The list author says: "While I love the iPod for the convenience of taking a large quantity of music with you, I hate it for what it has done to people's listening habits. Yes, it's nice to create your own radio station, but some albums beg to be heard in their entirety, on a stereo system that actually pushes air around a room. The difference is amazing, and never more so when you have the opportunity to hear it in a surround mix. Some of the best I've heard are the Talking Heads catalog, Steely Dan's Gaucho, Tommy, by the Who, Roxy Music's Avalon, and (of course) Dark Side of the Moon (an album I swore I never wanted to hear again). But there are so many possibilities..."