This is What Innovation Looks Like!

A small random sampling of what Innovation and Expression of Free Speech looks like. This post could easily go for miles so please forgive our small sampling and omissions in our illustration of the innovative work of musicians and songwriters.

“Dark Side Of The Moon” – Pink Floyd
“Nevermind” – Nirvana
“OK Computer” – Radiohead
“Straight Outta Compton” – NWA
“Hotel California” – The Eagles
“The Blue Print” – Jay-Z
“Andy Wahol” – The Velvet Underground & Nico
“Sergent Pepper” – The Beatles
“Pet Sounds” – The Beach Boys
“Kinda Blue” – Miles Davis
“Appetite For Destruction” – Guns & Roses
“Raising Hell” – Run DMC
“Paul’s Boutique” – The Beatie Boys
“Play” – Moby
“Led Zeppelin IV” – Led Zeppelin
“The Chronic” – Dr. Dre
“1999” – Prince
“Rated R” – Queens Of The Stone Age
“Pretty Hate Machine” – Nine Inch Nails
“The Doors” – The Doors
“Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols” – The Sex Pistols
“The Joshua Tree” – U2
“Born To Run” – Bruce Springsteen
“Thriller” – Michael Jackson
“Tubular Bells” – Mike Oldfield
“Are You Experienced” – Jimi Hendrix
“College Dropout” – Kanye West
“Remain In Light” – The Talking Heads
“Highway To Hell” – ACDC
“Kill Um All” – Metallica
“Mothership Connection” – Parliment
“The Clash” – The Clash
“Goodby Yellow Brick Road” – Elton John
“Imagine” – John Lennon
“Rain Dogs” – Tom Waits
“Loveless” – My Bloody Valentine
“Day Dream Nation” – Sonic Youth

And the list could go on and on and on…

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