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Andrew Bloor's Personal favourite albums

Mr. A. L. J. Bloor
 
Music from Big Pink
Music from Big Pink
"One of the best debuts ever, such a contrast from the psychedelic music that was so prominent around that period"
The Fat of the Land
The Fat of the Land
"One of those albums that is perfect from start to finish, never get tired of listening to it"
The Band
The Band
"A great collection of songwriting/playing from a band at the top of their game"
Tommy
Tommy
"Not the first rock opera, but one where the playing is brilliant throughout, this set them on their way to the major league"
Live At Leeds
Live At Leeds
"The greatest live album ever..period! It's like a jet engine going off in your speakers, again the playing is brilliant throughout"
Funhouse [Deluxe Edition]
Funhouse [Deluxe Edition]
"Probably the best rock 'n' roll album ever, which is how they should all be recorded, live in the studio"
Blue
Blue
"This record totally changed my mind about female singer/songwriters, it just blew me away the first time I heard it, brilliant voice."
Closer
Closer
"A dark album, one it rocks and for me better than their debut"
Plastic Ono Band
Plastic Ono Band
"One of the most personal set of songs ever committed to tape, stark yet brilliant"
Rubber Soul
Rubber Soul
"Hard to pick just one of many great albums, but this is where the songwriting really matured"
Seventeen Seconds
Seventeen Seconds
"An under-rated album by Robert and the boys, sounds like not a lot going on, but less is more on this record"
Pink Moon
Pink Moon
"One of the starkest, yet poigniantly effective albums ever made, short at 28 mins long, but for me it's Nick's best record"
John Wesley Harding
John Wesley Harding
"Not every song on here is great, but it was the first Dylan album that I loved straightaway"
Rumours
Rumours
"Not hard to see why this sold over 30m copies. One the best albums of pure pop/rock ever made, i don't care if it's not hip to admit it, these songs are timeless!"
All Mod Cons
All Mod Cons
"Paul Weller's best collection of songs on one mega album, only now is English Rose being fully appreciated as a truly great song"
Tumbleweed Connection
Tumbleweed Connection
"Discovered this in my Dad's record collection years ago, didnt even know Elton's career went that far back at the time, so glad I listened to this though, his best and still most underrated record"
The Holy Bible
The Holy Bible
"The first album to make me really think about the darker subject matters in life, a blast of punk/metal with brilliant lyrics"
Definitely Maybe
Definitely Maybe
"One of the most exciting debuts ever, and great attitude from Liam"
Never Mind the Bollocks: Here's the Sex Pistols
Never Mind the Bollocks: Here's the Sex Pistols
"Probably THE most exciting debut ever, with great songs, attitude and nastiness"
Animals
Animals
"For me, the Floyd's best work post-Syd, mainly for David Gilmour's guitar work"
Rage Against The Machine
Rage Against The Machine
"One of the best combinations of rap/hard rock around, rocks like a beast, with great political lyrics"
MURMUR
MURMUR
"Their debut and probably the best album they did up until Automatic for the People. Hasnt dated one bit"
Siamese Dream
Siamese Dream
"This, not Mellon Collie, is their best album, by a country mile in my eyes, so much more concise and not as overblown"
A Northern Soul
A Northern Soul
"Easily their best album, a mixture of the 1st and 3rd albums, and everyone's a winner"
Word Gets Around
Word Gets Around
"Great debut, with the best songwriting of Kelly's career, shame he couldnt keep it up after the second album. Remember them when they were good!"