Rollin' Like Sisyphus

Good Music Friday – Five Good Albums Edition

Posted in Good Music Friday by Huckleberry on November 17, 2017

How is it the weekend before Thanksgiving? I don’t believe it. One of the reasons I don’t believe it is that it’s still 94 degrees. Tell me it’s August, and I’d believe you. That would work out great, since I feel like I’m just about ready to embrace Labor Day.
What in the fuck is this shit.
It’s been a pretty odd week, what with sex fiends lurking around every corner, but we persevere. I’m fairly certain that the Senate Republicans organized a political hit on Roy Moore, and it’s blown up in their face several times over.
Popcorn is ready on that front.
It’s rivalry week here in Los Angeles, as UCLA and USC kick off tomorrow at 5PM local. Usually, even when UCLA has shitty teams, I watch. Its an event. But honest to God, I don’t feel it this year. We’re not having people over. I’m not barbecuing anything. I don’t even plan on watching it. I might have it on the radio while I putter around the shop, but even then I’m as likely as not to just put on a podcast or something.
Cuttin’ bait on this.
It’s the weekend.
Go enjoy yourselves.
It’ll be Friday again before you can even blink.
Get ’em in.

Oh, and instead of one song I’ve decided to throw a bunch of complete albums out at you.
Here are five good albums, in no particular order, except I did number them for some reason.


Five Good Albums

Stone Temple Pilots
Atlantic Records | 1994

Alice In Chains
Columbia Records | 1992

Jethro Tull
Reprise Records | 1971

How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
Bad Religion
Epitaph Records | 1982

Back In Black
Atlantic Records | 1980


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  1. El Borak said, on November 17, 2017 at 20:52

    6 greatest rock albums of all time in no particular order:
    AC/DC Back in Black (FTW)
    Fleetwood Mac Rumours
    Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon
    Rainbow Rising
    Led Zeppelin IV
    Rush Moving Pictures

    Excuse me, I need more rum and some headphones

  2. El Borak said, on November 18, 2017 at 20:14

    And then Angus was gone. Bummer, dude.

  3. geronimo said, on January 12, 2018 at 14:46

    I love that STP album

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