Post # 1
I would love to know what your favorite album or albums are and why. I have too many, but my top are Bookends by Simon and Garfunkel (is it obvious?) and Teaser and the Firecat by Cat Stevens. I just found them at incredibly crucial times in my life and they’ve been my favorites ever since.
Post # 2
- Wedding: May 2019 - City, State
1 & 2. News of the World and A Night at the Opera by Queen. These were my first full Queen albums after my dad introduced me to the band and I was obsessed. (I’m on a Sheer Heart Attack binge right now though, I just got an original vinyl and I’m in love.)
3. Blue Hawaii – Elvis Presley. I don’t know if this counts because it’s technically a soundtrack…but I love it. My parents actually got married right where they did in the movie, and my mom used to play the movie/the soundtrack a lot when I was little. My husband and I’s first dance song is also on that album, so there’s a lot of sentimental value for me.
Post # 3
chelbell23 : a night at the opera is a great album! 🙂 and I think a soundtrack counts, especially if it holds a lot of significance to you.
Post # 4
The Greatest Showman soundtrack
Post # 5
Bob Seger Greatist Hits
My parents raised us on that album. First on tape, then on CD, now digital. To this day, I can be having the worst day, pop on that album, and it soothes me.
Post # 6
Anything Taylor Swift #sorrynotsorry 🙈
Post # 7
bookends : Peter Gabriel – Secret World Tour 1994.
Post # 8
- Wedding: May 2015 - St Peter\'s Church, East Maitland, and Bella Vista, Newcastle
Radiohead – OK Computer. Just an astonishing album. The Bends is a close second, although not one to listen to if you’re feeling depressed.
Post # 9
The sound of The Smiths- The Smiths
Rumours- Fleetwood Mac
Until One- Swedish House Mafia
Hot Fuss – The Killers
Post # 10
No name face & lifehouse (self titled album). The lyrics relate. I also love the no need to argue album by cranberries and jagged little pill album by Alanis Morissette
Post # 11
- Wedding: November 2017 - France
Jidenna – The Chief, dropped on my birthday and it was the best birthday present
Aminé – Good for You & OnePointFive, Aminé is so underrated, love his music.
Kalash – I have all his albums and all are filled with classics.
Damian Jr. Gong Marley – Halfway Tree, still one of the only Reggae albums I will willingly listen to.
Dr. Zeus – Every album ever.
Post # 12
Would have to agree with Ok Computer and The Bends. Also:
Jeff Buckley- Grace
Pink Floyd- wish you were here
Post # 13
Hmm lots of criteria I could use, but to narrow it down I’ve chosen albums 1) that I’ve been listening to for 10 years or more and 2) that I like to listen to from start to finish without skipping songs.
Mastodon – Crack the Skye
Opeth – Ghost Reveries
Porcupine Tree – In Absentia
Radiohead – OK Computer
Rammstein – Mutter
Tom Waits – Rain Dogs
Post # 14
Evanescence- The Open Door
Nine Inch Nails- The Downward Spiral
Fleetwood Mac- Rumours
Ernesto Cortazar- Just for You (Beethoven’s Silence)
The Pale Emperor – Marilyn Manson
David Bowie- Aladdin Sane
The Beatles- Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
Post # 15
rosadiaz : I love Peter Gabriel!