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24 nov. 2012, 0h04m par snowy657Here it is - a mega list of the best albums from the 1980's. I have used a ratings system to compile this list. All of the 24k tracks on my ipod are rated 1-5 stars. I have listened to 400-500 albums from the eighties(a lot of these albums several times) so it's easy for me to compile a list like this. There are no compilations or greatest hits on this list. No mini albums or EP's either, an album must have at least seven tracks to feature. In my opinion, there is only one album that I have ever heard that is perfection and every single track on it gets 5 stars. That album is at number one on my list. If you have never heard "Script of the Bridge" then please check it out. You won't be disappointed!
200 The Cult - Love (1985)
199 The Damned - Anything (1986)
198 Pixies - Surfer Rosa (1988)
197 Immaculate Fools - Hearts Of Fortune (1985)
1 août 2011, 1h18m par PorridgeGunKGB Nights / Blue Drive
La Planete Sauvage
Wish You Were Here
Obscured by Clouds
Peter Gabriel (Car)
Peter Gabriel (Scratch)
Peter Gabriel (Melt)
Drums Between the Bells
26 avr. 2011, 9h32m par SoylenceKlaxons - Surfing the Void (2010)
Genre: indie rock
Samples: "Flashover," "Twin Flames" (NSFW), "Valley of the Calm Trees"
Here's the Klaxons story as I understand it: they released their first album and a bunch of singles in 2006-7. Renowned bastion of disreputable music criticism NME liked them a lot and declared them the figureheads of the tenuous "new rave" genre (basically British dance-punk bands that downplay the post-punk influence). The Klaxons got sick of being called this, probably because a lot of the bands that did embrace the "new rave" label were pretty troglodytic (see Hadouken! for the most triumphant example). So they said "fuck it, let's do something entirely different" and ultimately made this album.
It could still be called dance-punk, I guess, if you really want to stretch that term's definitions…
15 août 2008, 12h58m par ted_blurnI was thinking maybe of doing something like this when I got 5000 tracks scrobbled, but it's a dull evening and I've got a long download going, so let's go. Here's my current top 50 artists, and where I first encountered them:
1. Nine Inch Nails
Heard Closer on the radio in late 1994 when it cracked the Australian top 10. Took quite a few more years to become a fan though.
They were everywhere on the radio in 1991 and 1992. Of course you've heard a Nirvana song, even if you weren't even born then. As a young kid, all I knew then was that there suddenly seemed to be a lot of good music on the radio.
3. The Clash
Knew about these guys for quite a while, but the first time I was really conscious of "hey, I'm listening to the Clash" was at my brother's 21st. There'd been a mixup with the music and all we had to listen to was a Clash greatest hits album, and Rock the Casbah got played over and over...
19 mai 2008, 8h43m par firlephanzTop Artists:
02 Kim Wilde
05 Stevie Wonder
06 PJ Harvey
07 Nine Inch Nails
08 Tanita Tikaram
09 James Brown
10 The Cinematic Orchestra
01 Red Hot Chili Peppers – Californication
02 Killing Joke – Night Time
03 Die Fantastischen Vier – Viel
04 Mano Negra – Best Of
05 Muse – Black Holes And Revelations
06 Jens Lekman – Night Falls Over Kortedala
07 The Hooters – New Wave Hits Of The 70's & 80's
08 Queen – Greatest Hits
09 James Brown – Out of Sight
10 Fury in the Slaughterhouse – Fury in the Slaughterhouse
01 Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy
02 Living in a Box – Living in a Box
03 Baltimora – Tarzan Boy
04 Kikai – Blue (feat. Kimberly Keck)
05 The Sisters of Mercy – Lucretia My Reflection
06 Ultravox – Vienna
07 Talk Talk – Such a Shame
08 Coldplay – Talk
09 Visage – Fade to Grey
10 Ultravox – Hymn
the complete charts !
5 jan. 2007, 19h42m par geheza
1 jan. 2007, 22h28m par geheza