pain cake Posted August 30, 2007 Share Posted August 30, 2007 For me I have 3 in particularAerosmith - Aerosmith: I've said it millions of times, and I believe it is Aerosmith's best; they truly got it right the first time but didn't get enough recognition for it. They got the classics of Dream on and Mama Kin along with a perfectly balanced album that just fucking grooves. It is totally void of the generic raunch ridden lyrics that fill their so called "masterpieces" of Toys in the Attic and Rocks, which in my opinon are pure displeasures to listen to.Joe Strummer & The Mascaleros - Global a-go-go: Former Clash frontman Joe Strummer gave music 3 more albums before his unfortunate death, and the best product was this album. Featuring a more modern variety of over-dubs made famous in prior work such as his London Calling album, this album is balanced with strange sounds and cool ballads, most well known, the song Mondo Bongo, featured in the film Mr. and Mrs. Smith. This album can make you groove, make you feel and make you think, the true makings of a masterpiece that fell through the cracks.Kings of Leon - Aha, Shake Heartbreak: Kings of Leon have 3 albums, their most recent, Because of the Times, released earlier this year with the hit "On Call", but any Kings of Leon fan will tell you this is their best. When I thought about it, I realised how perfect this album is. Backed by their hits such as Four Kicks, King of the Rodeo and The Bucket, and containing a predominant amount of fan favourites, it is truly a spectacular album of the times.Just needed to get that off my chest, and I really wanna hear about some new stuff Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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