ACTORS WITH ALBUMS
My favorite albums by people who have also been in front of a camera.
- •Leighton Meester - "Heartstrings"If you've never listened to this amazing piece of art, please do. With the voice of an angel over complex melodies you'll think you died and went to heaven. It's intense and ambient and just so fucking brilliant and worth at least 5 straight through listens.
- •Michael Pitt/Pagoda - "Pagoda"After a very rich love affair with Boardwalk Empire I sussed out more information so I could watch more things he was in and was somewhat intrigued and pleasantly surprised by this. Very Nirvana-esque, which is not really THAT surprising but still, I definitely enjoyed it.
- •Alanis Morissette - "Jagged Little Pill"Ok, the ONE show I wasn't allowed to watch as a kid was "You can't do that on Television". Little beknownst to many, Alanis was actually on that show, therefore making her a candidate for this list because... Reasons I could go on for forever being because she is the angsty voice of my youth and then the soft voice years after.
- •Anthony/Tony Perkins - "The Prettiest Girl in School"Best known for his role as the infamous Norman Bates, Tony owns the microphone. If you're into this kind of Chet Baker kind of thing, your heart will burst for Tony's voice. I can't even describe to you how much I love it, it's my "feel better" music.
- •Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen - "I am the Cute One"My childhood. I was obsessed. My sister and I would pretend to be them and we'd sing and act out every video because we knew them by heart. They released two albums (that I know of) and both were copied for me by a really good friend and I listened to the fuck out of them. Still would.
- •Donald Glover/Childish Gambino - "Because The Internet"Uhhhhhhhh.... yes. One of my favorite albums of 2013. Has officially gone down as one of my favorite rap albums of all time. He's soft and then hard and it goes through so many ups and downs between sick fucking rhythms.
- •Steve Martin - "Love Has Come for You"Not many people are aware of the amazingness that is Steve's banjo playing. I grew up listening to my grandma's blue grass band so anyone who can pick and twang instantly gets a gold star from me. If you can handle it, I think you should give it a listen.