A Night At The Opera – Queen

Jason: What is your history with Queen? Brad: Well, I’ve always liked them since I was a little- Jason: -’cause I’ll tell you mine. I have never been a fan. Some songs are okay but overall I never loved them. Brad: I know you don’t like them because over the past 21 years together you…

Pet Sounds – The Beach Boys

Released May 16, 1966 this barely broke the top 10 Billboard in the US but soared to the top of the UK charts and stayed there for months. It was hailed as the most progressive pop album ever at the time and is now considered to be one the most influential albums of all time.…

The Queen Is Dead – The Smiths

Released June 16, 1986 this is the third album by The Smiths. It reached #2 on the charts and stayed there for 22 weeks. It is certified Gold in the US and Platinum in the UK. It has a 99/100 cumulative rating on Metacritic and was named as “The greatest album of all-time” by NME.…

Let It Bleed – Rolling Stones

Released December 5, 1969 this was their tenth American and eighth British studio album. The album charted at number 3 in the US and while no singles charted several became staples in their repertoire and since been classified as two of the best songs ever recorded, that being the first and last on the album.…

The Joshua Tree – U2

Released March 9, 1987 this was the fifth studio album by U2, and featured a harder edged sound than the previous four. It went to the top of the charts in 20 countries and was the fastest selling album in UK history. Joshua Tree propelled U2 into superstardom and has since sold over 25 million…