#NationalAlbumDay

8 Essential Music Albums For All The Audiophiles Out There

By Kristal Bean

For all the people who love music, finding new songs and owning the albums is the best feeling.

So if you are looking for ideas to collect some great albums that you need to get ASAP, then you have come to the right place.

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Here are some essential music albums for you if you love to listen to music.

1. Michael Jackson: Thriller

Whether you were born in the 80s, 70s or 90s, you must have heard the famous thriller by Michael Jackson that still ranks among the top albums of all-time. If you do not have Thriller in your collection until now, you must add it because, without it, your collection will stay incomplete.

It is the timeless debut of the King of Pop. With some great vocal gymnastics, it will not only sound good to your ears but will also sound amazing on any sound system. Do not
forget to plug in your speakers and listen to Thriller now that Halloween is just around the corner.

2. My Bloody Valentines: Loveless

Loveless was ahead of its time as it still remains a futuristic album and the bestselling album of it’s time. Listen to this album at full volume to enjoy it fully.

3. The Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed

The Rolling Stones was part of everyone’s childhood, and its music still remains relevant to this day. Let It Bleed contains some of the greatest, iconic and most memorable songs of the band.

The rock and roll tunes of the album make us want to go back to the late 60s and early 70s when everything was so much simpler than it is now.

4. Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here

Are you really audiophile if you still do not own a copy of Wish You Were Here?

The album Wish You Were Here was released in 1975 and is another traditional addition to Pink Floyd’s songs. If you have not heard Pink Floyd, you need to better start with this album because you will not regret it.

5. The Beatles: Abbey Road

The Beatles do not need any introduction, and neither does their album Abbey Road. There is a tiny chance that any audiophile might not have heard The Beatles, especially the album Abbey Road. Even after many decades, the album remains to be one of the best albums to be ever made
and is a classic.

6. The War On Drugs: A Deeper Understanding

A Deeper Understanding has been re-recorded a lot of times until it reached its perfect form.

7. Kendrick Lamar: DAMN.

DAMN is the word that comes to our mouth when we hear this album. The album rightfully took home the Grammy as the Best Rap Album. With some great features, production, instruments,
and lyrics, ‘Damn.’ is one a must-listen album for anyone who loves to hear songs.

8. Childish Gambino: “Awaken, My Love!”

Childish Gambino here to blow you away with his funk-inspired album! Although redbone is the standout track of the album, all the songs in this album need to be added to your collection.
Get these albums and add them to your collection so you can enjoy them any time you want to.

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.

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