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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicA Perfect Circle Thirteenth StepA Perfect Circle Mer de NomsThe ultimate debut album by the ultimate supergroup. This is the kind of album that, after one listen, you are hooked. With some of the darkest guitar sounds ever put to tape on a rock record, this album smashes genre's to pieces. There are only two weak links (renholder & thomas) but the rest is gold. Maynard is at his chilling best throughout and Billy Howerdel announces himself on the modern music scene as a fantastic song writer. This is as good as it gets.Alcest Souvenirs d'un autre MondeI will start by saying that this album is, without question, the best album of 2007... and perhaps the best release of the past 3 years. An album this complete has not been heard since The Arcade Fire dropped "Funeral" a couple of years back. The sounds are lush and the guitars are masterfully layered to create enchanting and blissful soundscapes. There is no stand out track/s to speak of here, as they all melt and intertwine gorgeously.
The bar has been set very high here, I hope that someone else can come close... but I wont be holding my breathe.Arcade Fire FuneralOne of the most complete albums that you will ever hear. From the start to the finish it just flows and links together, even though there are some quite diverse changes in some of the songs. An album for music lovers.At the Drive-In Relationship of CommandThis is the perfect punk/hardcore album. The energy that this album unleashes is quite surreal. Great musicianship coupled with Cedric's ability to write amazingly abstract lyrics is what basically sets this apart from anything else in this genre. This album will be the album that all other hardcore album's are compared to and measured against. Un-missable!Ben Lee Awake Is The New SleepIn my opinion this was the best album to come out in 2005. Full of heart felt singalong pop/rock this is one of the most honest albums you will ever hear. Essential.Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.Buck 65 Secret House Against The WorldA beautifully honest album, that see's Buck 65 at his very best. He doesnt stray to far from his signature sound and lyrics are as raw and meaningful as ever. Check out "kennedy killed the hat", "devil's eyes" & "corugated tin facade", they will destroy you!DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....Faker Addicted RomanticJeff Buckley GraceAn awesome album, mojo pin, grace and last goodbye will move you to tears and if they dont Iam afraid you dont have a heart. A shame we dont get to hear more from this guy but at least with his death he becomes a legend.Jeff Buckley Live in ChicagoJimmy Eat World Bleed AmericanNick Drake Pink MoonNine Inch Nails And All That Could Have BeenNine Inch Nails The FragileThis is the best double album ever made. Dark and brooding this is Trent Reznor at his most dangerous. The first disc is faultless, not a bad track here, every song melting into the next with bewildering ease. The second dicc is not as strong but there is still enough killer material here to make this an essential album for any music lover. Get it now!Red Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane CastleRyan Star Songs From The Eye Of An ElephantEverybody should get this album! Very exciting and passionate music that seems very truthful. 20 glimpses into the mind of an up and coming musical genius.Sufjan Stevens IllinoisThe crazy little fella with the crazy musical plan is back and once agin Sufjan does not disappoint. A heartfelt and deeply intelligent album is what sufjan dishes up on the second leg of his 50 states project. Sufjan shows his amazing multi instrumental skills here and when combined with his ability to pen clever lyrics and write stunning arrangements it is easy to see why he is the best young singer songwriter in the world today. He uses just about every sound imaginable on this album to create a sense of optimism that has not been surpassed. Magnificent songwriting makes this an instant indie/folk classic.The Butterfly Effect ImagoThe Gaslight Anthem The '59 SoundThe Panics Sleeps Like A CurseThis is a great Australian indie/pop release. A very dreamy album that really will let the panics make their mark on the oz music industry, I cant recommend this album enough, GET ITTool LateralusThis is my favourite album!, from the mind boggiling art work through to the bands epic sounds this album kicks ass! From the opening sounds of "the grudge" you know you are gonna be in for an epic ride here, with huge drums and subtle time changes this songs sets the tone for an unbelievable ride. A more cohesive album has never been made, with all the songs flowing into one another to make 1 huge sound. Danny Carey proves why he is the best rock drummer in the world here and Justin Chancellor sets the bar for bassists the world over with his guitar like Wal sound. Maynard is at his most dangerous best here.
This album took a least 10 listens for me to get into it and still today, 6 years later, Iam still discovering something new when I listen to it.
Take your time and get into it because it will be the rewarding musical experience of your life!Tool AenimaVarious Artists Transformers: The Movie - the OSTOpen the gateways back to 1986! This is the best soundtrack ever made! from the cheesy lyrics to the manic keyboard solo's and power drumming this cd sums up my childhood. Anybody who has seen the classic animated movie will know what Im talking about.
I would never have thought that this proggy electronic music would leave such impressions in my musical tastes!
FUCKIN AWESOME!!!4.5 superb...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Worlds Apart3 Doors Down The Better Life65daysofstatic One Time for All TimeAC/DC The Razors EdgeAFI Sing the SorrowAnberlin CitiesAnimal Collective Merriweather Post PavilionArcade Fire Neon BibleAudioslave AudioslaveB.Fleischmann Humbucking CoilA supremely simple but highly effective album of ambient electronica. The album flows beatifully from track to track, with the lush production creating huge soundscapes. The perfect album to soothe the savage beast.Bat For Lashes Fur and GoldBon Iver Bon Iver, Bon IverBurial UntrueBush The Science of ThingsExcellent album, probably the best album bush have created, includes 2 great singles in the chemicals between us and letting the cables sleep, in my opinion this is their only album with more killer than filler.Cat Power You Are FreeCat Stevens Tea for the TillermanCody ChesnuTT The Headphone MasterpieceCog Sharing SpaceColdplay A Rush of Blood to the HeadEpicure The Goodbye GirlExplosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead PlaceExplosions in the Sky Those Who Tell the Truth...Filter Title Of RecordGoo Goo Dolls Superstar Car WashGoo Goo Dolls Dizzy Up The GirlA really strong pop rock album. Starts with a great opener in "dizzy" and just gets better. Very simple song structures, but who cares, it works so well. This is their best album, my fave tracks are "name" (limited edition copies) & "black balloon".Gotye Like Drawing BloodThis was one of the great stories to come from 2006!
An independant musician finally releases an album that he has spent 2 and a half years making, in his bedroom no less, and it's release puts him on the map.
This is a great album full of samples and crazy sounds and loops, a modern day masterpiece. It has a whole mish mash of genre's here with electro dance (the only way), funk (learnalilgivinalovin) and even eastern influences in the fantastic track, "Hearts a Mess", which in my opinion was the best single release of 2006.
By the way it is pronounced "gort-e-yay".Incubus Morning ViewJens Lekman Oh You're So Silent JensJohn Butler Trio ThreeThis is an awesome roots album and probably set the bar in terms of Australian roots music. Solid grooves combined with Butlers social concious lyrics and ripping accoustic guitar make this an essential album!John Butler Trio Sunrise Over SeaThis is the perfect follow up to the ground breaking, genre smashing album "three". Butler goes a little more mainstream here hit single "zebra" but he never strays far from his signature sound. On this album he has emplyed the services of drummer Michael Barker and bassist Shannon Birchall and they lock together to form one of the hardest grooving rhythm sections in the root music scene. Great album.John Butler Trio Grand NationalI just got this and have only givin it one listen but this is one of the best albums to come out so far this year. This typically funky but it see's the band grow with some more solid arrangements, this continues John Butlers run of awesome releases.John Mellencamp The Best That I Could Do 1978-1988Kidcrash JokesKings of Leon Because Of The TimesThis is the best album to come out in 2007, it grooves like no other. The boys have obviously heightened their song writing skills as this album out shines their other 2 previous offerings. Not a weak spot on this album.Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IILo-tel Planet Of The StereosMeat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into HellMew FrengersMoby Play: The B SidesModest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad NewsThis one of the most eclectic albums that I have in my collection but surprisingly, it is also one of the most cohesive. Fantastic tracks through out with widely ranging sounds. From opener "the world at large" with it's horn parts to the pop sensibilities of lead single "float on", the soaring guitars of "ocean breathes salty", the banjo twanger of "bukowski" and the disco laden "the view", it seems that the myriad of sounds here are what defines this album. A modern day classic.Mogwai Mr. BeastMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMuse Hullabaloo (Live CD or DVD)N.W.A. Straight Outta ComptonNeutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaThe first I had heard of this mob was here on sputnik and I had high hopes when I saw the following that they have here. I really dont understand why they are so popular on this site, this album is annoying, the vocals are terrible and the guitar sounds even worse. There is very little to like about this album...
And now a month and a half later I have given this album a second chance and now I love it, it is a grower.Nine Inch Nails The Downward SpiralNine Inch Nails And All That Could've Been [DVD]Nine Inch Nails Year ZeroPatrick Wolf The Magic PositionFor me this album is a mix of Sufjan Stevens, Boy George, Arcade Fire & The Prodigy, and somehow Patrick Wolf makes this cacophony of sound work. The most eclectic but still cohesive album to come out in 2007. Breathtaking...Pearl Jam YieldPJ Harvey Uh Huh HerThis is my favourite PJ Harvey album, very subdued but still honest and truthful and still manages to keep her sultry persona intact, leaving her as the sexiest woman in rock.
Everybody should have this album!Primal Scream ScreamadelicaRed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WayRed Hot Chili Peppers Greatest HitsRed Hot Chili Peppers Off the MapRefused The Shape of Punk to ComeRise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureRyan Adams Love is HellSage Francis A Healthy DistrustSarah Blasko What the Sea Wants, the Sea Will HaveSaxon Shore The Exquisite Death of Saxon ShoreAnother excellent album by Saxon Shore, beautiful strange music for soul here. A must have!!! Reminds me alot of explosions in the sky.Say Anything In Defense of the GenreSigur Ros Takk...Sigur Ros Med sud i eyrum vid spilum endalaustSnow Patrol Eyes OpenStateless StatelessSufjan Stevens Seven SwansSun Kil Moon AprilSunny Day Real Estate DiaryThis band is an undiscovered gem for the most part, having gained little to no spotlight in the mainstream. All of the current crop of emo/punk bands owe a hell of a lot to these guys as they pioneered the emo sound. Great album.The Brian Jonestown Massacre Give It BackWow, what an album from the prolific but twisted mind of the resident crazy, Anton Newcombe. This, for me anyway, is the essential Brian Jonestown release. Anybody who is familiar with the doco "DIG" will know most of these tracks as they form a big part of the films soundtrack. There are all the quirks & psycadelia that you would expect from these 60's revivalists. Stunning & timeless album.The Cure Trilogy (DVD)The Cure DisintegrationThe Dandy Warhols Welcome To The Monkey HouseThe Gaslight Anthem Señor and the QueenThe Gaslight Anthem Sink or SwimThe Gaslight Anthem American SlangThe Music Welcome To The NorthThe National BoxerThe National High VioletThe Pax Cecilia Blessed Are The BondsThe Smashing Pumpkins Siamese DreamThe Streets A Grand Don't Come For Freetoe New SentimentalityTonic Lemon ParadeTool OpiateUNKLE Never, Never, LandVAST Visual Audio Sensory Theater4.0 excellent65daysofstatic The Destruction of Small Ideas65daysofstatic The Fall of MathAC/DC Back in BlackAesop Rock Labor DaysAir Moon SafariAlkaline Trio CrimsonAnberlin Never Take Friendship PersonalAnberlin Blueprints For The Black MarketAndrew Bird Armchair ApocryphaAndrew W.K. I Get WetArctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...Ataxia Automatic WritingAtmosphere When Life Gives You Lemons...Bad Religion No ControlBear vs. Shark Right Now You're in the Best of HandsBen Harper Live at the Hollywood BowlBen Harper Live From MarsBen Kweller On My WayBertie Blackman BlackBilly Talent Billy Talent IIBlink-182 Take Off Your Pants and JacketBlink-182 Blink-182Blonde Redhead 23Bob Dylan Blood on the TracksBob Seger Greatest HitsBoris Akuma No UtaBuck 65 This Right Here Is Buck 65Burton Wagner 21Bush Sixteen StoneCamille Le FilThis one of the craziest albums released in 2006, the album is basically based around the unbelievable vocal talents of camille, almost reminiscent of bjork. There are uptempo jazzy numbers, slow ballads and funky rhythms that you cant help but get up and dance to. Some of the most subtle yet unforgettable bass lines you are ever likely to hear. Lead single, Ta Douleur was one of the best singles released in 2006. This is one hell of a ride.Cave In AntennaClint Mansell, Kronos Quartet & Mogwai The FountainClutch Blast TyrantCog The New NormalColdplay ParachutesColdplay Live 2003Daft Punk Alive 2007Darren Hayes This Delicate Thing We've MadeDavid Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...De La Soul 3 Feet High and RisingDeath From Above 1979 You're a Woman, I'm a MachineDeftones White PonyDeftones Diamond EyesDeltron 3030 Deltron 3030Dinosaur Jr. BeyondDo Make Say Think You, You're a History in Rustdredg El CieloEels Blinking Lights & Other RevelationsElliott Smith New MoonElliott Smith XOEluvium CopiaEpicure Main StreetEverlast Whitey Ford Sings The BluesAn album I put off listening to for years because of the hype and the saturation airplay when it was first released, but I gotta say it is a damn fine album. Totally blew me away, very deep lyrically.Explosions in the Sky The RescueFair to Midland Fables From a Mayfly...Faker Be The TwilightFear Factory ObsoleteFleetwood Mac RumoursFoo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to LoseFunkadelic Maggot BrainThis is one of the best funk albums that you will ever hear! Everybody should have a listen to "maggot brain"(track 1), said track is one of the lush and chilled out pieces of music you are ever likely to hear!Gerling Bad Blood!!!Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...Gogol Bordello Super TarantaGoo Goo Dolls Let Love InGoo Goo Dolls A Boy Named GooGrand National Kicking The National HabitA very solid debut album from the london two piece, catchy songs, the singles are instant classics, they carry on where new order & the smiths left off.Green Day NimrodGZA Liquid SwordsHardcore Superstar Hardcore SuperstarHilltop Hoods The Hard RoadHilltop Hoods The CallingHopesfall Magnetic NorthHORSE the band The Mechanical HandHum You'd Prefer an AstronautIn Flames Soundtrack to Your EscapeIn Flames Come ClarityIncubus Make YourselfIron & Wine Our Endless Numbered DaysIron & Wine The Shepherd's DogJ Mascis and the Fog Free So FreeJeff Buckley Mystery White BoyJeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the DrunkJoe Satriani Crystal PlanetJoe Strummer and The Mescaleros StreetcoreJohn Butler Trio Living 2001-2002John Frusciante Shadows Collide with PeopleJose Gonzalez VeneerWhen I heard about a swedish guy on a classical guitar I didn't think this is the type of music he could produce. This is an awesome album by a stunningly talented musician. Great voice and a great classical guitar technique, great album!Joy Division SubstanceJustin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSoundsKarnivool ThemataKilling Joke Killing Joke (2003)This is a cracking hard rock album, frontman, Jaz Coleman, is at his scathing best here, passing judgement on the state of the world and it's leaders. This is passionate music from a very very under rated band.Klaxons Myths of the Near FutureKyuss Blues for the Red SunLed Zeppelin Physical GraffitiLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IIILimp Bizkit Results May VaryThere is alot of nonsense being posted about this album, first let me say I dont like fred durst, but this album has glimpses of the best work that limp bizkit has ever produced. Songs such as "down another day", "almost over", "build a bridge", "let me down", "lonely world" and "creamer" are as catchy tracks as you are ever gonna hear. This album is not a work of genius but it is certainly not a piece of shit!Love Outside Andromeda Love Outside AndromedaM.I.A. KalaMachine Head The Burning RedMahavishnu Orchestra Birds of FireMahavishnu Orchestra The Lost Trident SessionsMammal MammalMarilyn Manson The Last Tour on EarthMarilyn Manson Antichrist SuperstarMarilyn Manson Guns, God and Government (DVD)Massive Attack MezzanineMenomena MinesMetallica Garage Inc.Mew And the Glass Handed KitesMidnight Oil 20,000 Watt R.S.LMinistry Greatest FitsMinutemen Double Nickels on the DimeMoby PlayModest Mouse This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To..Mono You Are ThereMurder by Death Who Will Survive and What Will Be Left of Them?Murder by Death Good Morning, MagpieMuse AbsolutionMuse Origin of SymmetryMy Bloody Valentine LovelessMy Chemical Romance The Black ParadeNelly Furtado LooseNightingale White DarknessNine Inch Nails Pretty Hate MachineOceansize EffloresceOperator Please Yes Yes VindictiveOur Lady Peace Spiritual MachinesOzzy Osbourne Black RainP.O.D. SatellitePanda Bear Person PitchParamore Riot!Patrick Wolf Wind in the WiresPearl Jam Live On Two LegsPelican The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon...Pinback Summer in AbaddonPink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPink Floyd AnimalsPixies Best of Pixies: Wave of MutilationPixies DoolittlePixies Surfer RosaPlacebo Sleeping With GhostsPlacebo Soulmates Never Die: Live in Paris 2003Portrait DiscographyPowderfinger Odyssey Number FivePrince Purple RainQueens of the Stone Age Songs for the DeafQueens of the Stone Age Rated RRadiohead Kid ARadiohead OK ComputerRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineRaine Maida The Hunters LullabyRed Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumRed Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex MagikRed Sparowes Every Red Heart Shines Toward The Red...Red Sparowes At The Soundless DawnRyan Adams DemolitionRyan Star Dark HorseThis album is basically a collection of the performances done by Ryan Star on the reality TV show "Rockstar: Supernova". As viewers are aware the contestants were given choices of covers to perform every week and these are the songs Star decided to have a go at.
Standout tracks include his cover of REM's losing my religion and his original track back of your car.Sage Francis Human The Death DanceSam Amidon All is WellSarah Blasko As Day Follows NightSavage Garden Savage GardenBack in 1997 these guys were pop royalty & in my opinion rightfully so. This is a fantastic pop album, as good as it gets, for me anyway. There is hardly a weak track here, the stand out being the first single, "I want you". This group disbanded after only a couple of albums, again in my opinion a good thing (meaning I never had enough time to turn on them!). Summing up this is an awesome pop album by Australia's best pop exports.
Fantastic!!!Saxon Shore Four Months of DarknessThis is a really good album, really solid instrumental grooves, the title track is the stand out on here.Saxon Shore Be a Bright BlueAnother hypnotizing and haunting album by the great Saxon Shore, melodic and beautiful post rock at it's finest.Shihad The General ElectricSigur Ros Agaetis byrjunSigur Ros ( )Silverchair Neon BallroomSilverchair Freak ShowSilversun Pickups CarnavasSinch SinchSinead O'Connor I Do Not Want What I Haven't GotSixx:A.M. Heroin Diaries SoundtrackSlipknot SlipknotSmog A River Ain't Too Much Too LoveSomething With Numbers Perfect DistractionSoundtrack (Film) Pulp FictionSoundtrack (Film) Stranger Than FictionSpoon Kill The MoonlightStage StageStrung Out Blackhawks Over Los AngelesSufjan Stevens A Sun CameA very diverse album, with a multitude of different sonds. It is still a very affective and moving album. This album see's Sufjan honing his skills and perfecting his folk tinged sound.Supergrass Supergrass Is Ten: Best Of Supergrass 1994 - 2004System of a Down ToxicityThe Beatles Abbey RoadThe Beautiful Girls ZigguratsThis release see's the Beautiful Girls take a giant leap forward, with a more rock orientated album. This albums borrows alot from previous genre heavyweights, The Police. This is alot heavier sounding than previous album's and has a certain punh thatb leaves you reeling and wanting for more. The bass tones are very dark and moody and the drum sounds are enormous. This is one of the best Aussie releases so far this year.The Brian Jonestown Massacre Thank God For Mental IllnessThe Brian Jonestown Massacre Their Satanic Majesties' Second RequestThe Bronx The BronxThe Corrs Forgiven, Not ForgottenThe Cure GaloreThe Decemberists The Crane WifeThe Doors The Best of The DoorsThe Grates Gravity Won't Get You HighThe Mountain Goats The Sunset TreeReally really good album, very cosistent, a lot of very catchy and instantly memorable songs here (my favourites being magpie, dance music and this year). Go and get it!The Mountain Goats We Shall All Be HealedExcellent album, this album got me into the mountain goats, this is probably john darnielle's strongest album, i highly recommend it.The Music The MusicThe National AlligatorThe Presidents of the USA The Presidents of the USAThe Rapture EchoesThe Rapture Pieces Of The People We LoveThe Red Paintings Your Tears Are Warning SignsThe Red Paintings Walls The Rolling Stones Sticky FingersThe Roots Game TheoryThis is one of my favourite hip hop releases, this is their most consistant album, with danceable tracks throughout. This is a must for anybody who is the slightest roots fan. My favourite tracks being long time & don't feel right.The Smashing Pumpkins Rotten ApplesThe Smashing Pumpkins GishThe Smashing Pumpkins Machina / The Machines of GodThe Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite SadnessThe Smashing Pumpkins ZeitgeistThe Strokes Is This ItThe Verve Urban HymnsThe Who My Generation: The Very Best Of The WhoThee Silver Mount Zion Horses in the SkyThurston Moore Trees Outside the AcademyTiger Army Music From Regions BeyondTriple J Hottest 100, Vol.5TV on the Radio Return to Cookie MountainTV on the Radio Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty BabesVampire Weekend ContraVanessa Carlton HarmoniumVAST Music For PeopleThis a very good album. Dark throughout it conjures up some lush soundscapes. Unfortunately the second half drags a bit. The first 3 tracks are total killers.Yo La Tengo I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One3.5 great(hed) p.e. Broke+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead So DividedA Wilhelm Scream Career SuicideAC/DC LiveAC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt CheapAesop Rock None Shall PassAFI Black Sails in the SunsetAgainst Me! New WaveAgua de Annique AirAlkaline Trio Good MourningAll That Remains The Fall of IdealsAndrew W.K. The WolfAngels and Airwaves We Don't Need to WhisperAngus and Julia Stone Heart Full of Wine EPAngus and Julia Stone Chocolates & CigarettesThe gorgoeus debut EP from this brother/sister duo. This is as laid back and folky as anything you are likely to hear, check out the singles "paper aeroplane" & "mango tree".Angus and Julia Stone A Book Like ThisAntony and the Johnsons I Am A Bird NowArt Of Fighting WiresAt the Drive-In This Station Is Non-OperationalAt the Drive-In VayaAvril Lavigne The Best Damn ThingBandits of the Acoustic Revolution A Call To ArmsBattles MirroredThis is one crazy, twisted and eclectic mix of an album. It contains beats, loops and contorted rhythms and combines with strange vocal parts. It is still very listenable. People will either love or hate this album, which is a great thing, for me it is a definite thumbs up.Beastie Boys To the 5 BoroughsBeastie Boys The Mix UpBeck The InformationBeck GueroBen Kweller Ben KwellerA very fun folk/pop album, Ben shows his leanings towards 60's pop here, with sounds that will remind you of the beach boys. "Penny on the Train Track" is an outstanding track.Ben Lee RipeBernard Fanning Tea & SympathyBeth Orton DaybreakerBishop Allen The Broken StringBjork PostBlack Moth Super Rainbow Dandelion GumBloc Party Silent AlarmBloc Party IntimacyBob Dylan Blonde on BlondeBob Evans Suburban SongbookBox Car Racer Box Car RacerBoyHitsCar BoyHitsCarThis album is a rare fixture in the nu metal genre, as it has heart, an experimental edge and more importantly, soul. A band that incorporates a range of different sounds, they use acoustic tinges (rebirth), thunderous beats and even eastern parts (going to india). This an adventurous and highly memorable album, from an underated band!Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music For AirportsBroken Social Scene Broken Social SceneBrother Ali The Undisputed TruthBruce Springsteen The Essential Bruce SpringsteenBruce Springsteen The RisingBuck 65 SituationBumblebeez Prince Umberto and the Sister of IllBusdriver Fear Of A Black TangentButch Walker Left of Self-CenteredCalvin Harris Ready For The WeekendCaribou AndorraCaspian The Four TreesCold War Kids Robbers and CowardsCorrosion of Conformity DeliveranceCreed WeatheredCrowded House Time On EarthCut Copy In Ghost ColoursCut Copy Bright Like Neon LoveCynic FocusDaft Punk DiscoveryDaft Punk HomeworkDamien Dempsey To Hell Or BarbadosDamien Rice 9Damien Rice ODavid Bowie Hunky DoryDeath Cab for Cutie PlansDinosaur Jr. BugDinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over MeDirty Three CinderDizzee Rascal Maths and EnglishDJ Shadow The Private PressDJ Shadow Preemptive StrikeDream Theater Train of ThoughtDysrhythmia Barriers And PassagesEdan Beauty and the BeatElbow Asleep In The BackThis is an excellent album, probably what coldplay would sound like if they had a little more heart!, a very solid album that is quite cohesive and flows very nicely.
Standout tracks include newborn, scattered black & whites and red.Emiliana Torrini Fisherman's WomanEskimo Joe Black Fingernails, Red WineEskimo Joe A Song Is A CityGood album, definite growth from their previous album, also hints to what they are capable of, their follow up "Black fingernails..." flows well from this album. My faves are "smoke", "from the sea", "Im so tired" & "dont let it fly".Everybody Else Everybody ElseA surprise packet for me, I had never heard of these guys until I read Plath's review on here a little while ago, and I must say I have been pleasantly surprised when I got my hands on a copy, this is probably one of the easiest listens you will have all year, bright, happy pop rock for the masses.Expatriate In The Midst Of ThisExplosions in the Sky How Strange, InnocenceExplosions in the Sky All of a Sudden, I Miss EveryoneThis is an awesome album. Strong throughout, you will not find a bad track. Opener "The Birth & Death Of The Day" is one of the best pieces of post rock madness you will ever hear. Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork TreeFatboy Slim You've Come a Long Way, BabyFoals Total Life ForeverFoo Fighters In Your HonorFoo Fighters One by OneFoo Fighters Everywhere But HomeFoo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & GraceFranz Ferdinand Franz FerdinandFuel SunburnGerling 4Ghostface Killah FishscaleGirl Talk Night RipperGnarls Barkley St. ElsewhereGodspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)Goo Goo Dolls GutterflowerGood Charlotte Good Morning RevivalThis album is definitly a step in the right direction for these guys. The first track I heard from this album was "keep your hands off my girl" as it was the first single and I hated it at first, but over time the song grew on me, just as the album has. Features a far more industrial & distorted sound than previous releases, I think this is worth checking out.Grand National Drink and A Quick DecisionGrinspoon New DetentionGrinspoon Pushing ButtonsGyroscope Are You Involved?Gyroscope Breed ObsessionHilltop Hoods The Hard Road RestrungThis album, as the title suggests, is basically "The Hard Road" meets the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The added orchestration is interesting at times but doesnt add a great deal to the original recordings. I wish the hoods had decided to do away with the DJ on this record, as his samples and scratchings actually detracts from everything else that is happening. My one hope for these guys is that they can evolve into a hip/hop live band because I believe they could really push what they do too the next level. Back to the album, the standout tracks are "recapturing the vibe", "the hard road" & "city of light". There are a few average tracks on here also, but I didn't like the original's either, so I guess you can't polish a turd.HMD One PursuitHORSE the band A Natural DeathHot Chip The WarningIce Cube The PredatorImogen Heap Speak For YourselfIncubus When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 2Isis In the Absence of TruthIsis PanopticonIsis OceanicJames Blackshaw The Cloud of UnknowingJane's Addiction Kettle WhistleJay-Z The Blueprint 3Jimmy Eat World ClarityJimmy Eat World Chase This LightJohn Lennon Lennon Legend Joy Division Unknown PleasuresJump 2 Light Speed Spooky FunKanye West Late RegistrationKanye West GraduationKanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted FantasyKasabian KasabianThis is an excellent debut album, clever use of electronics here, the album flows together really well, reminds me a bit of the stone roses.Kayo Dot Dowsing Anemone With Copper TongueKings of Leon Aha Shake HeartbreakKings of Leon Youth and Young ManhoodKisschasy United Paper PeopleLCD Soundsystem Sound of SilverLed Zeppelin Houses of the HolyLed Zeppelin Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IVLimp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...Linkin Park Minutes to MidnightA solid album, a definite step in the right direction, catchy pop/rock songs throughout with the same nu metal tinges. Checkout "given up", you can actually here the bassline. "Bleed it out" & "hands held high" are also highlights. This is an album in which profanity actually enhances the music.Liquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension Experiment 2Live The Distance To HereLupe Fiasco Food & LiquorLupe Fiasco The CoolLynyrd Skynyrd GoldMahavishnu Orchestra Visions of the Emerald BeyondMarilyn Manson Holy WoodMark Kozelek Rock N Roll SingerMark Kozelek Whats Next To The MoonMatchbox Twenty Yourself or Someone Like YouMattafix Sign Of A StruggleMenomena Friend And FoeMetaform Standing on the Shoulders of GiantsMetallica Master of PuppetsMF DOOM MM.. FoodMidnight Juggernauts DystopiaMissy Higgins The Sound of WhiteMogwai Happy Songs for Happy PeopleMogwai Come On Die YoungMogwai Young TeamMorrissey You Are the QuarryMudvayne The End of All Things to ComeMuse ShowbizMy Morning Jacket ZMylo Destroy Rock And RollNeil Young After the Gold RushNew Order Get ReadyNick Cave and The Bad Seeds Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of OrpheusNine Inch Nails With TeethWhile this isnt NIN best release it is still a great listen. "Hand that feeds", "all the love in the world", "everyday is exactly the same" & "only" are all great tracks, it seems Trent was always gonna be on a hiding to nothing after the release of "The Fragile" but give it a go.Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New YorkNon-Prophets HopeOasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?Operator Please Cement CementOutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love BelowOutKast StankoniaPacifier PacifierPanic! At the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat OutPapa Roach LovehatetragedyPatrick Wolf LycanthropyPaul McCartney Memory Almost FullPavement Slanted and EnchantedPearl Jam Vs.Pearl Jam TenPeeping Tom Peeping TomPelican City of EchoesPhoenix AlphabeticalPinback Nautical AntiquesPJ Harvey Stories From The City, Stories From The SeaPnau AgainPortishead DummyPowderfinger Vulture StreetPrimus AntipopPrince MusicologyPuscifer "V" Is For VaginaQueens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone AgeR.E.M. In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003Radiohead Hail to the ThiefRadiohead AmnesiacRadiohead The BendsRadiohead In RainbowsRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesRed Hot Chili Peppers Funky Monks (DVD)Red Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde ParkRed Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!? (DVD)Red Riders Replica ReplicaExcellent young Australian rock band who released their debut album in January. A very complete & mature album, with some interesting sounds. Most Aussies would have heard the first single "slide in next to me", with it's signature bass slides.Regina Spektor Soviet KitschRilo Kiley The Execution of All ThingsRise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessRufus Wainwright Release The StarsRush Rush in RioRush The Spirit of Radio: Greatest HitsRyan Adams GoldRyan Adams Easy TigerSage Francis The Known Unsoldier "Sick Of Waging War..."Sage Francis Road Tested (2003-2005)Sam Cooke Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964Serj Tankian Elect the DeadShihad Love Is The New HateSigh Hangman's HymnSigh Imaginary SonicscapeSilverchair DioramaSleater-Kinney One BeatSlipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)Their first album was the soundtrack to my angry teenage years, their second album was rubbish and their third album is a very surprising and pleasing effort. Mixing their brutal hardcore chunks with new found melodic tendancies, this is a killer album.Soilwork Stabbing the DramaSoilwork Natural Born ChaosSonic Youth Rather RippedSonic Youth Daydream NationSoundtrack (Film) TransformersThis soundtrack certainly isnt as badass as the soundtrack from the original Transformers movie, from 1986, but that doesnt mean it isnt worth a listen. Linkin Park's "What I've Done" seems to suite the film well, Smashing Pumpkins "Doomsday Clock" is a classic rocker and The Used's "Pretty Handsome Awkward" does enough dirty rocking to be reminiscent of Motley Crue. The biggest disappointment on here was Mutemath's cover of the "Transformers Theme", which is sickly at very best. For me the highlight is The Goo Goo Dolls track "Before It's Too Late (Sam & Mikaela's theme)", which is beautiful piece of pop rock and stands to be one of my favourite tracks of 2007. Definitly worth a listen.Soundtrack (Film) The CrowThis album is full of classic hard rock from the early 1990's, I bought this cd only for dead souls by nine inch nails (originally done by joy division) and burn by the cure but there is some other good gear on here aswell.
Soundtrack (Film) Reservoir Dogs: Original Motion Picture SoundtrackSparta PorcelainSparta Wiretap ScarsSpoon Gimme FictionSpoon TransferenceSteve Jablonsky Transformers - The ScoreStraylight Run The Needles, The SpaceSufjan Stevens The Avalanche: Outtakes and ExtrasSufjan Stevens MichiganSum 41 Underclass HeroSum 41 ChuckSun Kil Moon Admiral Fell PromisesT. Rex Electric WarriorTegan and Sara The ConTera Melos Drugs to the Dear YouthThe Angelic Process ...And Your Blood Is Full Of HoneyThe Beatles 1The Beatles RevolverThe Bronx The Bronx (II)The Cat Empire So Many NightsThe Chemical Brothers Push The ButtonThe Chemical Brothers Singles 93-03The Chemical Brothers SurrenderThe Church StarfishThe Cure Staring at the SeaThe Dandy Warhols Thirteen Tales From Urban BohemiaThe Dissociatives The DissociativesThe Dodos VisiterThe Dust Brothers Fight Club: The Original Motion Picture This album is as quirky and intense as the movie, it is very bass heavy and compliments the movie perfectly. Obvious highlight is the single from the album "this is your life", which manages to inspire me everytime I hear it.The Flaming Lips At War With The MysticsThe Flaming Lips Transmissions From the Satellite HeartThe Go! Team Thunder, Lightning, Strike [US Reissue]The Go! Team Thunder, Lightning, StrikeThe Hives Tyrannosaurus HivesThe Infadels We Are Not the InfadelsThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric LadylandThe Killers Hot FussThe Killers Sam's TownOn first listen of this album I must say that I was very disappointed, especially when comparing it to hot fuss but now, after many more listens, I see that this is a far more complete and cohesive album than hot fuss, sure there are no catchy hits on here but that doesnt mean that sam's town is a bad album, if anything it means that all of the material here needs to be more consistent.
Hot Fuss - great catchy pop songs, but second half of album drags considerably.
Sam's Town - the catchy numbers arent here but a strong and consistant album.The Living End Modern ArtilleryThe Mark Of Cain This Is ThisThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumThe Matches DecomposerThe Offspring AmericanaThe Offspring Ixnay on the HombreThe Panics Cruel GuardsThe Presets BeamsThe Presets ApocalypsoThe Prodigy The Fat of the LandThe Rolling Stones Beggars BanquetThe Shins Chutes Too NarrowThe Smashing Pumpkins Pisces IscariotThe Smashing Pumpkins American Gothic The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild HuntThe Used Lies for the LiarsThe White Stripes ElephantThrice The Alchemy Index Vols. I & IITiger Panic Riot In The City Of GhostsTime Machine (USA-CA) Slow Your RollTomahawk Mit GasTomahawk AnonymousTool 10,000 DaysTriple J Like A Version, Vol.1UNKLE War StoriesVarious Artists The Matrix: Music From The Motion PictureVarious Artists Scream 3Various Artists Dream Brother: The Songs of Tim & Jeff BuckleyVelvet Revolver LibertadVelvet Revolver ContrabandWolf and Cub VesselsA really cool album. A number of cool tracks, with a really psychedelic rock edge to them. 2 drummers is a bit of an indulgence but it adds a bit to their sound. A great debut album!Wolfmother WolfmotherX Japan Blue BloodXavier Rudd White MothXavier Rudd Food In The BellyYeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your BonesYellowcard Paper WallsYouth Group Skeleton Jar3.0 good...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Madonna...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Source Tags & CodesA Perfect Circle aMOTIONA.C. Newman The Slow WonderAereogramme My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not GoAFI The Art of DrowningAir Talkie WalkieAlien Ant Farm ANThologyAnathema A Fine Day to ExitAndrew Bird The Mysterious Production Of EggsAngels and Airwaves I-EmpireAnimal Collective Prospect HummerAqualung Strange and BeautifulArchitecture In Helsinki In Case We DieArctic Monkeys Favourite Worst NightmareAt the Drive-In In/Casino/OutAt the Drive-In El Gran OrgoAtmosphere You Can't Imagine How Much Fun...not a bad album, probably not as good as sevens travels but still there are plenty of great tracks here so go and give it a listenAtmosphere Seven's TravelsCool album, has a real individual flavour, some shitty tracks but their are some total killers aswell. My fave is reflections but I also love 2, 14, 18 & 19.Audioslave RevelationsAuf Der Maur Auf Der MaurAugie March Moo, You Bloody ChoirBackstreet Boys MillenniumBackstreet Boys Backstreet BoysBeastie Boys Ill CommunicationBeastie Boys Licensed to IllBeck Midnite VulturesBeck Odelay!Ben Lee Breathing TornadoesBeth Orton Central ReservationBetween the Buried and Me ColorsBill Callahan Woke On A WhaleheartBilly Sheehan Cosmic TroubadourA solid album, I would mainly recommend this for rock bassists, good solid 4/4 rock album, some very memorable bass riffs, harmonics, etc..., basically all the stuff you would expect from this guyBjork HomogenicBjork DebutBjork VoltaBlack Sabbath ParanoidBlink-182 Enema of the StateBloc Party A Weekend in the CityNot as good as silent alarm but still a good listen. There are not as many catchy, tight, danceable tunes. My Favourite track being the prayer.Blue King Brown Blue King BrownBlur BlurBone Thugs-N-Harmony Strength And LoyaltyThis album sets a cracking pace early on with a number of great tracks but unfortunately it cant deliver in the second half. When the songs are fast and the lyrics are spat with intent these guys cannot be touched but as soon as things are slowed down they sound like every other urban/r'n'b flavour of the month. Still worth checking out though.Boris PinkBrian Wilson SmileBright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital UrnBright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's MorningBroken Social Scene You Forgot It In PeopleBruce Springsteen MagicBuck 65 Talkin' Honky BluesButch Walker The Rise and Fall of Butch Walker...An album of over the top glam rock, which I can only guess was written with good times & parties on Butch's mind. A fun album that should be taken for what it's worth and nothing more. This will be the soundtrack to a few drinking sessions at my place in the very near future.Circa Survive On Letting GoCircle Takes the Square As the Roots UndoCity and Colour SometimesClap Your Hands Say Yeah Clap Your Hands Say YeahClutch From Beale Street to OblivionCoheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of MadnessCold 13 Ways to Bleed On StageColdplay X & YCommon BeCornelius SensuousThis is a bizarre album by a crazy Japanese producer, but it is definitly worth a listen. Reminiscent of Daft Punk & Air electronic fans should flock to this. My favourite track is "Gum", an insane electro-rock loop that will melt your face.Cursive Happy HollowDalek Abandoned LanguageDallas Crane Factory GirlsDaniel Johnston Songs of PainDaniel Johnston Hi, How Are YouDark Tranquillity FictionDave Matthews Band CrashDavid Bowie The Man Who Sold the WorldDeath Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismDeath From Above 1979 Romance Bloody RomanceDeep Purple Machine HeadDevendra Banhart Cripple CrowDowner DownerEcho and The Bunnymen Ocean RainEditors The Back RoomEels SouljackerEels Beautiful FreakEl-P I'll Sleep When You're DeadElliott Smith From a Basement on the HillElvis Costello This Year's ModelElvis Perkins Ash WednesdayEric Clapton Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric ClaptonEvanescence The Open DoorFaithless OutrospectiveAn album that is typically eclectic, with a lot of different influences, but essentially they all lead back to faithless' electro/trance roots. A few guest appearances including a vocal part by english songstress Dido. For me "we come 1", "muhammad ali" & the unforgetable "evergreen" are the stand outs.Fall Out Boy Infinity on HighFear Factory ArchetypeFeist The ReminderFeist Let It DieFilter The AmalgamutFleetwood Mac Fleetwood MacFoo Fighters The Colour and the ShapeGary Jules Trading Snakeoil For WolfticketsThis album is not great but it is worth buying for the last two songs alone! "barstool" is a great story of an old piss head who loves whisky and loves to remember the old days and everybody would have heard his magnificent cover of "mad world".Gazpacho NightGhostface Killah The Big Doe RehabGhostlimb GhostlimbGin Blossoms DustedGodspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero KanadaGomez Liquid SkinGoo Goo Dolls Hold Me UpGood Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and DeathGorillaz GorillazGotye BoardfaceGreen Day American IdiotGrinspoon Alibis & Other LiesGroove Armada Love BoxGuns N' Roses Appetite for DestructionGym Class Heroes The Papercut ChroniclesA funked up hip hop album that has the sound of an actual band, not just samples. Pretty solid throughout, Cupid's Chokehold is the stand out track.Hanoi Rocks Another Hostile TakeoverHot Hot Heat ElevatorIncubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.Infected Mushroom Classical MushroomInterpol AnticsInterpol Turn on the Bright LightsInterpol Our Love to AdmireINXS SwitchJack Johnson On and OnJaga Jazzist The StixJaga Jazzist What We MustJane's Addiction StraysJane's Addiction Ritual De Lo HabitualJean Grae This WeekJeff Buckley The Grace EPsJens Lekman Night Falls Over KortedalaJet Shine OnJet Get BornJewel SpiritJimmy Eat World Stay on My Side TonightJoanna Newsom YsJohn Murphy 28 Days Later SoundtrackJohnny Cash American IV: The Man Comes AroundJose Gonzalez In Our NatureJustice CrossKanye West Late OrchestrationKanye West The College DropoutKasabian EmpireNot as good as the first album but there are some great individual tracks on here, shoot the runner being my favourite.Kate Nash Made of BricksKorn Follow the LeaderKorn KornKT Tunstall Eye To The TelescopeKyuss ...And the Circus Leaves TownLavender Diamond Imagine Our LoveLCD Soundsystem LCD SoundsystemLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin [DVD]Lightning Bolt Wonderful RainbowLior Autumn FlowLiquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension ExperimentLive Throwing CopperMagyar Posse Random AvengerMahavishnu Orchestra The Inner Mounting FlameMarilyn Manson Portrait of an American FamilyMark Ronson VersionMaroon 5 It Won't Be Soon Before LongMartin Grech March of the LonelyMassive Attack 100th WindowMates of State Bring it BackMaximo Park A Certain TriggerMeat Loaf Bat Out of HellMelt-Banana Bambi's DilemmaMetallica St. AngerMetallica S&MMetallica ...And Justice for AllMidlake The Trials of Van OccupantherMidnight Juggernauts Secrets Of The UniverseMiles Davis Bitches BrewMillencolin Home From HomeMinus the Bear Planet of IceModest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even SankAn album that was highly anticipated but unfortunately didnt deliver at all, very few highlights, hopefully this will grow on me over time but I wont be holding my breathe.Mogwai Rock ActionMos Def The New DangerMudvayne All Access to All ThingsMuse The ResistanceNas Hip Hop Is DeadNew Young Pony Club Fantastic PlayroomNick Cave and The Bad Seeds Murder BalladsNick Drake Bryter LayterNick Drake Five Leaves LeftNikka Costa Everybody Got Their SomethingNikola Sarcevic Lock-Sport-KrockNirvana NirvanaNirvana In UteroNirvana NevermindOperator Please On the ProwlOpeth Ghost ReveriesOrbital The AltogetherOutKast AqueminiOutKast SouthernplayalisticadillacmuzikPanjabi MC Panjabi MC: The AlbumPavement Crooked Rain, Crooked RainPeach Giving Birth To A StonePearl Jam No CodePelican March Into the SeaPete Rock Soul Survivor IIPeter Gabriel CarPharoahe Monch DesirePink Floyd Delicate Sound of ThunderPink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of ReasonPink Floyd The WallPink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of DawnPixies BossanovaPJ Harvey 4 Track DemosPlacebo MedsPlacebo Without You I'm NothingPony Up! Make Love To The Judges With Tour EyesPowderfinger InternationalistPowderfinger Double AllergicPrimus The Brown AlbumPrimus Tales from the PunchbowlPrimus Sailing the Seas of CheesePrince Planet EarthPublic Enemy Fear of a Black PlanetPublic Image Ltd Metal BoxQueens of the Stone Age Era VulgarisRadiohead Pablo HoneyRammstein MutterRammstein SehnsuchtRed Hot Chili Peppers One Hot MinuteRegina Spektor Begin To HopeRegurgitator UnitReindeer Section Son of Evil ReindeerRival Schools United By FateRob Zombie The Sinister UrgeRob Zombie Hellbilly DeluxeRobyn RobynRock Star Supernova Rock Star SupernovaRush Moving PicturesRyan Adams Cold RosesRyan Adams 29Ryan Adams HeartbreakerSage Francis Personal JournalsSage Francis Still Sick... Urine TroubleSage Francis Sick of Waiting TablesSaul Williams The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiSavage Garden AffirmationSay Anything ...Is a Real BoySevendust AnimosityShadows Fall The War WithinShai Hulud Hearts Once Nourished With Hope...Shihad ShihadSilverchair FrogstompSilverchair Young ModernSilverstein Arrivals and DeparturesSnow Patrol Final StrawSomething For Kate The Official FictionSomething For Kate EcholaliaSonic Youth Sonic NurseAn interesting album, kinda hard to get into, a few accesible moments on here, the best being the unbeatable "unmade bed".Sons And Daughters The Repulsion BoxSoulfly PrimitiveSoundgarden SuperunknownSoundtrack (Film) Spider-ManSparta ThreesSpoon Ga Ga Ga Ga GaStabbing Westward Darkest DaysStaind Break the CycleStarky StarkyStone Sour Stone SourStone Sour Come What(ever) MaySugar Ray 14:59System of a Down HypnotizeSystem of a Down MezmerizeSystem of a Down System of a DownTaking Back Sunday Louder NowTalk Talk Laughing StockTantric TantricTegan and Sara So JealousTenacious D The Pick of DestinyTenacious D Tenacious DTera Melos Split: Complex Full of PhantomsThe Beach Boys Pet SoundsThe Beautiful Girls We're Already GoneThe Clash London CallingThe Cure BloodflowersThe Dandy Warhols Odditorium or Warlords of MarsThe Decemberists PicaresqueThe Distillers Coral FangThe Dresden Dolls The Dresden DollsThe Dresden Dolls Yes, Virginia...The Drones Wait Long by the River...The End ElementaryThe Exies A Modern Way Of Living With The TruthThe Faint Wet From BirthThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink RobotsThe Get Up Kids Something to Write Home AboutThe Herd Sun Never SetsThe Hives Your New Favourite BandThe Hives Black And White AlbumThe Living End The Living EndThe Living End State Of EmergencyThe Magic Numbers The Magic NumbersThe Mars Volta AmputechtureThe Mars Volta Frances the MuteThe Microphones The Glow Pt. 2The Mountain Goats Get LonelyThe New Pornographers Twin CinemaThe Nightwatchman One Man RevolutionThe Offspring SmashThe Postal Service Give UpThe Raconteurs Broken Boy SoldiersThe Rakes Ten New MessagesThe Roots PhrenologyThe Roots Do You Want More?!!!??!The Stone Roses The Stone RosesThe Stone Roses Second ComingThe Streets Original Pirate MaterialThe Strokes First Impressions of EarthThe Used In Love and DeathThe Verve Pipe VillainsThe Vines Highly EvolvedThe White Stripes Icky ThumpThe White Stripes Get Behind Me SatanThe Zutons Who Killed The ZutonsThe Zutons Tired of Hangin' AroundThirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful LieThis Will Destroy You Young MountainThom Yorke The EraserThrice VheissuTimbaland Timbaland Presents Shock ValueTomahawk TomahawkTool SalivalTori Amos Strange Little GirlsTravis The Man WhoTravis Invisible BandTriple J Like a Version, Vol. 2Triple J Hottest 100, Vol.6Tunng Comments Of The Inner ChorusType O Negative Dead AgainVanessa Carlton Be Not NobodyVarious Artists Queen Of The Damned SoundtrackVarious Artists Tomb Raider: Original SoundtrackVex Red Start With A Strong & Persistant DesireWhite Zombie Astro Creep: 2000 -- Songs of Love, Destruction, aWu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)Xavier Rudd SolaceYeah Yeah Yeahs Fever To TellYeasayer Odd BloodYellowcard Ocean AvenueYo La Tengo I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your AssYusuf Islam An Other CupYves Klein Blue Ragged and Ecstatic2.5 average50 Cent CurtisA Perfect Circle eMOTIVeIm very unhappy to report that this one unfortunate album release. What where Maynard and the gang thinking they were going to accomplish with this album? The first blot on A perfect circle's career but it is not without its high points. "Passive" is a great song and would stand out on album while "imagine" and "what's going on" are the standout covers here. This album is really only for the older fans as Iam afraid it won't attract any new ones.AFI DecemberundergroundAgainst Me! Against Me!Alexisonfire CrisisAlien Ant Farm Up in the AtticAlien Ant Farm TruANTAmen We Have Come for Your ParentsHardcore punk thrash, nothing original here, passionate lyrics about a loathing of the man, cut your wrist music, pretty average.Animal Collective Strawberry JamAqua AquariumWow, this was one of the first albums that I ever bought I when I got it, it was all I listened too. It's hard to figure out now what I liked so much about it then but I guess that is one of the mysteries of time. A fun album, that when put in perspective isnt bad.
Dr.Jones, Dr.Jones Wake Up Now!Arcade Fire The Arcade FireArchitecture In Helsinki Fingers CrossedAudioslave Out of ExileBand of Horses Cease to BeginBayside The Walking WoundedBeck MutationsBen Harper LifelineBjork MedullaBjork VespertineBlack Sabbath ReunionBlackalicious Blazing ArrowBlindside SilenceBlonde Redhead Misery is a ButterflyBlue Oyster Cult Don't Fear The Reaper: The Best Of Blur ParklifeBoards of Canada GeogaddiBush Golden StateClutch Pure Rock FuryCoal Chamber Coal ChamberCoal Chamber Chamber MusicCoheed and Cambria In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3Courtney Love America's SweetheartCreed Human ClayDaft Punk Human After AllDangerDoom The Mouse And The MaskDave Navarro Trust No OneDeath Cab for Cutie Something About AirplanesDeftones DeftonesDeftones Around the FurDeftones AdrenalineDigitalism IdealismDIR EN GREY THE MARROW OF A BONE [LIMITED EDITION]Disturbed Ten Thousand FistsDisturbed The SicknessDream Theater Six Degrees of Inner TurbulenceDream Theater Live Scenes From New YorkEagles Of Death Metal Peace Love Death MetalEagles Of Death Metal Death By SexyEddie Vedder Into The Wild [Music For The Motion Picture]Editors An End Has A StartWhen The Editors debut album, "The Back Room", dropped in 2005, I, like a lot of other people, thought that they were a band with a lot of talent and the potential to do do some great things, "The Back Room" was a solid debut, not stunning, with enough good tracks to keep you occupied and enough to lead you suspect big things from their second release, but sadly, "An End Has A Start" doesn't deliver. It might aswell be called The Back Room Part 2, as the boys have basically picked up where they left off, the only problem is that the catchiness of the debut album isn't here and you tend to get the feeling that you have heard this all a hundred times before, but unfortunately it has been done a hundred times better.Elephant Gun AlbinoEminem The Eminem ShowEvanescence FallenFatboy Slim Halfway Between the Gutter and the StarsFeeder Echo ParkFilter Short BusFranz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much BetterGerling Children Of Telepathic ExperienceGorillaz Demon DaysGreen Day DookieGrizzly Bear Yellow HouseGroove Armada Soundboy RockHoobastank HoobastankHot Hot Heat Make Up the BreakdownIll Nino Revolution/RevolucionIncubus Light GrenadesI found this album a major disappointment after falling in love with make yourself and the untouchable morning view, this record just seemed to have to much filler. Apart from the first single Anna Molly and Dig there is very little on this album to get excited about.Jaga Jazzist A Livingroom HushJane's Addiction Jane's AddictionJimmy Eat World FuturesJimmy Eat World Static PrevailsJoanna Newsom The Milk-Eyed MenderJohn Frusciante To Record Only Water for Ten DaysKaiser Chiefs Yours Truly, Angry MobKillswitch Engage As Daylight DiesKillswitch Engage The End of HeartacheKillswitch Engage Killswitch EngageKillswitch Engage Alive or Just BreathingKorn UntouchablesKorn IssuesKorn UntitledKyuss Welcome to Sky ValleyKyuss WretchLily Allen Alright, StillLimp Bizkit Significant OtherLinkin Park MeteoraLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryLive VLive Secret SamadhiM. Ward Post-WarMachine Head SuperchargerMarilyn Manson The Golden Age of GrotesqueMarilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink MeMassive Attack Blue LinesMassive Attack ProtectionMastodon Blood MountainMatisyahu YouthMaximo Park Our Earthly PleasuresMeshuggah Catch ThirtythreeMetallica ReloadMetallica LoadMetallica MetallicaMichael Andrews Donnie DarkoMiles Davis Birth of the CoolMissy Higgins On a Clear NightModest Mouse Building Nothing Out of SomethingMonster Magnet PowertripMudvayne Lost and FoundMudvayne L.D. 50Mudvayne L(ive) D(osage) 50: Live in Peoria DVDMuscles Guns Babes LemonadeMy Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet RevengeNaked City Grand GuignolNevermore Dead Heart In A Dead WorldNick Cave and The Bad Seeds NocturamaNick Drake Family TreeNine Inch Nails Things Falling ApartNine Inch Nails Further Down The Spiral [UK]Nine Inch Nails BrokenNine Inch Nails Y34RZ3R0R3M1X3DNo Doubt Rock SteadyNOFX The War on ErrorismOur Lady Peace ClumsyOwen Pallett He Poos CloudsPapa Roach InfestPapa Roach Getting Away with MurderPhoenix UnitedPorcupine Tree DeadwingPowderfinger Dream Days At The Hotel ExistencePrince 3121Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to ParalyzeRage Against the Machine RenegadesRage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRammstein HerzeleidRancid ...And Out Come the WolvesRancid IndestructibleRed Hot Chili Peppers Mother's MilkRed Hot Chili Peppers The Uplift Mofo Party PlanRed Hot Chili Peppers Freaky StyleyRilo Kiley Under the BlacklightRob Dougan Furious AngelsRollins Band NiceRufus Wainwright Want OneRyan Adams Rock 'n' RollSepultura RootsShadows Fall The Art of BalanceTrivium get a bum rap on this site for being Metallica rip-offs but these guys are just as bad. This album stinks of early Metallica. Why cant they write a decent riff?Shinedown Us And ThemSia Colour the Small OneSoulfly SoulflySoundtrack (Film) Detroit Rock CitySoundtrack (Film) Batman ForeverSt. Vincent Marry MeStabbing Westward UngodStabbing Westward Wither Blister Burn & PeelStaind 14 Shades of GreySufjan Stevens Songs For ChristmasSunset Rubdown Random Spirit LoverSuperheist The Prize RecruitSwallow the Sun HopeThe Ataris So Long, AstoriaThe Bees Free The BeesThe Big Pink A Brief History of LoveThe Chemical Brothers We Are The NightThe Datsuns The DatsunsThe Dear Hunter Act II: The Meaning of, & All Things Regarding Ms. LeadingThe Decemberists Castaways and CutoutsThe Decemberists Her Majesty the DecemberistsThe Fall of Troy ManipulatorThe Gaslight Anthem Live at Park AvenueThe Get Up Kids The Guilt ShowThis is probably an inconsistent album but is worth getting for the two cracking tracks, "sympathy" and "never be alone".The Go! Team Proof of YouthThe Knife Silent ShoutThe Matches A Band In HopeThe Mountain Goats TallahasseeNot a bad album, a couple of choice tracks here (see america right being the best of them). Not John Darnielle's best effort but there is enough here to keep the fans interested.The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never OutgunnedThe Smashing Pumpkins AdoreThe Smashing Pumpkins Machina II - Friends and Enemies of Modern MusicThe Strokes Room on FireThe Twilight Sad Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen WintersThe Vasco Era Oh We Do Like To Be Beside The SeasideThe White Stripes White Blood CellsThe Who TommyThirty Seconds to Mars 30 Seconds to MarsThrice The Artist in the AmbulanceTool UndertowTunng This Is...Tunng: Mother's Daughter and Other SongsVan Halen Best of Volume IVarious Artists The Matrix Reloaded OSTVarious Artists The Scorpion KingVAST NUDEVAST April (Retail)Weezer MaladroitWilco Sky Blue SkyX Japan Art of LifeYellowcard Lights and Sounds2.0 poor311 From ChaosThis is an average album at best, a typical mish mash of styles on here, it is unfortunate that 311 pull none of them off with any distinction. 2 worthwhile tracks (champagne, amber) but the rest is filler.Amen AmenAsh MeltdownBlindside The Great DepressionBlindside About A Burning FireBoards of Canada Music Has the Right to ChildrenI decided to check this out after seeing how poular theya re here on sputnik but I must say that Iam very disappointed with this album. Full of boring blips and beeps, I found myself frustrated and wanting a whole lot more.Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Some Loud ThunderCoal Chamber Dark DaysConverge No HeroesCrazy Town The Gift of GameDisturbed BelieveDrowning Pool SinnerEverlast White Trash BeautifulFear Factory DigimortalFear Factory DemanufactureFuel Something Like HumanGoo Goo Dolls JedIncubus Fungus AmongusIncubus A Crow Left of the Murder...Jeff Buckley Songs To No One 1991-1992Joe Satriani Engines of CreationMachine Head The More Things Change...Monster Magnet God Says NoMr. Bungle CaliforniaNickelback Silver Side UpOpeth Blackwater ParkI got hold of this album after seeing it's popularity in this here site and I thought that the 400 odd sputnikers who voted couldnt all be wrong but after giving this a listen I must say that you all are wrong. This album is plain and quite simply boring, musically the band seem to be tight enough but they lack a certain something, the acoustic parts seem out of place whenever they are used and the bass seems far to low in the mix. Vocally I couldnt stand the performance of their singer (I dont even know his name), he is either using a soft, calm voice that I could barely hear or shouting like most other no talent death metal "vocalists". I was thoroughly annoyed by this album and very disappointed as I expected much better.Orgy Vapor TransmissionP.O.D. Fundamental Elements of SouthtownPearl Jam BinauralPlain White T's All That We NeededPorcupine Tree Fear of a Blank PlanetAnother meek album by the "nickelback" of prog, I wish I could say that I was disappointed by this album but Im not surprised by how drab it really is. The acoustic guitar parts are as tedious as ever as are the whiny vocals. The only moment of light on this album is track #3 "anesthetize", which promises greatness by still falls short. I expect this album will finish high in "best of" charts voted for by my fellow sputnikers but it fails on every level for me.Queen A Night at the OperaRed Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili PeppersRihanna Good Girl Gone BadSepultura NationSevendust AlphaSlint SpiderlandSlipknot IowaSoulfly 3Spineshank The Height of CallousnessSpineshank Strictly DieselStabbing Westward Stabbing WestwardStaind DysfunctionStatic-X MachineStone Temple Pilots Shangri-La-Dee-DaStone Temple Pilots No. 4Sufjan Stevens Enjoy Your RabbitSufjan's only experimental electronic album & the worst album in his catalogue. I was unaware that this was an electronic album so you can imagine the shock I got when I bought this and put it on expecting to hear his folk/indie stylings but instead got this electronic twanger. This takes a hell of a lot of effort to get into, which isn't usually a problem, but in this case there is no reward for all of your hard work. Sufjan should have kept this album under lock and key.The Aquabats The Fury of the Aquabats!The Cult Beyond Good and EvilThis album is pretty average, generic stadium hard rock, apart from the lead single, Rise, there is very little to get excited about here.The Darkness Permission to LandThe Good, The Bad & The Queen The Good, The Bad & The QueenThe Locust New ErectionsThe Streets The Hardest Way To Make An Easy LivingTim Armstrong A Poet's LifeTransplants TransplantsVarious Artists The Family Values Tour 1999Various Artists Dracula 2000 OSTVarious Artists ValentineVertical Horizon Everything You WantWhite Zombie Supersexy Swingin' Sounds1.5 very poor(hed) p.e. Blackout(hed) p.e. (hed)peBig Dumb Face Duke Lion Fights the Terror!!This is crazy ass album, a weird mixture of electronic, pop & death metal. This album has more in common with a ween album than a limpbizkit album, shows how eclectic Wes Borland really is.Creed My Own PrisonGnarls Barkley The Odd CoupleGodhead 2000 Years of Human ErrorGodsmack AwakeHIM Deep Shadows and Brilliant HighlightsKorn Life Is PeachyLifehouse Stanley ClimbfallMGMT CongratulationsNickelback The StateScott Walker The DriftThis album is one of the hardest albums to listen to that I have ever heard, I'm all for listening to new music and expanding musical horizons and tastes but this is the most annoying and pretentious album I have evr heard.
Its seems to be arty for the sake of being arty and this guys voice is terrible!, he sounds to me to have the same voice that the characters from south park have when they are taking the piss and putting together a montage.
No album should take this much effort to get into, I wont be spinning this one for quite a while!Sevendust SevendustTaproot GiftThe Offspring SplinterUncle Kracker Double Wide1.0 awfulArmy of Anyone Army of AnyoneCradle of Filth MidianThis is one band who had hype that I just could not understand, maybe they hit it big because of the vampire/goth gimmick, who knows, but for me the tunes dont stack up. Iam not the worlds biggest thrash/black/death metal fan but this album is very un accesable. This is a total chore to sit and listen to, and let me say that is not a good thing. Save your money or invest it elsewhere, I wish I had.
Fantomas The Director's CutFlight of the Conchords Flight of the ConchordsNile Black Seeds of VengeancePuddle of Mudd Come CleanThe Panic Channel (ONe)This album sucks as hard as anything that I have ever listened to! This is "rock" by numbers type of stuff. All this album delivers are boring rock cliches and yawns.
Not Recommended.Train Drops of JupiterThis album ranks right up there as one of the worst I have ever heard. I deeply regret parting with my $30. This is the biggest load of pretentious, whining and gut-wrenching ballads going around, absolute pop radio fodder.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!
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