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Top 21 albums out of 1111 rated ones

The end of the years is at the doorstep and I rated a particular number of 1111 albums, so I wanted to highlight the ones i found most important! Also some important quotes. (1-3 are a 5/5, 4-7 are a 4.9/5, 8-13 are a 4.8/5 and 14/21 are a 4.7/5)
21Elliott Smith

"Here's a song I made up while I was watching Xena the Warrior Princess with the sound off. It's a fact. I had a secret crush on Xena. It was a secret to me too. I wouldn't admit it. She's pretty fuckin' tough. She has a good yell... she kills the stupid gladiators with the log-trap. Release the log-trap! She releases the log-trap and they all get... crushed. They'd all wanna be with her if they could, but unfortunately they're not on her side. It's a lot better with the sound off. Really, it is. And the song didn't have anything to do with Xena... but... I was about half a bottle through Jameson's... if that makes any sense." (before playing "Between the Bars" at a concert in 1996)
—Elliott Smith

"I wear clothes reflecting the color of my soul!" (black)
—Varg Vilkenes
19Talking Heads
Remain in Light

"I couldn't talk to people face to face, so I got on stage and started screaming and squealing and twitching."
—David Byrne

"Now since I've gotten back into it, I've been listening to a lot more of the 1990s death metal type stuff."
—David Pajo

"The most nerve-wracking experience is an oral presentation in class. And right under that would be doing 'Saturday Night Live' or 'David Letterman.' One of those shows."
—Rivers Coumo
16Massive Attack

Del Naja, as the Duchess of York recently discovered, swears a lot. He doesn't seem to mean anything offensive by it, however. In fact, I doubt whether he knows he's even doing it. He is just an extremely passionate individual for whom swearing is a form of emphasis and verbal punctuation. It is a style of speech you can hear everywhere on the streets of Britain, where swear-words are frequently employed as all-purpose verbs, adjectives and nouns. It is not normally encouraged at televised awards ceremonies though.
15The Angelic Process
Weighing Souls With Sand

14The Smiths
The Queen Is Dead

“Robert Smith is a whingebag.”
—Steven Patrick Morrissey
13Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures

"Everyone calls us Nazis."
—Ian Curtis
12Sigur Ros
Agætis byrjun

"Bjork is like an aunt to us. She opens up new territories. Sometimes we meet at a bar and drink champagne and party like crazy."
Kid A

"And I know I'm paranoid and neurotic, I've made a career out of it."
—Thom Yorke
10Sweet Trip
Velocity : Design : Comfort

(((insert glitch noises)))
To Be Kind

"I used to routinely break my ribs doing stupid things onstage, but I have a healthy fear of breaking my bones now."
—Michael Gira
8Have a Nice Life
The Unnatural World

"Me: *plays literally three seconds of washed out synth*
Ollie: Dad, did you write this song?
—Dan Barrett
7Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven

(instrumental breaks continuous to infinity)
6Death Grips
The Money Store

—MC Ride
I Could Live in Hope

"I don't really like ska."
—Alan Sparhawk
4My Bloody Valentine


2System of a Down
System of a Down

"Superman told me that we needed to make a double type of record and so I answered: 'Okay, Superman. We will make a double type of record, but it won't be a double album because Batman didn't want a double album."
—Daron Malakian
1Have a Nice Life

—Dan Barett
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