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09.08.10 Need Some New Music, Help08.02.10 Devil And God Vs Ok Computer
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07.24.10 51st List07.19.10 Need Something New
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05.09.10 Albums You Just 'get' 05.07.10 Promotion Whore
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04.03.10 Feedback Please 03.28.10 Raw Energy Albums
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Raw Energy Albums

Bands that LIVE their music, they are the record, its not a pastiche or an act its real as F**k.
1Guns n' Roses
Appetite For Destruction

one the most f*king dangerous band on the planet, they lived and breathed the sleaze they sung,played and wrote about, unlike other bands at the time,gritty heavy, dirty,Sleazy, the album feels urgent and essential like they are about to implode at any second, This my friends is pure Rock n' Roll.
2The Replacements
Let it Be

Goofy yet heart felt, honest and unabashedly frank, blue collar punks who wore their hearts on your ears, truly one of the greatest bands to walk the planet ever.
3Iggy and The Stooges
Raw Power

Title says it all

When Weezer were at their best, Rivers was at his most personal and forthright, can we return there please away from this radio hit or bust parody of their former selves they have become.
5Elliott Smith
New Moon

as Confessional singer songwriters go, Elliott was probably the most open and revealing in his music, autobiographicaly charting his life from alcoholism to his eventual apparent suicide.
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