1. Rodeiguez – Cold Fact
To be honest this was not common in Canada at all but I managed to hear it and I managed to get the record.

2. Iron Maiden – Number of the Beast
Set me on the road to being a metal fan for the rest of my days. I do span the gambit with music, going all over the place with what I like, but classic metal is still my most loved music style.

3. Devo – Are We Not Men?
Well the moment I heard this I was like WTF was that, I need this. I had not heard anything like it being our radio stations where all country and classic rock. I was in the computer lab and a classmate put this on and I was WOW.

4. Kraftwerk – Man Machine
Another thing when I heard it I was instantly in love with it and it once again changed how I saw the world of music.

5. Nigel Mazlyn Jones - Ship to Shore
Same story here, I loved the lyrics and I loved the music.

6. Chris De Burgh – Man on the Line
To say the least from the moment I heard him sing I was hooked. His voice is golden and his lyrics are magic worlds painted for you in song form. I've got literally every CD he's ever released and in the day I had several LP's.

7. Plasmatics – Final Days (Anthems for the Apocalypse)
Mom was kind of pissy when I took the first record of theirs I got home. The cover was almost soft core porn and she wanted me to get rid of it, but Dad said I could have it. This one however came later and I really sank into the punk hole with it.

8. Kiss – Dynasty
Well you can't have lived in the 70's and not heard literally everywhere Kiss being played. It was even on our local radio station and it was owned by a church at the time. This is just my favorite album of theirs and it got me into the glam rock thing.

9. Eagles – One of These Nights.
This was given to me on Christmas and I for some stupid reason did not know who the hell they where. So my cousins and I went down and put it on the stereo and I was in awe at the style. It was country rock and so darn clean and smooth. I just loved it.

10. Dr. Hook – Timeless
It's 1975 and a friend plays me "Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball" and I'm like what the actual hell. I love this. Then I got the LP and every single song on it was amazing to me in a different way. It was the first album I got that had music on it that was kink related. Later in life it had new meaning to me when I revisited it.


Most Popular In Last 30 Days

Shady AF Web Pages

Fix Windows 10 Not Shutting Down All The Way

Samsung A53 Weirdness

Coffee and Pills

NO... You will not see who is looking at your Facebook Page, DON'T CLICK IT