The best vinyl records to jump-start your collection
The Dark Side of The Moon - Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon is a progressive rock masterpiece by PINK FLOYD. It is widely regarded a the best album of all time having sold over 45 million copies.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
One of the most influential albums of all time Sgt. Pepper is a must for any record collector. It features a great deal of innovative studio techniques and experimentation which set a new standard of what a rock album should be like.
Nevermind - Nirvana
The second album by Seattle grunge band Nirvana, Nevermind propelled the band into stardom. It brought grunge into the mainstream and is regarded as the most important and influential rock album in the 90s.
Thriller - Micheal Jackson
Thriller is one of the best selling albums of all time and featured some of Micheal Jackson's most iconic songs like Billie Jean, Beat it and of course, Thriller. The album won 8 grammy awards and sold well over 65 million copies.
Abbey Road - The Beatles
Another classic album by The Beatles. Abbey Road features a diverse range of musical styles from hits like Come Together, I Want You, and Something. To this date, people still imitate the album cover each time they cross Abbey road.
The Velvet Underground & Nico - The Velvet Underground
Not only is Velvet Underground & Nico a groundbreaking record, buying it on vinyl will give a you a beautiful art piece from Andy Warhol. The album is a fill with catchy rock riffs and lyrics, and is considered an avant-garde experiment.
Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
This one requires great speakers, anything less would be tragic. Kind of Blue is a jazz masterpiece and is a quintessential Jazz album. It features hits such as So What and All Blues.
Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys
Pet Sounds is the brain child of band leader Brian Wilson. The album was a departure from the more simplistic sounds of earlier The Beach Boys records and featured more complex musical arrangements. It includes hits such as God Only Knows and Wouldn't it Be Nice.
Blood on the Tracks - Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan's pièce de résistance, Blood on the tracks originally received mixed reviews but is now considered a masterpiece. The album is absolutely flawless from beginning to end.