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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicBob Dylan Highway 61 RevisitedBob Dylan, one of, if not the greatest poet and musician in modern history, hit his high point with the release of Highway 61 Revisited. Not a single bad, or even an average track on the entire album make this album a classic. Often voted one of the greatest albums of all time, anyone could see why when you pick this up. Elliott Smith Either/OrElliott Smith put together a collection of albums on par with anyone in the alternative scene in the last two or so decades. Easily one of the most important artists of this generation, and a perfect example of this is the nearly perfect LP Either/Or. Released in 1997, the album gained large critical success, as well it should have. Without a single bad song, Smith took his career to the next level with such songs as 2:45 AM and Say Yes. Intelligent lyrics over his beautiful voice make for a modern masterpiece that will be enjoyed for years to come. Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IIILed Zeppelin hit their peak with their third studio release. The band focused more on folk aspects, rather then the blues sound they became known for. The album is filled with classics, which Im sure every fan knows. Songs like Gallows Pole, Out On The Tiles Bron-Y-Aur Stom, and of course the almighty Immigrant Song make for a turly classic piece of work.
Radiohead OK ComputerThe album where Radiohead perfected the alt rock sound, and hit a level of respect few bands get a chance to hold. The album does not have a throw away track, and is more then worth the price tag to anyone out there, not just alt rock or pop rock fans but any music fan in general. This album is a must in any music collection.4.5 superb...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Source Tags & CodesAt the Drive-In Relationship of CommandBeck Sea ChangeBob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob DylanBob Dylan Blood on the TracksBroken Social Scene Broken Social SceneDeath From Above 1979 You're a Woman, I'm a MachineDinosaur Jr. Dinosaurdredg El CieloElliott Smith XOElliott Smith From a Basement on the HillElliott Smith is one of the most beloved and respected singer/ songwriters of this generation, and after listening to past work, anyone can see why. Poetic lyrics over beautiful vocals make for a great listening experience. Sadly, Smith took his own life before even this album was released, but his work lives on. With the release of From A Basement On The Hill, Smithís body of work has proven, even in death, he can move people. Another great album lyrically, good guitar work and keys at times. Not his best album bu any stretch of the imagination, but solid nonetheless. Recommend this to anyone that likes music, that simple.Elliott Smith Roman CandleExplosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead PlaceExplosions in the Sky Those Who Tell the Truth...Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero KanadaIron & Wine Our Endless Numbered DaysKing Crimson In the Court of the Crimson KingProg sure got a great start with King Crimson's first album. Every moment is as good as the one befor it. Anyone that wants to get into prog, this is where to start. The album features some of King Crimsons best work, and is a true classic in every sense of the word.Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IVM. Ward Post-WarNeutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaNick Drake Pink MoonNirvana NevermindOasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?Pearl Jam TenPink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPink Floyd AnimalsPink Floyd The WallPixies DoolittlePixies Trompe Le MondePortishead DummyQueens of the Stone Age Songs for the DeafQueens of the Stone Age Rated RRadiohead Kid ASigur Ros Takk...Sonic Youth Daydream NationThe Beatles RevolverThe Clash London CallingThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink RobotsThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumThe Mars Volta AmputechtureThe Mars Volta has already put together a classic catalog of albums in their very young career. With the release of Amputechure, they have added another solid piece of work. Omar gave up some of the guitar duties to John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chile Peppers, and a seasoned veteran of the music game comes through for The Mars Volta in a big way. The guitar solos may be stronger here then ever before, and the dueling between Omar and Cedric at the instrument is again spot on. The horn use on this album is easily and unquestionablely their best work yet. Finally the trumpets are allowed to come in to their own, and really add to the overall feel of the album. Keys, percussion, and the preciously mentioned horns add even more of a Latin feel then in past work, and even Omar?s guitar work seems more Latin inspired then ever before. The vocals are very Mars Volta, with Cedric?s amazing vocal range spewing out more classic lines that fans have came to expect and enjoy. The time signatures are more comparable to that of their debut album De-Loused In The Comatorium, but song structure (although shorter) are much more like their follow up, Frances The Mute. Instant fan favorites such as Vermicide and Tetragrammaton are going to be enjoyed for years to come. Not their best work, but very close, highly recommend this album to any music fan.Two Gallants The ThroesTwo Gallants What the Toll Tells4.0 excellentAFI The Art of DrowningAgainst Me! Crime as Forgiven ByAt the Drive-In VayaAt the Drive-In This Station Is Non-OperationalAt the Drive-In In/Casino/OutBand of Horses Everything All the TimeBeck Odelay!Beck GueroBeck The InformationBeck, everyone's favorite loser, has returned with the release of The Information. Easily his best work since 2002's Sea Change, Beck takes us back to the famed Odelay! Days. Oh yes, the feel good songs featuring the white boy rapping, giving us more great lines and even better overall songs. Nausea may be the pop single of the year, and really puts an exclamation mark on Becks return, a real stand out on a already solid album. This album is a must for any long time Beck fan, and even music fans looking to find out more about the talented singer.Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling SinisterBelle and Sebastian TigermilkBob Dylan Bob DylanBob Dylan Modern TimesBright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's MorningBroken Social Scene You Forgot It In PeopleCold War Kids Up In RagsdEUS Pocket RevolutionDinosaur Jr. Bugdredg Leitmotifdredg Live at The FillmoreElliott Smith Figure 8Elliott Smith Elliott SmithFugazi The ArgumentGodspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to HeavenInterpol Turn on the Bright LightsIron & Wine In The Reins (feat. Calexico)Iron & Wine Woman KingJason Collett Idols of ExileJohn Lennon ImagineKing Crimson LizardKyuss Welcome to Sky ValleyKyuss ...And the Circus Leaves TownLed Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 1: Early DaysLed Zeppelin Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IIM. Ward Transistor RadioMogwai Come On Die YoungMogwai Young TeamNeil Young HarvestNeil Young Harvest MoonNeutral Milk Hotel On Avery IslandNick Drake Five Leaves LeftNirvana In UteroNirvana MTV Unplugged in New YorkNirvana NirvanaOasis Definitely MaybeOceansize EffloresceOmar Rodriguez-Lopez A Manual Dexterity: Soundtrack Vol. 1Pink Floyd EchoesPixies Best of Pixies: Wave of MutilationPure Reason Revolution The Dark ThirdQueens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone AgeQueens of the Stone Age Lullabies to ParalyzeQueens of the Stone Age Over the Years and Through the WoodsRadiohead The BendsRadiohead My Iron LungSam Roberts Band Chemical CitySigur Ros √Āg√¶tis byrjunSigur Ros ( )Sonic Youth DirtySonic Youth GooSonic Youth Confusion is Sex/Kill Yr IdolsSonic Youth SisterSonic Youth EVOLSonic Youth Bad Moon RisingSonic Youth SYR1: AnagramaSonic Youth Rather RippedSufjan Stevens IllinoisSufjan Stevens MichiganThe Beatles 1The Decemberists PicaresqueThe Decemberists The Crane WifeThe Flaming Lips The Soft BulletinThe Flaming Lips Clouds Taste MetallicThe Killers Sam's TownThe Libertines Up The BracketThe Mars Volta Frances the MuteThe Mayan Factor 44The White Stripes ElephantThe White Stripes perfected the imperfection of garage rock with their greatest release, Elephant. Jack White brought some of his best lyrics and guitar work over a grand production job. The album has many fan favorites, and of course the infamous Seven Nation Army, which many fans have grown to hate for how large it made the band. Never the less, you would have a hard time finding a single bad track on the album, and really should be in any music collection.The White Stripes The White StripesThe White Stripes De StijlThe White Stripes Under Blackpool LightsThe White Stripes Walking With a GhostTool LateralusTool AenimaTool SalivalVolta Do Mar 03>98Weezer PinkertonWintersleep Untitled3.5 great...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Worlds ApartAgainst Me! Reinventing Axl RoseAnimal Collective Sung TongsArctic Monkeys Five Minutes With Arctic MonkeysAt the Drive-In El Gran OrgoAt the Drive-In Alfaro Vive, Carajo! Audioslave Out of ExileBarenaked Ladies GordonBarenaked Ladies Barenaked Ladies Are MeBeck Mellow GoldBurton Wagner A Sentinel's EyesClann Zu RuaDamien Rice 9Deftones Saturday Night WristdEUS The Ideal Crashdredg Catch Without ArmsExplosions in the Sky The RescueFlotation Toy Warning Bluffer's Guide to the Flight DeckGnarls Barkley St. ElsewhereGodspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.Incubus When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 1Jane's Addiction Ritual De Lo HabitualJohnny Cash American V: A Hundred HighwaysJohnny Cash American III: Solitary ManKing Crimson RedKing Crimson In the Wake of PoseidonLed Zeppelin How the West Was WonLL Cool J Mama Said Knock You OutMastodon Blood MountainMetallica Master of PuppetsNeil Young After the Gold RushNeil Young UnpluggedNeil Young Journey Through the PastPearl Jam Vs.Pelican March Into the SeaQueens of the Stone Age Stone Age ComplicationsRadiohead I Might Be Wrong: Live RecordingsRadiohead Airbag/How Am I Driving?Rage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesSam Roberts Band We Were Born In A FlameSnoop Dogg DoggystyleSonic Youth Washing MachineSonic Youth Sonic NurseSublime 40 Oz. to FreedomThe Mars Volta TremulantThe Mayan Factor In Lake 'CHThe White Stripes White Blood CellsThe White Stripes Get Behind Me SatanThom Yorke The EraserTool OpiateWeezer WeezerWolf Parade Apologies to the Queen Mary3.0 good+44 When Your Heart Stops BeatingAFI Sing the SorrowAFI Black Sails in the SunsetAFI Shut Your Mouth and Open Your EyesAFI Behind the TimesAgainst Me! As the Eternal CowboyAgainst Me! Searching for a Former ClarityArcade Fire FuneralArctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...Arctic Monkeys Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?Audioslave Live in CubaAudioslave RevelationsAudioslave moved on in the minds of many fans with Out Of Exile in 2005. Their sound came together, the band found a sound all their own, and found themself selling loads of records and gaining some critical success. To say the band has stepped back a few steps with the release of Revelations is letting them off lightly. The album, at first listen seems to carry the same depth as Out Of Exile, however when you dig in a bit you discover very little there. The songs get old, very quicky, and drag on with the same riffs and verses done in the past. These riffs are nice, but feel empty at this point. The vocals are very Cornell, but the man seems very uninspired and bored at various points on the album. Is the album bad? Of course not, this is a solid piece of work, we just have heard it done before, and done much better. Is it worth your hard earned dollars and very previous time? No/Very little, when you can get Out Of Exile and enjoy it much more. A true disappointment for any fan out there.Beastie Boys Licensed to IllBilly Talent Billy TalentBloc Party Silent AlarmBreaking Benjamin We Are Not AloneBright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital UrnBush Sixteen StoneCoheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of MadnessCold War Kids With Our Wallets FullCold War Kids Mulberry StreetCold War Kids Robbers and CowardsColdplay A Rush of Blood to the HeadCollective Soul 7even Year ItchCollective Soul YouthDeath Cab for Cutie The Photo AlbumDeath Cab for Cutie You Can Play These Songs With ChordsDeath Cab for Cutie Drive Well, Sleep Carefully (DVD)Def Leppard PyromaniaDef Leppard Retro ActiveDeftones White PonyEminem The Marshall Mathers LPFleetwood Mac RumoursGreen Day DookieHinder Extreme BehaviorIncubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.Incubus Live in Japan 2004Incubus Live at Lollapalooza 2003Jane's Addiction Nothing's ShockingJimi Hendrix Experience Hendrix: The Best of Hendrixk-os Joyful Rebellionk-os Atlantis: Hymns For DiscoKings of Convenience Riot on an Empty StreetKISS Alive!KISS RevengeKorn Follow the LeaderKorn Greatest Hits Vol. 1Led Zeppelin Early Days/Latter DaysLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin [DVD]Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 2: Latter DaysMastodon Call of the MastodonMetallica MetallicaMoby PlayModest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad NewsMotley Crue Greatest Hits (1998)Muse Origin of SymmetryMuse Absolution TourNeil Young Silver & GoldNeil Young Living with WarNickelback Silver Side UpNine Inch Nails With TeethNOFX The War on ErrorismNOFX RibbedNorah Jones Come Away with MeOceansize Everyone Into PositionOur Lady Peace NaveedOur Lady Peace ClumsyOutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love BelowPorcupine Tree DeadwingRage Against the Machine Live & RareRage Against the Machine Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium (DVD)Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest HitsRed Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!? (DVD)Rise Against Revolutions per MinuteRise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureSlipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)Snoop Dogg R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) - The MasterpieceSonic Youth Experimental Jet Set, Trash, and No StarSonic Youth The Destroyed Room B-Sides and RaritiesSparta PorcelainStaind Break the CycleSufjan Stevens The Avalanche: Outtakes and ExtrasSum 41 All Killer No FillerThe Black Keys Rubber FactoryThe Distillers Coral FangThe Flaming Lips At War With The MysticsThe Killers Hot FussThe Libertines The LibertinesThe Libertines I Get Along EPThe Mars Volta Scab DatesThe Raconteurs Broken Boy SoldiersThe Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite SadnessThe String Quartet Tribute to The Mars VoltaThe Used The UsedThe Wreckers Stand Still, Look PrettyThom Yorke Harrowdown HillThrice Red SkyTool UndertowTool 72826Tool 10,000 DaysWeird Al Yankovic Straight Outta LynwoodYes Yes2.5 averageAFI All Hallow'sAFI A Fire InsideAFI Answer That and Stay FashionableAFI AFIAFI DecemberundergroundAlkaline Trio CrimsonAlkaline Trio RemainsAtreyu Fractures in the Facade of Your....Atreyu VisionsAvenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenAvenged Sevenfold City of EvilAvril Lavigne Under My SkinAvril Lavigne Let GoBreaking Benjamin SaturateBreaking Benjamin PhobiaBritney Spears Greatest Hits: My PrerogativeBush Razorblade SuitcaseBush Zen x Four (DVD & CD)Chevelle This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)Chevelle Wonder What's NextCoheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine BladeColdplay X & YCollective Soul Disciplined BreakdownCollective Soul From The Ground UpDeath Cab for Cutie PlansDef Leppard Yeah!Def Leppard SlangDef Leppard XDeftones Around the FurDisturbed BelieveEighteen Visions VanityEminem The Eminem ShowFall Out Boy Infinity on HighGob Too Late...No FriendsGood Charlotte Good CharlotteGreen Day NimrodGwen Stefani Love. Angel. Music. Baby.Hard-Fi Stars Of CCTVStars of CCTV at first listen seems to be an enjoyable pop rock album. However, over time the songs fade, and that added with the terrible lyrics make this album nothing more then average. Hot Hot Heat ElevatorIncubus Make YourselfIncubus Morning ViewIncubus Alive at Red RocksIncubus Light GrenadesJane's Addiction StraysKid Rock Devil Without A CauseKillradio Raised on Whipped CreamKISS Love GunKISS KISSKISS GoldKISS Alive IIIKorn IssuesKorn See You on the Other SideLimp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all$Limp Bizkit Greatest HitzLinkin Park ReanimationLinkin Park Hybrid Theory EPLinkin Park Live In TexasMetallica Kill 'Em AllMetallica Ride the LightningMetallica Some Kind of MonsterMetallica LoadMetallica The Unnamed FeelingMoneen The Red TreeMotley Crue Motley CrueMuse AbsolutionMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMxPx Before Everything & AfterMxPx Life in GeneralMy Chemical Romance Life on the Murder SceneNeil Young Prairie WindNickelback All the Right ReasonsNOFX So Long and Thanks for All the ShoesNOFX The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)NOFX Pods and GodsNOFX Pump Up the ValuumNOFX Wolves in Wolves ClothingNorah Jones Feels Like HomeOur Lady Peace GravityOur Lady Peace Healthy In Paranoid TimesOur Lady Peace Happiness...OutKast StankoniaP.O.D. Fundamental Elements of SouthtownP.O.D. TestifyP.O.D. SatellitePantera Vulgar Display of PowerPantera Reinventing Hell: The Best of PanteraPennywise Land Of The Free?Pennywise About TimePillar FireproofPillar Broken Down: The EPRage Against the Machine RenegadesRed Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!?Red Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde ParkRed Hot Chili Peppers The Best OfRed Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumRise Against The UnravelingSlipknot 9.0: LiveSnoop Dogg Tha Blue Carpet TreatmentSparta Wiretap ScarsSparta ThreesStrata StrataSum 41 ChuckSum 41 Go Chuck YourselfSwitchfoot Nothing is SoundSystem of a Down ToxicityTaking Back Sunday Tell All Your FriendsThe Dead 60s The Dead 60sThrice Identity CrisisThrice The Artist in the AmbulanceThrice If We Could Only See Us NowThursday WaitingThursday A City By the Light DividedTrivium The CrusadeTRUSTcompany The Lonely Position of NeutralTRUSTcompany True ParallelsWeezer The Green AlbumWeird Al Yankovic Poodle HatWolfmother WolfmotherYellowcard Lights and Sounds2.0 poorAFI Very Proud of YaAlexisonfire AlexisonfireAlexisonfire Watch Out!Alexisonfire CrisisAudioslave AudioslaveAvenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh TrumpetBlink-182 Greatest HitsBloodhound Gang Hooray For BoobiesBlue October FoiledBreaking Benjamin So ColdBritney Spears In The ZoneCypress Hill Skull and BonesDeath Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismDef Leppard Vault: Greatest Hits 1980 - 1995Deftones DeftonesEarshot TwoEighteen Visions ObsessionEighteen Visions Eighteen VisionsFall Out Boy Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your GirlfriendGood Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and DeathGreen Day WarningGreen Day International SuperhitsGreen Day ShenanigansHoobastank The ReasonIncubus A Crow Left of the Murder...Jet Get BornKid Rock CockyKISS DestroyerKISS AnimalizeKISS Alive IIKISS Psycho CircusLimp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...Limp Bizkit Significant OtherLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryMetallica St. AngerMetallica ...And Justice for AllMetallica ReloadMotley Crue Dr. FeelgoodMxPx PanicNickelback The Long RoadNickelback The StateNOFX 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good EnoughNOFX 7" Of The Month Club (February - July)P.O.D. Payable on DeathPantera The Great Southern TrendkillParis Hilton ParisPennywise The FusePennywise From The AshesPillar Where Do We Go from HereRed Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane CastleRed Hot Chili Peppers Off the MapRise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessSeether Karma and EffectSnoop Dogg Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$Sum 41 Does This Look Infected?Switchfoot The Beautiful LetdownSwollen Members Monsters in the ClosetTaking Back Sunday Louder NowThe Black Keys Magic PotionThe Exies Head for the DoorThe Strokes Room on FireThursday War All the TimeThursday Full CollapseTrivium AscendancyWeezer Make Believe1.5 very poorAlkaline Trio Good MourningAlkaline Trio From Here To InfirmaryAtreyu Suicide Notes and Butterfly KissesAtreyu A Death-Grip on YesterdayAtreyu The Best of AtreyuBeastie Boys To the 5 BoroughsBlink-182 Blink-182Box Car Racer Box Car RacerChevelle Live From The RoadEminem EncoreFall Out Boy From Under the Cork TreeGob Foot In Mouth DiseaseGreen Day American IdiotKevin Federline Playing with FireKid Rock Live TruckerKid Rock History Of RockKISS Rock and Roll OverKISS The Very Best of KissKorn Take a Look in the MirrorKorn UntouchablesLimp Bizkit The Unquestionable Truth - Part ILinkin Park MeteoraOur Lady Peace Live from Calgary and EdmontonPanic! At the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat OutPowerman 5000 Tonight the Stars RevoltPowerman 5000 TransformRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WaySlipknot IowaSmile Empty Soul Smile Empty SoulStory of the Year Page AvenueTaking Back Sunday Where You Want To BeThe Ataris So Long, AstoriaThrice Vheissu1.0 awfulI Mother Earth The Quicksilver Meat DreamI Mother Earth in the 90's used inventive musicianship over decent vocals to create a sound of their own. Even a line up change at vocals did not slow them down. However, with the release of this album, they fell apart rather quicky after. The effort had a good single, but failed to match on the rest of the album. The sound, is awkward to say the least and lyrics do not help much. Easily the worst album I have ever bought, and I have bought a few stinkers in my life, the album is worthless, and should be forgotten.Limp Bizkit Results May VaryLimp Bizkit capitalized on the backs of fourteen year olds for many years before hitting a downward spiral with the death of most nu-metal in the first few years of the new decade. In 2003, they tried to gain some respectably back with the release of Results May Vary. The album holds many of the traits their old work had, however with the public more then moved on to other artists, the album fell flat. The album features the same old poor rapping skills Durst became infamous for over the years. The lyrics are simply awful, and even the musicianship that saved their past work from being worthless failed to hit it standards on this album. Mainly due to the fact that Wes left, and the hate from the rest of the band towards Durst and his antics almost smacks the listener in the face in interviews and on the album. The album seems very mailed in, avoid at all costs.Papa Roach InfestPapa Roach, the emo-posers they are now, are much better then what they used to be. Which of course was metal-posers. The album is very good if you are twelve years of age and the year is 2000, but if you do not fit this deception, you should avoid this album at all costs. The album is filled with cheesy lyrics and played out guitar riffs, what else is there to make you want to run the other way at first listen.Puddle of Mudd Life On DisplayPuddle Of Mudd did ride Fred Durst, and nu-metal in general to produce a good album in Come Clean. However their second release was filled with over produced radio rock that failed to add anything new to rock, or music for that matter. The album uses the same old same old in terms of riffs and lyrics, and just becomes very boring, very quickly.The Used In Love and DeathThe Used came out of the gate with a decent start, however decent is not a work I can associate with this poor effort. The album, with very little lyrical content of any substance, fails to hit what The Used gained popularity for. Which were aggressive musicianship over the singers vocal range, however this album just becomes a copy of what they use to be. Not looking forward to their next work, and Iím not sure why anyone would be.
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