A thought provoking and challenging question is the topic for today's post. I sadly couldn't make it to 20, but I may add to this list later. I think I was being particularly harsh on which albums deserved a spot here, mainly because these are the albums you potentially will be listening to the REST OF YOUR LIFE. IN SPACE. Where no-one can hear you sing.
- A Rush of Blood To The Head- Coldplay: Like my own 'Sophie's Choice'.
- Greatest Hits- Queen: A must.
- Young Americans- David Bowie: I love this album from start to finish.
- Best of Bowie- David Bowie: Two words 'Modern Love'. Plus, he's an alien. AND there's 'Starman' and 'Space Oddity' and MAJOR TOM to consider.
- Lungs- Florence and the Machine: Flawless.
- Happiness- Hurts: Moody and ambient.
- Light Years- Kylie Minogue: If only to play the title track on a spaceship. I have to, it's my only chance.
- Born To Die/Paradise- Lana Del Rey: Another perfect record (s).
- Ray of Light- Madonna: Moody and ambient.
- Rudebox- Robbie Williams: Necessary for the synths.
- Recurring Dream- Crowded House: I won't leave Earth without this.
- Greatest- Duran Duran: If I didn't play 'Planet Earth' during liftoff, there would be some very pissed off people.
- Overpowered- Roisin Murphy: Another favourite of mine.
- Spiegel im Spiegel- Fur Alina: Classical piece that I couldn't live without.
I guess there's not a lot of 'classic' albums on there, and two appearances by Bowie. Plus 4 Greatest Hits compilations- is that cheating a bit?
|Bowie thinks otherwise.|
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