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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye (2014)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye (2014)

This is the best collection of songs they have put together in years.

More Perfect Playlists: The Doors – Other Voices (1971); Full Circle (1972)

More Perfect Playlists: The Doors – Other Voices (1971); Full Circle (1972)

Rarely considered part of the canon, these two albums nevertheless have their moments.

More Perfect Playlists: The Kinks – Sleepwalker/Misfits (1977-78)

More Perfect Playlists: The Kinks – Sleepwalker/Misfits (1977-78)

Turns out that ‘Sleepwalker’ was very much a concept album.

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 5, Now What?!

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 5, Now What?!

In the end, the lack of an easily identifiable, marketable image is a two-edged sword.

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 4, Rainbows, Snakes and the Glory Road

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 4, Rainbows, Snakes and the Glory Road

Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale and Ian Gillan explore new sounds during a hiatus.

More Perfect Playlists: The Who – Who’s Next (1971)

More Perfect Playlists: The Who – Who’s Next (1971)

This time, we try to reconstruct the ever-elusive rock opera ‘Lifehouse.’

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 3, Mistreated

Enter bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes and vocalist David Coverdale.

More Perfect Playlists: Bad Company – Bad Company; Straight Shooter (1974-75)

More Perfect Playlists: Bad Company – Bad Company; Straight Shooter (1974-75)

Let’s rearrange the first two albums by those meat-and-potatoes rockers Bad Company.

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 2, Smoke on the Water

Deep Purple vs. the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Vol. 2, Smoke on the Water

It’s the most recognizable heavy-rock guitar riff ever. Isn’t that enough?

More Perfect Playlists: The Beatles – Revolver (1966)

More Perfect Playlists: The Beatles – Revolver (1966)

Let’s start by getting rid of “Yellow Submarine.” Buy the soundtrack if you feel that strongly about it.