|I Hate Chicago Weather (175 - 151)|
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Lost in the Sound of Separation
#175: I like how these guys are never annoyingly preachy. Also it's really hard
not to like these guys.
174. Agoraphobia is a gorgeous song.
The Changing of Times
173. I honestly don't know why I like this one the most from this band, there's
just something about this album that makes it stick out the most. Oh well.
172. Sure, the album title is ridiculously redundant, but this is a good album
a calm summer day, or when you want to feel like you're in summer. Or high.
For Emma, Forever Ago
171. This album always reminds me of around this time last year, when I really
heard this album from this girl I liked at the time.
170. Mother Puncher is the greatest song title ever.
|19||Between the Buried and Me|
Between the Buried and Me
169. This LP is super underrated, definitely a grower though.
|18|| ||7 Angels 7 Plagues|
168. This albums doesn't get mentioned enough. Also spelling the title is more
difficult than it needs to be.
167. Boobies. Also "Where Is My Mind?" Mmmmmm
|16||Jimmy Eat World|
166. Yeah. In all fairness this one is more personal to me than you'd expect
cause Anderson Mesa is really good.
165. Is this album great? Yes. Dose it deserve the amount of praise it gets? For
the most part, yes.
Origin of Symmetry
164. 3 years ago I would have had this in my top 5 at least. Album is still the
Axe to Fall
163. While I'm usually not a fan of guest heavy albums, Converge made it
in their favour.
162. While Coldplay are now pretty bad, there was a time when they were
rather enjoyable. Obviously this was the height of that stage.
The Shape of Punk to Come
161. Very fitting title really.
|10||Faith No More|
Album of the Year
160. Naked in Front of the Computer describes my life... wait.
|9||Led Zeppelin |
Led Zeppelin III
159. I guess you can say this song... stole my heart (that would have been
more fitting for Led Zeppelin IV wouldn't it)
158. the opening bass for "All the World is Mad" never fails to pump me up.
157. "Risingson" though.
|6||The Fall of Troy|
The Fall of Troy
156. The fact that the members of the band were 17 when they recorded this
and did within a week always impresses the hell out of me.
|5|| ||Saves the Day|
Can't Slow Down
155. JUSSTT TO REEEMMMMEEEMMMBBBEEEERRRRRR.
Meat is Murder
154. The only album I truly thoroughly enjoyed, although there's not an album
I don't dislike by The Smiths, and I respect them to no end (Sorry The Queen
|3||Protest the Hero|
153. While I can understand someone not liking this band due to Rody's voice,
the instrumentation is tighter than Ted Cruz.
|2||The Dismemberment Plan|
Emergency & I
152. It's impressive how fresh this LP still sounds like even though it's nearing
the 20 year mark.
151. They really struck "Gold" with this EP. I'm not sorry.