Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
I adore the diverse styles and consistent quality of The Beatles (White Album).
Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
Friend of the Devil
Well, it was released as a promotional disc, but not till ’72:
In any case, although they didn’t specifically craft singles, that doesn’t mean Atlantic records wasn’t going to issue them! http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/led_zeppelin#Single
And speaking of singles, how the hell did “Hey Hey What Can I Do” get relegated to B-Side status?! I’m glad it’s readily available now, but that was a pretty unjust decision for music fans. Would’ve fit in nicely on III.
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part I) (a.k.a. Parts I-V)
The Beatles [White Album]
Rock ‘n Roll Animal!
As a pioneering British psych album putting tracks like “Take Up Thy Stethescope…,” “Bike,” and “Interstellar Overdrive” on the same disc, Piper At The Gates Of Dawn gets my vote!