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My Top 100 Of All Time

More or a less a combination of the other four lists I made, with some Oldies/Uncatagorizable rstuff in there. I made this one to see how I compare albums across genres. Indie and Punk rseemed to stay higher, while Metal dropped drastically. For more specific rreasons and ratings ron these albums check out my other lists. Recommendations are welcome for all genres.

A fun danceable album that almost everyone can find themselves enjoying.
A mock on the kind of music they would make in the future
99Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Chili Peppers career defining album
98Bad Religion
New Maps of Hell

Im working on getting the older ones...
97The Crystal Method

Probably the most influential electronic album of all time, a really good one too
96Reel Big Fish
Turn the Radio Off
In Rainbows
93The Bouncing Souls
The Gold Record
92Built to Spill
You in Reverse
91Less Than Jake
For Blood and Empire
89The Bouncing Souls
Ghosts on the Boardwalk
88The Unseen
State of Discontent
87Against Me!
New Wave
86The Bouncing Souls
How I Spent My Summer Vacation
85 Crystal Castles
Crystal Castles (II)

A different sound but one of the best put together electronic albums I have
84 Devin the Dude
Waitin' to Inhale

A rapper who doesn't just sing about how cool he is? Yup, Devin sticks to
meaningful topics on this one- namely Weed, Bitches, and (not having)
Money. Dont think one song on here doesn't have a reference to weed
83Built to Spill
There is No Enemy
82Between the Buried and Me

A solid album by Digitalism. Look past Pogo if youre into electronic stuff
80Hot Hot Heat
79Green Day
78Stephen Marley
Mind Control

One of the best reggae albums of this decade, if not the best. *Recs for
reggae artists without the last name Marley would be appreciated
76The Shins
Wincing the Night Away
75 Modest Mouse
This is a Long Drive for Someone With Nothing to Think About
Master of Puppets
73 Sublime
Robbin' the Hood
72The National
71As I Lay Dying
An Ocean Between Us
70Crystal Castles
Crystal Castles

A crazy, all over the place, yet danceable and fun electronic debut. What
the Mushroom Kingdom would rave to
69Broken Bells
Broken Bells
Myths of the Near Future
The Crusade
The Five Ghosts
63The Shins
Oh, Inverted World
62Arcade Fire
The Suburbs
61Big D and the Kids Table
Fluent in Stroll
60Arctic Monkeys
Favourite Worst Nightmare
59Vampire Weekend
58Big D and the Kids Table
How it Goes
57Modest Mouse
Good News for People Who Love Bad News
56The Shins
Chutes too Narrow
Demon Days
54The Human Abstract
53 Nas and Damian Marley
Distant Relatives

A great compilation Cd from rapper Nas and reggae musican Damian Marley.
their styles blend surprisingly well
52 Hyper Crush
The Arcade

A really good electronic/rap album from Hyper Crush.
51 The Automatic
The Automatic
50Against Me!
As the Eternal Cowboy
49Of Montreal
The Sunlandic Twins
The People or the Gun
47The Gaslight Anthem
American Slang
46As I Lay Dying
The Powerless Rise
44Modest Mouse
The Lonesome Crowded West
43 The Flaming Lips
Soft Bulletin
42We Are Scientists
With Love and Squalor
41Arcade Fire
40Built to Spill
Perfect From Now On
The Bends
38Vampire Weekend
Vampire Weekend
37 The Gaslight Anthem
The '59 Sound
36The White Stripes
35 Built to Spill
There's Nothing Wrong With Love
33The Strokes
Room On Fire
32Bedouin Soundclash
Street Gospels
31Bear Hands
Burning Bush Supper Club

Check them out, their debut is worth your time
30August Burns Red
29 Arctic Monkeys
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
28The National
27 Catch 22
Keasby Nights
26 Deerhunter
Halycon Digest
25 Weezer
Weezer (The Blue Album)
24 Against Me!
Reinventing Axel Rose

I re listened to this one and moved it up a lot
23Of Montreal
Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer?
Hail to the Thief
21 Big D and the Kids Table
Shining On
20 Bob Marley
Catch a Fire

Bob Marley's most unique and diverse album, and my personal favorite of his
19 Streetlight Manifesto
Keasby Nights
18The National
High Violet
Oracular Spectacular
16Between the Buried and Me
The Great Misdirect
15The Strokes
Is This It
14The Gaslight Anthem
Sink or Swim

I hadn't listen to this in a while and forgot how awesome it is, it moved up
a alot
12Streetlight Manifesto
Everything Goes Numb
Ok Computer
10 Modest Mouse
The Moon and Antartica

Modest Mouse's darkest and best album. It holds your attention completely
and will have you wanting much more when its done.
9 Muse
Origin of Symettry

A classic from Muse. The songs on here are unbelievably good.
8Dr. Manhattan
Dr. Manhattan

The most unique and fun to listen to post-punk album of all time. Incredibly
under-appreciate; the song writing musically is so complex and unexpected
7Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd's best selling album. This is the best album made in the 1900s.
Atleast before 1999.
6The Flaming Lips
Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

The perfect indie rock album musically. Dumb lyrics, but who cares its all fun.
The layers on these songs dont stop building
5Between the Buried and Me

Very good album that blends from start to finish. Lots of dynamic changes
and very good musically
One of the only good metal albums from my metal list
4Streetlight Manifesto
Somewhere In The Between

The catchiest, funnest, most danceable ska albums. Fun from start to finish.
Great lyrics too
I cant get enough streetlight, this is no exception. I think its better than
Everything Goes Numb, but its really close

Muse's best album. Thats saying a lot, its that good.
Not quite as good as the two below
Kid A

Radiohead's best album, it has OK Computer beat by just a little bit. Really
out there at first, but its awesome.
My favorite album to listen to, by pretty far
1Built to Spill
Keep It Like A Secret

The perfect indie rock album. Guitar hooks, catchy singing, overall great
time. The top five on this list was difficult to pick, but Keep It Like A Secret is
the right choice for number one. - and for the overall list
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