|Top Ten Albums Of The Last 10 Years|
I'm turning 18 and already feeling nostalgic and I'm looking back
on some of the music that has been released since I've really
started to enjoy the art form. I really tried to stick with what I
enjoy, as I didn't touch into the rap and popular genres.
Love and Theft
His middle album in the comeback trilogy Bob travels through the music of his childhood and his
formative teen years to create an absolute masterpiece.
Time Out Of Mind
His true comeback album
His true comeback album Dylan creates a delta-inspired hazed trip through love, depression and guilt.
Floating over much the same material as his other comeback albums Bob allows the audience to feel his
new found desires and passions for making timeless music.
|4||The Flaming Lips|
Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots
Its as if you travel on an acid trip through a Japanese manga that takes place somewhere between
reality and the spirit world when you listen to this album.
|5|| ||Joe Strummer|
Global A Go Go
The Turkish born and British bred former leader of the Clash explores his roots in the Middle East and
Britain's influences when they occupied India, infusing it with his own personal barroom grit.
|6||The White Stripes|
Get Behind Me Satan
The future of rock lays in their pasty white hands, but this album secured that the future looks brighter.
The took on very familiar themes but played them damn well the distortion and power reminiscent of
old Detroit scene gave this album and appareled sound.
The brilliant album harkens back to the days of old time folk heard by candle light on a little RCA radio,
as Matt Ward spins yarns from the annals of American history.
|8|| ||Josh Rouse|
Country Mouse, City House
The light arrangements and gentleness of his voice cannot hide the criticism and ofttimes unrelenting
love Rouse talks about.
The albums is like looking into the ink blots in a physiatrics office, scared, scattered and uninterrupted.
The odd noise begin to sound like a symphony of one going crazy in the modern world hi lighted by the
hit track "Crazy"
Van Lear Rose
The Jack White produced country project, weaves through Loretta's own past to for a brand new
melding of old steel mining qualities and new refined studio production.