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The Best Albums Of All Time, (In My Opinion)

J. Finegold "JRF"
 
The Doors [Expanded] [40th Anniversary Mixes]
The Doors [Expanded] [40th Anniversary Mixes]
"The best album ever. Simply, shockingly, amazingly good. Every single track is a classic. My personal favourite being the great, jazzy, improvisation, genius that is "Light My Fire". Astounding album."
The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground & Nico
"An orgy. This psychedelic, deranged, perverted sound that Lou Reed gives is astonishing. Never sold well in it's time but it's finally been recognised for what it is...genius."
Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Songs Of Leonard Cohen
"This album makes me weak at the knees. Not a single bad moment on the whole album. Intensely deep lyrics by the greatest lyricist of all time - Leonard Cohen. Fantastic and shockingly under rated."
Blonde On Blonde
Blonde On Blonde
"Amazing. Bob Dylan always has something good to offer, but this is the cherry on the delicately iced sponge cake with a creamy/jammy filling. Another fantastic lyricist and simply awesome sounds."
The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
"Amazing. The musical version of Syd Barret's insane mind. The best possible debut album for a band such as Pink Floyd. "Flaming" and "Interstellar Overdrive" are the best of the album. A stunner."
Faust
Faust
"Often expells belief. Utterly deranged Krautrock which never fails to impress. Under rated and unheard of by most. A truly epic mesh of great sounds. Shockingly good."
Electric Ladyland
Electric Ladyland
"Hendrix's finest. Another album where every sound is delightful. Hendrix's personal favourite too. "1983" and "Voodoo Child" are the long epics that sell the album. Fantastic!"
Trout Mask Replica
Trout Mask Replica
"An album that is more often than not, unexplainable. A "Marmite Album", you either love it or dismiss it as the worst album ever. It is innovative with sweetly deranged insanity. A must!"
In the Court of the Crimson King
In the Court of the Crimson King
"True progressive rock. As progressive rock as progressive rock gets. Supremely fantastic. My personal favourite is "I Talk To The Wind". A stunning debut by King Crimson."
Wish You Were Here
Wish You Were Here
"The best of the "classic" Pink Floyd. A super sequel to their classic "The Dark Side Of The Moon". A very consistent album and again, not a bad moment. All 5 songs are classics."
Modern Dance
Modern Dance
"An under rated classic. Truly epic with impressive yet unusal vocal performances. A lot is to be learned from this album and it is a must-listen!"
Loveless
Loveless
"Simply amazing. This album's chaotic sound is stunning and gave music a make over. It is like a scream in the night, another must-listen."
Abbey Road
Abbey Road
"A lot of you might be shocked that the first Beatles album of the list is this low down and that it isn't Sgt. Pepper! Tough. The Fab 4's best and a cracking album, the medley at the end is fantastic!"
The River
The River
"A supreme work. Definately Springsteen's finest. This album has everything needed of an album. It is full of catchy songs. This album is a generic sound turned unique."
Strange Days
Strange Days
"Smashing album. The Doors can certainly pull off an amazing album. A stunning sequel to their first self-titled album. The epic "When The Music's Over" never fails to impress, nor does the rest."
Highway 61 Revisited
Highway 61 Revisited
"Another classic by Bob Dylan! Containing the classic "Like A Rolling Stone", the mysterious "Ballad Of A Thin Man", and the personal "Desolation Row". An album of personal lyrics and great sounds."
Exodus
Exodus
"Reggae's first appearance on the list and the legendary Bob Marley's finest work. Full of classic songs and another album where every moment is good. Such a beauty of an album."
Zen Arcade
Zen Arcade
"Fantastic album. A punk nightmare. The final track, the long, epic "Reoccuring Dreams" completely clinches the album as one of the best. It is a sonic genius album."
Revolver
Revolver
"The Beatles' second best album. An album packed with catchy tunes like the famous "Yellow Submarine" and of course the futuristic, timeless, psychedelic classic - "Tomorrow Never Knows". A fab album."
Are You Experienced
Are You Experienced
"The Jimi Hendrix Experience's debut album, and what an album. Hendrix's stunning guitar playing never ceases to amaze me. A must for Hendrix fans and general rockers alike."