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01.31.09 Top 5 Albums Of The New Millenium

Top 5 Albums Of The New Millenium

Since the new millenium is so new, I thought I'd make a list of what I believe to be the top 5 albums musically and socially since the year 2000

If you told me some punk band was capable of this type of radical sonic change, I'd think your crazy. But Thrice proves it and proves it well as they revolutionize themselves while keeping what inspired them in the first place. A brilliant album and shows how muscially diverse and talented the band really is. Honorable Mention: The Earth Will Shake, For Miles, Of Dust And Nations, Red Sky

A phenomenal moody triumph from a band all about moody absolute underrated gem. Honorable mention: Life In A Glass House, Dollars And Cents, You And Whose Army?, Hunting Bears
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Planet Of Ice

Expanding their sound, MTB capture what they've been looking for this whole time: a very tight album that sounds like the band is right at home in the studio. Looking forward to the next one from these guys. Honorable mention: Knights, When We Escape, Ice Monster
4System Of A Down

System's most popular album is also a groovy punch in the gut, with songs like "Prison Song" and "Deer Dance" knocking the roof off. Honorable mention: Prison Song, Deer Dance, Toxicity, ATWA
Kid A

While not as dark or paranoid as its brother Amnesiac, Kid A might be written better as Radiohead dive into epic soundscapes that fill your ears and seemingly pull every emotion out of you. By delving even deeper into unfamiliar territories, Kid A is a great step in this bands career that shows they are masters of their craft. Honorable mention: Everything In Its Right Place, Kid A, The National Anthem, Idioteque
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