Dream pop, however, is a little different. The term has meant different things to different audiences at different times, because it was always more of a descriptor than a proper genre. Dream pop elicits blank looks. It’s a construct created after the fact, not a movement associated with a particular time or place or hairstyle. Maybe it’s a category for bands, across recent decades, who are hard to categorize. Galaxie 500 were called a lot of things. New York magazine called us plain soporific.
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Dust is the seventh and final studio album by Screaming Trees, released on June 25, 1996. After an aborted attempt at recording a followup to Sweet Oblivion with producer Don Fleming, the band hired producer George Drakoulias to man the controls for what eventually turned out to be their last album.
The album that sent Paramore global. Displaying songwriting that the most accomplished of artists would be jealous of and still holding onto a feeling of youthful exuberance, this is the definition of modern classic. 13. as IT is - 'Okay. What happens when you combine a message concerning mental health with a vision of paying tribute to the culture of fear that gripped 50's America? You get As It Is' preppy masterpiece. The shape of pop-punk to come. Taking the genre into strange new places, Waterparks' full length debut is a multi-faceted treat for the senses. 11. green day - 'American idiot'. A record for the disgruntled youth that still bangs just as hard. 04. NECK DEEP - 'LIFE'S NOT OUT TO GET YOU' Channelling the greats while still be refreshingly unique, Neck Deep put their foot on the pedal and never looked back with this one. The blueprint for the new age.
17, 1963 - when we combined our two leading pop album album charts for stereo and mono releases into one all-encompassing weekly chart - through Oct. 10, 2015). Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower rungs earning the least. Artists are ranked based on the combined point totals, as outlined above, of all their Hot 100 or Billboard 200 chart entries. The Real Hot 100 Billboard 200 Pop Latin R&B/Hip-Hop Podcasts Chart Beat. How This Chart Works.
More than one album is "arguably the best sounding, produced studio album ever recorded by a pop/rock act". The 'why' can differ. Contrary to most Dark Side lovers, I find the production on Wish You Were Here to be amazing. Historically, Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band has to be looked at - like Wish You Were Here, the creativity that this album displays is quite astounding. The best sounding album by a solo artist would be Thriller by Michael Jackson (Sound Engineer - Bruce Swedien) and by a band would be Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd (Sound Engineer - Alan Parsons).
Arguably the first consistently strong album Fleetwood Mac ever recorded - all the way back into the Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer era, the Mac's albums had previously consisted of individual moments of brilliance in a sea of uninspired filler - 1972's Bare Trees is also the album where the band finally defines its post-blues musical personality
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. Then this solo debut album of razor-sharp dance pop became the first by a female performer to score four Top Five hits, including Girls Just Want to Have Fun and Time After Time. Mott would sound more soulful but never more sexy or glittery.
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John Coltrane – Blue Train (1958). For being such a scion of jazz, it seems a little weird that this is ‘Trane’s only Blue Note album guided by his own hand from start to finish. Yet in honoring a verbal agreement with label founder Alfred Lion he ended up doing the right thing for Blue Note’s reputation, for his own legacy, and for jazz history . And yet here he is, center stage on the title cut and fleshing out Lazy Bird, making hard bop sound easy and raising blues up to the level of joy. – AB. Sonny Clark – Cool Struttin’ (1958).