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5.0 classic
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
The first true, and best, example of a sludgy, stoner metal record. Heavy as fuck and better than almost anything, this album has passed the test of time. The extreme riffage that is 'Into the Void', the incredibly heavy use of drumming on 'Children of the Grave', the thrill that is 'Sweet Leaf'. Black Sabbath definitely cemented themselves as pioneers with this mastodon of an album.
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
I've always adored Bon Iver, and this album in particular, but I never really LOVED it like some people do - that is until a few years after it's release. Every line and instrument played was dragging me into this state of nostalgia. The subtlety and minimalism found is overwhelming, and each time it gets bombastic (fx in 'Creature Fear'), the solitude found afterwards is just emphasized even more. Recommended tracks are Skinny Love, Re:stacks and the title track.
Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
Probably the most beautiful record to ever strike the earth. Bruce Springsteen put so much effort into this album, and the result was nothing less than stunning. The keytracks are Thunder Road, Backstreets and Jungleland. Oh yeah, and that one everyone knows.
Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town
Springsteen's follow-up to his 1975 masterpiece, Born to Run, is almost as good as it's predecessor. Singing about the common man, racing cars and beautiful and desirable women, Bruce manages to create something unique, yet very wide, spanning over songs from the cheerful piano in "Badlands" to the hard-hitting guitar-riff of "Adam Raised a Cain", with mellow and powerful ballads as "Racing in the Street" and the title track. I don't think I have to mention the lyrics, as it's pretty commonly known that Springsteen never disappoints on that matter.
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
"TO BE PLAYED AT MAXIMUM VOLUME". That's what the original LP-cover said. And boy, is that true. There are no words that can describe this album properly, other than it's just fantastic. Nothing less. Maybe more. The most important songs are Ziggy Stardust, Five Years and Moonage Daydream.
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
As a bunch of Eminem's skits have shown, not many believed in him, but with the Slim Shady LP he showed them otherwise. But it wasn't until this mastodon of an album he showed them that there was no one quite like him, and no one is up to this day. The greatest moments on the album is Stan, Kim and Marshall Mathers.
Iron Maiden Live After Death
This live album's raw and high-energetic sound and feel is just incredible, and unlike most other live albums made. Just listen to Bruce Dickinson howl on Hallowed Be Thy Name, Steve Harris galopping basslines throughout, and the guitar-dualism that was Smith & Murray. Pure metal at it's best!
Kvelertak Kvelertak
'Kvelertak' is the kind of album that takes what you thought you knew about music (Hardcore, Classic Rock and some Black Metal), blends it with tales of Northern Gods, and spits it out in your face. And no matter how brutal and raw it might sound (pos on this point, Kurt Ballou did an amazing job on the production), you keep coming back. Just listen to the riffs and shouts in songs such as Ulvetid or Udrydd dei Svake, the rock 'n roll-feeling of Blodtoerst, or the grooviness of Mjoed.
Mew Frengers
Frengers might be the album I've listened to the most times. Ever. My parents bought it back in 2002 when I was just a kid at the age of 9 or 10, and since then it has been spun quite a few times. Just listen to the pure beauty of Symmetry or 156; the prowess of Am I Wry? No or Snow Brigade; the grandiose anthemic powers of She-Spider or Comforting Sounds. Yes, this album is indeed the best Danish record ever made, not to mention one of the greatest world-wide. It is a record as known to me as a good friend, yet still the haunting parts can take over with such force and deliverance that it is taken for a stranger. Not quite friends, not quite strangers; Frengers.
Neil Young After the Gold Rush
My favorite album by Neil Young. With hauntingly beautiful melodies, Young's signature vocals and exceptional musicianship and lyrics. There are so many different aspects of his music to be found on here; the environmentally aware and jaw-droppingly gorgeus title track, the politically aware and guitar-rocking Southern Man or just sheer fun and smooth sailing on Cripple Creek Ferry. Consistently amazing.
Pearl Jam Ten
This album has an incredible mix of alternative rock and grunge that just speaks to me unlike any other of it's time. Even Flow, Alive and Jeremy are essential singles, but to further dive in, give 'Release' or 'Black' a try.
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
True love never dies. I've loved this record since the first time I heard it in it's entirety (admittedly, I was really stoned!) If you don't like this, you're an idiot. Time sums up everything that's amazing about Pink Floyd, and Brain Damage + Eclipse are just fantastic closing-tracks.
Radiohead OK Computer
"Fitter. Happier. More productive. Comfortable." In a setting of something I'd like to compare to a world just before the happening of Skynet. Yes, Skynet as in The Terminator. On OK Computer, there's a process in the world going on, making it more and more electronical than it used to be. This record tells this story in a hard-hitting, beautiful and stunning way. The best tracks are Paranoid Android, Exit Music (For a Film) and Electroneering (with "Fitter Happier" just before it).
Rush Hemispheres
Quite possibly Rush' best album. With it's entry track filling up side A of the vinyl, and being almost as good as part I, half the record is already classic. Side B has the albums two single, both worth of being rated very high, and finally there is La Villa Strangiato, the greatest instrumental-track ever made.
The Gaslight Anthem Sink or Swim
?Gruff? and ?Gritty? are two words which very well sums up, not only the brilliant vocal delivery by Brian Fallon, but the entire record and production of this very fine debut-record by The Gaslight Anthem. ?Sink or Swim? is everything a Punk-debut should be; fast-driven, raw and full of emotions. If ?The 59 Sound? is the band breaking free from Red Banks (with ?its four walls closing in?; Wooderson), this is the prequel describing the young life of Fallon and his fellow companions. Just give ?Angry Johnny and the Radio? and ?We?re Getting a Divorce, You Keep the Dinner? a go, or the slow burner at the end of the album, ?Red at Night?.
The Gaslight Anthem The '59 Sound
Springsteen's followers from New Jersey make an album that ranges almost up to the Boss' best in this sing-a-long and incredibly likeable and infectous punk/rock-record with unmatchable hits as Film Noir, anthems like The Patient Ferris Wheel, the soft ballad Here's Looking at You Kid, and hard-hitting rocker at the end of the album, The Backseat.
The Menzingers On the Impossible Past
?On the Impossible Past? is the kind of record that?ll stir up old feelings in most people, with its nostalgic lyrics about girls working in cafs, escaping adulthood, and avoiding growing-up. The difference between this band, Bruce Springsteen, the Gaslight Anthem, or other Americana- and heartland-inspired rock and punk is that these aforementioned bands have certain warmth and hope written into the songs, no matter how hopeless or desperate the situation might be. The Menzingers do this to the point of perfection, and fans of the genre (or music in general) shouldn?t miss out on listening to songs such as The Obituaries, Gates, Burn after Writing, or Casey. Oh, and of course the musicianship is top-notch, with wailing guitars, groovy bass lines, and tight drumming.
The National Boxer
Boxer is the kind of record that takes its listener in, and if you listen carefully enough, it reveals a beautiful story about a desperate man and a crazy woman, living in their own, dizzy world. The album is much darker than it's predecessor, mostly hinting at their melancholic songs (such as "Daughters of the...") or the bombastic ones (like "About Today"), but it also contains rocking riffs in songs such as "Apartment Story" or "Mistaken for Strangers". Boxer is without a doubt one of the fullest, atmospheric Indie-rock albums out there. Apart from the two previously mentioned tracks, recommended for listeners are "Slow Show", "Guest Room" and "Fake Empire".
The National Alligator
Tracks like "Looking for Atronauts", "Daughters of the Soho Riot" and "Val Jester" has the atmosphere of their later records, whereas "Abel" and "Mr. November" has a post-punk feel to them. The lyrics found on tracks such as "Karen" and "All the Wine" just rocks. And I haven't even mentioned my favorite which is "Secret Meeting", where the shouting vocals at the end just harmonizes so well with Matt's voice. It also packs a three-pack-power-punch in the incredible record-ending spanning in "The Geese of Beverly Road", "City Middle" and the previously mentioned rocker, "Mr. November". Without a doubt, one of the finest indie-rock records out there.
The Replacements Let It Be
With 'Let it Be', the Replacements showed everyone who's the boss. It was rocking. It was artsy. It was fast. It was beautiful. It's punky, garagey rock n' roll in it's best and purest form. Just feel the sheer emotions throughout the middle-tracks 'Androgynous', 'Black Diamond' (which is actually a Kiss-cover) and 'Unsatisfied', not to mention 'Answering Machine' and 'Sixteen Blues'; bop-out to the fun of 'Seen Your Video', 'Gary's Got a Boner' or 'Tommy Gets his Tonsils Out'; the release of 'I Will Dare', 'Favorite Thing' and 'We're Coming Out'. Yeah, I actually think that was all of the tracks. Classic album.
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
The Rolling Stones, nitty and gritty. The pure raw sound of rock'n'roll roots found on this record is unmatchable, and the collection of songs is pretty much perfect. Going from psychedelic rockers such as "Rocks Off" or "All Down the Line" to the tender ballads like "Let it Loose" and "Shine a Light", into the more bluesy classics which are "Stop Breaking Down" (Robert Johnson-cover) and "Ventilator Blues", on the latter where Mick Jagger explains exactly how you feel after the Roskilde Festival - but it also transcends in the up-lifting, life-afirming songs that are "Loving Cup" and "Tumbling Dice". This is, indeed, one of the greatest albums ever made. Jagger howls and rasps like a wild dog, and Keith plays incredibly fierce. This is the very essence of not only the Stones, but of what rock and roll really is.
The Smith Street Band No One Gets Lost Anymore
Judging from his lyrics, Wil Wagner might be one of the most sincere people in the world today. To think how this album can make me laugh, but also feel so blue, is amazing. I am in the firm belief that this band can do no wrong. Heartwarming songs with punch and gut, and excellent instrumentation as well, ofc. Just check out Sigourney Weaver, The Belly of Your Bedroom or Get High, See Mice.
The Smith Street Band South East Facing Wall
Only EP I have 5d. Every song is perfect and horribly recorded, and there is an honesty within each drunken slur that just cannot be matched. The EP was originally only the two first tracks, but got the following ones added once released digitally (btw if anyone has the original vinyl with only 2 tracks, I'm very interested). Especially the title-track and the final song are amazing.
The Who Who's Next
This masterpiece by The Who is one of my definite favorite albums. Every song is just amazing. There is nothing that stands up besides it. And with songs like the epic Baba O'Riley, the fist-full ballad Behind Blue Eyes, and finally the giant monster, Won't Get Fooled Again.

4.5 superb
AC/DC Highway to Hell
AC/DC Live
If you don't like this, I'm pretty sure you don't have any balls.
Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues
Amazing album and lyrics; Laura Jane Grace sounds so frustrated at times, but only just the right (and morally accurate) amount. Several listens in, and I imagine this will keep growing. Believe it or not, personal favorite AM! for me.
Against Me! Reinventing Axl Rose
Against Me! Against Me!
It is amazing how much anarchy, emotion, sincerety and melody you can find in these 6 short accoustic songs. One of the greatest EPs out there.
Arcade Fire Funeral
Bane Give Blood
Beastie Boys Paul's Boutique
The flow, the beats, the lyrics, the namedropping; this album's got it all, and is definitely one of the best and most important ones within the genre. Just give such cuts as Sounds of Science, Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun, Shadrach and What Comes Around a try - hell, just listen to the B-Boys Bouillabaisse and be impressed!
Billy Joel The Stranger
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
The first true Metal album. The muddy, crunchy production, and songs like the title track, The Warning and N.I.B. makes this an absolute classic, and one of the greatest metal records ever, if not one of the greatest records.
Black Sabbath Paranoid
This record is probably what metal is all about. Hard, catchy, solid and heavy sludge-like doom-riffs and soothing songs well-played by over-the-top musicians, lead by an immortal son of a bitch. Never before had an album contained so many powerful guitar chords, thanks to one of the greatest guitarists ever, Tony Iommi. "Paranoid" is essential in every collection, metal or not. Everyone has probably heard the title track and Iron Man, while more recomendable tracks are War Pigs and Hand of Doom.
Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde
Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Although this record contains some of the best tracks ever written (such as Desolation Row and Like a Rolling Stone), it still lacks a little something that makes it a 5. Variables that keeps it from being so, are tracks like Queen Jane Approximately and From a Buick 6, which just aren't as good as the rest, the first one being too long for it's own good.
Bob Marley and The Wailers Legend
Bob Marley and The Wailers Exodus
From the dark, swirling guitar-licks to the bare and simple, yet undeniably intoxicating basslines of Barrett, mixed with tight drumming and Marley's incredible, laid-back singing-voice, this album provides some of the most solid material in the history of music. It's relaxed nature, beautiful music and inspired lyrics stand harmoniously perfect in-between Bob's political themes and texts, and his majiuana-loving reggae. The title song, Three Little Birds and Jammin' are three different, but great displays of his music and this album. Are rarely listen to Reggae, but when I do, it (stereotypically) has to be Bob!
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Jesse Lacey put all his heart and all of his emotions into the making of the lyrics for this record. Just the title itself, ?The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me?, gives a reflection into just how depressing this album might get. That the musicianship is nailed spot on constantly, is just what makes this record as much of a classic as it is; as wild and raucous as it may sound in songs like Limousine or You Won?t Know, as controlled is it in Jesus Christ or Sowing Season. Do yourself a favor: put on your headphones on a dark winter?s day, and enjoy this record in full.
Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.
Bruce Springsteen The River
Bruce Springsteen Live 1975-1985
Bruce Springsteen Nebraska
Bruce Springsteen The Rising
Camel Mirage
Captain, We're Sinking The Future Is Cancelled
The title of this album is "The Future is Cancelled". Well, if that was true, I'd hope every present album would sound this good. From the raucousness of 'Adultery' to the final climax of 'Shoddy Workmanship', this album is a ride through hard emotions that just wants you to wallow in them (just listen to 'A Bitter Divorce'), complimented by harsh vocals, malecalls and excellent musicianship.
Converge Jane Doe
Daft Punk Discovery
David Bowie Hunky Dory
David Bowie Aladdin Sane
David Bowie Live In Santa Monica '72
Death Symbolic
Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism
One of the first indie-records I ever bought, one of the first albums I ever loved. The lyrics (A Lack of Color), musicianship (We Looked Like Giants) and atmosphere (the title-track) found here is quite unique, and takes me back every time I hear it. Masterfully done.
Deep Purple Made in Japan
Deftones White Pony
Probably the finest alternative metal record of the 21st century, White Pony shot the Deftones right into the new millenium at 90 m./p.h. with hard and aggressive songs like the furious Elite or Korea, to the more mellow and beautiful ballad-like ending in Knife Prty along with the entire Digital Bath or Passenger (featuring guest-vocals by Maynard James Keenan of Tool), ending in the slow and longer reprise of the single Back to School that is Pink Maggit.
Depeche Mode Violator
Depeche Mode The Singles 86–98
Derek and the Dominos Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
Descendents Milo Goes to College
Dio Holy Diver
DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....
Eagles Hotel California
An album that brings me a deep feeling of nostalgia thanks to my parents who've introduced me to it. Simply just amazing and incredibly important.
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Frank Turner Love, Ire & Song
Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight
A huge leap from their debut, Frightened Rabbit?s second album, The Midnight Organ Fight, is much more bombastic, well-executed and filled to the rim with some of the most bare, honest and shaking lyrics ever sung. Vocalist and guitarist, Scott Hutchison, wants to stand tall and proud, with his charming, Scottish vocal-delivery, and with the pounding of fellow band member and brother, Grant Hutchison, by his side; however, instead of being either this or too melancholic, the grandiose musicianship mixed with Scott?s vocals, makes this record have a certain nerve throughout the entire record that drags you in, fearing that things suddenly might fall apart. Just give The Modern Leper, Heads Roll Off or My Backwards Walk a go, and you?ll see for yourself.
Genesis Selling England by the Pound
What is probably considered the band's Magnum Opus, Selling England by the Pound is one of the greatest progressive rock achievements of all time. Steve Hackett's guitarriffs and sound could in a single record take credit for the inspiration of the way bands like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest sound like. Furthermore, is Peter Gabriels voice and lyrics at it's finest, and the simple beauty of the albums title is something respectable in itself. There are only few dull moments to be found (some parts of The Battle of Epping Forest, perhaps), but to point out the highlights, one has to say the title track, Firth of Fifth and The Cinema Show.
Genesis Foxtrot
An incredibly strong record, and what really put Genesis on the map. The first side contains some great epics such as Watcher of the Skies and Get 'Em Out by Friday, and side B almost mainly consists of one of the greatest Progressive Rock songs ever made, the nearly 23-minute long Supper's Ready, spanding over 7 different sections.
Goat World Music
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Green Day Dookie
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
Husker Du Zen Arcade
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
The first album Iron Maiden did with their new vocalist, Bruce Dickinson, who took the band to newer heights. The album is essential in every music collection, and especially in every Metal collection. The best of the songs are Hallowed Be Thy Name, 22 Acacia Avenue and The Prisoner.
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden taking a step into a more progressive sound than before, making their strongest album since The Number of the Beast (not taking Live after Death into account). First being thrown right into the title track, Caught Somewhere in Time, and forwarding on to a journey through time and space with gallopping basslines and futuristic, tight riffs and solos. Wasted Years, Stranger in a Strange Land and Alexander the Great has some amazing guitarwork, and are recommendable for anyone who especially enjoys Adrian Smiths songwriting.
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Jeff Buckley Grace
John Coltrane A Love Supreme
Judas Priest Painkiller
Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny
Judas Priest Stained Class
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
There are no words to describe how I felt when I heard a Pop/Hip-Hop album in the year 2010 sound just as good as the best of the best classics through the history of music. Recommended are Runaway, Monster and All of the Lights.
Kate Bush Hounds of Love
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
La Dispute Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...
Latterman No Matter Where We Go...!
Laura Stevenson Wheel
With Wheel, Laura Stevenson creates the most delicate and intimate record the last many years, and the best indie/folk experience since 2010?s The Wild Hunt. With beautiful arrangements such as strings and steel-guitar put into just the right places, and self-reflecting and telling lyrics, what is one of the best records of 2013 has been created. Just swoon over the beautiful L-Dopa, the grandiose yet fragile vocal-performance of Telluride, or the uplifting strings in Renee.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
The definite Led Zeppelin-record. With songs spanning from their debut to Houses of the Holy, sublime musicianship and an all-together well-played performance (two separate nights), this live-album contains the back-bone of Hard Rock as we know it. Plant's gritty howls, Page's blistering guitars, Jones' thick layer of bass, and Bonzo's mastodontic pounding make sure that anyone with just the slightest hint of chesthair will enjoy this triple-CD packed with 150 minutes of Rock n' Roll at it's finest.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Malk De Koijn Sneglzilla
Malk De Koijn Smashhit in Aberdeen
Malk De Koijn's first album is also their greatest one, and due to it's production, rhyming and innovative use of the Danish language, it's earned itself the title as one of the best Rap/Hip-hop albums of all time. Main numbers are Jagt, Kosmisk Kaos and Mio.
Mastodon Crack the Skye
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Although the title for Metallica's best album often (and understandable) goes to Master of Puppets, Ride the Lightning is my personal favorite due to it's rough production (going just a notch above their first album, Kill 'Em All, which may be too rough for some), James Hetfield's very young and harsh vocals, and the incredible musicianship (even Lars was great back then). Fade to Black, Creeping Death and For Whom the Bell Tolls may be some of the best thrash songs ever made.
Metallica Master of Puppets
Mew No More Stories
Mew And the Glass Handed Kites
Michael Jackson Thriller
Mineral The Power of Failing
Modern Life Is War Witness
My Bloody Valentine Loveless
Neil Young On the Beach
If side A was just as enchanting as side B, this record could easily have been a 5. The three last tracks of the album is pure enjoyment, and unlike anything Young has made before. It seems so relaxed, yet so fragile and emotional. Acceptance, clarity... and bitterness. And some sweet harmonica. Recommended tracks are Revolution Blues, See the Sky About to Rain and Side B.
Neil Young Zuma
Neil Young Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Neil Young Tonight's the Night
Neil Young Live Rust
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Nirvana Nevermind
NOFX The Decline
Opeth My Arms, Your Hearse
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
The incredibly epic I-V and VI-IX parts of Shine on You Crazy Diamond are nothing less than spectacular, and the title track and 'Have a Cigar' are amazing as well.
Pink Floyd Animals
I can't help myself when it comes to Animals. It's probably the first, pure progressive rock-album I really liked. Excellent musicianship, and a hell of a record. Putting in recs here would be stupid, since there's only 5 tracks, 2 of which are very alike, and very short.
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pink Floyd's longest album, the Wall, is a story told too many times, told in a different way. Incredible and unmatched. Most people ought to know songs such as Comfortably Numb, Hey You and Another Brick in the Wall Part II.
Prince Purple Rain
Queen A Night at the Opera
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
This tight, lenghty album might be the finest rock album in the 21st century. Not only does QotSA include Josh Homme, but on this album the band also included Dave Grohl (Nirvana, Foo Fighers) on drums. The songs I prefer the most are The Mosquito Song, A Song for the Deaf and The Sky is Falling.
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime
Radiohead The King of Limbs: From the Basement
Radiohead In Rainbows
Radiohead The Bends
Although not as complex, nor as popular, as it's follower, The Bends is the greatest mix of Brit Pop, Alt Rock and Electronica around, and an album which gets as close to a five as possible, although still not ranking high enough to get one. The best tracks on this album are Fake Plastic Trees, My Iron Lung and the title track.
Radiohead Kid A
Rainbow Rising
Restorations LP3
Rise Against The Sufferer and the Witness
Rush A Farewell to Kings
A classic, progressive rock album of it's finest kind. Rush's first real step into the progressive sound they're so well known for, only topped by it's follower, Hemispheres. The best tracks are the two epics, Xanadu and Cygnus X-1, and the title-track, A Farewell to Kings.
Rush 2112
Rush Permanent Waves
Rush Moving Pictures
Rush' biggest commercial success, and it's easy to see why. On Side-A they deliver three of their greatest, and most radio-freindly songs throughout their discography and wonderful melodies as the immortal Tom Sawyer, the soothing Red Barchetta or Limelight, to the hard-hitting instrumental, YYZ. On Side-B, however, Rush becomes more innovative, and takes up what they started on Permanent Waves; a more raggae-feel prog-rock, perfectly displayed in Vital Signs; however, The Camera Eye and Witch Hunt are not to be overlooked.
Rush Exit...Stage Left
Rush Clockwork Angels
Best Rush-album in 31 years. Best album of the last 31 years? Maybe.
Sigur Ros Ágætis byrjun
Slayer Reign in Blood
An intense journey to hell and back. Reign in Blood is the most evil and shredding album ever made, but still it's so fantasticly joyous to listen to. The musicianship is top notch, and Tom Araya screams and rasps quicker and more sinister than Hell Spawns themselves. Angel of Death and Raining Blood are closer to real sadism than anything else, and everything in between is just bloody.
Slowdive Souvlaki
State Faults Resonate/Desperate
Biggest surprise of the year. I did not think a Screamo and Post-hardcore release would grasp my attention and chokehold it like this has. Very impressing.
Television Marquee Moon
The Beatles 1967 – 1970
The Beatles Revolver
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles Abbey Road
Why choose between being a Beatles fan or a Rolling Stone fan as you had to once, when you can love them both? This incredible album is by far the band's greatest, and very few other records can best it. The high-lights of the album is Something, Oh! Darling, and the Abbey Road Medley.
The Clash The Clash
The Clash London Calling
The Cure Disintegration
The Dillinger Escape Plan Option Paralysis
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
The Doors The Doors
The Gaslight Anthem Handwritten
The Horrible Crowes Elsie
With The Horrible Crowes, Brian Fallon proves that although his main-band, The Gaslight Anthem, contains heavy portions of Springsteen-ish raucousness, his potential strides beyond his aspirations as the next "Boss", and digs into the realms of Nick Cave and Tom Waits, while still keeping one foot in his roots as a rocking americana-influenced poet a la The River or Darkness on the Edge of Town (Springsteen). Especially tracks like Go Tell Everyone, Behold the Hurricane and Ladykiller depicts the true prowess of Brian Fallon. One should not forget his talented friend and fellow musician, Ian Perkins, however, as he produces some incredible guitar-work, and has done an overall excellent job on the record. If you did not like the music of The Gaslight Anthem, perhaps you should turn to 'Elsie" instead - because although the lyrical themes often are the same, the music itself, and how it's approached, is entirely different.
The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
Jimi Hendrix once made what may be one of the greatest double albums of all time, and it also is one the albums with the most excellent guitar-playing ever. All of the songs are just excellent.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
The Lawrence Arms Oh! Calcutta!
The Menzingers Chamberlain Waits
The National High Violet
The National Trouble Will Find Me
Rarely has melancholy sounded as warm as it does on this record. Stepping away from the fragile and staticly haunting production of High Violet, and into warmer territory, the National did what I wanted them to do the most; make an album that is just as dark and brooding as it's predecessor, but with some light and hope at the end of it.
The Offspring Smash
The Replacements Tim
How do you follow up one of the best punk-rock albums of all time? You just shake things up a little, make it different and innovative, AND keep up the amazing songwriting. This record does not contain a dull moment, and with more than enough splendid tracks to pick from, it's one of the best around. The bookends of this thing alone is enough, not to mention the wonderful 'Left of the Dial'.
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
The first Stones' album I ever heard. It's just so rocking, so emotional. Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Moonlight Mile, Wild Horses and Brown Sugar are classics!
The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
A wonderful album, despite of the terrible theme of it. The tracks feature so many aspects of how the world was wrong back then, and while many of the songs are warm, most of them are incredibly sad while feeling like nothing else. The album might lack a tiny bit halfway through, but the hightlights more than make up for that. Most notably are the songs Gimme Shelter, Monkey Man and You Can't Always Get What You Want.
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
This bluesy, rock and roll record is what first put the Rolling Stones on a pediestal. It's so full of fantastic songs about the common man, the real world, and how everything is viewed upon by the band.
The Smith Street Band Sunshine and Technology
The Smith Street Band Don't Fuck With Our Dreams
One of the finest EPs I've encountered yet: it is so damn cohesive and filled with brilliant lyrics and instrumentation. Folk-Punk done right! Recommended tracks are the title track and Kids.
The Smith Street Band Throw Me in the River
Excellent production and cohessiveness on this bad boy, and another amazing album from Wil Wagner and co. You should listen to this. Now.
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Story So Far Under Soil and Dirt
The Strokes Is This It
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
The War on Drugs Lost in the Dream
The Weakerthans Reconstruction Site
'Reconstruction Site' is a strange album. With some amazing and mysterious lyrics by John K. Samson (including some from the view of a cat), folky tracks with up-beat tempo, and Punk-like guitar madness here and there, this weird journey takes you from Birthday Parties in 1972, to being taught French by a Penguin on Antarctica. Just give tracks like Plea from a Cat Named Virtute, One Great City!, or The Reasons a try.
The Weakerthans Left and Leaving
The Who Live at Leeds
This is probably the best Live Album that has ever been recorded.
The Who Tommy
The Who Quadrophenia
Quadrophenia is without a doubt one of the best and strongest concept-albums ever made. Clocking in at more than 80 minutes, this double-album doesn?t contain a single weak moment; the consistency is amazing. Following the story of young teenager, Jimmy, and his weary mind through the ?Mods-against-Rockers?-times of the 60s, this Rock Opera is filled with anthemic stadium-rock prowess at its finest, mixed with self-realization and intimate ballads. Just listen to the groovy basslines of The Real Me, the monstrous pounding of drums and use of vocal-delivery on Love, Reign O?er Me, or the lightning-fast guitar-chords of The Punk Meets the Godfather.
The Wonder Years The Greatest Generation
Few albums have the rare ability to really place both dread and hope into my heart like this album does, yet still maintaining the feeling that the outcome will be the latter. Not only are the lyrics and the delivery unbelievably powerful; they are even pushing the limits of Pop-Punk as we know it. It is so intense, yet so grandiose that it could have been executed on either a stadium, or in a small basement. To pick out only a few recommendable songs is a hard task, but if I must, I'd go with The Devil in My Bloodstream (featuring the lovely Laura Stevenson), I Just Want to Sell Out My Funeral and Dismantling Summer.
The Wonder Years Suburbia I've Given You All and Now...
Thin Lizzy Live and Dangerous
Tool Lateralus
The ultimate progressive, metal-listening. Without even noticing how heavy or hard-hitting the album is, every song flows in it's own unique way, yet maintaining a cohessive feel to it unlike most other bands today. Recommended songs are Ticks and Leeches, the title-track, and The Grudge.
Touche Amore Is Survived By
My favorite of Touch Amor's releases. It sees them making an album with a consistent red thread, while maintaining their restraint bite and emotional lyrics.
Touche Amore/La Dispute Searching for a Pulse/The Worth of the World
An amazing Extended Play, and I don't think I've heard material this good from La Dispute before or since.
Trophy Scars Holy Vacants
As if Tom Waits took a walk through Darkness on the Edge of Town while making up stories about angels and vicious creatures. I love it.
U2 The Joshua Tree
U2's greatest release to date, getting in just above Achtung Baby. Bono and the Edge are at their prime on this album, and throughout the entire record it doesn't get boring. The three best tracks are the three first ones, although I'd recommend anyone to just take the entire album in one sitting.
Yes Close to the Edge

4.0 excellent
A Wilhelm Scream Partycrasher
Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties We Don't Have Each Other
Amazing lyrics and vocals, Soupy tells a great story and sure delivers. The instrumentation is pretty average, sure, but it has some great ideas - the only problem is, soon as they're showcased, it's as if they're hidden too far away in the production. So yeah, not quite on-par with TWY, but still an excellent album with some incredibly heartfelt songs.
AC/DC Back in Black
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
AC/DC Live at Donington
AC/DC If You Want Blood You've Got It
AC/DC T.N.T.
Aerosmith Rocks
Against Me! Crime as Forgiven By
Against Me! As the Eternal Cowboy
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain
Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill
Alice in Chains Dirt
Alphaville Forever Young
Andrew Jackson Jihad People Who Can Eat People are the Luckiest People
Anthrax Among the Living
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Arcade Fire The Suburbs
Arctic Monkeys AM
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...
Astpai Efforts and Means
Timeless melodic punk with incredible and edgy atmosphere, both heartfelt and aggressive lyrics, and time lengths spanning from only a single to almost seven minutes. I highly endorse this Austrian record to you all. A hard 4 (4.2)

Oh yeah, and the speach from "Suburbia" kicks off the record. Which is sweet.
Astpai Burden Calls
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
At the Gates Slaughter of the Soul
Bane Don't Wait Up
Baroness Red Album
Baroness Blue Record
Basement Colourmeinkindness
Beastie Boys Ill Communication
Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill
Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling Sinister
Biffy Clyro Blackened Sky
Biffy Clyro Revolutions // Live At Wembley
Biffy Clyro Only Revolutions
Birds in Row You, Me, and the Violence
Bjork Homogenic
Black Flag Nervous Breakdown
Black Flag Damaged
Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Black Sabbath Sabotage
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Blink-182 Dude Ranch
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Bloc Party Silent Alarm
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Bob Marley and The Wailers Uprising
Bob Marley and The Wailers Live!
Bob Marley and The Wailers Kaya
Bomb the Music Industry! Album Minus Band.
Bomb the Music Industry! Goodbye Cool World!
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Brand New Deja Entendu
Brand New Daisy
Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
Bruce Springsteen The Promise
Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen Tunnel Of Love
Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Bruce Springsteen Hammersmith Odeon London '75
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball
Bruce Springsteen Chimes of Freedom
Burzum Hvis Lyset Tar Oss
Camel The Snow Goose
Camel Moonmadness
Carcass Surgical Steel
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Comeback Kid Wake the Dead
Converge Axe to Fall
Converge All We Love We Leave Behind
Counterparts The Difference Between Hell and Home
Cream Disraeli Gears
Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory
Cult of Luna Vertikal
CunninLynguists Oneirology
David Bowie "Heroes"
David Bowie Station to Station
David Bowie Scary Monsters
David Bowie Low
David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World
Deafheaven Sunbather
If the entire album was on par with 'Dream House' (or just 'The Pecan Tree'), this would be the best album ever. But still, it's an amazingly consistent achievement, and the cover is to die for. A big 4 (4.2)
Death Cab for Cutie Plans
Deep Purple In Rock
Deep Purple Machine Head
Deftones Around the Fur
I can't decide if this is the 2nd or 3rd best Deftones.
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Deftones Adrenaline
Depeche Mode The Singles 81→85
Dillinger Four Midwestern Songs Of The Americas
Dire Straits Brothers in Arms
Dire Straits Alchemy: Dire Straits Live
Direct Hit! Brainless God
Have to bump this down to a 4 (a BIG ONE at that), the production just seriously lacks, and the record can't keep up the same way after the first half. Still, an amazing pop-punk record, and one of the best to come out of its genre since the early 00s.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
Drug Church Paul Walker
Duran Duran Greatest
Eagles Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)
Electric Wizard Electric Wizard
Electric Wizard Come My Fanatics...
Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Elway Delusions
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Brain Salad Surgery
Eminem The Eminem Show
Eric Clapton Slowhand
Every Time I Die New Junk Aesthetic
Exodus Bonded by Blood
Fair to Midland Fables From a Mayfly...
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Foo Fighters Greatest Hits
Foxygen Take The Kids Off Broadway
Frank Ocean Channel Orange
Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart
Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand
Frenzal Rhomb Smoko at the Pet Food Factory
Frightened Rabbit Pedestrian Verse
Frightened Rabbit The Winter of Mixed Drinks
Fugazi 13 Songs
Gary Moore Ballads & Blues (1982-1994)
Genesis The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Goat Commune
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A#(Infinity) [Vinyl]
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)
Husker Du New Day Rising
I Am the Avalanche Avalanche United
Infected Mushroom Legend Of The Black Shawarma
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
Iron Maiden Killers
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Iron Maiden Death on the Road
Iron Maiden En Vivo! (DVD)
Saw them live on this tour at the Roskilde Festival. It was awesome.
Iron Maiden Maiden England '88
Jack White Blunderbuss
Jeff Buckley Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition)
Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick
Jethro Tull Aqualung
Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection
Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros Streetcore
John Grant Queen Of Denmark
Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison
Johnny Cash At San Quentin
Joni Mitchell Blue
Journey Greatest Hits
Judas Priest British Steel
Judas Priest Sin After Sin
Judge New York Crew
Justice Cross
Kanye West Late Registration
Kanye West The College Dropout
Karnivool Set Fire to the Hive
Kashmir The Good Life
Kate Bush The Kick Inside
Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow
Kate Bush The Whole Story
The B-side material is not quite as strong as A, but it's still an excellent collection of songs.
Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
King Crimson Red
King Diamond Abigail
Kraftwerk Autobahn
Kraftwerk The Man-Machine
Kvelertak Meir
Kvelertak's self-titled debut album from 2010 showcased some of the most innovative and fun takes on black metal, hardcore and good ol' rock n' roll I've ever heard; on their second album, 'Meir', they further expand on both black metal (Tordenbrak, Undertro, Nekrokosmos) and rock (Bruane Brenn, Kvelertak). An excellent addition to the discography of one of the most exciting bands out there today. A big 4 (4.2)
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Kyuss Blues for the Red Sun
L.O.C. Melankolia / XxxCouture
L.O.C.'s best right here.
La Dispute Wildlife
Lagwagon Let's Talk About Feelings
Lamb of God Resolution
Lamb of God Ashes of the Wake
Lamb of God As the Palaces Burn
Latterman Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing
Laura Stevenson Sit Resist
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin Mothership
Lynyrd Skynyrd Second Helping
Lynyrd Skynyrd One More From the Road
Malk De Koijn Toback To The Fromtime
Manic Street Preachers The Holy Bible
Marvin Gaye What's Going On
Mastodon Leviathan
Mastodon Remission
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Kill 'Em All
mewithoutYou A to B: Life
Michael Jackson Bad
Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells
Millencolin Pennybridge Pioneers
Minor Threat Out of Step
Minutemen Double Nickels on the Dime
Modest Mouse The Moon & Antarctica
Modest Mouse This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About
Motorhead Ace of Spades
Nails Unsilent Death
Nails Abandon All Life
Just a bit better than its predecessor, Unsilent Death, Nails has made an extremely fast and aggressive record that should be on several "Top of the year"-lists. I sure am looking forward to see what their next offer to the scene might be.
Nas Illmatic
Neil Young Harvest
Neil Young Greatest Hits
Neil Young Psychedelic Pill
Neil Young Rust Never Sleeps
Neil Young Ragged Glory
Neil Young Live at the Cellar Door
Nephew USADSB
Nephew 07.07.07
New Found Glory New Found Glory
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Murder Ballads
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Push The Sky Away
Nils Frahm Spaces
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana Live at Reading
NOFX Punk in Drublic
Norma Jean Wrongdoers
A very large 4 (4.2) - The heaviest and most interesting Norma Jean album I've heard so far. Unfortunate they can't really keep up both the intensity of their music and their newer heaviness live.
Nuclear Assault Game Over
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Off With Their Heads Home
Opeth Still Life
Opeth Damnation
Opeth Blackwater Park
Opeth Ghost Reveries
Otis Redding Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul
OutKast ATLiens
Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard of Ozz
Paint It Black Invisible
Excellent EP. Amazingly melodic, yet punches and spits out lines harder than your weekly grinder.
Paint It Black Paradise
Paul Simon Graceland
Pearl Jam Vs.
Peter Gabriel So
Pianos Become the Teeth The Lack Long After
Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii
Pink Floyd Pulse (DVD)
Pink Floyd Meddle
Pixies Surfer Rosa
Pixies Doolittle
Plini Sweet Nothings
Plini Other Things
Primal Scream Screamadelica
Prince 1999
Prince Sign o' the Times
Public Enemy It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
Pup Pup
The replay value of this is amazing, the guitars are adventurous and the hooks are catchy!
Queen A Day at the Races
Queen Queen
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
This is not the old QotSA. This is not the Era Vulgaris-QotSA. This is Josh Homme growing up, making a much more mature album, blending in more artistic and flowing song structures than on previous records. It might not be what everyone expected; maybe it is actually better than that. But either way, it's an excellent record and definitely a step forwards in comparison to the band's two previous records.
Queensryche Queensryche EP
Quicksand Quicksand
Quicksand Slip
R.E.M. Automatic for the People
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
Ramones Ramones
Red City Radio The Dangers of Standing Still
Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Redwood Hill Descender
Danish album of the year. Amazing black metal debut with various time changes within each track. Oh yeah, and they kick ass live, making a dark and ominous atmosphere suck you in.
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come
Restorations LP2
Rinoa An Age Among Them
Rise Against Siren Song of the Counter Culture
Rites of Spring Rites of Spring
Royksopp and Robyn Do It Again
Run DMC Raising Hell
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels
Rush Grace Under Pressure
Rush Fly by Night
Rush Signals
Rush All the World's a Stage
RVIVR The Beauty Between
Savages Silence Yourself
Saybia The Second You Sleep
Scorpions Love At First Sting
Screeching Weasel My Brain Hurts
Simon and Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water
Slayer South of Heaven
Social Distortion Social Distortion
Soilwork The Living Infinite
Soundgarden Superunknown
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Soundtrack (Film) Pulp Fiction
I guess this album is more of a 4, especially seeing as it's a soundtrack, but the songs put into the context of the movie just makes it too awesome not to be rated a 4.5
Soundtrack (Film) Top Gun (Special Edition)
St. Vincent St. Vincent
State Champs The Finer Things
Stephen Lynch Superhero
Stevie Wonder Innervisions
Stevie Wonder Songs in the Key of Life
Stormtroopers of Death Speak English or Die
Streetlight Manifesto Everything Goes Numb
Supertramp Crime of the Century
Suspekt Prima Nocte
System of a Down Toxicity
System of a Down System of a Down
System of a Down Steal This Album!
Taking Back Sunday Tell All Your Friends
Talking Heads Stop Making Sense
Man, me and my dad used to jam the shit out of this when I was a kid. Been too long, needs a friendly re-visit soon enough. Or two. Or three.
Tegan and Sara So Jealous
Temple of the Dog Temple of the Dog
The Antlers Hospice
The Beatles 1962 - 1966
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles The Beatles
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Black Keys Brothers
The Chariot One Wing
'First', 'Speak' and 'Cheeks.' show some amazing potential, and rest of the tracks explode right in your face. Yes, this ca. half hour album is intense and innovative, and a very large 4 (4.2)
The Clash Give 'Em Enough Rope
The Cult Love
The Dillinger Escape Plan Calculating Infinity
The Dillinger Escape Plan Miss Machine
The Dillinger Escape Plan Ire Works
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Gaslight Anthem Señor and the Queen
The Gaslight Anthem American Slang
The Gaslight Anthem iTunes Session
The Gaslight Anthem Get Hurt
Yet another excellent from The Gaslight Anthem that sees them taking other directions on several songs than usually. And it is definitely a grower! One cannot deny that Brian Fallon still is an amazing creator of unbelievable hooks and melodies (see 'Rollin' and Tumblin'', 'Ain't That a Shame', 'Dark Places' and 'Stay Vicious'). Still the best fucking band around.
The Horrible Crowes Live At The Troubadour
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Killers Sam's Town
The Lawrence Arms The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Lawrence Arms Apathy and Exhaustion
First of the big three Larry albums, this comes in short just behind Oh! Calcutta!rA big 4 (4.2)
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The Menzingers A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology
The Menzingers Hold on, Dodge
The Menzingers On the Possible Past
The Menzingers Rented World
An excellent follow up to the album of the decade, Rented World sees the Menzingers putting more effort into singular songs than the album as a whole. This of cause means that it is missing a bit of red thread. The album is incredibly crafty, and it has some amazing standouts, like In Remission, Rodent and Transient Love. A hard 4 (4.2)
The Menzingers/Bouncing Souls Split
The Moody Blues Days of Future Passed
The Mountain Goats Zopilote Machine
The National Cherry Tree
An amazing bridge between their last record, "Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers", and it's follower, "Alligator", this Extended Play shows the easier sides off "Sad Songs", but very often builds up epic song-formats (like in "About Today") from "Alligator". Beautiful and fragile as it is, "Cherry Tree" is one of the best places to start getting into The National.
The Police Synchronicity
The Police Greatest Hits
The Replacements Pleased To Meet Me
It might not reach the excellence of their two previous records, but 'Pleased to Meet Me' is still an amazing record with plenty of hard-hitting songs like 'Alex Chilton' (the musician who also features on the album's final and stunning song, 'Can't Hardly Wait'), or alternative takes like 'I Don't Know', 'Nightclub Jitters' or 'Skyway', not to mention the emotional drives of 'The Ledge' and 'Never Mind'. A great rollercoaster ride and a hard 4 (4.2).
The Replacements Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
The Rolling Stones Aftermath
The Rolling Stones Some Girls
The Rolling Stones Tattoo You
The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Yas Out!
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Rolling Stones December's Children (And Everybody's)
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Smiths The Smiths
The Smiths Hatful of Hollow
The Story So Far What You Don't See
One of the best and tightest Pop-Punk albums I've heard. Small Talk is definitely among my favorite songs this year. A hard 4 (4.2)
The Strokes Room on Fire
The Sword Gods of the Earth
The Tallest Man on Earth Shallow Grave
The Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving Now
The White Stripes White Blood Cells
The Who The Who Sell Out
The Who My Generation
The Wonder Years The Upsides
The World is a Beautiful Place... Whenever, If Ever
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures
There Will Be Fireworks The Dark, Dark Bright
Tom Waits Rain Dogs
Tool Aenima
I just don't listen to this enough to have it at 4.5
Touche Amore ...To the Beat of a Dead Horse
Touche Amore Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me
TTNG Animals
U2 Achtung Baby
U2 Rattle and Hum
Now, I've mainly seen the movie, but that was excellent. Really don't get the 3.3 avg., could as easily have been a 4.5 if not for it's length and some minor flaws. Interesting covers, and great renditions of their own songs.
Van Halen Van Halen
Van Halen 1984
Vi Som Alskade Varandra Sa Mycket Den sorgligaste musiken i varlden
Weezer Weezer
Weezer Pinkerton
Wil Wagner Laika
Wilco Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

3.5 great
68 Midnight
AC/DC High Voltage (International)
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC Powerage
AC/DC The Razors Edge
AC/DC Backtracks
AC/DC '74 Jailbreak
Against Me! New Wave
Agnostic Front United Blood
Alkaline Trio Goddamnit
Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Andrew Jackson Jihad Knife Man
Arcade Fire Reflektor
Arcane Roots Left Fire
Arcane Roots Blood & Chemistry
Atoms for Peace Amok
Bad Brains Bad Brains
Loving the up-beat punkish and thrashy hardcore going faster than 180 bpm, but the reggae-parts don't do anything for me, and it really drags this down for me.
Balance and Composure The Things We Think We're Missing
Balance and Composure Separation
Band of Horses Cease to Begin
It annoys me, how 'Cigarettes, Wedding Bands' ruins the flow of this otherwise excellent album.
Banner Pilot Souvenir
Basement I Wish I Could Stay Here
Bayside Bayside
Bayside Cult
Beach House Teen Dream
Beastie Boys Check Your Head
Between the Buried and Me Colors
For about the first 20 minutes of the album, the band doesn't really get to me, but by the end of Sun of Nothing and through the entire Ants of the Sky, they showcase some excellent and enjoyable music, leading into a great first 1,5 minutes of Prequel to the Sequel. Unfortunately, it is not until White Walls, this excellence shows again (although the track before it, Viridian also provides some nice guitar work), making some parts of the album take forever between the aforementioned parts of the record. All in all, this is a great album, although it drags on a bit in some places ? and I also seem to enjoy the mellow paces of the album more than the others. The vocalist's growls tend to tire me a lot, but the musicianship is sublime, making a nice hint to Jazz Fusion at places, fused with their progressive metal.
Between the Buried and Me The Silent Circus
Biffy Clyro Infinity Land
Biffy Clyro Opposites
Biffy Clyro Puzzle
Billy Joel Piano Man
Bjork Post
Bjork Volta
Black Sabbath 13
Bloc Party A Weekend in the City
Bloodhound Gang One Fierce Beer Coaster
Blue Oyster Cult Don't Fear The Reaper: The Best Of
Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline
Bob Dylan The Essential Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Bomb the Music Industry! To Leave or Die in Long Island
Bombus The Poet and the Parrot
Bon Iver Blood Bank
Bon Jovi Crossroad
Brand New Your Favorite Weapon
Bruce Dickinson The Chemical Wedding
Bruce Springsteen We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions
Bruce Springsteen High Hopes
Please tour again, please tour again, please tour again...
Bruce Springsteen Magic
Bruce Springsteen American Beauty
Buena Vista Social Club Buena Vista Social Club
C2C Down The Road
Captain, We're Sinking The Animals Are Out
Carpark North Carpark North
Caves Betterment
Charles Bradley Victim of Love
Chris Cornell Euphoria Morning
Code Orange Love Is Love // Return To Dust
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Converge No Heroes
Anger Inc.
Corrections House Hoax The System/Grin With a Purpose
Crosses Crosses
Cult Leader Nothing for Us Here
CunninLynguists Strange Journey Volume Three
D-A-D Everything Glows
D-A-D Soft Dogs
D-A-D No Fuel Left For The Pilgrims
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
Dark Time Sunshine ANX
Darkside Psychic
Dave Matthews Band Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King
David Bowie The Next Day
David Bowie Earthling
David Bowie Reality
David Bowie Outside
Death Cab for Cutie Narrow Stairs
Death Cab for Cutie The Photo Album
Deep Purple Fireball
Deer Tick Negativity
I really don't get how this can have only 10 votes. Such a well composed album, lots of different instruments and great melodies, plenty of genres to find; blues, indie, rock, swing, country, folk. A very large 3.5, it just needs a little extra to be a 4... Maybe if they'd cut out those first seconds of The Rock or if Pot of Gold was less predictable
Defeater Travels
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Deftones B-Sides and Rarities
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Depeche Mode The Best Of - Volume I
Depeche Mode Delta Machine
Descendents I Don't Want To Grow Up
Dire Straits Dire Straits
Dire Straits Making Movies
Dire Straits Sultans of Swing: The Very Best Of
Direct Hit! Domesplitter
Doomriders Grand Blood
Dry The River Shallow Bed
These guys ought to be heard by so many more people (who don't just say "Hey, these are Mumford the second!" - incredible debut, even better live performances.
Ducking Punches I Am Arturo Bandini
An excellent EP, but the production seems rather weak at times, which brings it down to a 3.5 - but this band definitely has the potential to do big things in the future. Hold on, as I'm about to listen to their debut-album!
Elton John Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
Elway Leavetaking
Eminem 8 Mile Soundtrack
Eminem Infinite
Eminem Curtain Call: The Hits
Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) What It Takes to Move Forward
Eric Clapton Time Pieces: Best of Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton The Cream of Clapton (US)
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Eric Clapton One More Car, One More Rider
Evanescence Fallen
Every Time I Die Ex Lives
Every Time I Die From Parts Unknown
Exodus Let There Be Blood
Fire! Orchestra Exit!
This is really good, instrumentally, but my toes do cringe a bit when the woman is wailing. Surely, has has a high range, and she is impressive, but it is not for me. Unfortunately, this drags the record down to a 3 for me. But the climax during the last 5 minutes of part 2 is amazing!
Fleetwood Mac The Dance
Fleetwood Mac Tusk
Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits (Warner Bros)
Flogging Molly Drunken Lullabies
Foals Holy Fire
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Foxygen We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors...
Frank Turner Polaroid Picture
Frank Turner playing some of my favorite songs? I'm bumping this fucking average up!
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones
Frank Turner Sleep Is For The Week
Frankie Goes To Hollywood Welcome to the Pleasuredome
Franz Ferdinand Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
Friendly Fires Pala
Friendly Fires Friendly Fires
Frightened Rabbit Sing The Greys
Funkadelic Maggot Brain
Future of the Left How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident
Gary Clark Jr. Blak and Blu
Genesis Duke
Genesis Nursery Cryme
Ghost B.C. Opus Eponymous
Gnarwolves Gnarwolves
Gnarwolves Cru
Gnarwolves Funemployed
Gnarwolves Chronicles Of Gnarnia
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
Gojira From Mars to Sirius
Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage
Good Charlotte The Young And The Hopeless
Gotye Making Mirrors
Green Day American Idiot
Grimes Visions
Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II
Guns N' Roses Greatest Hits
Haim Days Are Gone
Halestorm The Strange Case Of...
Hark Mythopoeia
Hark Crystalline
Have a Nice Life The Unnatural World
Hawk Eyes Ideas
Hookworms Pearl Mystic
Hoth Oathbreaker
I Am the Avalanche Wolverines
Excellent record, although a little short. But it will be a great listen once the summer kicks in!
In Flames The Jester Race
Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious
Infected Mushroom B.P. Empire
Iron Chic The Constant One
There's a song called "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" I'm so in!
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
Iron Maiden Dance of Death
Iron Maiden Flight 666 (DVD)
Jack White Lazaretto
Jackson Browne Running on Empty
Jake Bugg Jake Bugg
James Blake Overgrown
Japandroids Celebration Rock
Jeff Beck Blow by Blow
Jethro Tull Minstrel in the Gallery
Joe Satriani Surfing With The Alien
John Grant Pale Green Ghosts
Johnny Cash American IV: The Man Comes Around
Johnny Cash Johnny Cash With His Hot And Blue Guitar
Joni Mitchell Hejira
Journey Raised On Radio
Joyce Manor Never Hungover Again
Judas Priest Killing Machine
Julia Holter Loud City Song
Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds
Kanye West Yeezus
Album's quality drops whenever I listen to this. Solid as it is, his narcissism annoys me, and at times it feels as if he tries to wrap it into too much bombastic production and uneven sampling; fx Blood on the Leaves, which at first seemed charming, now sounds to me as someone ruining a Nina Simone classic. Definitely not anywhere near MBDTF. Still, it has its excellent moments in songs such as Black Skinhead and Hold My Liquor. Most certainly an album that will divide people's opinions. And that is an achievement on its own.
Kashmir Trespassers
Kashmir Zitilites
Kate Bush The Sensual World
Killer Mike R.A.P. Music
Killswitch Engage As Daylight Dies
Killswitch Engage Disarm the Descent
King Krule King Krule
Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Kreator Extreme Aggression
L.O.C. Libertiner
La Dispute Rooms of the House
Lamb of God Sacrament
Led Zeppelin Presence
Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same
Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 1: Early Days
Letlive. Fake History
Linkin Park Live In Texas
Manners Pale Blue Light
An excellent album with a great set of lyrics to go, but as a whole it is a bit too samey, and there is little variation to be found vocal-vise. But I'll be looking forward to see what else they'll have to offer in the future.
Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
Maroon 5 It Won't Be Soon Before Long
Masked Intruder Masked Intruder
Mastodon The Hunter
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Metallica Metallica
Metallica S&M
Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax The Big 4: Live from Sofia, Bulgaria
Mikal Cronin MCII
Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells 2003
Misery Signals Absent Light
Modern Life Is War My Love. My Way.
It's short, fast and aggressive. Tbh, I'd give this a 3.5, but after the re-issue obtained two additional tracks, I'm bumping this to a 4.
Modern Life Is War Fever Hunting
Modern Life Is War My Love. My Way. (Reissue)
Great additional songs on this, keeps the bar high and the album at about 3.8
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Modest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Modest Mouse No One's First, and You're Next
Moose Blood I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time
Morrissey Viva Hate
Mr. Bungle California
Napalm Death Scum
Neil Young A Letter Home
Neil Young Neil Young
Neil Young American Stars 'n Bars
Neil Young Comes a Time
Although far from Young's strongest outing from the 70s, this album see's good ol' Uncle Niels doing what he always does: exactly what he wants to. It's laid-back, relaxing and very accessible, and has a few standout-songs such as "Goin' Back", "Motorcycle Mama" and the title track.
Nephew Interkom Kom Ind
Nephew Danmark/Denmark
New Found Glory Sticks and Stones
Nine Inch Nails Broken
Nirvana Nirvana
Nirvana Bleach
No Doubt The Singles 1992-2003
Norma Jean O' God The Aftermath
Norma Jean Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child
Opeth Heritage
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Pearl Jam rearviewmirror
Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt
Pretty much a 3,8. I wanted to give it a 4, but the last three songs are snoozers done much better by PJ before. However, tracks like Sirens and Lightning Bolt are magnificent, and I'd very much like to see them performed at a concert.
Pearl Jam Yield
Phil Collins Serious Hits… Live!
Phoenix Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
Pianos Become the Teeth Keep You
Pink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Piss Vortex Piss Vortex
Prawn Kingfisher
Procol Harum Procol Harum
Protest the Hero Volition
Queen Jazz
Queen The Game
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Radiohead Amnesiac
Red City Radio Titles
Red Fang Murder the Mountains
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Redwood Hill Collider
A great follow up to an excellent debut, 'Collider' has some amazing highs such as 'Microgravity' and the two last tracks, but it does drag a little during the middle, which unfortunately keeps it from being a 4. Still, a very unique and innovative album: 3.8
Rites of Spring All Through A Life
Rush Caress of Steel
Rush Rush
Rush Power Windows
Rush Hold Your Fire
Rush Counterparts
Saves the Day Through Being Cool
Scorpions Bad For Good: The Very Best of Scorpions
Self Defense Family Try Me
Silverstein This Is How the Wind Shifts
Silverstein Discovering the Waterfront
Simon and Garfunkel The Concert in Central Park
Slash Slash
Solbrud Solbrud
Solbrud Jaertegn
State Champs Overslept
An excellent EP that could have been a 4, if it didn't clock in at about only 10 short minutes.
State Champs Apparently, I'm Nothing
Stevie Ray Vaughan Texas Flood
Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That Thieve
Supertramp …Famous Last Words…
Tears for Fears Songs from the Big Chair
Tenacious D The Pick of Destiny
Tenacious D Tenacious D
The Alan Parsons Project Eye in the Sky
The Allman Brothers Band Brothers and Sisters
The Beatles 1
The Black Dahlia Murder Nocturnal
The Black Keys The Big Come Up
The Black Keys Thickfreakness
The Black Keys El Camino
The Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation
The Cure Boys Don't Cry
The Cure Three Imaginary Boys
The Dear Hunter The Color Spectrum (Complete Collection)
The Gaslight Anthem Live at Park Avenue
The Holy Mess The Holy Mess
The Holy Mess Comfort In The Discord
The Lawrence Arms Metropole
The Mars Volta Noctourniquet
The National Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers
The Offspring Americana
The Offspring Ixnay on the Hombre
The Police Reggatta de Blanc
The Police Zenyatta Mondatta
The Prodigy The Fat of the Land
The Psyke Project Guillotine
The last three track are so damn excellent. All before are great as well
The Replacements Hootenanny
The Rolling Stones 12 x 5
The Rolling Stones Shine a Light
The Rolling Stones Rolled Gold+
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones, Now!
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No.2
The Roots Things Fall Apart
The Secret Agnus Dei
The Socks The Socks
The Stone Roses The Stone Roses
The Strokes Angles
The Sword Warp Riders
The Traveling Wilburys Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1
Some excellent songs on display here, but definitely not on par with any of the musician's best works. The lyrics and instrumentation has just been done better before by them. Still, it's a great release and I'd recommend people to check out tracks like "Handle With Care", "Not Alone Any More" (Orbison-crooning) and "Tweeter and the Monkey Man".
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground
The Weeknd Echoes of Silence
The White Stripes The White Stripes
The White Stripes De Stijl
The Who My Generation: The Very Best Of The Who
The Who A Quick One
Title Fight Floral Green
Todd Terje It's Album Time
Tool 10,000 Days
Tool Undertow
Tool Opiate
Triggerfinger All this dancin' around
TTNG 13.0.0.0.0
Twenty One Pilots Vessel
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
U2 The Best Of 1980-1990
Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats Mind Control
United Nations Nevermind the Bombings, Here's Your Six Figures
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Various Artists (Punk) Run For Cover: Mixed Signals
WHEN IIII GEEET HOOOOOME, I'M NOT TALKING TO ANYONE, WHEN IIII GEEET HOOOOOME, I'M UNPLUGGING MY TELEPHONE, WHEN III GEEET HOOOOOME, I'LL GET HIIIIGHH AALOOOOOOOONEEE!!!!!
Volbeat Guitar Gangsters & Cadillac Blood
Volbeat The Strength/The Sound/The Songs
Volbeat Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil
Volcano Choir Repave
White Lies To Lose My Life
Wo Fat The Black Code

3.0 good
A Day to Remember Common Courtesy
A Loss For Words Such Gold split
A Lot Like Birds No Place
A very interesting album, with a concept telling stories of all the rooms of the house said concept is about. The slow-paced songs are occasionally beautiful and moving, but the faster and more aggressive songs often come off as too forced and not nearly as enjoyable. Still pretty good, though.
A Storm Of Light Nations to Flames
AC/DC For Those About to Rock We Salute You
AC/DC Black Ice
AC/DC Who Made Who
AC/DC High Voltage
Aerosmith Devil's Got A New Disguise
Aerosmith Big Ones
Airbourne Runnin' Wild
Alabama Shakes Boys & Girls
Alkaline Trio My Shame Is True
Alkaline Trio Good Mourning
Alt-J An Awesome Wave
Andrew Jackson Jihad Christmas Island
Animal Collective Merriweather Post Pavilion
Annabel Youth In Youth
Well, this grew off rather fast. Finally bumping it down.rStill kinda entertaining, though
Architects Lost Forever // Lost Together
Audioslave Audioslave
August Burns Red Rescue and Restore
Avril Lavigne Let Go
Band of Horses Infinite Arms
Band of Horses Mirage Rock
Basement Further Sky
Beastie Boys Hello Nasty
Biffy Clyro Black Chandelier
Bjork Debut
Black Label Society Sonic Brew
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Howl
Black Sabbath Never Say Die!
Blind Faith Blind Faith
Bloc Party Four
Bloodbath Grand Morbid Funeral
Bloodhound Gang Hooray For Boobies
Bloodhound Gang Hefty Fine
Blue Foundation Sweep Of Days
Blue Foundation Life Of A Ghost
Blur Blur
Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding
Bombus Bombus
Saw these guys live last night, warming up for the Sword. They fucking killed it, everyone should check it out!
Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet
Boysetsfire While A Nation Sleeps...
Bruce Springsteen Working On A Dream
Bruce Springsteen Lucky Town
Carpark North All Things to All People
Caves Homeward Bound
Chewing On Tinfoil Marrowbone Lane
Would be better if he'd stop singing about his dog.
Chris Cornell Carry On
Christina Aguilera Back to Basics
Code Orange I Am King
Converge Live at the BBC
Creedence Clearwater Revival Bayou Country
David Bowie Let's Dance
David Bowie Diamond Dogs
David Bowie A Reality Tour
Death Cab for Cutie Codes and Keys
Deep Purple Who Do We Think We Are
Deerhunter Monomania
Deftones Live
Deftones Deftones
Depeche Mode Ultra
Derek and the Dominos In Concert
Devin Townsend Project Ki
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy Rotator
Dr. John Locked Down
Drone Doors Of Perception
Dubioza Kolektiv Wild Wild East
Duffy Rockferry
Eddy Grant Killer on the Rampage
Eminem Encore
Eminem Relapse
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Eric Clapton 24 Nights
Eurythmics Revenge
Exodus Blood In, Blood Out
Fireworks Oh, Common Life
Foo Fighters Sonic Highways
Frank Turner Poetry of the Deed
Fucked Up David Comes to Life
Future Islands Singles
Genesis Invisible Touch
Genesis Abacab
Gnarwolves Fun Club
Good Charlotte Good Charlotte
Indians Somewhere Else
Infected Mushroom IM The Supervisor
Infected Mushroom Converting Vegetarians
Iron Maiden Edward the Great
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying
Jake Bugg Shangri La
Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne
Jethro Tull Stormwatch
Journey Infinity
Judas Priest Rocka Rolla
Justice Audio, Video, Disco
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience
Justin Timberlake Justified
Kansas Leftoverture
Kansas The Best of Kansas
Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak
Karnivool Asymmetry
Kasabian Velociraptor!
Killer Be Killed Killer Be Killed
Kings of Leon Mechanical Bull
Lady Gaga The Fame
Lamb of God Wrath
Lana Del Rey Born to Die
Led Zeppelin In Through the Out Door
Lee Ranaldo Between the Times and the Tides
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Make Do and Mend Everything You Ever Loved
Metallica Load
Metallica Death Magnetic
Michael Jackson HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I
My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets...
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade
Dunno why I never had this rated. Good album, but I enjoy their earlier by a bit. This is too large, if that makes sense.
No Doubt Rock Steady
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Of Monsters and Men My Head is an Animal
OFF! Wasted Years
Somewhere between 3 and 3.5. This is actually quite good, but I've heard it a hundred times before done better and with more innovation. I highly doubt I'll get back to this very often, but it is entertaining and a nice nod to things that's passed.
OneRepublic Dreaming Out Loud
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth Pale Communion
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam No Code
Periphery Periphery
Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
Phoenix Bankrupt!
Pink Floyd The Division Bell
Pixies EP1
Psycho 44 Demon
Pusha T My Name Is My Name
Queen Absolute Greatest
A compilation filled with Queen's greatest hits. As we know it. And have seen it before - just previously done better. I'm missing (and I know this goes under "Compilation", but still) Keep Yourself Alive, Brighton Rock, Love of My Life, and so many more. It'd be better to buy the three earlier collections (Volume I, II & III).rAlso, I hate these "Greatest Hits". But the records a fine way to get into Queen for newer fans. But I'd recommend just going from either their first record and up, or from "A Night at the Opera."
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Rammstein Reise, Reise
Red Fang Red Fang
Red Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!?
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm With You
Rise Against The Black Market
A big 3 (3.2). Could've been a 3.5 if the songs which were supposed to put a little variety into the album (People Live Here, Zero Visibility) were better. The album still has some great highs, though, such as Eco-Terrorist and Bridges.
Robbie Williams Escapology
Rush Presto
Rush Roll the Bones
Screeching Weasel First World Manifesto
Sia 1000 Forms Of Fear
Silverstein When Broken Is Easily Fixed
Skunk Anansie Black Traffic
Slipknot Slipknot
Snow Patrol Eyes Open
Soilwork Stabbing the Drama
Staind 14 Shades of Grey
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May
Supertramp Breakfast in America
Tears for Fears The Seeds of Love
Tenacious D Rize of the Fenix
The Doors The Soft Parade
The Gaslight Anthem The B-Sides
A pretty needless release from a normally excellent band; most of these songs have either been previously released on singles, EPs or deluxe editions. The only reason it's receiving a 3 is my huge love and admiration for not only this band, but especially Brian Fallon who is the primus motor of the Gaslight Anthem. Luckily, "Get Hurt" is a lot better!
The Holy Mess Cande Ru Las Degas
The Horrors Skying
The Killers Day & Age
The Moody Blues Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
The National The National
The Ocean Pelagial
A little too grandiose and pretentious in comparisson to it's content. It seems to be building up and building up towards something it never really reaches, and just ends up rather dull. But surely, the instrumentation is excellent. But I have to keep this at 3 (a large one, though).
The Rumour Said Fire The Life And Death Of A Male Body
The Shins Port of Morrow
The Smashing Pumpkins Zeitgeist
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth
The Swellers The Light Under Closed Doors
The Tallest Man on Earth The Tallest Man on Earth
The Who Live At The Royal Albert Hall
The Wonder Years Get Stoked on It!
Although you can tell it's them by their performance, this sure isn't The Wonder Years as we know them today; look past that and you'll have a blast with this fun and well-played Pop-Punk record (containing a little too much keys).
Thin Lizzy Vagabonds of the Western World
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Tombs Savage Gold
Toto Toto IV
Trap Them Blissfucker
Trivium Ascendancy
Two Door Cinema Club Beacon
U2 The Best Of 1990-2000
Van Halen A Different Kind of Truth
Volbeat Beyond Hell/Above Heaven
Volbeat Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies
Wham! Make It Big
When Saints Go Machine Infinity Pool
Yellowcard Ocean Avenue

2.5 average
AC/DC Stiff Upper Lip
Barry White Let the Music Play
Bloc Party Intimacy
Coldplay X & Y
Coldplay Ghost Stories
D-A-D Scare Yourself
Daft Punk Tron: Legacy
Depeche Mode Sounds Of The Universe
Elton John The Big Picture
Eminem Recovery
Fall Out Boy Infinity on High
fun. Some Nights
Genesis We Can't Dance
Good Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and Death
Gorillaz Gorillaz
Never been fond of this at all, although everyone in my generation seems to think it rocks. Average at best. Although I do of course enjoy some of their songs. Clint Eastwood is all right.
Howler America Give Up
Imagine Dragons Night Visions
Jay-Z and Linkin Park Collision Course
Judas Priest Point of Entry
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Led Zeppelin Coda
Linkin Park Meteora
Linkin Park Living Things
Marmozets The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets
Michael Jackson Xscape
Mika Life in Cartoon Motion
New Politics A Bad Girl in Harlem
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
Nickelback The Long Road
Papa Roach Infest
Paul Banks Banks
PJ Harvey Rid Of Me
Prefab Sprout The Gunman and Other Stories
Psycho 44 Suburban Guide to Springtide
Average, alternative rock for that girl we all knew in High School who wanted to be Punk, although she'd secretly rather listen to Pop in spite of her colored hair.
Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks...
Sinead O'Connor I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Staind Dysfunction
Staind Break the Cycle
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds
The Killers Sawdust
The Knife Shaking the Habitual
The Lonely Island Turtleneck and Chain
The Lonely Island is fun uptill some point where the group just gets too repetitive and boring.
The Lumineers The Lumineers
The Orb Metallic Spheres (feat. David Gilmour)
The Strokes Comedown Machine
Trash Talk No Peace
Trivium In Waves
Trivium Ember to Inferno
U2 October

2.0 poor
AC/DC Fly on the Wall
Aqua Aquarium
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
Eminem Eminem Presents: The Re-Up
Evanescence The Open Door
Fall Out Boy Save Rock and Roll
Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend
Fit for Rivals Steady Damage
Good Charlotte Good Morning Revival
Good Charlotte Cardiology
Jay-Z The Blueprint 3
KISS Greatest KISS
So, everyone's constantly like "Dude, you like classic rock like AC/DC and Zep and Queen and whatever. I love Kiss, you probably love Kiss too?" and I'm like "NO! Fuck you! I don't like Kiss one bit!", besides perhaps two or three songs. So instead of rating their albums, I'll just rate their career a "2" on this compilation.
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
MC5 Kick Out the Jams
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell
Megadeth Super Collider
Muse The Resistance
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Queen Hot Space
tUnE-yArDs w h o k i l l
U2 No Line on the Horizon
Wham! Fantastic

1.5 very poor
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu
I know I still haven't mustered up the patience to listen to this in full yet, but I honestly don't think I'm going to anytime soon. So now, I'm rating this two years too late.rR.I.P. Lou Reed
Machine Head Supercharger
Maroon 5 Overexposed
Modest Mouse The Fruit That Ate Itself

1.0 awful
Michael Buble Crazy Love
Michael Buble Call Me Irresponsible
The Black Eyed Peas Elephunk
tUnE-yArDs BiRd-BrAiNs
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