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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicBon Iver For Emma, Forever AgoAn album you can't really explain since for every listener it will mean something different
to them. Justin Vernon has done something amazing with For Emma, Forever Ago, as
every listener wishes they had there first listen of the album everytime they pressed play.
The depresive tones are quite obvious on For Emma, as the album is full of
heartbreak, but that should not deter listeners from this amazing masterpiece. Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon IverWell fuck me dead. This is almost worth more than any sort of hyperbolic claims that it will receive i.e. give it shit loads. Death Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismBeauty, awe, inspiration, sadness, desperation, love and loss. These are just some of the words that come to mind when listening to Transatlanticism. An album that captures your heart and yanks at it until you give in. Hey Rosetta! SeedsMiles Davis Kind of BlueKind Of Blue is a remarkable album of awe inspiring beauty and amazing musicianship, thus leading us into one of the most influetial jazz albums of all time. Miles Davis creates an amazing aura with his playing sending goose bumps though you each time you listen. Miles Davis Bitches BrewThe album that I grew up with. It took many years of listening over and over for this album to settle in my head as one of the most fantastic creations in the music industry. Dabbling into large amounts of experimentation, this Miles Davis goes where no-one else had. Bitches Brew is an effort, but pays off immensely.Paul Dempsey Everything Is TrueIt's always great when a fabulous front man from a fabulous band decides to go solo. Paul Dempsey has done just that, with his debut solo effort in Everything Is True. A folk/rock tinged album full of wonderful ballads and some slightly rockier tunes, Dempsey has created a wonderful album that will be high up at the end of the year. Rise Against The Sufferer and the WitnessWhat can be said? This album grabs you hook, line and sinker from the opening minutes. The tracks run smoothly into each other with all being as catchy and a great listen as the last!Sigur Ros Takk...Sigur Ros, probably the most innovative and respected band in the Post Rock world. Takk... proves why they are the masters with some amazingly beautiful melodies and rip roaring hooks, an album for the ages. Something For Kate Beautiful SharksSomething For Kate reach perfection with their sophomore release Beautiful Sharks.
The album is full of tender hooks and wistful melodies, and sees Paul Dempsey at the height of his lyrical conviction. Every song hits home and tells a tale that nearly everyone can connect to. Beautiful Sharks is one of my all time favorites. Something For Kate The Official FictionAh, the bliss of Something For Kate's The Official Fiction is something to behold.
While it may not be the most upbeat album, it certainly gives you a surprise with the
sorrowful tones, but is quite heartfelt in it's delivery. An album that I truly adore. The Gaslight Anthem The 59 SoundCatchy and never letting down, The 59' Sound sums up what good rock should sound
like. The Gaslight Anthem have successfully created an album that has inspired a generation
with their brand of hook laden rock, while also borrowing from the greats of yester-year,
The 59' Sound will always keep you coming back for more. The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild HuntI could roll you to hell, I could swim from your heavens
I could drive you so safe, I could walk you to here4.5 superbArcade Fire FuneralFuneral is an album that hits you hard, but is gentle on your ears, making it a
magical experience everytime you begin listening to it. Arcade Fire have meshed together
perfectly rounding out a sound so lusty and loving that you can't help but swoon when the
album plays through. Art Blakey Moanin'Art Blakey is one of the big names in Jazz. While Moanin'
isn't one of his better releases, it was certainly a landmark in Bop Jazz and no Jazz collection should be with out this album.Carus Acoustic At The NorfolkAn essiential for every lover of folk, blues and reggae music. Carus mixes all of these genres together and makes one the most upbeat and saddening albums. For a live album this one of the best.Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner LadyThe Black Saint and the Sinner Lady is just one of those masterpieces that only come around so often. The Black Saint... offers so much for the lover of jazz, from mind bending melodic section to the epic time changes and syncapations. One must be ready to expect everything and anything from this record.Damien Rice OEddie Vedder Into The Wild [Music For The Motion Picture]Elliott Smith XOEminem The Marshall Mathers LPFoals Total Life Foreverfuck, just listen to that guitar tone.
totes magotesFoals Holy FireSeriously, Holy Fire this is good. Inhale(r) this air and give me a buzz about how good it is on My Number on this
Late Night. Lols AOTY Frank Ticheli Sanctuary EPIf there ever was a piece of music that moved me, it's this. Sanctuary is a 12 minute journey to the centre of your heart, filling the voids that gape there with large amounts of emotion and testing your view of the way you feel it, be it sorrowful or emotion of immense joy. It is really open for the listener to perceive. Grizzly Bear VeckatimestVeckatimest, could almost be the perfect album. Having obvious pop roots, the album
varies from slow melodic tracks, with hauntingly beautiful melodies and harmonies to the
straight up pop tracks like 'Two Weeks'. Grizzly Bear have easily produced one of the best
albums of the year and Veckatimest has
definitely lived up to the hype. Grizzly Bear ShieldsHoward Shore The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journeyholy flipping heck this soundtrack is brilliant. Connecting themes from the LoTR trilogy,
and underlying the characters motifs, with their future self is a complete highlight. Howard
Shore is untouchable when it comes to middle earth. The Riddles in the Dark use of the
History of the Ring (found in the Fellowship) is charmingly brilliant. James Blake James BlakeJames Blake OvergrownJeff Buckley GraceJeff Buckley is a man that people swoon over all around the world, and Grace is an album that I swoon over myself. Buckley's amazing voice is the essential element to Grace as it lifts and soars above any other vocalists. Grace is a landmark album, and it is such a shame that we could not see what this marvelous man could conjure up for his next release. John Coltrane A Love SupremeJustin Timberlake The 20/20 ExperienceJustin Vernon HazeltonsBefore Justin Vernon founded the fantastic, Bon Iver, he released this gem. Hazeltons
is an amazing look into the varying amount of stylist variations Vernon can create, as well
as writing some of the most hauntingly beautiful songs I have heard. A definite must for
fans of For Emma, Forever AgoKanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted FantasyKarnivool Sound AwakeKarnivool's sophomore release Sound Awake is truly an epic. While it doesn't have
the hooks that Themata possesed it still drags you in and makes you listen over and
over again. It is a much more progressive album, though this doesn't deter the listener as
it draws you in after each play.A fabulous album that any prog/rock fan will enjoy. Kevin Houben ArcanaLone Wolf The Devil and IM83 Hurry Up, We're DreamingMetallica S&MMiles Davis Sketches of SpainWhile not being Davis' most well known releases, it is certainly one of his best. it may not live up to the standards of Kind of Blue, Bitches Brew and In A Silent Way but it definitely puts its best foot forward. Taking well known spanish folk songs, and turning them in to Jazz numbers, Davis has done a brilliant job. Miles Davis In A Silent WayIn A Silent Way is one of those albums that make you think, and appreciate the music that you are hearing. Miles Davis delivers once again with his potent mix of darkness and beauty forming one of the most prominent jazz releases of our time. Davis is only out done by his own work in, Bitches Brew and Kind of Blue.Millencolin Pennybridge PioneersMillencolin Home From HomeAn album that really brought me out of the pop culture, Home From Home remains a very honest album, yet features some of the best punk hooks around. Modest Mouse Good News For People Who Love Bad NewsMuse AbsolutionMuse hit their straps with the perfectly round 'Absolution.'
The album doesn't contain one filler track (albeit the Intro/Interlude) and keeps you hooked all the way from the opening to the dying seconds of 'Ruled By Secrecy'. Easily Muses coming of age.Muse Origin of SymmetryO'Brother The Death of DayO' Brother is a band that is just to hard to classify in a single genre. They have the catchy hooks of Emery, deep yet sinister harmonies of Mono and melodies that could almost have been written by angels. The Death of Day is truly an awe inspiring album.Paul Kelly Songs From The SouthPaul Kelly is the epitome of Australian music. He writes tales and fables into his compositions. From the lush hooks, to the sorrowfull ballads that make you feel the pain of the protaginist. Songs From The South is the greatest hits collection and is a splendoured rendition to every cd collectors shelf. Powderfinger Odyssey Number FiveRadical Face GhostRelient K mmhmmAt the tender age of 14/15, this album was my life, it brought me through those tough discovery moments and difficult times with girls. It was the album that made life fun, and epitomised summer fun so well. Mmhmm is full of poppy and catchy songs that have meaning after meaning attached to it how ever you perrcieve the album, and each listerner can take something different out of it. Rise Against Siren Song of the Counter CultureThe change that Rise Against made with large risk has worked wonders for this band. Their first major label release is almost a perfect album. Mixing hardcore roots with some of the best hooks around, this album will be spinning for years to come.Robert Rumbelow Night: The Holocaust These three movements could be some of the most haunting and tormenting pieces of music ever recorded by a symphonic band. The three movements based on Elle Weisel's book, Night, delve into the story of the holocaust in three separate parts. The first movement, 'The Evening Air' is very blunt and dark in it's themes, while the second movement 'The Faith of a Child' is about the hope left within Elle, though the third movement 'Darkness Descends' removes all faith, in one of the most darkest destructions of Elle's life with him witnessing the death of his parents. Night is dark in it's themes yet a pleasure to listen to. S. Carey All We GrowSigur Ros med sud i eyrum vio spilum endalaustTo me this is Sigur Ros at the uttermost pinnacle. While ( ) is considered by some the best album, the variation and hooks of me? su? ? eyrum vi? spilum endalaust make it much more outstanding and different to anything the band has done previously. From the soothing falsetto voice to the magical orchestral arrangements, Sigur Ros have produced one of those albums that are just mesmerizing,unforgettable and will stick with you forever.Silje Nes OpticksA quaint and stunning mix of vocals, guitar and post rock-esque flourishes make this simple
minded album an aroma that keeps you in wonder and amazement. Opticks is infused with
blissful melodies that raise the hair on the back of your neck, and keep you swooning for
more. Silversun Pickups CarnavasA mix of Indie and Grunge. Who would have thought? Though Silversun Pickups do the said experiment the perfect justice with Carnavas. An album heavily influenced by shoegaze and indie genres, it hits the spot perfectly. Silversun Pickups Swoon2009 has showed that the Silversun Pickups can top an almost topless record.
Swoon is an the sophomore release from the quartet, and is an album that encompasses
many things; be it the beautiful melodies, shoegaze heavy mid sections of the interesting
but perfect voice of Brain Aubert. Swoon contains no filler, and really rockets along
with up tempo track highlights like 'Panic Switch' and 'The Royal We', plus the gentle
'Catch & Release'. Somehow the Silversun Pickups have outdone themselves, by topping an
extremely impressive debut, and writing one of the
best album of 2009. Something For Kate Leave Your Soul To ScienceCan they do wrong? Apparently not. The Avalanches Since I Left YouThe Beatles Abbey RoadThe Cat Empire Live On EarthLive on Earth is The Cat Empire's first live album, and what a beauty it is! The instrumentation is tight and the vocals are splendid which mix together to create one of the most fantabulous live albums. Major highlights are the cover of Paul Kelly's "Dumb Things" and The Eagles "Hotel California"(Performed in French at the Montereal Jazz Fest)The Gaslight Anthem HandwrittenThe Jezabels Dark StormPretty much just a big swell of an omnipresent emotive evocation-esque like being.rThe Jezabels PrisonerThe Killers Hot FussThe Middle East The Recordings of the Middle EastProbably the best folk release since For Emma, Forever Ago. The Middle East's sound is absolutely stunningly beautiful. A mix between folk, indie and the odd post rocky feel The Recordings of the Middle East is a superb album.The Tallest Man on Earth Shallow GraveThe Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving NowThere's No Leaving Now needed to encapsulate and engage his audience, to take his music to
the next level. He has done this, but to the level beyond anything we could expect. These New Puritans Field of ReedsTitus Andronicus The MonitorTrespassers William Different StarsUgly Casanova 180 Degrees SouthSuperb film and a superb soundtrack also. Conquerors of the Useless is possible the best ideology ive heard in a willVarious Artists (Indie) Dark Was The NightProbably the greatest collaboration to ever be created, Dark Was The Night is 31
tracks with not one bit of filler, making an exceptional listen, featuring some of the best
indie and folk artists going around. Whitley The Submarine4.0 excellentAlexisonfire Watch Out!Anberlin CitiesCities was the first Anberlin album I listened to, and I wish I hadn't. Mainly because they will have to write something incomprehendably good to better Cities. Every song is gripping and all build into the beautiful closer, (*fin). A highly recommended album.Anberlin Dark Is The Way, Light Is A PlaceAnberlin brings a whole new menu to the table, batter to the plate, washing to the line, bowler to the crease, honey to the bear, potato to the gravy with Dark Is The Way, Light Is A Place. And it tastes goooood. Andrew Boysen Jr. A Song For LyndsayBand of Horses Everything All the TimeBaths CeruleanBirds Of Tokyo UniversesBliss N Eso Flying ColoursBluejuice ProblemsBluejuice Head of The HawkBluejuice aren't your usual band. They combine many different genres together and create their own unique kind of music. Head of The Hawk is the bands second release, and what a release it is. Combining all the elements that made their previous album, Problems, so good but dropping the hip hop feel, Head of The Hawk is a more ska/funk tinged album and is worthy of a high placing for album of the year. Bon Iver Blood BankBon Iver Bon Iver In The StudiosBrand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside MeThere really isn't much wrong with this record. The soaring melodies, they punchy bridges, the variance in styles or just the pure emotion coming from the band. The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me is one of those records that hit close to home and bring roar emotion from band to listener. Carus Creature Of HabitCarus CaravanCharles Mingus Mingus Ah UmChet Faker Thinking In TexturesChvrches The Bones of What You BelieveClint Mansell, Kronos Quartet & Mogwai The FountainClosure in Moscow First TempleThis album is infectious! Closure In Moscow pull of one of the best Alternative releases of the year with First Temple . Track after track of hooks, and catchy melodies that make you want more and more. First Temple sets a high standard for anything Closure In Moscow release in the future.Cloud Nothings Attack On MemoryCold War Kids Mine is YoursColdplay Viva La VidaDanilo Perez ProvidenciaDave Holland Conference of the BirdsDave Matthews Band CrashDead Letter Circus Next In LineFor just a 3 track EP, Next In Line gives you a big insight to what talent Dead Letter Circus can showcase, especially with the title track, Next In Line being so catchy. This EP does not have one disapointing moment, except for it's length. One for every Prog/Rock fan. Dead Letter Circus This Is The WarningDuke Ellington Masterpieces By EllingtonEllie Goulding LightsElliott Smith Elliott SmithEmery ...In Shallow Seas We SailEmery are back, and with them they bring one of the most beautifully written albums of 2009 with ...In Shallow Seas We Sail. The songwritting is immense, the lyrical conviction is perfect, while the vocals soar with amazing harmonies and interplay. This album flows like a river bursting at the banks. One of the best albums of the year. Eminem RecoveryEric Hutchinson Sounds Like ThisEskimo Joe Black Fingernails, Red WineFall Out Boy Take This To Your GraveFang Island Fang Islandomg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohs omg whoah-ohsFlight of the Conchords Flight of the ConchordsFlume FlumeFoals AntidotesFrank Ticheli Wild Nights! EPFrank Ticheli Angels in the ArchitectureGeoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu GurrumulGordon Goodwins Big Phat Band XXLGordon Goodwins Big Phat Band The Phat PackGorillaz Demon DaysGotye Like Drawing BloodGotye Making MirrorsGrouplove Never Trust A Happy SongGustav Holst The Planets, Op. 32Hans Zimmer The Pacific (Soundtrack)Probably one of the greatest things Zimmer has scored, as the deep horn tones that he regularly uses come to the fore in this war epic. Hot Chip The WarningImmortal Technique The MartyriNTRiKeT The WoodsIron & Wine Our Endless Numbered DaysIron & Wine Woman KingJamie T Kings and QueensWhile drawing away from his hip hop roots, Jamie T has produced some great indie/folk music that fans from his previous work Panic Prevention will still be able to enjoy. Some hip hop influences still exists, though they are not as strong. Though where Kings and Queens really shines is with its folk based songs, which are quite fantastic. Japandroids Post-NothingPost-Nothing is an album that draws you in from the first listen, yet doesn't seem to wear or get old. Japandroids are a simple two piece garage rock band, who would have thought that this formula could create an album with so many catchy elements and fantastic hooks?Japandroids Celebration RockJohn Butler Trio Sunrise Over SeaJohn Mayer ContinuumKanye West Late RegistrationKarnivool ThemataAn Australian band with the mostest. These guys will rock your socks off with the ability to have intricate time signitures, cacthy choruses and amazing riffs. One of the most prominent bands in Australia at the moment and are dominating the prog rock scene along with COG and The Butterfly Effect. Kidcrash JokesKimbra VowsKings of Leon Come Around SundownCome Around Sundown is what you call a double take. After the stadium rock sounds and rmass following of Only By The Night we were all expecting another step in that rdirection, but yet, Kings of Leon have given us an album that is probably something that you rcould only dream of, an album that is probably one of the best rock offerings in a long rtime. Kings of Leon Mechanical BullLaura Marling I Speak Because I CanA change in sound and direction. Laura Marling has changed the way she writes and it is all for the better. I Speak Because I Can is Laura's growing of age album.Laura Marling A Creature I Don't KnowLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryLinkin Park MeteoraLisa Mitchell WonderWonder sees the dreamy and cute voice of Lisa Mitchell drift through each song in a showing of lovely presented folk/pop. An album that I play on repeat due to it's catchy hooks and tender folk feel. Lorde Pure HeroineMacklemore and Ryan Lewis The HeistManchester Orchestra Mean Everything To NothingAn album that has solidified that Manchester Orchestra are a force to be reckoned with. The groups sophomore release is probably their strongest mixing heaving indie/rock tunes with emotionally touching ballads. Manchester Orchestra Simple MathMatt Corby Into The FlameMetallica Master of PuppetsMetallica Ride the LightningmewithoutYou Brother, SisterMichael Giacchino UpMichael Kamen Band Of Brothers OSTMiles Davis Jack JohnsonMiles Davis Birth Of The CoolMiles Davis NefertitiMiles Davis PangaeaMumford and Sons Sigh No MoreHey,It's okay Adam, It's okay Adam, It's okay Adam, It's okay Adam,It's okay Adam, It's okay
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okay Adam, It's okay Adam, It's okay Adam, It's okay Adam... Muse Black Holes and RevelationsParades Foreign TapesPassion Pit MannersElectro-pop done right, Passion Pit put the catch in catchy and make it impossible for you not to dance to the infectious hooks. Paul Dempsey iTunes Exclusive: Live In SydneyA fantastic live set. Paul Dempsey shows that his angelic voice sounds perfect live.Paul Kelly Stolen ApplesPete Murray See the SunPink Floyd Wish You Were HerePowderfinger Vulture StreetPowderfinger Golden RulePowderfinger have returned, and with their final album they have left the Fanning induced
coma that was their previous recording. The rock sound is back again, and the sing along
choruses and catchy guitar work make a return, giving you, as a listener that burning
sensation of joy. Protest The Hero Kezia"No Woman Is A Whore." Typical... subliminal women's rights messaging. Radiohead OK ComputerRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineRed Hot Chili Peppers By the WayRed Hot Chili Peppers CalifornicationReel Big Fish Cheer Up!Regurgitator UnitRelient K Forget and Not Slow DownRobbie Williams Swing When You're WinningSavage Garden Savage GardenSigur Ros ( )Silversun Pickups Neck of the WoodsSleep Party People Sleep Party PeopleSnow Patrol Eyes OpenSomething For Kate Desert LightsSomething For Kate Elsewhere for 8 MinutesSoundtrack Billy Elliot the MusicalIts like being mollywhopped by sunshin... hang onSum 41 Does This Look InfectedTaylor Swift Speak NowT-Swizzle has got some pipes. Was not expecting the swizzler to produce this gem, oh yeah.The Cat Empire The Cat EmpireThe Cat Empire So Many NightsThe Gaslight Anthem Sink or SwimThe Gaslight Anthem American SlangTo steal a line from The '59 Sound, we all had 'the greatest expectations' coming into the release of American
Slang. And The Gaslight Anthem have not disappointed, with more upbeat and sing-along tunes than previous,
and a slight hint of the punk hooks of the past, American Slang is a joy to listen to. The Middle East I Want That You Are Always HappyThe Roots How I Got OverThe Rubens The RubensThe Shouting Matches GrownassManHarnessing the musicality of three talented members, The Shouting Matches bash and crash their way through a brilliant blues record that shines the light on all things dreary. The Strokes AnglesThe Tallest Man on Earth Sometimes The Blues Is Just A Passing BirdDid we expect anything else from this unexpected release? Kristian Matsson knows nothing other then beauty and perfection in his song writing, and this incredible EP shows that in many ways and makes you swell up inside. The Wiggles Yummy YummyThere comes a time in everyones life where the Wiggles feature, and this a prominent album.
Featuring the hits Toot Toot Chuga Chuga, and Yummy Yummy, you'll be singing for hours with
TOOT TOOT CHUGA CHUGA BIG RED CAR!The Wrens The MeadowlandsU2 The Best Of 1980-1990Underoath Define the Great LineAn album of amazing technicality and songwriting shows why Underoath are the most impressive band in Metalcore today. After the average release of TOCS,to be able to back up with this basically perfect album re-establishes why Underoath are one of the greatest metalcore acts in this decade.Xavier Rudd White MothYouth Lagoon The Year of HibernationYves Klein Blue Ragged and EcstaticYves Klein Blue have put out a contender for indie release of the year. While Ragged and Ecstatic may lack depth, it definitely makes up for it with its catchiness and ripe hooks. Ragged and Ecstatic solidifies that Yves Klein Blue have a bright and promising future in front of them. 3.5 greatAir France No Way DownAlunaGeorge Body MusicAngus & Julia Stone A Book Like ThisArmor For Sleep What To Do When You Are DeadAugust Burns Red MessengersA bunch of christian dudes playing breakdowns right? Wrong. These guys set themselves apart from the rest of the crowd; with a brilliantly techinical drummer in Matt Greiner, above average guitars, talented bass player and an amazing vocalist August Burns Red are able to capture everyones attention with the release of Messengers Avenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenBomb the Music Industry! ScramblesBoy & Bear MoonfireBrand New DaisyCat Power You Are FreeCirca Survive Blue Sky NoiseCity and Colour Bring Me Your LoveCold War Kids Behave YourselfColdplay A Rush of Blood to the HeadColdplay Prospekt's MarchColdplay LeftRightLeftRightLeftColdplay Mylo XylotoCrowded House IntriguerCrystal Castles Crystal Castles IIDixie Chicks Taking The Long WayDo Make Say Think Other TruthsPushing the boundaries of the genre post-rock is quite a hard task, but Do Make Say Think successfully do with Other Truths. Having glimpses of perfection, Do Make Say Think hits the spot with probably the best post-rock album this year. Doug E. Fresh Oh, My God!Ed Kowalczyk Alive"Grace" fooking rules. Album is consistent with a couple other standouts, but yeah "Grace" fooking rules.Ellie Goulding HalcyonEmery The QuestionEskimo Joe A Song Is A CityEskimo Joe InshallaFall Out Boy From Under The Cork TreeFlorence and the Machine LungsFlume and Chet Faker LockjawFour Year Strong Rise Or Die TryingFour Year Strong Enemy of the WorldFrank Stallone Frank Stallonefun. Aim and IgniteGorillaz GorillazGorillaz Plastic BeachHamish & Andy Unessential ListeningHans Zimmer The Dark Knight RisesHilltop Hoods State of the ArtHorse Feathers Thistled SpringHot Chip Made in the DarkHuey Lewis and the News Greatest Hits80's rock all over your ass. Huey Lewis and the News give us something to dance about. Inland Sea TraitorA chirpy and inspiring EP by Inland Sea, with heavenly harmonies and interwoven instrumental work, Traitor is a fantastic release by a up and coming folk band. Innerspace Life on EarthA fantastic debut effort by a small Melbourne rock band. Mixing up electro rock with straight out pop, these guys will keep you dancing or swooning over their ambience and unique song structures. Definitely worth checking out. Jack Penate Everything Is NewJamie T Panic PreventionJimmy Eat World FuturesJohn Butler Trio One Way RoadOne Way Road EP brings a new sound to the JBT, and it is a fantastic sound at that. Jonsi Golucky i have multiple pensis. Because this is rulageJosh Pyke Chimney's AfireJosh Pyke is slowly maturating into a real man. Chimney's Afire sees his song writing sore to a new level, leaving all the self loving stuff back with his debut. Though Pyke lacks the consistency to make this a truly fantastic album. Ladyhawke AnxietyLily Allen It's Not Me, It's YouLisa Mitchell Said One to the OtherLos Campesinos! Hello SadnessMaroon 5 Songs About JaneMatthew Good VancouverMetallica ...And Justice for AllMetallica MetallicaMGMT Oracular SpectacularMiami Horror IlluminationMichael Jackson ThrillerMichel Camilo One More Once://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uv6QB6-QfqM
Yeah, these guys own. Midnight Oil Diesel and DustMillencolin KingwoodMillencolin Machine 15Less punk and more rock, Machine 15 is Millencolin's latest effort, and with it they
bring one of the greatest songs they have written to date in 'Brand New Game'. Muse ShowbizMuse H.A.A.R.PMuse The ResistanceYeah, so? I like this album, so go fuck off. My Jerusalem Gone For GoodAn album that is so obscure, that it's almost normal. A sweet mix of horns and pleasant indie rock makes Gone For Good a joy to listen. Owen New LeavesParamore Riot!Parkway Drive Killing With A SmileWhile they may be border line generic, Parkway Drive gift us with one of the most catchy and enthralling debut albums for a while, in the stale state that we call Metalcore. Killing With A Smile suffers from its monotonous breakdowns and shocking lyrics, though is a fun listen and gives a bit of variation. Paul Dempsey Counterfeits and ForgeriesA great collection of covers played with Dempsey's own twist. Paul Dempsey Fast FriendsWhile just a marketing ploy, this EP is worth the buy since it includes some live tracks, which are performed to the usual Dempsey standard.Peter Combe Peter Combe's Christmas AlbumThis is nostalgia at it's peak. I was listening to this at christmas time when I was in nappies. Peter Combe is the master of all Children album's and he has done something special with his Christmas effort. Phoenix Wolfgang Amadeus PhoenixProtest The Hero FortressProtest The Hero Fortress (Instrumental)Ra Ra Riot The OrchardReel Big Fish Turn the Radio OffRise Against Revolutions Per MinuteS. Carey HoyasSharks No GodsSigur Ros Hvarf/HeimSomething For Kate EcholaliaSparkadia The Great ImpressionSum 41 ChuckTaking Back Sunday Louder NowTaylor Swift FearlessThe Bloody Beetroots RomboramaAn album of fun, yet intriguingly mixed genres. Romborama is a journey to the dance floor, and doesn't disappoint with the heavy beats, though does include a lot of filler. The Blues Brothers Music From The SoundtrackThe ultimate soundtrack, hosting the likes of James Brown, Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin. An amazing movie that changed the face of blues and rock with fantastic collaberation with stars of that moment in time producing never ageing hits.The Butterfly Effect Final Conversation of KingsThe Cat Empire Two ShoesThe Cat Empire are one of those bands that you really cant hate. They seduce with their varying array of salsa, latin and straight out pop rock. Two Shoes, may be full of fun tracks and lovely melodies, but lacks in consistency and trails off towards the end, making the listener lose interest. The Decemberists The Hazards Of LoveThe Killers Sam's TownThe Living End Roll OnThe Living End White NoiseThe Naked and Famous Passive Me, Aggressive YouThe Naked and Famous In Rolling WavesThe Postal Service Give UpThe Presets ApocalypsoThe Red Paintings Feed the Wolf The Rocket Summer Do You FeelThe Temper Trap ConditionsThe Temper Trap, you bastards! The way you write such catchy, hook laden and lovely melodies, with so much ease is just not fair! Conditions is so good with it's wistful harmonies, soaring vocals and guitar delay pedal wankery that it is probably the best sugar coated rock album to be released this year other than fun.'s effort. Conditions is a stellar pop record that gets multiple replays. The Weeknd Echoes of SilenceTim Minchin Ready For This? [DVD]U2 The Joshua TreeUnderoath Survive KaleidoscopeUnderoath Lost in the Sound of SeparationUnderoath successfully backup their title as the best band in modern Metalcore with the
amazing Lost In the Sound In Seperation. Although not as fluent and the song writing
is not as strong the amazing Define The Great Line, this album still destroys any
other bands efforts in this "band of the moment" genre.Wildbirds & Peacedrums HeartcoreWill Smith WilleniumYolanda Be Cool Afro Nuts EPA great debut from the Sydney dance duo, the song Afro Nuts is a catch tune in itself, yet the relentless remixes from other artistes make this worth the listen. 3.0 goodAugust Burns Red ConstellationsConstellations may not be as big as a breakthrough as Underoath's Define The rGreat Line was for the genre of Metalcore, though it strengthens the genres reason for rexsistence and gives it hope. Constellations brings out technical brilliance from reach member of the band, leaving no-one out as Messengers so annoyingly did.Coldplay X & YConverge Axe to FallDavid Bazan Curse Your BranchesEleventh He Reaches London Hollow Be My NameEmpire Of The Sun Walking On A DreamEulogies Here AnonymousFall Out Boy Infinity On HighFleet Foxes Helplessness BluesFoster The People TorchesGyroscope Breed ObsessionHaste the Day Pressure The HingesHow to Dress Well Love RemainsIron & Wine The Sea and the Rhythm EPJason Derulo Jason DeruloA very enjoyable and upbeat debut album from Jason Derulo. Cuts such as "In My Head" and "Ridin Solo" will stick you head all day. Jet Get BornJohn Maus We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of OurselvesKarnivool PersonaKate Miller-Heidke CuriouserKidcrash SnacksJust not as good as Jokes, and they will probably never touch it. But still alright. Leagues LeaguesLisa Mitchell Welcome to the AfternoonLisa Mitchell SpiritusLuke Pickett Blood Money EPmewithoutYou It's All Crazy! It's All False! It's allMisery Signals ControllerMotion City Soundtrack Commit This To MemoryMuse The 2nd LawMy Chemical Romance The Black ParadeParamore Brand New EyesRed Hot Chili Peppers Stadium ArcadiumReel Big Fish Monkeys for Nothin' and The Chimps...Relient K Five Score and Seven Years AgoRelient K Let It Snow, Baby... Let It ReindeerRise Against Appeal to ReasonWhile not hitting the nail on the head like they did with their previous efforts, Appeal rTo Reason is a quality album featuring some of the greatest songs Rise Against have rwritten to date, with 'Savior' being one of them. Though they will need to change it up for rthe next album since they have been getting away with the same formula for to long now. Sarah Blasko As Day Follows NightSavage Garden AffirmationSugar Army The Parallels Amongst OurselvesSwitchfoot The Beautiful LetdownTame Impala InnerspeakerTaylor Swift Speak Now World TourTaylor Swift Redisnt she 23 now? so that song is like relevant for never ever getting back togetherThe Mountain Goats All Eternals DeckThe Used Lies for the LiarsTrain Drops of JupiterThis album mentions deep fried chicken and the best soy latte you ever had. Now thats hip. Wolfmother Wolfmother2.5 averageAll Time Low So Wrong, It's RightArchitecture In Helsinki Moment BendsAugie March Strange BirdAugust Burns Red Thrill SeekerAugust Burns Red HomeAvenged Sevenfold City of EvilBirds Of Tokyo Birds Of TokyoBring Me The Horizon Suicide SeasonConverge Jane DoeCynic Traced in AirDaniel Merriweather Love & WarDeftones Diamond EyesThis is like being mollywopped with sunshi.... oh hang on. Green Day American IdiotHanson Shout It OutHot Chip One Life StandKe$ha AnimalKings of Leon Only By The NightKlaxons Surfing the VoidMemphis May Fire Memphis May FireMemphis May Fire, a band connecting the difference between Underoath and Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster create a southern/metalcore sound that disapoints in varying areas. Though shines in many others, giving this band a bright future. Motion City Soundtrack Even If It Kills MeOh, Sleeper When I Am GodReel Big Fish Everything SucksWhile it was the sporning of some of Reel Big Fish's greatest songs, the recording is dodgey, giving it a luck lustre sound to other albums. Thankfully RBF re - recorded tracks like 'Beer' and 'Hate You' on later releases. Secret And Whisper Teenage FantasySwitchfoot Nothing is SoundThe Amity Affliction High HopesA mediocre EP from the band The Amity Affliction shows that they have room to grow, and have
a bright future ahead of them. High Hopes is full of catchy metalcore breakdowns but
is let down by generic melodic sections and boring interludes. Though it proves that the
Australian metalcore scene has opened right up. The Amity Afflictions next release will most
likely be better, and could be something great. The Cat Empire CinemaThe Devil Wears Prada With Roots Above and Branches BelowThe Rocket Summer Of Men and AngelsA let down to his previous work in Do You Feel. Was hoping for this to be super awesome but it is super average. Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked VulturesThe hype of this band has made the output quite disapointing, yes it may be the one of the better super groups to come out of the decade, though the music just does not live up to the standard of the members. Them Crooked Vultures is just, well, Average. 2.0 poorAsking Alexandria Stand Up and ScreamAttack Attack! (US) Someday Came SuddenlyAugie March Moo, You Bloody ChoirAugie March Sunset StudiesBest Coast Crazy For YouBetween The Buried And Me ColorsBilly Talent Billy Talent IIBlessthefall His Last WalkBring Me The Horizon Count Your BlessingsEnrique Iglesias EuphoriaGreen Day 21st Century BreakdownHaste the Day DreamerI See Stars 3DJet Shine OnMastodon Crack the SkyeRise Against EndgameSean Fournier Oh MySwitchfoot Oh! Gravity.Switchfoot Hello HurricaneTexas In July Salt Of The EarthA metalcore band that takes it's inspiration from August Burns Red to the extreme, and make a complete cookie cutter representation of them. Not showing quite the musicianship that August Burns Red have, making it quite a boring, repetitive and unexciting listen.The Devil Wears Prada PlaguesWhat could be said about Plagues? Well for one thing, it is an improvement on The
Devil Wears Prada's debut LP release, which is not really the greatest of achievements.
Using the same silly formula of ridiculous song names and breakdown, verse, chorus, verse,
breakdown, chorus, outro song structure, this is an album you should avoid like the
plague...The Red Shore Lost VersesThe Word Alive EmpireAnother band on the Fearless record label that is mediocre at best. While having a very
talented bunch of guitarists, The Word Alive doesn't bring anything new to the table for the
genre of metalcore/post hardcore, and what they are doing, they are not doing well. This
band is a prime example for the generic metalcore statement, for a generic genre. Underoath They're Only Chasing SafetyWolfmother Cosmic EggAfter much hope for the bands second release, as soon as the album was titled I knew my hope would have to be strong. Unfortunately for me Wolfmother have failed to change their ways, and produce a howler of an album in, Cosmic Egg1.5 very poorA Day To Remember HomesickAnimal Collective Merriweather Post Pavilionthis is really good, lol jk it's animal collectiveAvenged Sevenfold Avenged SevenfoldBlessthefall WitnessAll the songs sound the same and are so repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative repetative...Devendra Banhart Oh Me Oh My ...Evermore Real LifeEvermore are an annoying group of New Zealand wannabe rock stars that produce some of the most irritating music that I have ever head. While they may have the catchy song now and again, it doesn't bring anything different to the table. Real Life is a snooze fest of attempted hooks and awkward melodies. One to stay away from. Haim Days Are GoneWhat annoys me is that nasally voice, it's like attack of the boogers or some shit Isles and Glaciers The Hearts of Lonely PeopleJet Shaka RockJet, my dear what have you done to yourself? From a debut album that was quite successful, Jet have fallen out of the formula that made them catchy and fun to listen to. Shaka Rock is full of obviously poor attempts to hook the listener in, but fails miserably due to it's poor execution. Oh, Sleeper Son of the MorningWhen I listened to When I Am God I felt that Oh Sleeper had me fairly engaged, though
I still found it a very hashed attempt at a metalcore release. Son Of The Morning, is
well... just a woeful try at being different to the usual, and it fails miserably and lacks
the punch that When I Am God was able to include with a few of its tracks. One Direction Take Me Home1.5 because Harry Styles has stolen Taylor Swift from me. Get a haircut dick. I will love
her like none other. Suicide Silence The CleansingThe Devil Wears Prada Dear Love: A Beautiful DiscordTokio Hotel Humanoid1.0 awfulKevin Rudd The Milky Bar KidThis album is so bad that its like being stabbed in the back by a red head over and over...
c what i did thar?Lindsay Lohan A Little More Personal (Raw)A woeful attempt at creating music. Lindsay Lohan hits the epitome of low with this release.
The album is also aptly titled and connects perfectly with her personality... Lmfao Party RockOut of curiosity I gave this a listen. DON'T BE CURIOUS. Reel Big Fish Greatest Hit... And MoreAn album created by Reel Big Fish's old record label to try and gain money from them leaving, since they owned rights to a few of their songs. Reel Big Fish themselves put out a press release stating that this record should not be purchased. What also makes this horrible is that JIVE records has tried to re-master the songs involved and in doing so have stuffed up the pitch of the horn section, and made the record a very mish mash sounding work. Rogue Traders Here Come The Drums"Here come the drums, here come the drums"
More like, die. Soulja Boy Souljaboytellem.comWhy did I listen to this? That is all
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