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  1. Eminem

    Eminem

    1,453,039 views
    Hip Hop rapper

  2. Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan

    106,767 views
    American rock and folk musician

  3. Frank Zappa

    Frank Zappa

    72,243 views
    Musician, songwriter, composer, conductor, record producer

  4. Leonard Cohen

    Leonard Cohen

    37,723 views
    Canadian singer-songwriter

  5. Pink Floyd

    Pink Floyd

    21,893 views

    Pink Floyd were an English rock band that achieved international acclaim with their progressive and psychedelic music. Distinguished by their use of philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, and elaborate live shows, they are one of the most commercially successful and musically influential groups in the history of popular music.


  6. Harry Nilsson

    Harry Nilsson

    18,830 views
    Singer-songwriter, songwriter

  7. Elvis Costello

    Elvis Costello

    13,324 views
    British musician

  8. Ween

    Ween

    4,981 views

    Ween was an American experimental rock band. They formed in 1984 in New Hope, Pennsylvania when central members Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) and Mickey Melchiondo (Dean Ween) met in an eighth grade typing class. Ween has a large cult underground fanbase despite being less known in American pop music. The band's style is eclectic, and while they could generally be referred to as rock music, one of their defining tendencies has been experimentation with various styles incorporating a strong element of humor and absurdity. Both Gene and Dean are skilled multi-instrumentalists who overdubbed various instruments on their recordings, though they also record with the regular touring band. Gene is normally the lead vocalist and Dean the lead guitarist. Lead singer Freeman announced to Rolling Stone on May 29, 2012 that he was "retiring Gene Ween", and a few days later, Ween's manager, Greg Frey, told fans on Facebook that Freeman had decided to "end his musical relationship with Ween," in order to "more fully explore and pursue his solo career".


  9. Joe Jackson

    Joe Jackson

    3,413 views
    American music manager

  10. Randy Newman

    Randy Newman

    2,133 views
    American musician

  11. Recovery

    Recovery (2010)

    378 views

    Recovery is the seventh studio album by American rapper Eminem. It was released on June 18, 2010, by Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records as the follow-up to Eminem's Relapse (2009). Originally planned to be released as Relapse 2, the album was renamed to Recovery when Eminem found the music of the new album different from its predecessor.


  12. The Marshall Mathers Lp

    The Marshall Mathers Lp (2000)

    226 views

    The Marshall Mathers LP is the third studio album by American rapper Eminem. It was released on May 23, 2000, by Interscope Records and Aftermath Entertainment in the United States, and on September 11, 2000, by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom. The album was produced mostly by Dr. Dre and Eminem, along with The 45 King, Bass Brothers, and Mel-Man.


  13. The Eminem Show

    The Eminem Show (2013)

    193 views

    The Eminem Show is the fourth studio album by American rapper Eminem, released on May 28, 2002 by Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. It was the best-selling album of 2002 in the United States, with sales of 7.6 million copies. At the 2003 Grammy Awards it was nominated for Album of the Year and became Eminem's third LP in four years to win the award for Best Rap Album.


  14. Eagles Live

    Eagles Live (1980)

    186 views

    Eagles Live is the first live album by the American rock band Eagles, a two-LP set released in 1980. The Eagles unofficially disbanded on July 31, 1980 after their concert at Long Beach. However, the band still owed Elektra/Asylum a live record from the tour. Eagles Live (released that November) was mixed by Glenn Frey and Don Henley on opposite coasts - the two decided they could not stand to be in the same state, let alone the same studio, and as Bill Szymczyk put it, the record's perfect three-part harmonies were fixed "courtesy of Federal Express." The 1983 Rolling Stone Record Guide said it is "perhaps the most heavily overdubbed in history." "Seven Bridges Road" was released as a single and would become a top-40 hit. The song was a showcase for the band's close harmony singing; the first and last verses feature all five Eagles singing in five-part harmony.


  15. The Long Run

    The Long Run (2006)

    180 views

    The Long Run is the sixth studio album by the American rock group the Eagles, released in 1979. This was the first Eagles album not to feature founding member Randy Meisner, who was replaced by Timothy B. Schmit. This was also the last studio album until 2007's Long Road Out of Eden, the final studio album for Asylum Records, and the last studio album to include Don Felder.


  16. Relapse

    Relapse (2009)

    178 views

    Relapse is the sixth studio album by American rapper Eminem, released on May 15, 2009 by Interscope Records. It was his first album of original material since Encore (2004), following a four-year hiatus from recording due to his writer's block and an addiction to prescription sleeping medication. Recording sessions for the album took place during 2007 to 2009 at several recording studios, and Dr. Dre, Mark Batson, and Eminem handled production. Conceptually, Relapse concerns the ending of his drug rehabilitation, rapping after a non-fictional relapse, and the return of his Slim Shady alter-ego.


  17. Colors

    Colors (2000)

    164 views

  18. The Wall

    The Wall (2001)

    156 views

    The Wall is the eleventh album by the English progressive rock group Pink Floyd. Released as a double album on 30 November 1979, it was subsequently performed live with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into a feature film, Pink Floyd – The Wall.


  19. Encore

    Encore (2004)

    150 views

    Encore (stylized as ƎNCORE) is the fifth studio album by American rapper Eminem by Shady Records. Its release was set for November 16, 2004, but was moved up to November 12 (coincidentally, exactly eight years to the day his debut album, Infinite, was released) after the album was leaked to the Internet.


  20. Relapse: Refill

    Relapse: Refill (2009)

    80 views

  21. Gullible's Travels

    Gullible's Travels (2012)

    75 views

  22. Songs From The Road

    Songs From The Road (2010)

    70 views

  23. All Hope is Gone

    All Hope is Gone (2008)

    68 views

    All Hope Is Gone is the fourth studio album by American metal band Slipknot. Released on August 20, 2008 by Roadrunner Records, the album was published in two versions: the standard album in a Compact Disc case and a special edition packaged in a six-fold digipak containing three bonus tracks, a 40 page booklet, and a bonus DVD with a documentary of the album's recording. Preparation for the album began in 2007, while recording started in February 2008 in the band's home state of Iowa. All Hope Is Gone is Slipknot's first studio album since 2004's Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses). Before the album's launch, Slipknot released a series of promotional images and audio samples from the album through various websites. All Hope Is Gone is considered the band's most eclectic-sounding album, incorporating elements from their previous three. All Hope Is Gone includes their "brutal" edge, such as the track "All Hope Is Gone", reminiscent of songs such as "(sic)" from their debut self-titled album; slow burning, "trippy" elements such as "Gehenna", reminiscent of "Skin Ticket" from their second album Iowa; and acoustics ("Snuff"), which was first introduced on Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses).


  24. My Turn

    My Turn (2008)

    43 views

    My Turn is the eleventh studio album released by American country music artist Doug Stone. It is also his second album for Lofton Creek Records. The album produced the singles "Nice Problem" and "She Always Get What She Wants", neither of which charted on the Billboard country charts. The third single, "Don't Tell Mama", was previously recorded by Ty Herndon on his 1996 album Living in a Moment and Gary Allan on his 1999 album Smoke Rings in the Dark.


  25. Revolver

    Revolver (1995)

    40 views

    Revolver is the seventh studio album by English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 5 August 1966 by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom and on 8 August 1966 by Capitol Records in the United States. The album was produced by George Martin and features many tracks with an electric guitar-rock sound that contrasts with their previous LP, the folk rock-inspired Rubber Soul (1965). In Britain, the 14 tracks from Revolver were released to radio stations throughout July 1966, "building anticipation for what would clearly be a radical new phase in the group's recording career". Of the 13 eventual studio albums released by the group, Revolver represents the middle album, and its music represents the Beatles' "middle period."


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