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5.0 classic
Dispatch Bang Bang
Bang Bang was Dispatch's best collaboration of rock, folk, reggae, and jam. The album ranges from fast, catchy songs like Bats in the Belfry and Railways to the slower, mellow tunes such as the title track, Bang Bang, and Two Coins. The General, a classic song which made the band popular is the key to this album's success. The album flows so well, and finishes strong with Outloud. Bang Bang highlights the three members' different talents on their respective instruments and will not fail to amaze all who listen.
Jeff Buckley Grace
There is no facet of this album which stands out as perfect. Unlike any other album I have ever listened to, Grace is perfect in every aspect. That's right. There is not one flaw in this album. Jeff Buckley produces something I like to call 'thinking' music. The lyrics give one something to ponder, while the music leaves much to your own interpretation. The mood swings from lust to hope to loss to death. This album opens your eyes and lets you know there really is a God. And there just as well is a devil.
John Butler Trio Grand National
From the second I started listening to Grand National, until the end of the final track, Gonna Take It, I was in a state of euphoria. It is very hard to top an album like Sunrise Over Sea, but the John Butler Trio has done nothing short of blowing it out of the water. Each track on Grand National gives off a different feeling, some of loving [Funky Tonight], some of sorrow [Caroline], some of politics [Gov' Did Nothin'] and many many more. The catchy choruses of Daniella, Used to Get High, and Gonna Take It are essential to Grand National's success. Losing You features some of the greatest guitar playing I've heard in a long time. Grand National is a great album for new John Butler Trio listeners and an fundamental part of long-time fans.
John Mayer Continuum
Over time, as all things do, Continuum grew on me until I loved it. I craved it. I listened to it every day. I memorized and sang along to every word, every guitar lick and every little shift in the music was essential to my listening pleasure. Mayer plays the blues the way he could never play pop, and his guitar skills match perfectly with his voice. There is no weak spot on this album; Mayer's lyrics are lush and driving, and his solos are nothing short of fantastic. Even his Jimi Hendrix cover is eccentric and exceptional. Seriously, buy this, burn this, steal this...just find some way to get this album.
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
"So, so you think you can tell? Heaven from Hell? Blues skies from pain?" It's not just the fact that Pink Floyd offers the best psychedelic musicianship, the perfectly mystical guitar solos, the whimsical keyboards, and the overall celestial appearance of the songs; it's the fact that I have been drooling over Wish You Were Here for 15 years now and it still has not lost any credibility as one of the best records ever. Even 30 years after the album was recorded, the crowd still sings every word to Wish You Were Here at the reunion concerts. Taking progressive to an entirely new level, Pink Floyd have generated an album in which each song molds into the next, and the opening is brought right back at the finale with the Shine On You Crazy Diamond series. The title track will live on forever as one of the greatest songs to be recorded, and all five songs are nothing short of perfect. This is the final full collaboration between Roger Waters and David Gilmour, and it is a classic one at that.
Sublime 40 Oz. to Freedom
40 Oz. to Freedom, Sublime's first full-length album, is a great combination of rock, reggae, ska, and punk. Some may complain due to the horrible mixing done at some points, or even because of the low quality of some of the songs. However, neither the quality or mixing takes away from the pure musical talent of Sublime. From Bradley's whining guitars to Bud's crazy beats, 40 Oz. to Freedom is a solid album. Although the album contains many standout tracks like Smoke Two Joints, Badfish, and 40 Oz. to Freedom, the best part of the album is the fact that most of the least-known songs are just as strong as the more famous tracks. Sublime had the recipe for success and with 40 Oz. to Freedom, they sure have cooked something tasty.
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
While this is not my favorite Beatles album, nor is it their musically best, there is no doubt that Sgt. Pepper's was the album that changed music history forever. The variety of genres and the complexity with which they were interchanged is remarkable. Lennon and McCartney's vocal harmonies and lyrical exchange were the pinnacle of their songwriting abilities. Sgt. Pepper's was the first album ever to print the lyrics for all the songs inside the package. Now, we consider ourselves ripped off if the lyrics are bolding sitting in front of us. The title tracks are exquisite openers and closers and all the music in between is darn near flawless. If you have never heard this album before (first off, is that even possible?), it is your duty as a music fan to find this album. Sgt. Pepper's even contains possibly the greatest song ever written, A Day in the Life.
The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die
Ready to Die is and was what hip-hop should be. Hands down the best work of Mr. Christopher Wallace, the black Frank White, Biggie Smalls, the Notorious B.I.G. Though I caught onto hip-hop long after the release of this album, the beats here are classic, memorable, and timeless. And the rhymes? Well, it is clear that no one's got flow like Big Poppa. And I doubt anyone ever will. Modern day hip-hop can't touch the unmistakable lines that are contained in each and every track. One final comment: Gimme the Loot is just downright unfuckingbelievable.

4.5 superb
Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde
Bob Dylan The Essential Bob Dylan
Bob Marley and The Wailers Uprising
Bob Marley and The Wailers Live!
Bob Marley and The Wailers Legend
Honestly, you can't go wrong with Bob Marley. Whether you have never heard his music before, or whether you groove with him every day, there is just something about him that makes you feel good. Legend is pure euphoria and graced with Marley's biggest hits. Every song here provides a nice, easy listen. This is music anyone can relate to.
Bob Marley and The Wailers Exodus
Camel Mirage
Chadwick Stokes Simmerkane II
Cream Disraeli Gears
Dave Matthews Band Before These Crowded Streets
Dave Matthews Band Live in Chicago
Dispatch Gut the Van
Dispatch All Points Bulletin
Over 100,000 fans gather around a small makeshift stage set up in the Hatch Shell in the local Boston area. Traffic is set to a stand-still, roads are completely blocked off by fans, and the reverb of Dispatch's farewell concert resounds throughout the city. This would be the biggest concert for any indie band to date, and who are the men behind all this madness? Just three Bostonian jammers, Braddigan, Chetro, and Pete. The band that started as three college friends playing guitar with one another has morphed into the largely celebrated Dispatch, and All Points Bulletin superbly marks the end of the band's career. Classic songs like The General, Bats in the Belfry, Two Coins, Elias, and Bang Bang are performed to perfection, often with the addition of saxophones, horns, pianos, and bongos. The band offers an array of different music. Guitar solos are brought to the spotlight by Pete Francis, African tribal tunes are sought out by Braddigan, and reggae jams are put forth by Chetro; all melding into the spotlight of the band's final concert...and the crowd is singing along with every minute.
Dr. Dre The Chronic
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Eric Clapton Me and Mr. Johnson
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes
George Harrison All Things Must Pass
Jack Johnson On and On
Jack Johnson Sleep Through the Static
As 2008 approached, I was impatiently awaiting the release of Sleep Through the Static. The hype had completely twisted my mind. I had thoughts that this would be a dark, brooding, and completely electric album. Yet on February 8, when I ran out to pick this album up, I was confused, but still satisfied. Sleep Through the Static is the very same Jack Johnson we've known all this time. Sure, there is a little electricity in his guitars, and maybe even a hint of sorrow in his voice, but this is not the big change everyone was waiting for, and that's probably a good thing. Jack's crooning voice works perfectly on the standout tracks, What You Thought You Need and Go On. The title track has a collaboration of some of the best lyrics I've heard in my life. The opener, All At Once, may be the 'darkest' song on the album, and I use the term 'darkest' lightly. Losing Keys is a beautiful ending to this superb album. Fear not Jack Johnson fans, he has suceeded once again doing what he does best. And if Jack doesn't fit your style, maybe you can at least appreciate his message.
John Butler Trio Sunrise Over Sea
John Mayer Where the Light Is
John Mayer delivers. Seriously, the guitar work and vocal harmonies in Where the Light Is are to die for. Mayer expertly reworks covers like Free Falling and the ever-popular I Don't Need No Doctor. His live gems, Wait Until Tomorrow, Who Did You Think I Was, and Good Love is On the Way spark new audience interest. And, of course, classics like Slow Dancing and Gravity own the night. John Mayer feels the blues and belts out the rock in this 22-track setlist. There are almost no weak or dragging points to the entire album, save for the dragging Out of My Mind. Every track is enjoyable and worth a listen. Man, this dude can play.
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin [DVD]
Michael Franti and Spearhead Songs From The Front Porch
Michael Franti and Spearhead All Rebel Rockers
Franti turns up the amps and the atmosphere with his 2008 release, All Rebel Rockers. A call to arms, the album takes a more mainstream approach at Franti's reggae rock style. While the choruses may be unappreciated by the intellectual music listener, the verses will certainly not disappoint. There is not one weak track on the album, and the instrumentation is nothin short of harmonious. Life in the City and The Future stand out as obvious highlights. Franti oftens confides in female duos for vocal support, and the result is nice R&B blend. If Hey World (Remote Control Version) doesn't have you singing the chorus, then maybe you're just not ready to experience Michael Franti at his finest.
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton
Nas & Damian Marley Distant Relatives
Neil Young Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Nick Drake Pink Moon
NOFX The Decline
O.A.R. In Between Now And Then
O.A.R. 34th & 8th
Pink Floyd Pulse
Pink Floyd Pulse (DVD)
Pretty Lights Spilling Over Every Side
Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire
Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings
Shpongle Tales of the Inexpressible
Shpongle Are You Shpongled?
Sigur Ros ( )
Simon and Garfunkel Greatest Hits
Slightly Stoopid Closer To The Sun
There is a reason Slightly Stoopid was signed to Skunk Records by the Sublime frontman, Bradley Nowell, himself. Stoopid has reached a complete stage of euphoria with Closer to the Sun. This album features some catchy little guitar riffs and even more addictive lyrics. Reggae evidence is extremely evident in tracks like See It No Other Way (which features reggae legend Barrington Levy) and Bandelero. Open Road displays some memorable guitar work. Closer to the Sun is Stoopid's most solid release yet.
Soundtrack (Film) Across the Universe
State Radio Year of the Crow
State Radio Flag of the Shiners
Sublime Second Hand Smoke
Sublime Robbin' the Hood
Robbin' the Hood is a completely underrated album. The questionable quality and prominent joke tracks may be a turn-off for some, but when Sublime really lets loose on tracks like Pool Shark, Greatest Hits, and STP, the groovin' really gets goin.' Boss DJ is another highlight, just frontman Bradley Nowell crooning to us alone with his guitar. Humorous lyrics grace some of the other tracks and the Raleigh Soliloquys are hilarious. If you're looking for straightforward Sublime music I wouldn't go for this album, but if you've acquired the Sublime taste then definitely pick this up.
Sublime Sublime
The Beatles Love
Love is less of an album, more of an adventure. There are almost no breaks in the music in this album, just an hour and twenty minutes of straight Beatles. The album transitions from the beginning, more pop sound, through the psychadelic phase of the Beatles' music, and finally reaches the super-mega-hits like Hey Jude, a Day in the Life, and All You Need is Love. The only song that disappoints is the scrambled Gnik Nus, which is almost a waste of 50 seconds. Luckily the rest of the album is flawless and just gets better and better as it progresses. 'Love' is one of the few albums I can honestly say that, when you hear a song, you think it's amazing. Then, you hear the next song, and it's even better. The entire album improves upon itself until the climactic closing of All You Need is Love. Adding in the little sign-off by Mr. Johnny Lennon himself is just the cherry on top of the hot-fudge sundae that is LOVE.
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Doors The Doors
The Grateful Dead American Beauty
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death
The Zombies Odessey and Oracle
Weezer Weezer
Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Xavier Rudd Dark Shades of Blue

4.0 excellent
10 Ft. Ganja Plant Midnight Landing
10 Ft. Ganja Plant Bass Chalice
2Pac Greatest Hits
2Pac Me Against the World
311 311
Aesop Rock Labor Days
Amadou and Mariam Welcome to Mali
Barefoot Truth Changes In The Weather
Barrington Levy Too Experienced: The Best of Barrington Levy
Bassnectar Mesmerizing The Ultra
Bedouin Soundclash Sounding A Mosaic
Ben Harper and Relentless7 White Lies for Dark Times
Big Daddy Kane Long Live The Kane
Black Star Black Star
Blink-182 Blink-182
Blink-182 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Blink-182 Dude Ranch
Blink-182 Buddha
Blink-182 Neighborhoods
Blues Traveler Live: On the Rocks
Blues Traveler Blues Traveler
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Bob Dylan Desire
Bob Marley and The Wailers Babylon By Bus
Bob Marley and The Wailers Burnin'
Bob Marley and The Wailers Catch A Fire
Bob Marley and The Wailers Rastaman Vibration
Bob Marley and The Wailers The Wailing Wailers
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Box Car Racer Box Car Racer
Braddigan Watchfires
Cream The Very Best of Cream
Cypress Hill Black Sunday
This album really wants to make me go hit a bong. The far-out vocals and the lazy, strange beats make help Black Sunday get along. The album veers back and forth between angry raps about killing and laid-back, chill herb tracks. Don't even try and deny you don't sing along with 'I Want to get High'...
Cypress Hill Live at the Fillmore
Daft Punk Discovery
Damian Marley Mr. Marley
Nothing like Damian Marley's later work, Mr. Marley is twelve tracks of pure reggae. With huge influence (and many borrowed lyrics) from his father, Damian creates a solid debut album. The songs mostly tell stories of the poverty in Jamaica and political problems the country is undergoing. This is a must-have for reggae fans, and an interesting item for those who want to see a different side of the man who later release Welcome to Jamrock.
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds Live at Radio City
Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming
Dave Matthews Band The Gorge [CD/DVD]
Dave Matthews Band Live at Piedmont Park
Dave Matthews Band Live Trax Vol. 2
Dave Matthews Band Away From The World
Deadmau5 Random Album Title
Dispatch Dispatch EP
DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....
Easy Star All Stars Radiodread
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
Eminem Recovery
Eric Clapton 461 Ocean Boulevard
Eric Clapton Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert
Eric Clapton From The Cradle
Flight of the Conchords Flight of the Conchords
G. Love and Special Sauce Philadelphonic
G. Love and Special Sauce Superhero Brother
Green Day Warning
Hallucinogen Twisted
Immortal Technique Revolutionary Volume 2
Incubus Make Yourself
Incubus Fungus Amongus
Iron & Wine The Shepherd's Dog
J. Cole Cole World: The Sideline Story
J. Cole The Warm Up
Jack Johnson In Between Dreams
Jack Johnson En Concert
Jacob Miller Who Say Jah No Dread
Jacob Miller Reggae Greats
Jedi Mind Tricks Violent by Design
Jeff Buckley Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition)
Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow
Jimmy Cliff The Harder They Come
John Brown's Body Amplify
John Butler Trio Live at Saint-Gallen
John Butler Trio April Uprising
John Butler Trio Live at Red Rocks
Combining the old, the new, and several extended jams, it is clear that the John Butler Trio are talented musicians who know how to put on a damn good show and please a crowd.
John Lennon John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
John Lennon Imagine
John Mayer Trio Try!
Jurassic 5 Quality Control
King Crimson Red
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 1: Early Days
Lil Wayne Tha Carter III Sessions
Love Forever Changes
Ludacris Theater of the Mind
Lupe Fiasco Food & Liquor
Matisyahu Live At Stubb's
Michael Franti and Spearhead Everyone Deserves Music
moe. The Conch
Mos Def Black on Both Sides
Mr. Bungle California
Muddy Waters The Anthology, 1947 - 1972
Neil Young Live at Massey Hall 1971
Neil Young Harvest
Neil Young Rust Never Sleeps
Nirvana Nirvana
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
NOFX White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean
NOFX Wolves in Wolves Clothing
NOFX The War on Errorism
NOFX Punk in Drublic
Ol' Dirty Bastard Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version
Opeth Blackwater Park
Particle Launchpad
Pennywise Full Circle
Perpetual Groove Sweet Oblivious Antidote
Peter Tosh Legalize It
Phish Live In Brooklyn
Phish A Live One
Phish New Year's Eve 1995
Phish Billy Breathes
Phish Junta
Phish Vegas '96
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd Delicate Sound of Thunder
Portugal. The Man The Satanic Satanist
Pretty Lights Glowing in the Darkest Night
Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
Quicksilver Messenger Service Quicksilver Messenger Service
Quicksilver Messenger Service Happy Trails
R. Kelly Chocolate Factory
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt II
Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
Ray Charles Very Best of Ray Charles
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Red Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde Park
Red Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane Castle
Reel Big Fish Turn the Radio Off
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Raising Sand
Shpongle Ineffable Mysteries from Shpongleland
Skrillex Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
Slightly Stoopid Acoustic Roots: Live & Direct
Slightly Stoopid Everything You Need
Slightly Stoopid The Longest Barrel Ride
Sound Tribe Sector 9 Artifact
Soundtrack (Film) Office Space
State Radio Us Against the Crown
Us Against the Crown is a great debut album from a band with talented members an outstanding potential. Every song is enjoyable to say the least, but only a few really stick with you. State Radio transgress genrical boundaries by offering an arsenal of tracks, including the beautifually simple, barred-down acoustic Sybil I, the dark and moody Riddle in Londontown, the heavily reggae influenced Right Me Up and People to People, and of course the rockin' Camilo and Man in the Hall. Most of the tracks offer an insightful political message, especially the closing Calvado's Chopper and Rushian. Though it is easier to listen to the light-hearted Right Me Up, the real beauty in the album lies within the darker songs. Fear not, there is a little something for everyone on this album.
Stevie Ray Vaughan Texas Flood
Stevie Ray Vaughan Greatest Hits
Stevie Ray Vaughan Live at Montreux: 1982 & 1985 (DVD)
Sublime Stand By Your Van
Sublime Jah Won't Pay the Bills
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East
The Allman Brothers Band A Decade of Hits 1969-1979
The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)
The Allman Brothers Band Idlewild South
The Aquabats The Return of the Aquabats
The Aquabats Charge!!
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles Let It Be… Naked
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Chemical Brothers Dig Your Own Hole
The Disco Biscuits Senor Boombox
The Disco Biscuits The Wind At Four To Fly
The Doors The Best of The Doors
The Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
The Grateful Dead Live at the Cow Palace: New Years Eve 1976
The Grateful Dead Shakedown Street
The Grateful Dead Blues for Allah
The Grateful Dead Fillmore West 1969
The Grateful Dead Fillmore East: April 1971
The Grateful Dead Europe 72
The Rolling Stones Forty Licks
This is a great album to get into the Stones with. It's stock-full of hits, from start to finish. At least one song off of every Stones album (save Dirty Work) can be found somewhere on Forty Licks. This is an excellent introductory compilation, but for older fans it just doesn't compare. Some lesser known great tracks are included to the experienced listener's benefit, such as Wild Horses and Have You Seen Your Mother Baby? This is two and a half hours of pure raunchy Stones.
The Roots Rising Down
The Roots Things Fall Apart
The Who Who's Next
Tiesto In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza
Toots & The Maytals Funky Kingston
Trey Anastasio Shine
Umphrey's McGee Anchor Drops
Van Morrison Astral Weeks
Various Artists Halo 2 Original Soundtrack-Volume 1
Wilco Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Xavier Rudd Koonyum Sun
Xavier Rudd and Izintaba Koonyum Sun
Ziggy Marley Conscious Party

3.5 great
10 Ft. Ganja Plant Hillside Airstrip
2Pac Better Dayz
311 Soundsystem
A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory
Afrika Bambaataa and The Soulsonic Force Planet Rock
Alicia Keys The Diary of Alicia Keys
ALO Fly Between Falls
Avicii True
Avicii effectively did for EDM what Daft Punk thought they were too good to do.
Backstreet Boys Backstreet Boys
Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel
Band of Horses Infinite Arms
Barrington Levy This is Crucial Reggae
Barrington Levy Poor Man Style
Bassnectar Divergent Spectrum
Bedouin Soundclash Root Fire
Bedouin Soundclash Light the Horizon
Ben Harper Fight For Your Mind
Ben Harper Lifeline
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Blink-182 The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show
Blink-182 Flyswatter
Blues Traveler Straight On Till Morning
Blues Traveler Four
Bob Dylan The Best of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding
Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Bob Marley and The Wailers Survival
Bob Marley and The Wailers Confrontation
Bob Marley and The Wailers Kaya
Bob Marley and The Wailers Natty Dread
Bob Marley and The Wailers Rasta Revolution
Bob Marley and The Wailers African Herbsman
Bob Marley and The Wailers Soul Revolution
Brad Paisley Time Well Wasted
Bunny Wailer Blackheart Man
Burning Spear Marcus Garvey
Butthole Surfers Electriclarryland
Cee Lo Green Cee-Lo Green Is The Soul Machine
Chris Brown F.A.M.E.
Clipse Hell Hath No Fury
Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River
Cypress Hill Cypress Hill III: Temples of Boom
D12 Devil's Night
Daft Punk Homework
Damien Dempsey To Hell Or Barbados
Darude Before the Storm
Dave Matthews Band Crash
Dave Matthews Band The Central Park Concert
Dave Matthews Band Live at Luther College
Dave Matthews Band Weekend on the Rocks
Dave Matthews Band Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King
Dead Meadow Feathers
Deadmau5 It Sounds Like
Deadmau5 For Lack of a Better Name
Deadmau5 Get Scraped
Dennis Brown Love & Hate
Dewey Cox Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Diplo Revolution
Dispatch Silent Steeples
Dispatch Who Are We Living For?
Donavon Frankenreiter Move By Yourself
Dr. Dre 2001
Drake Take Care
Easy Star All Stars Dub Side of the Moon
Eric Clapton The Cream of Clapton (US)
Eric Clapton Slowhand
Explosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
Fat Freddy's Drop Based on a True Story
Filastine Dirty Bomb
Fugees The Score
G. Love and Special Sauce Lemonade
G. Love and Special Sauce Fixin to Die
G. Love and Special Sauce G. Love and Special Sauce
Girl Talk Feed the Animals
Girl Talk All Day
Gnarls Barkley St. Elsewhere
Green Day Dookie
Green Day 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours
GZA Liquid Swords
Ill Scarlett All Day With It
Immortal Technique Revolutionary Volume 1
Incubus Morning View
Incubus Light Grenades
Incubus A Crow Left of the Murder...
Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
J. Cole Friday Night Lights
Jack Johnson Brushfire Fairytales
James Morrison Songs For You, Truths For Me
Jay-Z The Black Album
Jefferson Airplane Platinum & Gold Collection
Jethro Tull Aqualung
Jimi Hendrix Experience Hendrix: The Best of Hendrix
Joe Walsh But Seriously Folks....
John Butler Trio Three
John Butler Trio John Butler
John Butler Trio Living 2001-2002
John Butler Trio One Small Step
John Mayer Room for Squares
John Mayer The Village Sessions
John Mayer Battle Studies
John Mayer Born and Raised
Jurassic 5 Feedback
Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds
K'naan Troubadour
K'naan The Dusty Foot Philosopher
Kanye West The College Dropout
KiD CuDi Man On The Moon: The End Of Day
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
Kings of Leon Because Of The Times
Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown
Lauryn Hill The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill
Led Zeppelin Early Days/Latter Days
Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 2: Latter Days
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Lil Wayne Tha Carter III
Mac Miller Best Day Ever
Marvin Gaye Marvin Gaye's Greatest Hits
Matisyahu Youth
Matisyahu Shake Off the Dust...Arise
Matisyahu Shattered EP
Matisyahu Light
Men at Work Business as Usual
MF DOOM Born Like This
Michael Franti and Spearhead Stay Human
Mishka One Tree
Mishka Mishka
moe. No Doy
Mos Def The Ecstatic
Muddy Waters The Best of Muddy Waters (Chess)
Nas Illmatic
Neil Young Greatest Hits
Neil Young After the Gold Rush
Neil Young Harvest Moon
Neil Young Live Rust
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Nickel Creek Why Should the Fire Die?
Nirvana Nevermind
NOFX 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough
NOFX Pump Up the Valuum
NOFX So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes
NOFX I Heard They Suck Live!!
O.A.R. The Wanderer
One Day As A Lion One Day As A Lion
Opal Happy Nightmare Baby
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pepper Kona Town
Pepper In With The Old
Pepper Pink Crustaceans and Good Vibrations
Peter Tosh Mama Africa
Peter Tosh No Nuclear War
Phish Round Room
Phish Live Phish 11
Phish Live Phish 08
Pink Floyd The Division Bell
Pink Floyd Echoes
Pink Floyd The Final Cut
Pink Floyd Meddle
Portugal. The Man The Majestic Majesty
Portugal. The Man Waiter: ''You Vultures!''
Pretty Lights Making Up A Changing Mind
Prince The Very Best of Prince
R. Kelly Love Letter
Rage Against the Machine Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium
Ratatat Classics
Ray Charles Ray Original Soundtrack
Rebelution Courage to Grow
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Rhombus Bass Player
Rush 2112
Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost
Shwayze Shwayze
Sister Hazel Live Live
Skrillex My Name Is Skrillex
Sound Tribe Sector 9 Peaceblaster
Soundtrack (Film) Team America: World Police
State Radio The Barn Sessions
State Radio Let It Go
Steel Pulse Handsworth Revolution
Stephen Marley Mind Control
Stevie Ray Vaughan The Sky Is Crying
Stevie Ray Vaughan In Session
Sublime Greatest Hits
Sublime Acoustic: Bradley Nowell & Friends
Sum 41 Go Chuck Yourself
Sum 41 Does This Look Infected?
T.I. King
Talib Kweli Quality
The Aggrolites Dirty Reggae
The Allman Brothers Band Brothers and Sisters
The Allman Brothers Band The Allman Brothers Band
The Aquabats The Fury of the Aquabats!
The Band Music From Big Pink
The Beatles Revolver
The Beatles The Beatles
The Beautiful Girls Ziggurats
The Beautiful Girls We're Already Gone
The Beautiful Girls Learn Yourself
The Beautiful Girls Morning Sun
The Cat Empire The Cat Empire
The Chemical Brothers We Are The Night
The Chemical Brothers Singles 93-03
The Disco Biscuits Uncivilized Area
The Game Doctor's Advocate
The Grateful Dead The Grateful Dead
The Grateful Dead Skeletons From The Closet : The Best Of
The Grateful Dead Live/Dead
The Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel
The Grateful Dead Workingman's Dead
The Hippos Heads Are Gonna Roll
The Living End State Of Emergency
The Living End Modern Artillery
The Notorious B.I.G. Born Again
The Roots Do You Want More?!!!??!
The Weeknd House of Balloons
The White Buffalo The White Buffalo EP
The Who Live At Leeds (Deluxe Edition)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits
Tool Aenima
Tool 10,000 Days
Tool Salival
Transplants Transplants
Umphrey's McGee Safety In Numbers
Umphrey's McGee Live at the Murat
Various Artists (Country) Walk The Line
Widespread Panic Space Wrangler
Will Smith Big Willie Style
Xavier Rudd Solace
Xavier Rudd White Moth
Xavier Rudd Good Spirit
Xavier Rudd Live At The Grid
Xavier Rudd To Let
Yellowcard Ocean Avenue
Yellowman Zungguzungguguzungguzeng
Yellowman Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt
Ziggy Marley Love Is My Religion

3.0 good
+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating
10 Ft. Ganja Plant Presents
2Pac All Eyez on Me
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
ALO Roses & Clover
Angels and Airwaves Love
Anti-Flag For Blood and Empire
Bad Brains Build A Nation
Bad Brains Bad Brains
Band of Horses Cease to Begin
Barrington Levy Money Move
Bassnectar Cozza Frenzy
Bedouin Soundclash Street Gospels
Black Uhuru Red
Blink-182 Greatest Hits
Blink-182 Cheshire Cat
Blue King Brown Blue King Brown
Blue King Brown Stand Up
Bob Dylan Modern Times
Bob Dylan Love and Theft
Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline
Bob Marley and The Wailers Soul Revolution Part II
Bob Marley and The Wailers The Best Of The Wailers
Brad Paisley 5th Gear
Brian Eno Another Green World
Cage The Elephant Cage the Elephant
Citizen Cope Citzen Cope
Clipse Til the Casket Drops
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Creedence Clearwater Revival Chronicle, Vol. 1
Cypress Hill Cypress Hill
Daft Punk Human After All
Damian Marley Welcome To Jamrock
Damian 'Jr. Gong' Marley. The first time I heard of him I was flipping through and I see his Jamrock video on MTV. I was instantly hooked. The single is everything it needed to be. So, I went out and bought the album. It's really two-sided for me. Half the album is 4/5 material, while the other half is 2/5. Average that together, Mr. Marley gets a three. Road to Zion is absolutely perfect. Beautiful, on the other hand, is equivalent to a used tissue. It's really sticky and no one wants it. In fact, I would say the best moments on the album come when Damian samples his own father's work. Pimpa's Paradise and Move are prime examples. Overall, this is a good blend of hip-hop and rap, and a good listen for anyone.
Damian Marley Halfway Tree
Dave Matthews Some Devil
Dave Matthews Band Stand Up
Dave Matthews Band Busted Stuff
Dave Matthews Band Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95
Dave Matthews Band Listener Supported
Deadmau5 Full Circle
Deadmau5 4x4=12
Dennis Brown Visions of Dennis Brown
Dispatch Four-Day Trials
Donavon Frankenreiter Pass It Around
Drake Thank Me Later
Eminem Curtain Call: The Hits
Erykah Badu New Amerykah Pt. 1 (4th World War)
Fat Freddy's Drop Live At The Matterhorn
Fishbone The Essential Fishbone
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues
Fleet Foxes Sun Giant EP
G. Love and Special Sauce The Hustle
Girl Talk Night Ripper
GOOD Music Cruel Summer
Green Day Bullet In A Bible
Green Day American Idiot
Green Day Nimrod
Green Day Kerplunk
Hallucinogen The Lone Deranger
Howard Shore The Two Towers
Ill Scarlett EPdemic
Jacob Miller I'm Just A Dread
James Morrison Undiscovered
Jay-Z The Blueprint 3
Jay-Z American Gangster
Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne
Jeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk
Jefferson Airplane Volunteers
John Butler Trio One Way Road
John Lennon The John Lennon Collection
John Mayer Heavier Things
John Mayer Inside Wants Out
John Mayer Any Given Thursday
John Mayer The Complete 2012 Performances Collection
Jurassic 5 Power in Numbers
Kanye West Graduation
Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak
KiD CuDi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager
King Crimson Three of a Perfect Pair
Ky-Mani Marley Many More Roads
Lil Wayne Da Drought 3
For an album containing no original production, this ain't half bad. Featuring 21 tracks of pure spittin' rhymes, Da Drought 3 actually contains some quality hip-hop. However, the long tracklisting does stretch out for quite a while and can eventually become monotonous. While Lil Wayne is a master at creating clever (though many times nonsensical) hooks, some of the raps in here are just plain dumb. Nevertheless, Da Drought 3 has some real solid stuff. And of course, like every other Wayne album, listening is always better with a blunt in hand.
Lil Wayne Tha Carter II
Lil Wayne The Drought Is Over Pt. 4
Lil Wayne The Drought is Over Pt. 6: The Reincarnation
Lil Wayne No Ceilings
Linkin Park Live In Texas
Long Beach Dub Allstars Right Back
Ludacris Chicken 'N' Beer
Lupe Fiasco Enemy of The State
Lupe Fiasco Lasers
Mac Miller K.I.D.S.
Mase Welcome Back
Matisyahu No Place To Be
Matisyahu Live At Stubb's, Vol. II
Moby Play
moe. Sticks and Stones
MxPx Let It Happen
N.E.R.D. Fly Or Die
Nas Untitled
Neil Young Unplugged
Nest [FIN] Trail of the Unwary
NOFX Heavy Petting Zoo
NOFX Never Trust a Hippy
NOFX They've Actually Gotten Worse Live
Paramore All We Know Is Falling
Paul McCartney Memory Almost Full
Peter Tosh Super Hits
Phish Rift
Phish Undermind
Phish Live Phish 01
Phish Farmhouse
Phish Slip, Stitch, and Pass
Phish Joy
Pink Floyd Ummagumma
Pink Floyd A Saucerful of Secrets
Pink Floyd Is There Anybody Out There?
Pink Floyd Works
Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds
Pink Floyd Relics
Pretty Lights Passing By Behind Your Eyes
Radiohead In Rainbows
Radiohead OK Computer
Rage Against the Machine Renegades
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Rush A Farewell to Kings
Salmonella Dub Inside The Dub Plates
Sam Adams Boston's Boy
Sound Tribe Sector 9 Offered Schematics Suggesting Peace
Sound Tribe Sector 9 Ad Explorata
Sugar Ray Sugar Ray
Sum 41 Chuck
Sum 41 All Killer No Filler
Sum 41 Half Hour Of Power
T.I. Paper Trail
Talib Kweli Eardrum
Talib Kweli The Beautiful Struggle
The Aggrolites The Aggrolites
The Allman Brothers Band Eat a Peach
The Aquabats Myths, Legends and Other. . . Adventures
The Aquabats . . . Vs. the Floating Eye of Death!
The Beach Boys Surfin' U.S.A.
The Beatles 1
The Beatles Let It Be
The Beatles Help!
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
The Cat Empire Two Shoes
The Chemical Brothers Come With Us
The Decemberists Castaways and Cutouts
The Disco Biscuits Planet Anthem
The Fray How to Save a Life
The Game LAX
The Game The Documentary
The Grateful Dead The Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack
The Grateful Dead Terrapin Station
The Lonely Island Incredibad
The Lonely Island Turtleneck and Chain
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The Mars Volta Tremulant
The United States of America The United States of America
The Who My Generation
Too Rude Too Rude
Tool Lateralus
Tool Opiate
Tool Undertow
Umphrey's McGee Local Band Does O.K.
Wait What the notorious xx
Wiz Khalifa Kush & Orange Juice
Xavier Rudd Food In The Belly
Yellowcard When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes
Yellowman King Yellowman
Yellowman Mister Yellowman
Yellowman Live at Reggae Sunsplash
Young Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101
Ziggy Marley Dragonfly
ZOX Take Me Home

2.5 average
2Pac Resurrection
American Hi-Fi American Hi-Fi
Angels and Airwaves Love - Part II
Audioslave Out of Exile
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
B.o.B The Adventures Of Bobby Ray
Barefoot Truth Walk Softly...
Barrington Levy Englishman
Bassnectar Underground Communication
Black Uhuru Black Sounds Of Freedom
Brad Paisley Mud On The Tires
Burning Spear Calling Rastafari
Cas Haley Cas Haley
Childish Gambino Camp
Cypress Hill Skull and Bones
Cypress Hill Stoned Raiders
Daft Punk Tron: Legacy
Dave Matthews Band Remember Two Things
Dave Matthews Band Live at Mile High Music Festival
Donavon Frankenreiter Recycled Recipes
Drake So Far Gone
Eminem Relapse
Eminem Relapse: Refill
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes EP
G. Love and Special Sauce Yeah, It's That Easy
Good Charlotte The Young And The Hopeless
Green Day Shenanigans
Green Day International Superhits
Green Day Insomniac
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown
Hallucinogen In Dub
Incubus Enjoy Incubus
Jack Johnson Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for Curious George
Jack Johnson To the Sea
Jason Mraz Mr. A-Z
Jimmy Buffett Songs You Know By Heart
Kanye West Late Registration
KRS-One Return Of The Boom Bap
Lil Wayne Tha Carter
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Ludacris The Red Light District
Lupe Fiasco The Cool
Marvelous 3 Hey! Album
Men at Work Cargo
MGMT Oracular Spectacular
My Chemical Romance Life on the Murder Scene
My Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
Nas Greatest Hits
Nirvana Bleach
NOFX Don't Call Me White
NOFX Coaster
North Mississippi Allstars Electric Blue Watermelon
P.O.D. Satellite
Pepper No Shame
Phish The Story of the Ghost
Pink Floyd More
Pink Floyd Animals
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm With You
Rogue Wave Descended Like Vultures
Saigon The Greatest Story Never Told
Slightly Stoopid Slightly Not Stoned Enough To Eat Breakfast Yet St
The Chemical Brothers Push The Button
The Fray The Fray
The Grateful Dead Dick's Picks Volume 2
The Mars Volta Amputechture
The Notorious B.I.G. Duets: The Final Chapter
Tool 72826
Travis Barker Give The Drummer Some
Trey Songz Ready
Umphrey's McGee Mantis
Weezer Pinkerton
Weezer The Green Album
Young Jeezy The Inspiration
Younger Brother The Last Days of Gravity
I anticipated the Last Days of Gravity with high hopes. Younger Brother is full of outstanding talent and potential. Here, however, they have filled an album with, well, background music. Seriously, if you want music that blends in with the background while you are doing something else, then I guess this is an alright album. Sadly, if you want music to feel and delve into, The Last Days of Gravity falls far short. Great ideas and potential classics are lost in the abyss of mediocrity. All of the songs have a few seconds of glory, but when each track is around 9 minutes long, those moments are few and far between.
ZOX The Wait

2.0 poor
Angels and Airwaves We Don't Need to Whisper
Arcade Fire Funeral
Citizen Cope The Clarence Greewood Recordings
God how this man bores me. Bullet and a Target aside, this was a forty-minute yawn-fest. Cope's self-titled is at least a solid, mediocre release. This album just flat-out disappoints.
Cypress Hill Till Death Do Us Part
Cypress Hill IV
DangerDoom The Mouse And The Mask
Dave Matthews Band Everyday
Dave Matthews Band Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
Eminem The Eminem Show
Good Charlotte Good Charlotte
Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious
Jay-Z Kingdom Come
K'naan The Dusty Foot on the Road
Kids and Explosions Shit Computer
Lil Wayne Dedication 3
Lil Wayne I Am Not a Human Being
Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV
Matt Costa Songs We Sing
MGMT Congratulations
Mishka Above the Bones
O.A.R. Stories of a Stranger
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Reel Big Fish Greatest Hit... And More
Sum 41 Underclass Hero
T.I. No Mercy
The Grateful Dead Go to Heaven
The Grateful Dead Anthem of The Sun
The Grateful Dead One from the Vault
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Mars Volta The Bedlam in Goliath
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground & Nico
Transplants Haunted Cities
Trapt Trapt
Tyler the Creator Goblin
Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend
Young Jeezy The Recession

1.5 very poor
50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin'
50 Cent Curtis
Angels and Airwaves I-Empire
Tom Delonge's time is up. His teenage voice used to fascinate me, but now it's just annoying. How many times in I-Empire can he whine "I Love You" before it becomes unbearable? For me, the answer is once. Call to Arms is an interesting opener at least. And Secret Crowds, though it is a remake of We Don't Need to Whisper's 'The War,' is a nice break from the sappy, over-enthusiastic love ballads...Oh, and Breathe makes me physically ill.
D12 D12 World
Eminem Eminem Presents: The Re-Up
Flobots Fight with Tools
Hilary Duff Metamorphosis
Immortal Technique The 3rd World
DJ GREENLATERN! DJ GREENLANTERN! DJ GREENLANTERN! SHUT UP ALREADY. God-awful production meets unmotivated lyrics and Immortal Technique (who seems to be getting exponentially raspier with each album?) falls flat on his face. The 3rd World and Mistakes are the only tracks worth listening to. If I was DJ Greenlantern, I wouldn't be bragging so much.
John Frusciante Smile from the Streets You Hold
Long Beach Dub Allstars Wonders of the World
Love Da Capo
My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets...
N.E.R.D. Seeing Sounds
O.A.R. King
Pink Floyd A Collection of Great Dance Songs
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Slightly Stoopid Chronchitis
Sum 41 Screaming Bloody Murder
The Cat Empire So Many Nights
The Grateful Dead Built to Last
Young Jeezy 1,000 Grams

1.0 awful
50 Cent The Massacre
Big Sean Finally Famous, Volume 3: B.I.G.
Eminem Encore
Good Charlotte Good Morning Revival
Good Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and Death
Kottonmouth Kings Rolling Stoned
Lil Wayne Rebirth
Lil Wayne Sorry 4 The Wait
This should have been titled "Sorry for the Mixtape."
Lindsay Lohan A Little More Personal (Raw)
Lindsay Lohan Speak
Linkin Park Meteora
Paris Hilton Paris
The Nightwatchman One Man Revolution
Honestly, how can anyone take this guy seriously? His lyrics are flat out awful and his guitar work is monotonous and mundane. Please do not let this 'one man revolution' make another album, I beg you! After hearing One Man Revolution, I downloaded this. It was gone the next day, cast straight into my Recycle Bin. Sorry Mr. Morello, but you need to get back into Rage.
Waka Flocka Flame Salute Me Or Shoot Me 2
Waka Flocka Flame Flockaveli
Weezer Make Believe
Weezer The Red Album
Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers
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