Knocking it out of the park with your first record is usually a sure-fire way to make sure that your career kicks off in the best way possible. Before long, the Arctic Monkeys had managed to become one of the biggest rock groups on the planet, managing to prove to everyone that rock was far from dead. And that the Internet was bound to become the new way for marketing emerging artists.
Posted by Smashing Lists Leave a comment Musicians only get to make one first album, a collection of songs which epitomise their formative years- and that they in turn have the entirety of those formative years to write.
Despite forming 6 years earlier, the band did not achieve much commercial success until the release of this album, which to me would signify those were six years well spent 9.
The Who — My Generation In an era dominated by smartly attired song-smiths performing their jangly love odes in London clubs, The Who smashed their way onto the scene with a fresh brand of overdriven sonic rock assault.
The Beatles — Please Please Me Announcing to the world a group of young men who went on to change the face of popular music forever, Please Please Me is an extremely solid debut. Little did they know that was all about to change however, with the album going on to establish The Beatles as a worldwide phenomenon.
The White Stripes — The White Stripes I know they have now ceased to exist and that Jack White has currently got his musical fingers in all kinds of overindulgent? Well, it all started with this- their self-titled debut. Despite having to churn out another few albums before reaching aforementioned popularity level- the duos first effort is full of signs that they were headed in the right direction.‘xx’ is one of those rare debut albums that sounds like the work of a band cresting the peak of their powers, not the result of four teenagers recording in a Notting Hill garage for the first time.
The Sun () Despite its lack of sales success the debut album did receive critical acclaim. The Sun () We have our debut album and our first headline tour. The Sun () That's why this album feels more of a debut album than the first one. During rock’s 60s heyday, the long-player gradually became the medium of choice for artists chasing critical and commercial success.
By , album sales officially overtook singles for the very first time in the UK, so in celebration, uDiscover Music has picked the Top 10 Debut Albums Of the 60s. The Obelisk Presents: The Top 20 Debut Albums of 1. Telekinetic Yeti, Abominable 2.
Rozamov, This Mortal Road 3. Mindkult, Lucifer’s Dream 4. Dool, Here Now There Then 5. Eternal Black, Bleed the Days 6.
Arduini/Balich, Dawn of Ages 7.
Infamous mask-wearing US rockers Slipknot have triumphed in a Metal Hammer poll to find the best debut album of the last 25 years.. More than 16, people took part in the poll, arranged to celebrate Metal Hammer’s 25th anniversary..
And Slipknot’s eponymous debut got almost a . Pages in category " debut albums" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().