Top Albums of All-Time

This is the 2nd in a series I’ll be doing of questions that some of you asked. If you would like to add your question, go here and do so.

Today I’ll answer a question from Jonathan.

He asked: What are your top 5 favorite albums of all time?

  1. A Rush of Blood to the Head (Coldplay): I sometimes wonder if they will ever surpass the greatness of this album. I doubt it. Probably impossible.
  2. Where the Light Is (John Mayer): This live from LA album came on 2 discs and it featured everything that makes John Mayer amazing to me. Acoustic set, blues trio set, full band set. The dude nailed each part with brilliance.
  3. Transatlanticism (Death Cab for Cutie): I’m not actually sure why I love this album so much, but I just do. And I’m sure I’m not the only one.
  4. O (Damien Rice): Before everyone knew who he was, I was listening to this album on repeat in my college dorm for months on end. I fell in love.
  5. Jars of Clay (Jars of Clay): It was the first Christian album that didn’t sound like Christian music to me. One weekend I led worship doing all songs from this album. It was epic. It still remains one of the greatest albums from a Christian artist, ever.

So now that you’ve seen some of my music taste, what do you think?