Top 10 Albums of 2014

A year is going to an end, so it’s time to pick our top 10 favorite album released this year. Let us know if we miss something… for considerance.

10. 1000hp” by Godsmack

Released: Aug 5, 2014

The band keep it up with this album, noting the title-track along with Generation Day and Lock & Loaded to be some important hard rock songs from them.

9. Songs of Innocence” by U2

Released: Sep 9, 2014

Not to judge by its release controversy, but the record still deserves some love. Hear The Miracle (of Joey Ramone), Every Breaking Wave, and Cedarwood Road on repeat.

8. High Hopes” by Bruce Springsteen

Released: Jan 14, 2014

There’s always interesting to hear some previously unheard materials from some of the best recording sessions in the past.

7. Turn Blue” by The Black Keys

Released: May 13, 2014

The rock n’ roll youngster has delivered some fresh materials, which even sounded different at first, but actually is a good record, hear the songs Fever and Turn Blue.

6. Lazaretto” by Jack White

Released: Jun 10, 2014

Another great records by ex-White Strip founder, proving that his solo effort could attract some new followers. Better to put a listen on its vinyl record.

5. The Endless River” by Pink Floyd

Released: Nov 10, 2014

The absence of Mr. Waters on the ‘River’ records, leaving some unexplored area that may bring the band to another glorious era. But at least, this new album have some good vibration that can be found in The Division Bell, back twenty-years ago.

4. Once More ‘Round the Sun” by Mastodon

Released: Jun 24, 2014

The latest album brings them one step ahead, by serving another great ideas after another, that injects right formula and riffs to the songs on it.

3. .5: The Gray Chapter” by Slipknot

Released: Oct 21, 2014

Maybe it’s not their best yet, but that is something we need to hear from them, as the culmination point to what it sounds like if the previous albums mixed into a new one, adding some sharp emotional touch on it.

2. Everything Will Be Alright in the End” by Weezer

Released: Oct 7, 2014

Fans are tired enough by some unwanted experiment done in recent years, until this album is come.. It’s clearly brings us back to an era we enjoy their music so much. As the anthem start to kick: “Take me back to the shack, back to the strat with the lightning strap.”

1. Sonic Highways” by Foo Fighters

Released: Nov 10, 2014

So the foos are taking our attention more than ever. The record has a story that letting us know if this one has a very creative proccess behind it, resulting a great eight-songs with some unforgettable part on it.

Read our next article about what albums shuold we buy next year!


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