It seems like on a gaming forum people would post about their top 25 games of all time, but I'm gonna do something different. Instead, I will write my Top 25 Albums of all time, going down until we reach my favorite cd of all time.
Each cd will contain my thoughts, why I love it, favorite tracks, and a video (or just a song from youtube).
Perhaps we can get discussion even going in the comments about music and your tastes.
Album: You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
Artist: Death From Above 1979
Little Girl, Blood On Our Hands, Pull Out
This cd will always hold a special place in my heart.
For it was this cd that changed the way I think about music.
I'm not very old, only in High School. But I was in Grade 7 when I bought this cd, during this time I was into Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco. I know... it's embarrassing. But this cd made me realize that music can be more.
Their sound wasn't polished, wasn't pretty, and sounded loud and different. The singer didn't sound like he cared about what some teen girl thought of him.
They wanted to make music and they would make it their way.
The tracks are remember able from the album starting off with the wicked screams of "Turn It Out" to the ending song "Sexy Results" which features much softer much more laid back singing.
also, not important about why I love it but, the band is only bass and drums. Kinda hardcore.
Great cd, listen to it still all the time and it is how I am going to start the series of blog posts. Hope I inspired some of you to check them out.