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25 Legendary Rock Albums with No “Weak Songs”

Loudwire put together a list of 25 “legendary” rock albums with no “weak songs.”

The site notes that the greatest records aren’t necessarily the most consistent, like how even THE BEATLES’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” has, in their opinion, one less-than-stellar track in “Good Morning Good Morning”.

Here are the 25 that they consider to be flawless, from start to finish – listed in alphabetical order by artist:

1.  AC/DC, “Highway to Hell”, 1979

2.  Alice in Chains, “Dirt”, 1992

3.  The Beatles, “Magical Mystery Tour”, 1967

4.  David Bowie, “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust . . .”, 1972

5.  Deep Purple, “In Rock”, 1970

6.  Deftones, “White Pony”, 2000

7.  The Doors, “The Doors”, 1967

8.  Fleetwood Mac, “Rumours”, 1977

9.  Guns N’ Roses, “Appetite for Destruction”, 1987

10.  The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Are You Experienced”, 1967

11.  King Crimson, “In the Court of the Crimson King”, 1969

12.  Led Zeppelin, “Led Zeppelin IV”, 1971

13.  Nirvana, “Nevermind”, 1991

14.  Pearl Jam, “Ten”, 1991

15.  Pink Floyd, “The Dark Side of the Moon”, 1973

16.  Queens of the Stone Age, “. . . Like Clockwork”, 2013

17.  Radiohead, “OK Computer”, 1997

18.  Rage Against the Machine, “Rage Against the Machine”, 1992

19.  Rainbow, “Rising”, 1976

20.  The Rolling Stones, “Exile on Main St.”, 1972

21.  Rush, “Permanent Waves”, 1980

22.  Soundgarden, “Superunknown”, 1994

23.  Van Halen, “Van Halen”, 1978

24.  Weezer, “Weezer (The Blue Album)”, 1994

25.  The Who, “Who’s Next”, 1971

Do you agree with this list #MadRockNation? Would you remove any of the listed albums? Do you have any albums that should be added? Let us know in the comments!



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