Top 5 Albums Baby Boomers Love & Millennials Don’t Know
The streaming music era is upon us and lots of Millennials aren't getting the hand-me-down physical albums of the past and missing out on amazing music. It's almost like it's being forgotten.
Rolling Stone magazine has made a list of 40 albums that Baby Boomers loved and that Millennials don't even know.
So it begs the question who are Baby Boomers and who are Millennials?
Baby Boomers are people born in 1946 to 1964 and Millennials were born between the years of 1981 and 1996.
So this is an open call to all the grandparents out there, it's not too late, share your favorite music with your grand kids before it's lost forever...maybe I went too far with that statement, but it could happen.
Top 5 Albums Baby Boomers Love & Millennials Don't Know:
1. Bonnie Raitt, "Nick of Time", 1989
2. Dire Straits, "Brothers in Arms", 1986
3. Phil Collins, "No Jacket Required", 1985
4. Tina Turner, "Private Dancer", 1984
5. Supertramp, "Breakfast in America", 1979
The article says there's no specific formula for how they came up with the list but they do say that "The Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd and "London Calling" by The Clash are examples of albums that young people are finding.
To see the full list of all 40 albums, click here.