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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classic311 Greatest HitsThis is truly a greatest hits album. One of the best I've heard. It has the hits that made them famous like Down and Amber, as well as some surprises that many people may not know about like Do You Right and Transistor. I also love the previously unreleased tracks that are included on this compilation. First Straw is one of my favorite 311 songs to date and How Do You Feel is always able to put a smile on my face. Good greatest hits compilation.Elliott Smith XOThis is argueably Elliott Smith's best album. For me, it's hard to decide between this one and Either/Or. This album is great. There are only a few songs on here that I don't really really like. Sweet Adeline is one of the best songs to lead an album off that I've ever heard and Waltz #2 and Bled White are also amazing. This album deserves a 4.5, it's not a classic in my book, but it sure is close.Elliott Smith Either/OrThis is probably my favorite Elliott Smith album. Every song on here is just amazing. With songs like Alameda, Angeles, Between the Bars, Punch and Judy, Say Yes, Rose Parade, and The Ballad of Big Nothing, you can't go wrong. Every aspect of this album is just amazing. Incubus Morning ViewI think this is Incubus' best album so far. Musically, it's so flawless. The first time I listened to this album I was completely blown away. Every song is so amazing. I know that Science and some of their earlier stuff is great, but I think that with this album, they matured a lot.Radiohead OK ComputerEvery track on this album is absolutely amazing in every sense of the word. Well, maybe except for Fitter Happier, but that track is still awesome. The first time I heard this album I couldn't believe my ears. I was in a trance for hours afterward. Could an album possibly be this good? As far as the best album of the 90's goes. It's a toss up between this one and Elliott Smith's "Either/Or."Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots4.5 superb311 Don't Tread On MeDon't Tread On Me is great in some ways, but it's horrible in other ways. It just depends on the person you ask and the way you look at it. Personally, I love this album. They have a wide variety of songs that show you completely what 311 has in their bag of tricks. You have "There's Always An Excuse" which shows you their ability to switch styles in the middle of a song multiple times. You have "Speak Easy" and "Whiskey & Wine" which show you their more sincere, melodic side. And you have "Solar Flare" and "It's Getting OK Now" which show you 311's more rock/hip-hop side. But this album did change from their earlier stuff to something different which could be the reason why a lot of people didn't like it. It just depends on how you look at it. 311 311 Day 2004 - Live In New OrleansAfter going to the 311 Day 2006 in Memphis, I can honestly say that the only thing better than this DVD is actually being there, but while some aren't able to do this, this DVD gives you the next best thing. With this DVD, 311 proves that quantity can make people satisfied, but while they give a large quantity of songs, they definitely don't dissapoint with quality. Every song is amazing to listen to live. 311 is a great live band and when you mix that with the excitement of 311 Day and the energy of the fans you get something that not a lot of other bands are able to accomplish.311 Evolver311 From ChaosI'm going to go out on a limb and say that From Chaos is the best 311 album to date. Every song on it is amazing. Pure 311 energy at its finest. It contains every aspect of what 311 had done up until that point, and therefore, has songs that everybody will love. Even if you hate this album, you will probably find at least one song on here that you won't be able to get enough of. They need to play more of this album at their shows.311 SoundsystemSoundsystem is one of the best, if not, the best 311 album out there. It definitely has the best album cover of any 311 album, but that's off the subject. From start to finish, this album will absolutely blow you away. Freeze Time is one of the best openers I've heard in a while and then it leads right into the ever popular Come Original. Some other greats are Flowing, Life's Not a Race, Sever, and Eons. Then, the last three songs close the album very well. Leaving Babylon is sort of a relaxing reggae song that you could listen to while stoned and have a good time. Then Mindspin, one of the best 311 songs out there, sets you up for Livin' & Rockin' which closes the album with a bang. By the time you're done listening, you won't know what just hit you. It's amazing.311 TransistorTransistor was originally supposed to be a double album, but the 21 songs were released on just one disc, which makes it the longest 311 album to date, including the greatest hits. Transistor contains some of the beautiful, experimental, and colorful songs that every 311 fan loves. Songs like Prisoner, Inner Light Spectrum, Jupiter, Use Of Time, Running, Starshines, and Stealing Happy Hours are popular songs amongst the more "hard-core" 311 fans, and probably some of the most requested songs at shows. Many people will give this album one or two listens, skip over some songs, and decide that it wasn't worth their ten bucks, but if you listen to it with an open mind, realizing that this isn't like any other 311 music, you will end up loving it just like I do and many other 311 fans do.311 311311 Grassroots311 MusicMusic is probably the best debut album I've ever heard. A lot of people say that it's a shame that 311 can't make a better album than this one. That's saying a lot for a band that had no national recognition prior to this release and really didn't know what they were doing when they made the record. Most of the songs from this album would be considered classics by many 311 fans. Songs like Freak Out, Unity, Hydroponic, Nix Hex, Feels So Good, and Do You Right. Not to mention the hidden track at the end of the album which is probably the harshest, most "in-your-face" song ever recorded by the band. This album deserves a perfect 5, especially after you consider this being their first full length production, and their first album released on a major label.AFI Sing the SorrowThis is AFI's best album, no question. It's so much more well-rounded musically than any of their stuff that came before it, and with Decemberunderground they prettymuch killed themselves, but anyway... great album. One of the most musically flawless albums I've heard.Circa Survive JuturnaCirca Survive On Letting GoDamien Rice Odredg Catch Without Armsdredg El CieloThis album gets a lot of praise on this site, and it is deserved. I love every song on the album except for Convalescent and that is enough for me to give it a 4.5 instead of a perfect 5. Some of my favorite Dredg songs are on this album; songs like Same Ol Road, Of The Room, Scissor Lock, and Whoa Is Me. I like the "brushstroke" songs. They make the album feel like more of an album, more of a work of art rather than just a disc with songs on it. The difference between dredg and many other bands is, dredg cares about the artistic quality of their music more than the money that comes from it, something that is rare to find these days.Elliott Smith Figure 8This is probably Elliott's most popular album, but popularity aside, I think that this is one of his best. One thing that I love about this album is it feels like a complete album, not just a group of songs that were recorded and put together onto a CD. This album shows his dark, depressing side with songs like Everything Means Nothing To Me and Everything Reminds Me Of Her, and it also shows his more upbeat side with songs like L.A. and Stupidity Tries. This album is truely amazing and will definitely leave some sort of impact on every listener.Elliott Smith New MoonFoo Fighters There Is Nothing Left To LoseThis is probably my favorite Foo Fighters album. The music on this album, with the exception of "Breakout" is very mature and you can tell they really wrote songs that are meaningful to them. I love how they have a lot of chill songs on this album. The Foo Fighters' chill music is their best stuff in my opinion. Best songs are "Learn To Fly" "Aurora" and the last three tracks. This album is great.Foo Fighters The Colour and the ShapeIncubus Alive at Red Rocks (DVD)This gives a nice idea of what an Incubus concert might be like. Although this was on their tour promoting the album A Crow Left Of The Murder, they still have a pretty good setlist including old songs from Science and Make Yourself as well as well known radio hits like Wish You Were Here and Drive. The EP isn't bad either. The three unreleased tracks are some of my favorites by the band and the two live songs are performed very well giving the listener a wonderful listening experience.Incubus A Crow Left of the Murder...This album is actually one of my favorite Incubus albums, right up there with Morning View and Science. There isn't a song on this album that I don't really like. The only song that I don't think is as good as the rest is Beware! Criminal, but even that song is great. Overall, this is a very solid album and an interesting new musical sound for Incubus. After hearing the music from this album and the Light Grenades album, I can't help but to be very excited to see what this wonderful group of musicians has in store for us in the future.Incubus Make YourselfIncubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.Iron & Wine The Creek Drank the CradleIron & Wine Our Endless Numbered DaysIron & Wine The Shepherd's DogJack Johnson On and OnThis is definitely Jacks best album. Every song on here is great, even the really short ones that some people might consider "fillers." The only song that didn't really catch my attention was Mediocre Bad Guys, but everything else is really catchy and most all of the songs have really good morals and messages behind them, especially Cookie Jar. With this album, Jack just makes some pure laid back, island music that's easy to listen and relax to.Lydia This December; It's One More and I'm FreI saw Lydia live when they were playing with one of my favorite bands and I had never heard of them before. As I stood there listening to their beautiful music I was completely blown away and I had to pick this album up. It's amazing! I listened to this at least 10 times within the first couple of days that I had it. I would reccomend this album to anyone who calls themselves a fan of music.Mae Destination: BeautifulI hope that Mae can put out an album that will be able to compete with this one in the future. Every song on the album blows me away. Every song is so inspired and you can tell that they really spent a lot of time writing them. It's a shame that most people who call themselves Mae fans don't know a lot of songs from this album. The Everglow just doesn't match up to this one and it never will. This album is amazing.Minus the Bear Menos El OsoMy Morning Jacket ZMy Morning Jacket OkonokosPinback Summer in AbaddonRadiohead AmnesiacThis is up there as one of my favorite Radiohead albums. I Might Be Wrong, Like Spinning Plates, Knives Out, and Dollars and Cents are awesome. A lot of people say that this sounds too much like Kid A, but is that a bad thing? Personally, I think Kid A and this album are amazing. Radiohead Kid AKid A is amazing. It's hard for me to pick a favorite Radiohead album. They're all amazing, but this one is definitely in my top 6. "Idioteque" is easily my favorite Radiohead song of all time. I love how after The Bends, they kind of went in an electronic, psychadellic direction. The best songs on here are Idioteque, Everything In Its Right Place, and The National Anthem.Radiohead Hail to the ThiefHail to the Theif is probably my favorite Radiohead album. It goes back to the roots of The Bends and OK Computer, but still lives up to the standard they had set for themselves with electronic beats and random dubs, as well as supplying some really catchy tunes. The one song that I don't really get from this album is I Will, but everything else is amazing, especially There There, Backdrifts, and A Punchup At A Wedding. This album is great and I'm looking forward to what this band has in store for us in the future.Rage Against the Machine Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium (DVD)The last two concerts that Rage would ever do (until 2007), and what a better idea than to film them and release them to the public. If anyone didn't understand the message that they were trying to send with their music, after watching this DVD, they will understand it very clearly. These guys weren't just there to make catchy music and earn some money, they wanted to get a message across, and this footage (especially the Democratic Convention concert) conveys their message perfectly.Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesRage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRage Against the Machine The Battle of Mexico City (DVD)Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumI don't agree with all the hate people give the Chili's now since Stadium Arcadium hit the shelves. Not many bands have the patience or the balls to put out a double album and when one does, it is usually not the best quality. This album though, captures everything the Chili Peppers are capable of doing. With rockers like Readymade and Storm In a Teacup, funk rock songs like Tell Me Baby and Charlie, laid back songs like She Looks To Me and If, as well as all the happy, "feel good" songs like Animal Bar, Hump De Bump, and Make You Feel Better. I love every single song on this album. I personally don't know why people like to bash on this album so much. It's great.Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest HitsRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WayRed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationRed Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex MagikRJD2 DeadringerTaking Back Sunday Where You Want To BeThis is probably my favorite TBS album. This album shows excellent progression from their debut album. Don't get me wrong, I love their debut, but for this being only their second studio release, it's very impressive. I find that the first four songs get a little overplayed, but they're still great. The last half of the record is my favorite personally. I'm going to admit that they discovered previously unmarked musical territory for themslelves with Louder Now, but this one is their best so far.The Beatles 1The only thing that kept me from giving this album a 5 was the lack of classics like "lucy in the sky" and "a day in the life" etc. I realize that this album is just a compilation of all their number 1 hits, so I'm not blaming the people who put this album together for not including these songs, I'm blaming the American public of the 1960's for not getting these songs up to number 1. But it is a great compilation and I love listening to it.The Beatles RevolverThe Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe Beatles Magical Mystery TourThe Beatles 1967 – 1970Thom Yorke The EraserThom Yorke didn't dissapoint with this solo album. It has a lot of electronic beats and all that stuff because this album is truly a solo album, he wrote everything by himself with a little help from Jonny Greenwood. The only problem I have with this album is that it only has 9 tracks, but everything else is amazing, from the cover of the album to the music, everything is excellent. Thrice The Artist In The AmbulanceThere are a lot of people who say that this isn't as good as some of the other stuff Thrice has put out because the guitars and drums follow more of a pattern and don't really do any solos or anything, but that's why I like it. Every song is damn solid. The drums create a certain beat, and keep up with it the whole song, or the whole album to be precise. The guitars and vocals also keep up with everything being created. Everything is perfectly equalized, and I don't think they could have done a better job on this album. The only thing keeping me from giving this a 5 is that I don't think it's a classic.4.0 excellent311 Enlarged to Show Detail 2311 Live311 Omaha SessionsAnberlin Never Take Friendship PersonalThis album is pretty good. Better than their first album, Blueprints for the Black Market. Most of the songs on here are indeed very catchy and very easy on the ears if you know what I mean. Good vocals are backed by excellent guitar riffs and drumming. Some of the highlights are A Day Late, Audrey Start The Revolution, Time & Confusion, and The Runaways. Good album!Anberlin CitiesArmor For Sleep What To Do When You Are DeadBand of Horses Everything All the TimeBen Folds Songs for SilvermanIt's kind of funny how I grew to know and love this album. My love for Elliott Smith's music actually got me into this album. My friend showed me "Late" and I listened to the lyrics that tell about Elliott and I was like "I have to get this song!" I ended up just going out and buying the whole album just so I could have "Late." I gave it a listen and I found that every song on the album is just as good and just as beautiful as Late is. Songs like Landed, Time, and Jesusland tend to show up on my iPod's recently played list often. This album is great.Ben Folds Rockin' The SuburbsCake Prolonging The MagicCake Comfort EagleCat Stevens Footsteps In The Dark - Greatest Hits Volume 2Circa Survive The Inuit SessionsDamien Rice 9Dashboard Confessional The Swiss Army RomanceDonavon Frankenreiter Donavon Frankenreiterdredg Live at The Fillmoredredg LeitmotifDustin Kensrue Please Come HomeEarlimart Treble & TrembleElliott Smith Roman CandleThis is probably the best debut album I've ever heard given the circumstances. While writing and recording these songs, Elliott had no intention of releasing this as an album. He had been playing in Heatmiser, and his solo work was just a little side project that nobody knew about, and Elliott wanted to keep it that way. His friend discovered a tape that he had put together and really liked it. She reccomended that he release it and try and focus on solo work, so that's what he did. He recorded all these songs on a small four-track in his house, and like I said, given the circumstances, this is probably the best debut album ever.Elliott Smith From a Basement on the HillElliott Smith has impacted so many lives and helped so many people through tough times just through his music. This album completely upholds his tradition of amazingly moving as well as catchy songs. Songs like "Memory Lane" show his more happy, jumpy side and songs like "Let's Get Lost" and "Twilight" show his more serious and intimate side. This album definitely captures who Elliott Smith is as a very respected musician.Elliott Smith Elliott SmithEmery The QuestionEmery The Weak's EndThe difference between Emery and every other emo, independent label band is that Emery has undeniable musical talent. The songwriting is purely flawless and the time signature changes and emotional, profound, eloquent lyrics blow me away every time I listen to them. This album is a perfect example of Emery at its finest, and one of the best debut albums I've ever listened to.Emery The Question Re-ReleaseFoo Fighters In Your HonorFoo Fighters Skin and BonesFoo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & GraceG. Love and Special Sauce LemonadeThis is a pretty good album. Personally, I like The Hustle better, but this is still really good. I would recommend this album to any fan of his that doesn't already have it. He has some really good songs including Rainbow, which features Jack Johnson, and Hot Cookin'. G. Love and Special Sauce The HustleGoldfinger Open Your EyesHoobastank HoobastankIncubus Fungus AmongusIncubus Enjoy IncubusIncubus The Morning View Sessions (DVD)Incubus Light GrenadesAt first, I thought that this album wasn't too good. But after I listened to it a few more times I realized that it actually is very good. It was hard for me to accept this new music as part of the wonderful Incubus music that I'm used to, but now I think it's awesome. I wasn't to pleased with the Earth To Bella's and Quicksand, but everything else was pretty good. The only other complaint that I have is I think that A Kiss To Send Us Off is a little overproduced, but it's a good album overall.Iron & Wine Woman KingJack Johnson Brushfire FairytalesJack Johnson In Between DreamsJack's Mannequin Everything In TransitJenny Lewis with the Watson Twins Rabbit Fur CoatJoseph Arthur Redemption's SonJoseph Arthur Come To Where I'm FromJurassic 5 Quality ControlJurassic 5 Power in NumbersJurassic 5 FeedbackLess Than Jake AnthemMae Destination: B-SidesMae SingularityMatisyahu YouthMatt Costa Songs We SingMichael Andrews Donnie DarkoMinus the Bear They Make Beer Commercials Like ThisMinus the Bear Planet of IceModest Mouse Good News For People Who Love Bad NewsModest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even SankMoros Eros I Saw The Devil Last Night and Now The SMy Morning Jacket It Still MovesMy Morning Jacket Chocolate and IcePatrick Park Lonliness Knows My NamePepper No ShamePepper In With The OldPepper Kona TownPinback Nautical AntiquesPinback Autumn of the SeraphsPompeii AssemblyPompeii is a pretty unique band. I had a hard time trying to place them into a distinct genre. They switch their style up a lot during their songs and I love how they use cello. Normally, the only time you hear cello in a song is when they band has a string arrangement on one of their songs, but very rarely is there an actual band member that just plays cello. I like this album, it's legit.Radiohead My Iron LungRadiohead I Might Be Wrong: Live RecordingsRadiohead COM LAG (2plus2isfive)Radiohead Go to SleepRadiohead Airbag/How Am I Driving?Rage Against the Machine RenegadesRage Against the Machine Live & RareRage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine (DVD)RJD2 The Third HandRufio MCMLXXXVRufus Wainwright Release The StarsSurprisingly, I really like this album. I never saw myself enjoying this style of music, but Wainwright has broken that wall in my musical taste. With lots of unusual instrumentation and a sort of broadway musical feel, Release The Stars will get you tapping your foot even if you hate the music it contains. Ryan Adams HeartbreakerRyan adams has made me appreciate country music. Heartbreaker is a very solid album with some amazing tracks. To Be Young, Damn Sam, and My Winding Wheel are some of my favorite songs on here. He is also, in my opinion, one of the more talented musicians of the 21st century. I don't know how many albums he has released in seven years since this one came out, but I know that it's an unusually large amount. This album is one of my favorites as well.Saosin SaosinI think that this album is great, but I think that Saosin will never be the same without Anthony Green. That's nothing against Cove Reber because a lot of bands would be better with Anthony Green. He's just a great singer, one of the best of the 21st century. I think that they should have changed their name when they changed singers. That would be like taking the lead singer from Soundgarden and putting him in Zach De La Rocha's place and not changing the name from RATM to Audioslave, OK not quite that extreme, but still the same thing.Saosin Translating the NameSomething Corporate NorthSpoon Ga Ga Ga Ga GaSpoon Gimme FictionSpoon Kill The MoonlightTaking Back Sunday Tell All Your FriendsTaking Back Sunday Louder NowThe Ataris So Long, AstoriaThe Beatles Abbey RoadI think that with this album, you either love it or you hate it. For me, I'll love it one day, and the next day I'll be like "get this out of here." I don't know. There are some REALLY good songs on this album, I'm not going to deny that, and I like how a lot of the songs mesh together to create one big song, but some of the songs like "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" and "Sun King" just drag on too much.The Beatles Rubber SoulThe Dear Hunter Act II: The Meaning of...The Dear Hunter Act I: The Lake South, the River NorthThe Higher HistrionicsThe Higher On FireThe Postal Service Give UpThe Postal Service Such Great HeightsThe Receiving End of Sirens Between the Heart and the SynapseThe Roots Game TheoryThe Roots The Tipping PointThe Roots PhrenologyThe Shins Wincing the Night AwayThe Used The UsedI love this album. I picked up the second one and I was very disappointed. Every song on this album is so sincere and so meaningful, they weren't trying to impress anyone with this album, they were just making music that was meaningful to them. That's what I like about this one. Plus, they're from the same city that I live in, that makes them cool no matter what in my book.The Used Maybe MemoriesThird Eye Blind BlueThird Eye Blind Third Eye BlindThrice The Illusion Of SafetyThrice If We Could Only See Us NowUnderoath They're Only Chasing SafetyUnwritten Law Here's to the MourningUnwritten Law Music In High PlacesUnwritten Law ElvaUnwritten Law Unwritten LawWeezer The Blue AlbumWeezer The Green Album3.5 great311 Live In New Orleans EP311 Enlarged to Show DetailETSD is a good documentary given the circumstances. This band had never made a film about themselves when they made this, and they were still on the rise after the release of the blue album in 1995. This album has some highlights like the live songs, especially Chad Sexton's drum solo during Applied Science. The interviews with the band members are also pretty interesting, but there are some parts on this film that get pretty boring and they seem to drag on for too long. For instance, the parts where it shows them smoking weed for like 15 minutes (maybe not that long, but still) and the interviews with the sound crew and management. This is pretty funny though and it's a good film to watch when you're stuck inside and you're bored.311 HydroponicAnberlin Blueprints For The Black MarketArmor For Sleep Dream To Make BelieveChiodos All's Well That Ends WellThis album is very good. The Craig is a very talented vocalist and even if you don't like his high pitched vocal style, you can't say that he isn't talented unless you can reach those high notes. I really used to dislike this band and I somehow grew to love them, that seems to be the case for a lot of people. The guitars are amazing as well as the drumming and most of the songs are very interesting and unpredictable. I give this album a four.Damien Rice B-SidesDonavon Frankenreiter Move By YourselfFoo Fighters One By OneFuneral for a Friend HoursIamb I'll Stay WaitingIncubus When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 2 (DVD)Jack Johnson Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for Curious GeorgeJohn Legend Get LiftedLetter Kills The BridgeMae The EverglowMillencolin Pennybridge PioneersNew Found Glory New Found GloryNew Found Glory Sticks and StonesP.O.D. SatelliteRadiohead The BendsThis album is really good, but it doesn't come close to the albums they would release after this one. There are a lot of really good songs on here, but there are some that I don't really like. Street Spirit, Planet Telex and Bulletproof I Wish I Was are my favorite songs off this album. Even though there are a lot of good songs, a lot of them get boring and they aren't very unique compared to what was being released at this time. Good album, deserves a 3.5, maybe a 4 at most.Radiohead Pablo HoneyRed Hot Chili Peppers The Best OfRefused The Shape of Punk to ComeRJD2 The HorrorRJD2 Since We Last SpokeI like this album, but it's definitely not as good as Deadringer. There are a few highlights like "1976" and "Since We Last Spoke" but a lot of it doesn't really jump out at me like his previous work has. It's good for a fun listen every once in a while, but nothing better than that.RJD2 Magnificent City InstrumentalsThis album is actually really good. I don't think it's as good as Deadringer. Some of the beats on this album are really catchy. One complaint that I had though, was that most of the songs are too repetitive. Other than that, this is a good album. Really good music to chill to.Rufio Perhaps, I Suppose...Saosin SaosinSpitalfield Remember Right NowSugar Ray Sugar RaySum 41 All Killer No FillerThe Beatles Help!The Higher Star Is DeadThe Mighty Mighty Bosstones Let's Face ItThird Eye Blind Out Of The VeinThrice VheissuWeezer Make Believe3.0 goodAFI Black Sails in the SunsetAFI The Art of DrowningAFI All Hallow's EPI thought that this was a pretty good EP. I saw it in the used section of my record store for like 2 bucks so I thought "why not pick it up?" It was pretty good. Totalimmortal and The Boy Who Destroyed The World are great. Minus the Bear Interpretaciones Del OsoMotion City Soundtrack I Am the MovieRed Hot Chili Peppers One Hot MinuteI don't really like this album as much as the other stuff from these guys. There are only a few songs that catch my attention and the rest are just boring. Aeroplane is one that I love and that's saying something negative about the album when they only song you really like is the single. Yeah, this album isn't too good.Sugar Ray 14:59Zebrahead MFZB2.5 averageAFI Shut Your Mouth and Open Your EyesBright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital UrnFoo Fighters Foo FightersName Taken Hold OnI give this album a 2.5 because they are an average emo punk band. While some of the songs are pretty catchy, they can get old after a while. Another thing that made me want to throw up is that in the song "Panic," they actually say "panic at the disco" and those four words make me want to cause destruction.2.0 poorAFI DecemberundergroundFall Out Boy From Under The Cork TreeThe Used In Love and DeathHave you ever stopped liking a band simply because you don't agree with what they represent? That's how I am with The Used. They really let their fame go to their head with this album. They are from the same town that I'm from (Orem, Ut) and now they just disrespect Utah every chance they get. If I was to hit it big with music or whatever else, even if I hated Utah I would still give my props to it just because that's where I grew up. Plus, the music on here is plain, below average, and just annoying. Brandon Steineckert is one of my favorite drummers and I'm glad he was able to get out of that band.1.5 very poorGreen Day American IdiotI'll give some good reasons why this album ruined my opinion on Green Day and I'll never pick up another Green Day album in my life. This album sold them out completely. Whatever fans they had before this album are most likely gone now. You can't have every song on the album be a single. And when I think of American Idiot and people that acutally like it, I want to throw up, amongst other things that I'm not going to tell about.
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