Average Rating: 3.32
Rating Variance: 1.18
Objectivity Score: 86% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicBlackalicious Blazing ArrowBob Dylan Highway 61 RevisitedBruce Springsteen Born to RunCircle Takes the Square As the Roots UndoThis is one of my favorite albums of all time. It might be the craziness, it might be the lyrics, or it might be the drumming. But for one thing, I know it IS the emotion. This is classified under emo for a reason: it is pure emotion poured out onto one disc. It's pretty easy to feel these guys pour out their hearts. And i love it.Damien Rice OThis album got me started to get some more indie. I absolutely adore this album for its beauty. There's a great mellowness about this album that calms me when I hear it. There are great guitar melodies that flow with the use of violins, violas and cellos here that is like no other.dredg El CieloThis is stunning. The beauty of this album is absolutely amazing and never lets up. It's so good that it could be life-changing, and with lyrics like "Hold on, hold on, we'll be with you soon", "though we bleed, we must push on", or maybe "though half of me is gone, the lonesome part is there; i cannot find the other half...when the water comes, I will overflow", it's not hard to see why. The entire atmosphere is magical, and sucks the listener in and doesn't let go. And you don't want it to let go. It just sounds so damn amazing.
Fear Before The Always Open MouthThis is one of the most insanely good albums I have ever heard. Every single song has the peak moment that is one of the greatest moments in music. I love music where you know the singer is singing his heart out, and this is clearly shown. "Anything to numb...anything to encourage ignorance..." screams singer David Marion, in one of the great, most intense moments I have heard in music. This is lyrically and musically sound, very much so. One of my easiest 5s.Jeff Buckley GraceMachinae Supremacy Redeemer (Underground Edition)This is quickly becoming one of my favorite albums of all time. It's probably the catchiest metal I have ever heard, and it's mixed in with metal solos and drumming. It's got the power metal singer, which may be good or not, whatever you want, it's got the appeal, since it's just so damn good. It's catchy as hell, so much so that you can't help but love it. Catchy metal=heaven.maudlin of the Well BathOpeth Still LifeI absolutely love this album. Songs like The Moor make Opeth my favorite band by far. Mikael Akerfeldt's singing/growling mix perfectly, putting in some growling where needed, but adding beautiful clean vocals just as perfectly. Each song moves from punishing death metal with the growling into a soft acoustic passage, then right back to hard death metal. Songs like Benighted and Face of Melinda show that soft side of Opeth throughout an entire song and they master it. Each member of the band shines, especially Mikael. Also, the guitars have great creative acoustic parts and punishing riffs and the drums are excellent, playing whatever is needed to set the right mood.Opeth Blackwater ParkIn my eyes, Opeth is the epitome of amazing. Their music is nothing short of incredible. Each member of the band is capable of greatness, shown especially here in "Blackwater Park", often considered their best album. The growling vocals mix in with the clean singing beautifully, shown particularly well in the epic "The Leper Affinity," or the almighty "Bleak." Acoustic passages/songs such as "Patterns in the Ivy" (I and II) or "Dirge for November" show how this band can mix acoustic guitars with electric guitar riffs perfectly to create the perfect album.Opeth WatershedPink Floyd The WallProtest the Hero FortressSleepytime Gorilla Museum Of Natural HistoryStratovarius VisionsThis so desperately needs a review. Stratovarius was not my first power metal band, but easily among my favorites. Visions is an album like few can match. It's power metal so it has the higher voice and cheesier lyrics, but it's still power metal. It's got the great guitars and solid drumming. It has the tremendous pure power metal songs that have the incredible solos and sort of a catchy and melodic feel to it. It has the tremendous ballads that are beautiful and make you die a little inside, in a good way. This album has all it needs, and then some.The Beach Boys Pet SoundsThe Beatles RevolverTom Waits Rain Dogs4.5 superb65daysofstatic One Time for All TimeA Perfect Circle Thirteenth StepAFI The Art of DrowningAFI Sing the SorrowAgalloch The MantleAgalloch Ashes Against the GrainAir Moon SafariAt the Drive-In Relationship of CommandBetween the Buried and Me AlaskaBlack Sabbath ParanoidBoston BostonBurzum Hvis Lyset Tar OssChthonic Seediq BaleCircle Takes the Square Circle Takes the SquareCynic FocusDavid Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...David Bowie Hunky DoryDeftones White PonyDeltron 3030 Deltron 3030Eagles Hotel CaliforniaElliott Smith Either/OrEminem The Marshall Mathers LPFaith No More Angel DustFlogging Molly Drunken LullabiesGlassjaw Worship and TributeGodspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)These songs are long. There are three songs on the whole album and it is still longer than a lot of albums out there. This got me into post rock, and it was only confirmed by chan's review. It's quiet, beautiful and makes you think. There's no way to describe it, and there's no way to match how it sounds. Unless you're the band itself.Guillemots Through the WindowpaneHot Cross CryonicsIdlewild The Remote PartInsomnium Since the Day It All Came DownIron Maiden The Number of the BeastIsis OceanicJohn Frusciante Shadows Collide with PeopleJose Gonzalez VeneerKayo Dot Choirs of the EyeKeane Under The Iron SeaKing Crimson In the Court of the Crimson KingLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IVLove Forever ChangesLudwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125Manic Street Preachers The Holy BiblemewithoutYou Brother, SisterModest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded WestMurder by Death Who Will Survive and What Will Be Left of Them?My Morning Jacket ZNas IllmaticNeutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaNick Drake Pink MoonNightwish OceanbornThis is a tremendous album. From the start, it pounds with the Symphonic Power Metal it is, and what a genre to be put under. The genre alone makes it seem like it can't be anything but good. Tarja's voice has mixed reactions, but I love her opera style. Female singers might make the band awkward, but it fits well here. Great soloing and drumming, and also great deep male vocals featured on a couple of the songs. This also has an amazing ballad.Opeth My Arms, Your HearseOpeth Ghost ReveriesOrphaned Land Mabool (The Story of the Three Sons...)Pg. 99 Document #8Pharoahe Monch DesirePink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPink Floyd AnimalsPink Floyd Wish You Were HerePink Floyd Is There Anybody Out There?Pixies DoolittleQueensryche Operation: MindcrimeRadiohead Kid ARadiohead OK ComputerRed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationRed Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex MagikRefused The Shape of Punk to ComeRise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureRise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessRodrigo y Gabriela Rodrigo y GabrielaSigur Ros Ágætis byrjunSigur Ros ( )Sonata Arctica SilenceSonic Youth SisterSonic Youth Washing MachineSteve Vai The 7th SongI like ballads. I like those songs that make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. Those songs that you can play around your parents and they might even like it. Play it for someone who's more sensitive and quiet and they'd love you for life. Every song on this album is a masterpiece, beautifully written, with a great melody and harmony parts. They're amazing ballads and, as Vai says himself, this is the "sweet spot." The songs here are beautiful ballads, every freaking one of them. I love them all.Steve Vai Alien Love SecretsStratovarius EpisodeSufjan Stevens IllinoisSwallow the Sun Ghost Of LossSymphony X The Divine Wings of TragedySymphony X The OdysseySymphony X V: The New Mythology SuiteCan this be categorized as Symphonic Power Metal? I have never heard a power metal album, or any album at that, with a more medieval feel to it. The band has a godly guitarist, and an incredible singer to boot. There is solid drumming everywhere as well. If that's not enough, picture perfect power metal with medieval sounding instruments, acoustic parts piano passages here too. It has everything good. Summary of this album: EPIC.The Afghan Whigs GentlemenThe Flaming Lips The Soft BulletinThe Flaming Lips Clouds Taste MetallicThe Format Interventions and LullabiesThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as LoveThe Lawrence Arms Oh! Calcutta!The National AlligatorThe Red Paintings Walls The Red Paintings Your Tears Are Warning SignsThe Smashing Pumpkins Siamese DreamThe Who Who's NextThrice The Illusion of SafetyThrice VheissuThrice The Alchemy Index Vols. I & IITom Waits Heartattack and VineTom Waits Bone MachineTom Waits AliceTom Waits OrphansTool LateralusTool AenimaTool's "Aenima" is often considered one of the top albums of the 1990s and it's not hard to see why. Each song is well thought out and carefully written and played by each member. The songs are long, but they never lose interest, shown especially well in the epic "Third Eye." Songs like "Forty Six and 2" show how a great bassist like Justin Chancellor can make a song that much better. Even the fillers do their job, as they set the tone for the following song. Every single song shows great singing and lyric-writing by Maynard James Keenan, and incredible drumming by Danny Carey, often considered among the top drummers in the world.Weezer PinkertonX Japan Art of Life4.0 excellent...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Source Tags & Codes...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Worlds ApartA Perfect Circle Mer de NomsAlesana On Frail Wings of Vanity and WaxAlexisonfire Watch Out!Alkaline Trio Good MourningAlkaline Trio From Here To InfirmaryAnnuals Be He MeArcade Fire FuneralArctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...At the Drive-In In/Casino/OutBeck Sea ChangeBlack Sabbath Black SabbathBlackalicious The CraftBlind Guardian A Twist in the MythBoris PinkBoysetsfire The Misery Index: Notes From The PlagueChamillionaire Ultimate VictoryChris Cornell Euphoria MorningChronic Future Lines in My FaceCursive DomesticaCursive Happy HollowDeath Cab for Cutie The Photo AlbumDeath Cab for Cutie PlansDJ Shadow Endtroducing.....DragonForce Sonic Firestormdredg Catch Without ArmsElliott Smith Roman CandleEmery The Weak's EndEmery The QuestionEnslaved RuunEric B and Rakim Paid in FullEscape the Fate Dying Is Your Latest FashionExplosions in the Sky Those Who Tell the Truth...Fear Before Odd How People ShakeFlogging Molly Whiskey On A SundayFlogging Molly Alive Behind the Green DoorFort Minor The Rising TiedFrom First to Last HeroineFuneral Diner The UnderdarkFuneral for a Friend Casually Dressed & Deep in ConversationGreen Day DookieHelloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part IHelloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part IIHelloween The Time of the OathHopesfall A TypesIced Earth Burnt OfferingsIn Flames WhoracleInsania Fantasy (A New Dimension)Insomnium Above the Weeping WorldInto Eternity The Scattering of AshesIron Maiden PowerslaveDoes this need a soundoff? Who hasn't heard of Powerslave, often considered Iron Maiden's masterpiece. It has one of their few instrumentals, one of my favorite songs of all time, and there is not a single weak song. It's one of those 80s metal albums that have eight songs, but it's one of those 80s metal albums that has zero bad songs. This really needs no further introduction. Maiden is one of the greatest metal bands of all time, and this is one of the greatest metal albums of all time.Iron Maiden Somewhere in TimeIron Maiden Piece of MindIron Maiden Brave New WorldJaga Jazzist The StixJeff Beck Blow by BlowJimmy Eat World ClarityJimmy Eat World FuturesJoe Satriani Super ColossalJohn Mayer ContinuumJoy Division CloserKeane Hopes & FearsKing Crimson In the Wake of PoseidonKings of Convenience Riot on an Empty StreetLed Zeppelin Houses of the HolyMae The EverglowMassive Attack MezzanineMastodon Blood MountainMercury Tide Why?Metallica Master of PuppetsMetallica Live Shit: Binge & PurgeWhat's better than listening to a classic metal band? Watching a classic metal band perform live. This is an amazing performance (there are actually three, one in Seattle, Mexico and San Diego). Metallica, one of the world's most famous metal acts of all time, perform some of their bests at these concerts, filled with great riffing, crowd pumping favorites and cursing galore.Metallica S&MWhat better to have than a classic metal band combined with a symphony orchestra? Someone thought it up, and here it is. This is a breathtaking concert, with Metallica combining their classic guitar riffs and solos with the San Fransisco Symphony. S&M (Symphony&Metallica) never lets up on the beauty, especially on songs like Nothing Else Matters or One. This is a must-have for fans of anything.Metric Old World Underground, Where Are You NowMidlake The Trials of Van OccupantherModest Mouse The Moon & AntarcticaModest Mouse Building Nothing Out of SomethingModest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even SankMurder by Death In Bocca Al LupoMuse Origin of SymmetryMy Bloody Valentine LovelessNick Drake Bryter LayterNightmare Of You Nightmare Of YouOceansize EffloresceOpeth OrchidOpeth MorningriseOpeth DamnationOpeth is among the world's best death metal acts. However, this album is anything but death metal. Each of the eight songs are ballads, with but one or two appearances of a distorted electric guitar. And zero appearances of Mikael's signature growling. This breathtaking album never lets go of the beautiful finger picked guitars, or Mikael's incredible clean singing. This is an amazing album, definitely worth the money.Our Lady Peace Happiness...Pavement Slanted and EnchantedPharoahe Monch Internal AffairsPink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of DawnPJ Harvey DryPorcupine Tree In AbsentiaPorcupine Tree DeadwingPrince Purple RainQueensryche Rage for OrderRadiohead The BendsRadiohead Hail to the ThiefRadiohead In RainbowsRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WayReel Big Fish Turn the Radio OffRise Against Revolutions Per MinuteRise Against The UnravelingRise Against Appeal to ReasonRough Silk Beyond the SundownRush 2112Saosin SaosinSay Anything ...Is a Real BoySay Anything In Defense of the GenreShadows Fall Of One BloodShpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is LostSigh Hangman's HymnSigur Ros Takk...Slint SpiderlandSparklehorse Dreamt for Light Years in the Belly of a MountainSparta Wiretap ScarsSparta PorcelainSpoon Gimme FictionSteve Vai Real Illusions: ReflectionsStratovarius The Chosen OnesStratovarius Fourth DimensionStratovarius Elements, Pt. 1Stratovarius Elements, Pt. 2Stratovarius InfiniteSum 41 ChuckSunny Day Real Estate DiarySwallow the Sun The Morning Never CameSymphony X Twilight in OlympusSymphony X The Damnation GameSystem of a Down Steal This Album!System of a Down MezmerizeTalking Heads Speaking in TonguesThe Aquabats . . . Vs. the Floating Eye of Death!The Aquabats Charge!!The Blinding Light The Ascension AttemptThis album features a lot of screaming vocals, which may cause a little strain to the ears of even a seasoned punk/hardcore listener. One of the album's high points is, as much as the title says otherwise, Snake Killers. It mixes in loud punkish music with a groovy bassline somewhere in the middle, making for a moment to die for, and ultimately a very good song. Musically, though, the album and band creates a sound that is enjoyable, using strong power chords and pretty solid drumming to back the singing. Catchy when it needs to be, mixed in with straight up hardcore very well.The Butterfly Effect ImagoThe Decemberists PicaresqueThe Devin Townsend Band SynchestraThe Faint Danse MacabreThe Fall of Troy DoppelgangerThe Fall of Troy GhostshipThe Flaming Lips Transmissions From the Satellite HeartThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink RobotsThe Flaming Lips Hit To Death In The Future HeadThe Flaming Lips At War With The MysticsThe Format Dog ProblemsThe Hours Narcissus RoadThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric LadylandThe Offspring SmashThe Sound of Animals Fighting Tiger and the DukeThird Eye Blind Third Eye BlindThrice The Artist in the AmbulanceTool UndertowTwo Gallants The ThroesVan der Graaf Generator Pawn HeartsVendetta Red Between the Never and the NowVision Divine Vision DivineWeezer WeezerX Los AngelesZao Liberate Te Ex Inferis3.5 greatAFI DecemberundergroundAlexisonfire CrisisAlkaline Trio CrimsonAt the Drive-In VayaAt the Drive-In This Station Is Non-OperationalAvenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenBeck Odelay!Behemoth DemigodBlink-182 Blink-182Bloc Party Silent AlarmCoheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of MadnessConverge No HeroesDamien Rice 9Dark New Day Twelve Year SilenceDinosaur Jr. DinosaurEisley Room NoisesFalkenbach Heralding - The FirebladeFinger Eleven The Greyest of Blue SkiesGodspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.Green Day WarningJay-Z The Black AlbumJimmy Eat World Bleed AmericanJimmy Eat World Static PrevailsKT Tunstall Eye To The TelescopeLostprophets Start SomethingMetallica Ride the LightningMuse AbsolutionMy Chemical Romance The Black ParadeNeutral Milk Hotel On Avery IslandNine Inch Nails The FragileOpeth DeliverancePink Floyd A Collection of Great Dance SongsPussycat Dolls PCDRadiohead AmnesiacRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesRancid ...And Out Come the WolvesRed Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumScary Kids Scaring Kids The City Sleeps In FlamesSikTh Death of a Dead DayStory of the Year Page AvenueStratovarius DreamspaceSuper Furry Animals RadiatorSystem of a Down System of a DownSystem of a Down ToxicitySystem of a Down HypnotizeTeam Sleep Team SleepThe Fall of Troy The Fall of TroyThe Offspring Ixnay on the HombreThe Shins Oh, Inverted WorldThe Smiths Louder Than BombsThrice Identity CrisisThursday Full CollapseTool OpiateTool 10,000 DaysVanessa Carlton Be Not Nobody3.0 goodA Perfect Circle aMOTIONAC/DC Back in BlackAlestorm Captain Morgan's RevengeAlexisonfire AlexisonfireAnti-Flag The Terror StateAvenged Sevenfold City of EvilBackstreet Boys Never GoneBackstreet Boys MillenniumBeyonce Dangerously In LoveBlink-182 Greatest HitsChristina Aguilera Back to BasicsCiccone Youth The Whitey AlbumClap Your Hands Say Yeah Clap Your Hands Say YeahCreedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's FactoryCreedence Clearwater Revival Green RiverDeath Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismDinosaur Jr. Green MindDJ Shadow The OutsiderFall Out Boy Infinity on HighFranz Ferdinand Franz FerdinandFrom First to Last Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body...Green Day International SuperhitsGreen Day InsomniacI Am Ghost Lovers' RequiemJay-Z The BlueprintJessica Simpson In This Skin (Collector's Edition)Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSoundsKanye West The College DropoutKanye West Late OrchestrationKelly Clarkson BreakawayLinkin Park Live In TexasMariah Carey The Emancipation of MimiMeshuggah Destroy Erase ImproveMeshuggah IMeshuggah Catch ThirtythreeMetallica ...And Justice for AllMetallica MetallicaMetallica Death MagneticMichael Jackson ThrillerModest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad NewsMuse ShowbizMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMy Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet RevengeNOFX Punk in DrublicNOFX The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)NOFX 7" Of The Month Club (February - July)Poison the Well Distance Makes the Heart Grow FonderPoison the Well Tear From the RedRage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineSmash Mouth Astro LoungeSteve Vai Sex & ReligionSteve Vai Flex-AbleStory of the Year In The Wake Of DeterminationStratovarius StratovariusStratovarius Twilight TimeStratovarius Fright NightStraylight Run Straylight RunStraylight Run Prepare To Be WrongSuper Furry Animals Love KraftTaking Back Sunday Tell All Your FriendsThe All-American Rejects Move AlongThe Avalanches Since I Left YouThe Murder of Rosa Luxemburg Everyone's in Love and Flowers Pick ThemThe Offspring Greatest HitsThe Smashing Pumpkins Pisces IscariotThe Smashing Pumpkins AdoreThom Yorke The EraserThursday War All the TimeThursday A City By the Light DividedTrivium Ember to InfernoUsher ConfessionsWe Are Scientists With Love and SqualorYellowcard Ocean AvenueYellowcard Lights and SoundsZao The Funeral of GodZao The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here2.5 averageAt the Drive-In Alfaro Vive, Carajo! Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh TrumpetBeck Stereopathetic SoulmanureChristina Aguilera Christina AguileraChristina Aguilera StrippedCreedence Clearwater Revival Willy and the Poor BoysCreedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater RevivalDeath Cab for Cutie Directions: The Plans Video AlbumDragonForce Inhuman RampageFall Out Boy From Under the Cork TreeFranz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much BetterGreen Day NimrodGreen Day American IdiotGwen Stefani Love. Angel. Music. Baby.Iron Maiden No Prayer for the DyingKanye West Late RegistrationLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryLinkin Park MeteoraMegadeth Rust in PeaceMeshuggah ChaosphereMudvayne L.D. 50My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets...NOFX Heavy Petting ZooNOFX Wolves in Wolves ClothingPoison the Well You Come Before YouRed Hot Chili Peppers One Hot MinuteRed Hot Chili Peppers Freaky StyleyRelient K The Anatomy of Tongue In CheekRihanna Good Girl Gone BadSlayer Reign in BloodSum 41 Does This Look Infected?Switchfoot The Beautiful LetdownTaking Back Sunday Where You Want To BeTaking Back Sunday Louder NowThe Offspring SplinterThe Smashing Pumpkins Machina / The Machines of GodThe Smashing Pumpkins Machina II - Friends and Enemies of Modern MusicThursday Five Stories FallingZao Where Blood and Fire Bring Rest2.0 poorAtreyu A Death-Grip on YesterdayBackstreet Boys Black & BlueBlink-182 Cheshire CatBlink-182 Enema of the StateBritney Spears Greatest Hits: My PrerogativeCreed My Own PrisonCreed Human ClayDeath Cab for Cutie We Have the Facts and We're Voting YesEminem The Eminem ShowEminem EncoreFall Out Boy Take This to Your GraveFrom First to Last AestheticGood Charlotte The Young And The HopelessGood Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and DeathGreen Day KerplunkHilary Duff MetamorphosisHoobastank HoobastankHoobastank Every Man for HimselfIron Maiden Virtual XIJay-Z Reasonable DoubtJay-Z and Linkin Park Collision CourseJessica Simpson A Public AffairKelly Clarkson ThankfulKorn Take a Look in the MirrorLimp Bizkit Significant OtherLinkin Park ReanimationMaroon 5 Songs About JaneMegadeth Killing Is My Business...Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!Metallica Kill 'Em AllModest Mouse The Fruit That Ate ItselfMudvayne The End of All Things to ComeMudvayne Lost and FoundNew Found Glory New Found GloryNickelback The StateNo Doubt Return of SaturnNOFX S&M AirlinesPanic! At the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat OutRage Against the Machine RenegadesRed Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!?Relient K MmhmmSum 41 All Killer No FillerTrivium AscendancyUnderoath The Changing of TimesUnderoath Act of DepressionWeezer MaladroitZao Parade of ChaosZao The Splinter Shards the Birth of Separation1.5 very poor'N Sync CelebrityA Perfect Circle eMOTIVeAnal Cunt I Like It When You DieAngels and Airwaves We Don't Need to WhisperAtreyu Suicide Notes and Butterfly KissesAtreyu Fractures in the Facade of Your....Avenged Sevenfold Warmness on the SoulAvril Lavigne Under My SkinAvril Lavigne Let GoBlink-182 Take Off Your Pants and JacketBlink-182 Dude RanchBlink-182 FlyswatterBlink-182 BuddhaBritney Spears Oops!...I Did It AgainBritney Spears In The ZoneBritney Spears ...Baby One More TimeCreedence Clearwater Revival Mardi GrasDaddy Yankee Barrio Fino En DirectoEiffel 65 EuropopGood Charlotte Good CharlotteGood Charlotte Good Morning RevivalGreen Day 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy HoursGreen Day ShenanigansHawthorne Heights If Only You Were LonelyHoobastank The ReasonJet Get BornLimp Bizkit The Unquestionable Truth - Part ILimp Bizkit Greatest HitzLindsay Lohan SpeakMeshuggah Contradictions CollapseMetallica St. AngerMetallica ReloadMetallica LoadMichael Jackson InvincibleNew Found Glory Sticks and StonesNew Found Glory From the Screen to Your StereoNew Found Glory Coming HomeNick Lachey What's Left of MeNickelback The Long RoadNickelback All the Right ReasonsNickelback CurbNo Doubt Rock SteadyNOFX Pods and GodsNOFX Don't Call Me WhitePorcupine Tree We Lost the SkylinePuddle of Mudd Come CleanRed Hot Chili Peppers Under the CoversRelient K Relient KSum 41 Half Hour Of PowerSum 41 Go Chuck YourselfSum 41 Underclass HeroThe Click Five Greetings from Imrie HouseThe Killers Hot FussThe Offspring The OffspringThe Offspring Conspiracy of OneUnderoath Cries of the PastWeezer The Green Album1.0 awful'N Sync No Strings Attached50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin'50 Cent The MassacreAshlee Simpson AutobiographyAtreyu The CurseInsane Clown Posse The Wraith: Shangri-LaLimp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...Limp Bizkit New Old SongsLindsay Lohan A Little More Personal (Raw)Megadeth RiskNew Found Glory CatalystTo think I used to like this. New Found Glory is known for their once-catchy pop-punk hooks, but now, lead singer Jordan has been just awful for the band. His vocals strain the listener's ears as they have to hear his woman-like screechy voice. This could've been a catchy album, even with its boring boring boring guitars, basic basic basic drums and non-existent non-existent non-existent bass because I can imagine it with a decent singer and decent lyrics, which this album also doesn't offer. This could've gotten something like a 2, but no, this is a 1. Horrible.Nickelback Silver Side UpNOFX Liberal AnimationParis Hilton ParisR. Kelly Trapped in the Closet (Chapters 1-12)Simple Plan No Pads, No Helmets... Just BallsSimple Plan Still Not Getting Any...Spice Girls SpiceThe All-American Rejects The All-American RejectsThis is one of the worst albums I have ever heard. Every part of the band shows lack of talent, starting at the vocals. His voice shines in but one song, which is one of two songs I regard highly off this record. On the other songs, the vocals are god-awful, showing a feminine range for a male singer. The lyrics are pathetic as well, very cheesy and showing the poetry of a pre-teen. The guitars are painfully repetitive, boring and simple, even on the solos. The bass and drums are also very, very basic, bass sometimes being hardly audible, and drums being replaced once in a while by a beat box. Don't waste your time, unless you want to listen to "The Last Song" and maybe "Swing, Swing." The rest is a huge hunk of doody.
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