Here I write about the most influential and groundbreaking music ever made. This section of the blog focuses on albums released before the year 2000 and dives into the artists and albums that started, carried on, and shaped music into what we know today. This section is less restricted than the ‘modern’ section and I cover just about any album, regardless of genre.
The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ (1969)
The Beatles’ went back into the studio to rectify the disaster of the ‘get back’ sessions and yielded yet another timeless record.
David Bowie’s ‘Aladdin Sane’ (1973)
Here Bowie takes his alter ego to America, with incredible results
Patti Smith’s ‘Horses’ (1975)
The ground breaking debut album from the Chicago born song writer. The influence this album has had cannot be overstated. (COMING SOON)
Kate Bush’s ‘Hounds of Love’ (1985)
Kate Bush’s fifth and most successful album. ‘Hounds of Love’ marks the point at which Bush finds her individuality as well as her musical niche.
Oasis’ ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (1995)
Seen all over the world as Oasis’ masterpiece, this album features countless timeless anthems.
The Stone Roses’ ‘The Stone Roses’ (1989)
The inspirational album that brought a poppy, feel good sound back into the British musical landscape.
Pulp’s ‘His ‘n’ Hers’ (1994)
This album, released by the Sheffield indie rock legends, might just be the best album of the Britpop period. (COMING SOON)
Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ (1973)
Often viewed as the progressive rock record, Dark Side of the Moon spent an incredible 736 weeks in the Billboard Charts.
The Velvet Underground’s ‘Velvet Underground & Nico’ (1967)
The ground breaking album that could be pointed at as the beginnings of punk rock.