Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bvb1123, Oct 11, 2018.
And another winner: Alien Lanes
Vangelis 8th studio solo album
See You Later,great album often over looked,but I think a masterpeace.
Covenant-Leaving Babylon, 2013
Ignorance & Bliss
Here are three fantastic eighth albums:
More to the point, how many acts make great tenth or eleventh albums?
Opeth fits the bill. #8 was Ghost Reveries, capping an amazing run of albums.
Jean-Michel Jarre Rendez-vous 8th studio album a another classic.
The Cure- Disintegration
Green Day- 21st Century Breakdown
The Wedding Present- Valentina
Dinosaur Jr- Beyond
The Flaming Lips- Yoshimi...
Afghan Whigs- In Spades
Wilco- The Whole Love
Queen The Game stunning album.
Spoon - They Want My Soul
Depeche Mode - Songs Of Faith And Devotion
Enigma Fall of the Rebel Angel,i think his best to date and his 8th studio album,great on vinyl.
Clannad Macalla one of there best studio albums.
Spoon - They Want my Soul
Lambchop - No You Come On
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Stereolab - Margerine Eclipse
Ween - Quebec
John Martyn - Sunday's Child
Guided By Voices - Alien Lanes
Van Morrison - Veedo Fleece
Eight Eighth Allright Albums, there you go
By The Way, This is my first post so: "HELLO EVERYONE"
Genesis Wind & Wuthering,another masterpiece from a great band,love it.
Scorpions - Blackout
This is probably more common with jazz musicians--like Miles Davis had been leading record sessions for 26 years, most of them great, by the time he recorded Agharta and Pangaea. Duke Ellington made some of his best recordings in his late 60's and 70's, after his partner Billy Strayhorn had died, like And His Mother Called Him Bill, The New Orleans Suite, and Afro-Eurasian Eclipse.
For pop music, I think Emmylou Harris should get more attention for reinventing herself and doing really great late-career work. Wrecking Ball was her 21st album, counting two live releases and her '69 folkie debut; Stumble into Grace was her 27th. (Did she make 8 Great Ones in there? Yeah, I think so.) There aren't so many pop musicians older than 40 who can match what she was doing in her late 40's and 50's.
Alan Parsons Project Vulture Culture,not the best work but worth a mention.
Tom Waits (8th Album) - Rain Dogs
Hard to beat Rain Dogs.
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