Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Osthagen, Aug 10, 2018 at 8:29 PM.
The Great Leap Forward:
No way - Trespass is too good of a LP for Genesis being included, it's probably in my top five and I have three Gabriel albums in my top five...
But um, it's Rush. I'm telling you Fountain of Lamneth is the greatest achievement Rush made, it was all downhill...
Not that the first two were poor, but I thought this was a step above:
I'm sure a lot of Rush fans would argue about my choice here.
Again, I really enjoy the first two albums, but this one really hits hard. (I also like it more than 2112).
Love - Forever Changes
Not that I don't love the 1st two this one seems to be considered their masterpiece
UFO - Phenomenon
10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe
Ehhh... The Ramones first two albums are right on par with Rocket to Russia, and the Clash's debut album is one of punk's classic albums.
Sparks' Kimono My House went over quite well... although I still think the world of Woofer.
Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
Scorpions - In Trance
Thin Lizzy - Vagabonds
First two were great, but (to me) this was on another level:
Control - Janet Jackson
U2 - War
Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend
Bob Marley... if we count Catch a Fire as his 3rd album (with #1 = Soul Rebels, #2 = African Herbsman)
I agree, those are both great albums. But for my money, the crowning achievements for both bands are their third albums. With the Monkees, their best is the fourth, "Pisces", but their third is where they took over from Kirshner and started calling their own shots.
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
Deftones - White Pony
Cheap Trick - Heaven Tonight
We're Only In It For The Money
S/T Ringo was his third and best (by far) offering as a solo artist.
Taylor Swift -
The first two albums were very, very good.
Speak Now is a master piece.
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