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Performer: The Hamburg Rock Band
Title: The Best Ever Rock Covers
Style: Punk, New Wave, Psychedelic Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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The album was designed by Desmond Strobel, while Worthington conceived the cover concept with the band. 014. 051. 38. Nicki Minaj, 'The Pinkprint' (2014). Nicki Minaj has always embraced her inner weirdo, extending her limbs on the cover of her debut album Pink Friday and splashing her face with paint for its sequel. With Smith describing her look as Sinatra-like, all elements combined to create one of the greatest album covers (and rock photographs) ever. 050. 2. The Beatles, 'Abbey Road' (1969). Does any other album cover on this list stop traffic? It's a testament to the lasting impression of this street-crossing photo that hundreds of fans re-create it every day outside Abbey Road Studios.

Picking the best rock albums is pretty much an impossible task. For many Iron Maiden fans, Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son, their seventh studio album, released in 1988, is the greatest record the band ever recorded. Others will disagree, of course, but even they would accept that it’s one of the most sparkling jewels in the band’s vast catalogue that includes a wealth of gems.

We’ve stuck, in the main, with rock and pop, because the jazz arena is so full of wonderful covers that we’re going to do a separate jazz 10. hink of all those lovely Blue Note, Verve, Prestige and Impulse cover. nyway, back to the matter in hand. Absolutely right! Tubular Bells is one of the best ever; much better than the Top 100! Reply.

Rock The Greatest Album Covers of All Time. Originally by Ranker Community. Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom and on 1 October 1969 in the United States. The recording sessions for the album were the last in which all four Beatles participated. Although Let It Be was the final album that the Beatles completed before the band's dissolution in April 1970, most of the album had been recorded before the Abbey Road sessions began

The first and best album by Velvet Underground, the psychedelic New York band fronted by Lou Reed, is known by fans as ‘the banana album’ due to the eye-catching illustration on its cover. This fruity drawing was the work of Pop Art icon Andy Warhol, who happened to be the group’s manager, while the cover was designed by Acy R. Lehman. Nevermind by Nirvana has one of the most unusual and memorable covers of all time. At the beginning of the 1990s, it seemed like rock music was starting to go stale and repeat itself. Then came grunge, which brought everything back to its basics and acted like a big 'reset' button, just as punk had done two decades earlier. Nirvana's second album brought grunge into the mainstream, following the success of their number one hit Smells Like Teen Spirit.

The album which introduced the world to the shamanic genius of Doors frontman Jim Morrison and which was probably the best record they made. Their psychedelic sound, rocking tracks and Morrison's poetic lyrics set them out from the crowd, and nobody could argue with songs as good as Break On Through (To The Other Side), Light My Fire and the epic album closer The End, which was later to be used to mesmerising effect in Apocalypse Now. Key Track:Light My Fire. With Rod Stewart now indulging in easy listening covers and the like, it's easy to forget that he always had an effortlessly powerful rock voice. Nowhere was it better showcased that on this record, his third solo album, which featured guest appearances from fellow members of The Faces throughout. A great rock vocalist at the top of his game.

Criteria: These Greatest Rock Albums were chosen for their Popularity, Influence, and Musical Impact. This list includes 'Studio', 'Live', and 'Soundtrack' albums. Off the Wall (1979) - Michael Jackson 73. Achtung Baby (1991) - U2 74. The Band (1969) - The Band 75. Stand! (1969) - Sly & The Family Stone 76. From Elvis In Memphis (1969) - Elvis Presely 77. Metallica (The Black Album) (1991) - Metallica 78. Sticky Fingers (1971) - The Rolling Stones 79. Synchronicity (1983) - The Police 80.

Ever! is a compilation album brand from Circa Records (trading under the 'strategic marketing' brand name of EMI/Virgin Records). Ever! et., however on a number of indie music collections the genre aspect was replaced by a full list of artist names.

Funny enough, the band was from Los Angeles, and none of the musicians had ever been to the Hub when the song came out. A classic of the form with an instantly recognizable guitar riff, Dirty Water is easily the best-known song on the band’s 1966 album by the same name. Even so, Rari deserves a nod for its organ vamp and airy backing vocals, while Pride & Devotion channels the Byrds channeling Bob Dylan. 36. Coathangers: Suck My Shirt (2014) The Coathangers kick off their fourth album of elemental punk and garage rock with Follow Me, a burst of slashing guitar and brutal, stomping drums. It manages to convey both the relentless energy of primitive punk rock and an endlessly listenable charm. Formed before they ever learned their instruments, the band that made a splash with Nestle in My Boobies pushed the jokiness out of their music, but without losing that attitude.

The top 100 progressive rock records as chosen by writer, DJ and prog-rock nut Stefan Turner. 1 – 25 из 100. Предыдущая. Arguably the first ever prog-rock record, King Crimson's mellotron-soaked debut still has the power to shock and surprise allmost half-a-century after it's release. Issued in 1969, 'In The Court Of The Crimson King' remains Crimson's finest LP.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Cover Me
Written By – Bruce Springsteen
2 Brown Sugar
Written By – Keith Richards, Mick Jagger
3 You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
Written By – Randy Bachman
4 Summer Of '69
Written By – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance
5 The Final Countdown
Written By – Joey Tempest
6 Livin' On A Prayer
Written By – Desmond Child, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora
7 Say You Will
Written By – Lou Gramm, Mick Jones
8 Sledgehammer
Written By – Peter Gabriel
9 Love Is A Battlefield
Written By – Holly Knight, Mike Chapman
10 Centrefold
Written By – Seth Justman
11 Bad Of Roses
Written By – Bon Jovi
12 We Will Rock You
Written By – Brian May
13 Radar Love
Written By – Barry Hay, George Kooymans
14 Layla
Written By – Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon
15 Dirty White Boy
Written By – Lou Gramm, Mick Jones
16 Legs
Written By – Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard
17 War
Written By – Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield
18 2-4-6-8 Motorway
Written By – Tom Robinson

Credits

  • Performer – The Hamburg Rock Band

Notes

Total time: 70:17

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