1. Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
A story is told by this trailer and it’s undoubtedly the most cohesive record of all time. Additionally, it has an answer for its struggles people from work to war or money and pressure. Each song builds off others and as a complete it’s Beautiful! My only knock on the album comes to shoot the tunes as they’re together, and they are not as powerful.
This record is unmatched musical excellence, in detail instrumental invention. I am aware that albums that are ranking is an issue of preference. However, I guess that the Dark Side of the Moon is going to be analyzed 500 years from today as the greatest masterpieces of Shakespeare are researched. It’s peerless a 1 in my book, from this standpoint.
2. Led Zeppelin IV – Led Zeppelin
My favorite record of all time across all music, not stone, and vinyl I bought for my group. Every song may stand alone as one and has its own sound.
Out is your best but maybe not here? Houses of Holy Presence.
That is the best record of all time, 1 it has to paradise. It has become trendy to knock on Stairway, as it is so GOOD among those epics of stone, however, the reason is. And in addition, it includes classics Dark Dog, Rock and Roll, and of course the other ones which are so totally overlooked, Moving to California, Misty Mountain Hop, When the Levee Breaks, etc.. The Drums are all incredible, Black Dog, Four Sticks, and particularly on When the Levee Breaks. The number is amazing also, moving from heavy stone (black puppy, four stix) to amazing acoustic tunes (visiting California, the battle of evermore).
3. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles
The Beatles have a sound unlike any other band and initiated the noises that you hear from Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. I would not assert, If you should state this is the rock album of all time, but some of the songs feel like’experiments’ and abandon a note.
You haven’t anything to say about rock songs if you did not hear this!
This record is as high as it was. Wow, I recall buying this record. It’s still the best album.