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02-04-2014, 01:55 AM
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Greatest/Most Prolific Year for Rock Music

I tend to agree with this author that 1984 had to be the year... That or '81. So many good artists all reaching their prime at the same time. It is amazing all the great albums that came out in those years.


Was 1984 rocks greatest year? http://www.rocksongoftheday.com/2014/02/1984-rocks-golden-year.html

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1991

Nirvana - Nevermind (made rock to alternative)
Pearl Jam - Ten (Jeremy was next to Nirvana, everyone loved Black)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sex Magik
Michael Jackson - Dangerous (Black or White)
Metallica - Black
Guns N Roses - Use Your Illusion
Garth Brooks - Ropin the Wind (which made Country a pop genre)
2Pac - 2Pacalypse Now (first album)
Boyz II Men - CooleyhighHarmoney

Those are the albums, none of which crack the top ten in 1991 Billboard songs of the year as this was #1:

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World wasn't ready for music to change as the tide came in.

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Tough.

1956 - December 4 Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash record together at Sun Studios in Memphis,

1967- summer of love..hippies, Beatles - Pepper

1973 - apex of prog...Floyd - dark side...

56 was more about Rock and Roll

67 ushered in "Rock"

1973 was the apex of rock

Check out the list of classics released in 73...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1973_in...lbums_released

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I'll take 1972:

Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie

Transformer by Lou Reed

Talking Book by Stevie Wonder

Roxy Music by Roxy Music

Harvest by Neil Young (and Crazy Horse)

Honky Chateau by Elton John

Lets Stay Together by Al Green

Sail Away by Randy Newman

SomethingAnything by Todd Rundgren

Machine Head by Deep Purple

The Slider by TRex

Will The Circle Be Unbroken by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Im Still In Love With You by Al Green

Exile On Main St by The Rolling Stones

For The Roses by Joni Mitchell

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Second vote for 1991. Not only the albums listed above but:
Gish-The Smashing Pumpkins
Loveless-My Bloody Valentine
Screamadelica-Primal Scream
Spiderland-Slint
Blue Lines-Massive Attack (I define rock and roll very broadly)
Bandwagonesque-Teenage Fanclub

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For me, it's probably 1971. For starters, it headlines with Zeppelin IV and Who's Next. Then you have At Fillmore East, Tapestry, There's a Riot Goin' On, Imagine, Hunky Dory, What's Going On, John Prine, Aqualung, Pearl, Blue, Electric Warrior, Every Picture Tells a Story, Sticky Fingers, A Nod Is as Good as a Wink, 4 Way Street, Nilsson Schmilsson, Tago Mago, Ram, Meddle, Tupelo Honey, Muswell Hillbillies, The Concert for Bangladesh, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Fragile, The Yes Album, Madman Across the Water, and probably some others as well. That was one year.

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02-04-2014, 09:35 AM
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For me, it's probably 1971. For starters, it headlines with Zeppelin IV and Who's Next. Then you have At Fillmore East, Tapestry, There's a Riot Goin' On, Imagine, Hunky Dory, What's Going On, John Prine, Aqualung, Pearl, Blue, Electric Warrior, Every Picture Tells a Story, Sticky Fingers, A Nod Is as Good as a Wink, 4 Way Street, Nilsson Schmilsson, Tago Mago, Ram, Meddle, Tupelo Honey, Muswell Hillbillies, The Concert for Bangladesh, The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Fragile, The Yes Album, Madman Across the Water, and probably some others as well. That was one year.
-71 would be my pick as well. You have to include Master of Reality there, though (unless those were simply your personal favorites).

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Probably 1979 in my book:

The Clash/London Calling
Pink Floyd/The Wall
Bob Marley/Survival
Joy Division/Unknown Pleasures
Neil Young/Rust Never Sleeps
Neil Young/Live Rust
Led Zeppelin/In through the Outdoor.
XTC/Drums and Wires
Gang of Four/Entertainment
Talking Heads/Fear of Music
The Police/Reggatta de Blanc
Wire/154
Public Image Ltd./Metal Box
Elvis Costello and the Attractions/Armed Forces
Marianne Faithful/Broken English
Squeeze/Cool for Cats
The Jam/Setting Sons
Supertramp/Breakfast in America
David Bowie/Lodger
Tom Verlaine/Tom Verlaine
Ry Cooder/Bop to You Drop
The Boomtown Rats/The Fine Art of Surfacing
Burning Spear/Living Dub
The Specials/Specials
The Undertones/The Undertones
Joe Jackson/Look Sharp
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers/Damn the Torpedoes
Fleetwood Mac/Tusk
Graham Parker/Squeezing Out Sparks
Gary Numan/The Pleasure Principle
Van Morrison/Into the Music
Nick Lowe/Labour of Lust
The Cure/Three Imaginary Boys
The Cars/Candy-O
Bill Bruford/One of a Kind
Queen/Live Killers
Dire Straits/Communique
Joe Jackson/I'm the Man
Blondie/Eat to the Beat
Robert Fripp/Exposure
Silly Wizard/So Many Partings


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^ no Joy Division?

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^ no Joy Division?
just an oversight. Too many bloody albums to list. Will fix.

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not a big fan of all the bands but off the top of my head 1969 is up there

The Beatles - Abbey Road
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
Miles Davis - In a Silent Way
The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed
Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
The Kinks - Arthur or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire
The Band - The Band
The Stooges - The Stooges
The Who - Tommy
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica
The Mothers of Invention - Uncle Meat

pretty sure MC5, Neil Young, Soft Machine, Bob Dylan, CCR, Santana, Elvis, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, Cohen, Tim Buckley and bunch others came out with something that year as well.


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Second vote for 1991. Not only the albums listed above but:
Gish-The Smashing Pumpkins
Loveless-My Bloody Valentine
Screamadelica-Primal Scream
Spiderland-Slint
Blue Lines-Massive Attack (I define rock and roll very broadly)
Bandwagonesque-Teenage Fanclub
Nice!

For me it's 1979 pretty easily.

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Probably 1979 in my book:

The Clash/London Calling
Pink Floyd/The Wall
Bob Marley/Survival
Joy Division/Unknown Pleasures
Neil Young/Rust Never Sleeps
Neil Young/Live Rust
Led Zeppelin/In through the Outdoor.
XTC/Drums and Wires
Gang of Four/Entertainment
Talking Heads/Fear of Music
The Police/Reggatta de Blanc
Wire/154
Public Image Ltd./Metal Box
Elvis Costello and the Attractions/Armed Forces
Marianne Faithful/Broken English
Squeeze/Cool for Cats
The Jam/Setting Sons
Supertramp/Breakfast in America
David Bowie/Lodger
Tom Verlaine/Tom Verlaine
Ry Cooder/Bop to You Drop
The Boomtown Rats/The Fine Art of Surfacing
Burning Spear/Living Dub
The Specials/Specials
The Undertones/The Undertones
Joe Jackson/Look Sharp
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers/Damn the Torpedoes
Fleetwood Mac/Tusk
Graham Parker/Squeezing Out Sparks
Gary Numan/The Pleasure Principle
Van Morrison/Into the Music
Nick Lowe/Labour of Lust
The Cure/Three Imaginary Boys
The Cars/Candy-O
Bill Bruford/One of a Kind
Queen/Live Killers
Dire Straits/Communique
Joe Jackson/I'm the Man
Blondie/Eat to the Beat
Robert Fripp/Exposure
Silly Wizard/So Many Partings
Some others:

Germs - (GI)
Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material
Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady
The Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette
Killing Joke - Killing Joke

and one of the most under-appreciated bands from that era: Swell Maps - Jane From Occupied Europe

1994 was a great year in terms of punk revival and hip-hop.

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I would think 1991 mainly because of high-quality death metal. I would pick any year between 1984 and 1990 in terms of innovation in metal though. I'm going with 1965 for jazz just because of John Coltrane (he released at least two equally awesome ones in 1967 though). Incredible burst in creativity for him there in a period of a few years.

1991:

Atheist - Unquestionable Presence
Autopsy - Mental Funeral
Beherit - The Oath of Black Blood
Bolt Thrower - War Master
Cannibal Corpse - Butchered at Birth
Carcass - Necroticism - Descanting the Insalubrious
Cathedral - Forest of Equilibrium
Darkthrone - Soulside Journey
Entombed - Clandestine
Immolation - Dawn of Possession
Incantation - Deliverance of Horrific Prophecies
The Melvins - Eggnog
Monstrosity - Burden of Evil
Morbid Angel - Blessed are the Sick
Napalm Death - Mass Appeal Madness
Paradise Lost - Gothic
Rottrevore - Copulation of the Virtuous and Vicious
Sepultura - Arise
Suffocation - Human Waste
Suffocation - Effigy of the Forgotten
Therion - Of Darkness....
Tiamat - The Astral Sleep
Unleashed - And the Laughter Has Died...
Unleashed - Where No Life Dwells

1992:

Amorphis - The Karelian Isthmus
At the Gates - The Red in the Sky Is Ours
Autopsy - Acts of the Unspeakable
Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade
Cannibal Corpse - Tomb of the Mutilated
Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky
Deicide - Legion
Eyehategod - In the Name of Suffering
Immortal - Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism
The Melvins - Lysol
Napalm Death - Utopia Banished
Neurosis - Souls at Zero
Paradise Lost - Shades of God
Rottrevore - Fornication in Delirium
Therion - Beyond Sanctorum
Tiamat - Clouds
Unleashed - Shadows in the Deep
Vader - The Ultimate Incantation


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I second the vote for 1969.

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Nice thread!

For me it's 1987.

Whitesnake - Whitesnake
GnR - Appetite
Def Leppard - Hysteria
U2 - The Joshua Tree
Motley Crue - Girls Girls Girls
Heart - Bad Animals
The Cult - Electric
White Lion - Pride
Bon Jovi - Slipper When Wet (released in 86, but went huge in 87)
Poison - Open Up and Say Ahh (same as Bon Jovi)
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation
Kiss - Crazy Nights
Bryan Adams - Into the Fire
John Cougar Mellencamp - The Lonesome Jubilee
Jane's Addiction - Jane's Addiction
Faith No More - Introduce Yourself

I'm not gonna pretend this was the best year of rock music, but it is probably my favourite year of rock music overall. There were some huge pop hits from this year as well. 80s music IMO basically peaked in 1987. Heck, I might say pop music period peaked in 87.

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Without looking at anything other than my MusicBee playlist, 1971 immediately strikes me as a big year. Who's Next, Fragile, Led Zeppelin IV, Meddle, Aqualung, LA Woman, ZZ Top's debut, Little Feat's debut, Captain Beyond, Sticky Fingers, Tarkus, Maggot Brain, Inner Mounting Flame, Imagine, Santana III, Nursery Cryme, holy crap that's a lot of good music.

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Maybe not the best ever but I feel like 1994 deserves a shoutout.

Soundgarden - Superunknown
Stone Temple Pilots - Purple
Weezer - The Blue Album
Nirvana - Unplugged in New York
Oasis - Definitely Maybe
Beck - Mellow Gold
Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Pearl Jam - Vitalogy
Green Day - Dookie
The Offspring - Smash
Morrissey - Vauxhall and I
Blur - Parklife
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Let Love In
Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
Guided By Voices - Bee Thousand
Elliott Smith - Roman Candle
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Korn - Korn
Bush - Sixteen Stone
Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime
Bad Religion - Stranger Than Fiction

Plus there was a massive amount of incredible hip-hop and electronic music.

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Maybe not the best ever but I feel like 1994 deserves a shoutout.

Soundgarden - Superunknown
Stone Temple Pilots - Purple
Weezer - The Blue Album
Nirvana - Unplugged in New York
Oasis - Definitely Maybe
Beck - Mellow Gold
Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Pearl Jam - Vitalogy
Green Day - Dookie
The Offspring - Smash
Morrissey - Vauxhall and I
Blur - Parklife
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Let Love In
Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
Guided By Voices - Bee Thousand
Elliott Smith - Roman Candle
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Korn - Korn
Bush - Sixteen Stone
Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime
Bad Religion - Stranger Than Fiction

Plus there was a massive amount of incredible hip-hop and electronic music.
Also:
Live - Throwing Copper
Warren G - Regulate
King's X - Dogman
Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies
Ben Harper's debut
Cash - American Recordings
Outkast - Southernplayalistic
The Prodigy- Music for the Jilted Generation
Stones - Voodoo Lounge
Oasis debut
Usher debut
Notorious BIG - Ready to Die
Tom Petty - Wildflowers

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This is a handy site for this topic: http://www.besteveralbums.com

Here are my two picks:

1966
Beatles - Revolver
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
13th Floor Elevators - Psychedelic Sounds of…
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
Rolling Stones - Aftermath
The Kinks - Face to Face
The Monks - Black Monk Time
The Byrds - Fifth Dimension
Love - ST
Ike & Tina Turner - River Deep, Mountain High
The Sonics - Boom
Otis Redding - Dictionary of Soul and The Soul Album
? and the Mysterians - 96 Tear
Count Five - Psychotic Reaction
Them - Them Again

1970
Beatles - Let it Be
Black Sabbath - ST and Paranoid
Miles Davis - *****es Brew
Neil Young - After the Golf Rush
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
Velvet Underground - Loaded
Van Morrison - Moondance
Led Zeppelin - III
The Stooges - Funhouse
Funkadelic - ST and Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow
The Who - Live at Leeds
Curtis Mayfield - Curtis
Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsies
James Brown - Sex Machine

1966 is the year rock n roll started to diversify. You had bands going psychedelic, punk, and just getting more out there. 1970 isn't as groundbreaking, but there's a tonne of awesome albums put out that year. I would say 1977 was the next great transformative year in rock, with the explosion of punk music (which was triggered by the Ramones debut released in 1976).

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1971.....best year for great albums.

Led Zeppelin IV
The Who - Who's Next
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
John Lennon - Imagine
The Doors - LA Woman
Black Sabbath - Masters of Reality
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
Elton John - Madman across the Water

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1973 is not bad either, again just looking through my own Musicbee archive, I'm sure there are many classics I don't have:

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
The Who - Quadrophenia
King Crimson - Larks Tongues in Aspic
Springsteen - Greetings from Asbury Park
Springsteen - The Wild the Innocent...
Allman Brothers - Brothers and Sisters
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Genesis - Selling England by the Pound
Hall and Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette
Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
Jesus Christ Superstar
New York Dolls debut
Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Marvin Gaye - Lets Get it On
Queen debut
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
Grand Funk - We're an American Band
Billy Joel - Piano Man
ELP - Brain Salad Surgery
Aerosmith debut
Little Feat - Dixie Chicken
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies
Beck Bogert and Appice
Montrose Debut

Some serious heavy hitters there and a lot that are considered the best or among the best albums for a lot of artists. And I'm sure I'm missing a bunch

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I am going to throw my hat in the ring with 1969. How can you beat the original Woodstock?

The Rolling Stones at their peak, The Beatles still kicking around and still had some good songs that year (Let it Be), Led Zeppelin breaking out, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, CCR, The Doors, at that time I would say The Monkees were still pretty relevant.

Lots of great bands at their peak. Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, and if you want to count them the Jackson 5 breaking out.

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1991, if I really had to choose one.

R.E.M. - Out of Time
Primus - Sailing the Seas of Cheese
Rush - Roll the Bones
Death - Human
Pearl Jam - Ten
Nirvana - Nevermind (the quintessential grunge album, at least in the commercial sense)
Del tha Funkee Homosapien - I Wish My Brother George Was Here (Del's debut)
Spin Doctors - Pocket Full of Kryptonite (not exactly a critical favorite, but it helped bring in a new era of jam band, along with Blues Traveler and Phish)
Anthrax - Attack of the Killer B's (which essentially created rap metal with its cover of Bring the Noise featuring Public Enemy)
Plus all of the albums from 91 listed before

IMO, it was the height of alternative rock, plus the beginning death metal straying away from thrash into its own realm, especially in the technical sense.

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