Top 10 Greatest Albums Of All Time

Top 10 Greatest Albums Of All Time

Legend By Bob Marley And The Wailers(1984):      The album was infused with nuances of song-crafting, political message, and cultural ethnography with songs like 'Redemption' and 'No Woman No Cry'

Nevermind By Nirvana (1991)       Nirvana brought the Punk genre to the mainstream with 'Nevermind.' The riffs, lyrics injected with rage, self-loathing gave tracks like 'Breed', 'Smells like Teen Spirit.'

Illmatic By Nas (1994):       Nas possessed lyrical and storytelling prowess. In the album, the Queensbridge Project artist takes us to the suburbs and the journey of ghettos introducing to crimes, misery, drug abuse, and survival.

Blonde On Blonde (1966)       The album can be characterised by incisive singing, surrealism, and liguistic prowess of Bob Dylan. It is evident in the songs like 'Stuck Inside Of Mobile With Memphis' and 'Blues Again'

Thriller By Michael Jackson (1982)       Jackson and Quincy made the album a 'one-stop-shop' album for the Jazz, R&B, Dance, and Pop enthusiasts. He covered themes like paranoia, fame, and commitment phobia.

Abbey Road By The Beatles (1969)         The band conceived the album when there was a rift between them. However, they were successful in bringing the glory of Rock in it. Be it John Lennon's metal track 'I Want You' or the scrumptiously bitter 'You Never Give Me Your Money', they created the finest album.

Sign O' The Times By Prince (1973)       During the worst phase of life, Prince gave one of the most versatile album of '70s. The mood that 'If I Was Your Girlfriend' ; 'Housequake' was a funk track.

Inversions By Stevie Wonder (1973)       For this album, Stevie went philosopher. He brought spiritualism and surrealism with color and funk. He went political with 'Higher Ground' and 'Too High.'

To Pimp A Butterfly By Kendrick Lamar (2015)       The Pulitzer Prize winning artist brought protest poetry into the mainstream Hip Hop and extended tribute to the music genres emerged from within the Black Community.

Things Fall Apart By The Roots(1999)         The Roots took inspiration from the Spike Lee film 'Mo' Better Blues.' The album is touted as "one of the most cohesive and free-flowing" Hip Hop records of all time.

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