The 5 Greatest Albums of All Time

The 5 Greatest Albums of All Time

Of course, such a list is completely subjective.
This list will be different for everyone, based on personal taste, musical interests, upbringing, environment, and tons of other factors.

On the other hand, it’s interesting to see on many forums, Quora and music sites, that there are certain albums that keep being mentioned a lot across the board, when someone asks “What Are the Greatest Albums of All Time”.

As turns out, many of these albums also happen to be many of my favorite albums.
There is no way I could limit it to 5, but if I could choose 16 of what I think are the best albums ever recorded, my list would be following:

A Night At The Opera – Queen

Sgt Pepper’s Hearts Club Band – The Beatles

Abbey Road – The Beatles

Images and Words Thriller – Michael Jackson

Songs In The Key of Life – Stevie Wonder

Innervisions – Stevie Wonder

Frampton Comes Alive – Peter Frampton

Close To The Edge – Yes

Sign O The Times (or Purple Rain) – Prince

Are You Experienced – Jimi Hendrix.

Kid Charlemagne – Steely Dan

Dark Side of The Moon – Pink Floyd

Moving Pictures – Rush

Queen II – Queen

Van Halen (first album) – Van Halen

If you have a list of your favorite albums, or what you think are the best albums ever recorded, by all means share it in the comments below.
I would love to check it out.

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