Chicago Garage Band Greats: The Best Of Rembrandt Records 1966-1968.
Chicago Garage Band Greats: The Best Of Rembrandt Records 1966-1968 (CD, Comp, RE). Thunderbolt.
This Chicago discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Chicago albums can be found at the top of the list. The band hails from the city of Chicago, and has been together in various formations since 1967. Over time, the group's sound has evolved from rock to soft rock to pop. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Chicago singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
The Best of Chicago: 40th Anniversary is a double greatest hits album, and the thirty-first album overall, by American rock band Chicago, released by Rhino Records on October 2, 2007. It consists of two discs containing 30 of Chicago's top 40 singles. It is the fourth compilation of past hits released by their label since beginning of the decade.
The best Chicago albums of 2016. Another banner year for music in Chicago offered up great hip-hop, rock, jazz and metal albums. This was the year that the city's hip-hop scene once again took the spotlight, buoyed by Chance the Rapper's latest mixtape and releases by his various collaborators. Local record labels supported a new crop of independent musicians, one of the city's best jazz clubs hosted the recording of a modern classic and veterans like Wilco and Tortoise continued their respective winning streaks. Not all of Chicago's garage-rock wunderkinds have aged as gracefully as Twin Peaks, who channel the bluesy charm of the Rolling Stones on its 2016 release. Taking a page out of the Band's book, the group found a house in the country to record Down in Heaven-the results aren't exactly ramshackle, but they have a comfortable, laid-back tone that suits the band.
Chicago III. Chicago at Carnegie Hall. Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album. Chicago XXVI: Live in Concert. The Very Best of Chicago: Only the Beginning. Chicago XXXII: Stone of Sisyphus. Chicago XXXIII: O Christmas Three. Chicago XXXIV: Live in ’75. The Nashville Sessions.
|A1||–Dj Tonka||Old Skool|
|A2||–Ruffneck Featuring Yavahn||Everybody Be Somebody|
|A3||–Gillette||Do Fries Go With That Shake?|
|B1||–Echo Bass||Say Up & Down|
|B2||–Revolution X||The Beat Goes On|
|B3||–Ratpack||The Captain Of The Ship|
|B4||–Da Coconut Hut Club||Mexico Lindo|