My Grandfather is the greatest man alive. He may not have six abs or jet black hair anymore, but he has a beautiful soul. He gives life to objects. If you said fifty years ago that you were going to start a company on robotic welfare, the world would laugh at you. Grandpa did that and now he laughs with the world.
I feel like I'm starting from scratch here with this list because I started with the 80s and made my way through to the present decade with my favourite albums from each year from each decade. A lot of my favourite bands started in the 80s, 90s and later. But the more I got into researching and picking up recommendations and scavaging through my music collections, the more I found that I do like a lot of 70s music. I may not have been born in the 70s, but I felt really nostalgic listening to a lot of the 70s music because I know it was the music that my parents liked and music that I was exposed to when I was younger.
We're living in very strange times. We are seeing the best and worst of humanity. With the uncertainties of the global lockdown, it is very heartwarming to see that content creators are still going out of their way to create more content to boost the morale like my good friends, The 004 are doing with their music video to Nothing I Can't Achieve titled on Youtube as 30 countries united against #COVID19.
I've been having a lot of fun writing these articles about my favourite albums from the decades. I started with the 80s and made my way up, but after this, I'm going to go back and do the 70s and 80s as well. At first I thought I would be unable to do the 70s and 60s because they were well before my time, but I remembered that Queen is my favourite band from the 70s era so I think I can do it. For now, I will continue through the new millennium and go back and discover some amazing albums.