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06.26.09 Underrated Albums06.26.09 Shuffling

Underrated Albums

These are albums that don't get as much praise as I think they deserve. Warning: may be affected by nostalgia. A lot of this is really subjective, but then again I guess that's what music taste is.
A Crow Left of the Murder

While listening to their other albums shows me that this is inferior to at least Morning View and S.C.I.E.N.C.E., it was not a bad album and it introduced me to Incubus. I admit I listened to this album a lot in about 8th grade so perhaps I like it more than I should.

In Utero gets the most critical acclaim and Nevermind is by far the most popular but Bleach shows Nirvana at its rawest state and there's not a song on here I don't love.
This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)

Much like Incubus, this was my introduction to Chevelle and I listened to this extensively in my early adolescence but I don't think it's that far below Wonder What's Next.
4Vampire Weekend
Vampire Weekend

This may not make sense but a lot of the people who don't like Vampire Weekend say it's because they were overhyped. While this may be true, it doesn't change the fact that this is an amazing album through and through.
5Foo Fighters
One By One

This is generally considered their worst album, but I find when I get one of their songs stuck in my head, it's generally from my album (All My Life, Low, Have It All, Overdrive). This is a good kind of stuck in your head, however, and the catchiness (to me) helps me enjoy more than others might.
Louder than Love

Much like Bleach, this one doesn't get the acclaim that Badmotorfinger and Superunknown do but I enjoy every song on it. It ranges from the hilarious (Big Dumb Sex) to the angry (Gun) but never takes itself too seriously.
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