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Mar 10 2009, 2h05 por fragilediscordAs I can never come up with an accurate order of my favorite albums, I figured I'd compile this list in chronological order. While my years of being aware of music cover just over ten years, there is still plenty of relevance to the subject. What I consider a great album is one that is put on and isn't turned off until it's complete; from start to finish and no skipping in between. In creating this list, I also realized what I consider a favorite album of mine is completely different than an album that changed my life. While there's a few albums on here that would make my Top 50, there's quite a few on here that I didn't expect to make this list.
1. Beck - Odelay
This is the album that made me interested in music. It helped me to see that music could be relevant. Up until that point, I'd been listening to mostly classic rock and oldies simply because it seemed safe. "Where It's At" had an edge to it that I'd never heard before, and helped define the genre "alternative". …
Jan 12 2009, 20h55 por ZodokaiI figured that I'd keep track of my ever growing CD collection, so I'll update this whenever I get another album. Be sure to check back somewhat often to see my newest purchases! Please keep in mind that I'm not including singles, EPs, compilations by several artists, or CDs I've burned from friends. These are all albums I physically have.
#'s and Symbols
When Your Heart Stops Beating - +44
T.N.T. - AC/DC
High Voltage - AC/DC
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
Let There Be Rock - AC/DC
Powerage - AC/DC
Highway to Hell - AC/DC
Back in Black - AC/DC
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) - AC/DC
Flick of the Switch - AC/DC
Fly on the Wall - AC/DC
Who Made Who - AC/DC
Blow Up Your Video - AC/DC
The Razors Edge - AC/DC
AC/DC Live - AC/DC
Ballbreaker - AC/DC
Stiff Upper Lip - AC/DC
Black Ice - AC/DC
Kicking & Screaming - The Acro-brats
Reinventing Axl Rose - Against Me!
As the Eternal Cowboy - Against Me!
Jan 15 2007, 22h00 por hipcheck23Once again, a very subjective list. I wouldn't deign to tell a music community what's good or not! But since you're reading this, here are the albums I liked the most.
1. Black Holes & Revelations
2. Separate Ways
3. Game Theory
4. The Eraser
5. Stadium Arcadium
7. St. Elsewhere
8. Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
9. Time Without Consequence
There was a lot I liked... it was a pretty good year. Nods to Ed Harcourt, Zero 7, The VJC, Outkast, The Raconteurs, Cat Power, and The Killers.
Notes on the list:
That Muse album is just amazing. It's totally derivative (Beach Boys, Metallica, Pixies, looong list), but it's so well put together, and the production is pretty amazing. By far their best, I think. I don't like Thom Yorke's album as much as Radiohead's stuff, but it's still quite good. As for The Roots, just business as usual... another tight, bad-ass record, that I like a lot more than The Tipping Point. …
Jan 5 2007, 20h29 por geheza