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250 Ratings

Been here for over 3 years, but I reached 250 ratings today. Looking around that's not a lot...but still a milestone. Sadly my 250th was Fall Out Boy's most recent...which wasn't too good. But still. There's a lot of great music out there and I'm slowly getting into it more. Here are my 5's I've rated over the years.
1Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties
We Don't Have Each Other

This album gives me chills ever since I first heard it. The emotions this album brings up, and now it has sentimental value for me. It just overcomes me and listening to it is so draining on my mind. But I love every second of it. Incredible album, Dan Campbell's solemn voice and lyrics provide such a realistic vibe. Favorite Song: Runnin' Scared

Oh dear this album. I can never get enough of this album. From the pumping opener (Debut + Godspeed) to the shattering (*Fin). The whole experience is just surreal. Favorite Song: The Unwinding Cable Car
3Brand New
The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me

I don't have much to say about this album, because it drags me down to a state where there are no words to be spoken. You can just stare off into nothing while the chilling guitar tone and truly perfect lyrics flow into you, causing a true state of paralysis. The album never truly ends for me. Favorite Song: You Won't Know
4Circa Survive
Blue Sky Noise

One of the more complete albums I have ever heard in my life. The atmosphere and nature of this album is epic. I can't describe it, it's one of those things you really have to hear. It just connects with me in a particular way that's amazing. Favorite Song: Frozen Creek
5Godspeed You! Black Emperor
F#A# (Infinity)

The end of the world is upon us, and there is nothing we can do about it. This album reminds me of all the times I spent out in the cold and darkness hearing the soundtrack to the apocalypse. Some of the most unknown feelings came over me those times, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. Favorite Song: East Hastings (It's really all one song in truth though)
6Hands Like Houses

A journey through the inner depths of your mind...that's what I think of when I think of this album. It takes you from the darkest and deepest part, to exploding into the most joyous and effervescent. So much energy packed into this thing, and it has shown me so much. The instrumentals and Woodley's voice match up so perfectly through this. Favorite Song: A Tale Of Outer Suburbia
A Beating Heart Is A Bleeding Heart

Not many know of this album on here. I think it may have 3 votes. But I highly suggest you check it out. When I heard this band for the first time, it was like a wave crashing over me. They opened for another band and the atmosphere they put out was incredible. I immediately checked out all of their music and it provides such a chill vibe. This album is definitely no exception. Soundtrack of my summer, for all time. Favorite Song: American Veins
8Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

Do I really need a reason to have this rated as a 5 other than it is perfect? No? Okay. Flawless. Favorite Song: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5)

Maybe it's the fact that I used to hear this album growing up, but when I found it when I was searching for new music. I had to stop on this one, and just listen. This is so powerful and epic I couldn't see myself passing it up. Love this album front to back. Favorite Song: Tarot Woman
10Rise Against
The Sufferer and the Witness

Energetic, powerful, brilliant, and destruction. Those are just some of the words I have to describe this beast. Rise Against's best album by far, instrumentally, lyrically, and vocal wise. I love this album every time I hear it. It's highs are so high, but the lows, like on Roadside are so low you can feel it in every part of you. Favorite Song: Injection
11The Hotelier
Home, Like NoPlace Is There

Ugh. Listening to this is just. Crushing. It speaks every feeling I feel and I have no issue shouting along with this album at any point. You can feel the sadness in your bones whenever this album plays. It hurts, it is so upbeat at times, but it still just wears you down. Favorite Song: Your Deep Rest
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