« Back to Blog
Check out the hottest summer albums of all time
Whether you're living it up on the beach or enjoying a relaxing evening on the back porch, summertime music has a flavor and vibe all its own. The best records are truly timeless and can be enjoyed again and again whenever the weather gets hot.
By taking paid surveys with Opinion Outpost, you can make money from home online or redeem gift cards to sites like iTunes* and purchase some of the best summer albums ever recorded. Here's just a small sampling:
Beyonce - 4 (2011)
As Consequence of Sound pointed out, this album is full of energy. The superstar's fourth studio record, 4, is loaded with summertime favorites and instant classics such as "Run the World [Girls]." At the same time "Love on Top" is a perfect track for any party, and will have your guests smiling out from ear to ear.
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
As one of the most acclaimed groups in musical history, the Beatles have put out a dizzying amount of great music. But when it comes to summer jams, Sgt. Pepper's is hard to beat.
Some of the Beatles' most famous songs are found on the album, and whether you're enjoying a backyard cookout with older relatives or throwing a dance party for a younger crowd, the record is sure to be a hit across the board.
The Backstreet Boys - Backstreet Boys (1996)
For anyone heading out on a road trip, having the right tunes is critical for making sure everyone has a good time. Any millennial on board is sure to love taking a trip down memory lane with this beloved Backstreet Boys album, but really anyone will love this record.
Al Green - Call Me (1973)
This is one of the best albums for anyone looking for a little romance this summer, according to Rolling Stone. Al Green's iconic voice combined with snazzy, soothing music creates an utterly enchanting soundtrack to any sunset or a dinner along the beach.
Tracks like "Have You Been Making Out O.K." and "Call Me" are some of the best R&B songs ever recorded, and are sure to make your summer a little more steamy.
Taylor Swift - 1989 (2014)
Taking paid surveys is great for downloading the hottest albums, and 1989 is still among the best, most fun records produced in recent memory. No longer a shy country singer, Taylor Swift really got after it on this project, and the hit single "Shake it Off" is indicative of the album's energetic flair.
The winner of the 2014 Grammy Award for Album of the Year, 1989 is perfect for enjoying a day at the beach, partying with friends or just rocking out on your way to work.
Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane (2002)
Another fun record to enjoy this summer, Songs About Jane put Adam Levine on the map. And for good reason, as this album is truly fantastic. Tracks like "This Love" and "Sunday Morning" can be enjoyed again and again without any shame.
*iTunes® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion
« Back to Blog