Album of the Day – June 3rd, 2017

Exodus - Bob Marley & the Wailers

Exodus  – Bob Marley & The Wailers

  • June 3rd, 1977. Perhaps Bob Marley’s most popular album, don’t let the laid back sounds on this album fool you, Exodus is filled with politically charged statements and religious references. Marley calls for the good in people in order to push the world further. Whether or not his hope is misplaced is something that can only be answered as time passes.

Worth Listening To:

Wu-Tang Forever - The Wu-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Forever – Wu-Tang Clan

  • June 3rd, 1997. The Wu’s follow up to the critically acclaimed Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is packed to the brim with content, which is it’s biggest upside and it’s biggest flaw. At over 111 minutes long people who love Wu-Tang Clan continuous verbal hits are in for a hell of a time, but for the average person it is way to much music for a single album. Many listeners will find themselves zoning in and out of this great music because it can be exhausting to listen to.

Gospel Oak - Sinead Oconnor

Gospel Oak – Sinéad O’Connor

  • June 3rd, 1997. A pretty interesting collection of Folksy songs. There’s not really anything fancy going on in this album other than it sounds good, and is soothing to listen to.

Album of the Year - Faith No More.jpg

Album of the Year  – Faith No More

  • June 3rd, 1997.  As a whole Album of the Year isn’t great, but there are plenty of great moments and good alternative songs for fans of the genre and the band to take a chance on it. If Faith No More isn’t your type of band then you should probably skip this.
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