The list author says: "As I tour the country w/ my canadian homie manafest, I get asked this question all the time. So these albums I could leave on repeat, and listen to for hours, I'm going to give you the honest answer, so here it is."
"this ablum marks a special time in my life. I think that moby is brillant, and did more for electronic music then he gets credit for. Don't pigeon hold him to his radio hits, the last 9 tracks on this record are near perfect."
"its SO hard for me to pick just '1' rush record. I choose this one because they played 2112 life start to finish in the concert. Plus, if your lucky or bought it when it came out it has a 3rd cd which is a live recording from 1978. Nice to hear such an old show remastered, its a deep one, but this badn also goes beyond the few songs you hear on regular radio."
"I was tempted to put a Greatest Hits, but, this IS my favorite Pink Floyd album. I am really like REALLY tired of Darkside and The Wall, this album still holds my attention and stands up to those other classics."
"I will admit, this is a recent add to the top 20. What a facinating man, and I don't care if you like his voice or not. He writes incredible songs and his bio pick is spellbinding.(*I know you didn't get it, but that is because what you know about him could fill a thimble)."
"One of the most underrated U2 records. I know that War & Blood Red are really important to me, but kinda like Pink Floyd, I have worn them out, so this is the record I reach for these days, plus it shows how we got into the season of those other 2 amazing classics."
"There are many schools of thought on who started rap metal. I like this record so much, I didn't get/understadn Paul's when it came out. I was listening to so much metal at the time(*see my other list-o-maina).This album is a hip/hop rock record. Even has dashes of true school punk thrown in for good measure."
"Entroducing is a better record, but this is the one to really listen too, it has things about that are just as good and better then Entroducing. I love this album, I saw & met him when it came out, its so deep you really have to loose yourself in it."
"I've said this before, and I mean it with all my heart. Christians & non-Christans alike. If you "think" your metal, or if you "think" your hardcore, and you have not heard this or own it, I have bad news, your not. This album secretly altered music history, I pick this as my favorite Christian Rock/Punk?metal album of all time."
"I was too young to really know Sex Pistols & Blag Flag, but this is the first punk record I ever got. It was a tough call between this and a revernd horton heat record, but I have to go with what opened my eyes to punk, here it is."