It’s not often that we get to write about music here on the AudioAcrobat WordPress blog, but when we do, you can rest assured that it is a real treat both for our staff and for you, our readers.
In this special edition format of year-end posts, we’re proud to bring you our staff’s 5 Best Rock Albums of 2012, all available for streaming, for free, in their entirety via the popular music consumption platform, Spotify.
By which criteria are we ranking these favored releases? No special algorithms or chart analysis were used, really, we promise. They’re simply rock-styled albums which were released in and stood out the most, each as a whole, in our lives during the year of 2012. No less, no more.
What do you say we get on to the list?!
Best Coast – “The Only Place”
Perfect summertime poolside relaxation.
Reel Big Fish – “Candy Coated Fury”
The relationship/breakup album Reel Big Fish never made during their 90’s heyday.
Green Day – “Uno”
Getting back to their roots, despite tour-canceling drug rehabilitation setbacks.
The Ting Tings – “Sounds From Nowheresville”
Long awaited sophomore album from UK pop/rock/electronic crossover phenom.
Pennywise – “All Or Nothing”
Sounds more like The Offspring than The Offspring sounds like The Offspring. Powerful and invigorating!
Jack White – “Blunderbuss”
Jack’s first solo outing. A crafting of genius slash White Stripes breakup record.
Had you listened to any of the above albums prior to seeing this list? Let us know!
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