You Pick It! – Which Album to Review in May?

Today is actually My 5 Year Anniversary of Blogging. And perfect timing for this post because You, my reader, are going to pick an album for me to review for next month.  I love that fact that we aren’t going to celebrate my blog, but instead I want to celebrate you by letting you pick something for me to review. I want to give you the voice. We have been doing this for a while now, so I am glad this month it fell on this day.

It is really simple…first, I will give you 5 albums to choose from and second, you will tell me which one of those you would like to see reviewed on the site.  See…simple!

There are a few simple rules I have put in to place in my selections.  They are…

  • One has to be a new release (within the last month)
  • One has to be one I have never heard before (new releases don’t count for this one)
  • One has to be from a genre I don’t normally listen to at all or very often
  • And the last two are choices from my collection that I haven’t reviewed before

What are the 5 albums you ask?  Funny you should ask because I have those right here…

  New Release – The Fratellis – Half Drunk Under a Full Moon

  Never Heard Before – Radiohead – ‘OK Computer’

  Not My Normal Genre – Parliament – ‘Mothership Connection’

  From My Collection – The Doors – ‘Morrison Hotel’

  From My Collection – The Rolling Stones – ‘Sticky Fingers’

Let me know which one you would like to see and sometime in May, I will post a review of the album that gets the most votes. You have one week to decide and from there I will start listening to the album and do a review.

Thanks for participating!!

40 thoughts on “You Pick It! – Which Album to Review in May?

  1. God, you’ve got me thinking. My initial thoughts of “Sticky Fingers” or “Morrison Hotel” is countered by my curiosity on the others. Therefore, because I have little experience with Radiohead, I’ll go with that one.

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      1. You have to record it though as an audio so we can hear you slur. I did that with Tommy Lee’s solo album. I have to admit I only previewed each track though, didn’t listen to the whole thing.

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