For this week's Ranked!, we decided to compile our favorite albums from 1981. Did your favorite make the cut? Did we get it right? Let us know in the comments!
Here are numbers 1-5:
5. The J. Geils Band, Freeze FrameFreeze Frame had a hell of a lot to offer. The awesome title track. The funky "Flamethrower." The track "Piss On The Wall," which I really found outlandish at the time because I think it was the only song title on any of my albums that contained a curse word. "Centerfold" and its accompanying video, which had us all wondering if that girl was Martha Quinn or not.
But for me, the real draw to Freeze Frame was "Angel In Blue," the melodramatic almost-hit that may be the sweetest, most romantic song ever written about a stripper.--Chris