15 Essential Albums

I was tagged recently on FB to list my 15 “essential” albums. I guess these are the albums that I’d have to have with me on a desert island or something. A desert island with a limitless supply of MP3 listening devices and batteries I suppose. But I digress. This is the kind of thing you’re not supposed to put much thought into (thus, the “essential” component), so here are my 15 Essential Albums off the top of my head and in no particular order.

  1. No Line on the Horizon, U2
  2. Emotionalism, The Avett Brothers
  3. A Collision, David Crowder Band
  4. Michael McDermott, Michael McDermott
  5. Abbey Road, The Beatles
  6. White Ladder, David Gray
  7. If There Was A Way, Dwight Yoakam
  8. At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash
  9. This, Lost and Found
  10. Viva la Vida, Coldplay
  11. Hold Time, M. Ward
  12. LOST (Original Television Soundtrack), Michael Giacchino
  13. In Rainbows, Radiohead
  14. Is This It?, The Strokes
  15. Bringing Down the Horse, The Wallflowers
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