Average Rating: 4.06
Rating Variance: 0.29
Objectivity Score: 52% (Somewhat Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicAgainst Me! Reinventing Axl RoseReinventing Axl Rose is one of the best albums of the millenium thus far. The music is very raw, yet at the same time very catchy and easily enjoyable. The music is original, and will have you humming the songs hours after listening to them. A definate must buy for anyone who claims to be punk.Weezer PinkertonPinkerton is Weezer's Magnum Opus. While I still like the Blue Album better, this album shows Weezer's song writing skills at their best. Whether it be River's soul searching lyrics, or the well crafted guitar and drums, Pinkerton is an instant classic. I happen to believe that it is the best album of the 90's. Buy this album now.Weezer WeezerThis sounds cliche, but words can't describe how good the Blue Album. Between this and Pinkerton, I would have to say that Pinkerton shows greater musical talent, but the Blue Album still kicks some serious ass. Say It Ain't So is the best song of the 90's, hands down. your money would be well spent on this.4.5 superbDr. Dog We All BelongFugazi 13 SongsFugazi RepeaterFugazi take it to the next level with Repeater. Although 13 songs is still an excellent album, I think Repeater improves upon it with better lyrics and better muscianship. The guitar work on here is simple, but at the same time, very satisfying. Joe Lally isn't Flea, but his bass lines are realy nice and catchy. Brendan just kicks ass all over the place with his drumming. All in all, Repeater is an excellent album because it can be simple at times, and complex at times, but stays catchy and inventive all the time.GZA Liquid SwordsMastodon Blood MountainMastodon have crafted a modern masterpiece with Blood Mountain. The musical talent of this band is apparent, whether it be the sonic, jazz influenced guitars, or the thought provoking lyrics. While Mastodon stay close to their roots, the songs on this album will receive love from those who like things more mainstream. Nas IllmaticRadiohead OK ComputerRush Moving PicturesSaves the Day Stay What You AreSilversun Pickups CarnavasSonic Youth Daydream NationSublime SublimeTexas Is the Reason Do You Know Who You Are?The Fall of Troy DoppelgangerThe Fall of Troy The Fall of TroyThe Mars Volta TremulantThe Mars Volta AmputechtureThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumThe Pax Cecilia Blessed Are The Bonds4.0 excellentAgainst Me! New WaveAgainst Me! Against Me!Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm NotBetween the Buried and Me AlaskaCoheed and Cambria In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3Deftones White PonyGreen Day InsomniacHellcat Records Give 'Em The Boot IVHusker Du Zen ArcadeLifetime LifetimeMastodon LeviathanMaylene and the Sons of Disaster IIMos Def Black on Both SidesMy Morning Jacket OkonokosMy Morning Jacket show with Okonokos that not only can they put out great studio albums, but can also put on a kick ass live show. Okonokos is one of the better live albums I've heard, and I would definatly recommend it.Pearl Jam rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003)Pharoahe Monch DesireRise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessRush Snakes & ArrowsSaves the Day Sound the AlarmSilversun Pickups PikulSmashing Pumpkins Rotten ApplesSocial Distortion Live At The Roxy ClubLive at the Roxie is an excellent live record. The recording quality is great, the music playing is good, and Mike Ness does a good job of interacting with the crowd. This is must for fans of S.D., and a great buy for someone just getting into this band.Sunny Day Real Estate DiaryThe Aquabats The Fury of the Aquabats!The Fall of Troy GhostshipThe Fall of Troy ManipulatorAlthough Manipulator is a great album, I don't believe it is as strong of a release as The Fall of Troy or Doppelganger. TFoT decided to go with a more pop influenced approach, which has extreme hardcore (insert expletive)s crying foul. I appluad TFoT however for trying something different, and not just rehashing the stuff they have been successful with. All in all, Manipulator is a great album, and a must have for any TFoT fan, but for those who are just getting in to them, I would suggest that you start with some of their earlier stuff.Wolfmother Wolfmother3.5 greatDustin Kensrue Please Come HomeMos Def The New DangerNOFX The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)The Aquabats Charge!!The Strokes Room on FireYakuza Samsara3.0 goodKanye West Late RegistrationThe White Stripes The White Stripes2.5 averageWeezer Make BelieveWeezer is dead. That's right everybody, the same Weezer that brought you masterpieces such as The Blue album and Pinkerton, is dead. Make Believe is a peice of steaming hemp rope. Weezer not only sold out with this album, but they did a bad job of selling out. While Beverly Hills is a catchy song, it is very poor as far as musical quality goes. I couldn't find one song on here that was above mediocre. Perfect Situation is my favorite from Make Believe, but it still isn't that good. Let's hope that Weezer either gets it together, and make better music, or break up. Personally after listening to this, I hope they break up.2.0 poorAll That Remains The Fall of IdealsThis album falls short for me. This is the same cookie cutter stuff I've been hearing over and over again. Listening to this record bored me because it is just so repetitive.
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