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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicAaron Copland Appalachian SpringIn time, this would earn a Pulitzer Prize and go far beyond the merrits of contemporary music. Any classical music fan should listen to this.Black Sabbath ParanoidThis should be considered one of the most revolutionary metal albums by Black Sabbath, the 1970s, and perhaps of all time. Why? Because, Paranoid really opened the doors to the metal music world. There are only a few albums that are as powerful.Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody SabbathThis is one of my personal favorites by Black Sabbath. It improves the styles that were almost lost from Volume 4 and brings a more mature metal sound to the group. I may only be concerned about Who Are You?, but it's just a minor concern. The second to last brilliant album from the Magnificant Six.Dream Theater Images and WordsGenesis Selling England by the PoundGeorge Gershwin Rhapsody in BlueIron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh SonThis would be the last brilliant Iron Maiden album, and the rest would fall the bottom out. Seventh Son is so great because Iron Maiden does a really good job with the concept and putting it into each of the songs. While each of the songs in previous albums had stories in them, these stories for each song on this album seem to have more meaning. Another nearly flawless entry for a metal band that has been that way for almost a decade.Judas Priest Sad Wings of DestinyKing Crimson In the Court of the Crimson KingAt the dawning of our souls, we'll saw the light. That was many years ago. It held so much meaning we attempted to search deeper into it. King Crimson was of many explorers searching beyond the light into the darkest of all nights. They went beyond prophetic, beyond real, and beyond the mainstream music bloodlines. It was the temple that helped progressive rock move forward throughout the world. Don't overthink the main definition of prog rock. It lies in this masterpiece of masterpieces.
And a sidenote: what does Robert Christgau truly know about this?King Crimson RedLudwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125Miles Davis Kind of BlueMuse AbsolutionNot nearly as bombastic or as fun as Origin of Symmetry, but it sure still stands clearly victorious.Muse Origin of SymmetryThere's no limits to what Muse has doen in this 21st Century Magnum Opus. It stands as one of the pillars of alternative indie rock and delivers every single that is demanded, tenacity, over the top heaviness, and a warmth of keyboards all over. It's only appropriate to say that this album should come to be incredibly influentual for the next generation. 5/5Opeth Blackwater ParkThis is the breakthrough peak of Opeth's band career. No doubt about it.Pink Floyd Wish You Were HerePink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonThere's almost nothing that can quite eclipse this.Radiohead Kid AThe biggest musically commercial suicide of the 2000s. And the greatest album by Radiohead.Rush 2112Two plus one plus one plus two equals six. Done said. 6/5. Yeah.Rush A Farewell to KingsSergei Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no. 2 in C Minor, op. 18After the utter failure of his first symphony in Russia, Sergei Rachmaninoff, a genius of the late Romantic/early Contemporary age, had sought psychiatric help. During the period in which he had been working with a psychiatrist, he had began to have the thought in his head that he could create great music. That thought was what his psychiatrist had constantly said to him in the time he was composing Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18.
Piano Concerto Two is beyond words, and almost beyond analyzation. Each movement is incredibly unique and so well excercised between the Piano and the whole orchestra that it becomes a perfect blend. The combination of the use of Romantic and Contemporary music is also nearly perfect as well. The first movement, possibly the most well known, introduces the concerto with gusto, emotion, energy, and power. The second movement gives you a rest with one of the most calming pieces constructed by Rachmaninoff. The third movement revs up the bombastity, complexity, energy, and power by bring everything from the first two movements together. In a display of fury and power, the Piano Concerto ends with intense glory. Glory that only the likes of Beethoven, Mussorgsky, Bach, Copland, and Mozart could match.Soundgarden SuperunknownThe Beatles Abbey RoadToo much credit is always given to Sgt. Pepper. It was indeed a brilliant album, but it was also just another drug album (perhaps the same could be said about many albums). This was a very different story. When the Beatles stopped touring, and put more time into their studio material, something about their image changed. They began to discover even more purpose in the concept album and finding ways to cleverly place it in their music. And eventually, they went perfect in their true, reigning magnum opus finale act, Abbey Road.The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandTool LateralusU2 The Joshua TreeThis is either an album you'll love or hate. Most Bono-haters are going to drop the bomb and say "screw it, this album is horrible." Most U2 fans are going to say "this is AWESOME!" For anybody in between, the mystery remains. However, after analyzing this album for a full 10 years of my life from when I first heard this in school to now, the message of U2's Joshua Tree says more than just clever wankery and looselined lyrics and songwriting. This album is the cries of the lost in their own deceit and loss (alluding to Mothers of the Disappeared.) This album is the breaking of ethnical borders (allusion toTrip Between Your Wires.) This album the telling of old stories to new ones (allusions to Where the Streets Have No Name and Red Hill Mining Town.) Finally, this album is the culmination of perfect rock and pop combined together on an integral album (alluding to With or Without You.) So, take a good look at it from the broad perspective. I think you'll see that it's revolutionary.Yes Close to the EdgeYes at it's best. It had been climbing the mountain of its past albums and came over the top with Close to the Edge. With an epic and two other great songs, this album deserves kudos.4.5 superbAfro Celt Sound System Volume 3: Further In TimeAntonin Dvorak Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95Avenged Sevenfold City of EvilBilly Joel Greatest Hits Volume I & II (1973 - 1985)Black Sabbath Black SabbathThis should be considered the first true metal album. It was also the reason Paranoid came into existance. It puts together the styles of blues, metal, and rock in a neat display of unusual power for the time.Black Sabbath Master of RealityBon Iver For Emma, Forever AgoI find myself shocked listening to this. Somehow, I like it. A lot.Bruce Springsteen Born To RunCamel MoonmadnessThe greatest and most stunningly beautiful prog rock album in 1976. Simple as that.Carrollhood VIOLENCE.Boys, you've done it again. You've managed to tune yourselves and still play some pretty good rock. Something's gotta give.Coheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of MadnessDamien Rice ODeep Purple Machine HeadOne of the definative metal albums of the decade. There are only a few albums such as Paranoid by Black Sabbath that can truly beat this.Deftones Koi No YokanI can't believe I didn't discover them any earlier. Koi No Yokan is on level with White Pony andn Diamond Eyes, I believe. Perhaps the best of the year.Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a MemoryDream Theater's "magnum opus" is so close to being one on my scale. It's probably one of the few concept albums I'll listen to without getting bored. It's also one of DT's best.Dream Theater Train of ThoughtDream Theater Black Clouds & Silver LiningsEmerson, Lake and Palmer Brain Salad SurgeryGenesis A Trick of the TailIf Genesis lost anything from this album, the only variable they lost was Peter Gabriel. Everything else about the album is still there and still sounds as rich as ever. At the same time, this album also sniffs an approaching storm of pop music, though...Genesis FoxtrotIn all the years Genesis has been around, sophistication wouldn't sound better in any previous album than it would sound in Foxtrot.Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)It's not the apocalypse. It's just really incredible music.Green Day WarningThis was the best Green Day was ever going to get, because they calmed down the punk style just enough, and gave each song some a little emotion rather than the usual f##k you feeling. This may perhaps be the reason they fell back down to a much lower status and can't escape their trademark, recycled punk style.Hans Zimmer InceptionForget about what the movie is about, this is just about the soundtrack. High complexity and intensity makes the soundtrack worth a listen. Take several times, not just one.Horslips The Book of Invasions: A Celtic SymphonyHRVRD From The Bird's CageIgor Stravinsky L'Oiseau de feu ("The Firebird"), balletThis version of the Firebird is nearly a masterpiece. I prefer and love the 1919 orchestrated version the most, though.Iron Maiden The Number of the BeastIron Maiden PowerslaveJethro Tull Thick as a BrickJohn Petrucci Suspended AnimationJudas Priest PainkillerKing Crimson Starless and Bible BlackLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IIILed Zeppelin Houses of the HolyLed Zeppelin Physical GraffitiLudwig van Beethoven Two Piano Sonatas, Op. 27Mannheim Steamroller Christmas in the AireThe best Christmas album made by Mannheim Steamroller.Metallica Master of PuppetsThis album is extremely overrated. On the other hand, Metallica does not sell itself short at all. This could've easily been one of the best heavy albums in the history of music. That's if only Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, and Deep Purple hadn't done it first.Metallica ...And Justice for AllIf you take a leap in terms of two different albums, you might see a difference. With Metallica, the difference between ...And Justice for All and Master of Puppets is almost not a difference. However, that is one simple factor that separates the two of them from each other. Master of Puppets is extremely overrated and this is almost underrated. ...And Justice for All takes a much more enjoyable approach in terms of music since you're not thrashing the whole way through it. However, it doesn't lack any metal elements whatsoever. It would be perfect, if it weren't for the results of certain sections of the album.Metallica Ride the LightningMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMuse was not going to go down without a big bang. It was a Supermassive Black Hole. It consumed all negatism wherever it went. It would often make appearances during Starlight of the darkness, feeding on the Cities of Delusion through Exo-Politics. Even Assassins and Hoodoos failed to assail this fierce enemy. A Soldier's Poem inspired a group of aparent Invincible men known as the Knights of Cydonia to stop this beast. Before the Black Hole had accepted defeat, it Took a Bow and dissappeared without a trace. Wherever it may appear again, it may plague the world yet again. But for now, our heroes walked off of the Map of Problematique, Glorious.
If you look at Black Holes and Revelations in comparison to the rest of its discography, it could be considered the most powerful LP by Muse to date. It almost matches up to the standards of Origin of Symmetry and Absolution, but just falls short. Not bad for a fourth Muse Album.
Incredible.Opeth Still LifeProcol Harum Shine on BrightlyQueensryche Operation: MindcrimeThis has the standards that almost match up to the ideals of Scenes From a Memory. This is because this album showcases a really good concept, transititions through each song so well, and gives the album a name to go by. Radiohead OK ComputerThis was when Radiohead would become extremely influential in the 1990s. Great Brittain was going to have a great musical year. I still think Fitter, Happier is just plain weird and annoying, though.Renaissance Turn of the CardsRodrigo y Gabriela Rodrigo y GabrielaThis flamenco-style guitar duo debut gives a fresh new look at talent and continues to show that even two guitarists can make a really good album.Rodrigo y Gabriela 11:11Rush Moving PicturesRush Clockwork AngelsSergei Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no. 1, op. 1Sergei Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no. 3, op. 30Soft Machine ThirdSpock's Beard VAt the apex of their career, Spock's Beard tops their efforts in Day for Night and sweaps the Labyrinth of confusion and clutter with brilliant music.Spock's Beard The LightSteven Wilson The Raven That Refused to SingDo you like prog? Do you like Yes, Camel, Genesis, Alan Parson, or King Crimson? Do you like the 1970s? Do you like Porcupine Tree? Do you like Steven Wilson? Have I been sold?
Yes...ALL OF THE ABOVE. The Raven That Refused to Sing is a killer prog album and perhaps the greatest of the Steven Wilson discography so far. 4.6/5Strawbs Hero and HeroineHitting the Dark Side of Prog Rock. 4.3/5 Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That ThieveClearly, this is FUN music. The Beatles The BeatlesAfter a revolutionary Sgt. Pepper album broke through the ice of the world, it was going to be difficult for the Beatles to top that. Instead, they matched it with massive 90 minute work, The Beatles, or the The White Album. With catchy songs, accoustic pieces, and bizarre masterpieces, this album can't quite match match the eccentricicy of the previous work, but is still head on.
Also, if I tried to talk to Iai (Nick Butler) about music, I think it would end in a massive argument. Despite some of our agreements, we're mostly split by certain songs. While he thinks most of the White Album songs are just plain average, I think that there's way more importance to most of them, except maybe Wild Honey Pie. During the making of this album, all the members were going through massive revolutions in their heads, making nonsense of themselves. Yeah, they got high, but at this rate, even drugs weren't spelling the eventual split up. The only reason they stayed together, is because two is better than one. John still had some love for Paul's work (no homo :O) and it only benefited the whole group. George Harrison was only starting to show more gusto, and unified the album a little more than it originally was. And even if John was helpless without Paul or vice versa, for either, it would still be honorable.
Take that, Nick Butler.The Mars Volta Frances the MuteMuscle spasm has been redefined, by a long shot...............The Moody Blues Days of Future PassedTool AenimaTraffic John Barleycorn Must DieI'm not the type of guy to like soul, funk, R&B, or too much jazz for the matter, but this was different. This album combines the prog rock elements together creating a more enjoyable scene.Traffic The Low Spark of High Heeled BoysTransatlantic Bridge Across ForeverIt took forever to get through this album...and it was worth it.Transatlantic The WhirlwindU2 All That You Can't Leave BehindU2 takes back to the hills and returns to a highly regarded style of music, one that is hard to find. I their efforts, they create a more than average, perhaps one of the last superb performance.Van der Graaf Generator GodbluffVince Guaraldi Trio A Charlie Brown ChristmasYes FragileYes Relayer4.0 excellentAFI DecemberundergroundAFI Sing the SorrowAnderson Bruford Wakeman Howe Anderson Bruford Wakeman HoweAt the Drive-In Relationship of CommandGET AWAY!!!GET AWAY!!! Immediate 4.1/5Atoms for Peace AmokSurprising more distinct than the latest Radiohead, but still not as credible as Hail to the Thief or Amnesiac. 3.8/5August Burns Red ConstellationsBedrich Smetana Má VlastBig Big Train The Underfall YardBlaak Heat Shujaa The Edge Of An EraThe boundaries to psychedelic rock are almost limitless. Blaak Heat Shujaa is just learning to break through them surprisingly well with a blend of dark, slightly metal, progressive overtones in their debut EP: The Edge Of An Era. 3.8/5Black Sabbath Volume 4Don't be wack. BS is for Black Sabbath, not bull s**t. And to inform you, this album isn't bull s**t. Not even close. It just has a few dissapointing flaws, but this album has mostly good characteristics.Black Sabbath SabotageBrand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside MeBrian Eno LuxCactus CactusBlues rock never sounded pricklier.........................................Camille Saint-Saens Le carnaval des animauxCoheed and Cambria No World for TomorrowDarkstar News From NowhereDragonForce Inhuman RampageDragonforce has no good honest reason to be playing the way they do in speed metal. When you pull the whole Japanese equation, you get something like this. The extremity faced in this album is so harsh it fits the power of the legend metal album. However, the consistantly uninteresting and the same old, same old story ruins the chances of it becoming an instant dose of classic.Dream Theater A Change of SeasonsDream Theater ScoreDream Theater Six Degrees of Inner TurbulenceDream Theater A Dramatic Turn of EventsDream Theater OctavariumEloy OceanFight War Of WordsThis album didn't sacrifice too much power during the transition from Painkiller. It certainly gave Rob Halford a different prospective of metal. And it was fun to listen to as well.Foo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & GraceGenesis Wind & WutheringGeorge Frideric Handel MessiahGeorge Gershwin An American in ParisGeorges Bizet CarmenGreen Day American IdiotI thought the canvas was destroyed here. I guess I was wrong. It didn't turn out to be the worst Green Day album. It does a good job displaying the concept pretty well and sets itself in a different direction. Maybe that will be its downfall.Green Day DookieHans Zimmer Sherlock HolmesHitoshi Sakimoto Final Fantasy XIIIron Maiden Piece of MindJoe Satriani Crystal PlanetJohn Petrucci An Evening With John Petrucci & Jordan RudessJosh Groban CloserThis has been the best Groban has been right now. The best he'll ever be. No better.Judas Priest Screaming for VengeanceJudas Priest British SteelKing Crimson In the Wake of PoseidonKing Crimson Larks' Tongues in AspicKing Crimson takes a new form and hits the experimental rock stage. This is a beginning of a new King Crimson. A good beginning.King Crimson BeatKing Crimson DisciplineKing Crimson LizardKoji Kondo The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary SymphonyLaura Stevenson WheelLaura Stevenson's vocals in the Wheel are so sublime; the rest is pretty impressive too. 4.1/5Led Zeppelin MothershipLiquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension Experiment 2Liquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension ExperimentLudwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op. 55Mannheim Steamroller A Fresh Aire ChristmasMannheim Steamroller ChristmasThis is the stuff that rivals TranSiberian Orchestra or may even be better at certain times. You might beg to differ, but you might change your mind when you listen to it. Merry Christmas.Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition [Ravel Orch]Muse Newton Abbot DemoIf you're a Muse completionist, you'll probably like and want this.Muse ShowbizThis was the transformation of Muse, a sign of good things to come.Muse H.A.A.R.PPeter Gabriel SoPink Floyd The WallRika How to Draw a River, Step by StepRush SignalsRush is definately going through a transformation...it's not a bad one, though.Rush Permanent WavesRush ChroniclesRush HemispheresScale The Summit Carving Desert CanyonsSergei Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto no. 4, op. 40Sergei Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of PaganiniSergei Rachmaninoff Preludes, Op.23Sonic Youth Daydream NationA bunch of teenagers making some pretty good noise. Seems about right.Soundgarden King AnimalSpock's Beard XSpock's Beard Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless SleepStreetlight Manifesto Everything Goes NumbSwans The SeerHoly f**kin' s#%t. 4.2/5The Flower Kings RetropolisThe Flower Kings Banks of EdenThe Mars Volta De-Loused in the ComatoriumI really thought of this album as a new King Crimson album. It seems a little closer to prog metal, but never too far away are the possibilities of this group being the next King Crimson. After, it was an excellent debut album.Tool UndertowTool 10,000 DaysTrans-Siberian Orchestra The Lost Christmas EveTransatlantic Stolt Morse Portnoy TrewavasThis is certain a wonderful start to a prog rock supergroup, which needs appreciation for helping launch prog in the 21st century.TTNG 184.108.40.206.0Beautiful. Despondent. Complex. By the way, I wasn't describing a gun. 4.1/5U2 No Line on the HorizonYes, TBH, I was raised under the authority of U2. I was easily built to like it. Whether that was a bad mistake or not is no longer my judgement. I will simply state that if you look in terms of what they were making in the 2000s, material was always going to be on the edge, most especially How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, which spiritual properties made it easy musical propaganda. And then, suddenly you get an album, No Line On the Horizon, which builds on more of a 21st century regular rock ordeal, and you get U2's enjoyable sound, built on bright lights. This really added up to SOMETHING.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 25 in G minor, K. 183/173dBWolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto no. 20 in D minor, K. 466Yes The Yes AlbumYes Going for the OneYes 90125How is this Yes??? It's all so fun and catchy, but it's not the same anymore. Did I really miss the apocalypse?3.5 greatABBA WaterlooAbnormality 2007 DemoAcid Mothers Temple Starless and Bible Black SabbathAdele 21AFI A Fire Inside EPAFI All Hallow's EPAfro Celt Sound System Volume 1 - Sound MagicAntonin Dvorak Slavonic Dances No. 2, Op. 72, B 145Antonin Dvorak Slavonic Dances No. 1, Op. 46, B 78Avenged Sevenfold NightmareAvenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenAvenged Sevenfold Avenged SevenfoldBilly Joel River Of DreamsBreaking Benjamin PhobiaBreaking Benjamin Dear AgonyBruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.Camille Saint-Saens Danse macabreCarrollhood AfraidCoheed and Cambria The Afterman: AscensionCoheed and Cambria Year of the Black RainbowCoheed and Cambria Live At The AvalonCoheed and Cambria The Afterman: DescensionAbout as anticlimactic as the first album. Cradle of Filth Dusk... and Her EmbraceDragonForce Sonic FirestormDream Theater UncoveredDream Theater Chaos in Motion 2007–2008Dream Theater Systematic ChaosDream Theater tried to pound the hammer on metal just as well as they did on Train of Thought, and get themselves tied in quite a few knots. However, it certainly didn't tie too many knots...Dream Theater AwakeDream Theater Dark Side of the MoonEmerson, Lake and Palmer Emerson, Lake & PalmerIt was good for a debut album, but it's also easy to get lost in pretentiousness and mockery.Emerson, Lake and Palmer TarkusIt's mostly pretentious mockery mixed with talent, flamboyance, and such. What more could there possibly be?Emerson, Lake and Palmer Works Livefun. Aim and Ignitefun. Genesis TrespassGenesis We Can't DanceGenesis Invisible TouchGenesis DukeGenesis Nursery CrymeGenesis Live Over Europe 2007Genesis Platinum CollectionGenesis Turn It on Again: The HitsGloria Estefan Alma CaribeñaSurprisingly musical. And the Spanish style just sounds better with Gloria than the regular pop style.Green Day 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy HoursIf this the beginning, then it's the beginning...but, WAIT! It's Green Day.Green Day KerplunkGreen Day ShenanigansThey brought a bunch of b-sides pretty well together. IMPRESSIVE.Green Day NimrodGreen Day InsomniacGreen Day International SuperhitsHans Zimmer The Lion King (Soundtrack)Jakszyk, Fripp, Collins - A King Crimson Projekct A Scarcity Of MiraclesJoe Satriani Unstoppable MomentumJorm Theory of AnythingJosh Groban AwakeJosh Groban NoelJosh Groban Josh GrobanJosh Groban All That EchoesWhen you squeeze lemons, you get lemonade. Perfect.Linkin Park MeteoraLudwig van Beethoven Complete Piano SonatasLudwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 36Magma MagmaMannheim Steamroller Fresh AireMaurice Ravel BoleroMuse Hullabaloo SoundtrackMuse Random 1-8Muse Muscle MuseumPhil Collins ...But SeriouslyPyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Op. 71Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64Queensryche The WarningRadiohead The King of LimbsRodrigo y Gabriela Live in JapanRush Fly by NightSergei Rachmaninoff Variations on a Theme of Chopin, op. 22Soundgarden Down on the UpsideThe All-American Rejects Move AlongThe Beatles Let It BeYeah...this sounds definately like a Paul McCartney production...but it's still the Beatles.The Devin Townsend Project EpicloudThe Flower Kings Back in the World of AdventuresThe Mars Volta TremulantThe Mars Volta The Bedlam in GoliathSee that big man on the album cover? BE AFRAID OF HIM.The Wonder Years The Greatest GenerationEither it's me or my generation is in trouble. 3.6/5Tool OpiateU2 How to Dismantle an Atomic BombPushing spiritual flow into the equation. It sounds like U2, except for it doesn't sound quite as powerful. Maybe it's just me.U2 U218 SinglesUnderoath Define the Great LineUnderoath They're Only Chasing SafetyUnderoath Lost in the Sound of SeparationWolfgang Amadeus Mozart Serenade No. 13 for strings, K. 525 ('Nachtmusik')It's fun, easily knowable, and it's Mozart. I rest my case.Yes DramaYes Classic YesYes Highlights: The Very Best of YesYes Tales from Topographic OceansBy the time Yes came out with their cornerstone, Close to the Edge, the music was growing beyond analysis expand a song from 10 minutes to almost 20. A Jon Anderson was growing extremely obssessed with so many different international cultures that it soon began to swamp the power that Yes had. However, it also led to one of the most unique albums of the century, with 4 songs that were heavily indulgent and almost all surpassed 18 minutes. While it was one of Yes's first flaws in their Classic age, it was not major.Yes YesYo-Yo Ma and Others Appalachian Jouney3.0 goodABBA ABBA GoldABBA Ring RingAiden Our Gangs Dark OathAll That Remains A War You Cannot WinBlack Veil Brides Set The World On FireBlack Veil Brides We Stitch These WoundsBetter than Black Eyed Peas. Black Veil Brides Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild OnesHaters, haters as usual. What the hell can you do about them?Breaking Benjamin We Are Not AloneBring Me The Horizon SempiternalWait a minute...you mean these guys are actually good?Cradle of Filth NymphetamineCradle of Filth Cruelty and the BeastCradle of Filth MidianCradle of Filth Damnation and a DayCradle of Filth The Principle of Evil Made FleshDragonForce Valley Of The DamnedDragonForce Ultra BeatdownDream Theater WitherNot really necessary. Unless you're completionist, of course. Just listen to Black Clouds instead, you'll get a more rewarding experience for sure.Dream Theater Once in a LIVEtimeElectric Valentine AutomaticThere is a reason Electric Valentine exists...so that brokeNCYDE has a reason to be p****d off and jealous.Emerson, Lake and Palmer Works Vol. 1Let's be honest...most of this album sounds as if it was made at the last minute. Some of it sounds good, others of it sounds incredibly messed up. The only reason it doesn't completely remain horrifying is that Piano Concerto saves the album from being worthless.Genesis AbacabGenesis is now going through dramatic changes that are shaping the history of prog rock, and are now definately pointing toward pop. It seems as if Genesis will take a skyfall for the worse.Genesis ...And Then There Were Three...Gorillaz Demon DaysGreen Day 39/SmoothGreen Day 1,000 HoursGreen Day SlappyGreen Day ¡UNO!And nothing changed in the process.Hans Zimmer Madagaskar (Soundtrack)Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh................................Iceage You're NothingThe sharp blade of beautiful distortion is immediately dulled by the vocalist. 3.1/5Iwrestledabearonce It's All HappeningIwrestledabearonce IwrestledabearonceJorm JormJosh Groban IlluminationsJustin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSoundsI know I don't like Timberlake, but he really isn't terrible, either. He just has a different way of making music, and it still works. My personal opinion can be further justified if you don't believe me.King Crimson Three of a Perfect PairKing Crimson IslandsLinkin Park Hybrid TheoryLinkin Park Minutes To MidnightMumford and Sons BabelMuse The 2nd LawLet's be honest: electronica and dubstep is just not suiting for a band that plays alt and slightly progressive band. Not today, not ever. On the bright side, this album didn't completely die.Muse Muse EPNas IllmaticRap/hip-hop albums usually just pass me because I don't like them. This was slightly different. At this time it was just gaining ground. Personally, I'm not really that crazy about it.Owl City Maybe I'm DreamingPhil Collins TestifyPokemon 2BA MastaI could never get more annoyed by this album. My younger brother played this like he had no life. I guess it's true. Once you've played Pokemon, you life is never the same. On the bright side, this can't get any worse than some of the pop albums that you hear. And it's Pokemon, so who wouldn't want to listen to this?Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime IIRadiohead Pablo HoneyRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesRage Against the Machine Evil EmpireRush RushSigur Ros KveikurAll your soundoffs are irrelevant. The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the KillerUbiquitous, anyone? 3.3/5 The Mars Volta Scab DatesTool 72826U2 Rattle And HumUnderoath The Changing of TimesVarious Artists Punk Goes PopWil Wagner LaikaGeneral music mood: 5/5
Australian accent: 5/5
Lyricism: Absolutely distraughtful when you're sober. 1/5
For me, getting drunk isn't a useful priority. 3.3/5Yes UnionYes Time and a WordYes Something's Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969–1970Yes Tormato2.5 averageAiden ConvictionAiden Nightmare AnatomyAiden DisguisesBeastie Boys Licensed To IllBlack Veil Brides Sex & HollywoodCradle of Filth ThornographyCradle of Filth Godspeed on the Devil's ThunderDeadmau5 > album title goes here <Dream Theater Falling into InfinityEmerson, Lake and Palmer Works Vol. 2Genesis GenesisNot important at all. The quality of the audio altogether ruins most of it.Iwrestledabearonce Ruining it for EverybodyJonas Brothers Jonas BrothersKe$ha WarriorKidz Bop Kidz Kidz Bop, Volume 1Lil B Illusions of Grandeur 2Illusions of what? I don't see the whole freaking point.Linkin Park A Thousand SunsLmfao Party RockNickelback All the Right ReasonsOne Direction Up All NightI'd say they're horrifying to a point, but not so on certain criteria...but I've heard worse pop bands than this.Owl City Ocean EyesOwl City The Midsummer StationRush Caress of SteelSusan Boyle The GiftSusan Boyle I Dreamed a DreamBoyle gets too much attention from Brittain's Got Talent, and hits a dead end. Fortunately, this still sounds better than JB.The All-American Rejects When the World Comes DownThe Fall of Troy In the Unlikely EventThe Wilde Flowers Tales Of Canterbury: The Wilde Flowers StoryVan der Graaf Generator ALTYes Big GeneratorThis sounds good, but its run dry of creativity and sounds like the previous album, but worse. Also, can you stop overwriting about love in at least one song?2.0 poor3OH!3 WantJust how did I listen to this? Aiden KnivesBeastie Boys Paul's BoutiqueBeastie Boys Hello NastybrokeNCYDE Guilty PleasurezThe best of what? Of a the worst group I've heard of a group in a long time, yes. Still not as bad as the apparently popular JB.brokeNCYDE Guilty PleasureI inteed to listen to this...while plugging my ears.Emerson, Lake and Palmer Love BeachThey only did it because the contract told them to. That's all you really need to know.Genesis Calling All StationsRight singer, wrong time, and Genesis was already fading during We Can't Dnace anyways.Green Day iDOS!Some fine botchwork, I'll say.Kidz Bop Kidz Kidz Bop, Volume 2Lil B Based JamI must ask how this is better than Clockwork Angels? Because, it's not.Lmfao Sorry For Party RockingMaroon 5 OverexposedSaving Abel Saving AbelThe last people you want to rip off is Nickelback. They only so good. In fact, it only gets worse when you act like Nickelback. No other explanation required.1.5 very poor3OH!3 3OH!33OH!3 Streets of GoldBeastie Boys Ill CommunicationbrokeNCYDE Will Never DieThis is already dead. Even BOTDF sounds better than this.brokeNCYDE The BrokenThe E.P. was not a good sign. This is not much better. Nor will it ever be.Dream Theater When Dream and Day UniteThe only song that will live on from this album will be Ytse Jam. Otherwise, the rest sounds ridiculous.Justin Bieber Never Say Never : The RemixesJustin Bieber BelieveI gave you life in the music industry, now GIVE ME BACK MY MOTHER F**KING MONEY!!!Ke$ha CannibalKidz Bop Kidz Kidz Bop 23Knife Party Haunted HouseWhen drawing for exceptions: never. This one: ESPECIALLY.Owl City All Things Bright And BeautifulThe Script #31.0 awfulBeastie Boys Check Your HeadbrokeNCYDE I'm Not A Fan, But The Kids Like It!You don't say. brokeNCYDE BC 13 EPNo sign of good things to come. Crazy Frog Crazy Frog Presents Crazy HitsI heard this waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much from my friends and cousins that it's just boring and annoying. And so, I never plan to hear again.Justin Bieber My World 2.0Justin Bieber My WorldKe$ha AnimalDid someone mess up the system again? Because, I swear, Kesha just keeps breaking the rules.Kidz Bop Kidz Kidz Bop, Volume 9This CD was just plain horrific... Macklemore and Ryan Lewis The HeistIt's just bad enough when their best song is also their most annoying one.Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman ReloadedMinaj is just bad sounding enough. What's worse: she does it on purpose. What's even worse: the lyrics she writes. They are absolutely terrifying. And what's the worst of all: children like it. HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE???Soulja Boy Souljaboytellem.comThe Naked Brothers Band The Naked Brothers BandThe Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza Danza IIII: The Alpha - The OmegaYou guys called this album talent, I called it stupidity.
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