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Moby has an uncanny way of capturing a mood and a tone, no matter what it is. This album takes you from sad to introspective to pop—and back again—several times. It's no surprise his work has been featured in films and that critics appreciate his work. Take a listen and see if you do too!
No matter if you give the gift of flowers, jewelry, or chocolates this Valentine’s Day, don’t be afraid to mix a little Al Green in there too.
Everyone seems to agree this was the best ELO album of all time and deserves more credit for changing the landscape of music history (and you may notice many of these tracks have been sampled by more modern artists, too).
If Rita Ora isn't on your radar yet, she should be. With collaborations with heavy hitters like Avicii, Cardi B and Ed Sheeran just to name a few, this album deserves the great reviews. She's just scratching the surface of her success as a music star so keep your eyes—and ears—oh the lookout.
Toys In The Attic peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 and spawned three commercial singles. That may not seem like a big feat, but since it was only nine tracks total, and two of the songs are beyond iconic even to this day, it’s a pretty big deal—and well worth a listen.
After a couple of lackluster releases, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones took the world by storm with Let's Face It. It’s now been referred to as a “quintessential piece of the 90’s” and it's ska sound makes it that much more unique.
Critically, this album was anointed as a masterpiece and it had major influence. Krist Novoselic even thanked them as “paving the way” for Nirvana so it might be one of the best bands you haven't listened to.
Spoiler alert: this album is one of, if not the most popular holiday album in the United States the last two decades. Listening today to understand why. If it hasn't been on your radar, it likely should be.
Between STP, Velvet Revolver, and a couple other makeshift bands, Scott Weiland’s music persists everywhere. With so many hits to his credit, you can’t go too many days without hearing something he wrote, but today’s entry doesn’t come from any of his bands—it’s Scott running solo and putting his spin on Christmas standards you know and love.
Unlike most yuletide albums, Christmas Caravan consists mostly of original Squirrel Nut Zippers material, and not just regurgitated standards done in a unique style. Like all of their music—which is usually swing—this album is delightfully different and worth a listen.
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