viernes, 26 de marzo de 2010

The Best Albums of All Time Part 11

Some I'm already halfway through this. Due to the lack of wilingness in thinking about worthy articles, I'll just go on with this crap:

51. Metallica - Master of Puppets

This is THE trash metal album, in fact, this is THE metal album. Blending heavy rock with progressive movements, as well as amazing instrumentation and musicianship. You all now the title track is amazing, check the other ones out, they don't let down.

52. The Zombies - Odessey & Oracle

A couple of months ago I had in my mind, out of nowhere, the song that is shown rolling on the video. Given the fact that I don't usually listen to thsi psychodelic gem, I couldn't tell what was the reason. The reason, as it turned out, was that this album just rules. Groovy!

53. Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Uhm

Damn! Another jazz album... This just kind of let's me down not been able to appreciate this stuff, however, this album apparently is a great exposition of different jazz styles and subgenres. Might be the place to start by.

54. Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left

Nick! Oh Nick! Why did you have to go so early? Nick's debut clearly demonstrates that he gave his best since the beggining, and that such a genius mind probably had more to give.

55. The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour

It's incredible to believe that the album cover for this album comes from the same band who did things like Sgt. Peppers or Revolver. If there is one thing this album makes clear, that is the influence of drugs on The Beatles' music, however, is that something we regret?

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