Average Rating: 3.58
Rating Variance: 1.19
Objectivity Score: 77% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicDavid Bowie Aladdin SaneDavid Bowie Hunky DoryFoo Fighters The Colour and the ShapeMuse Origin of SymmetryOasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?Radiohead The BendsRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesSonic Youth Daydream NationThe Fratellis Costello Music4.5 superbCursive I Am GeminiInterpol AnticsMegadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the DeafRise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureStrike Anywhere Exit EnglishThe Fall of Troy GhostshipThrice The Alchemy Index Vols. I & IIThere are bands who should never touch the idea of a concept- Green Day, for example. However, there are bands who can, and should utilise the niché. Thrice's Alchemy Index looks to prove the formerly post-hardcore, now somewhat genre hopping giants, are firmly part of the second category. Fire correlates more with previous albums like Illusion of Safety, with a strong heavy element running through it. Water, by way of contrast, is like a more angular, and more rewarding Vheissu, with Thrice's relatively new-found lightness providing the tone. Thrice have a tough act to follow with the second Alchemy Index set, as this one is pretty damn near perfect4.0 excellentColdplay A Rush of Blood to the HeadDustin Kensrue Please Come HomeFoo Fighters One by OneGreen Day DookieGreen Day International SuperhitsLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryMuse Random 1-8Whilst Random 1-8 is not an EP for the casual Muse listener, it still easily contains some of their best work. With songs like Forced In and Agitated showing the less radio-friendly side of their talents and songs like Coma showing the mix of good hooks and a slight poppiness that would serve them in good stead. As already said, not a CD for the casual listener, but for Muse fans old and new, this is a good purchase.Muse Black Holes and RevelationsNirvana NirvanaNirvana IncesticideRadiohead OK ComputerRed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationRobbie Williams Sing When You're WinningThe Fall of Troy Phantom on the HorizonThe Killers Hot FussThrice Red Sky3.5 greatBlink-182 Enema of the StateCity and Colour SometimesDigitalism IdealismA great album with some amazing tracks on it, but let down seriously by others. "Digitalism in Cairo" is probably the best track on the albumGreen Day American IdiotLostprophets Start SomethingMadina Lake From Them, Through Us, To YouMy Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet RevengeThrice The Illusion of Safety3.0 goodFranz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much BetterFuneral for a Friend Casually Dressed & Deep in ConversationMuse ShowbizRadiohead In Rainbows2.5 averageAvenged Sevenfold City of EvilBlink-182 Blink-182Burton Wagner In the Realms of the Unreal2.0 poorAvril Lavigne Let GoBullet for My Valentine The PoisonEvanescence FallenMuse Absolution TourWhen a band who are acclaimed as the Best live act in the world put out a second live DVD, you would think it would be stellar, right?
Absolution tour is an anti-climax of a DVD that could and should have been so much better, saved from being abysmal by a few brilliant extras, this DVD is sub-par at best.
Just Buy HullabalooMuse The ResistanceThe Strokes Room on FireWe Are The Physics Are OK at MusicNothing special from Glasgow's first (and possibly only) "mutant science punk rock" band. "OK at music" is a weak album propped up by one or two very listenable tracks1.5 very poorDan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip Logic of ChanceWhile Dan le Sac has upped his game on the duo's second album, Scroobius Pip's lyrical ability rarely shines through. The beats save the album from being totally abysmal, as does Last Train Home, but as a whole, It's probably not unfair to say that Logic of Chance is entirely forgettable1.0 awfulGreen Day Bullet In A BibleKorn Take a Look in the MirrorRicky Martin Ricky Martin
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