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Parkway Drive's Winston McCall: the 10 albums that changed my life

Mastodon, Metallica and Kanye West: the music that's shaped the life of Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall


THE FIRST ALBUM I BOUGHT WAS...

THE PRODIGY - MUSIC FOR THE JILTED GENERATION [XL, 1994]

“I’m pretty sure Voodoo People was the song that got me into them – I think I heard it on the radio – and I ended up going out and getting the album, and I was a Prodigy fan from then on. We literally put it on in the car the other day on the way back from a gig and were like, ‘Fuck, this is still banging!’”

THE BEST ALBUM ARTWORK IS...

MASTODON - LEVIATHAN [RELAPSE, 2004]

“At the time, I had no idea who Mastodon were, but that album cover is absolutely phenomenal, so I got it. You don’t have to know what the music is to want to check out that album – and that’s mission accomplished.”

THE ALBUM I WANT TO BE REMEMBERED FOR IS...

PARKWAY DRIVE - IRE [EPITAPH, 2015]

“We haven’t made it yet! But if I had to pick, it would be Ire, simply because everything we’ve released is always the most up-to-date representation of us as people, so yeah, it’d be that.”


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