Rock classics of the 20th century, encapsulated in the best albums of 1984
Today we decided to dive into a truly magical period, 1984which was a year in which the boundaries of rock continued to transform and expand. This meant that the staunch adherents of heavy metal that had dominated the early part of the decade began to give way to an increasingly a variety of alternative bands. New wave and gothic became mainstream and thrash metal took its place on MTV. This year a lot of worthy albums were released that became classics and favorites in the playlists of millions of listeners from all over the world! As some foreign critics stressed (and we can't disagree with them):
"Between 1983 and 1984 there was clearly something going on in the universe. That period gave the world some of the best rock albums in history, whose weight has only increased over the years and whose influence is still actively spreading today..."
Collecting all the worthy albums in one list is a challenge Impossible! Yes, and the matter of taste sets the tone. So we decided to opt for records that have become particularly successful, and remain relevant today. They were warmly welcomed by the most diverse audiences, and critics praised them as never before. So there you have it. best rock albums of 1984 according to Fuzz Music magazine.
"Born in the U.S.A."
There's no doubt about it: 1984 was the year Bruce SpringsteenFor during this period the musician released "Born in the U.S.A." - their best album and classics for decades to come! The seventh studio record presented the world with such hit songs as "Dancing in the Dark" or "I'm on Fire," and, of course, the title track, a tale of a wounded Vietnam veteran that most people are familiar with.
In spite of grim the themes of some of the songs, "Born in the U.S.A." made Springsteen perhaps the biggest musical star 1984!
"Love at First Sting"
Exceptional album Scorpionswhich remains the most successful studio masterpiece of the German band in many parts of our planet - in France, Russia and even in the USA! The record sold out enormously and made the Scorps idols of millions.
From the skillfully written "Rock You Like a Hurricane" to one of the best rock ballads in history "Still Loving You." - It's hard to find weak tracks on this record.
"Ride the Lightning"
A phenomenal artistic leap from the debut album Metallica, "Ride the Lightning" took a slightly more measured pace and upped the ante in songwriting, exploring different ways to "threaten," from nuclear attacks (in "Fight Fire with Fire") to the electric chair (in "Ride the Lightning").
Many of the songs on the album became classics of the genreand, in general, few bands have made such progress from their debut to their second album. This is admirable!
To cash in on the MTV video boom, a Boston group The Cars literally shed her new wave skin and hired an AC/DC producer named Robert John "Matt" Langto help them begin to shine!
FROM "Heartbeat City." Five singles were released, including "Drive." - track that turned the band's career upside down in many ways.
This album may now cause controversy and discontent in the spirit: "It's not the best Queen album, is it?!"
Yes, but we're not talking about the band itself. We're talking about about 1984, and in this era "The Works" really became a "powerful weapon" in Queen's arsenal, with such hits as "Radio Ga Ga." and "I Want to Break Free" (and that's a minimum).
"The Unforgettable Fire"
U2 took a big step forward when they released the "The Unforgettable Fire"!
The album presents touching radio hits such as "Pride (In the Name of Love)" and "bad" (As well as the title track, of course).
As he likes to point out David Lee Roth, he left the Van Halen at the height of the group's commercial success.
Yes, "1984"I think it may have alienated some fans because of the use of synths. But this album is still cool! It gave fans such hits as "Jump", "I'll Wait", "Panama" and "Hot for Teacher". They were used to shoot the brightest videos of the group, which do not cease to gain a rabid number of views even today.
Some still call it "Powerslave" Iron Maiden's best albumand the relevance of the tracks from it confirms this theory.
For their fifth album, the band continued to perfect the mix of metal fireworks with progressive experimentation. The result was "Powerslave."The lyrical ideas of which were borrowed from the history, literature, and fantasy. This ranged from a single "Aces High."The first one, dedicated to World War II, to the 13-minute "Rime of the Ancient Mariner"inspired by the mythical tales of the old mariner.
"Building the Perfect Beast
Solo debut Dona Henley in 1982 showed that he could easily go from Eagles-inspired country rock to a modern sound. But in "Building the Perfect Beast the musician is in full bloom...
It's a carefully crafted set of songs about love and politics that was warmly received by audiences and eventually made the lists "the greatest albums of all time!