431 Nirvana: In Utero (1992)

Everyone knows of Nirvana, but not everyone loves them. I guess you could say I’m in the first group, because although a few of their songs ring a bell and are rather enjoyable to listen to, I really have never

431 Nirvana: In Utero (1992)

Everyone knows of Nirvana, but not everyone loves them. I guess you could say I’m in the first group, because although a few of their songs ring a bell and are rather enjoyable to listen to, I really have never

432 Beck: Sea Change (2002)

Before listening to “Sea Change” my only experience with Beck’s music had been “The Information,” which I clearly remember buying that album on a whim on the day it came out in 2006. (Wow… that’s long time ago. Starting to

432 Beck: Sea Change (2002)

Before listening to “Sea Change” my only experience with Beck’s music had been “The Information,” which I clearly remember buying that album on a whim on the day it came out in 2006. (Wow… that’s long time ago. Starting to

433 No Doubt: Tragic Kingdom (1995)

Yet another album and band that I thought I had never heard but, having grown up in the nineties, could not have escaped if I tried. Giving No Doubt’s “Tragic Kingdom” a listen just put a name to the face,

433 No Doubt: Tragic Kingdom (1995)

Yet another album and band that I thought I had never heard but, having grown up in the nineties, could not have escaped if I tried. Giving No Doubt’s “Tragic Kingdom” a listen just put a name to the face,

434 The Cure: Boys Don’t Cry (1979)

This album was extremely hard to find until I did my research. It turns out that “Boy’s Don’t Cry” was titled as “Three Imaginary Boys” in the UK and Australia, and for some reason this is the version that exists

434 The Cure: Boys Don’t Cry (1979)

This album was extremely hard to find until I did my research. It turns out that “Boy’s Don’t Cry” was titled as “Three Imaginary Boys” in the UK and Australia, and for some reason this is the version that exists

435 Sam Cooke: Live at The Harlem Square (1963)

I had never heard of Sam Cooke before, and altohugh his music isn’t something I would normally throw on to listen to, this was a great album. I was especially impressed by his stage presence and the constant musical cohesion

435 Sam Cooke: Live at The Harlem Square (1963)

I had never heard of Sam Cooke before, and altohugh his music isn’t something I would normally throw on to listen to, this was a great album. I was especially impressed by his stage presence and the constant musical cohesion

436 Boogie Down Productions: Criminal Minded (1987)

Another long break here, which was inspired by the intensely uninspiring work of Boogie Down Productions on their record “Criminal Minded.” Sigh… yet another album on this list that I just couldn’t send into and sent me into a 6

436 Boogie Down Productions: Criminal Minded (1987)

Another long break here, which was inspired by the intensely uninspiring work of Boogie Down Productions on their record “Criminal Minded.” Sigh… yet another album on this list that I just couldn’t send into and sent me into a 6

437 The Pogues: Rum, Sodomy, & the Lash (1978)

The Pogues are a Celtic rock band that is like nothing else on the list so far. This album was produced by Elvis Costello, who really loved their sound and wanted to record the album “to capture them … [before

437 The Pogues: Rum, Sodomy, & the Lash (1978)

The Pogues are a Celtic rock band that is like nothing else on the list so far. This album was produced by Elvis Costello, who really loved their sound and wanted to record the album “to capture them … [before