Artist Top Fives

Beardyman’s Top Five Albums

Beardyman
Beardyman

The worlds most entertaining vocal impressario reveals his Top 5 Albums

“The perfect balance of weird and good.”
“The perfect balance of weird and good.”
“They should use this in schools”
“They should use this in schools”
“Some of the best production of the seventies.”
“Some of the best production of the seventies.”
“An awkward fusion of his manifold musical talents.”
“An awkward fusion of his manifold musical talents.”
“One of the sexiest records ever made.”
“One of the sexiest records ever made.”

A Comedic and Vocal Genius

He is the world’s most entertaining and innovative live looping beatbox and vocal artist. If Brian Eno, Aphex Twin, Michael Winslow and Reggie Watts were to engineer a super human together, the result would be Beardyman. Below he reveals his top five albums of all time to Classic Album Sundays.

Radiohead – “Kid A”

The perfect balance of weird and good. One of the experimental but acutely listenable Radiohead albums that is as engaging as it is unusual.

Captain Beefheart – “Trout Mask Replica”

The most insane thing anyone has ever committed to vinyl. Required listening. They should use this in schools.

Pink Floyd – “Animals”

An oft overlooked Floyd album which I cannot seem to stop listening to. Its expertly crafted and to my mind some of the best production of the seventies.

Aphex Twin – “Drukqs”

Richard D James retired immediately after releasing this album. It is an awkward fusion of his manifold musical talents and is one of the most carefully sculpted, savagely brutal, sublimely delicate renderings of waveforms that have ever been created.

D’Angelo – “Voodoo”

One of the best produced, incredibly written and sexiest records ever made.

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