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5.0 classic
2Pac Me Against the World
A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory
AC/DC Highway to Hell
AC/DC Back in Black
AFI Sing the Sorrow
Against Me! Reinventing Axl Rose
Agent Orange Living in Darkness
Albert King Born Under A Bad Sign
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Alice in Chains Dirt
Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged
Angry Samoans Back From Samoa
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
AZ Doe or Die
B.B. King Live at the Regal
Bad Brains Bad Brains
Bad Brains Live at CBGB 1982 [DVD]
As someone else once said, if you didn't give this a 5, you didn't watch it.
Bad Religion Suffer
Bauhaus In the Flat Field
One of the most influential albums in the entire canon of post-punk acts that swept across Britain in the early 1980s, Bauhaus created the blueprint for gothic post-punk on their debut release. Yet still after all these years, nothing has ever sounded anything quite like Bauhaus or this album, and it holds up just as aggressive, emotional, abrasive, and brilliant as ever. The vocals range from soft whispering to Peter Murphy screaming his lungs out while the guitar has a gothic drone effect that cannot be matched. Yet somehow on songs like "St. Vitus Dance", they take all of these things and make it DANCEABLE! Truly a landmark album and one of the best of the initial onslaught of post-punk acts, highlights include the amazing "St. Vitus Dance", "Stigmata Martyr", "In the Flat Field" and "Double Dare". If you have even a passing interest in gothic music and/or post-punk, you need this album immediately.
Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill
Beastie Boys Paul's Boutique
Big L Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
Big Star #1 Record
Black Flag Damaged
Black Flag Nervous Breakdown
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Black Star Black Star
Blink-182 Blink-182
Blink-182 Dude Ranch
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Blink-182 The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show
Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Marley and The Wailers Legend
Boogie Down Productions Criminal Minded
Boogie Down Productions By All Means Necessary
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Buffalo Springfield Retrospective
Built to Spill There's Nothing Wrong with Love
Burzum Hvis Lyset Tar Oss
Buzzcocks Singles Going Steady
Can Tago Mago
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band Trout Mask Replica
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band Safe As Milk
Cat Stevens Tea for the Tillerman
Chuck Berry The Great Twenty-Eight
Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll [Soundtrack]
Chuck Berry proves to a new generation that not only does he still have it, but rock and roll is still endlessly in debt to him. Of course it helps when you're joined by the likes of Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Linda Ronstadt, Etta James and many more at various points. rOne of the best live albums ever, capturing a legendary performance.
Chuck Berry Chuck Berry Is on Top
Circle Jerks Group Sex
Circle Takes the Square As the Roots Undo
Coheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Cream Disraeli Gears
Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory
Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Deja Vu
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Crosby, Stills & Nash
Cursive The Ugly Organ
Curtis Mayfield Super Fly
Cypress Hill Black Sunday
Dag Nasty Can I Say/Wig Out at Denko's
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
David Bowie Hunky Dory
David Bowie Low
David Bowie Heroes
De La Soul 3 Feet High and Rising
Dead Kennedys Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
Deftones Around the Fur
Depeche Mode Violator
Depeche Mode Music for the Masses
Descendents Milo Goes to College
Devo Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
Devo Be Stiff
Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me
DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....
DMX It's Dark and Hell Is Hot
Donovan Donovans Greatest Hits
A nearly flawless collection of most of Donovan's best material, it's just one classic after another here, not a single weak spot to be found. Essential listening for anyone with an interest in the folk and psychedelic rock scenes of the 60s and early 70s. Absolute magic.
Dr. Dre The Chronic
Dr. Dre 2001
Eagles Hotel California
Electric Light Orchestra A New World Record
Elliott Smith Either/Or
Elvis Presley The Sun Sessions
Elvis Presley Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley Elvis: 30 #1 Hits
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
EPMD Strictly Business
Eric B and Rakim Paid in Full
Fats Domino Walking to New York: Greatest Hits
Fear The Record
Fear Before Odd How People Shake
The best post-hardcore record of 2004, this album basically is what got me into the genres of post-hardcore, mathcore and screamo in the first place. Every single song is amazing, no way I could ever give this album anything less than a 5. One of the crowning achievements of the entire last decade of punk and metal music in my humble opinion, a classic in every sense of the word.
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Frank Sinatra In The Wee Small Hours
Fugazi 13 Songs
Gang of Four Entertainment!
Gang Starr Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr
Gary Numan The Pleasure Principle
General Public All the Rage
A tour-de-force of 1980's pop with a new wave edge and the almost care-free brilliance of ex-English beat members Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger. Nearly as good as the Beat were at their best, there isn't a moment wasted on this album from the inescapably catchy hit single "Tenderness" to the laid-back cool of tracks like "Never You Done That" or the driving, heart-on-it's-sleeve anthem "Are You Leading Me On?" there really isn't a moment wasted here. Highest recommendation for any fans of new wave, the Beat, fans of 80s music or anyone looking for an achingly catchy pop album. Oh and did I mention that Mick Jones, freshly booted from The Clash, plays lead guitar for half the album (including most of the singles)?
George Harrison All Things Must Pass
Goblin Suspiria
Goblin Profondo Rosso
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Green Day Dookie
GZA Liquid Swords
Hank Williams 40 Greatest Hits
Heatmiser Mic City Sons
Husker Du Zen Arcade
Ice Cube AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Jawbreaker Dear You
Jawbreaker 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Jay-Z Reasonable Doubt
Jeff Buckley Grace
Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow
Jefferson Airplane Volunteers
Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys
Jimmy Eat World Bleed American
John Lennon Imagine
John Lennon John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison
Johnny Cash At San Quentin
Joni Mitchell Blue
Joy Division Closer
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures
Joy Division Substance
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
A serious contender for the greatest live album ever. Everything that made Led Zeppelin the most acclaimed and popular rock band of the 70s as well as one of the most heralded live acts ever can be found within this triple album---the unGodly long jams that routinely went 20-30 minutes yet never got boring for a second, Bonham making his case as the greatest rock drummer ever on his definitive track "Moby Dick", Jimmy Page shredding guitars with violin bows and proving himself as one of the preeminent rock guitarists ever, Jones driving bass lines, and Robert Plant's soaring vocals that define 70s rock as a whole, everything there was to love about this band can be found in the depths of this remarkable album. A must-have for anyone with even a passing interest in that "rock and roll" thing.
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Less Than Jake Pezcore
Not only LTJ's best work, but also one of the best ska albums ever produced, period. The guitar work is uber catchy, the melodies are fantastic, the horns are great, and almost every single song is a winner. It's also far and away their most overtly punk album. Liquor Store, My Very Own Flag, Growing Up on a Couch, and Johnny Quest Thinks We're Sellouts are some of the strongest material the band ever recorded. A borderline classic for some, a beloved favorite to me. Also outstanding summer music, like a lot of ska.
Little Richard Here's Little Richard
Lou Reed Transformer
Love Forever Changes
Love Da Capo
Manic Street Preachers The Holy Bible
Marvin Gaye What's Going On
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Michael Jackson Thriller
Miles Davis Kind of Blue
Minor Threat Complete Discography
Minor Threat In My Eyes
Minor Threat Minor Threat
Minutemen Double Nickels on the Dime
Mission of Burma Signals, Calls, and Marches
Mobb Deep The Infamous
Moby Grape Moby Grape
Modest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded West
Muddy Waters At Newport
My Bloody Valentine Loveless
My Bloody Valentine You Made Me Realise
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton
Nas Illmatic
Neil Young Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
New Order Power, Corruption and Lies
New Order Substance
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral
Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana Nevermind
Nirvana Nirvana
Nirvana Live at Reading
Nirvana Live at the Paramount
There are not enough superlatives for me to heap onto this project so that I could adequately pay justice to the quality and power of the music and this film, so I'll just simply say that this is a "classic" in every definitive sense of that word. This is a time capsule into one of the most important eras of of rock music, and it encapsulates everything that there was and is to love about Cobain and Nirvana all at once with a perfectly performed set of some of their greatest songs. This is the type of concert that legends are, and have been, made of. Happy Halloween Kurt.
Nirvana Live and Loud
Worth any price of admission for the fully electric cover of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World". As someone who has obsessively listened to this band for 20 years and thought there were no hidden gems left, I was wrong. Dead wrong. The guitar shreds and soars and both Kurt and Pat Smear absolutely kill it in an almost unfathomable way. Throw in Kurt's flawed-yet-utterly-perfect vocal harmonies towards the end and you have one of the band's absolute best live performances ever. Oh, and everything else on here is amazing. The band at their creative peak, kicking ass and taking names like only they could.
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Operation Ivy Energy
OutKast Aquemini
Patsy Cline Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits
Heartbreaking. Country music at it's absolute finest from the greatest female singer the genre ever saw. Strange is one of the greatest ballads ever composed.
Paul Simon Graceland
Pearl Jam Ten
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pink Floyd Animals
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pixies Doolittle
Pixies Surfer Rosa
Pixies Come On Pilgrim
Placebo Without You I'm Nothing
Honestly just trying to explain how much this album means to me on a personal level is likely impossible, so all you really need to know is that this is some of the most beautiful, melodic, haunting, dark, and cathartic music to come out of the last 20 years. Brian Molko is inimitable and "Pure Morning", "Brick Shithouse" and obviously "Every You Every Me" are some of his best songs.
Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
R.E.M. Murmur
Radiohead Kid A
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...
Ramones Ramones
Ramones Ramones Mania
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come
Rise Against The Unraveling
Their absolute best work, this is Rise Against at their melodic hardcore best. Everything about this album stands out from the instruments to McIlrath's half-screamed half-crooned vocals and absolutely mesmerizing lyrics, there isn't a weak point to this entire album. "My Life Inside Your Heart" may be the best song RA ever wrote, as it refuses anything less than tearing into your heart and psyche. One of the best modern punk records, period.
Rites of Spring End on End
Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings
Robert Johnson King of the Delta Blues
Roy Orbison Black & White Night
Roy Orbison All-Time Greatest Hits
Run DMC Run DMC
Run DMC Raising Hell
Screeching Weasel My Brain Hurts
An essential cornerstone of pop-punk that defined the genre and influenced an entire generation of imitators. Nobody ever got it better though.
Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks...
Simon and Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water
Simon and Garfunkel Bookends
Simon and Garfunkel Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
Snoop Dogg Doggystyle
Soft Cell Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret
Sonic Youth Daydream Nation
Soundgarden Superunknown
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
A serious candidate for the best grunge record the 90s ever produced, Soundgarden's third album saw the band break out from their Seattle peers in a way only Nirvana or Pearl Jam could claim similar paths to. Just like Nirvana's "Nevermind" and Pearl Jam' "Ten", "Badmotorfinger" is both a slice of it's time and timeless, truly a masterpiece in the world of alternative rock, highlights include...well almost every single track is a highlight really, but "Room a Thousand Years Wide" may just be Soundgarden and Chris Cornell at their very darkest and best. An amazing album that belongs in everyone's collection.
Sublime Sublime
Sublime 40 Oz. to Freedom
System of a Down Toxicity
System of a Down Mezmerize
T.S.O.L. Dance With Me
T.S.O.L. T.S.O.L./Weathered Statues
T.S.O.L. T. S. O. L.
Tears For Fears The Hurting
Television Marquee Moon
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds
The Beatles Revolver
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Beatles The Beatles
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Cars The Cars
The Clash London Calling
The Clash The Clash (US version)
The Clash The Clash
The Cramps Bad Music For Bad People
The Cure Disintegration
The Cure The Head on the Door
The D.O.C. No One Can Do It Better
The Doors Strange Days
The Doors The Doors
The Doors Waiting for the Sun
The English Beat I Just Can't Stop It
The Exploited Troops of Tomorrow
A landmark classic of the entire spectrum of punk, this is both The Exploited and punk rock in general at it's finest, combining incredible little melodies with a raw, blistering form of British punk results in some not only the finest Exploited songs, but some of the best punk songs ever (like "Alternative"). rHighly recommended for anyone with ears and an interest in punk. Truly a classic.
The Go-Go's Beauty and the Beat
An absolute classic of new wave and alternative music of the 1980s, there isn't a solitary wasted moment on the entire LP from the catchy singles "Our Lips Are Sealed" and "We Got the Beat" to the slow-burning rocker "Lust to Love", this is all gold. I legitimately could count on one hand the number of better songs in the 1980s than "Lust to Love", it's that amazing and brilliant.rTruly a classic album, deserving of the five star rating without a doubt. 80s new wave and pop simply did not get any better than this, and neither did the Go-Go's.
The Grateful Dead American Beauty
The Gun Club Fire of Love
The Hives Veni Vidi Vicious
The Jesus and Mary Chain Psychocandy
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
The La's The La's
The Lemonheads It's a Shame About Ray
The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die
The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death
The Offspring Smash
The Police Outlandos d'Amour
The Pretenders Pretenders
The Promise Ring Nothing Feels Good
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The Smiths Louder Than Bombs
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Smiths The Smiths
The Smiths Hatful of Hollow
The Specials Specials
The Stone Roses The Stone Roses
I am appalled by some of the things respected members of this community have said about this album, and how frustratingly wrong they are. This is a classic album in every sense of the word, from the incredibly melodies of "She Bangs the Drums" to the epic magnum opus of rock and roll that is "I Am the Resurrection", this is a classic album in every sense of the word. Don't let the pseudo hipsters who have to go against whatever NME is saying this week try to convince you otherwise, this is a landmark of British rock music and an absolutely STUNNING record from start to finish.
The Stooges Raw Power
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground White Light/White Heat
The Who Who's Next
Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind
Thursday Full Collapse
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits
Tool Aenima
Tubeway Army Replicas
Various Artists Anthology of American Folk Music
The amount of sheer emotion that the artists on this compilation are able to convey in their music is simply astounding. Your heart will break over and over again.
Violent Femmes Violent Femmes
Wall of Voodoo Dark Continent
Weezer Pinkerton
Weezer Weezer
Wire Pink Flag
Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
X Los Angeles

4.5 superb
2Pac All Eyez on Me
7 Seconds The Crew
A Tribe Called Quest Midnight Marauders
A Tribe Called Quest People's Instinctive Travels & The Paths of Rhythm
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
AC/DC AC/DC Live
AFI The Art of Drowning
AFI Black Sails in the Sunset
Against Me! Against Me!
Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues
Amon Tobin Bricolage
Superb drum 'n' bass electronica with a heavy dose of jazz, a hypnotic album that you can easily find yourself lost in. Highlights include "Easy Muffin", "Yasawas", "Creatures", "Defocus" and many others.
Andrew Jackson Jihad Knife Man
Anti-Flag A New Kind Of Army
Anti-Flag Mobilize
Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Arcade Fire The Suburbs
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...
Army Of The Pharaohs The Five Perfect Exertions/War Ensemble
At the Drive-In Vaya
Aus-Rotten The System Works...For Them
Probably their best and most consistent album, this is anarcho-punk at it's absolute fucking finest, in the spirit of bands like Flux of Pink Indians, Subhumans, Crass and others but with a much more hardcore-influenced style than those particular bands. This album is a classic and a must-have for any fan of punk or hardcore, as is most of this group's discography. Get it. Now.
Aus-Rotten Not One Single Fucking Hit Discography
Bad Brains Rock For Light
Bad Brains I Against I
Bad Religion No Control
Bad Religion How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
Basement I Wish I Could Stay Here
Basement Colourmeinkindness
Beck Odelay!
Beck Mellow Gold
Beck Guero
Big Black Atomizer
Big Daddy Kane Long Live The Kane
Big Pun Capital Punishment
Big Star Radio City
Bill Haley Rock Around The Clock
Black Flag The First Four Years
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
Black Sheep A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
Blind Faith Blind Faith
Blink-182 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Blondie Parallel Lines
Blue Cheer Vincebus Eruptum
Blue Oyster Cult Blue Oyster Cult
Blur Parklife
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Bob Dylan The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Live in 1975
Bob Dylan Another Side of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan The Times They Are A-Changin'
Bob Dylan The Basement Tapes
Bomb the Music Industry! Goodbye Cool World!
Brand New Deja Entendu
Brand New Your Favorite Weapon
Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.
Buddy Holly The Chirping Crickets
Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield Again
Camper Van Beethoven Telephone Free Landslide Victory
The weirdest, funnest damn indie record of the 80s, this album is atleast 10 years ahead of it's time. It's astounding that songs as absolutely ridiculous as "The Day Lassie Went to the Moon" or their big hit "Take the Skinheads Bowling" could be so mind-blowingly catchy and listenable. One word best describes this entire record, and it's fun. A landmark indie record of the 80s.
Canned Heat Boogie With Canned Heat
Cat Stevens Teaser and the Firecat
Chevelle Wonder What's Next
Choking Victim No Gods, No Managers
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Comeback Kid Turn it Around
Absolutely amazing album, one of the best hardcore records of the past decade.
Crass Penis Envy
Cream Wheels of Fire
Cream Fresh Cream
Cream 20th Century Masters
Cursive Domestica
Daft Punk Homework
Dag Nasty Can I Say (Reissue)
Dag Nasty Wig Out At Denko's
Every bit as good as their debut, if not quite as essential and influential. Contains some of their best material though in songs like Safe and the title track. Definitely required listening for fans of the post-hardcore emo explosion.
Danger Mouse The Grey Album
David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World
David Bowie Aladdin Sane
David Bowie Station to Station
David Gray White Ladder
De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead
Defeater Travels
Defeater Lost Ground
Deftones White Pony
Depeche Mode Black Celebration
Depeche Mode The Singles 81→85
Devo Freedom of Choice
Dimmu Borgir Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
Dinosaur Jr. Beyond
Dio Holy Diver
Discharge Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing
Discharge Never Again
Donovan Sunshine Superman
Dr. Octagon Dr. Octagonecologyst
Dramarama Cinema Verite
The greatest record of 1985 and possibly the entire decade that no one heard. "Anything, Anything" is a legitimate contender for the single greatest rock song ever written and the rest of the album absolutely blazes with energy, melodicism, and a special kind of punk energy only comparable to similar alternative bands of the time like the Replacements or Husker Du. "Emerald City" will haunt you for weeks on end, as elegant and beautiful a song you will ever hear.rHyperbolic? Perhaps. But this album is really that damned good.
Earl Sweatshirt EARL
Eazy-E Eazy-Duz-It
Echo and The Bunnymen Songs to Learn and Sing
Echo and The Bunnymen Ocean Rain
Eddie Cochran Somethin' Else: Fine Lookin' Hits of Eddie Cochran
Elastica Elastica
Electric Wizard Dopethrone
Elliott Smith Elliott Smith
Elliott Smith Roman Candle
Eric B and Rakim Follow the Leader
Faces Ooh La la
Faces A Nod Is as Good as a Wink...To a Blind Horse
Fatboy Slim You've Come a Long Way, Baby
Fatboy Slim Better Living Through Chemistry
Fear Before Art Damage
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Fugazi The Argument
Fugazi Repeater
Fugees The Score
Gang Starr Daily Operation
Gene Vincent Bluejean Bop!
Gene Vincent Gene Vincent & The Bluecaps
Geto Boys We Can't Be Stopped
Ghostface Killah Ironman
Gin Blossoms New Miserable Experience
Goblin Tenebre OST
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)
Goo Goo Dolls Dizzy Up The Girl
Gorilla Biscuits Start Today
Gorillaz Demon Days
Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep
Green Day International Superhits
Green Day Insomniac
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
Happy Mondays Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches
Have a Nice Life Deathconsciousness
Hawkwind Hall of the Mountain Grill
Hopesfall The Satellite Years
Husker Du New Day Rising
Husker Du Flip Your Wig
Ice Cube Death Certificate
Ice-T O.G. Original Gangster
Ice-T The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What Yo
Incubus Make Yourself
Jane's Addiction Ritual De Lo Habitual
Jawbox For Your Own Special Sweetheart
Jay Reatard Blood Visions
A modern punk classic, Reatard mixes raw garage rock guitars with aggressive punk vocals and energy and ties it all together with superb moments of power-pop cut into the noisy chaos of it's surroundings. An amazing album from an artist that passed away far too soon.
Jay-Z The Blueprint
Jay-Z The Black Album
Jeru the Damaja The Sun Rises in the East
Jethro Tull Aqualung
Jimmy Eat World Clarity
Joe Jackson Look Sharp!
John Lennon Shaved Fish
Johnny Cash American IV: The Man Comes Around
Johnny Cash Johnny Cash With His Hot And Blue Guitar
Kanye West Late Registration
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
KISS Destroyer
KISS Love Gun
KISS Alive!
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Kyuss Blues for the Red Sun
L7 Bricks Are Heavy
La Dispute Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin Celebration Day
Lifetime Jersey's Best Dancers
Limp Bizkit Significant Other
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
LL Cool J Radio
LL Cool J Mama Said Knock You Out
Love Love
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Madness One Step Beyond
Main Source Breaking Atoms
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Mastodon Leviathan
MC5 Kick Out the Jams
MDC Millions Of Dead Cops
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Metallica
Method Man Tical
Michael Jackson Bad
Minor Threat Out of Step
Misfits Earth A.D./Wolf's Blood
Misfits Walk Among Us
Misfits Static Age
Misfits Collection II
Misfits Beware
Misfits Collection I
Mission of Burma Vs.
Mobb Deep Hell on Earth
Modest Mouse The Moon & Antarctica
Modest Mouse This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To..
Morphine Cure for Pain
Mudhoney Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles
My Morning Jacket Z
N.W.A. Efil4zaggin
Nas STILLmatic
Nas It Was Written
Neil Young Rust Never Sleeps
Neil Young Harvest
Neil Young After the Gold Rush
Neuroticfish No Instruments
A superb collection of New Order/Depeche Mode influenced darkwave, really creative stuff that engages you from start to finish with nary a misstep. "Close" and "Skin" would feel right at home on Technique-era New Order, and I mean that in the best possible way because they're amazing songs that make you just want to get up and dance, but almost in a bittersweet manner. Stellar album from an underrated group that carries the torch of the 80s darkwave flame into the 21st century, this is their best release and a forgotten gem.
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
New Order Low-Life
New Order Technique
Nick Drake Pink Moon
Nirvana Bleach
Nirvana Incesticide
Nirvana From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
Nirvana Live! Tonight! Sold Out!!
O.C. Word...Life
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Onyx Bacdafucup
OutKast Stankonia
OutKast Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pavement Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Pavement Slanted and Enchanted
Pennywise Full Circle
Pentagram First Daze Here (The Vintage Collection)
Pete Rock and CL Smooth Mecca and the Soul Brother
Phil Ochs I Ain't Marching Anymore
Placebo Placebo
Primus Sailing the Seas of Cheese
Propagandhi How to Clean Everything
Public Enemy Yo! Bum Rush the Show
Public Enemy Fear of a Black Planet
Quicksilver Messenger Service Happy Trails
R.E.M. Automatic for the People
R.E.M. Reckoning
Radiohead OK Computer
Ramones Rocket to Russia
Ramones Leave Home
Rancid ...And Out Come the Wolves
Rancid Let's Go
Reagan Youth A Collection of Pop Classics
Reagan Youth Volume One
Refused Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent
Richard and Linda Thompson Shoot Out The Lights
Richard Hell & The Voidoids Blank Generation
Richie Havens Mixed Bag
Ricky Nelson Greatest Hits [Capitol 2005]
Rod Stewart Every Picture Tells A Story
Roy Orbison In Dreams
Run DMC King Of Rock
Run DMC Tougher Than Leather
Rush 2112
Santana Santana
Santigold Santogold
Say Anything In Defense of the Genre
Scarface Mr. Scarface Is Back
Scorpions Love At First Sting
Screaming Trees Sweet Oblivion
Senses Fail Let It Enfold You
Simon and Garfunkel Sounds of Silence
Slayer Show No Mercy
Slint Spiderland
Slipknot Slipknot
Small Faces Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
Souls of Mischief 93 'til Infinity
Soundtrack Once More With Feeling
Soundtrack Colors
Amazing slice of late 80s hip hop at it's absolute best. The title track by Ice-T is one of the early gangsta rap anthems and still one the very best, and all over this soundtrack are some of the best artists at the time like Big Daddy Kane, Eric B & Rakim, Kool G. Rap, MC Shan, etc. Includes the infamous Coldcut remix of "Paid in Full" that's an amazing slice of late 80s hip hop DJ work at it's finest. The only thing holding this album back is a goofy attempt at dub sung by none other than the star of the film Sean Penn, under the guise of the "Decadent Dub Team". Otherwise, a nearly perfect soundtrack for a great film that accurately represents the true "sounds of the street" at the time.
Staind Break the Cycle
Stiff Little Fingers Inflammable Material
Streetlight Manifesto Everything Goes Numb
Strung Out Twisted By Design
Subhumans EP-LP
Suede Suede
Suicidal Tendencies Suicidal Tendencies
Suicide Suicide
Supergrass I Should Coco
Taking Back Sunday Tell All Your Friends
Talking Heads Remain in Light
Talking Heads More Songs About Buildings and Food
Talking Heads Talking Heads: 77
Tears For Fears Songs from the Big Chair
Texas Is the Reason Do You Know Who You Are?
The 13th Floor Elevators The Psychedelic Sounds Of...
The Adverts Crossing The Red Sea With The Adverts
The Arrogant Sons of Bitches Three Cheers For Disappointment
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles Let It Be
The Beatles Please Please Me
The Beatles Help!
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 2
The Blues Brothers Music From The Soundtrack
The Byrds Turn! Turn! Turn!
The Byrds Fifth Dimension
The Chemical Brothers Dig Your Own Hole
The Church Starfish
The Cranberries No Need to Argue
The Cranberries Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
The Cult Electric
The Cult Love
The Cult Dreamtime
The Cure Boys Don't Cry
The Cure Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
The Damned Damned Damned Damned
The Decemberists Castaways and Cutouts
The Doors The Soft Parade
The Doors Morrison Hotel
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Doors Absolutely Live
The English Beat Wha'ppen?
The English Beat Special Beat Service
The Exploited Punks Not Dead
The Fall 458489 A-Sides
The Feelies Crazy Rhythms
"Raised Eyebrows" is one of the all time greatest guitar songs, ever, of any genre. That's not exaggeration either, seriously, go listen to it right now, simply one of the best songs of the 1980s if not ever.
The Flaming Lips Transmissions From the Satellite Heart
The Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
The Get Up Kids Four Minute Mile
The Grateful Dead Workingman's Dead
The Grateful Dead The Closing of Winterland
The Hives Tyrannosaurus Hives
The Jam All Mod Cons
The Jam In The City
The Jesus and Mary Chain Darklands
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Libertines Up The Bracket
The Mamas and The Papas If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Let's Face It
The Modern Lovers The Modern Lovers
The Offspring The Offspring
The Offspring Americana
The Prodigy The Fat of the Land
The Replacements Let It Be
The Replacements Tim
The Rolling Stones Between the Buttons
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Selecter Too Much Pressure
Some of the best two-tone ska of it's era, not as good as The Specials or English Beat, but not far off either.
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
The Stooges Fun House
The Stooges The Stooges
The Strokes Is This It
The Suicide Machines Destruction By Definition
The Vandals Peace Thru Vandalism
The Weeknd Echoes of Silence
The White Stripes White Blood Cells
The Who Tommy
The Who Quadrophenia
The Who My Generation
The Zombies Odessey and Oracle
Thrice The Illusion of Safety
Thursday No Devolución
Tiger Army Tiger Army
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Damn The Torpedoes
Tom Waits Rain Dogs
Tomorrow Tomorrow
Some of the best under-the-radar British psychedelia of the 1960s, highlighted by such brilliant tracks as "My White Bicycle" and "Revolution".
Tool Lateralus
Toxic Narcotic Toxic Narcotic: 88-99
UGK Ridin' Dirty
Ultravox Vienna
The title track is one of the most beautiful, haunting, heartbreaking, moving examples of synthpop ever composed. The rest of the album is nearly as good, which means it's utterly brilliant and probably the creative peak of Ultravox.
Ulver Bergtatt - Et eeventyr i 5 capitler
Unwound Leaves Turn Inside You
Unwound Repetition
Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend
Various Artists Cazumbi - African 60s Garage Vol. 1
Mind-blowing obscure hand picked gems from the explosion of garage and psychedelic rock that happened in Africa during the 60s. There's more soul and passion here than on a thousand albums combined. Get your hands on this somehow.
Wavves King of the Beach
Wire Chairs Missing
X Wild Gift
Yazoo Upstairs at Eric's

4.0 excellent
2Pac 2Pacalypse Now
2Pac Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
2Pac Makaveli
311 From Chaos
311 Grassroots
311 311
50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin'
7 Year Bitch ¡Viva Zapata!
7L & Esoteric Soul Purpose
Quite simply put, the sound of the Boston Underground of hip-hop. Fantastic production in the vein of Deltron 3030 and fantastic rapping from Esoteric make this album practically a modern classic in the world of underground hip-hop.
88 Fingers Louie Back On The Streets
88 Fingers Louie The Dom Years
A Flock of Seagulls A Flock of Seagulls
A tour-de-force of new wave and emotion, everyone knows the brilliance of "I Ran" but it's a damn shame not as many know the brilliance of tracks like "Space Age Love Song" and "Modern Love is Automatic", which should have been just as big hits as "I Ran" was if the world were a just place. Don't dismiss this group for their silly haircuts and one-hit-wonder status, this is one of the absolute best new wave albums of the 80s.
A Perfect Circle Thirteenth Step
A Static Lullaby ...And Don't Forget to Breathe
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC High Voltage (International)
Ace of Base The Sign
Adam and the Ants Kings of the Wild Frontier
Adam and the Ants Dirk Wears White Sox
Adolescents Adolescents
AFI All Hallow's
Against Me! As the Eternal Cowboy
Against Me! Crime as Forgiven By
Against Me! Vivida Vis!
Agnostic Front Victim in Pain
Akala Doublethink
Alcest Ecailles De Lune
Alcest Les Voyages De L Ame
Alexisonfire Alexisonfire
Alice in Chains Facelift
Alkaline Trio Goddamnit
All That Remains The Fall of Ideals
Anti-Flag Underground Network
Anti-Flag Die For The Government
Arcade Fire Funeral
Archers of Loaf Icky Mettle
Art Brut Bang Bang Rock & Roll
As I Lay Dying Frail Words Collapse
ASAP Rocky Live.Love.A$AP.
At the Drive-In This Station Is Non-Operational
At the Drive-In Acrobatic Tenement
At the Drive-In In/Casino/Out
Atreyu Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses
AZ Pieces of a Man
Bad Brains Black Dots
Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel
Bad Religion Generator
Bad Religion Bad Religion
Bad Religion Back to the Known
Bad Religion Against the Grain
Balam Balam
Band of Horses Everything All the Time
Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution A Call To Arms
Baroness Yellow and Green
Basement Songs About The Weather
BATS Red In Tooth and Claw
Bauhaus Mask
Bauhaus Bela Lugosi's Dead
Beastie Boys Ill Communication
Beastie Boys Check Your Head
Beck Modern Guilt
Belle and Sebastian The Boy With the Arab Strap
Big Boi Sir Lucious Left Foot
Big Daddy Kane It's A Big Daddy Thing
Big L The Big Picture
Bikini Kill Pussy Whipped
Billy Idol Greatest Hits
Biohazard Urban Discipline
Bjork Homogenic
Black Flag My War
Black Flag Everything Went Black
Black Moon Enta Da Stage
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Bloc Party Silent Alarm
Blondie Blondie
An excellent debut album for the pop-minded new wave outfit Blondie, featuring some of their very best work in the singles "X Offender" and "Rip Her to Shreds". Not their strongest album, but the Blondie formula is introduced here with it's punk aggression, new wave instrumentation and bubblegum pop-minded songwriting. Recommended for fans and newcomers alike.
Bloodhound Gang Hooray For Boobies
Blue Oyster Cult Agents Of Fortune
Blue Oyster Cult Spectres
Blue Oyster Cult Tyranny And Mutation
Blur Blur
Blur The Great Escape
Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline
Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding
Bob Dylan Tempest
Why the fuck isn't there a staff review for this yet? It's excellent.
Bomb the Music Industry! Vacation
Boris Akuma No Uta
Botch We Are the Romans
Box Car Racer Box Car Racer
Braid The Age of Octeen
Braid Frame & Canvas
Brand New Fight Off Your Demons (The Demos)
Brand New Daisy
Brand Nubian One For All
Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music For Airports
Brian Eno Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
Brian Eno Another Green World
Brian Eno Here Come the Warm Jets
Brian Eno Before and After Science
Bright Eyes Lifted or the Story is in the Soil...
Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
Bright Eyes Fevers & Mirrors
Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town
Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen Nebraska
Bruce Springsteen Hammersmith Odeon London '75
Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Bruce Springsteen The River
Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Tom Big Red Letter Day
Burzum Det Som Engang Var
Bush Sixteen Stone
Can Ege Bamyasi
Canned Heat The Very Best Of
Capone-N-Noreaga The War Report
Catch 22 Keasbey Nights
Charizma and Peanut Butter Wolf Big Shots
Childish Gambino Royalty
Chiodos All's Well That Ends Well
Choking Victim Squatta's Paradise
Circle Jerks Wild in the Streets
Cliff Martinez Drive
Coldplay Parachutes
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
Candidate for their best record yet, with the added benefit of being bloody danceable of all things. Vibrant, sweeping, epic, triumphant, perhaps even a little bit transcendent. This is music to listen to while soaring over an electric Paris night sky. Even a random cameo appearance by Rihanna of all people works. Proper review on the way when this is released in the US/UK.
Common Be
Common Rider Last Wave Rockers
Concrete Blonde Bloodletting
Courtney Barnett The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas
An incredible hodge-podge of previously recorded material from one of Australia's most talented new young songwriters. Her lyrics are some of the most witty and immediately gratifying you'll ever hear, and the music is a wonderfully heady mixture of garage psychedelia and indie rock with just a hint of grunge. Keep your eyes on this one.
Crass Stations of the Crass
Creedence Clearwater Revival Willy and the Poor Boys
Creedence Clearwater Revival Bayou Country
Curren$y Pilot Talk
Cypress Hill Cypress Hill
Da Lench Mob Guerillas in tha Mist
How can you not love an album featuring the line "I'm glad that Lincoln got bucked in the face, we shoulda been free in the first place"? Over the top mix of early 90s g-funk with a political side, but all very angry and nihilistic. The title track is a classic example of the early 90s West Coast gangsta rap sound. Worth noting that Ice Cube, who produced the album, is featured on several songs along with an appearance by B-Real of Cypress Hill.
Dance Hall Crashers The Old Record
Dangers Anger
Daniel Johnston Songs of Pain
Daniel Johnston Hi, How Are You
Das EFX Dead Serious
David Bowie Lodger
Deerhunter Halcyon Digest
Defiance, Ohio Share What Ya Got
Defiance, Ohio The Great Depression
Del Shannon Greatest Hits
Deltron 3030 Deltron 3030
Depeche Mode Speak And Spell
Devo Duty Now For The Future
Dinosaur Jr. Dinosaur
Dizzee Rascal Boy In Da Corner
DMX Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood
Duran Duran Rio
Duran Duran Duran Duran
Echo and The Bunnymen Crocodiles
Echo and The Bunnymen Porcupine
Eminem The Eminem Show
Enslaved Axioma Ethica Odini
Fatboy Slim Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars
Fear Before The Always Open Mouth
Feeder Echo Park
Feeder Yesterday Went Too Soon
Feeder Polythene
Finch (US) What It is to Burn
Fine Young Cannibals The Raw and the Cooked
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Damn shame no one remembers the original Fleetwood Mac, the Peter Green fronted version that was probably one of the best damn white blues bands to ever play. Songs like "Shake Your Moneymaker" and "My Heart Beat Like a Hammer" are raw blues-rock at it's absolute finest. Great album that's right up there with any other blues revival rock being produced at the time. Green was such a guitar virtuoso he allegedly even gave BB King the cold sweats upon seeing him live.
Foo Fighters Foo Fighters
Freeway Philadelphia Freeway
From Autumn To Ashes Too Bad You're Beautiful
Fugazi Red Medicine
Game The Documentary
Game The R.E.D. Album
Gang of Four Solid Gold
Gang Starr Moment of Truth
Gang Starr Step in the Arena
Gang Starr Hard to Earn
GBH City Baby Attacked By Rats
Generation X Generation X
Geto Boys The Geto Boys
Glassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted To Know...
Godsmack Godsmack
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...
Goo Goo Dolls A Boy Named Goo
Goodie Mob Soul Food
Gospel The Moon Is a Dead World
Gotye Making Mirrors
Green Day Nimrod
Green Day Kerplunk
Harry Nilsson Nilsson Schmilsson
Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?
Hawthorne Heights The Silence in Black and White
Hopesfall No Wings To Speak Of
Hot Water Music Fuel for the Hate Game
Husker Du Candy Apple Grey
Ice Cube The Predator
Ice-T Power
Immortal Pure Holocaust
Incubus Morning View
Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Isis Oceanic
Jane's Addiction Nothing's Shocking
Janelle Monae The ArchAndroid
Jawbox Novelty
Jawbox Jawbox
Jay-Z In My Lifetime, Vol. 1
Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne
Jefferson Airplane After Bathing at Baxter's
Jimmy Eat World Futures
John Frusciante Shadows Collide with People
John Frusciante Niandra LaDes and Usually Just a T-Shirt
John Frusciante To Record Only Water for Ten Days
John Lennon Rock 'n' Roll
Jon Brion Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
It's hard to describe how much Jon Brion's score and the accompanying tracks that make up this soundtrack album mean to me. Just let it be known that the track entitled "Phone Call" is quite possibly the most beautiful 64 seconds of music I've ever heard.
Jose Gonzalez Veneer
Jose Gonzalez In Our Nature
Jungle Brothers Straight Out The Jungle
Jurassic 5 Quality Control
Jurassic 5 Power in Numbers
Kanye West The College Dropout
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Kavinsky Nightcall
KiD CuDi Man On The Moon: The End Of Day
KiD CuDi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager
It's everything we could have hoped for and so much more. Dark, brooding, experimental, effervescent and ultimately brilliant. This is somehow an even more personal record than his first, reflecting the personal troubles that Cudi has experienced since his first album (mainly his cocaine addiction), and you can hear the sadness, desperation, bravado and torment Cudi releases from his very soul on almost every track. I think it's safe to say this is not only Cudi's best work to date, it's one of the finest hip-hop albums to be released in years.
Kid Rock Devil Without A Cause
KISS KISS
Korn Korn
Kvelertak Kvelertak
Lagwagon Duh
Lauryn Hill The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill
Leftover Crack Fuсk World Trade
Less Than Jake Losing Streak
Less Than Jake Hello Rockview
Lil Wayne No Ceilings
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...
Linkin Park Meteora
Lloyd Banks The Hunger For More
Local H As Good as Dead
Lupe Fiasco Food & Liquor
Lush Split
Lynyrd Skynyrd Gimme Back My Bullets
M.I.A. Kala
M83 Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis The Heist
Madvillain Madvillainy
Manic Street Preachers Everything Must Go
Mansun Six
Mantronix Mantronix: The Album
Marilyn Manson Antichrist Superstar
Marilyn Manson Mechanical Animals
Marilyn Manson Holy Wood
Massive Attack Blue Lines
Master P Ghetto D
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
MellowHype BLACKENEDWHITE
Men at Work Business as Usual
Michael Jackson Off the Wall
Middle Class Out of Vogue
The most important punk record you've probably never heard, this EP by the Middle Class is generally recognized as the first hardcore punk release in the genre's history, and all of the trademarks and building blocks for the scene can be found here: explosive vocals, pulsing guitars and lightning fast drumming. While it isn't particularly the best hardcore record, it's certainly one of the most important and a hidden gem for any fans of punk rock.
Millencolin Pennybridge Pioneers
Millencolin Life On A Plate
Millencolin Same Old Tunes
Mindless Self Indulgence Frankenstein Girls Will...
Modern English After the Snow
Mother Love Bone Mother Love Bone
Motorhead Motörhead
Mudhoney Superfuzz Bigmuff
Mudvayne L.D. 50
Mustard Plug Evildoers Beware!
My Bloody Valentine Feed Me with Your Kiss
My Morning Jacket It Still Moves
Napalm Death Scum
Nas God's Son
Neuroticfish Gelb
Neutral Milk Hotel On Avery Island
New Found Glory Nothing Gold Can Stay
New Order Brotherhood
Nick Drake Five Leaves Left
Nick Drake Bryter Layter
Nine Inch Nails Broken
Nine Inch Nails The Slip
Nirvana With the Lights Out
Nirvana Blew
No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
NOFX The Decline
NOFX 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough
NOFX Punk in Drublic
NOFX Pump Up the Valuum
Norma Jean Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child
Nu Sensae Sundowning
Onyx All We Got Iz Us
OutKast ATLiens
Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard of Ozz
Pantera Cowboys from Hell
Paul Simon Paul Simon
Garfunkel who?

Paul Simon's debut is practically a tangible explosion of creative energy and musicianship from one of the great songwriters of the 60s. Gone are the elegant ballads of Bridge Over Troubled Water, as the opening track "Mother and Child Reunion" is an incredible reggae song (and a Top 5 hit in both the US and the UK) that lets you know from the get-go that Simon had far-ranging eclectic interests beyond the folk-rock he had been known for. He mixes a certifiable maelstrom of music mixing reggae, folk, country, blues, psychedelic rock and pop and proved from the beginning that he had so much more to offer the world after the split of Simon & Garfunkel. This is simply an extraordinary record, and one of the few solo records to have succeeded both commercially and critically as well as Paul Simon did.
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pennywise Pennywise
Peter, Paul, and Mary Peter, Paul, and Mary
The first LP from one of the finest folk acts of the 60s, Peter, Paul, and Mary's self titled debut is an historically important and wonderfully crafted album highlighted by the immortal folk classic "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?", as beautiful and somber as folk has ever been with a timely political message.
Phoenix Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
Pink Floyd Meddle
Pixies Trompe Le Monde
Pixies Bossanova
Placebo Sleeping With Ghosts
Placebo Black Market Music
Porcupine Tree Stupid Dream
Public Enemy Apocalypse 91 The Enemy Strikes Black
Puff Daddy No Way Out
Quiet Riot Metal Health
R.E.M. Document
Radiohead The Bends
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt II
Rancid Life Won't Wait
Reagan Youth Youth Anthems for the New Order
Red Hot Chili Peppers Mother's Milk
Refused The EP Compilation
Roxy Music For Your Pleasure
Roxy Music Stranded
"Mother of Pearl" is quite possibly Roxy Music's finest moment, an absolute stunning epic love song that manages to have not one but two distinct and incredible arrangements amidst the flurry of Ferry's majestic, soaring voice. There are other great moments on this album as well, from the near-punk of "Street Life" to the achingly beautiful ballad "A Song for Europe", this is yet another classic album in the canon of what very well may have been the most important rock band of the 1970s (in terms of pushing the rules and boundaries of the artform).
Saetia A Retrospective
Samiam Clumsy
Say Anything ...Is a Real Boy
Screeching Weasel Boogadaboogadaboogada!
Sebadoh III
Sick of It All Blood,Sweat, & No Tears
Silverchair Frogstomp
Silverchair Neon Ballroom
Silverchair Freak Show
Slick Rick The Great Adventures of Slick Rick
Slick Rick The Art Of Storytelling
Slick Rick's real return to hip-hop after his prison sentence, complete with all star production and guest spots everywhere. Rick's flow is as impeccable as ever, and the production is deeper and richer than his classic first album even if the rhymes aren't always up to the same quality as his old work. You don't go to Rick for lyricism though, you go to him for style, and he's got it in spades here. Underrated album.
Slipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)
Slipknot Iowa
Snuff Snuff Said
Soundgarden Down on the Upside
Soundtrack Friday (Soundtrack)
Steve Earle Copperhead Road
Stevie Nicks Bella Donna
Sublime Second Hand Smoke
Sublime Robbin' the Hood
Swell Maps A Trip to Marineville
Syd Barrett The Madcap Laughs
System of a Down System of a Down
T.I. King
Talib Kweli Quality
Talking Heads Fear of Music
The (International) Noise Conspiracy Survival Sickness
The 13th Floor Elevators Easter Everywhere
The Adicts Songs of Praise
The Adicts Sound of Music
The Aquabats The Fury of the Aquabats!
The Beach Boys Smiley Smile
The Beatles With the Beatles
The Beatles Beatles for Sale
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 1
The Beta Band The Three EPs
The Blood Brothers ...Burn, Piano Island, Burn
The Breeders Last Splash
The Byrds The Notorious Byrd Brothers
The Byrds Sweetheart of the Rodeo
The Byrds Younger Than Yesterday
The Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man
The Cat Empire The Cat Empire
The Chemical Brothers Exit Planet Dust
The Clash Combat Rock
The Clash Give 'Em Enough Rope
The Clash Super Black Market Clash
The Coral The Coral
The Cramps Songs the Lord Taught Us
The Cranberries To the Faithful Departed
The Cult Sonic Temple
The Cure Pornography
The Cure Three Imaginary Boys
The Fall of Troy Doppelganger
The Flaming Lips Clouds Taste Metallic
The Gap Band Gap Band IV
"You Dropped a Bomb On Me" is as good as electrofunk gets. Fuck, it's as good as funk gets. Make sure to check out the incredibly bizarre completely 80s music video.rRest of album is almost as funky. Almost.
The Get Up Kids Something to Write Home About
The Get Up Kids There Are Rules
People giving this a low rating for not being like their older stuff is just bullshit. This is quite possibly their most cohesive and engaging album ever, it grabs you right at the start with the frenetic, nervous energy of "Regent's Court" before doing a total 180 and making their most whimsical and synth-laden song ever in "Shatter Your Lungs", which almost reminds me of good chillwave. Be forewarned, this is a very different band from the emo/pop-punk unit they started out as all those years ago with beloved albums like Four Minute Mile and Something to Write Home About. But that's not a bad thing. These guys have matured, they've grown up, and they've expanded their musical vocabulary. You should do the same and give this album a chance, you won't regret it.
The Grateful Dead Grateful Dead
The Horrors Skying
It's every band from the 80s that you loved, through the drug haze-laced spectacles of the Britpop movement, with a dash or two of classic punk thrown in for good measure. In other words, it's mesmerizing and a contender for album of the year.
The Human League Dare!
The Jam Sound Affects
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Lemonheads Come On Feel the Lemonheads
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Mars Volta Noctourniquet
The Marshall Tucker Band The Marshall Tucker Band
The National Alligator
The National Boxer
The Number Twelve Looks Like You Nuclear, Sad, Nuclear
The Offspring Ixnay on the Hombre
The Pharcyde Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde
The Police Reggatta de Blanc
The Police Synchronicity
The Police Zenyatta Mondatta
The Queers Love Songs for the Retarded
The Replacements Pleased To Meet Me
The Rolling Stones Aftermath
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request
The Roots The Tipping Point
The Smashing Pumpkins Gish
The Smashing Pumpkins Pisces Iscariot
The Smashing Pumpkins Oceania
The Smiths Strangeways, Here We Come
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth
The Weakerthans Fallow
The White Stripes Elephant
The Who The Who Sell Out
The Who A Quick One
Thursday War All the Time
Title Fight Shed
Tool Undertow
Transplants Transplants
U2 The Joshua Tree
U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind
Ultravox Ultravox!
Underoath The Changing of Times
Underoath Define the Great Line
Underoath Disambiguation
Unwound Fake Train
Vampire Weekend Contra
Wall of Voodoo Call of the West
Wavves Afraid of Heights
Wilco Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Wire 154
Wolf Parade Apologies to the Queen Mary
Wu-Tang Clan Wu-Tang Forever

3.5 great
+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating
2Pac Thug Life
3 Doors Down The Better Life
7 Seconds Walk Together, Rock Together
7L & Esoteric Moment of Rarities
88 Fingers Louie Go Away 7"
Debut of one of the very best melodic hardcore punk bands of the 90s, this is 88 Fingers Louie at their fiercest and most reckless. All four songs are great, an exhilarating debut. "There's No Way" and "Intellectual Lover" remain two of my favorite 88 songs to this day.
A Perfect Circle Mer de Noms
AC/DC Powerage
Ace Frehley Ace Frehley
Adam and the Ants Prince Charming
AFI Very Proud of Ya
AFI Decemberunderground
Against Me! Searching for a Former Clarity
Against Me! New Wave
Alice in Chains Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains Sap
Alkaline Trio Maybe I'll Catch Fire
American Football American Football
Amon Tobin Permutation
Amphetamine Discharge I Just Wanna Kiss
Angry Samoans Inside My Brain
Animal Collective Merriweather Post Pavilion
April March Chick Habit
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
At the Drive-In El Gran Orgo
At the Drive-In Alfaro Vive, Carajo!
I'm baffled as to why people don't seem to like this EP more than they do, this is the first example of the true ATDI sound and most of the songs on this EP are awesome, especially "Instigate the Role" which has just an absolutely gnarly riff. Great EP.
Aus-Rotten ...And Now Back To Our Programming
Aus-Rotten Anti-Imperialist
AWOLNATION Megalithic Symphony
Babes In Toyland Spanking Machine
Bad Religion Stranger Than Fiction
Baroness Red Album
Baroness Blue Record
Beanie Sigel Public Enemy #1
Beastie Boys Hello Nasty
Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs
Beck Sea Change
Beck Mutations
Beck Midnite Vultures
This generation's modern chameleon of rock and roll changes his colors again, this time trying his hand at dirty, sexy, funk music, and as usual he succeeds with flying colors, spinning out another pair of gem singles in the album opener "Sexx Laws" and "Mixed Bizness". The horn section goes wild in an almost Motown fashion, Beck's guitar work has never been catchier and he even manages to impress vocally, showing range he had previously never shown in his singing voice. Yet another home run for one of the greatest artists of the last twenty years.
Ben Harper Fight For Your Mind
Berlin Pleasure Victim
Berlin's breakthrough LP is harrowing early 80s synthpop at it's most exploitative, but also at it's finest. Songs like "The Metro" and "Sex (I'm a...)" are definitive songs in the realm of synthpop and new wave. Though best remembered for their smash hit "Take My Breath Away" from the Top Gun soundtrack, this is their best work and is a must-have for any fan of synthpop and/or new wave.
Big L The Archives 1996-2000
Black Flag In My Head
Black Flag Slip It In
Black Flag Who's Got the 10 1/2?
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Black Uhuru 20 Greatest Hits
Blink-182 Cheshire Cat
Blink-182 Buddha
Blink-182 Neighborhoods
Blondie Plastic Letters
Blue Oyster Cult Fire of Unknown Origin
Blur Modern Life Is Rubbish
Blur 13
Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Time Out of Mind
Bob Dylan Modern Times
Bomb the Music Industry! To Leave or Die in Long Island
Bomb the Music Industry! Album Minus Band.
Bomb the Music Industry! Scrambles
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Boris Pink
Botch American Nervoso
Braid Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five
Some of Braid's absolute best work can be found on here. Highlights include "Capricorn", "Three Point Turn", and "Zero Frisco". This band wrote some of the best material of the early 90s emo scene.
Broken Bells Meyrin Fields
Burial Kindred
Butthole Surfers Electriclarryland
Candlebox Candlebox
Cat Stevens Matthew & Son
Cee Lo Green The Lady Killer
Ceremony (USA-CA) Ruined
Childish Gambino Culdesac
Children of the Corn Children of the Corn: The Collector's Edition
CityCop The Hope In Forgiving & Giving Up Hope
Cloudkicker Beacons
Coldplay X & Y
Collective Soul Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid
Comeback Kid Wake The Dead
Converge Petitioning the Empty Sky
Crass The Feeding of the 5000
Cream Goodbye
Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival
Crocodiles Sleep Forever
Crystal Castles Crystal Castles
D12 Devil's Night
Danny Brown The Hybrid
Danny Brown's debut album lives up to the street hype. Tony Yayo's Detroit-based protege sounds confident and assured on every track while he delivers rapid-fire lines musing on everything from Super Nintendo games to drug dealing. The beats are consistently engaging, the production is slick yet still maintains the feeling of an underground release, and there's nary a weak moment to be found. Keep your eyes on Mr. Danny Brown from Detroit ladies and gentlemen, because he has big things in his future and his debut album is a rousing success on almost every front.
David Bowie Diamond Dogs
David Gilmour On An Island
Death Grips Exmilitary
Death Grips The Money Store
Deerhunter Microcastle
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Depeche Mode Some Great Reward
Depeche Mode Construction Time Again
Descendents Everything Sucks
Discharge Why
DMX ...And Then There Was X
Drake So Far Gone
Drake Thank Me Later
Dream Theater Images and Words
Eazy-E It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa
Echo and The Bunnymen Heaven Up Here
Evergreen Terrace Losing All Hope Is Freedom
Fabolous Real Talk
Feeder Comfort In Sound
Fishbone Fishbone
A wonderfully fun and eclectic debut from one of the most versatile bands of it's era, Fishbone's titular EP is more straight-forward ska than the crazy mixture of ska, funk, punk, metal, and rap they'd become known for, but it also contains some of their strongest material. "Party at Ground Zero" is a joyous ska anthem.
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Fugazi End Hits
Fugazi Furniture
Fugazi In on the Kill Taker
Fugazi Steady Diet of Nothing
Gangrene Vodka & Ayahuasca
Underground stoner rap duo goes on a long, strange Ayahausca trip. Hip hop fans profit.
Ghostface Killah Fishscale
Ghostface Killah Supreme Clientele
Glassjaw Coloring Book
Gnarls Barkley St. Elsewhere
Gnarls Barkley The Odd Couple
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
Goldfinger Hang-ups
Goldfinger Goldfinger
Gorillaz Gorillaz
Gorillaz Plastic Beach
Green River Dry As A Bone/Rehab Doll
Groundswell Wave of Popular Feeling
Group Home Livin' Proof
Hawthorne Heights If Only You Were Lonely
Hawthorne Heights Hate
Some of the best music they've ever made, if not the best. The lyrics remain a bit amateurish and sophomoric, but they make up for it in spades with the performances on each song. Perhaps this band can finally win over some of the more ardent post-hardcore/emo fans with this EP. Or maybe not. Either way, it's a great little record and "Hate" might be the best song they've ever made.
Hodgy Beats Untitled
Hot Hot Heat Make Up the Breakdown
Husker Du Everything Falls Apart
Ice Cube Lethal Injection
Ice-T Rhyme Pays
Jawbreaker Bivouac
Jawbreaker Unfun
Jawbreaker Etc.
Jay Reatard Watch Me Fall
Jay Reatard Singles 06-07
Jay Reatard Matador Singles '08
Jay-Z Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life
Jeru the Damaja Wrath of the Math
Jimmy Eat World Static Prevails
Jimmy Eat World Singles
John Grant Queen Of Denmark
John Lennon Double Fantasy
Kanye West Graduation
Kendrick Lamar Section.80
KISS Rock and Roll Over
KISS Dressed to Kill
Kno Death Is Silent
Korn Issues
Korn Follow the Leader
Kurt Vile Childish Prodigy
La Dispute Rooms of the House
Led Zeppelin In Through the Out Door
Leftover Crack Mediocre Generica
Lenny Kravitz Are You Gonna Go My Way
Lenny Kravitz 5
Less Than Jake Losers, Kings and Other Things We Don't Understand
Lifetime Hello Bastards
Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all$
Linkin Park Reanimation
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Lupe Fiasco The Cool
M.I.A. Arular
M83 Dead Cities, Red Seas and Lost Ghosts
Manners Pale Blue Light
Marilyn Manson Born Villain
MC Ren Kizz My Black Azz
MC Ren Shock of the Hour
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Metallica Death Magnetic
MGMT Oracular Spectacular
MGMT Congratulations
Michael Jackson Dangerous
Mobb Deep Murda Muzik
Motley Crue Dr. Feelgood
Mouth Sewn Shut Doomed Future Today
My Morning Jacket At Dawn
N.W.A. 100 Miles and Runnin'
Nas Hip Hop Is Dead
Nas Life Is Good
Neil Sedaka Oh Carol!
Neil Young Freedom
New Found Glory New Found Glory
New Order Movement
New Order Get Ready
"Crystal" starts the album off with a bang as it's the best song New Order has recorded in over a decade when it was released in 2001. The rest of the album delivers the goods as well, showing a spirited, reinvigorated group of musicians returning to their roots and producing some of their very best songs in many years in the process. Highly recommended for both New Order fans and newcomers alike. Also worth noting that Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins fame and Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream fame have guest appearances on the album, Corgan's in particular is excellent.
Nicola Roberts Cinderella's Eyes
Nine Inch Nails With Teeth
Nine Inch Nails Year Zero
Nirvana Hormoaning
No Doubt Return of Saturn
NOFX So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes
NOFX White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean
Oasis The Masterplan
Off Minor The Heat Death of the Universe
OMC How Bizarre
A wonderful record that unfortunately isn't remembered as much as it should be outside of OMC's native New Zealand. Everyone remembers the smash hit "How Bizarre", and it remains one of the best pop songs of the 90s with a carefree summertime feeling to it that permeates every facet of this record, making the entire album a pleasure to listen to. OMC mixes rock, rap, electronica, and even worldbeat and folk while always maintaining a keen and structured pop songwriting sensibility. A nostalgic gem from the 90s that has remained a part of my playlist for many years.
Orange Juice Rip It Up
How great is that title track? Seriously. Just try not to tap your foot or bob your head. Just try.
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Papa Roach Infest
Pearl Jam Binaural
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pg. 99 Document #8
Pierce the Veil A Flair for the Dramatic
Pink Floyd A Saucerful of Secrets
Placebo Meds
Placebo Covers
Porcupine Tree In Absentia
Porno For Pyros Porno For Pyros
I firmly stand by the belief that "Pets" is the best song Perry Farrell ever wrote.
Primus Tales from the Punchbowl
Pusha T Fear of God II: Let Us Pray
Imagine if Kanye West was actually a gangsta rapper and you pretty much have this album here. GOOD Music for sure, in the vein of Kanye and CuDi but a bit more grim.
R.E.M. Out Of Time
R.E.M. Accelerate
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead The King of Limbs
This is the Radiohead I love. Experimental, beautiful, haunting, emotional. As great as the group is I've always found them a bit overrated, feeling that their epic ballads were sometimes quite sterile, but this album just clicked with me from start to finish. While some say it's a return to the Kid A sound, it's more than that, it's a progression of that and it's both fresh and unique. There are some amazing songs on here, mainly "Bloom", "Codex", and "Separator", but all of the songs are good really. Maybe it helps that I first listened to it on a rainy Monday afternoon so the downtempo mood was appropriate. rTheir best since Amnesiac.
Ramones Road to Ruin
Rancid Rancid [2000]
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Redman Whut? Thee Album
Reflection Eternal The RE:Union Mixtape
Refused This Just Might Be... the Truth
Roxy Music Roxy Music
Roy Orbison Crying
Roy Orbison Lonely and Blue
Run DMC Down With The King
Most of the album is average at best, but the title track is the best song Run DMC ever wrote in the 90s, yeah they were kind of out of their element trying the "gangsta rap" phase, but "Down With the King" still hits HARD after all these years and is their last truly great song.
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels
Rush Clockwork Angels
Say Anything Menorah/Majora
Say Anything Say Anything
Shpongle Nothing Lasts... But Nothing Is Lost
Silverchair Diorama
Silverstein Rescue
Simon and Garfunkel Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.
Soulfly Soulfly
Soundgarden Ultramega OK
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Soundtrack Batman Forever
Soundtrack Inglourious Basterds Motion Picture Soundtrack
Notable mainly for featuring some amazing Ennio Morricone pieces that have been reused for the film.
Soundtrack Inside Llewyn Davis
Squirtgun Squirtgun
Sum 41 All Killer No Filler
Syd Barrett Barrett
System of a Down Steal This Album!
System of a Down Hypnotize
Tha Dogg Pound Dogg Food
The Avalanches Since I Left You
The Birthday Party The Birthday Party
The Black Angels Passover
The Boys Next Door Door, Door
The Cars Candy-O
The Casualties Die Hards
The Clash Sandinista!
The Cramps Psychedelic Jungle
The Cure Seventeen Seconds
The Cure Faith
The Cure Wish
The Cure Japanese Whispers
The Diplomats Diplomatic Immunity 2
The Grateful Dead In the Dark
The Grateful Dead Anthem of The Sun
The Hives Barely Legal
The Hives Lex Hives
In a day and age where every rock band is trying to be experimental and alternative and indie and different it's good to know The Hives are still kicking out straight up, no frills garage rock with some heart to it. There will always be a place for that kind of rock and roll band.
The Horrors Primary Colours
The Jam This Is The Modern World
The Jam The Gift
The Jesus and Mary Chain Honey's Dead
The Killers Sam's Town
The Killing Tree Bury Me at Make-Out Creek
The Lemonheads Lick
The LOX Money, Power & Respect
The Marshall Tucker Band Where We All Belong
The Morning Benders Big Echo
The Number Twelve Looks Like You Put On Your Rosy Red Glasses
The Raconteurs Broken Boy Soldiers
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones
Great representation of what The Stones were all about in their early days, which was working-class rhythm and blues. You really won't find a better collection of cover songs from this era or any, raw rock and roll at it's finest. I toyed with a 4.5 and a 5 rating, but then I remembered the absolute brilliance of "Tell Me", one of the Stones very first original songs that plays like The Ronettes were a rock and roll band and I had to go ahead and give this album the full five star treatment. Before the legend of the Rolling Stones, there was this---the dirty, funky rock and roll band.
The Rolling Stones 12 x 5
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No.2
Their version of Solomon Burke's "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" is the greatest version ever in my opinion. Great album all around.
The Rolling Stones December's Children (And Everybody's)
The Roots undun
The Smoke It's Smoke Time
The Strokes Room on Fire
The Who The Who by Numbers
The Who Who Are You
The Wonder Years The Upsides
Thursday Waiting
Titus Andronicus The Monitor
Tool 10,000 Days
Toto Toto IV
Really has not stood up as well over the years despite the critical and commercial orgasm the country had for this album when it came out, but it's well worth your time if only for the utter brilliance that is "Africa", which might just contain some of the best vocal harmonizing in rock history this side of the Beach Boys.
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
U2 War
Underoath They're Only Chasing Safety
Underoath Lost in the Sound of Separation
Unwritten Law Elva
Violent Femmes Hallowed Ground
Wavves Life Sux
Weezer Maladroit
Weezer Death to False Metal
Weird Al Yankovic Running With Scissors
Young Buck Straight Outta Cashville
Young the Giant Young the Giant

3.0 good
12 Stones 12 Stones
50 Cent The Massacre
50 Cent Power of the Dollar
7 Seconds New Wind
88 Fingers Louie Behind Bars
AC/DC Stiff Upper Lip
AFI Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes
AFI Burials
Against Me! The Disco Before the Breakdown
Agent Orange Sonic Snake Session
Alcest Souvenirs d'un autre Monde
Anti-Flag The General Strike
Arctic Monkeys Humbug
Aus-Rotten The Rotten Agenda
Bad Religion Into the Unknown
Bad Religion The Dissent of Man
Band of Skulls Baby Darling Doll Face Honey
BATS Cruel Sea Scientist
Bayside Bayside
Beach House Teen Dream
Beck The Information
Black Flag Loose Nut
Black Sabbath 13
Blink-182 Dogs Eating Dogs
Blondie Eat to the Beat
Blur Think Tank
Blur Leisure
Bob Dylan Love and Theft
Bomb the Music Industry! Get Warmer
Boredoms Super Ae
Braid Movie Music Vol. One
Braid Movie Music, Vol. 2
Brand New Holiday
Brand New and Safety In Numbers Split
Broken Bells Broken Bells
Caribou Swim
Cashis The County Hound EP
Don't listen to "TheIllmatics", this is a solid debut EP from a talented young artist. He deals with the same cliched gangster-isms of the hardcore rap genre, true, but he does it with a flair a dark sense of realism that is reminiscent of the work of Notorious B.I.G. in a way, particularly on the spectacular track "Thoughts of Suicide". There are hints of true artistry and complexity through-out this EP, and it gives me great hope for the future of this rapper. Highly recommended to all serious hip-hop fans, especially those who enjoy the works of Eminem, Biggie, Tupac, Dre, and all the other hardcore rap classics.
Childish Gambino Camp
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Cloud Cult Advice from the Happy Hippopotamus
Converge Jane Doe
Converge Halo in a Haystack
Crazy Town The Gift of Game
Creed My Own Prison
CunninLynguists Oneirology
David Guetta One Love
Depeche Mode A Broken Frame
Desire (CAN) II
Disturbed The Sickness
DJ Khaled Listennn... the Album
"Grammy Family" is absolutely stellar, a jaw-dropping single with an unbelievably smooth and catchy beat. Rest of the album ranges from average to great, the guest spots are frequently switched up so it never feels stale or repetitive, overall a very good debut for DJ Khaled here. Did I mention how good "Grammy Family" is?
DMX Grand Champ
DMX The Great Depression
Drowning Pool Sinner
Eazy-E 5150: Home 4 tha Sick
Eminem Encore
Eminem Infinite
Eminem Recovery
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Every Time I Die Ex Lives
Filter Short Bus
Fine Young Cannibals Fine Young Cannibals
Flobots Fight With Tools
Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose
From First to Last Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body...
G-Unit Beg For Mercy
Godsmack Awake
Good Charlotte Good Charlotte
Green Day Warning
Green Day Shenanigans
Green Day ¡UNO!
Guthrie Govan Erotic Cakes
Hanson Middle of Nowhere
Hawthorne Heights Hope
Hollywood Undead Swan Songs
Integrity Those Who Fear Tomorrow
Iwrestledabearonce It's All Happening
Jay-Z Vol. 3: Life and Times of S. Carter
Jay-Z and Linkin Park Collision Course
Jimmy Eat World Stay on My Side Tonight
Jimmy Eat World Chase This Light
Jimmy Eat World Invented
Kid Rock History Of Rock
KISS Hotter Than Hell
Korn Life Is Peachy
Led Zeppelin Coda
Led Zeppelin Presence
Lenny Kravitz Let Love Rule
Lil Wyte Doubt Me Now
Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra
Local H Pack Up the Cats
Love Four Sail
M.I.A. Maya
Manic Street Preachers Gold Against The Soul
Manic Street Preachers This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours
Manic Street Preachers Generation Terrorists
Marilyn Manson The Golden Age of Grotesque
Marilyn Manson Portrait of an American Family
Mase Harlem World
Maybach Music Group Self Made Vol. 1
BITCH IMA BOSS
Megadeth Youthanasia
Metallica Garage Inc.
Mike G ALI
Ministry With Sympathy
Mobb Deep Black Cocaine
Murderdolls Beyond The Valley of the Murderdolls
My Morning Jacket The Tennessee Fire
My Morning Jacket Evil Urges
N.W.A. N.W.A. and the Posse
Nas I Am...
New Order Republic
New Order Waiting for the Siren's Call
No Age Everything In Between
Orgy Candyass
OutKast Idlewild
Pearl Jam Riot Act
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Pendulum Hold Your Colour
Placebo Battle For The Sun
Placebo B3
Proof Searching for Jerry Garcia
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Radiohead In Rainbows
Ratt Out of the Cellar
Reagan Youth Volume Two
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Refused The Demo Compilation
Rockwell Somebody's Watching Me
Fun and all kinds of funky, Rockwell's Somebody's Watching Me is one heck of a fun relic from the 80s, mixing up rock, soul, dance, and R&B under the Motown label to create a well-crafted album of tunes to dance to. It helps when Michael Jackson sings the hook of your single ("Somebody's Watching Me") and it hits number one for five weeks straight on the R&B charts as well. The paranoid single is undoubtedly the highlight, but the whole album is worth a spin if you're feeling nostalgic for the 80s.
Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear
Seven Mary Three American Standard
Shpongle Are You Shpongled?
Simple Plan No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
Soen Cognitive
Spirit Caravan Jug Fulla Sun
Fun Sabbath worship side-project of St. Vitus' Wino, derivative but enjoyable even if their drummer is a dick.
Sublime with Rome Yours Truly
Talk Talk It's My Life
The All-American Rejects The All-American Rejects
The Antlers Hospice
The Arrogant Sons of Bitches Built to Fail
The raw, chaotic, but fun early beginnings of The Arrogant Bastards. Not essential but it has it's merits.
The Byrds Ballad of Easy Rider
The Cure The Top
The Grateful Dead Shakedown Street
The Hives Black And White Album
The Jesus and Mary Chain Stoned & Dethroned
The Jesus and Mary Chain Automatic
The Killers Day & Age
The Marshall Tucker Band A New Life
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Pay Attention
The Offspring Conspiracy of One
The Police Ghost in the Machine
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones, Now!
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
The Who Endless Wire
Tool Opiate
Trio Trio
Da Da Da might be the dumbest, simplest, catchiest song ever. It will work it's way into your brain and stay there for weeks. Nifty German new wave.
U2 The Unforgettable Fire
Violent Femmes Freak Magnet
Weezer The Green Album
Weezer The Red Album
Weezer Hurley
Will Smith Big Willie Style
Wolfmother Wolfmother
WZRD WZRD

2.5 average
50 Cent The Big 10 [Mixtape]
AFI Answer That and Stay Fashionable
AFI Crash Love
Against Me! White Crosses
Aqua Aquarium
At the Drive-In Hell Paso
Blue Murder Blue Murder
Bob Dylan Together Through Life
Creed Human Clay
Currensy and Wiz Khalifa How Fly
Dr. Dre Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath
Eminem Relapse
Good Charlotte The Young And The Hopeless
Incubus Fungus Amongus
KISS Dynasty
Korn See You on the Other Side
Korn The Path of Totality
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Lorde Pure Heroine
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu
Marilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink Me
Marilyn Manson The High End of Low
Metallica Reload
Nas Nastradamus
No Doubt Rock Steady
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Saliva Every Six Seconds
Slipknot Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.
State Faults Desolate Peaks
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
The Cure Wild Mood Swings
The Dangerous Summer War Paint
The Killers Battle Born
A mostly redundant album with occasional flashes of brilliance.
The Lemonheads Hate Your Friends
TNGHT TNGHT
Trophy Scars Darkness, Oh Hell

2.0 poor
Alter Bridge Blackbird
Alter Bridge AB III
Creed Weathered
Das Racist Shut Up, Dude
dredg El Cielo
Good Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and Death
Green Day American Idiot
John Cena and Tha Trademarc You Can't See Me
Katy Perry One of the Boys
Linkin Park Living Things
Metallica St. Anger
Metallica Load
NOFX Liberal Animation
Poison Open Up and Say... Ahh!
Seether Karma and Effect
Seether Disclaimer
The Clash Cut the Crap
Weezer Make Believe
Aside from "This is Such a Pity" (which is an excellent throwback to 80s power-pop new wave) and maybe "Perfect Situation", this is without a doubt Weezer's worst work to date. Still worth checking out for those two previously mentioned songs, but don't expect anything else to be anything but mediocre. Still though, even mediocre Weezer is better than your average modern radio-rock group so it's not a complete waste of your time.
Weezer Raditude

1.5 very poor
Avril Lavigne Let Go
Four Year Strong Explains It All
Good Charlotte Cardiology
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown
Guns N' Roses Chinese Democracy
Hole Nobody's Daughter
Hulk Hogan and The Wrestling Boot Band Hulk Rules
Justin Bieber Under the Mistletoe
Katy Perry Teenage Dream
Katy Perry Prism
Limp Bizkit Results May Vary
Macho Man Randy Savage Be A Man
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday
Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In
Poison Flesh & Blood
R. Kelly Trapped in the Closet (Chapters 1-12)

1.0 awful
Alter Bridge One Day Remains
Ashlee Simpson Autobiography
Avril Lavigne Avril Lavigne
Color Me Badd C.M.B.
Five Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven... Vol. 2
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
Kesha Animal
Kesha Warrior
Kevin Federline Playing with Fire
Lmfao Party Rock
Lmfao Sorry For Party Rocking
I could go into detail about all of the things that make this group and particularly this album so unfathomably vapid, obnoxious, stupid, and borderline offensive (not morally, but artistically and culturally) but instead I'll just say this...rKill it with fire.
Miley Cyrus Bangerz
New Boyz Skinny Jeans and a Mic
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded
Poison Poison'd!
Winger Winger
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