Here are 9 albums that have definitely changed my life and shaped me, and helped me through life when life was not so good.
◆1. Age 11: How to forget when I believed that Manson was Satan on earth. In those years where I saw the world full of shit and hate, it felt as though this album was speaking to me personally. This album would have to be the one that changed my life the most. ★Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar (1996) #thebeautifulpeople
◆2. Age 8: My introduction to electronic music. I remember that he blew my head with his heavy beats. A trip to dance forever. Love at first sight. ★The Prodigy - Music For The Jilted Generation (1994) #onelove
◆3. Age 14: The first album i remembered every word to. Those feelings exposed in this album made me take refuge in him forever. Still one of my all time favorite albums. ★Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory (2000) #withyou
◆4. Age 15: The album that got me deeper into extreme metal music and it helped me understand that some people are crap. ★Slipknot - Iowa (2001) #peopleequalshit
◆5. Age 15: Cómo olvidar esos años locos donde no importaba nada y me creía inmortal. Primera incursión en el metal argento. ★Oconnor - Hay Un Lugar (1999) #reflexion
◆6. Age 14: This album opened my eyes and mind to rap. Lyrically challenging and an enviable oratory. ★Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP (2000) #thewayiam
◆7. Age 14: My love for numetal music started with this one. Brought me to numetal where I discovered some really good bands. ★Korn - Issues (1999) #makemebad
◆8. Age 15: Beautiful from beginning to end. Gave me a different view of what I thought electronic music was. ★Depeche Mode - Exciter (2001) #ifeelloved
◆9. Age 13: Manson with breasts! I remember experiencing new emotions with this album. Know new sounds and discover rock styles. Discover a time when I did not exist and immerse myself in endless trips. ★Marilyn Manson - Mechanicals Animals (1998) #rockisdead#9albumsthatchangedmylife#ninealbumsthatchangedmylife#marilynmanson#eminem#korn#linkinpark#slipknot#oconnor#depechemode#theprodigy#cd<#cdaddict #cd #cds#cdcollection#cdcollector#mus#musiccollection#musicislife #music #album#goodmusic
To make this somewhat Tarot relevant, I decided to draw a card for each of these albums & what I was going through during that time. Interesting! Swipe to see my card picks ☺️✨
1. Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy//The Chariot. An album for moving forward & feeling empowered.
2. The Cure - Disintegration.
I could put every album by The Cure on here.//6 of Swords. This album was very paramount in helping me go through an emotionally tumultuous time.
3. Sarah Mclachlan - Fumbling towards ecstasy//wounded warrior teen from unrequited love.
4. Pink Floyd - Dark side of the moon//8 of Cups. spiritual journeys and experiments with drugs (in my teens). This album is amazing- sober or high.
5. Prince - Purple Rain//The Hermit. The inward search, spending lots of time alone listening to This album in my room. My parents used to make fun of me for playing this album toooo much. Can’t help it- special place in my heart for Prince.
6. Tori Amos - Boys for Pele//10 of Swords. Dwelling in the heartbreak and mental anguish. Drowning in it, even.
7. Jeff Buckley - Grace//Ace of Swords Reversed- I did listen to this album after I first started dating after my divorce- fell for him- but wasn’t seeing situation clearly, AT ALL. Yes true Love can be fucking blind. But! This situation freed me, however, as painful as it was.
The entire album is beautiful, but The song Lilac wine..💜💜💜
8. My Morning Jacket - Circuital//5 of Cups reversed. Discovered this album as I separated from my (at the time) husband. I was healing and finding a lot of power through my spirituality & delving deeper into Reiki.
9. M.I.A - Maya//The Emperor. I listened to this album while I was coming into my own raw, beautiful, eccentric sexual power.
#ledzeppelin#jeffbuckley#princepurplerain#sarahmclahlan#toriamos#pinkfloyd#musicislove#disintegration#ninealbumsthatchangedmylife#tar#tarotcommunity#tarotandmusic #tarot #tarotobsessed
John Coltrane- Giant Steps. I never got around to participating in the 9 albums that changed my life challenge. I did start a list but feel like I missed the boat on that one. One thing I got out of it was plenty of inspiration from all the awesome lists you ladies and gents had! This one comes courtesy of @vinyl_gold’s fantastic list. Usually when I pick up a new jazz album I’ll give it a spin, enjoy it, and then file the album away til I’m keen for another play. This one has barely left the turntable this week! Highly recommend it if you’re wanting to expand your Coltrane collection. I look forward to picking up more of the albums that caught my eye from everyone’s great lists 😎👌 since this was such a great pickup for me, what’s the best album recommendation you’ve gotten from someone on the vinyl Instagram community that you’ve picked up?
I do like those heady, trippy, super-engineered concept albums by technically brilliant progressive rock groups, but in the mid-to-late 1970s the punks reminded us of the power of simplicity. So here are #9albumsthatchangedmylife#RockAndRoll Edition, in order of release date. #ItsOnlyRockAndRoll list below.
I really enjoyed the nine album lists some of you put up, even if the hash tag made me cringe ( #ninealbumsthatchangedmylife lol). For me, these were all important. Two from dads collection (Tommy and Seamus), two from mam (Gilbert and Shangri Las). The others shouldn't be that surprising. All played to fuck here still. These aren't necessarily favourite bands, just important albums that took on their own meaning.
#9albumsthatchangedmylife#ninealbumsthatchangedmylife#vinylcarpet#vinylonly this was not easy, 9 is not enough, however, the 9 lps changed my life
- Herbert Grönemeyer - Bochum — I love every song on this LP from 1984, I still now every word of this record, thank you Herbie @herbertgroen
- The Sisters of Mercy - The reptile house ep — an early release of this fantastic band from 1983 — I can still remember the time, I tried to collect with my friend @dir@dir@dirkrudert in #braunschweig the older bootlegs and records of @thesistersofmercy_fanpage
- Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield — an amazing debut of 1972 for an amazing movie #exorzist, @mikeoldfield_fans created a timeless record
- Queen - News of the world — 1977 the released this global hymns record with such a power and mind, since this days, I was a @freddiemercuryclub fan and a part of me died with him
- Pink Floyd - The Wall — no words!!! This was the first record, I identified the power of vinyl! No other medium can transpot the power of this 1979 recorded masterpiece of @pinkfloyd
- U2 - the unforgettable fire — 1994 was the year, I heared @u2 the first time. I was in a record store and has to decide to buy AC/DC Razor‘s Edge or this one. I bought AC/DC. But a bit later I bought the U2, Too. Really no mistake
- Massive Attack - blue lines — also an amzazing debut in 1992 an the creation of a new music style, called #triphop@massiveattackofficial changed my music style with #unfinishedsympathy my TOP10 song of my live
- Depeche Mode - Violator — so many songs on on record? So many electronic stuff? Okay, #musicforthemasses was my first record I took note of @depechemode also again with @dirkrudert , but violator included #policyoftruth where my favorite band @the_klf_fan_page made a remix and so this record, released in 1990 had more influence on me
- NIN - Broken — again a debut I heared the first time with @dirkrudert such an amazing power in the music of @treznor with @nineinchnails , this was the moment, I stared to hear music like industrial! 1992 changed the music!
So when you know me, you will say: „no KLF?“ - yes, I have only 12“ on vinyl :-(