I love breaking the rules

Albums That Changed Your View of Music


This is being described as a “tag challenge.” Like, tag, you’re it. Does anyone like being “it”? I think I’d rather be one of the kids hiding behind a tree. 🙂

I can’t think of any certain albums that changed my view of music. Just like most people, I like a variety of music (except Texans, who only like country and western); but I guess the music I listened to when I was young(er) is a reflection of the kind of music I like today.

These are the albums that I remember playing over and over again:

Boston, Boston (1976)

James Taylor, Greatest Hits (1976)

Van Halen, Van Halen (1978)

Escape, Journey (1981)

Prince, Purple Rain (1984)

Garth Brooks, No Fences (1991)

Ten, Pearl Jam (1991)

Stone Temple Pilots, Core (1992)

Soundgarden, Superunknown (1994)

No, there aren’t 16 of them, like the challenge calls for, but if I had to think of more, this would be just like homework.  And I’m not tagging anyone else to be “it,” but you are welcome to join in this fun walk down memory lane.

Break a rule today. 🙂

2 thoughts on “I love breaking the rules

  1. Oh you have some good choices! I especially like your choices of Journey, Prince, Garth Brooks, Pearl Jam (I love the song, Jeremy the most), Stone Temple Pilots and Soundgarden (Black Hole Sun won’t you come?).

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