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Old 07-31-2007, 11:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Top 100 Albums

Criteria: which has the most emo and poetic lyrics, if you want an album on you have to give me an emo quote that satisfies my needs.

Suggests on switch arounds and what not are welcome.

Top 100 Albums, Revisions So Far: 1

1. the Beatles "Abbey Road"
2. Woody Guthrie "This Machine Kills Fascists"
3. the Beach Boys "Pet Sounds"
4. Black Sabbath "Paranoid"
5. David Bowie "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
6. Television "Marquee Moon"
7. the Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
8. the Velvet Underground "The Velvet Underground & Nico"
9. Jimi Hendrix "Electric Ladyland"
10. the Smiths "The Queen Is Dead"
11.the Beatles "The White Album"
12. Pete Seeger "God Bless the Grass"
13. N.W.A. "Straight Outta Compton"
14. the Clash "the Clash"
15. Nick Drake "Pink Moon"
16. Bob Dylan "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan"
17. the Who "Who's Next"
18. MC5 "Kick Out The Jams"
19. Public Enemy "It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back"
20. Stevie Wonder "Innervisions"
21. the Ramones "the Ramones"
22. Dr. Dre "The Chronic"
23. the Beatles "Revolver"
24. Bob Dylan "Highway 61 Revisited"
25. Joy Division "Unknown Pleasures"
26. Frank Zappa "We're Only in It for the Money"
27. the Clash "London Calling"
28. Vashti Bunyan "Just Another Diamond Day"
29. Radiohead "OK Computer"
30. King Crimson "In the Court Of King Crimson"
31. Hüsker Dü "Zen Arcade"
32. Talking Heads "Remain In Light"
33. Wu-Tang Clan "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)"
34. The Rolling Stones "Exile on Mainstreet"
35. Brian Wilson "Smile"
36. Nas "Illmatic"
37. Led Zeppelin "I"
38. the Cure "Pornography"
39. Black Flag "Damaged"
40. Toots and The Maytals "True Love"
41. Big Star "Radio City"
42. Jeff Buckley "Grace"
43. Refused "The Shape Of Punk To Come"
44. Johnny Cash "At Folsom Prison"
45. Jimmy Cliff "The Harder They Come"
46. John Lennon "Imagine"
47. 2Pac "All Eyez On Me"
48. Metallica "Master of Puppets"
49. the Stone Roses "the Stone Roses"
50. Bob Marley "Exodus"
51. Elvis Costello "My Aim Is True"
52. Minutemen "Double Nickels on the Dime"
53. A Tribe Called Quest "The Low End Theory"
54. At the Drive-In "Relationship of Command"
55. My Bloody Valentine "Loveless"
56. Led Zeppelin "IV"
57. Dead Kennedys "Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables"
58. Wire "Pink Flag"
59. Neutral Milk Hotel "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea"
60. Rites Of Spring "Rites of Spring"
61. The Notorious B.I.G. "Life After Death"
62. the Who "Tommy"
63. Public Enemy "Fear Of A Black Planet"
64. Circle Jerks "Group Sex"
65. Johnny Cash "American IV: The Man Comes Around"
66. Pixies "Doolittle"
67. Hank Williams Jr. "Songs My Father Left Me"
68. the Feelies "Crazy"
69. Captain Beefheart "Trout Mask Replica"
70. Mos Def and Talib Kweli "Blackstar"
71. George Harrison "All Things Must Pass"
72. Embrace "Embrace"
73. Sonic Youth "Daydream Nation"
74. Cap'n Jazz "Analphabetapolothology"
75. The Damned "Damned Damned Damned"
76. Beastie Boys "Licensed to Ill"
77. Van Morrison "Astral Weeks"
78. the Jesus and Mary Chain "Psychocandy"
79. Beck "Odelay"
80. Elliott Smith "Either/Or"
81. Sunny Day Real Estate "Diary"
82. Red Hot Chili Peppers "BloodSugarSexMagik"
83. Eric B and Rakim "Paid in Full"
84. Orchid "Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow"
85. the Blood Brothers "Burn Piano Island, Burn"
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To Be Added:

The Cure "Disintegration"
Neil Young "After The Goldrush"
The Flaming Lips "The Soft Bulletin"
Otis Redding "Dock of the Bay"
Jimi Hendrix "Are You Experienced?"
Jawbreaker "Dear You"
Rush
Pink Floyd
Yes

Note: this is still in rough draft mode, I don't know how many full on revisions i'm going to make. This is a community thing, so if you guys could suggest who gets placed where and switches where and discuss what stays or go I think it would be a much better reflection.
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Old 07-31-2007, 11:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice start. now get some sleep young man.
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
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They're actually pretty good. They're what I think of when people say melodic hardcore. They're like the evolution of Dag Nasty. So like don't actually put that album up because no one likes it but me but I thought a mention was necessary.


The Feelies-Crazy Rythms deserves it for being like most underrated overrated or overrated underrated post-punk album.
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The Velvet Underground "The Velvet Underground and Nico"
David Bowies "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars"
The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
Bob Dylan "Highway 61 Revisited"
Stevie Wonder "Innervisions"
The Who "Tommy"
The Who "Who's Next"
Eric B and Rakim "Paid in Full"
Metallica "Master of Puppets"
Bob Marley "Exodus"
The Rolling Stones "Exile on Mainstreet"
Led Zeppelin "Led Zeppelin"
Led Zeppelin "The Fourth Album"
Van Morrison "Moondance"
The Red Hot Chili Peppers "BloodSugarSexMagik"

Re-formated as per your liking sir...

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Old 08-01-2007, 08:39 AM   #5 (permalink)
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this is a decent start. first comment, where is 'sg peppers and the lonely hearts club band'. this album was at LEAST a top 25
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Those are all too mainstream and unhip.

Except for Highway 61, which IMO is the worst album out of those.

Aside from 61 and BOTT, nothing by Dylan really impresses me outside of lyrical content. Blonde on Blonde I didn't care for at all.

And another thing. Whats so "poetic" about Odelays lyrics? One thing that stands out about that album is how spectacularly random and meaningless the lyrics are.
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I'll tell y'all a thing or two about hip just as soon as mine gets replaced.

Sorry if the music I liked as a kid and young adult is so good its become mainstream and stood the test of time.

I am surprised anyone young likes Dylan all that much. He can't sing or play the guitar and John Popper must want to kill himself when he hears Bob on the Harmonica, Dylans impact was more that of a social pioneer who related especially well to the people my Sisters age (older then me). Here friends all loved Dylan and would follow him up and down the east coast every year. The Beatles had Beatlemania, but Dylans fans would have died for him.
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Just about anything that is good to my ears is considered lame by alterna hipsters. Accessibility and musicianship seems to turn them off.

*To Crowquill: Emphasis on seems.

And thank you for telling the truth about Dylans Harmonica playing. It annoys me when people say hes the best, when in reality hes just the only Harmonica player they can think of.

Howard Levy. Now THAT is a Harmonica player.

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Just about anything that is good to my ears is considered lame by alterna hipsters. Accessibility and musicianship seems to turn them off.
or folk/punk standards are much more appealing.
and I'm not sure what you're complaining about the artists on the list are hardly obscure or bad
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