I continue my never-ending adventure through the best albums of all time, with a band I’m familiar with but an album I have never heard. It’s going to expand my musical knowledge and maybe even make me a better human. I especially listen to a lot of the ‘first time reacting to Metallica’ or Metal in general videos, and while they were fun at the start, every other dick has jumped on the bandwagon meaning we get copy and paste ‘personalities’ reacting the same way to the exact same songs. We’re up through the Sphincter of Musical Past once again and ironically have stumbled across some Brown.
Greetings, Glancers! One last point, i really don't see the point in including a best of album in this list. He did one of those books – several times actually – one of those ‘Best Of All Time’ books you see at Christmas. Jackson Browne, that is. I don’t like the vocals and I don’t like the sub Shakin’ Stevens stage presence.Greetings, Glancers! I’ve never heard of the album, I’ve never heard of the artist…. It’s time for you to wail and gnash your teeth once more as I proclaim the greatest albums ever to be kind of crappy. Come along too and share your thoughts.Colin Larkin’s Ranking: 965/1000Greetings, glancers.
If it wasn’t clear already, I’m completely new to this boyo and this album, at least from a listening perspective, so I’m not sure what to expect.
etc. The songs I’ve heard have never been more then meh for me, and most less than that. There’s only five tracks, which probably means they’re all ten minutes long. Also I think you'll find most of the albums you mention are in the "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die".The people that made this list rode the short bus 3 days a weekI find it hard to believe that the top 5 albums were all Radiohead and the Beatles. Maybe i'm just being cynical.One of the worst lists i've seen. There is no Saga albums. The few songs I heard, I mostly liked, but never enough for me to go buy one of his albums. ktechrebate.com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. https://www.amazon.com/All-Time-Top-1000-Albums/dp/0753502585 https://www.amazon.com/All-Time-1000-Albums-Colin-Larkin/dp/0753503549 Or less alarmingly, it kind of feels like when you’re stuck with a roommate or friend who insists on playing you ‘their music’ and you just know you’re going to hate it but have to pretend otherwise. Or at the very least it has been on in the background or people have tried to make me enjoy it and failed. It’s about time I found something I’ll love though. Only one way to find out.There’s meant to be some Untitled stuff at the end of the album, but I’m not going hunting for it now. Buy a cheap copy of All Time Top 1000 Albums book by Colin Larkin. There are a few good ones, but the general format is ‘cute girl/gangsta rap fan listens to Metallica/Iron Maiden/Nightwish/Megadeth and is amazed that people can play instruments/write those lyrics/sing that way, and how they have never heard of it before. Also, this list does not have nearly enough metal albums. To get some focus, I decided to go to 2000 Edition of ‘Colin Larkin’s All Time Top 1000 Albums’ because it looks fairly comprehensive (and there are a few extra sections listing top 100 albums by genre which cover selections left out of the main 1000 which I will also try to cover).
All Time Top 1000 Albums: The Worlds Most Authoritative Guide to the Perfect Record Collection by Colin Larkin.
Well, that post title was a mouthful worthy of Ron (porn). Exciting times, people! It’s another album I know zero about by a band who have had a few singles I’ve enjoyed and a few I have not.