And we’re back! It’s about goshdarn time we introduced a new round of Throwback Thursday albums, lovingly curated by our team of music experts @ Murfie HQ.
Dance Dance Dance: The Best of Chic – Chic
“These are the good times…” – Philip
Stop Making Sense – Talking Heads
“David Byrne’s created plenty of music and art since its release, but it still gets regular play on my turntable!” – Glynnis
The Best of Depeche Mode, Vol. 1 – Depeche Mode
“Depeche Mode is one of the most prolific New Wave groups that has influenced everyone from the Pet Shop Boys to The Killers.” – Will
Closer – Joy Division
“Closer is the last of two albums released by the British “post-punk” band Joy Division, just two months after the suicide of the group’s lead singer Ian Curtis. Joy Division single-handedly defined the post-punk genre with Closer.” – Corey
Sentimento Brasileiro: Music from the Brazilian Heart – Various Artists
“Amazing tunes from the Tropicália movement in Brazil circa 1960s; this disc features the psychedelic rock band Os Mutantes, as well as Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, and Bebel Gilberto. Definitely great lounging-around music!” – Daniella
Pretty Hate Machine – Nine Inch Nails
“Both poppy and abrasive, NIN’s debut album really laid the foundation for their later works. What would industrial have become without classics like ‘Head Like a Hole’? Also, ‘Terrible Lie’ proves angry can be catchy too.” – Evan
Btw, you can click the tag “Throwback Thursday” for past volumes of – what else? – Throwback Thursday.
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Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow is Friday. So this day is Thursday. Here are today’s top throwback albums, handpicked by the team at Murfie HQ.
The Very Best of Cream – Cream
Cream is widely regarded as the world’s first successful supergroup. – moi
Live in Europe – Otis Redding
“Influenced by Little Richard, grew up singing in a Baptist church, a founding and influential artist on the Stax record label with a voice more powerful than Zeus’ thunderclaps. Say no more.” – Alyssa
Strictly Turntablized – DJ Krush
“Sophomore album by trip hop artist DJ Krush.” – Kayla
Walk Among Us – The Misfits
“This month marks the 30th anniversary of the band’s debut full-length album release. Tracks from this album have been covered by other bands such as Sick of It All, Pennywise, and My Chemical Romance.” – Keith
Marquee Moon – Television
“Was recorded in two weeks, and was so two decades before its time. I lovelovelove this album; some say too much…” – Henry
“According to Wikipedia, Television is widely regarded as one of the founders of “punk” and New Wave music.” – Philip
A Flock of Seagulls – A Flock of Seagulls
“The true 80s throwback.” – Will
Oh boy, it’s Thursday again! You know the drill. Take a seat in our time machine, and take a look at some awesome albums of yore. Hand-picked by the crew at Murfie. What’s your Throwback Thursday pick? Tell us in the comments section below.
Every Picture Tells a Story – Rod Stewart
Don’t even get me started on how much I dig “Maggie May.” – moi
By the Way – Red Hot Chili Peppers
“Doesn’t contain the track Road Trippin’ but is in fact the best RHCP album for road tripping, IMHO.” – Steve
Endtroducing… – DJ Shadow
“Cited in Guinness World Records as being the first album created entirely from sampling.” – Philip
3 Feet High and Rising, Disc 2 – De La Soul
“Selected in 2010 to be part of the Library of Congress National Recording Registry.” – Alyssa
The Very Best of Rufus featuring Chaka Khan – Rufus
“It makes me wanna learn how to play a mean bass.” – Melissa
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