You should have gotten some celebs to write about their favorite albums. I know that Kurt Rambis, is a huge music buff, and he’d love to do one. Feel free to include on the main page
10. Jock Jams- The All Star Jock Jams
-Any album featuring both “Whoomp There it Is” and “Who Let the Dogs Out” is a game changer, in my opinion
-Gret retrospective. A “must” for anybody who calls themself a fan. This runs the gamut of WWF intros, from the loveable Bushwhackers to the depraved D-Generation X
8. Kobe Bryant- K.O.B.E.
-Gotta give some love for my boy. This gem is hard to find, but I got connections.
7. J.C. Chasez- Schizophrenic
-Not only a better dancer, but a better singer than Justin Timberlake. The fact that he isn’t the current King of Pop is nothing short of criminal!
6. Alien Ant Farm- ANThology
-Great punk/rock band. Wrote some really catchy songs. Michael Jackson even covered one of them.
5. The Cheetah Girls- One Love Soundtrack
Great pop, with a great message
4. MercyMe- 10
-If there is anything I love more than basketball it’s sports goggles. If there is anything I love more than sports goggles, it’s Jesus Christ. “I Can Only Imagine” is such a powerful call to worship. Makes me sweat whenever I hear it.
3. Aaron Carter- Aaron’s Party (Come and Get It)
-This album features the song “That’s How I Beat Shaq” and when I coached Shaq on the Lakers, I once beat him in HORSE. I also once beat him when I played for the Charlotte Hornets and he the Orlando Magic. I held him to 34 points.
2. Kenny G- Rhythm and Romance
-Yeah, I played in the NBA, so I slay lots on tang. What do you think puts them women in the mood? My good friend, Kenny G.
1. Arcade Fire- Funeral
-Top to bottom, best album of decade. Neon Bible was a real bummer of a follow-up.
Modest Mouse- The Moon and Antarctica
Explosions in the Sky- The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
Sigur Ros- ( )
Grizzly Bear- Veckatimest