The Very Best is a greatest hits album released by Australian band INXS in 2011. It initially peaked at Following the screening of INXS: Never Tear Us Apart, an Australian miniseries about INXS that commenced on 9 February 2014 on the Seven Network, the album re-entered the charts, peaking at When the miniseries screened in New Zealand in August 2014, the album also charted, similarly peaking at #1.
Well, the live album we’ve chosen was in a metal box that had die-cut holes in it; a work of considerable engineering and also a very creative idea. Just like Isaac Hayes’s cover for Black Moses, a double album from the early 1970s. So here they are, the 10 albums generally considered to be the Best of the Best as far as album design is concerned.
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The Very Best Self-Titled Albums Every Diamond Certified Album, Ranked Great Albums That Didn't Win the Grammy The Best Albums Released Posthumously Underrated Albums That Won the Grammy Delayed Albums Worth the Wait. Rock The Greatest Album Covers of All Time. Originally by Ranker Community. Vote for the album you think has the greatest album artwork and qualifies as one of the coolest album covers of all time.
After that, egos and infighting hampered the band, leading to just one more album in 1979's The Long Run before a disbandment in 1982, which was followed 12 years later by a reunion, charmingly dubbed Hell Freezes Over, since most pundits predicted that's when the band would reunite. This isn't much new ground to cover for a compilation, as the spotty 1982 The Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 illustrated, but even with a box set like 2000's Selected Works, there was room for a collection that contained all their big hits on one or two discs: hence the birth of Warner Strategic.
Teflon Don is the Miami MC's best album yet: a sleek, seductive portrait of a badass rapper living a life of South Florida luxury. Jay-Z, Kanye West, Drake, and Erykah Badu make cameos, and Ross shows why he's a rapper's rapper, dropping quotable rhymes - "I wanna walk in the image of Christ, but that bitch Vivica nice" - in his bassy, bulldozer flow. But their most impressive accomplishment this year was How I Got Over, the best album of their two-decade-long career. It's an expansive and thrillingly funky album about hard times that tosses in street reportage and gospel uplift - as well as dashes of indie rock from guests including Joanna Newsom, Monsters of Folk and members of the Dirty Projectors.
The album’s sweetest moment ‘Soul and Upward’ might not be the best-loved Do Make Say Think track (2007’s ‘A Tender History In Rust’ probably takes that accolade) but it arguably sums up better what they do best: songs soaked in joy, in a genre better known for contemplating darkness. AH. 18. Aerial M Aerial M (Drag City, 1997). The Leeds-based crew didn’t just stick to the same tricks either – experimentation was at the very heart of their sound, as they folded in chopped breaks and Notwist-esque elements on ‘Enemy of Time’, abrasive microsound on ‘The Winter Hit Hard’, and even invited experimental rap troupe cLOUDDEAD to guest on ‘Branches Bare’.
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