all the Beatles' albums will be on this list.
#5 Keasbey Nights by Streetlight Manifesto
Streetlight's version takes the credit because it has the "extended" Dear Sergio, among other things.
I still can remember the day I first listened to a band called "Catch 22", I was looking for some ska songs, (which, at that time, I didn't know much) and discovered them, it was love at first hearing. Probably one of the bands that most influenced my third-wave-ska discovery…