10 Albums You Should Show Someone Who Hates Classic Rock

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Some people hate classic rock just because. Normally, we just like to stay away from them since we don’t need that much negativity in life. But in most cases, they just haven’t listened to the right tunes. So if you have friends or acquaintances like that, then consider this as their starting place. Classic rock is beautifully diverse and whether they like it heavy or feel-good, there’s a song guaranteed to suit their preferences.

And so what better way to convince people that classic rock trumps pretty much every other genre than to make them listen to the following records. Unless they are tone deaf or have a seriously poor taste in music, we know for sure they’ll dig this.

10. Ozzy Osbourne – “Blizzard of Ozz” (1980)

We have two words for you – Randy Rhoads.

9. Rush – “Moving Pictures” (1981)


You can never go wrong with “YYZ” or “Tom Sawyer.”

8. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Are You Experienced” (1967)

Jimi Hendrix found his sound from the get-go and it’s one of the most successful ‘arrivals’ into the rock music scene.

7. Derek and the Dominos – “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs” (1970)


This double album features Eric Clapton’s greatest musical achievement – the title track “Layla.”

6. Van Halen – “Van Halen” (1978)

One of the few records where every single track is good. And don’t even get us started on how epic “Eruption” is.

5. The Who – “Who’s Next” (1971)


From “Baba O’Riley” to “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” this is both irresistible and majestic.

4. Pink Floyd – “Wish You Were Here” (1975)

Many fell in love with Pink Floyd because of this album obviously because there’s not one bad track here.

3. The Beatles – “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1967)

It’s revolutionary and it’s the solid proof that The Beatles were way ahead of their time.

2. Led Zeppelin – “Led Zeppelin IV” (1971)


It’s Led Zeppelin at their best, that should be enough.

1. Queen – “A Night at the Opera” (1975)


Every single thing is a masterpiece – from the tone to Freddie Mercury’s vocal performance. There’s so much diversity, it will blow your mind.