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5.0 classic
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Alice in Chains Dirt
Assemblage 23 Meta
Coheed and Cambria In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Coheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
U2 Achtung Baby
xSPONGEXCOREx How Tough Are Yah?
The most important meal of the day serving it up Gary's way BLAH!

4.5 superb
Adam Freeland Coastal Breaks II
Alice in Chains Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged
Assemblage 23 Defiance
In a nutshell, this album fails to escape the most basic type of flaw; there's not a single thing bad with this album. Compared to the man's other works, his voice on this one doesn't sound like a robot, which is truly captivating. He must have been sent to vocal training or something, because I was pleasantly surprised when I heard his voice. With him sounding soulful, energized, passionate, and touching, this is by far his best effort. Not to mention, the songs delivered here are easy-on-the-ear, warm, catchy, reflecting, and in my honest opinion, career-defining. Songs like 'Fallen Down', 'Horizon', 'Drive', and 'Cocoon' represent this in a positive way, without a doubt. You won't ever hear me handing compliments out like this, because this is an album I will cherish for a lifetime.
Coheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine Blade
HIM Greatest Love Songs Vol. 666
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Henry's Dream
Restrikted and Friends the graduGAYtion chronicles
U2 The Joshua Tree
U2 The Best Of 1980-1990
VNV Nation Empires

4.0 excellent
2Pac Me Against the World
Alice in Chains Facelift
Assemblage 23 Failure
Failure ultimately manages to successfully scope into Assemblage 23's catalogue
with more a "positive" and "upbeat" style of sound. How the listener approaches the album
will be the deciding factor, in all reality, because the songs themselves are entirely
different from the rest of his albums; they are considerably more spontaneous and
rambunctious. But that somewhat disjointed assumption doesn't necessarily entitle the album
is this way; it could be completely different from listener to listener. Fact is, though,
this is a very great album with a great deal of playback and skillfully moves between weak
spots and avoids them. This is a very mysterious and wonderful album loaded with some
stellar tracks, naming ones such as 'I Am The Rain', 'Disappoint', and 'Silence'. Highly
recommended album for just about anyone or any lone star looking into getting into his music
(Defiance is close to this as well).
Bryan Adams Reckless
Coheed and Cambria No World for Tomorrow
Coheed and Cambria Year of the Black Rainbow
Editors The Back Room
Editors An End Has A Start
HIM Love Metal
HIM Razorblade Romance
HIM Dark Light
HIM Deep Shadows and Brilliant Highlights
HIM Venus Doom
Interpol Antics
Interpol Our Love to Admire
Laibach Volk
Last Step Sleep
Mishka One Tree
Moondog The Viking of Sixth Avenue
Mudvayne L.D. 50
There's something odd about this album, it's well, good nu-metal; who know it could actually be good for once? That's what LD50 contains, nu-metal with a bent towards the progressive style. This album never fails to tone down, as it's musically and lyrically intense through most of it. Chad's vocals were at his apex during this time, and this album shows it without a doubt, as his grunty, growly voice seemingly reaches no-holds-barred. Songs like the noisy 'Dig', and the emotionally devestating 'Death Blooms' and even the musical juggernaut 'Know Forever' are by far Mudvayne's most stellar. This is without a doubt one of the greatest albums to ever surface the earth.
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio Apocalips
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio Songs 4 Hate & Devotion
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
An expansive psychedelic rock tinged/hard rock album that is 100% Queens of the Stone Age; rapid guitar riffs, slightly droning/lazy yet completely understood vocals, enjoyable choruses, and tons of hilarious lyrics. Such a rocking album.
Steel Pulse Handsworth Revolution
The Police Outlandos d'Amour
Tiesto In Search of Sunrise 5: Los Angeles
Tiesto In Search of Sunrise 4: Latin America
Tiesto In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza
Tom Petty Full Moon Fever
Tonic Lemon Parade
Although a bit basic in some areas (for instance, the lyrics), this album is still plastered with great musicality and excellent vocal work. Definitely recommend listening to this one for sure, there's a lot of cool tracks on this
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
U2 Zooropa
U2 Original Soundtracks 1 (As Passengers)
Yellowcard Ocean Avenue
Yellowcard When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes

3.5 great
Alien Ant Farm ANThology
I definitely enjoyed this album, but not all of it entirely clicked. Many songs did, though, and the ones that did are a blast to listen to (like the cover of Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal).
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Bloodhound Gang Hooray For Boobies
Bloodhound Gang One Fierce Beer Coaster
Bloodhound Gang Hefty Fine
Hoobastank The Reason
Hoobastank Hoobastank
Matisyahu Youth
Moondog H'art Songs
Prince 3121
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
The Last Bison Quill
Velvet Revolver Contraband
Yellowcard Lights and Sounds

3.0 good
U2 Pop
This is easily their most underrated/neglected album ever, and that's quite understandable, as this album's sound is purely electronic based. Despite the abrupt genre change, Pop is a reasonably decent album, but definitely not as good as Achtung Baby or War.

2.5 average
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
U2 Songs of Innocence
Weezer Maladroit

1.5 very poor
Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) You Will Eventually Be Forgotten

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