Here’s A List of 50 Greatest Albums of All-Time, Sourced by The Internet

May 4th, 2020, Atlanta, GA / Giselle Ave. Media. — Dear fellow music lovers, let’s have a talk.  As we continue to stay safe and stay inside; despite our Governor’s recent decision to reopen Georgia, we’re finding creative ways to stay connected with the people and things we love. Speaking of love, this quarantine life has reminded me of my everlasting love for music. I’m a dancer and I have considered jumping in on some of these viral dance challenges. I mean, they are pretty awesome! But once I start hearing one song over and over and over again, I’m suddenly over it. I do love a good song, but frankly– I’m more of an album type of woman.

Even though I like making my own playlists, I like to hear an artist’s body of work, at once, without skipping any songs. I’ve been binging so many shows lately #QuarantineLife that sometimes, I just want to turn the TV off, and get back to my true love– listening to music.

I’ve been growing fond of the times when artists dedicated their entire life’s work to creating timeless music. Music wasn’t about going viral, trendy Tik Tok dances, social media challenges, or releasing one hit wonders. Music was about creating something that never existed before, from the depths of your soul.

Currently, I’m in albums only mode. I’m only listening to albums. I want to explore the different decades of music. The different genres. The classics. The greatest of all-time.

That’s what got me thinking. What are the greatest albums of all-time? 


50 Greatest Albums of All-Time

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This list is in no particular order and reflects the responses across my social media platforms when asked, what are your favorite albums of all-time:

Beyonce – B’Day

Erykah Badu – Mama’s Gun

Faith – Faith Evans

Solange – A Seat at the Table

Michael Jackson – Thriller

Dixie Chicks – Fly

Anthony Hamilton – Where I’m Coming From

Frank Ocean – Nostalgia Ultra

Prince – 1999

Amy Winehouse – Frank

India Arie –Acoustic Soul

Radiohead – In Rainbows

Mariah Carey – Emancipation of MiMi

India Arie – Voyage to India

Janet Jackson – Control

Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On

Destiny’s Child –  The Writing’s On The Wall

Michael Jackson – Off The Wall

Monica – Miss Thang

112 – Room 112

Outkast – Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik

Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Jay-Z and Kanye West – Watch the Throne

Whitney Houston – Whitney Houston

Anita Baker – Rapture

Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt

Dr. Dre – The Chronic

Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life

Kanye West – Graduation

Tupac – Me Against The World

Mary J. Blidge – My Life

Kanye West – Late Registration

Musiq Soulchild – Aijuswanaseing

Sade – Love Deluxe

Beyonce – Dangerously in Love

Nas – God’s Son

Outkast – Speakerboxx/The Love Below

Jay-Z – American Gangster

New Edition – Heartbreak

Frank Ocean – Blonde

Lupe Fiascao – The Cool

Kanye West – College Dropout

J. Cole – Born Sinner

Jay- Z – 4:44

Nas – Illmatic

Eminem – Slim Shady LP

Snoop Dogg – Doggystyle

Pharrell – In My Mind

Kid Cudi – Man on the Moon

David Bowie – The Rise And Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars


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Did your favorite album make this list?!

What’s missing, what would you add?!

Let me know in the comments section, and take a moment to enjoy these albums — from beginning to end with NO skipping.

After all, listening to music is therapy.

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Author: Giselle Climpson

I’m Giselle, also known as Belle in the City Giselle. I’m the Founder of Giselle Ave. and a passionate Biz Consultant, currently creating my dream life! I reside in downtown Atlanta with my loving husband and my fur baby, Mr. Sidney, the Cat!

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