|A list of albums in rotation right now because I lack creativity to think of something original to make a list of|
All These Things We\'ll Never Need
This album is pretty much one of the most amazing things I have ever heard, and a band you will hear of soon enough. They are from around here in Ohio...and they haven't really gained a national following yet but they are signed to the same label as Meshugah and make some of the catchiest, experimental and brilliant music you will ever heard. Expect a review soon.
This band's technicallity is beyond words, and though the vocals become a bit tiresome, the music more than makes up for it.
Begin to Hope
"Samson" is a good enough song alone to make this album worth listening too. And her quirkish charm and catchiness makes her one of a kind.
A Vintage Burden
Take the must down tempo, slow music you know of and slow it down times ten and you get these guys. Some might get extremely bored but it makes for a most wonderful night time driving treat.
Straight up throwback to the hippie music of the 60's. I love it.
Some great pop music to tap your feet too. And Time Bomb has to be one of the best pop songs I've heard in ages. And the track Dog Problems is a music adventure.
A nice return to form for Slayer.
Back to Basics
An adventure through time, and Aguilera trying to make something of herself and shed some of the bad light that's been put on her because of her whoreish image in "Stripped". A more classy Aguilera making more classy music. Hooray! It's not half bad.
This album has never escaped my listening ears since it came out...and it probably never will, it's just that good.
Love is Hell
There's always something from Ryan Adams gracing my cd player.