I believe mine is Ride the Lightning by Metallica. I can listen to this album over and over again. The first four songs have so many different change of paces.
Just listen to the intros:
Fight Fire with Fire: Acoustic, then fast riffing
Ride the Lightning: Bombastic dual guitars and drumming/bass combination
For Whom the Bell Tolls: Heavy slow riffing, and electric bass
Fade to Black: Acoustic with an opening electric solo
Among my first favorite albums as a child; Elton John's "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy," and Stevie Wonder's "Songs in the Key of Life."
Now, there are simply too many to name. But at this immediate moment in time, I woke up this morning with about 4 Billy Squier songs racing through my head at once. So I'm seriously hoping there's a "Billy Squier's Greatest Hits that I can download into my MP3. Quick. Before I go insane.
Relaxation=Dark Side of the Moon-Pink Floyd
Work out Jams=The Razors Edge-AC/DC, Rocky Movie Soundtrack-Various
Favorite Indie Rock=Juno Movie Soundtrack-Various
Awesome Bass=Kill Em' All-Metallica, Renegades-Rage Against the Machine
Recapturing my Childhood= Jagged Little Pill-Alanis Morissette, No Need to Argue-The Cranberries, Zero- Smashing Pumpkins
I love anything by Pink Floyd,but my favorite album is by a 1/4 of it. Roger Waters ,
"Amused to Death",especially the 2nd song "What God Wants , God Gets".
It's a concept album about aliens observing us and our fascination with war.The aliens observe that we now see war as a kind of "entertainment"on TV etc and that we are in danger of amusing ourselves to death.
"Alexandra, I'm going to try. I will first deal with possible communication problems.
In every attempt at communication, thoughts have to pass through several "screens" (a Zen idea), and at any of these screens errors can harm the…"