Gary's Top 5

Filling in a list of your top 5 favorite records is a hard thing to do. There are so many albums that it's difficult to choose. Favorite records stick with you though. You will always come back to records that you love. Here’s 5 that I keep coming back to.

-Garrett

 

Radiohead: Ok Computer As a drummer, I love the percussion displayed on this record. Super strange noises. If you strip everything away these songs are still amazing. Acoustic or full band, it doesn't matter. Side note: This is a great fall record.

Radiohead: Ok Computer

As a drummer, I love the percussion displayed on this record. Super strange noises. If you strip everything away these songs are still amazing. Acoustic or full band, it doesn't matter. Side note: This is a great fall record.

U2: The Joshua Tree Ok, this one makes a lot of lists I’m sure, and for good reason. The sonic atmosphere they were able to capture is brilliant. The overall flow and transition of the record makes the listener stay on board the whole way through.

U2: The Joshua Tree

Ok, this one makes a lot of lists I’m sure, and for good reason. The sonic atmosphere they were able to capture is brilliant. The overall flow and transition of the record makes the listener stay on board the whole way through.

Foster the People: Torches This album replaced my faith in pop. It has such catchy melodies all the way through. The arrangements of each song is what gets me on this one. Dynamically, each song seems to end up right where you want it.

Foster the People: Torches

This album replaced my faith in pop. It has such catchy melodies all the way through. The arrangements of each song is what gets me on this one. Dynamically, each song seems to end up right where you want it.

My Morning Jacket: The Waterfall This one is rather new for me. It was released in 2015, but feels like an aged instrument. This album demands respect in the same way that your sweet old grandfather does. It holds it's place in history, and is timeless and diverse. Both your uncle and your little sister will love this record.

My Morning Jacket: The Waterfall

This one is rather new for me. It was released in 2015, but feels like an aged instrument. This album demands respect in the same way that your sweet old grandfather does. It holds it's place in history, and is timeless and diverse. Both your uncle and your little sister will love this record.

Kings of Leon: Ah Shake Heartbreak I gotta get this out there, I could be blindfolded and choose any of their records as my favorite. For me this album sits in the transition between mean cocky rock'n'roll and more modern polished rock. It's a great blend of old and new.

Kings of Leon: Ah Shake Heartbreak

I gotta get this out there, I could be blindfolded and choose any of their records as my favorite. For me this album sits in the transition between mean cocky rock'n'roll and more modern polished rock. It's a great blend of old and new.

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