Average Rating: 3.51
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Objectivity Score: 79% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicAesop Rock Labor DaysAlexisonfire Watch Out!This is Alexisonfire at their very best. On Watch Out, they hit a perfect balance between their more aggressive approach like on their self-titled debut and the more melodic and accessible sound like on later albums such as Crisis and 2009's Old Crows / Young Cardinals. This album, at least vocally, is what every good post-hardcore album should be. The interplay between George Petit's screams and Dallas Green's softer tones create a constant back and forth that sounds like a battle sometimes, but an agreement at other times. The drumming is superb, the guitars are distorted and played with attitude to fit the themes of the songs, and the bass playing, while a little lost in the mix (what else is new), is very good. Almost all of the songs on here are AOF classics. Listen to Accidents, Control, It Was Fear Of Myself That Made Me Odd [probably their greatest song to date], Hey It's Your Funeral Mama....(I've listed 4 of the first 5 tracks so far) screw this, just listen to all of it and tell me it isn't the most versatile and endearing post-hardcore record you've ever heardrAutechre Tri RepetaeAutechre Tri Repetae++Bob Dylan Blood on the TracksBon Iver For Emma, Forever AgoBrand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside MeBrian Eno Ambient 1: Music For AirportsBurial KindredColdplay Viva La VidaDan Mangan Nice, Nice, Very NiceDanny Brown OldDanny Brown is unstoppable. Immense album. Death Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismEl-P Cancer 4 CureElliott Smith Either/OrEluvium CopiaEluvium Static NocturneFrank Turner Love, Ire & SongLet's begin at the beginning: we're lovers and we're losers, we're heroes and we're pioneers, we're beggars and we're choosers.Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero KanadaThis album has to be a 5 for me. It was my very first "post-rock" experience and it hooked me on the genre as a whole. Both songs are absolutely incredible with BBF3 emerging as my favourite spoken word section (yes, beating even The Dead Flag Blues). Accessible, but unreachable, this is easily my favourite EP.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A#(Infinity) [Vinyl]Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!peace other music, it was nice knowing you! Gospel The Moon Is a Dead WorldHop Along Get DisownedWhether as a solo artist or as part of a band, Frances Quinlan can do no wrong. Jaga Jazzist What We MustWhat We Must is in a three-way tie (the other two being Kid A and Lift Your Skinny Fists) for the most stunning, beautiful, and, frankly, the best album of our modern era of music. In many ways, this is the perfect post-rock album, mainly because it isn't strictly a post-rock album. There are elements of jazz in this music which help to separate it from a genre which has become a little bit monotonous and predictable (sometimes). rEvery instrument on this record is played with palpable emotion and true talent; one almost feels as if the musicians are in the room playing live. What's more is that this band, more than most others I have ever listened to, sounds like one cohesive unit when they play. Whether that's a result of the various members' tight relationship or fantastic production doesn't really matter; the result speaks for itself. rAlso, the songs are all beautifully crafted. The first song in particular, All I Know Is Tonight, is a masterpiece of song-writing with several beautiful themes and a quite remarkable build-up. The interwoven musical passages and breath-taking use of quiet/loud juxtaposition make this song in particular (and the record in general) a truly moving musical experience. rI love everything about this album. Each time I give it a spin, the music demands my full attention. Sometimes, I might read or think about stuff while I listen to music, but not with What We Must. It is such an emotional piece of music and its subtle complexities demand the listeners' full attention.Japandroids Post-NothingJapandroids Celebration Rockrules Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted FantasyKing Crimson In the Court of the Crimson KingLa Dispute Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...La Dispute WildlifePosting a soundoff for the new La Dispute album. Feels good man.Laura Stevenson Sit ResistLaura Stevenson WheelLaura Stevenson refines her skills as a lyricist (and also starts to branch out into more interesting, less cliche lyrical topics), The Cans display drastically improved songwriting and much more musical creativity - and the overall result is an absolutely breathtaking piece of indie-rock from one of the genre's rising stars. Did that 2011 hype-train get on your nerves? If so, start running now and don't look back: this one's gonna be off the chain. CHOO CHOOOOOOOO!!! All aboard!!!Led Zeppelin Physical GraffitiLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin [DVD]Leftfield LeftismLorde Pure HeroineIf you ask me, this is perfection in pop music. Dissenting opinions be damned!!Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything To NothingManchester Orchestra I'm Like a Virgin Losing a ChildManchester Orchestra Simple MathEpic, majestic, highly personal yet easy to relate to, Simple Math is Manchester Orchestra's potential realized in full. A brilliant album from a brilliant band, and a top contender for album of the year. Minus the Bear Planet of IceI think I owe some of my intense love of this album to the circumstances under which I went through my first phase of listening to it. My love for music was growing at a rapid pace: I was exiting the "classic-rock purist" period of my life. I was hanging around with my first real "indie-kid" friend (ladys and gentlemen, jash13) and he was blowing my mind with tonnes of music recs (My Bloody Valentine, Modest Mouse, Radiohead, GY!BE, Neutral Milk Hotel to name but a few of the many essentials I was missing at the time). I was in my "get-stoned-listen-to-complete-albums" phase (who am I kidding, like I've left that). And lastly, I had just gotten the most bitchin', high-tech, expensive, noise-cancellation headphones as a Christmas present. All of these combined to form the perfect atmosphere to lisen to Minus the Bear. This album blew (and continues to blow...haha) my mind. It's catchy and pop-y in some respects, but musically diverse and intriguing. As a guitar-player who was boxed into the pentatonic mode of riffing and soloing, this album did wonders for my playing. Each time I listen to this album, I'm taken away to a better place. One where music is the wine that fills the empty cup of silence.
I love this album. And while I'm sure I've overblown it quite a bit (like I said, it may be that the circumstances made the music for me), this is a fantastic album and worthy of a full listen from anybody who is a fan of music, or for that matter, anybody alive. Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaOff Minor The Heat Death of the UniversePink Floyd Pulse (DVD)Pink Floyd The WallPink Floyd AnimalsPink Floyd Wish You Were HerePink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPokemon 2BA MastaWhy are people rating this seriously? It's a fucking Pokemon Soundtrack, give it a 1 or a 5, not a 3. Come on.Queen Greatest Hits OneThe only "Greatest Hits" album that I have ever been able to justify a 5/5 rating for. These songs are all so good and not hearing them on their respective albums seems not to take away from their awesomeness in the least. Freddie Mercury and Brian May are (were) friggin' geniuses. Also, this is a party in a can. That's right, a can. It's so compact! Get this CD. Do it.Radiohead Kid ARed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationRegina Spektor SongsRegina Spektor Live in LondonThis is how it works: you're young until you're not, you love until you don't, you try until you can't, you laugh until you cry, you cry until you laugh, and everyone must breath, until their dying breath. No, this is how it works: you peer inside yourself, you take the things you like, and try to love the things you took. And then you take that love you made, and stick it into some - someone else's heart, pumping someone else's blood. And walking arm in arm, you hope it don't get harmed. But even if it does, you'll just do it all again. -- Regina Spektor is a fucking genius, both lyrically and musically.Rise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureRun The Jewels Run The JewelsEl-P and Killer Mike are honestly probably two of the biggest badasses of all timeStars of the Lid And Their Refinement Of The DeclineStreetlight Manifesto Everything Goes NumbSunny Day Real Estate DiaryThe Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe Beatles Abbey RoadThe Dave Brubeck Quartet Time OutThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as LoveThe Mountain Goats We Shall All Be HealedThe Mountain Goats The Sunset TreeThe Mountain Goats The Coroner's Gambitbest Mountain Goats material, and one of the best albums of all time.The Mountain Goats TallahasseeThe Mountain Goats All Hail West TexasThe National High VioletPerfect in nearly every way. This is the ultimate indie album.The National BoxerThe Veils Nux VomicaThe Weakerthans Reconstruction SiteThe Weakerthans Left and LeavingThrice VheissuTrophy Scars Darkness, Oh HellTrophy Scars Never Born, Never DeadAccuse me of overhyping this, overrating it, whatever, I don't care. This fucking RULES. I'm going to rate this a 5 and I'm about half way through it. I have never done that before. Trophy Scars, why are you so mindbogglingly good? STOP BOGGLING MY MIND.4.5 superbA Wilhelm Scream Career SuicideAgalloch Ashes Against The GrainAlanis Morissette Jagged Little PillAlexisonfire AlexisonfireSWEATER!!!!!!!!!!! Alexisonfire CrisisAlexisonfire Live At Manchester AcademyAmpere All Our Tomorrows End TodayAnd So I Watch You From Afar And So I Watch You From AfarAnd So I Watch You From Afar All Hail Bright Futures2013 has arrived Andrew Jackson Jihad Knife ManAndy Stott Luxury ProblemsAni DiFranco DilateAnimal Collective Merriweather Post PavilionThis album is my first from Animal Collective and I have to say that it won't likely be my last. This is album is a refreshingly unique listen that mixes many different types of instrumentation and song structures together to produce a truly one-of-a-kind musical experience. While I can't compare this to other Animal Collective albums I can say that it is surely already one of the excellent albums of the year. Highly recommended.Arcade Fire Funeral"4.5 - Superb" Is how I would describe this album to someone if they asked me if it's any good. Maybe I should leave sputnik for a little while....Arcade Fire The SuburbsArchers of Loaf Icky MettleArchers of Loaf White Trash HeroesArmchairpolitician Seven Segment Decoderhttp://i53.tinypic.com/30ksosi.png I'm like a modern day Nostradamus (edit: oh my god fail,
I used "there" instead of "their")Arvo Part Tabula RasaAs Cities Burn Come Now SleepAutechre Exai...................................................................fuk Autechre Anvil VapreAutechre AmberBasia Bulat Heart of My OwnThis woman has an absolutely beautiful voice. You'll find yourself getting lost in each of her songs. This album is criminally under-exposed.Basia Bulat Tall Tall ShadowBauhaus In the Flat FieldBear vs. Shark Right Now You're in the Best of HandsBeefcake DreiThis is basically everything I like about electronic music in one album. I feel a 5 coming in the very near future.Big Boi Sir Lucious Left FootBig Boi proves that he is the more interesting of the two Outkast members on this record, at rleast musically. His flow is so nice, he makes it nearly impossible to pause the album. rIt's like the musical equivalent of a page-turner. I mean, I'm not crazy about this like rmost of the rest of you seem to be, but it's a really really solid album and an enjoyable rlisten for sure. Right now, it's a 3.5 but I could see this easily becoming a 4.Big Boi Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumorsthis album is so good that my Magikarp evolved Biome ShamanBNJMN Black SquareBoards of Canada Music Has the Right to ChildrenBoards of Canada GeogaddiBon Iver Bon Iver, Bon IverBonobo The North BordersBoris Boris At Last - FeedbackerBoxcutter OneiricBrand New Deja EntenduBrand New DaisyBrian Eno Another Green WorldBroken Social Scene Forgiveness Rock RecordBroken Social Scene You Forgot It In PeopleBT ImaBurial UntrueBurial Truant/Rough SleeperWhy does anyone else even bother? Burial BurialCannibal Ox The Cold VeinCap'n Jazz Shmap'n ShmazzCaptain, We're Sinking The Future Is CancelledCarissa's Wierd Songs About LeavingCity of Caterpillar City of CaterpillarClint Mansell, Kronos Quartet & Mogwai The FountainClipse Hell Hath No FuryClubroot III - MMXIIColdplay A Rush of Blood to the HeadColdplay ParachutesColdplay Live 2003Comadre Burn Your BonesCrash of Rhinos DistalCream Wheels of FireCult of Luna SalvationCymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are MountainsDaitro Laisser Vivre Les SquelettesDamien Rice ODan Mangan Oh FortuneThis man makes me proud to be from Vancouver. Top 5 of 2011, and that's saying quite a bit. I think I'm going to review this (we've heard that before...) Dan Mangan Postcards and DaydreamingDangers AngerDanny Brown XXXDavid Gilmour On An IslandThis album is fantastic. Unlike earlier David Gilmour projects, On an Island showcases the sound of a man who has finally detached himself from his legacy (namely, Pink Floyd). This album is soothing and full of emotion from the beginning to the end. In classic Floyd style, most of the tracks seem to bleed into each other making for an uninterrupted listening experience. As expected, the album centres itself around Gilmour's guitar leads, and rightly so. This guitar work on this album can only be described as extraordinary and is yet another firm argument in favour of "David Gilmour is the greatest guitar player ever" (which I would totally argue for). I hear something new each time I listen to this album. No matter what mood I'm in, On an Island always hits the spot. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best albums of this decade, or at least the best guitar album of this decade. Highly, highly recommended.Dead Prez Let's Get FreeDeerhunter Halcyon DigestDeerhunter MicrocastleDefeater Empty Days and Sleepless NightsDefeater TravelsDefeater Lost GroundDeltron 3030 Deltron 3030Demdike Stare Voices Of DustDes Ark Don't Rock the Boat, Sink the FuckerDigital Mystikz Haunted/Anti War DubDJ Madd The Real & The ShadowDJ Shadow Endtroducing.....Do Make Say Think You, You're a History in RustEl-P Fantastic DamageEl-P I'll Sleep When You're DeadElliott Smith Elliott SmithElliott Smith Roman CandleElliott Smith Figure 8Emay Adamfuck around, punch babies.......swagger of a lunch lady Eric Clapton UnpluggedFiona Apple The Idler Wheel...Flying Lotus Until the Quiet ComesFoo Fighters The Colour and the ShapeFoo Fighters Wasting LightFoo Fighters have been a great band for well over a decade now, and Wasting Light is further proof of that. However, this is more than just another passable album to get lost in their evergrowing discography. Wasting Light is surely a standout. The album is focussed and mature, but it still rocks like The Foos of old. And on that note, let it be said that it rocks hard, easily harder than anything they've done since 2002's One By One. To use an example, consider "White Limo." Grohl's vocals are nearly screams throughout and the guitar riffs are simple and dirty, yet manage to drive the song along in an effective, catchy manner. "White Limo," and the entire album in general, is an homage to the early days of The Foo Fighters, but with a new, fresh-sounding approach. All things considered, this is quite possibly their best album yet.Foo Fighters The Colour and The Shape (Expanded)Frank Turner Sleep Is For The WeekFrightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ FightFrightened Rabbit Pedestrian VerseFuzzy Lights Twin FeathersGlassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted To Know AboutGlassjaw Coloring BookGrown Ups SongsHenryk Mikolaj Gorecki Symphony No. 3, Op. 36Hey Rosetta! SeedsHidden Orchestra ArchipelagoHop Along Queen Ansleis Freshman YearIAM L' Ecole du Micro D'ArgentIgor Stravinsky Le Sacre du printempsiNTRiKeT The Woodsmake sure you turn the bass up nice and loud for this one boys and girls. your parents will tell you to turn those speakers down. tell your parents no.Jacob Groth ØrnenJimi Hendrix Band of GypsysJohn K. Samson ProvincialGrows on you like crazy. John Samson can do no wrong. John Mayer ContinuumJon Hopkins ImmunityJoni Mitchell BlueJulia Holter Loud City SongJustin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience2013's Dark Fantasy Kashiwa Daisuke Program Music IKendrick Lamar Section.80Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d cityKerouac Cold and Distant, Not LovingKillawatt Press On/TantraKiller Mike R.A.P. MusicKing Crimson RedKishi Bashi 151aKishi Bashi Room For DreamKoji Kondo Super Mario Galaxy OSTKryptic Minds NamasteKyary Pamyu Pamyu Pamyu Pamyu RevolutionLa Dispute Here, Hear. IIILa Dispute Untitled 7"La Dispute Here, Hear. IILaura Stevenson Holy Ghost!Laura Stevenson A Record + 3Laura Stevenson The RunnerIf songs like "The Fire" and "Slouch" got deemed not worthy for the upcoming LP then we're about to have another stunner of a record from Laura and her Cans on our hands. April 23rd, I'm ready.Le Pre Ou Je Suis Mort Le Pre Ou Je Suis MortLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IILed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IVLed Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 1: Early DaysLeech If We Get There One Day...Lights Out Asia Eyes Like BrontideLights Out Asia Hy-BrasilLorde The Love ClubLorde Tennis CourtLow I Could Live in HopeLow Things We Lost in the FireLow TrustM83 Hurry Up, We're DreamingMahria MahriaMassive Attack MezzanineMatthew Good Band In A Coma: 1995-2005maudlin of the Well BathMax Richter InfraMaximillian Colby DiscographyMaybeshewill Sing The Word Hope In Four-Part HarmonyMenomena MomsDefinitely better than Mines, not sure yet if I like it more or less than Friend & Foe.Menomena Friend And FoeMesa Verde The Old RoadMetallica Master of PuppetsMetric FantasiesThis has soooooooooooooooooooooo many good songs on itMew FrengersMew And the Glass Handed KitesmewithoutYou Brother, SistermewithoutYou Catch For Us The FoxesMike Oldfield Tubular BellsModest Mouse The Moon & AntarcticaModest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded WestMono Hymn To The Immortal WindMore Than Life Love Let Me GoMore Than Life Brave Enough To FailMother Mother O My HeartO My Heart, released in 2008, is the second release from the Vancouver based group Mother Mother. By combining indie-pop guitar hooks, excellent male/female vocal harmonization, and fun but sometimes evocative lyrics, O My Heart cements Mother Mother's unique sound. Mountain Man Made The HarborMouse On The Keys An Anxious ObjectMuse Origin of SymmetryMy Bloody Valentine LovelessNas IllmaticNasum ShiftNeurosis The Eye of Every StormNick Cave and The Bad Seeds Let Love InNick Drake Pink MoonOceansize EffloresceOceansize Music for NursesOff Minor Some BloodOff Minor InnominateOkkervil River Don't Fall In Love With Everyone You SeeOkkervil River Down the River of Golden DreamsOkkervil River Black Sheep BoyOld Man Markley Guts N' TeethI hate country, but love love LOVE this album. What the fuck is going on?Old Man Markley Down Side UpOneohtrix Point Never R Plus SevenOpeth Blackwater ParkOpeth Ghost ReveriesBefore hearing this album, Blackwater Park was my favourite Opeth record, but I think this tops it. Ghost Reveries is as immediately gripping in the crucial opening track as BWP is, but the huge well-executed variety of sounds on this album set it apart from other progressive metal masterpieces.
I can't describe metal very well, so I went with a sound-off and not a review. This might be a 5 with more listens.Orchid Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!Organized Konfusion Organized KonfusionOutKast ATLiensParades Foreign TapesPaul Simon GracelandPenguin Cafe Orchestra Signs of LifePg. 99 Document #8Phish A Picture of NectarPhoenix Wolfgang Amadeus PhoenixPianos Become the Teeth Old PridePianos Become the Teeth The Lack Long AfterI'm feeling a little homesick/depressed right now and the last song on this "I'll Get By" was exactly what I needed to hear. Brilliant album.Pianos Become the Teeth SaltwaterPink Floyd MeddlePink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of DawnPink Floyd PulsePortishead DummyPropagandhi Supporting CasteProtest The Hero KeziaProxima Lie Detection/BrainstemQueen A Night at the OperaQueens of the Stone Age Songs for the DeafQuicksand SlipRadiohead In RainbowsRadiohead The BendsRadiohead OK ComputerRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineRage Against the Machine Live At The Grand Olympic Auditorium (DVD)Red Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane Castle (DVD)Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex MagikRed Nightfall Red NightfallRefused The Shape of Punk to ComeRegina Spektor FarRegina Spektor sure has come a long way from that quirky, crazy stuff that she used to do on her earlier records Songs and 11:11. While some hail her new record as a "safe pop record" I see it as a change in direction, and one done quite well. While it's true that this is her most produced and "normal" album to date, it also comes off as one of her best. Spektor has quite the knack for righting interesting, forward-thinking pop songs and this album is proof of that. There is not a bad song on here and that's why this album gets high marks. This is only a dissapointment if you've been waiting for Songs version 2 (or Soviet Kitsch version 2).Regina Spektor Soviet KitschRight Away, Great Captain! The Church of the Good ThiefRise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessRosetta A Determinism of MoralitySaetia A RetrospectiveSaetia SaetiaSaintseneca LastSay Anything ...Is a Real BoySed Non Satiata Sed Non SatiataSeekae The Sound of Trees Falling on PeopleShad Flying ColoursShiina Ringo Shouso StripShotmaker / Maximillian Colby SplitHoly shit this is way to good of an emo release for 1995. How does this only have one rating?Shpongle Tales of the InexpressibleShugo Tokumaru Night PieceSigur Ros ( )Sigur Ros Ágætis ByrjunSigur Ros Heima (DVD)Six Gallery Breakthroughs in Modern ArtSlint SpiderlandSmashing Pumpkins Siamese DreamSorrow (UK) DreamstoneSouls of Mischief 93 'til InfinitySoundtrack OnceSoundtrack Katamari Damacy soundtrackSt. Vincent Strange MercyThis is so much better than Actor it's ridiculous.Stars of the Lid The Tired Sounds of Stars of the LidStars of the Lid The Ballasted OrchestraStendeck ScintillaMy reaction to hearing this album confirms one thing for sure: I'm a sucker for pretty much all IDMStrapping Young Lad CityStreetlight Manifesto Somewhere in the BetweenStreetlight Manifesto The Hands That ThieveSufjan Stevens The Age of AdzI've never listened to Sufjan before, but I had gathered that he was an indie-folky-singer/songwriter kinda guy. So that's what I was expecting, more or less, when I put on The Age of Ads.rWhat I got what the Merriwheather Post Pavilion of the year. Only better. At over 70 minutes long, the album never tires or begs you to hit the 'skip track' button. It's so layered and full of such an array of electronic wizardry and "fuck-it-all" lyricism. The album is immense; it floored me. I feel like listening to older Sufjan stuff (such as the critically acclaimed Come On Feel The Illinoise!) would only result in bitter disappointment. The Age of Adz is a strong contender for album of the year. P.S. What's with that 3.8 average rating? Silly Sputnik, go listen to Enslaved or whatever you crazy kids are digging these days. Suis La Lune HeirSystem of a Down ToxicityThe Antlers UnderseaThe Antlers HospiceThe Antlers Burst Apartlet's all listen to the stream once and then rate the album right away. seriously guys, give it some time.The Ascent of Everest How Lonely Sits the CityIf they just took the first minute and a bit of the second track and put it on repeat for 45 minutes, this would probably be a 5. The rest of the album is almost as good as that violin riff.The Avalanches Since I Left YouThe Beach Boys Pet SoundsThe Beatles Rubber SoulThe Beatles RevolverThe Beatles Let It BeThe Beatles Let It Be… Naked The Beatles 1The Cinematic Orchestra Ma FleurThe Cinematic Orchestra MotionThe Dead Texan The Dead TexanThe Dear Hunter The Color Spectrum (Complete Collection)The Dear Hunter RedThe Dear Hunter GreenThe Dear Hunter BlackThe Dear Hunter IndigoThe Dear Hunter WhiteI just watched this sweet parkour video with "Home" playing, it went so well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIF_PUSCC4cThe Decemberists The Crane WifeThe Dillinger Escape Plan Miss MachineI don't get what Grind is and I don't know when to apply 'core' to the end of the genre I'm using to describe a band whose genre I'm not sure of. So I won't give this album a genre; but I will say that it's aggressiveness and accessibility (compared at least to other DEP albums like Calculating Infinity) combine to form a sound that is ass-kicking but engaging simultaneously. Despite what suffix I may need to technically add here, this may just be my favourite metal album of all time.The Dillinger Escape Plan Option ParalysisI wish I had a smaller penis so that I could make love to my copy of Option Paralysis.The Dismemberment Plan Emergency & IWhat a horrible album cover. I was sitting here, listening to this album on iTunes for the
first time saying to myself "oh man why the hell didn't I listen to this earlier?" and then
I right-clicked and selected "Get Album Artwork" and I remembered. Seriously, my dog could
shit a better album cover than this. It's a shame because this album is so good it's scary;
it needs artwork to match.The Field Looping State of MindThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink RobotsThe Flaming Lips The Soft BulletinThe Flaming Lips Clouds Taste MetallicThe Flaming Lips The Terrorc'mon motherfuckers c'mon The Flashbulb Soundtrack to a Vacant LifeThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric LadylandThe Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You ExperiencedThe Magnetic Fields 69 Love SongsThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumThe Middle East The Recordings of the Middle EastThe Mountain Goats All Eternals DeckThe Mountain Goats Full Force GalesburgThe Mountain Goats Transcendental YouthJohn Darnielle > you The Mountain Goats Hail and Farewell, GothenburgThe Mountain Goats Satanic MessiahThe Mountain Goats Beautiful Rat SunsetThe National Sad Songs for Dirty LoversThe National AlligatorThe National Trouble Will Find MeThis is exactly the album I wanted them to make after High Violet. Trouble Will Find Me makes it five spectacular LPs in a row, and further confirms that The National is the best indie-rock band currently making music.The Pains of Being Pure at Heart The Pains of Being Pure at HeartThe Pharcyde Bizarre Ride II the PharcydeThe Rural Alberta Advantage DepartingThe Shins Oh, Inverted WorldThe State Lottery When the Night ComesThe Swell Season Once: Music From The Motion PictureThe Tallest Man on Earth Shallow GraveThe Tallest Man on Earth The Wild HuntThe Thermals The Body, The Blood, The MachineThe Veils The Runaway FoundThe War on Drugs Slave AmbientThe Weakerthans Live At Burton Cummings TheatreThe White Stripes White Blood CellsThe Who Who's NextThe Who QuadropheniaThe Widdler OriginThe Wonder Years Suburbia: I've Given You All and Now I'm NothingThe World is a Beautiful Place... FormlessnessThis Heat DeceitThrice The Artist in the AmbulanceThriftworks Hydromancyawwww yeee boi dis be muh bluebuerry JAM nigguh Thriftworks Terry - DThe title track I mean come on how is something that good? Tim Hecker Ravedeath, 1972Tortoise TNTTouche Amore/La Dispute Searching for a Pulse/The Worth of the WorldToys That Kill Fambly 42Trentemoller The Last ResortTrespassers William Different StarsTrophy Scars Hospital MusicTV on the Radio Dear ScienceTV on the Radio Nine Types of LightTV on the Radio Young Liars EPV.I.V.E.K Asteroids/Over My HeadAll three versions of this tune are equally massive (though my personal favourite is definitely Over My Head). V.I.V.E.K. has finally realized his dream in full, now having a record label of his own to go with his personalized sound system in North London. Big things are surely on the horizon for System Music, and its first official release is an absolute stunner. Absolutely essential listening for fans of dubstep.Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Allat SzuletettVerse AggressionWarpaint The FoolWaxahatchee Cerulean SaltWaxahatchee American WeekendWild Beasts Two DancersWipers Is This Real?Wire Pink FlagWu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)Yamantaka // Sonic Titan YT//STYndi Halda Enjoy Eternal BlissYo La Tengo Popular SongsYou and I The Curtain FallsYouth Pictures of Florence Henderson Small Changes We Hardly Noticebest EP of 2012 if not for Kindred 4.0 excellent(The) Slowest Runner (In All The World) We, Burning Giraffes*shels Plains Of The Purple BuffaloLugubrious like a fox. *shels Sea of the Dying Dhow...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Lost Songs2562 Fever2562 Unbalance90 Day Men To EverybodyA Bunny's Caravan Draining Puddles, Retrieving TreasuresA Place to Bury Strangers A Place to Bury StrangersA Tribe Called Quest The Low End TheoryA Winged Victory for the Sullen A Winged Victory for the SullenAesop Rock None Shall PassAesop Rock SkelethonAFI All Hallow'sAkercocke Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go...Alexisonfire Dog's BloodAlexisonfire are back baby! Most of the bs found on their latest LP seems to have been purged and what's left is vintage AOF. George's vocal tone is almost back to normal (except for 'Grey'), which is a great thing. A definite step in the right direction for Alexisonfire.American Football American FootballAmit Acid Trip/Don't Forget Your RootsAmon Amarth With Oden On Our SideAmpere Like ShadowsAmpere / Daitro SplitAnd So I Watch You From Afar The LettersAnd So I Watch You From Afar GangsAndrew Jackson Jihad Can't MaintainAndy Stott MercilessAngel Hair Pregnant With The Senior ClassAnimal Collective Centipede Hzlelelelelelelelelelele lettttttttt go Animal Collective FeelsAphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92Arcade Fire Neon BibleArcade Fire ReflektorArctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am...Arrange PlantationArrange Five Years With The SunAs Cities Burn Hell Or High WaterAsa ArcaneASAP Rocky LongLiveA$APASC Out Of SyncAsh Borer Ash BorerAt the Drive-In Relationship of CommandAt The Soundawn ShiftingAtmosphere When Life Gives You Lemons...Autechre GarbageAutechre IncunabulaAutechre UntiltedAutechre OverstepsB.B. King Live at the RegalBad Brains Bad BrainsBADBADNOTGOOD BBNGBADBADNOTGOOD BBNG2Balam Acab See BirdsBalam Acab Wander/Wonderbansheebeat Spiral Powerbansheebeat Galacticsbansheebeat Wutaiyeah this is cool and all but I heard this guy was a salad-tossing pole-smoker, 1/5Bar 9 Bar 9 In Da MixBar 9 Shaolin StyleBark Psychosis HexBasia Bulat Oh, My DarlingBaths CeruleanBeirut The Rip TideBell DiamoniteBelle and Sebastian If You're Feeling SinisterBeneficence Concrete SoulBenga Diary Of An Afro WarriorBetween The Buried And Me ColorsBetween The Buried And Me The Silent CircusBetween The Buried And Me Colors_LiveBetween The Buried And Me The Great MisdirectBilly Talent Billy Talent IIBiome Two WayBiome Propaganda/DMTBiome SpawnedBirds in Row You, Me, and the ViolenceBisk Strange Or Funny Ha-Ha?Bjork HomogenicBjork VespertineBlack Mountain Wilderness HeartYou know those friends (acquaintances) we all have that are adamant in their assertions of
"music today sucks!" and "rock is dead!"? Play them this record, from Vancouver rockers
Black Mountain, and they'll shut right up. This is great rock music that I would recommend
to probably everyone I know, even those who don't enjoy music nearly as much as I do. This
is just so easy to enjoy.Plus, I mean there's a fucking shark on the
cover. I don't know about you, but that earns immense amounts of instant respect from me.Black Star Black StarBlink-182 Blink-182Blink-182 Enema of the StateBloc Party Silent AlarmBNJMN Plastic WorldBoards of Canada Tomorrow's HarvestBob Dylan Highway 61 RevisitedBonobo Black SandsBonobo Dial 'M' For MonkeyBonobo Days To ComeBoris Heavy Rocks IIBoris PinkBoris PräparatBoston BostonBotch We Are the RomansBraid Frame & CanvasBrian Eno Small Craft on a Milk SeaBrian Eno Ambient 4: On LandBroken Bells Broken BellsBroken Bells Meyrin FieldsThis is such a great little EP. I want moar! BT This Binary UniverseBucket Full Of Teeth IVBuena Vista Social Club Buena Vista Social ClubBuilt To Spill There Is No EnemyBurial South London BoroughsBurial Ghost HardwareBurial Distant LightsBurial and Four Tet Ego/MirrorBurzum Hvis Lyset Tar OssCage Movies for the BlindCamel MirageCapacities The Unexamined LifeCapacities There Is No NeutralCaptain Murphy DualityCat Stevens Tea for the TillermanCaustic Resin The Medicine Is All GoneCave In White SilenceChelsea Wolfe ἈποκάλυψιςChristopher Arruda God Hates A CowardChromatics Kill For LoveChuck Ragan Covering GroundCity and Colour Little HellCityCop SeasonsClive Tanaka y Su Orquesta Jet Set Siempre No. 1Clogs Lullaby For SueClubroot II - MMXClubroot ClubrootCoil Horse RotorvatorColdplay X & YColdplay Prospekt's MarchColdplay LeftRightLeftRightLeftColdplay The Blue RoomColdplay Mylo XylotoCOLDPLAY MOAR LIEK COLDGAY LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL (screw you all, this rules)Combat Astronomy Flak PlanetCompany Flow Funcrusher PlusContinents. ...and silence anchored our feet in graniteConverge Jane DoeConverge Axe to FallCorrupted Garten Der UnbewusstheitCorrupted Paso InferiorCream Disraeli GearsCream Live At the Royal Albert HallCream Strange Brew: The Very Best of CreamCrippled Black Phoenix I, VigilanteThis is some wicked good post-rock with well done vocals and somewhat of a Godspeed vibe.Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young So FarCrosby, Stills, Nash and Young Deja VuCunninLynguists OneirologyCursive The Ugly OrganCymbals Eat Guitars Lenses Alienwell this is just all sorts of awesome Dads American Radass (This Is Important)Daitro YDaitro / Sed Non Satiata SplitDan Mangan RoboteeringMangan released this 5 song EP in March of 2009 as a warm-up to what would become his massively successful second LP, Nice, Nice, Very Nice. It contains three tracks which would later appear on the LP (Sold, The Indie Queens Are Waiting, and, of course, Robots) as well as Till I Fall, and Tragic Turn of Events/Move Pen Move, which is a very engaging, emotional, and unique song within Mangan's repertoire. This EP contains three of Mangan's strongest and most loved tracks, and two lesser known gems: a must-have for Dan Mangan fans.Dangers Messy, Isn't It?Daniel Bjarnason ProcessionsDanny Elfman The Nightmare Before ChristmasDark Time Sunshine VesselData Romance Other"The xx, if the xx bumped" -- perfect Daughters DaughtersDavid Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...David Gilmour Live in GdanskDeadmau5 4x4=12This is my first experience listening to house music not in a live setting. I saw Deadmau5 live and had a great time but the whole time I was thinking "I bet this shit sucks on the studio album." Yah well I was wrong, this album owns.Deadmau5 For Lack of a Better NameDeafheaven SunbatherDeath From Above 1979 You're a Woman, I'm a MachineDeathprod Morals and DogmaDela Translation LostDelta Spirit History From BelowDeltron 3030 Event IIDepartures EscapingDescendents Milo Goes to CollegeDesolate Celestial Light BeingsDinosaur Jr. BeyondDinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over MeDirty Beaches Drifters/Love Is The DevilDirty Three Toward The Low SunDisclosure SettleDiscordance Axis The Inalienable Dreamless"its like an album of Concubines (although no individual song is as good as Concubine)"
-Ali AshoorDJ Madd The Life You ChoseDJ Sprinkles Where Dancefloors Stand StillDo Make Say Think Other TruthsDr. Quandary WayfarersM8 dredg El CieloDrowning Horse Drowning HorseDub FX Everythinks A RippleDystopia Human = GarbageEasy Star All Stars Dub Side of the MoonEdge of Sanity CrimsonElliott Smith XOElliott Smith From a Basement on the HillElton John Goodbye Yellow Brick RoadElton John Greatest HitsElton John Madman Across the WaterEluvium Nightmare EndingEmay Mind Altering DynamicsEmeralds Does It Look Like I'm Here?Emerson, Lake and Palmer TrilogyEmika EmikaEmika DVAEnvy A Dead Sinking StoryEric B and Rakim Paid in FullETCH HillsEvery Time I Die New Junk AestheticEveryone Asked About You Everyone Asked About YouExplosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead PlaceFair to Midland Fables From a MayflyFair to Midland Arrows and AnchorsFang Island Fang IslandFear Before The Always Open MouthFeist The ReminderFightstar Be HumanFilm School alwaysneverfLako The MesektetFlatbush Zombies D.R.U.G.S.Fleet Foxes Fleet FoxesFleetwood Mac RumoursFloating Points ShadowsFlorence and the Machine CeremonialsFlying Lotus Los AngelesFlying Lotus CosmogrammaFlying Lotus 1983Foals Holy FireFoo Fighters In Your HonorFoo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & GraceFour Tet There is Love in YouFrank Turner Tape Deck HeartFrightened Rabbit A Frightened Rabbit EPFugazi 13 SongsFugazi The ArgumentGantz Les jours se suivent et ne se ressemblent plusGeode VieGeskia! Silent of LightGlassjaw Worship and TributeHonestly, I was not expecting to like this album very much at all. Most other albums that I have listened to based off of praise from Sputnikmusic have been dissapointing. As The Roots Undo and Jane Doe, for example, are both surely great, even excellent albums, but based on the huge amounts of hyperbolic claim they receive, I was expecting jaw-dropping amazing-ness. Pair this with the fact that this site goes apeshit for anything vaguely post-hardcore (don't get me wrong, I love post-hardcore just probably not as much as the average user here), I was skeptical.
However, this album, to oversimplify, rocks. Hard. The musicianship on several of the tracks is nothing short of genious. All parts of the album mesh together so well and in the end, it all forms one coherent sound.
At times, I am annoyed by some of the cleaner vocals, on Pink Roses for example, but the fantastic tone set by the screams more than make up for the few vocal downfalls to be found here.
The interplay between the guitars and the drums is excellent and gives the album a certain "je ne sais quoi" (to get just a little bit pompous).
All in all, this album is put together so well and resonates with such a unique, solid sound, that it is hard to dislike. Probably, this is one of the most, if not the most, mature post-hardcore album that I've ever heard.
Thank you Sputnik for revealing to me this gem of an album.Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.Gold Panda Lucky ShinerGold Panda CompanionGold Panda DJ-Kicks: Gold PandaGoodie Mob Soul FoodGorillaz GorillazGrimes VisionsGrizzly Bear ShieldsGuided By Voices Bee ThousandGustav Holst The Planets, Op. 32GZA Liquid SwordsHaim Days Are GoneHeadhunter (UK) NomadHey Ocean! It's Easier To Be Somebody ElseHop Along Queen Ansleis WretchesHouse Boat The Thorns of Life"Bug Out" is too good of an album closer. House Boat The Delaware OctopusThis is actually a 3.5 for me but it gets +.5 for having the best track names ever.How Do We Jump This High? Funny/Not FunnyHow to Dress Well Total Losshow do I even dress well what's going on here? I Hate Myself 10 SongsIce Cube AmeriKKKa's Most WantedIll Mitch Punch While Rap"I Will Win, Cannot Lose, Came to Here, Bought New Shoes"rPunch While Rap is 11 tracks of slick beats and lyrical genius from a man simply rknown as Ill Mitch. Most of the time, he's laying down brilliant lyrics like in Hey Ladies Fans: "Hey ladies fans, can we fall in love? You fit with me me me like a boxing glove" Other times, he's ranting about how in his homeland (Russia.....) raising your middle finger is not offensive but using said fingers to create a fake mustache on one's upper lip (a la Stalin) is seen as incredibly rude (from Fast and Danger, maybe the album's best track).rNo matter what it is, this album delivers pure comedic, not-to-be-taken-too-seriously, hip-hop gold. Ill Mitch is, well, ill.Into It. Over It. 52 WeeksOne of the most interesting concepts that I have ever listened to. I want to give this a 4.5 just for the pure scope and magnitude of this project, but it definitely starts to drag near the end (which is to be expected from a 52 track album, but a bit more variety would have helped). Still, this is an essential piece of listening for any fan of emo music.iNTRiKeT Shut Your Eyes/UnderneathIron & Wine Our Endless Numbered DaysIron Maiden The Number of the BeastIron Maiden Rock in RioIselia Life From Dead LimbsIsis Wavering RadiantIsis PanopticonItal Tek CyclicalJ Dilla DonutsJack Johnson On and OnJacques Greene ReadyJacques Greene On Your SideJafu No MoreJaga Jazzist One-Armed BanditHow can a band possibly hope to follow an album as hauntingly beautiful and mesmerizing as
their 2005 release What We Must? Quite frankly, anything other than a
"disappointment" would be a very pleasant surprise.
So, while One-Armed Bandit lacks some of the ingenious flow and spontaneity of their
masterpiece, the staggering musicianship and thoughtful song-crafting techniques found here
are still stunning. This is a gripping listen with constantly shifting dynamics. And while
it's true that this can certainly be a challenging listen at times, when that's the worst
you can say about it, you know you've found something exceptional; and that's what this
record, and this band, are.Jaga Jazzist A Livingroom HushJaga Jazzist The StixJames Blake KlavierwerkeJames Blake James BlakeJames Blake Enough ThunderJames Blake Overgrownso if my calculations are correct, this is the best post-post-dubstep album of 2013Janelle Monae The ArchAndroid (Suites II and III of IV)Japandroids No SinglesJawbox For Your Own Special SweetheartJeff Beck Blow by BlowJeff Buckley GraceJeff Mangum Live at Jittery Joe'sJeff Rosenstock I Look Like ShitJeromes Dream CompletedJessie Ware DevotionJethro Tull AqualungJimi Hendrix Experience Hendrix: The Best of HendrixJimi Hendrix Valleys of NeptuneJimmy Eat World Bleed AmericanJohn Frusciante The EmpyreanJohn Frusciante Shadows Collide with PeopleJohn Frusciante Letur-LefrJohn Lithgoat Who Gives a Fuck Nowhere"Middle" and "Distance" are two of the best sput-core songs ever. Eat your heart out Ghost Ship.John Mayer Any Given ThursdayJohn Talabot FinJoni Mitchell Both Sides NowJonsi GoDid anybody here honestly expect this to be better than a 3.5? I know I didn't. Fantastic album.Joshua Fit For Battle To Bring Our Own EndJune Paik June Paik IIJung People TenterhooksJustice Crossk-os Joyful RebellionKahn KahnKaki King GlowKanye West The College DropoutKanye West Late RegistrationKaospilot ShadowsKarnivool Sound AwakeKashiwa Daisuke 88Kate Bush 50 Words for SnowKate Bush Hounds of LoveKayo Dot Choirs of the EyeKidcrash JokesKidcrash NapsKillawatt Mantra/SchizophoniaKillawatt 71King Crimson In the Wake of PoseidonKing Crimson Larks' Tongues in AspicKing Crimson DisciplineKings of Leon Only By The NightKoji Kondo Super Mario Galaxy 2 OSTKoji Kondo Super Mario 64 OSTKryptic Minds Can't SleepKytami KytamiKyte Dead WavesLa Dispute Here, HearLa Dispute VancouverLapalux Without YouLaura Marling Alas, I Cannot SwimLaura Marling I Speak Because I CanLaura Marling A Creature I Don't KnowLaura Stevenson Daytrotter SessionLaura Stevenson A RecordLed Zeppelin Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IIILed Zeppelin Houses of the HolyLed Zeppelin Early Days/Latter DaysLes Doux Les DouxLester Flatt and Earl Scruggs Foggy Mountain JamboreeLily Allen It's Not Me, It's YouLion of the North The Compass CallsLittle Women ThroatLocal Natives Gorilla ManorLoma Prieta I.V.London Elektricity Syncopated CityLook What I Did Atlas DruggedThis album is what Minus The Bear would sound like if they were a post-hardcore band. Which is a good thing.Loscil Endless FallsLoscil First NarrowsLou Reed Rock 'n' Roll AnimalLove American Disquiethey look dimsim3478 posted a soundoff for an adam thomas album (adam this kid wants your cock, just throwing that out there)Love American / Harbours SplitOlde English Hearts, nuff said Low C'MonLow ChristmasLow Long DivisionLow The Curtain Hits the CastLow The Great DestroyerLow A Lifetime of Temporary ReliefLuv NY Luv NYMadvillain MadvillainyMarijuana Deathsquads Tamper, Disable, DestroyMarnie Stern Marnie SternMarquette Waxing/Waning EPMassive Attack HeligolandMassive Attack vs. Burial Four Walls/Paradise CircusMastodon LeviathanMastodon Crack the SkyeI've now listened to this album three times. The first time, I was dissapointed at what I thought was a mediocre metal record. The second time, I was intrigued and persuaded to give it another chance. The third time, I loved it and was trying to understand how I ever passed it off as mediocre.
This is an awesome album with a few minor flaws. It is worth multiple listens especially because it seems to take a few to sink in. I'm still a couple listens away from rating this, but it's looking like it will fall into the "excellent to very-excellent" subcategory of awesomeness.Mastodon The HunterWhen I saw the track names for this I was sure it would suck. But guess what? It doesn't. I mean it's still the same old Mastodon: the vocals suck ass, the drums are incredible, etc. etc. but god damn they've done it again. (Also this is one of the best soundoff pages of 2011 so far: Moredcai, ShadowRemains, Odal, BigHans and bloc's are all awesomely awesome).Matthew Good Vancouvermaudlin of the Well Leaving Your Body MapMaya Jane Coles Easier To HideMaya Jane Coles ComfortMaybeshewill I Was Here For a Moment, Then I Was GoneMenomena MinesMenomena I Am The Fun Blame Monster!Meshuggah IMeshuggah obZenMetallica Ride the LightningMetallica ...And Justice for AllMetric SyntheticaMew No More StoriesMew A Triumph for ManmewithoutYou Ten StoriesMillion Dead A Song to RuinMinus the Bear Into the MirrorMister Lies MowgliMobb Deep The InfamousModerat IIModern Life Is War WitnessMogwai Young TeamMonolake GhostsMos Def Black on Both SidesMother Mother EurekaMount Eerie Clear MoonMount Eerie Ocean RoarMr. Oizo Stade 2Mr.-Muthafuckin-eXquire KismetMuse AbsolutionMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMuse H.A.A.R.PMy Bloody Valentine Isn't AnythingMy Bloody Valentine m b vMy Kappa Roots The House of St Colme Burnt DownMy Morning Jacket ZNails Unsilent DeathNails Abandon All LifeNatural Snow Buildings Waves of the Random SeaNavio Forge As We Quietly Burn A Hole Into...Ned Collette Future SutureNeil Young Everybody Knows This Is NowhereNeil Young Greatest HitsNeil Young ZumaNick Cave and The Bad Seeds Henry's DreamNick Drake Five Leaves LeftNicolas Jaar Don't Break My LoveNiechec Smierc w miekkim futerkuNight Shift Trespassers Guide to NowhereNinjaspy Pi NatureNirvana In UteroNirvana MTV Unplugged in New York (DVD)NK Basement Tapes Vol. 1Noisia Split The AtomNomine Nomine's Sound/SearchingNosaj Thing DriftNu Sensae SundowningNujabes Modal SoulNujabes Spiritual StateOasis (What's The Story) Morning Glory?Oceansize Self Preserved While The Bodies Float UpOceansize FramesOceansize Everyone Into PositionOff Minor Problematic CourtshipOh No! Yoko Pau PauOkkervil River The Stage NamesOkkervil River The Silver GymnasiumOkkervil River The Stand InsOmar S Just Ask the LonelyOneohtrix Point Never ReplicaOpeth Still LifeOrchid OrchidOrchid Chaos Is MeOur Lady Peace Healthy In Paranoid TimesOur Lady Peace Happiness...OutKast StankoniaOutKast SouthernplayalisticadillacmuzikOutKast AqueminiPantha Du Prince Black NoisePariah (UK) SafehousesPg. 99 Document #5pg.lost It's Not Me, It's You!Phaeleh TidesPig Destroyer Phantom LimbPink Floyd RelicsPink Floyd A Saucerful of SecretsPink Floyd Atom Heart MotherPink Floyd UmmagummaPINKSHINYULTRABLAST Happy Songs For Happy ZombiesPolica Give You The GhostPorcupine Tree Fear of a Blank PlanetPortrait DiscographyPretty Lights Glowing in the Darkest NightPretty Lights Passing By Behind Your EyesPriscilla Ahn A Good DayProem Socially IneptPropagandhi Potemkin City LimitsPropagandhi Failed StatesProtest The Hero FortressPurplene PurpleneQuadrupede QuadrupedeQueen Sheer Heart AttackQueens of the Stone Age ...Like ClockworkQuo Vadis Defiant ImaginationQuo Vadis Live In MontrealR.E.M. AccelerateR.E.M. Automatic for the PeopleRadiohead Hail to the ThiefRadiohead Right Place, Right Time (DVD)Radiohead The King of LimbsRadiohead TKOL RMX 1234567This just sounds like what The King of Limbs would have sounded like if they released it in the early 00's when Radiohead were still obsessed with making electronic music.Raein Il n'y Pas de OrchestreRaein Sulla linea d'orizzonte tra questa mia vita e queRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesRage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRed Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumRed Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde ParkRed Sparowes The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein...Refused Songs to Fan the Flames of DiscontentRefused Refused Are Fucking DeadRegina Spektor Begin To HopeRegina Spektor 11:11Regina Spektor What We Saw from the Cheap Seats*demeaning comment about her being an attractive woman and therefore desperate for my cock* -- there you go, I just summed up 90% of the upcoming "discussion" for this albumReso IshimuraReso ValkenRight Away, Great Captain! The Bitter EndRight Away, Great Captain! The Eventually HomeRobert Johnson King of the Delta BluesRoman Flugel Fatty FoldersRosie June Listening PostRush 2112Rush Moving PicturesRush Clockwork AngelsRx Bandits MandalaSaetia EronelSarah Fimm Karma PhalaSarah Fimm Near Infinite PossibilityScale The Summit The CollectiveSed Non Satiata MappoRamy Almerie: a no-good phony. Sepalcure SepalcureSet Fire to Flames Sings Reign RebuilderShad The Old PrinceShad When This Is OverShad TSOLShlohmo VacationShrine SomniaShugo Tokumaru In Focus?Shugo Tokumaru Port EntropySigur Ros med sud i eyrum vio spilum endalaustThe Icelandic title of this album translates into English as "With a renewed buzz in our ears, we play endlessy" (close enough). Originally, this title put me off of the album. What I had always like about Sigur Ros ( ( ), Agaetis Bryjun, etc.) was their relaxed, laid back sound. So the idea of a "playfull" album did not appeal to me at all. However, upon giving this album several listens, I warmed up to the less laid-back sound of Sigur Ros. Surely not as good as previous endeavours, this album still delivers. While the tracks are shorter, the same tried and tested methods of Sigur Ros show themselves and ultimately make this an excellent album. The third track in particular (I won't attempt to spell it) is a great mix of the new and old Sigur Ros. This is a highly soothing and enjoyable listen. It seems to be more accessable than previous Sigur Ros efforts, which is both a positive and a negative. I see this album as somewhat of a new direction for the Icelandic post-rock idols, but overall, it's well done. I'll be interested to hear the studio follow-up.Sigur Ros Takk...Sigur Ros Untitled 1Sigur Ros SæglópurSigur Ros Valtaripretty much the polar opposite of their last album. Sigur Ros BrennisteinnSigur Ros KveikurSilversun Pickups CarnavasSilversun Pickups SwoonSilversun Pickups Neck of the WoodsSiouxsie and the Banshees The ScreamSkream Skream!Skream Midnight Request Line / ISleepmakeswaves ...and so we destroyed everythingSlow Dreams Einn Ár SeinnaThis EP is an excursion in soothing post-rock bordering on ambient at times. The guitar
passages are interesting and well-mixed, but they also go well with the several voice sample
scattered throughout. Tracks to try-out should include 1 a.m. Waterfront Station and
The Woods (What Scares You), an eerie track based around a vocal sample from the
It's been put up for free download by the artist here:
http://www.zshare.net/download/80183986238bfc89/Slowdive SouvlakiSmashing Pumpkins GishSolterra Soul, Earth, SunSolterra UmbraI could bathe in that guitar tone all day errr day SORNE House of StoneSorrow (UK) ExistenceSorrow (UK) Summer Of LoveSorrow (UK) Art Is DeadSoundgarden SuperunknownSoundtrack Across the UniverseSoundtrack Team America: World PoliceSoundtrack South Park (Original Soundtrack)Soundtrack Ghost WorldSoundtrack Scott Pilgrim vs. The WorldThis. Movie. Fucking. Rules. Really cool soundtrack too. Kris' soundoff ftw.SP:MC Taiko Dub/Bad DreamsSP:MC Trust Nobody/FutureSP:MC DeclassifiedSparta Wiretap ScarsSpokes Everyone I Ever MetStars of the Lid Carte-De-VisiteStars of the Lid Per Aspera Ad AstraSublime Greatest HitsSublime SublimeSubmotion Orchestra Finest HourSubmotion Orchestra FragmentsSudatsuga Blue Moon SaiyeedSufjan Stevens All Delighted PeopleSuis La Lune RialaSun Glitters HighSunny Day Real Estate LP2 (The pink album)Supertramp Crime of the CenturySuuns Images Du FuturSuuns Zeroes QCSwarms Old Raves EndSwearin' Swearin'Swearin' Surfing StrangeSystem of a Down System of a DownTame Impala InnerspeakerTame Impala LonerismTaylor Swift Speak NowHoly ass I figured this wouldn't be awful but I was not expecting it to actually be awesome.Teebs ArdourTenacious D Tenacious DTenhi VareTera Melos Patagonian RatsTexas Is the Reason Do You Know Who You Are?The Angelic Process Weighing Souls With SandThe Antlers In the Attic of the UniverseThe Antlers UprootedThe Beatles The BeatlesThe Beatles Help!The Beatles Hey JudeThe Black Keys BrothersThe Black Keys Attack & ReleaseThe Boxer Rebellion ExitsThe Chameleons Script of the BridgeThe Cinematic Orchestra Every DayThe Cinematic Orchestra In Motion #1The Dear Hunter The Color SpectrumThe Dear Hunter VioletThe Dear Hunter OrangeThe Decemberists The Hazards Of LoveThe Dillinger Escape Plan Calculating InfinityThe Dillinger Escape Plan Under the Running BoardThe Dodos CarrierThe Evpatoria Report GolevkaThe Extra Lens UndercardThe Felix Culpa Sever Your RootsThe Flaming Lips EmbryonicThe Flashbulb ArborealThe Front Bottoms Talon of the HawkThe Get Up Kids Four Minute MileThe Get Up Kids Something To Write Home AboutThe Hold Steady Boys and Girls in AmericaThe Jezabels PrisonerThe Knife Shaking the HabitualThe Men Leave HomeThe Menzingers On the Impossible PastThe Mountain Goats Heretic PrideThe Mountain Goats SwedenThe Mountain Goats Devil In the ShortwaveThe Mountain Goats Get LonelyThe Mountain Goats Nothing for JuiceThe Mountain Goats Isopanisad Radio HourThe Mountain Goats Bitter Melon FarmThe Mountain Goats New Asian CinemaThe Mountain Goats GhanaThe Mountain Goats Babylon SpringsThe Mountain Goats Transmissions to HoraceThe Mountain Goats Protein Source of the Future...Now!The Mountain Goats Songs For Peter HughesThe Mountain Goats Jam Eater BluesThe Mountain Goats DilaudidThe Mountain Goats Letter from BelgiumThe Mountain Goats/Kaki King Black Pear TreeThe National Cherry TreeThe New Pornographers Twin CinemaThe Pains of Being Pure at Heart BelongThe Pax Cecilia Blessed Are The BondsThe Pop Group YThe Prodigy The Fat of the LandThe Radio Dept. Clinging to a SchemeThe Republic of Wolves VarunaThe Roots How I Got OverThe Rural Alberta Advantage HometownsThe Saddest Landscape You Will Not SurviveThe Saddest Landscape Lift Your Burdens High For This is Where We CrossThe Saddest Landscape After The LightsThe ultimate 4/5 band. Album rules, another 4 from these guys.The Shins Wincing the Night AwayThe Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving NowThe Thermals Personal LifeThe Walkmen LisbonThe Walkmen HeavenThe Weakerthans Reunion TourThe Weakerthans FallowThe Weeknd House of BalloonsThe Weeknd Echoes of SilenceThe Who The Who Sell OutThe World is a Beautiful Place... Josh Is DeadThe World is a Beautiful Place... Whenever, If EverThe World/Inferno Friendship Society Red-Eyed SoulThe xx xxThe Zombies Odessey and OracleThee Silver Mount Zion He Has Left Us Alone...Thelem TarnishedThem Crooked Vultures Them Crooked VulturesThis Heat This HeatThis Is Your Captain Speaking StoryboardThrice The Illusion of SafetyThrice The Alchemy Index Vols. III & IVThrice BeggarsSomeone needs to change the genre listings of Thrice to include Alt-rock, possibly even as the primary genre. Those looking for a post-hardcore record here in the same vein as Illusion of Safety will be dissapointed. Well, probably not dissapointed, but surprised. Pleasantly. This album rocks faces regardless of what you thought of their earlier work.Thrice Major/MinorThriftworks RainmakerThursday No DevolucionTim Hecker VirginsTitus Andronicus The MonitorTNGHT TNGHTmakes me feel like i know how to dance toe For Long Tomorrowtoe The Future Is NowTOKiMONSTA Midnight MenuTomáš Dvořák Machinarium SoundtrackTool LateralusTouche Amore/Pianos Become the Teeth SplitTrapped Under Ice Stay ColdTricky MaxinquayeTrophy Scars Bad LuckTrophywife Hold Onto Your LuckTroubled Medium CAN U FEEL IT???TV on the Radio Return to Cookie MountainTV on the Radio Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty BabesTycho DiveTyrants Dream SongsUGK Ridin' DirtyUlcerate Everything Is FireUlrich Schnauss and ASC 77Ultraista UltraistaUntil Your Heart Stops ErrorsUriah Heep Demons and WizardsV.I.V.E.K PulseV.I.V.E.K Against The Tide/TrinityV.I.V.E.K Out Of ReachVales ClarityVar No One Dances Quite Like My BrothersVenn Rain Cymatic CymbolsRiffOCore: a new sputnik subgenre - and it kind of rules Warpaint Exquisite CorpseWax ScrublifeWeekend Nachos WorthlessWeezer The Blue AlbumWes Montgomery Greatest HitsWhite Lung SorryWhite Ribs Darwinners and LosersLIMB FROM LIMB FROM LIMB FROM LIMB FROM LIMB Wilco Yankee Hotel FoxtrotWild Beasts Smotheroh man, once you get into the vocals this kicks major assWild Nothing GeminiWild Nothing NocturneWiley Treddin' on Thin IceWilliam Basinski The Disintegration Loops IWolf Thief Wolf Thief EPWolf Thief Deprivationhttp://vimeo.com/79438965 Women Public StrainWorld's Strongest Man Every Woman Wishes To WedWU LYF Go Tell Fire to the Mountainwho will be the first to 5 this? my money is on Jash. (edit: Chambered, ftw, as per usual)Xavier Rudd SolaceYamantaka // Sonic Titan UzuYeah Yeah Yeahs It's Blitz!Yes The Yes AlbumYo La Tengo And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-OuYo La Tengo FadeSounds like something Rudy Klapper would like Yo La Tengo I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your AssYoung the Giant Young the GiantYoungsta Destruction/PoseidonYoungsta Dubstep Allstars Vol.2Youth Lagoon The Year of HibernationYouth Lagoon Wondrous BughouseYouth Pictures of Florence Henderson Youth Pictures of Florence HendersonYouth Pictures of Florence Henderson Unnoticeable In A Tiny Town, Invisible In The CityYppah Eighty OneYuck YuckZazen Boys Zazen Boys 4Zazen Boys StoriesZeds Dead BBC Radio 1 Mini MixZelienople The World Is A House On FireZomby DedicationZomby With Love3.5 great54-40 Dear DearA very good slice of early 90s Alternative Rock. I was surprised to not only find the album
not present in the database, but the band was not present either.
Anyway, Dear Dear is nothing shocking. It contains mostly straight-laced rock tunes which
have flairs of catchiness and sing-a-long accessibility. Despite the negative connotations
these qualities can entail, the album does not come across as shallow or monotonous but is
instead rather exciting at times and memorable at others. The album is also diverse to an
extent featuring off-beat, but still mainly rock centred, tracks such as Music Man
The lead track, the catchy She La, and the pleasingly off-putting Book are
highlights but there are several others that are not far behind.A Lot Like Birds Plan BA Wilhelm Scream PartycrasherAb-Soul Control SystemAbel (NY) Make It RightThis band has the potential to be so great. They need to learn some quality control, maybe trim some of the fat, and their next LP could be something truly incredible. Certain moments on this album beg me to fall in love with it, but there are quite a few weak moments as well. They're almost there, but not quite. (all that being said, I still really really like this album - 3.5/5)Adele 21Aereogramme My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not GoAFI Sing the SorrowAgainst Me! Reinventing Axl RoseAlcest Ecailles De LuneAlexisonfire Old Crows / Young CardinalsDon't you hate when bands change musical direction for the wrong reasons? Well, this album is the perfect example of that. Following their two monstrously awesome albums, their opus Watch Out!, and their experimental, genre-bridging Crisis, Old Crows / Young Cardinals is somewhat of a disappointment. Apparently, they wanted to get as far away from the "screamo" label as they could, which is stupid for two reasons. One, they weren't ever screamo (and that term is thrown around too much anyway), and two, George's excellent scream was perhaps the best sounding of all the vocalists to be found in the post-hardcore genre. So they compromised, wrote more straightforward radio-ready tunes, and George adopted a weird gruff kind of yell in lieu of his legendary scream. It's still a great album with some really excellent tracks (most notably, The Northern and Young Cardinals), but Alexisonfire were never a great band, they were a phenomenal band. Hopefully, they can learn to be true to themselves for the next record and not naively try to avoid getting labeled.Algernon Cadwallader Parrot FliesAlice Cooper KillerAlice In Chains Black Gives Way to BlueAmia Venera Landscape The Long ProcessionAmon Amarth Surtur RisingAmon Tobin ISAMAndrew Bird Armchair ApocryphaAndrew W.K. I Get WetAnimal Collective Fall Be KindAnimal Collective Honeycomb/GothamAnimals as Leaders Animals as LeadersArizmenda Within the Vacuum of Infinity...ASAP Rocky Live.Love.A$AP.Ash Borer and Fell Voices SplitAt the Drive-In In/Casino/OutAustere To Lay Like Old AshesAutechre LP5Autechre QuaristiceAvenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenAxon Level UpB.B. King Live at the ApolloB.B. King Riding with the KingBar 9 Triple DropBarenaked Ladies StuntBaroness Blue RecordBaroness Red AlbumBasement ColourmeinkindnessBat For Lashes Two SunsBaton Rouge Fragments D'eux MemesBATS Red In Tooth and ClawBattles MirroredBattles Gloss DropBeastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part TwoBedouin Soundclash Sounding A MosaicBibio Silver WilkinsonBilly Talent Billy TalentBiome The Prayer/Future PastBiome Black WidowBiome LightBjork BiophiliaBlink-182 Take Off Your Pants and JacketBlink-182 The Mark, Tom, And Travis ShowBlink-182 NeighborhoodsBlue Foundation Life Of A GhostBoards of Canada Boc MaximaBob Dylan Greatest Hits, Vol. 2Bon Iver Blood BankBon Iver Myspace TransmissionsBonobo Animal MagicBoysetsfire The Misery Index: Notes From The PlagueBrand New Your Favorite WeaponBrian Eno Another Day On EarthBrian Eno Drums Between The BellsBrian Eno LuxBrian McBride When The Detail Lost Its FreedomBright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's MorningBright Eyes Lifted or the Story is in the Soil...Broken Social Scene Broken Social SceneBuffalo Blackfoot I Don't MindBummer Kids on the RunBurial Street HaloCaleb McAlpine Science FictionCaravels LacunaCaribou SwimCerebral Ballzy Cerebral BallzyCircle Takes The Square As the Roots UndoCityCop The Hope In Forgiving & Giving Up HopeClogs Thom's Night OutClogs The Creatures In the Garden of Lady WaltonCloudkicker BeaconsColdplay Live 2012Colin Stetson New History Warfare, Vol 2: JudgesComadre ComadreCommodo Buckwild/AxisConverge All We Love We Leave BehindCrippled Black Phoenix (Mankind) The Crafty ApeCryptopsy Blasphemy Made FleshCult of Luna Vertikalso we're seriously gonna take that one 30 second oscillating bass-note and call it dubstep?
I know you're all dumb (especially when it comes to dubstep) but you guys, come on, surely
you're not all THAT dumb.
"POST-METAL/DUBSTEP CROSSOVER: BRILLIANT! 5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5/5"Cursive Burst and BloomDaft Punk Random Access Memories" "So I listened to this Daft Punk album once while browsing the web. I will now unveil my critique" --the Internet, 5/13/13" a John Darnielle twitter classicDamien Rice 9Dark Dark Dark Bright Bright BrightDark Time Sunshine ANXDavid Bowie HeroesDead Letter Circus This Is The WarningDeafheaven Roads To JudahDeath SymbolicDeath Cab for Cutie Codes and KeysDeer Leap Here. Home.Deerhunter CryptogramsDeerhunter MonomaniaDefeater Letters Home"I've been here since 05, respect me!! grrrrrr!!!!!" - hep katDemdike Stare Forest Of EvilDemdike Stare TryptychDepth Connection Different WavesDerek and the Dominos Layla and Other Assorted Love SongsDesolate The Invisible InsurrectionDethklok The DethalbumDethklok Dethalbum IIDido No AngelDIIV OshinDinosaur Jr. FarmDinosaur Jr. I Bet on SkyDire Straits Dire StraitsDirewolves Me From Myself, To BanishDirty Projectors Bitte OrcaDizzee Rascal Boy In Da CornerDr. Dre The ChronicDream Theater OctavariumDream Theater Once in a LIVEtimeDream Theater AwakeDrive Like Jehu Yank CrimeDropped Flyer LowlifeEagles Hotel CaliforniaEarl Sweatshirt DorisEleven Tigers Clouds Are MountainsEloy OceanEluvium SimilesEluvium Talk Amongst the TreesEmerson, Lake and Palmer Brain Salad SurgeryEmerson, Lake and Palmer TarkusEmery ...In Shallow Seas We SailEminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2It's the album I've always wanted him to make. Any alleged "trash" is easily outweighed by the gold many times over. Different strokes for different folks n sht but I dunno guys this album is my peanutbutternJAM rite now.Eminem The Slim Shady LPEnslaved Axioma Ethica OdiniEnslaved RIITIIREnvy RecitationEric Clapton and B. B. King Riding With the KingEric Johnson Ah Via MusicomEvery Time I Die Ex LivesExplosions in the Sky Take Care, Take Care, Take CareFaith No More Angel DustFaltyDL You Stand UncertainFang Island MajorFareWell Poetry Hoping for the Invisible to IgniteFeist MetalsFleet Foxes Sun Giant EPFleet Foxes Helplessness BluesFlight of the Conchords Flight of the ConchordsFlogging Molly Drunken LullabiesFlying Lotus L.A. EP 1 X 3Foals Total Life ForeverFoo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to LoseFoo Fighters Foo FightersFour Tet PinkFour Tet Beautiful RewindFrank Turner England Keep My BonesFrightened Rabbit The Winter of Mixed DrinksFrightened Rabbit State HospitalFucked Up The Chemistry of Common LifeFuneral Advantage DemoGantz (TUR) No Faith/CatalystGas PopGaza He Is Never Coming BackGhostface Killah Twelve Reasons to DieGil Scott-Heron and Jamie XX We're New HereGlocca Morra Just MarriedGold Panda Mountain/Financial DistrictGorguts Colored SandsGorillaz Demon DaysGreat Gray Buildings TeleglowGreen Day DookieGreen Day NimrodGrizzly Bear VeckatimestGrouper Dragging a Dead Deer Up a HillGrouper A I AGrown Ups Hand HolderHarvey Milk Life... The Best Game in TownHave A Nice Life DeathconsciousnessHer Name Is Calla The Quiet LambHikari Todo Light StaysHoneywell DiscographyHoobastank HoobastankHopesfall The Satellite YearsHot Cross CryonicsHugh Laurie Let Them Talk"Is there anything this man can't do?" Get off the meds?In Flames Come ClarityIncubus Make YourselfiNTRiKeT Songs For Sleepythe songs I've heard from this kick serious amounts of ass. Jash is getting better at producing music at an alarming rate, listen to this now before he gets HUGE so you can be all "yeah i knew about this guy when he was still posting his music on retarded music review websites"Irepress Sol Eye Sea IIron & Wine The Shepherd's DogIron Maiden Edward The GreatIselia AdaptationsIslands A Sleep and a ForgettingJ:Kenzo J:KenzoJack Johnson Brushfire FairytalesJack Johnson In Between DreamsJack White BlunderbussJaga Jazzist Animal Chin EPJaga Jazzist Day (EP)James Blake CMYKJay-Z and Kanye West Watch the ThroneJenny Hval VisceraJenny Hval Innocence Is KinkyJim Bryson and The Weakerthans The Falcon Lake IncidentJimi Hendrix Smash HitsJimmy Eat World Chase This LightJohn Mayer Room for SquaresJohn Mayer Trio Try!Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSoundsKanye West GraduationThe middle of this album sucks hard. But the beginning and ending are really good. It's also too bad that the song with Mos Def is so dreadful because both these rappers are much, much better than that.Kashiwa Daisuke Re:Kassem Mosse Workshop 12Kerouac/The Long Haul SplitKim Churchill With Sword & ShieldKing Crimson LizardKing Guava DemoKings of Leon Come Around SundownKlub des Loosers La fin de l'especeKurt Vile Wakin on a Pretty DazeLa Dispute/Koji Never Come UndoneLapalux NostalchicLapalux Some Other TimeLate Night Alumni HauntedLaura Marling Once I Was an EagleLauryn Hill The Miseducation Of Lauryn HillLavotchkin/Attack! Vipers! SplitMan this album cover owns so much. Almost as much as the new Amon Amarth artwork.Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 2: Latter DaysLes Discrets Septembre Et Ses Dernières PenséesLes Doux DialectsLes Rallizes Denudes '67-'69 Studio et LiveLiars WIXIWLights Out Asia In The Days Of JupiterLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryLocal Natives HummingbirdLoma Prieta Last CityLoscil Sketches From New BrightonLotus Plaza Spooky Action At A DistanceLove American Love AmericanIn a year full of highly anticipated releases (Radiohead, Thrice, Defeater etc.) it's funny that I actually found myself waiting for THIS to officially drop so I could hop on the hype train. Adam, my friend, your band legitimately rules, which is a relief, because I really didn't want to pretend it wasn't shitty just to spare your feelings. I feel weird saying this because getting a song sent to you via a mediafire link on fb chat makes it seem like the least legit thing ever, but Legendary Birds is one of the best hardcore songs I've heard in the past year.Low Secret NameLow Travels in Constants, Vol. 9: The Exit PapersLudacris Word Of MoufMala Mala In CubaMammon DemiurgeManchester Orchestra Nobody Sings AnymoreMartyn Hello DarknessMastodon Blood MountainMatchbox Twenty Mad SeasonMatt Costa Songs We SingMatt Pond PA The Dark LeavesMetallica Kill 'Em AllMetz MetzMew Half The World Is Watching MemewithoutYou A to B: LifeMGMT Oracular SpectacularMichael Jackson Number OnesMidlake The Trials of Van OccupantherMidnight Odyssey Forest MournersMiike Snow Miike SnowMinus the Bear Menos El OsoMister Heavenly Out of LoveMoby PlayModern Life Is War Fever HuntingModest Mouse Good News For People Who Love Bad NewsModest Mouse No One's First And You're NextMono You Are ThereMonogrim/Slow Dreams 1300+ Miles of SoundMonsters of Folk Monsters of FolkMother Mother Touch UpMother of Mercy IV: Symptoms of ExistenceMr. Oizo Stade 3Mr. Oizo as Mr. Oizo, aka great stuff Mr. Oizo & Gaspard Augé Rubber OSTMumford and Sons Sigh No MoreMuse Hullabaloo [Live CD or DVD]Narrows PaintedNautic Depths Submental Vol 1Neil Young UnpluggedNeil Young HarvestNick Cave and The Bad Seeds Push The Sky AwayNine Inch Nails The Downward SpiralNirvana NevermindNirvana MTV Unplugged in New YorkNK Basement Tapes Vol. 2Nosaj Thing HomeHow the hell would an Andy Stott album sound like this? Oddczar One WordOkkervil River I Am Very FarOmar Rodriguez-Lopez Old MoneyoOoOO oOoOOOur Lady Peace ClumsyPanda Bear Person PitchPanic! At the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat OutPanic! At the Disco Vices & VirtuesPariso/Kerouac SplitPast Lives Tapestry of WebsPaul McCartney Tripping the Live FantasticPavement Crooked Rain, Crooked RainPearl Jam TenPerverse GenocidePhantogram Eyelid MoviesPhish Lawn BoyPhoenix Bankrupt!Man they were really onto something special with their last album, but this one just falls completely flat in comparison. On its own, it's a pretty enjoyable album for what it is, but I really thought that Phoenix had to potential to really move forward and create another undeniable masterpiece. This is certainly not that masterpiece.Phoenix Live in SydneyPhonte Charity Starts at HomePink Floyd The Division BellPink Floyd Obscured by CloudsPlanning For Burial LeavingPop Winds Earth To FriendProtest The Hero Gallop Meets The EarthProtest The Hero A Calculated Use Of SoundProtest The Hero ScurrilousPsyopus Ideas of ReferencePusha T My Name Is My NameQuantum Soul Strong RootQueen On Fire (Live at the Bowl)Queen Greatest Hits TwoQueen InnuendoQueens of the Stone Age Rated RQuiet Steps Think AloudR.E.M. MonsterRadiohead AmnesiacRadiohead No SurprisesRaekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt IIRage Against the Machine Live at the Grand Olympic AuditoriumRage Against the Machine RenegadesRatatat LP4Real Estate DaysRed Hot Chili Peppers Greatest HitsRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WayRed Hot Chili Peppers The Uplift Mofo Party PlanRed Hot Chili Peppers Mother's MilkRed House Painters Red House Painters IRed Nightfall Late in the FeverReso In Da MixReso TangramRise Against Appeal to ReasonRise Against EndgameRival Schools PedalsRodrigo y Gabriela 11:11Rush GoldRusko Babylon: Volume 1Russian Circles GenevaSadistik Flowers For My FatherSam Roberts We Were Born In A FlameScreaming Females UglySeeing Means More Clouds Obscured To HeartsSeekae +DomeShipwreck A.D. AbyssShpongle Ineffable Mysteries from ShponglelandShugo Tokumaru ExitSigur Ros VonSlow Dreams ElskaSlowdive Just for a DaySmashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite SadnessSmashing Pumpkins The Aeroplane Flies HighSmoke Fairies Blood SpeaksSoundtrack JunoSt. Vincent ActorStars Set Yourself On FireStars of the Lid Avec LaudenumSteely Dan The Royal ScamSteely Dan Can't Buy A ThrillSudatsuga Hain-Ba Sun HexSum 41 All Killer No FillerSunny Day Real Estate Thief, Steal Me A PeachSwans The SeerI'll suck my own dick Swell Maps A Trip to MarinevilleSystem of a Down Steal This Album!Talk Talk Laughing StockTangled Thoughts of Leaving Deaden The Fieldssome of this is so amazing, it's begging me to fall in love with it. but then a lot of it is really annoying and isn't as "clever" as I think the band thinks they are being. Taylor Swift Redworst soundoff page ever, I hate you all so much Taylor Swift FearlessTera Melos X'ed OutThe Acorn No GhostThe Beatles Please Please MeThe Beatles With The BeatlesThe Beatles A Hard Day's NightThe Beatles Magical Mystery TourThe Beatles Beatles for SaleThe Black Keys El CaminoThe Dear Hunter BlueThe Dear Hunter YellowThe Decemberists PicaresqueThe Dillinger Escape Plan Irony Is a Dead SceneThe Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the KillerThe Doobie Brothers Toulouse StreetThe Flaming Lips and Lightning Bolt The Flaming Lips and Lightning BoltThe Gaslight Anthem The 59 SoundThe Killers Hot FussThe Kills Blood PressuresThe Knife Tomorrow, In a YearThe Lawrence Arms Oh! Calcutta!The Lonely Island Turtleneck and ChainThe Mars Volta OctahedronThe Mars Volta Frances the MuteThe Mars Volta The Bedlam in GoliathThe Men Open Your HeartThe Men New MoonThe Microphones The Glow pt.2The Middle East I Want That You Are Always HappyThe Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation AnthropomorphicThe Mountain Goats The Life of the World to ComeThe Mountain Goats Zopilote MachineThe Mountain Goats Nine Black PoppiesThe Mountain Goats The Hound ChroniclesThe Mountain Goats Taking The DativeThe Mountain Goats PhilyraThe Mountain Goats On Juhu BeachThe Mountain Goats Yam, The King of CropsThe Mountain Goats Songs For PetroniusThe Mountain Goats Orange RajaThe Mountain Goats See America RightThe Mountain Goats Palmcorder YajnaThe Mountain Goats/John Vanderslice Moon Colony BloodbathThe Offspring Conspiracy of OneThe Rankin Family Fare Thee Well LoveTell my ma when I go home, the boys won't leave the girls alone. They pulled my hair and stole my comb, but that's alright till I go home. She is handsome, she is pretty, she is the belle of Belfast city. She is courting one two three, please would you tell me: who is she?The Roots undunThe Shins Chutes Too NarrowThe Shouting Matches GrownassManThe Smith Street Band No One Gets Lost AnymoreThe State Lottery Fistfuls of SandThe Thermals Desperate GroundThe War on Drugs Future WeatherThe Weeknd ThursdayThe Weeknd TrilogyThe White Stripes ElephantThe Who Who's Greatest HitsThe Wonder Years The Greatest GenerationThe Wrens The MeadowlandsThings Fall Apart Things Fall ApartThird Eye Blind Third Eye BlindThrice The Alchemy Index Vols. I & IITim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin Instrumental TouristTouche Amore ...To the Beat of a Dead HorseTrash Talk Walking DiseaseTTNG AnimalsTTNG 220.127.116.11.0tUnE-yArDs w h o k i l lTyler Brown The HollowsTyler The Creator BastardUlcerate The Destroyers of AllV.I.V.E.K Soundman/DiabloVampire Weekend Modern Vampires of the CityVladislav Delay VantaaWashed Out Life of LeisureWeen Chocolate and CheeseWeird Al Yankovic Running With ScissorsWhite Lung It's The EvilWil Wagner LaikaWinterfylleth The Mercian SphereWolf Parade Apologies to the Queen MaryWolves in the Throne Room Two HuntersWye Oak CivilianXavier Rudd White MothYeah Yeah Yeahs Fever To TellYeah Yeah Yeahs MosquitoZazen Boys Zazen Boys IIZola Jesus Conatus3.0 good1902 Motsi3 Doors Down The Better LifeA City Safe From Sea Throw Me Through WallsI'm torn on this album. On the one hand, the dynamics are great, the guitar hooks are wicked cool, and the songs each progress in really interesting ways. On the other hand, the drum patterns get pretty stale by the end of the album, and the vocals irritate the shit out of me most of the time. For the moment, I'll settle on a low 3.5.
Edit: down to a 3.AC/DC Back In BlackAC/DC High VoltageAction Bronson Rare ChandeliersAdele 19Aerosmith Permanent VacationAerosmith AerosmithAlexisonfire Math Sheet DemosAll That Remains The Fall of IdealsAmenra Mass VAmit Killer Driller/Color BlindAmon Amarth Twilight Of The Thunder GodAnd So I Watch You From Afar Straight Through The Sun Without A ScratchAndy Stott Passed Me ByAngels and Airwaves We Don't Need to WhisperAraabmuzik Electronic DreamAugust Burns Red ConstellationsAutechre Draft 7.30Avenged Sevenfold City of EvilAvey Tare Down ThereBackstreet Boys Backstreet BoysBackstreet Boys MillenniumBand of Horses Infinite ArmsBarenaked Ladies MaroonBarenaked Ladies GordonBaroness Yellow and GreenBarrow Though I'm AloneBass Drum of Death GB CityBassnectar Cozza FrenzyBaths ObsidianBeach House Teen DreamBeach House BloomI listened to this less than twice and I think that'll be it. It's nice and all but not interesting or fresh or anything. I think I'm losing touch with sputnik's trends and tastes because all these high ratings are actually baffling to me.Beau Navire HoursBela Fleck and The Flecktones Live at the QuickBetween The Buried And Me The Parallax: Hypersleep DialoguesBetween The Buried And Me The Parallax II: Future SequenceBig K.R.I.T. Live From The UndergroundBilly Talent Billy Talent IIIBlack Eyed Peas ElephunkBlack Sabbath The Best of Black SabbathBlink-182 Greatest HitsBritney Spears Oops!...I Did It AgainBust/Mother Grizzly/Love American SplitCake Showroom Of CompassionCalifornia X California XChamillionaire The Sound of RevengeChance The Rapper Acid RapCharlotte Gainsbourg IRMCircle Takes The Square Rites of InitiationCity and Colour SometimesClosure in Moscow First TempleCold War Kids Mine is YoursColdplay Every Teardrop Is a WaterfallOn one listen I'm torn between a 3 or a 3.5, but I'm going with 3.5 because Viva la Vida was a 5 for me and I refuse to believe that they've fallen so far from that. I actually think the full LP will be good (probably in the 4 range), this EP is just a little boring is all.Coldplay SafetyCoyote Clean Up Double DoomCrowded House WoodfaceCruel Hand Prying EyesCrystal Castles Crystal Castles IICursive DomesticaCynic FocusDag Nasty Can I Say (Reissue)Daniel Avery Drone LogicDark Dark Horse CenturiesDavid Bowie Young AmericansDavid Bowie Space OddityDeath Cab for Cutie PlansDefeater Dear FatherI gave this a 4.5 at first but I'm lowering it because I'll obviously never listen to it again; both songs are on the full length. This probably shouldn't even be in the database, it's a single, not an EPDemdike Stare Liberation Through HearingDepartures When Losing Everything Is Everything You WantedDepartures Green Turns To Red, Then Turns To GoldDire Straits Brothers in ArmsDivide EchelonDot Hacker Dot HackerDr. Dre 2001Dream Theater A Change of SeasonsEdward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Up From Below'Home' is one of the purest and sincerest songs about love I've ever heard. That's the standout highlight here though. Most of the rest of it is pretty mediocre. Man, your guys' recs surprise me sometimes. I don't remember who it was, but why did you think I'd love this?Eels Daisies Of The GalaxyEfterklang PiramidaElbow The Seldom Seen KidEleventh He Reaches London Hollow Be My NameEmay Into ItEminem The Marshall Mathers LPEmpire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) What It Takes To Move ForwardEmpire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) Home After Three Months AwayA very nice album musically but honestly, the vocals just kill this for me. I should like them but they just make me go "eeeeeeeew emo" and I LOVE emo. So yeah, these guys get a big "meh" from me.Enemies Embark EmbraceEntropy (USA-CA) Four Minds, Fourteen PerspectivesEnya The CeltsEric Clapton 461 Ocean BoulevardEric Clapton SlowhandEvery Time I Die Hot Damn!Every Time I Die The Big DirtyFall Out Boy Infinity On HighFly Pan Am Ceux Qui Inventent N'ont Jamais Vécu (?)Foo Fighters One by OneFoster The People TorchesFoxy Shazam Foxy ShazamFrank Ocean Nostalgia, UltraFucked Up David Comes to Lifefun. Aim and IgniteI've liked this less and less from the first listen until now. I had it as a 4 at first. After several listens, I can still say it's a good album but that's about as far as I'd go.Funeral Diner The UnderdarkBeing one of the higher rated emo albums out there, and allegedly having a soothing blend of post-rock dynamics, I was hoping to really enjoy this album. And I did, sort of. I mean it was post-rock influenced emo, sure, but it all sounded recycled and derivate. Each song has approximately equal amounts of skramz-y sections and post-rock style breakdowns, resulting in very few standout moments. It's still a nice album, but not one I'll be putting on frequently while other, better emo exists. Future Islands On the WaterGhost Mice All We Got Is Each OtherGhost Ship Golden GirlsGirls Broken Dreams ClubGivers In LightGlassjaw Our Color Green (The Singles)God Is An Astronaut All Is Violent, All Is BrightOne of the supremely overrated post-rock albums. It's really not bad, it's just all been do so much better so many more times. It really astonishes me that this album is consistently mentioned as one of the defining pieces in the genre.Godspeed You! Black Emperor Tiny Silver HammersGorillaz The FallGotye Making MirrorsGreen Day WarningGreen Day InsomniacGuns N' Roses Appetite for DestructionGwen Stefani Love. Angel. Music. Baby.Harbours Harbours EPHer Name Is Calla Live at Denovali Swingfest 2010How to Dress Well Love RemainsIn Medias Res It Was Warm and Sunny When We First Set OutIncubus A Crow Left of the Murder...Interpol Turn on the Bright LightsJ:Kenzo Invaderz/Depth ChargeJaga Jazzist Airborne EPJane's Addiction Ritual De Lo HabitualJardin de la Croix PomeroyThis album is highly energetic and well thought out. The musicanship by all members is staggering. What's keeps this album at 3/5 (for me) is a lack of originality (they really, really sound like Rush) and the album becomes a little stale near the end because it's so long.Jens Lekman I Know What Love Isn'tJoanna Newsom Have One on MeJoe Satriani Surfing With The AlienJohn Frusciante PBX Funicular Intaglio ZoneJohn Mayer Heavier ThingsJohn Mayer Battle StudiesJohn Petrucci Suspended AnimationJonsi and Alex Riceboy SleepsKanye West YeezusKaty Perry One of the BoysKeane Hopes & FearsKeep It Like A Secret Not With A Bang But A WhimperKing Crimson EarthboundKing Crimson Starless and Bible BlackKing Crimson IslandsKings of Leon Live at the O2 London, EnglandKISS GoldKno Death Is SilentKyary Pamyu Pamyu NandacollectionLady Gaga The Fame MonsterLady Gaga The FameLed Zeppelin PresenceLetlive. Fake HistoryLight Bearer LapsusListener Wooden HeartLiving Legends Almost FamousLoscil VersionsLoscil Coast/Range/ArcLou Reed The Blue MaskLove Axe PhenomenomenonsLow Drums and GunsLow Plays Nice PlacesLow The Invisible WayMain Attrakionz 808s and Dark Grapes IIManic Street Preachers The Holy BibleMarina and The Diamonds The Family JewelsMaserati PassagesMastodon RemissionMatchbox Twenty Yourself or Someone Like YouMatthew Good Lights of Endangered SpeciesMeshuggah KolossMetallica MetallicaMetric Live It OutMGMT CongratulationsThis is nothing spectacular but it's definitely not bad. Pretty catchy but overall just
kinda boring. Still, it's probably worth at least a few listens and I could see myself still
enjoying this years later, if only mildly. The last half of the album (from Siberian Breaks
on) is actually pretty rulesauce for the most part.
Oh, and probably one of the worst album covers I've ever seen.Midnight Odyssey Funerals from the Astral SphereMidnight Oil Diesel and DustMinus the Bear OmniMirror To Mirror Body Moving SlowlyMisery Signals ControllerModern American Theatre We Could Make A HouseMogwai Happy Songs for Happy PeopleMogwai Hardcore Will Never Die, But You WillMono GoneMother Mother The SticksMount Eerie Lost WisdomMouse on Mars ParastrophicsMuch Worse Absolute NightmareMudvayne L.D. 50Mumford and Sons BabelIt sounds exactly like the first album. The reaction to it will be, predictably, exactly the same as for the first one.Muse ShowbizNine Inch Nails With TeethNirvana NirvanaNirvana BleachOasis Definitely MaybeOpeth WatershedOpeth HeritageThis album is in desperate need of some moar opeth. It's not bad but there's no way I'll be coming back to this when I could listen to the awesome death-metal stylings of their earlier, superior work like Ghost Reveries and Blackwater Park instead.OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love BelowOwen Ghost TownOwls OwlsP.O.S. Never BetterPanic! At the Disco Pretty. Odd.Passion Pit GossamerPavement Slanted & EnchantedPepe Deluxe Queen of the WaveA really cool album, but it's just not working its magic on me. Musically, the album is very impressive, and the production is close to perfect. For me though, a lot of it comes off as way too cheesy, especially in the vocal department. I enjoy listening to this, especially the first two tracks, but in the end, I'm just not in love with it. Maybe I need some LSD or something, but to me this album is just alright.Perfume Genius Put Your Back N 2 ItPerverse TeslaPhoenix United'funky squaredance' for the god damn win Pink Can't Take Me HomePink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of ReasonPink Floyd Delicate Sound of ThunderPink Floyd MorePink Floyd EchoesPink Martini Splendor in the GrassQueens of the Stone Age Lullabies to ParalyzeR.E.M. Out Of TimeRaekwon Shaolin vs. Wu-TangRed Hot Chili Peppers The Best OfRed Hot Chili Peppers I'm With YouI predict a 3.2 average Red Hot Chili Peppers Freaky StyleyRescuer Some Things You Just Have To Let Go OfRihanna Good Girl Gone BadRihanna Rated RRobyn Body TalkRudimental HomeRush Fly by NightRush FeedbackRush RushSaint Pepsi Hit VibesSerj Tankian Elect the DeadSeven (UK) Walter WhiteShabazz Palaces Black UpShai Hulud Reach Beyond the SunShakira ¿Dónde Están los Ladrones?Simon and Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled WaterSkrillex Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites"Skrillex will never win any critical awards" -- Rudy Klapper, StaffSkrillex My Name Is SkrillexSleepingdog Polar LifeSlipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)Slow Dreams Strange VoicesSmashing Pumpkins EarphoriaSMV ThunderSole and the Skyrider Band PlastiqueSpoon Ga Ga Ga Ga GaSpoon Gimme FictionStars The Five GhostsStars of the Lid Gravitational Pull vs the Desire for an Aquatic LiStars of the Lid Music For Nitrous OxideState Faults Desolate PeaksSteve Vai Passion and WarfareSum 41 ChuckSum 41 Does This Look InfectedSurfer Blood Astro CoastSyd Barrett BarrettSystem of a Down MezmerizeTegan and Sara SainthoodThe All-American Rejects Move AlongThe Ascent of Everest/We All Inherit The Moon The Ascent of Everest/WAITM Split LPIt's a good album. Much of the We All Inherit The Moon side is boring, but there are enough
interesting bits to keep it going. The Ascent Of Everest's side is better: slightly more
dynamic and listenable. There are some pretty poor vocals that hinder their first track
however. I don't know, like I said, it's a good album. Both bands can do better though.The B-52s The B52'sThe Blood Brothers ...Burn, Piano Island, BurnThe Chariot One WingThe Dear Hunter MigrantThe Decemberists The King Is DeadThe Dillinger Escape Plan The Dillinger Escape PlanThe Drift Memory DrawingsThe Fall of Troy DoppelgangerThe Flaming Lips At War With The MysticsThe Flashbulb Love As A Dark HallwayThe Hush Sound Like VinesThe Killers Sam's TownThe Lonely Island IncredibadThe Mars Volta AmputechtureThe Microphones The Glow Pt. 2 (Re-release)The Mountain Goats Taboo VI: The HomecomingThe Mountain Goats Chile De ArbolThe National The NationalThe Offspring AmericanaThe Police Outlandos d'AmourThe Police The Very Best of Sting & The PoliceThe Raconteurs Consolers of the LonelyThe Red Chord Fed Through the Teeth MachineThe Reign Of Kindo This Is What HappensThe Rolling Stones Forty LicksThe Saddest Landscape/Pianos Become The Teeth SplitThe Sheepdogs Learn and BurnThe Stills Oceans Will RiseThe Used The UsedThe White Stripes Icky ThumpThe White Stripes Get Behind Me SatanThe xx CoexistThee Silver Mount Zion Kollaps TradixionalesThrice If We Could Only See Us NowThrice The MySpace TransmissionsThrice Daytrotter SessionsThursday Full CollapseTigers on Trains GrandfatherTim and Eric Awesome Record, Great SongsTOKiMONSTA Half ShadowsToro Y Moi Causers of ThisTrash Talk PlaguesTrent Reznor and Atticus Ross The Social NetworkTwin Shadow ForgetTyler The Creator WolfI hate you all....so, so much. Underoath They're Only Chasing SafetyVampire Weekend ContraVampire Weekend Vampire WeekendVessels HelioscopeWarning Watching from a DistanceWeen 12 Golden Country GreatsWeird Al Yankovic Straight Outta LynwoodWeird Al Yankovic Bad Hair DayWilco The Whole Lovea boring Wilco album, who saw that coming? also, this: http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lr2d9xh1aB1qd37u4o1_500.pngXavier Rudd Food In The BellyYeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your BonesYeah Yeah Yeahs Is IsZach Hill Face TatZazen Boys Zazen Boys IIIZeds Dead Rude Boy2.5 average*NSYNC NSYNC*NSYNC No Strings Attached16Bit Chainsaw Calligraphy The RemixesA Lot Like Birds Conversation PieceAC/DC The Razor's EdgeAC/DC Highway to HellAerosmith Big OnesAFI DecemberundergroundAFI Crash LoveAlexisonfire/Moneen The Switcheroo SeriesAlvin Band Rainbow Roadoh come on Andre Nickatina Conversation With a DevilAtlas Sound LogosAtreyu The CurseAtreyu A Deathgrip On YesterdayAtreyu Suicide Notes And Butterfly KissesAugust Burns Red LevelerAutechre Chiastic SlideAutechre ConfieldAvenged Sevenfold NightmareBaauer Harlem ShakeBackstreet Boys Backstreet's BackBassnectar Divergent SpectrumBaths The NothingWell this was a gigantic let down. The vocals in this are not good at all, which is a shame because the music is, for the most part. In the end, this is average. Not worth repeated listens. I guess I'll go back to 'Cerulean'Beau Navire Life MovesBenny Benassi HypnoticaBeyonce Dangerously In LoveBiffy Clyro Only RevolutionsBlue Rodeo Nowhere to HereBritney Spears ...Baby One More TimeBritney Spears In The ZoneCage The Elephant Thank You Happy BirthdayChildish Gambino CampThe individual songs on this album are actually quite good, but Glover can't seem to decide if he wants to be a hard thug from the hood or the innocent nice guy. He needs to pick one persona and stick with it, and then maybe I could get into his next album. As it stands now though, this album is just too all over the place.Christina Aguilera Back to BasicsChvrches The Bones of What You BelieveClassified Self ExplanatoryDance Gavin Dance HappinessDanger Mouse and Sparklehorse Dark Night of the SoulDeftones White PonyDestroyer KaputtDeVotchKa 100 LoversDot Hacker InhibitionDrake Take CareI'm surprised: this isn't terrible. Still not my thing at all at all but a lot of the tracks are actually really good. Would be a solid 3 if it didn't drag a bit (the album is a little long and feels bloated) and if Lil' Wayne didn't ruin the two tracks he's featured on. Much better than 'Thank Me Later' (which isn't saying much coming from me: I hated that album).Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver LiningsDream Theater Systematic ChaosDropped Flyer Run Far, Now StopEagles Of Death Metal Peace Love Death MetalThis album passes by seamlessly because it's boring as fuck. That being said, the songs are mostly good. Still, I don't like hearing the same thing over and over. I don't get how this could be a side-project from QOTSA because they're anything but boring. Emery We Do What We WantEminem The Eminem ShowEmperor In the Nightside EclipseEnya A Day Without RainEscape the Fate This War Is OursEvery Time I Die Gutter PhenomenonFall Out Boy From Under The Cork TreeFlight of the Conchords I Told You I Was FreakyFoxy Shazam The Church of Rock and RollFranz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinandfun. Some NightsThis guy has a fucking huge mouth. Gallows Grey BritainGenesis We Can't DanceGirls AlbumGOOD Music Cruel SummerKanye is running out of (good) ideas at an alarming rate. Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion IIGwen Stefani The Sweet EscapeHe Is Legend I Am HollywoodHeaven In Her Arms ParaseleneImmortal Technique Revolutionary Volume 1Jack Johnson Sleep Through the StaticJack Johnson To the Seaholy man that is a huge soundoff. Jaga Jazzist Jævla Jazzist Grete StitzJason Mraz We Sing, We Dance, We Steal ThingsJenny and Johnny I'm Having Fun NowKaty Perry Teenage DreamKiD CuDi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. RagerKISS Greatest KISSKorn Follow the LeaderKyuss Blues for the Red SunLCD Soundsystem This Is HappeningLed Zeppelin In Through The Out DoorLed Zeppelin CodaLmfao Sorry For Party RockingLos Campesinos! Romance Is BoringMacklemore and Ryan Lewis The Heist"Is calling this 'album of the year' too ambitious?"
Yes, thanks for asking though!Mastodon Live at the AragonMetallica Death MagneticMika Life in Cartoon MotionMinus the Bear Infinity OverheadMiracle Fortress Five RosesMono For My ParentsMotion City Soundtrack My Dinosaur LifeMr. Bungle Mr BungleMuse The ResistanceWhat, exactly, are Muse resisting with this record? Not a slow decline into the mediocracy of mainstream rock, that's for sure. This is an epic fail of an attempt to produce an epic record.My Epic YetMy Morning Jacket Evil UrgesNacho Picasso For The GloryNe Obliviscaris Portal of INeil Young Psychedelic PillNeurosis Honor Found in DecayNile Annihilation of the WickedNirvana IncesticideNo Age Everything In BetweenOasis Be Here NowOmar S It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do ItOmar S Thank You For Letting Me Be MyselfPanda Bear TomboyPaper Route AbsenceParamore Riot!Portugal. The Man The Satanic SatanistProtest The Hero Search For The TruthQueens of the Stone Age Era VulgarisRadiohead Pablo HoneyRed Hot Chili Peppers One Hot MinuteRed Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili PeppersReso Check 1, 2Rihanna LoudRihanna Talk That TalkRise Against This Is Noise: Canadian Tour EPSage Francis A Healthy DistrustSean Milo ElginSenses Fail The FireSeven (UK) EvolutionSilverstein A Shipwreck in the SandSilverstein Discovering the WaterfrontSkrillex More Monsters and SpritesSlipknot IowaSmashing Pumpkins Machina - The Machines of GodSmashing Pumpkins AdoreSmashing Pumpkins Pisces IscariotSmith Westerns Dye It BlondeSnowing I Could Do Whatever I Wanted If I WantedI know I'll catch hell for this rating probably but I don't know, I really can't get into this guys' voice. It's a good album musically though, for the most part.Soundtrack The MatrixStringer Barksdale Dragonboy Vs. The BeatlesSun Kil Moon Admiral Fell PromisesSunset Rubdown DragonslayerSuzanne Ciani LixiviationSystem of a Down HypnotizeTegan and Sara HeartthrobThe Ascent of Everest From This VantageVery, very disappointing. This album lacks any of the inspired musicianship and aggressive approach of their brilliant album How Lonely Sits The City. I mean, I'll give it another couple of tries but there's no way this touches their earlier work.The Clash London CallingThe Devin Townsend Project DeconstructionThe Jet Age Of Tomorrow Journey to the 5th EchelonThe Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble From the StairwellThe Killers Day & AgeThe Mars Volta NoctourniquetI haven't had access to the internet for the past few days, so I wasn't able to see people's ratings for this start pouring in but I knew that as soon as I logged in to sputnik that this would be really high on the "popular albums" list and would have a rating above 4. Lo and behold: sputnik does not disappoint. If we're being serious though you guys, I mean, come on, this is not that good at all. Lazy instrumentation and below-average production (only the drums sound decent) along with straight up boring songwriting make this The Mars Volta's worst album yet. Silly sputnik with their silly overhyping.The Mountain Goats Hot Garden StompThe Secret Solve Et CoagulaThe Shins Port of MorrowThe Streets A Grand Don't Come For FreeThe String Quartet The String Quartet Tribute to Coldplay: Volume 2First the good: songs that can be played well by a string quartet are chosen and the
melodies are played very nicely.
Now the bad: the covers are too faithful and don't take any liberties with the songs which
can be a bad thing for a cover album. Also, these compositions lack the drive that is
provided by the consistent percussion work of Will Champion on the originals.
Overall, this is still a nice listen as the songs are still good (after all, Coldplay wrote
all but one) but a lack of distinction from the originals (other than the obvious
distinction of an entirely different type of musical performance) and the emptiness left by
the absence of any sort of percussion prevent this album from going anywhere too exciting.The Strokes Is This ItI'm so gonna get a heap o' shit for the rating but I really can't see what's so special here. There are some songs that are nice, but overall it's too much of mess for me to listen to.The Subs SubcultureGeneric, predictable, boring, cliche, but not really "bad" at all, just kind of forgettable. The perfect definition of "average."Thursday Common ExistenceTouche Amore Parting The Sea Between Brightness And MeTrain Drops of JupiterTELL ME, DID YOU SAIL ACROSS THE SUN, DID YOU MAKE IT TO THE MILKY WAY TO SEE THE LIGHTS ALL FADED, AND THAT HEAVEN IS OVERRATEDrTELL MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEETV on the Radio OK CalculatorU2 All That You Can't Leave BehindVan Halen Van HalenWeezer The Green AlbumWilco Wilco (The Album)Wolf Parade Expo 86Wolfmother WolfmotherXanthochroid Blessed He With Boilssome would go so far as to call this FALSE METAL but I am not one of those people Yeasayer Odd BloodYellowcard Southern AirYes Tales from Topographic OceansYngwie Malmsteen Rising Force2.0 poor+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating3 Doors Down 3 Doors Down30 Seconds to Mars A Beautiful LieAerosmith Nine LivesAngels and Airwaves I-EmpireAnti-Flag Die For The GovernmentAvenged Sevenfold Avenged SevenfoldAvril Lavigne Let GoBackstreet Boys UnbreakableBackstreet Boys Black & BlueBang Camaro Bang CamaroBlack Eyed Peas Monkey BusinessBlack Tide Light From AboveBon Iver Daytrotter SessionBon Jovi Slippery When WetBring Me The Horizon SempiternalBritney Spears CircusBritney Spears BritneyBullet For My Valentine Scream, Aim, FireCharli XCX True RomanceChristina Aguilera StrippedChristina Aguilera Christina AguileraChromeo Fancy FootworkThis album fucking sucks ass. The only reason I'm not scoring it lower is because their set at Sasquatch 2011 spurred the biggest and arguably best dance-party of the weekend. But yeah the music is.....not good.Conor Oberst Conor Oberstok you guys hold the phone. this is bogus, enough with the Conor Oberst fellatio, this album sucks mass dick. come on now.Dave Matthews Band EverydayDave Matthews Band Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux KingDeath Grips The Money Storedoes this even go? Deftones Koi No YokanThere was a time when my tastes aligned with what was popular on sputnik a good 80% of the time. Those days are gone......Dinosaur Jr. Without a SoundDiscovery LPDragonForce Sonic FirestormEminem EncoreEminem RelapseEric Clapton Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric ClaptonEscape the Fate Escape the FateFarrah Abraham My Teenage Dream EndedFlo Rida Wild Onesfun. Daytrotter SessionGorillaz Plastic BeachGrave Babies Gouge Your Eyes Out 7"Grave Babies DeathfaceGreen Day American IdiotGuns N' Roses Use Your Illusion IHanson Middle of NowhereHeems Nehru JacketsImagine Dragons Night VisionsIreary Ramyu Ramyu Blazed In A Land of Lightbritesa sad imitation of the Ramyhead and the Irefires' Psychedelic classic Welcome 2 WaglandIron & Wine Ghost on GhostJack Johnson Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for Curious GeorgeJames Blunt Back To BedlamJason Mraz Love Is a Four Letter WordJay-Z Magna Carta... Holy GrailJet Get BornKaiser Chiefs Yours Truly, Angry MobYou know an album is less than great if it takes you three sittings to get all the way through it. This album annoys quickly and get old even more quickly. While it has some redeeming qualities (The Angry Mob is a good song, however unoriginal), they aren't enough to make up for the lackluster tone of the album as well as the blatant unoriginality. I agree with the reviewer when he says that Kaiser Chiefs seem like they're trying to create rock-anthems and that just don't fly. Rock-anthems aren't created by humans; they are given to us by the rock gods in the form of Queen songs. Too many shortcuts on this album to make this anything more than a 2 for me.Kanye West 808s & Heartbreakdude, calm the fuck down with the autotune. I mean that shit is, fuckin ridikalus.Kattoo MotuKeane Under The Iron SeaKorn UntouchablesKrallice Years Past MatterLa Dispute Winter Tour Holiday CD-RThis is really really bad. It's like La Dispute minus all the awesome. Jesus must be rolling over in his grave....Lady Gaga Born This WayLady Gaga The RemixLana Del Rey Born to DieLupe Fiasco LasersMacintosh Plus FLORAL SHOPPEI hate 4chan so, so much. Madonna Like a VirginMajor Lazer Guns Dont Kill People... Lazers DoMaroon 5 Songs About JaneMatt and Kim SidewalksMiley Cyrus BangerzMonoliths. AS220My Morning Jacket CircuitalNew Young Pony Club Fantastic PlayroomNiT GriT Pedro the DestroyerNoah and the Whale The First Days of SpringOFWGKTA The Odd Future TapePink Floyd The Final CutPitbull RebelutionPJ Harvey Let England ShakeRihanna UnapologeticS Club 7 The Greatest Hits Of S Club 7Sabrepulse First CrushWhat is this bs? Silverstein When Broken Is Easily FixedSkrillex LeavingSleep DopesmokerSmashing Pumpkins Machina II - Friends and Enemies of Modern MusicSmashing Pumpkins ZeitgeistSpice Girls SpiceworldSteppenwolf Slow FluxStray From the Path Rising Sunwow this sucks. the vocalist is absolutely dreadful; does he think those "BLAAAH"s actually sound good? it sounds like he's puking, and not in a good way. also, most of the songs are all generic as hell and follow basically the same pattern. thanks for getting my hopes up sputnik (I'm looking at you Scoot).Stringer Barksdale Strictly BusinessTau Tau EyelidsTaylor Swift Speak Now World TourTed Nugent Cat Scratch FeverTenacious D The Pick of DestinyThe All-American Rejects The All-American RejectsThe All-American Rejects When the World Comes DownThe Beatles Yellow SubmarineThe Cab Symphony SoldierThe Fray How to Save a LifeThe Unicorns Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?What the hell is this garbage? "Canada's best band" Excuse me? Even staying within the genre (GY!BE is just too easy), The Unicorns are easily beaten by The Weakerthans. This album isn't even good. I'm so angry at whichever of you it was that thought I would like this. Some OK songs, maybe three or four, but that's it. How does this have a 4.0 average?The Who TommyThe Word Alive DeceiverThievery Corporation Radio RetaliationThe production was too perfect. It sounds like they spent months cleaning away every last little bit of any personality from the record. It's still got some good songs though and it's at least catchy. I want to get into this type of music but I think this was a bad start. It's not terrible though.Three Days Grace One-XThrice Identity CrisisTreble Charger Wide Awake BoredTyler The Creator GoblinU2 How to Dismantle an Atomic BombUsher ConfessionsVan Halen 1984This album gets awarded with the most overrated album of all-time in my books. It's good but Christ the mainstream musical community (especially the guitar-centred one) jizzes in their collective pants anytime Van Halen is mentioned. Personally, this album is too pop-y for me to take seriously as a rock record. I see it more as a hair-metal album. Van Halen Fair WarningVelvet Revolver ContrabandWavves King of the BeachWavves WavvvesWeezer Make BelieveWhite Lies RitualWiz Khalifa Rolling PapersYellowcard Ocean AvenueYellowcard When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes1.5 very poor2 Chainz Based on a T.R.U. StoryAbandon All Ships GeevingAshlee Simpson I Am MeAsking Alexandria Stand Up and ScreamAtreyu Lead Sails Paper AnchorAvril Lavigne The Best Damn ThingBackstreet Boys This Is UsBackstreet Boys Never GoneBest Coast Crazy For YouBest Coast The Only PlaceBlack Eyed Peas The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)Black Veil Brides We Stitch These WoundsBon Jovi Lost HighwayBritney Spears Femme FataleJust awful. This is the sound of Britney Spears trying to become relevant again, and failing miserably. She's trying to sound all dubstep-y, and from a financial standpoint, I can understand why she would choose that route (and by "she" I mean Britney Spears the franchise, not the person). She's trying to get in on a trend that's about to explode and be the next big thing, which is a smart move. Unfortunately for Britney though, the album is pure crap. +.5 for at least trying to do something different from her other albums. Also some of it is kind of catchy in a good way, like I Wanna Go. Most of it is catchy in the "dear GOD please stop raping my brain" sense though. (Drop Dead) Beautiful is honestly one of the worst songs I've ever heard. Just, read this lyric: "You must be b-i-g/Because, you got me hypnotized/Whoever said that beauty's on the inside is a liar/'Cause, what I'm looking at right now/Would make a big girl cry/So fasten up your seatbelt/It's gon' be a bumpy ride." That's so revoltingly bad, I want to puke. Oh I almost forgot, someone needs to tell her that "if I said you had a nice body, would you hold it against me?" was maybe funny at one time, but that was in the early 90s and not for very long.Buckcherry ConfessionsChickenfoot ChickenfootChristina Aguilera My Kind of ChristmasChunk! No, Captain Chunk! Something For NothingCreed Human ClayCrystal Castles Crystal CastlesTo get to where I currently live, I have to walk down this street with two separate shops that play generic reggaeton at obnoxiously loud levels. Usually, this pisses me off as it momentarily stops me from enjoying what I have playing on my iPod. Today, it was a welcome distraction. The vast majority of this album sounds like a computer getting raped. And why, oh why does this need to be over an hour long? There's barely one iota of musical creativity to be found here and nearly every track abuses the same "readymade dance-party" beat. Shitty music for wannabe hipsters with terrible taste.Dave Matthews Band The Central Park ConcertDave Matthews Band Stand UpDavid Guetta Nothing But The BeatDeadmau5 > album title goes here <Never before has an artist or band that I liked had such a dramatic drop in quality over one album. I wanted to like this so badly but it's absolutely awful with nearly no redeeming qualities. The album is choked with eight-minute tracks that have no business being longer than four, and the guest spots are absolutely dreadful (especially on the third track which might be the worst thing I've heard all year). This is the biggest disappointment of 2012, easily.Deadmau5 The VeldtDeath Grips ExmilitaryIT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES GUILLOTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINEDefiler PangaeaDie Antwoord $O$Drake Thank Me Laterdredg Chuckles & Mr. SqueezyEmmure Speaker of the DeadEric Clapton PilgrimFalling In Reverse The Drug In Me Is YouFefe Dobson Fefe DobsonGood Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and DeathGood Charlotte The Young And The HopelessGreen Day 21st Century BreakdownGuns N' Roses The Spaghetti Incident?Hedley HedleyHollywood Undead Swan SongsHot Chelle Rae WhateverJames Blunt Some Kind of TroubleJohn Lennon Unfinished Music No1: Two VirginsIt's kinda hard to rate this album. I mean, the only reason it got produced in the first place is because anything Lennon and Ono touched in the late 60's was gold. Right, so what does it sound like? A bunch of pretentious contemporary bullshit with occasional actual music. I want to give this a 1 but I think it's worth a bump because there are some good ideas here even if they're poorly executed. Plus, they recorded this during the first night they had sex with each other. So that's pretty cool I guess....even though it's still a bunch of nonsensical bullshit.Jonas Brothers It's About TimeKid Rock Devil Without A CauseLenny Kravitz BaptismLmfao Party RockLou Reed and Metallica Lulu"Metal, Post Rock" wtf? where's the post-rock? this album is awful but not as bad as you're all making it out to be. Without Lou Reed's dreadfully out of place vocals this would be a solid 2.Monomate Grand BattleMy God this album is awful. How does this have a 3.8 average rating? What is wrong with you guys?MSTRKRFT Fist of GodAn absolutely shameful display of generic, uninspired electronic dance music. Every beat is the same, and the musical ideas are recycled over and over throughout the album. Not even the (mediocre) guest spots could save this album. What a piece of crap. I am disappoint. Muse The 2nd LawMuse are silly now Noah and the Whale Last Night On EarthOf Montreal Paralytic StalksLooks like I'm the only one so far, but I really really hate this album.Owl City All Things Bright And BeautifulProtest The Hero Sequoia Throne: RemixedR. Kelly UntitledSkrillex BangarangSoundtrack Pokémon: The First Movie SoundtrackSpice Girls SpiceSpice Girls ForeverStar One Victims of the Modern AgeSuicide Silence The CleansingSum 41 Underclass Herosuper FLORENCE jam super FLORENCE jam EPSwedish House Mafia Until OneTed Nugent Ted NugentThe Click Five Greetings from Imrie HouseU2 No Line on the HorizonUsher 8701Wavves WavvesYelawolf RadioactiveYelawolf has potential; he's clearly a skilled rapper. But this album is a dreadful mess of cheesy production and gimmicky guest spots and interludes. 2011's biggest disappointment by a mile.1.0 awful*NSYNC Home For Christmas3OH!3 Streets of Gold50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin'Aqua AquariumAshlee Simpson AutobiographyAttack Attack! (US) Someday Came SuddenlyAWOLNATION Megalithic Symphonyb4-4 b4-4If you get down on me I'll get down on you. I can do anything that you want me to.Britney Spears BlackoutbrokeNCYDE I'm Not A Fan, But The Kids Like It!This is a joke, right? Right? I'm so embarrassed to be part of the generation that allowed garbage like this to be produced. Unlike other horrible, shitty music (Soulja Boy, Simple Plan etc.) I don't even understand the appeal of it: since when do fans of rap or hip-hop like screamo or hardcore or vice versa?
Al Gore lied, global warming isn't ruining the planet, it's these dreadful scene acts. Eww.
Truly unbelievable. brokeNCYDE BC 13 EPBrooks & Dunn Brand New ManBruno Mars Doo-Wops & HooligansBuckcherry FifteenCobra Starship Hot MessCody Simpson 4 UCryptopsy The Unspoken KingDeath Grips No Love Deep Webpenis Design the Skyline Nevaehso so happy that this exists Dot Dot Curve:) Til the Wheels Fall OffDot Dot Curve:) I'm Still HereEtienne Sin The Art of Stealing Heartslegitimate contender for worst album of all time Girls Aloud Out of ControlHeidi Montag SuperficialInsane Clown Posse Bang! Pow! Boom!Jason Derulo Jason DeruloJustin Bieber My WorldJustin Bieber My World 2.0Ke$ha AnimalKevin Federline Playing with FireKid Rock Kid RockMetro Station Metro StationMiley Cyrus BreakoutMillionaires Just Got Paid, Let's Get LaidMillionaires Rated XmasMillionaires Bling Bling Bling!Nickelback All the Right ReasonsIf Sputnik ever needed a reason to allow user ratings of 0.5 and 0, this album is it. This is nothing more than terrible and generic radio rock from a band that doesn't know how to shut the fuck up. I thought that Simple Plan was Canada's greatest shame but now I'm not so sure...Nickelback Dark HorseNickelback Three-Sided CoinNicole Scherzinger Killer LoveOne Direction Up All NightParis Hilton ParisPrussian Blue Fragment Of The FuturePussycat Dolls PCDThis album beautifully epitomizes everything I dislike about popular music in today's society. Recycled beats, lyrics meant to "empower" women sung by mindless barbie dolls with big boobs, and a general lack of any variety or ingenuity make this "band" the most atrocious thing to surface from the boy-band/girl-band trend. For the record, I don't wish my girlfriend was "hot like them." I like my girls non-skanky.Pussycat Dolls Doll DominationR. Kelly Trapped in the Closet (Chapters 1-12)The first time that I saw this, I thought it was a joke. Seriously. The pomposity of this asshole to actually declare that he created a genre with this steaming pile of shit (and yes, he did say that; he called it "hip-hopera"). The lyrics fit the music horribly, just horribly. It's not enough to just write a story and set it to "music" without any thought as to how the two should fit together. Also, the lyrics themselves are just dreadful. He's taken a loosely put together story and extended it to 12 chapters when he's only got enough actual substance for two, maybe three. Sometimes, my sisters and I will sit down and watch the whole thing just so we can piss ourselves laughing for a while. The novelty of it all is almost enough for me to put this up to a 1.5 but then again, fuck that. 1/5 Reba McEntire All The Women I AmSimple Plan Still Not Getting Any...Simple Plan No Pads, No Helmets... Just BallsSimple Plan Simple PlanSkrillex Make It Bun Dem After Hourssucks about as many dicks as you could possibly imagine one Sonny Moore sucking Soulja Boy Souljaboytellem.comSuicide Silence No Time to BleedTaio Cruz RokstarrTeen Hearts The Heart Beat EPThe Notorious B.I.G. Born AgainThese Hearts Forever Ended Yesterdaythis is probably the worst band ever. good job guys, you're worse than BrokeNCYDE and Design the Skyline. Wow, I didn't think that was possible.Waking The Cadaver DemoWaking The Cadaver Perverse Recollections of a Necromanglerwill.i.am #Willpower
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