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06.09.08 You Don't Know Me: Top 25

You Don't Know Me: Top 25

My Top 25
1Black Sabbath
Master of Reality

Still, thirty years later, Master of Reality is still heavy as fuck, and Ozzy can still sing. Damn good album.
2A Perfect Circle
Mer de Noms

Maybe I haven't listened to enough music, but the dark atmosphere created on APC's debut is fantastic...
Origin of Symmetry

Muse's pure enjoyability comes up in full-power here, enjoyable, fun, and creative. The guitar work is ace, and the noise is perfectly subdued.
Blackwater Park

Opeth may have soured in later releases, but Blackwater Park shows the band excelling on all cylinders.
Surfer Rosa

Everybody loves the Pixies, and for good reason. No explanation needed.
6The Cure

The Cure have put out some badass albums in their time, but Disintegration is their dark, abstract, and unorthodox.
The Joshua Tree

U2's magnificent atmospheric classic, The Joshua Tree. Where the Streets Have No Name, and so many others are unforgettable.
8 R.E.M.
Fables of the Reconstruction

Moody, elegant, and indie packaged with Michael Stipe's pointlessly stupid lyrics. Perfect mindless music.
9 The Who
Who's Next

Unlike later 'Who' releases, Who's Next still sounds current and ass-kicking good to this date.
10Streetlight Manifesto
Somewhere in the Between

Normally, I don't listen to Ska. But Streetlight's latest is so good I have to.

Fifteen years later, Sublime's self-titled is the 'feel good summer' music. Any questions?
12Smashing Pumpkins

Billy Corgan may be an irritating prick in the vein of Lars Ulrich, but his introspective electronic album was a masterpiece.

Hey, Taproot may be rather irritating, but they were pretty damn good in their hey-day. Good Heavy Metal at it's best.
14Alice in Chains
Jar of Flies

This EP is the best EP ever crafted, perfect length, variety, and sound.
15Death Cab for Cutie
Narrow Stairs

Such a dark, enthralling album. Addicting, creepy, and totally worthwhile. Death Cab's best.

Chris Cornell rips his voice badass, Morello excels on guitar, and the songs are catchy. What's not to like? The best radio rock, plain and simple.
L.D. 50

Out of all the Nu-Metal bands, Mudvayne is the best. Their music is ferocious and the guitar work original. Great nu-metal album.
18Faith No More
Angel Dust

Mike Patton may be a selfish asshole who thinks he knows all about music, but Faith No More's Angel Dust is damn amazing the whole way through.

Thirty-minute space odysseys? Hell yeah.
20Mr. Bungle
Disco Volante

Mr. Bungle's Disco Volante was their craziest and most experimental, but was also their most memorable, by far.
OK Computer

Radiohead made a damn good, perfect album here. Karma Police may very well be one of the best songs ever, just Electoneering sucks balls.
22Black Sabbath

The beginning of Heavy Metal right here, badass songs, heavy and rhythmic all at once. Iron Man is still amazing even to this date.
23 The Strokes
Is This It

...This album spoke to me back when I was in Middle School.
A Night at the Opera

Queen's vocal layering, badass riffs, and folk style makes them ALWAYS a great listen.
Sing the Sorrow

The very first punk record I listened to...awe-inspiring. Even though AFI sucks live...=)
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