ROB’S WALL OF MUSIC TOP 25 ALBUMS OF 2015!
My decision to start things back up here was a bit late to write full reviews for every single album on my list. 2015 had some really great albums, especially in a time when some naysayers think the album as an art form is dying. Some of these entered late in the game. For some of these that I have reviewed, my opinions have improved about some of the iffy tracks on the albums. Time can do that. The ones that are newer, sadly have not yet had a chance to benefit from as many repeat listens. I do plan on really getting things going again at the start of the new year, with a full review of Prince’s new album (at #2) when I can squeeze it in around holiday festivities. Thank you all for sticking with me and I hope you all have a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Festive Yule, or just a nice peaceful end of the year surrounded by those you hold dear.
1. Twenty One Pilots – Blurryface
2. Prince – HITnRUN: Phase Two
3. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – S/T
4. David Gilmour – Rattle That Lock
5. Prince – HITnRUN: Phase One
6. Duran Duran – Paper Gods
7. Muse – Drones
8. Florence + The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
9. Big Data – 2.0
10. Disclosure – Caracal
11. Billy Gibbons and the BFG Band – Perfectamundo
12. Awolnation – Run
13. Alabama Shakes – Sound and Color
14. Marilyn Manson – The Pale Emperor
15. Chvrches – Every Open Eye
16. Puscifer – Money Shot
17. The Prodigy – The Day Is My Enemy
18. Adele – 25
19. Nate Ruess – The Grand Romantic
20. Brandon Flowers – The Desired Effect
21. New Order – Music Complete
22. Thunderbitch – S/T
23. The Weeknd – Beauty Behind The Madness
24. Five Finger Death Punch – Got Your Six
25. Janet Jackson – Unbreakable
Thank You for sharing this. ALWAYZ interested in your opinions on music!
can’t wait to read your review of HnRp2.
Merry Xtraloveable and Happy 2Y. 2D.!
Stumbled onto your blog when searching for album art for my iTunes library. Read a few things so I figured I’d leave a comment so you knew that people were still reading your older posts. Oddly – last week I discovered the Marilyn Manson – The Pale Emperor album when looking through Amazon Prime music, and I was shocked that it was a really fantastic collection of songs. Anyhow, in two years I’ll be discovering albums that are great from 2017 I guess.