10 of the best vinyl records you need in your collection

Vinyl records are very relevant in today’s music landscape. If you still have your record player then you will need the following discs for your turntable. Here are 10 of the best records you need in your collection.

Beatles

First, let’s start with the Beatles. The Beatles are arguably the greatest music group in the history of the planet. The music that has been produced by this band transcends the decades. Their White Album was their best-selling record to date. However, they have many other songs on different records that are noteworthy as well. Songs such as “Come Together”, “Help”, “Hey Jude”, “Helter Skelter” and “Twist and Shout” are popular songs as well. “Come Together” appears on the White Album. Other Beatle discs of note include St. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and A Hard’s Day Night are albums to add to your collection as well.

Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley has been rocking hard since the 1950’s. His music not only entertained American audiences, he also enthralled many British music lovers. Elvis has a sound that transcends generations for music fans. His music remains relevant in modern times. Some of the “The King’s” best work albums include: Elvis Presley (1955), Elvis (1956), His Hand is Mine(1960), and Elvis: 30 #1 Hits (2001). All of these vinyl discs provide the best music from The King.

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson has been gone for some time, but he continues to be an iconic music collection. Michael Jackson made a lot of great hits during the time when vinyl records were popular. Ben, Off the Wall, Got to be There, Dangerous, Forever Michael, This Is It, and the most popular record album of his career – Thriller. Out of all these albums, if you had to choose just one MJ record for your collection – choose Thriller. It’s biased but Thriller is truly the album that defines MJ.

Led Zepplin

British music fans from the past know about Led Zepplin. They know that this rock group dominated the late 60’s and throughout the 70’s. Led Zepplin made hits such as Led Zepplin, Physical Graffiti, and Coda. Their top songs include Tangerine, Kashmir, and Stairway to Heaven. This group’s music played a key role with defining the rock scene in the U.K. and America when they were at the top of the charts.

Madonna

Modonna might be from the states but her music transcends national boundaries. Madonna was (is) popular in the U.K. Her music entertained millions of fans within the nation. Madonna’s best albums include Like a Virgin, Like a Prayer, Bedtime Stories, and American Life. Like a Virgin is her most popular song of the era.

Elton John

Elton John remains a popular British music figure. He has produced a lot of albums over the years. If you’re from the U.K., then you definitely have to include one of Elton John’s records in your collection. His top albums include Too Low for Zero (featuring songs such as “I’m Still Standing”), Elton John, and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road are all memorable vinyl discs from Sir Elton John.

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd is an English rock band that ruled the airwaves during the 60’s through the 90’s. This group has been around for well over 30 years and they even were making music during the middle part of the 2010’s. Pink Floyd’s best albums include The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon, and Wish you Were Here.

Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones have been releasing music since 1962 and they continue to rock until this day. Mick Jagger heads this fantastic rock group. They made famous albums such as Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St., and Let it Bleed. Each of these albums are among the best from the Rolling Stones album collection.

Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston is a treasure that can (and is) appreciated by British and American audiences. Whitney’s great singing voice and fantastic musical style is unforgettable and is often imitated by karaoke lovers around the globe. Her best albums are Whitney Houston, Whitney, Just Whitney and I’m Your Baby Tonight. You definitely have to add one of these vinyl record albums for your collection.

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