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Ago 1 2013, 3:39 di pavskiesHere's the list of my all-time favorite albums. Haven't updated this list in 6 years. Doing this so I can chronicle my favorite albums as the years go by. Enjoy.
100. Common - Be
99. Silver Jews - American Water
98. Starflyer 59 - Silver
97. Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One
96. Dinosaur Jr. - Bug
95. The Avalanches - Since I Left You
94. M83 - Saturdays = Youth
93. Ween - The Mullosk
92. The Hold Steady - Boys And Girls In America
91. PJ Harvey - Stories From the City Stories From the Sea
90. The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
89. Sonic Youth - Dirty
88. The Stooges - The Stooges
87. Talking Heads - Fear of Music
86. Pretty Girls Make Graves - Good Health
85. Blur - Parklife
84. Nas - Illmatic
83. The Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
82. The Doors - The Doors
81. Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me
80. Air - Talkie Walkie
79. Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
78. A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory
Gen 5 2013, 21:10 di cosmicallison
Ott 6 2012, 21:30 di f611This list will be updated from time to time.
It does not contain all of my albums and EPs, because that would take too long. Here are most of them.
Please post a comment if you have any recommendations for bands or albums.
My Jazz and Classical collection: http://www.last.fm/user/f611/journal/2012/10/06/5mqdjt_music_i_own:_jazz_and_classical
Numbers and Symbols
30 Seconds To Mars
30 Seconds to Mars
A Beautiful Lie
MTV Unplugged: Thirty Seconds to Mars - EP
This Is War
Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno
Just Another Band from the Cosmic Inferno
Starless and Bible Black Sabbath
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
Dark Side of the Black Moon: What Planet Are We On?
Lord of the Underground - Vishnu and the Magic Elixir
Minstrel in the Galaxy
Myth Of The Love Electrique
Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo
Marrow of the Spirit
Jagged Little Pill
Écailles de lune
Giu 24 2012, 7:41 di f611This list is completely subjective and will change frequently.
Please comment if you have any recommendations for similar albums / artists.
Studio albums only.
I have scrobbled / listened to the whole album at least once.
Top Ten from each year only.
1. Thelonious Monk - The Unique
2. Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus
3. The Modern Jazz Quartet - Fontessa
4. Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley
5. Sonny Rollins - Plus 4
6. Elvis Presley - Elvis
1. Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar!
2. The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Modern Jazz Quartet
3. Thelonious Monk & Sonny Rollins - Thelonious Monk & Sonny Rollins
4. Charles Mingus - The Clown
Feb 13 2012, 13:05 di ChesterWhelksIt's hard for the listener not to consider the possibility of a change in mentality or approach on Sonic Youth's first indie excursion in 18 years. Ironically The Eternal sounds more like it's trying to hearken back to the big rock riffs and psychedelic feedback up-drafts of Dirty. Kim's strained & strangled vocals seem more prevalent than in any record since Washing Machine. "Leaky Lifeboat (For Gregory Corso)" is a bit of a flimsy dinghy. The Beat poets are perpetually wrecked for us all by each semester's Freshmen. The idea of Sonic Youth having to point-out a song is directed at one of them, let alone spelled out in its title for the listener is a little bit icky...but by this point, it's just that we're spoiled rotten. The Eternal is still a great album by a band that are endlessly inventive, without ever having to have resorted to re-invention.
Feb 10 2012, 12:39 di ChesterWhelks"Yeah the President sucks, 'cos he's a war-pig fuck."
While Goo was their first excursion on a major label, it actually sounded more like a sibling of Sister, with some of the breadth of Daydream Nation's epic pretensions. Dirty, while boasting arguably catchier tracks marking it for greater mainstream acclaim, does so among so much coruscating wire wool whirlwind, rendering the rockier riffs mostly unpalatable to mainstream audiences, and loading the album's first side with the tremendous head fucks of, "Swimsuit Issue" "theresa's soundworld" and "Drunken Butterfly." In the midst of all this however are some of their most traditional sounding rock songs such as "Sugar Kane," "Purr" and "Chapel Hill."
Gen 18 2012, 3:31 di kenkouotI was 16 when I got my first job at the movie theatre at The Grove in LA. I spent all my money on CDs at Amoeba and these were some of the albums that I would listen to in the parking lot at full blast with the windows rolled up.
Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons
Rid of Me
How To Clean Everything
Logic Will Break Your Heart