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01.04.12 10 Albums That Never Get Old

10 Albums That Never Get Old

Classics ... I simply never tire of these.
Downward is Heavenward

"The Scientists" is my favorite closing track of all time. The JUN JUN JUNing
aka guitar work is excellent complex, layered, and hits harder than a steel
framed wagon in a demo derby.
The Power of Failing

Best Emo Album ever! It is tough to top the opening 2 tracks.
Fantastic Planet

A masterpiece. Beginning to end this album will make you feel numb ... it's a
good thing.
Burst and Bloom

"some melodies are like disease
they can inflame your misery
they will infect your memories
they haunt me"
Bastards are singing about what they are doing to you.
5Built to Spill
Keep it Like a Secret

I can not even begin to describe the amount of joy I get from hearing the
distortion kick in on "Carry the Zero".
6The Promise Ring
Nothing Feels Good

Musical candy = the sugar sweet poppy goodness of "Why Did We Ever
Meet". The Albums title track is a personal favorite and odd lyrics and reoccurring themes make this one a classic.
Manic Compression

Post Hardcore 101. "Landmine Spring" is perfect.
8Queens of the Stone Age
Songs for the Deaf

Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri at the top of their games combined with
everyone's favorite drummer Dave Grohl.
9Explosions in the Sky
The Earth is not a Cold Dead Place

They don't use words so why should I?
10Local H
Pack up the Cats

Oh the irony of this album! No worries Scott, I still wear your t-shirts.
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