||Pink Floyd - "Dark Side of the Moon"
Concept album released in 1973; this album is
widely considered to be one of the most complete musical experiences on
record. Easily my favorite album. For a live version, see "P*U*L*S*E"
||Pink Floyd - "The Wall"
Perhaps the most complete album ever recorded,
The Wall tells the tale of Pink, a rock star who slowly builds a wall in
his mind, cutting himself off from the world. Meant to be listened to
from start to finish.
Also worth listening to is the live version, "Is
There Anybody Out There?"
||Led Zeppelin - "Led Zeppelin IV"
Black Dog, Rock and Roll, When the Levee Breaks,
Stairway to Heaven. Just a few of the incredible songs on what may be
Led Zeppelin's finest work.
||The Beatles - "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club
Widely considered to be the Beatles Magnum Opus,
this album broke new new ground in the music world and is considered to
be one of the most influential albums ever. Rolling Stone magazine rated
it the #1 album of all time.
||AC/DC - "Back in Black"
The first album released after the death of their original singer,
Bon Scott; this record contains some of AC/DC's biggest hits and went on
to become one of the highest selling albums of all time.