|that album that introduces us to music will always be special... and how the fuck is american idiot 6 years old now?! time just seems to be flying by...|
|1 is alright, nothing too special for me|
5 is great but I don't think its the masterpiece quite a lot of peoples on this site make it out to be
9 is a guilty pleasure of mine, or at least it was
10 is ace, better than Fortress
|Nah I prefer Fortress to Kezia, but they're both brilliant albums|
|fortress was like last year though. I heard kezia and was like WOAH! cause i was relatively young|
|this is pretty original, the only thing that's overly generic is jane doe lol. some kinda weird choices on here though. i might have killed myself if 1 was the first proper album i heard through.|
|i gotta agree with RevengeSoldier, is AI really 6 years old already? i remember those days when it was all i heard on rock radio stations...|
|1 was the album that made me wanna join a band and pick up a guitar.|
|so you could do 4 power chords over and over? :P i kid i kid |
|1 changed my life in that it gave me more trauma than my parents divorce|
|ALL WE WANT TO DO IS CHANGE YOUR MIND|
TURN IT INTO ONE OF OUR OWN KIND
COME JOIN US!
I grew up driving to "Ten In 2010" and "Them and Us"...and the Offspring's "All I Want" and "Way Down The Line." Good stuff, good stuff.
(Bad Religion, by the way, is my favorite band ever. I'm hoping to catch them when they go to Dallas for the Warped Tour).
In other news, #1 didn't change my life, but when I first heard it, it was amazing. Before it got ground to dust on the radio, "Holiday" was my favorite Green Day song.
"The Eminem Show"...there was a time when I was absolutely obsessed with that album. It was so deep; I'd listen to "Hailey's Song" and "Sing For The Moment" and almost be moved to tears. I haven't listened to that album in a long, long time, though.
Anyways...I like this list, because we have a few of the same life-altering albums. Bad Religion makes it instant WIN, anyways.