My Semi-Fictional Life #132 (Herman Sheckle’s Top Ten Albums of All Time)

Hello peeps. The music a person listens to can tell you a lot about them. So, today, I want to take you down a list of albums Herman Sheckle listened to while writing. Since Herman is no longer with us (he died in 2011), I will simply post the list without any intrusion from myself. Let’s allow Herman’s musical tastes to speak for themselves, shall we?

#1. “Bleach” by Nirvana

#2. “Promised Land” by Queensrÿche

#3. “Dookie” by Green Day

#4. “The Art of War” by Bone Thugs and Harmony

#5. “Come On Come On” by Mary Chapin Carpenter

#6. “Butchered at Birth” by Cannibal Corpse

#7. “My Own Prison” by Creed

#8. “August and Everything After” by Counting Crows

#9. “1999” by Prince

#10. “Ropin’ the Wind” by Garth Brooks

There you have it. Quite the list, no? Let me know some of your favorite albums.

See you tomorrow,


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4 thoughts on “My Semi-Fictional Life #132 (Herman Sheckle’s Top Ten Albums of All Time)

  1. Albums I Never Tire of Listening To:
    (Prepare yourself to possibly gasp in horror.)
    In no particular order!

    1. Hole – Celebrity Skin
    2. Papa Roach – Getting Away with Murder
    3. Marilyn Manson – The Golden Age of Grotesque
    4. Michael Jackson – Dangerous
    5. Lady Gaga – Born This Way
    6. Stabbing Westward – Wither, Blister, Burn, and Peel
    7. Celldweller – Wish Upon a Black Star
    8. Porcelain Black – Mannequin Factory (technically, this was never released. Her producer got mad when she left his label because he kept pushing the album release back, and when she left, he leaked it all online. >>)
    9. Placebo – Meds
    10. My Chemical Romance – Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
    11. Linkin Park – Reanimation
    12. Dwight Yoakam – Greatest Hits
    13. Breaking Benjamin – Phobia
    14. AFI – DecemberUnderground
    15. The Offspring – Americana
    16. In This Moment – Blood

    1. Amazing list. Mine would be:

      1. Swordfish Trombone, Tom Waits
      2. Spawn movie soundtrack
      3. Escape from LA soundtrack
      4. Countdown to Extinction, Megadeth
      5. Vulgar Display of Power, Pantera
      6. Self-titled, Korn
      7. Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces, Seether
      8. Come Whatever May, Stone Sour
      9. A Seat at the Table, Solange
      10. Aenima, Tool

      Honorable Mentions:
      Self-titled, Girugamesh
      Dusfunction, Staind
      21, Adele

  2. In no particular order. These are the albums that were constantly in rotation on the turntable.

    “Superunknown” by Soundgarden
    “Dirt” by Alice in Chains
    “Back in Black” by AC/DC
    “Ride the Lightning” by Metallica
    “Electric” by The Cult
    “Killing is my Business” by Megadeth
    “No Remorse” by Motorhead
    “Ten” by Pearl Jam
    “Appetite for Destruction” by Guns n’ Roses
    “Blizzard of Ozz” by Ozzy Osbourne

    I still listen to these often. Some music never goes out of style.

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