A few days ago I posted this question on Facebook: What is your favourite album of all time?
I have heard the album a few times in the past and thought it was an interesting question, so I asked my friends and they were all equally surprised.
The people who didn’t get the question right didn’t realise I asked them, and so my friends who got it right were more likely to reply.
What you will find in this article is the answer to that question.
But before you get to that, I want to share with you a little bit of advice I got from the people who answered my question: If you want to be able to answer this question correctly, you have to answer it correctly.
If you can’t, you are not really a music publisher at all.
If that’s the case, then I can’t recommend you listen to anything you write.
So what are the most popular albums of all-time?
The question was prompted by a post by one of my friends on Facebook, whose post got the most shares and comments.
The post is titled: The 10 best albums of the last decade.
Here’s the response: I’m glad you asked that, because that was the most common answer I got.
It was a question that was asked over and over and it was also the most often answered.
It’s also probably the most correct answer.
So there you have it, the 10 best records of the decade.
So let’s look at the top 10.
The Strokes: This is a fantastic album.
It has everything.
The hooks are fantastic, the melodies are great and the songs are incredible.
If the Strokes were in the 1980s, you’d have them on the list.
The Cure: This album was a huge success, selling millions of records around the world.
There’s no doubt about it, The Cure is one of the greatest albums of our time.
The Killers: This one is very close to being the best.
The music is great and I love the lyrics.
It really is a classic album.
Pink Floyd: The band is legendary, but there’s also a lot of good stuff in this album.
This is one I could recommend.
Madonna: I loved this album so much I wrote this blog post about it.
I am sure you will agree.
It is one that I think is worth listening to. 6.
The Beach Boys: The Beach Boy’s second album was also a massive success.
It features a lot more music, but the songs still hold up very well.
The Beatles: I’ve said this before, but I think this is one album that should be played at least three times.
The tracks on this album are some of my favourite songs.
David Bowie: Bowie’s last album, which was released in 1979, is still considered one of his best albums.
I think his last album is one to be listened to again and again.
The Eagles: This was the band’s most successful album and one of their best songs.
It still holds up, and I recommend it to anyone who likes rock music.
The Smiths: The Smith, who released this album in 1992, is a very popular band, but it is the one album in their catalogue that I personally really enjoyed.
I was in love with this album all my life.