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12 Aug 2012, 00:59 by NG_Laura0-10
2Pac - Me Against the World
3 Doors Down - Seventeen Days
3 Doors Down - 3 Doors Down
3T - Brotherhood
(+44) - When Your Heart Stops Beating
ABBA - The Complete Singles Collection
ABBA - Arrival
ABBA - The Visitors
Adams, Bryan - So Far So Good
Adams, Bryan - On a Day Like Today
Adams, Ryan - Gold
Adele - 19
Adele - 21
A fine frenzy - One Cell in the Sea
Aguilera, Christina - Christina Aguilera
Aguilera, Christina - Stripped
Aguilera, Christina - Back to Basics
The Album Leaf - Into The Blue Again
Allen, Lily - It's Not Me, It's You
American Pie - Soundtrack
Angel, Ashley Parker - Soundtrack To Your Life
Angels & Airwaves - We Don't Need to Whisper
Angus & Julia Stone - Down the Way
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare
Arctic Monkeys - Suck It and See
Arctic Monkeys - Universal
Arthur, Joseph - Redemption's Son
ASD - Wer Hätte Das Gedacht
Ashanti - Ashanti
4 Mar 2010, 01:21 by glmh101http://www.culturebully.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/rebirth-cover-lil-wayne.jpg
A sports gambling theory for the Super Bowl or other big games with a wait before it is something is obvious but you start talking yourself into the opposite to kill the wait, chances are what was obvious was for a reason. The same concept goes with the notation of Lil’ Wayne making a rock album. You hear about it and laugh. Then you think about it and convince yourself that Wayne could do a rap heavier version of Linkin Park. He could try what The Roots are famous for, having a rock band instead of a DJ and rap like normal. He could also do what Framing Hanley did – turn a rap song (Wayne’s “Lollipop”) into rock songs. He could even keep rapping like normal, but just rock influenced production and have rock artists opposed to rappers as his featured guests. But it did not take the 51 minutes of Rebirth, but you realize almost instantaneously that you are listening to a train wreck.
31 Dec 2009, 20:53 by jlegend369This took me forever to compile. It took lots of searching through my library, catching up on some late-in-the-year releases, and going back and reminding myself of some of my faves from early in the year…The only rules were that the ALBUM (the Drake mixtape would have charted on my top, but it topped the mixtapes instead) had to be released in 2009 (thus, why an album like Beyonce’s “I Am… Sasha Fierce”, which had tons of hot singles this year, is not included on this list).
Check out my picks below and PLEASE leave comments, questions, praise, hate, or suggestions for my lists…Thanks in advance!
My Top 20 Albums of the Year
20) Rihanna - Rated R
Never would have thought she would be on my list over Chris Breezy, but once I finally gave in and listened to it, she edged him out...
19) Melanie Fiona - The Bridge
Soulful melodies and great production make this the female throwback album of the year...
18) R. Kelly - Untitled
19 Dec 2009, 08:54 by Di-chyhttp://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/129/l_76a8a7bd0eec4af4a1060fa2c8dab72e.jpg
安室奈美恵 (Namie Amuro)
Souls of Mischief
This time I don't really feel like writing about some of the individual albums as I've always done on my "Recently Purchased" posts, mostly because I want to take time to work on my "Best R&B Albums of 2009" list and more importantly, now that the year 2010 is actually coming, "Best R&B Albums of the Decade" on the way.
As in the past few years, December is again a quite big month for R&B music in both quality and quantity and some of the albums that I picked up on this post, such as Untitled, Sex Therapy: The Experience and The Element of Freedom, will surely make the year-end list, too. Graffiti doesn't sound that good to me at this point, but hope it will grow on me in the coming few days.
18 Dec 2009, 12:19 by CvaldaVessalisSo here we are, as Bloc Party would sing... The end of the year... The end of the decade... The end of an era... The fucking end of it all!!!! Seriously, this year has been the most horrid one so far for me personally; this journal has kind of been one of the only things keeping me sane and with-it, so for those patient enough to read through it, thank you! And for those who've commented, thanks for your feedback! This will be one of a handful of entries for me this month, it being The End and everything, so keep 'em peeled for some more chart/award-based malarkey. But I digress, without further ado, let's crack on with December...
I Dreamed A Dream by Susan Boyle
Like quite a few UK TV viewers and YouTube subscribers, I got caught up in the whole Susan Boyle farrago in the early months of this year; the first time I saw her audition on Britain’s Got Talent, I too was quietly overwhelmed at the emotional turnaround that a humble, lonely woman achieved in the face of a viewership of millions…