Yes yes we know you are more of a Taylor Swift guy.I don't have copies of Britney and Christina laying about.
... although it would seem like your Britneyfication has begun.33. Britney - Baby One More Time
How did this turn out to be good? I expected to endure it once then bin it, but ended up enjoying it. It really picked up my mood. Some of those Lauperesque inflections in her vocals are sort of gorgeous. A couple of filler tracks but everything else is a brightly produced pop banger. Not what I expected.
Absolutely love Disraeli Gears which I discovered quite late (like a couple of years ago), can listen to it over and over.46. Cream - Disraeli Gears
I can take or leave Eric Clapton but as a band they definitely have a feisty chemistry.
47. Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker
A comforting final record. You can almost hear the twinkle in his eye. Similar to Bowie's Black Star in its reconciling life with the beyond. I wonder if the Johnny Cash American recordings were the progenitor of the death confronting album.
As for the Cohen one - have you listened to Rough and Rowdy Ways, Dylan's latest album? Falls into that category somewhat too I think.