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Old 02-13-2009, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 100 Albums I Couldn't Think of A Creative Thread Title For

We all know I can't finish my threads. But I'm going to try really hard on this one. You guys know the drill, it's in descending order with only one album per artist etc.

100.A Band In Hope-The Matches

If you've never listened to The Matches before, this album may come as a bit of a surprise. they often are compared to bands like Head Automatica and such, but this album is different from all the other bands they've sounded like on previous albums. They've found they're own unique sound and it hows in this super-melodic album. It is lyrically one of my avorite albums, and the little things impress me so much, the double bass dtum, the use of a metal sound in this very very lo-fi album blend togehter so well.
Highlights: We Are One, Point Me Towards The Morning, Clouds Crash

99.The Mixtape About Nothing-Wale

This is the best mixtape I've ever heard. It blends togethwer so well even though there's a million things going on. The little Seinfeld tdbits thrown in keep you on your toes. and this album ends too quickly with the ending track leaves you begging for more as it clses with the best track on the album. If you've only heard "Nike Boots" it's really no tlike that at all, it's so much better.
Highlights: The Kramer, The Cliche Lil Wayne Feature, The End Credits

98.Goodbye-Ulrich Schnauss

I'm a sucker for ambient music. Imagine Sigur ros except not as light. It still sounds great and is one of my favorite post-rock albums. Many thanks to JH for reccomending it, I've been spinning it for awhile and it just gets better. It's very mature album, and takes a few lstens to understand, but after that you will love it.
Highlights: Stars, Never Be The Same,Shine

97.Dreamboat Annie-Heart

Ahh Heart. A major guilty pleasure of mine. I have a few albums, but this one really sticks out as something amazing. From start to finish it keeps me captivated n the dream world conjured, keeping me at the edge of my seat by continually switching up between soohing lullabies and power-chord fuled ballads. It's like just getting to sleep when the alarm clock goes off, but in a good way
Highlights: Soul of The Sea, Crazy On you, Sing Child
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There's <10, get over it, i'll fix what I can <.<
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Shouldn't be hard, if it's only less than 10. Which it isn't
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When I type fast it turn sou tlik ethis. Sorry.

So...any list related comment maybe?
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97.Dreamboat Annie-Heart

Ahh Heart. A major guilty pleasure of mine. I have a few albums, but this one really sticks out as something amazing. From start to finish it keeps me captivated n the dream world conjured, keeping me at the edge of my seat by continually switching up between soohing lullabies and power-chord fuled ballads. It's like just getting to sleep when the alarm clock goes off, but in a good way
Highlights: Soul of The Sea, Crazy On you, Sing Child
guilty pleasure why? Brilliant album. They were the hardest-rocking women about at the time, the album's mental
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guilty pleasure why? Brilliant album. They were the hardest-rocking women about at the time, the album's mental
Seconded. It's a damn fine rock album.
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Now I'm beginning to regret that I didin't abide by the "one album per artist thing" in my top 25.

Anyways, I expect good things from this list.
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96.Seeing Sounds-N*E*R*D

Now, I'm a fan of hip-hop, and this is great alternative hip-hop. Seeing Sounds is easily their best album. It combines so many elements from the almost overpowering guitar hooks, to the great percussion that is a N*E*R*D staple. Not to mention thes guys can RAP fo sho. Yes they're a gimmick band, yes they're MTV trash. But they're so good at what they do that you can get past that and excperiance the greatness that is Seeing Sounds.
Highlights: Anti Matter, Sooner Or Later, Happy

95.Elect The Dead-Serj Tankian

I'm not a big SOAD fan, Toxicity is solid, but that's about all I like by them. Serj is a different story though. I'll admit this album is boring on first listen, but don't give up on it. It's almost intolerably slow, but that's what's so great about. He too kwhat was good about SOAD and mad eit better, by not speeding up. yes there are some bad tracks, and it's not a very solid album, bt the tracks that are good, are VERY good.
Highlights: Honking Antelope, Beethoven's C*nt, Praise The Lord and Pass the Ammunition

94.The Bends-Radiohead

Yeah it's by Radiohead. It's also good. So there. The Bends shows me that Radiohead can do good, yes they're not amazing, but this alum is. It just really shows you what this bands ia capable of and is hardly "some alternative album".
Highlights: Bones, Planet Telex, Street Spirit(Fade Out)

93.The Big Dirty-Every Time I Die

I neve rlike devery Time I die until I heard this album. It cicked immeadiatley. The new southern metal genre has always intrigued me, and this is it at it's best. They're lead guitarist is so talented, and he can play those dirty riffs to a T. Their singer is one of the wildest men I have ever seen. From just yelling into the mic. To using his tender voice in the slower songs, this party music that'll make you smile. "Nuff said.
Highlights: Pigs is Pigs, No Son Of mine, Rendez-Voodoo
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93.The Big Dirty-Every Time I Die

I neve rlike devery Time I die until I heard this album. It cicked immeadiatley. The new southern metal genre has always intrigued me, and this is it at it's best. They're lead guitarist is so talented, and he can play those dirty riffs to a T. Their singer is one of the wildest men I have ever seen. From just yelling into the mic. To using his tender voice in the slower songs, this party music that'll make you smile. "Nuff said.
Highlights: Pigs is Pigs, No Son Of mine, Rendez-Voodoo
Great friggin' choice. I've always thought of them as a hardcore punk band with southern metal vibes though. Whatevs, great song choices too.
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