Sympathy for the Record Industry, 2001. The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. This is the heaviest rock album the P-Funk ever created, but it also made room for the acoustic-guitar funk of Can You Get to That.
Most exciting rock’n’roll is made by people in their 20s for people in their teens. It’s like a note slid under our bedroom doors by our big brothers and sisters, that says everything will be alright: we will get laid, we will fall in love, we will get high, our parents won’t rule our lives forever. The Clash gave us all that – and then so much more. For many Iron Maiden fans, Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son, their seventh studio album, released in 1988, is the greatest record the band ever recorded. Others will disagree, of course, but even they would accept that it’s one of the most sparkling jewels in the band’s vast catalogue that includes a wealth of gems.
Sympathy for the Record Industry, 2001.
One of the greatest debut albums of all time, Hendrix announced his arrival on the scene with this record, which showcased his songwriting ability, virtuoso guitar skills and his not inconsiderable vocal skills - about which Hendrix was famously shy. It refined what was possible in rock, showcasing new sounds, new ideas, and a host of phenomenal songs. 10 tracks of no-nonsense rock and roll with riffs a-plenty, the most solid rhythm section in rock, and Scott’s vocals blasting over the top: a fitting goodbye. Key Track:Highway To Hell. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Rust Never Sleeps. Arguably Young's greatest album, his beautiful melodies and lyrical brilliance shine out through all the album's nine tracks. Key Track:Powderfinger. AC/DC - Back In Black.
Perhaps the greatest title track in American rock and roll and the greatest opening track, "Thunder Road. Poetry disguised as rock songs, written, played, arranged and sung by a 24 year-old music fanatic who was, as he put it, taking his shot at the title. Punk rock for classic rock lovers? A double-album sashay through just about every rock music genre, with lyrics so brilliant they’ll make you giggle. Duane Allman! This is blues music sieved through classic rock and Beatles-inspired melodies; raw, tortured and exquisite. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad? Bell Bottom Blues and a searing version of Little Wing provide some visceral answers to looming metaphysical questions, as does pretty much every song on this perfect record. Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd.
By many it is considered the greatest rock n'roll album of all time. Though the Stones are absolutely are absolutely one of the best ever bands ever, this is their only album which is perfect from the first to the last second. Let It Bleed is also good, but this is the Stones finest.
Night of the Rock-N-Roll Rumble 11. Tokyo (Under Siege) 12. Shotdown, Dragout Finally, on one LP the All American Psycho 10" and Sounds of Mayhem 7". These songs were written to be on The Baseball Furies debut LP, but they decided to be the one of the first releases on Big Neck Records so recorded the Sounds of Mayhem 7" in Buffalo and history was made. Got it. + add. album.