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5.0 classic
Arcade Fire Funeral
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Brilliant, stunning, epic, masterful, genius. All word that could be used to describe The Arctic Monkeys debut album "Whatever people say I am...". Surely the most astounding thing of all is not the age of the band (all in their teens) or the consistency of the album, but the sheer tongue-in-cheekness of it all, as if the boys already knew it was going to be a masterpiece, and so performed with a near Oasis like complacency. There is not a bad song on the whole album, and whilst Fake tales of San Fransisco and Riot Van don't live up to the excellence of the rest of the album, there are literally thousands of bands out in the big wide world who would actually centre an album around such tracks. That the worst tracks on this album are still stunning is all I have to say, simply awesome.
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Coheed and Cambria Neverender
Neverender is the epitome of generosity. To get all four albums spread over two DVD's for less than £15 is incredible in itself, but when the performances are this good then it is an absolute steal. The first show (SSTB) in particular is almost note perfect and the quaint additions that Chris Pennie adds to the drum beats is a welcome relief from the safe Coheed drumming of old, and delivers promises of an outstanding prequel album.
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Emery ...In Shallow Seas We Sail
Foals Total Life Forever
Total Life Forever is like a stalker, cold and isolated on the surface but teeming with relentless adrenaline underneath the mask...and my word is it good.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞
So my friend wanted some good music and I was like ok theres this album, I dunno if you've heard of it, its called F#A# infinity by some band I think you'd like it because its like all dark and atmospherey but then POW you realise its actually meant to be a scathing commentary on todays world and Blaize Bayley Finnegan III is actually Jesus or something then you orgasm like 50 times and East Hastings is so amazing, but then you think Providence is too long but its so worth it cause the climax is the second best on the record (behind only my epic climax when I listen to it) and then so youre like Dead Flag Blues is the worst - BUT IT ISNT, ITS THE ONLY RECORD EVER WITHOUT A WORST TRACK BECAUSE THEY'RE ALL THE BEST TRACK - and then splodge you ejaculate again and your girlfriend leaves you because she walked in on you when you were fucking your vinyl version like you had your cock in the hole and you were really going for it even though it chafed and yeah its awesome its by the black emperors or something and if you don't like it then you're racist and he was like cool so he got it.
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Kate Bush Hounds of Love
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Mono Hymn to the Immortal Wind
Opeth Still Life
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Portishead Dummy
Radiohead OK Computer
Swarms Old Raves End
The most perfect album of 2011, end of story.
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Strokes Is This It

4.5 superb
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain
Amorphis Silent Waters
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
The Arctic Monkeys return with a darker, maturer sound, whilst still keeping all of the elements that made "Whatever People Say I Am..." such a success. Although not quite up to the standard of their debut, this is filled with catchy songs, and arguably the first 5 songs are collectively better than anything on the first album. If it weren't for a slump in quality halfway through the album, this would be a masterpiece, and while "Old Yellow Bricks" and "505" make for a brilliant ending, you can't help but feel short changed by tracks such as "This House Is A Circus" and "Only Ones Who Know". Even with a few poor tracks, this album is brilliant.
Baroness Purple
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Bon Iver 22, A Million
Brand New Daisy
Burzum Hvis lyset tar oss
Burzum Filosofem
Coheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Damien Rice O
Damien Rice My Favourite Faded Fantasy
David Bowie Hunky Dory
David Bowie Low
David Bowie Blackstar
David Sylvian Secrets of the Beehive
Death The Sound of Perseverance
With the final release of his flagship band and death metal standard bearers Death, Chuck Schuldiner finally perfected the art to create the pinnacle release of the genre.
Death Symbolic
Deftones White Pony
DJ Shadow Endtroducing.....
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Well what can I say about this album that hasn't all been said before? Revolutionary, emotional, aggressive, check check and check. This album basically changed everything I thought I knew about popular music, and without wanting to sound ignorant or racist in any way, probably introduced the majority of white suburban kids to rap music. Without a doubt this is lyrically a masterpiece, with Marshall on top form from the off. The tracks are startlingly diverse, most focusing on human emotions such as anger, fear, insecurity etc, but others just being plain stupid for stupidities sake. Lead single "Real Slim Shady" demonstrates this second point brilliantly, with witth intelligable lyrics intended to offend as many people as possible within the four minute forty four seconds of play time. Other album standouts include the brutally graphic, yet gripping "Kim" and "The way I am" a hauntingly accurate observation on the modern worlds fame scene. All in all, this album is fantastic, and even now, when in the mood, I will put this on and go through the emotional roller coaster that is "The Marshall Mathers LP", loving every second.
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Flying Lotus Cosmogramma
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones
Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight
fun. Aim and Ignite
In Aim And Ignite Nate Ruess and company have created the fun.nest album of 2009. From the unobtrusive organ/violin combination in the opening of Be Calm to the grandoise distorted electric guitar in the closing of Take Your Time there is never a let up in consistency and it is this consistency that is Aim And Ignite's true strength. Quite simply an excellent album and the best pop of 2009.
Glassjaw Worship and Tribute
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Words cannot describe how I feel about the half hour of music offered here by Godspeed You! Black Emperor. The nontet are on absolutely top form here, with both tracks offering a different idea to the EP's dynamic, whilst still obeying the same calculated, methodical structure that GY!BE are known for. First track Moya starts off with a beautifully slow, yet agonizingly tempting string progression before gradually building up into an explosive crescendo of epic proportions; with strings, horns, percussion and god knows what else thrown into the hypnotic concoction. The second track BBFIII is touching perfection as well. Just like Moya, the track starts slowly and builds, but with the crazed monologues of madman Blaize Baily Finnegan in the background the band manage to keep things interesting. THe crescendo at the end is one of the greatest things I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing, and the soft string led ending is proof, if any is needed, that T.S.Eliot was right when he wrote the immortal line "This is the way the world ends, not with a bang, but with a whimper".
GZA Liquid Swords
In Flames The Jester Race
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
"Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" is in my opinion, the magnum opus of one of the greatest heavy metal bands to grace the planet; Iron Maiden. Although not having the best musical content or individual tracks (both accolades that fall to the mighty "Powerslave") the seamless flow and consistency of the songs, mixed with the execution of the concept on offer mean that for this album the sum of the whole is greater than that of the constituent parts. For example, in terms of album openers I would take "Aces High" or "Invaders" over "Moonchild" any day, as I would with many individual comparisons between the "great" Iron Maiden albums. However not a single song lets "Seventh Son..." down; whereas "The Duellists" and "Total Eclipse" respectively let down its less consistent counterparts. Of course this isn't to say that the music on offer is poor, indeed that assumption couldn't be further from the truth. From the slightly more mainstream metal of "Can I Play With Madness" to the distinct Maiden sound on tracks such as "The Clairvoyant" the ballsy decision to add synths to an already winning formula means this album is musically one of Maidens most diverse. With the two standout tracks ("The Evil That Men Do" and "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son") jam packed in the middle of the album, listners need not wait too long to get to the really good stuff. All in all a fantastic album, worthy of a place in any music collection.
ISIS Panopticon
Kamasi Washington The Epic
Karnivool Sound Awake
Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything to Nothing
Marina The Family Jewels
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Mastodon Leviathan
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Neurosis The Eye of Every Storm
Neurosis Through Silver in Blood
Opeth Blackwater Park
This album marked my first foray into death metal. Concerned that I wouldn't like it, I heeded the common conscencious and went for the most highly praised album that I could find. What I eventually stumbled upon is one of the most amazing and complete albums I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. From start to finish this album is refreshingly original, outrageously technical and brilliantly progressive, blending death metal and progressive rock effortlessly. Brutally epic, with intelligent lyrics and beautiful vocals, this record has everything, and while Bleak and The Leper Affinity will forever remain two of my favorite songs, and the sheer nerve of the band to then include a (brilliant) soothing instrumental in Patterns of the Ivy is overwhelming, and the flawless experimentation displayed is typical of a band who have fast become one of my favorites.
Opeth Damnation
Opeth My Arms, Your Hearse
Passion Pit Gossamer
Pink Floyd Animals
Protest the Hero Fortress
Queen The Platinum Collection
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
Radiohead Kid A
Radiohead In Rainbows
Sed Non Satiata Sed Non Satiata
Suede Dog Man Star
Sufjan Stevens Illinois
The Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
Thrice Vheissu
Having not (at this date) heard any of Thrice's earlier records, I cannot really comment on the supposed change of sound that the band pulled off with this release. What I can say is that every single song on this album is absolutely fantastic, ranging from the heavy The Earth Will Shake to the calculated ambiance of Atlantic and Red Sky and everything in between. I cannot praise this album enough, it changed my musical tastes and my life, need I say more?
Thursday No Devolucion
Vektor Terminal Redux

4.0 excellent
65daysofstatic The Fall of Math
A Perfect Circle Thirteenth Step
Agalloch The Mantle
alt-J This Is All Yours
Arcade Fire The Suburbs
Fuck Yes! The disappointment of Neon Bible is now just a distant memory.
Arctic Monkeys AM
Ariana Grande Yours Truly
Ben Howard Every Kingdom
Ben Howard I Forget Where We Were
Benjamin Clementine At Least For Now
Bicep Bicep
Bjork Homogenic
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Bloc Party Silent Alarm
Blur Parklife
Blur 13
Brand New Deja Entendu
Children of Bodom Follow the Reaper
Children of Bodom Hate Crew Deathroll
Coheed and Cambria In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Coldplay Parachutes
Dark Tranquillity The Gallery
David Bowie Aladdin Sane
David Bowie "Heroes"
David Sylvian Brilliant Trees
David Sylvian Dead Bees on a Cake
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Death Human
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Deftones Gore
Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Drudkh Blood In Our Wells
Eminem The Eminem Show
Everything Everything Get to Heaven
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac Tusk
Florence and the Machine Lungs
Flying Lotus You're Dead!
Foals Antidotes
Foals debut release is a technical wonder, enjoyable indie/pop music with intelligent, puzzling lyrics and frenzied synths atop a really quite ordinary indie structure. What sets them apart from 90% of the wannabe's is the tenacity of the songs; all of which remain fun and catchy whilst at the same time containing a quirky unpredictability. Without a doubt one of the best debut releases of 2008.
Foals What Went Down
Frank Turner Love, Ire & Song
Frightened Rabbit Painting of a Panic Attack
Ghostface Killah Supreme Clientele
Glassjaw Coloring Book
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Gojira The Way of All Flesh
In Flames Colony
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden Brave New World
ISIS Wavering Radiant
James Blake The Colour in Anything
Kamasi Washington Harmony of Difference
Kanye West Late Registration
Kanye West The College Dropout
Kate Bush The Dreaming
Kate Bush The Kick Inside
Kate Tempest Let Them Eat Chaos
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
letlive. Fake History
Low Roar 0
Machine Head Through the Ashes of Empires
Machine Head The Blackening
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math
Manchester Orchestra A Black Mile to the Surface
Marina Froot
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon Crack the Skye
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Metallica Master of Puppets
Moonsorrow Viides luku - Hävitetty
Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I
Neurosis Given to the Rising
Nine Horses Snow Borne Sorrow
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral
Nine Inch Nails The Fragile
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Opeth Ghost Reveries
Passion Pit Manners
Periphery Juggernaut: Alpha
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Porcupine Tree In Absentia
Protest the Hero Kezia
Pulp Different Class
Queen News of the World
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt II
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come
Rishloo Feathergun
Rishloo Living as Ghosts with Buildings as Teeth
Royal Blood Royal Blood
Slipknot Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
With the softer side of Slipknot now fully in effect, Vol 3: The Subliminal Verses attempts to focus more on the melodic than the extreme. Throughout the album Corey's vocals seem distant and disinterested, and pale in comparison to those of "side project" Stone Sour. While musically the album is on the same level as previous albums, the shocking brutality and "don't give a fuck" attitude seem missing, and although singles Before I Forget and Vermillion Pt I save the album from being a complete travesty, they are ultimately too little too late. Overall this valiant progression in the bands sound ultimately fails to deliver either the energy or brutality of earlier albums.
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell
Swarms Black Chapel Sun
Sylosis Edge of the Earth
Taking Back Sunday Tell All Your Friends
TesseracT Polaris
The Cure Disintegration
The Flaming Lips The Soft Bulletin
The Flaming Lips Embryonic
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Last Shadow Puppets The Age Of The Understatement
The Libertines Up The Bracket
The Maccabees Given to the Wild
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The War on Drugs Lost in the Dream
The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan
Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes
Thrice The Illusion of Safety
Tool Lateralus
U2 The Joshua Tree
Wintersun Wintersun
Wolf Alice Visions of a Life
Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

3.5 great
65daysofstatic We Were Exploding Anyway
A Perfect Circle Mer de Noms
alt-J Relaxer
Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Arcade Fire Reflektor
Arcade Fire Everything Now
At the Drive-In In/Casino/Out
Bjork Post
Bjork Debut
Bjork Biophilia
Bloc Party A Weekend in the City
Bloc Party Intimacy
Blur Modern Life Is Rubbish
Blur The Magic Whip
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Brand New Science Fiction
Bullet For My Valentine The Poison
Coheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Ascension
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Dark Sky Othona
Daughter Music From Before the Storm
David Bowie Diamond Dogs
David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
David Bowie The Next Day
David Gilmour Rattle That Lock
David Sylvian Manafon
Manafon is a reserved experiment in artistic minimalism. The lack of exuberance in the song structure can grow wearisome after a while, especially in the bloated, prolonged middle section. Musically the vocals are the standout, and often the only obvious driving force behind the songs. The poetic lyrics and thought provoking metaphors are delivered with considered style, especially considering the abject despondency of the majority of the album. The withering misery could put many potential listeners off, as indeed could the long-lasting silences reminiscent of Sputnik favourite Godspeed You! Back Emperors F# A# (infinity) in style, if not in substance. At times it can be a difficult album to get through and without a doubt cannot just be put on at any time; listeners need to be in the mood for it. In the end Manafon fails to live up to previous works such as Brilliant Trees or Secrets Of The Beehive, but it has been 20 long years since Sylvian released those masterworks and Manafon is a good enough contemporary effort to tide fans over for another few years.
David Sylvian Gone to Earth
Deftones Around the Fur
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists
Dream Theater Awake
Drudkh Autumn Aurora
Emancipator Safe In The Steep Cliffs
Enter Shikari The Mindsweep
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes
Fleetwood Mac Tango in the Night
Florence and the Machine Ceremonials
Foals Holy Fire
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
Moar like post-cock
Haken Affinity
In Flames Clayman
In Flames Whoracle
In Flames Come Clarity
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Iron Maiden The Book of Souls
ISIS Oceanic
James Blake James Blake
James Blake Enough Thunder
Jamie xx In Colour
Kalmah Swamplord
Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak
Kanye West Yeezus
Karnivool Themata
Kate Bush Aerial
Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow
Kendrick Lamar Section.80
Korn Follow the Leader
Laura Marling I Speak Because I Can
Machine Head Bloodstone and Diamonds
Manchester Orchestra I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child
Marina Electra Heart
Massive Attack Blue Lines
Megadeth Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Moonsorrow Tulimyrsky
Nine Inch Nails With Teeth
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana Nevermind
Opeth Morningrise
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth Watershed
Pariso/Kerouac Split
Pink Floyd Meddle
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pixies Doolittle
Porcupine Tree Fear of a Blank Planet
Portishead Portishead
Portishead Third
Queen Sheer Heart Attack
Raekwon Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang
Rishloo Eidolon
Eidolon is Seattle based progressive-rock band Rishloo's sophomore album, and it shows a definate progression from debut Terras Fames. By ditching many of the Tool-esque sounds that plagued Terras Fames, Rishloo have found their true identity and many of the ideas on the album feel fresh because of it. Lead single "Freaks and Animals" opens the album well and gives a good taste of whats to come, mainly a tight-knit bunch of musicians playing well structured music. If there is one negative it is that lead singer Andrew Mailloux tends to oversing his part and dominates over the less assertive instrumental performances, but in the end the positives far outweigh this.
Rx Bandits Mandala
Sampha Process
Shadows Fall Threads of Life
Slipknot Iowa
Snow Patrol Final Straw
Stevie Nicks Trouble In Shangri-La
Tame Impala Currents
The Flaming Lips Clouds Taste Metallic
The Fratellis Costello Music
The Killers Sam's Town
The Maccabees Marks To Prove It
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The National Sleep Well Beast
The Pigeon Detectives Wait For Me
The Streets A Grand Don't Come For Free
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth
The Verve Urban Hymns
The War on Drugs A Deeper Understanding
The Weeknd Beauty Behind the Madness
The White Stripes Elephant
Thrice The Artist in the Ambulance
Thrice The Alchemy Index Vols. I & II
Thrice The Alchemy Index Vols. III & IV
Thursday Full Collapse
Trivium Ascendancy

3.0 good
Adele 21
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Arctic Monkeys Humbug
Bloc Party Four
Children of Bodom Are You Dead Yet?
Circa Survive Violent Waves
Coheed and Cambria No World for Tomorrow
Coheed and Cambria Year of the Black Rainbow
Chris Pennie: For this I love you.
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
Coldplay Ghost Stories
Cynic Traced in Air
Damien Rice 9
Dark Tranquillity Fiction
David Bowie Reality
David Sylvian Blemish
Deftones Deftones
Disturbed The Sickness
Dream Theater Black Clouds and Silver Linings
Eagles Hotel California
Eminem Encore
Florence and the Machine How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart
fun. Some Nights
Glassjaw Our Color Green (The Singles)
Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage
James Blake Love What Happened Here
James Blake Overgrown
Kaiser Chiefs Employment
La Roux La Roux
Lacuna Coil Comalies
Machine Head The Burning Red
Manchester Orchestra Cope
Metallica Death Magnetic
Nine Inch Nails Ghosts I-IV
Opeth Orchid
Periphery Periphery
Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
Pink Floyd The Endless River
Pulp His 'n' Hers
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Queens of the Stone Age Villains
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Radiohead TKOL RMX 1234567
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Slipknot .5: The Gray Chapter
Snow Patrol Eyes Open
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May
Swarms Low Sun
Taking Back Sunday Where You Want To Be
Taking Back Sunday Louder Now
The Cure Wish
The Decemberists The King Is Dead
The Flaming Lips At War with the Mystics
The Flaming Lips The Flaming Lips And Heady Fwends
The Mars Volta The Bedlam in Goliath
The Mars Volta Octahedron
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
The Strokes Room on Fire
The Strokes Angles
The White Stripes Icky Thump
The Wombats A Guide to Love, Loss and Desperation
Thrice Beggars
After the phenomenally ambitious if slightly disappointing concept "The Alchemy Index" Thrice are signalling their intentions toward another genre shift, this time transmogrifying into a more mainstream friendly alt-rock act. If you enjoyed "The Alchemy Index", especially the "Earth" EP, then there is a good chance you'll be wholly satisfied with the majority of "Beggars". There is a very natural progression from this EP to "Beggars" with a large influence from Dustin's solo work creeping into the band's sound. However despite treading unfamiliar territory there is something comfortingly familiar in the majority of the material here. "Wood & Wire" could easily have come from either "The Alchemy Index" or Thrice's last 'proper' album "Vheissu" with an ending reminiscent to that of "Red Sky" four years ago. While the album is unsurprisingly consistent, the two outstanding highlights "In Exile" and the eponymous "Beggars" are similar only in that they both manage to slow the albums tempo and harness the roaming guitars, instead focussing intensely on Dustin's much improved vocals. In essence "Beggars" is a stepping stone album and when looked at in this light is a rather remarkable piece of work.
Thrice Major/Minor
Tool 10,000 Days
Trivium Shogun
Good album really. Not better than good, but it is good...hence the rating.
Wintersun Time I

2.5 average
A Perfect Circle eMOTIVe
Adele 19
Arctic Monkeys Suck It and See
Blur Think Tank
Boy Kill Boy Civilian
Bullet For My Valentine Scream, Aim, Fire
Coldplay X&Y
Eminem Relapse
Eminem Recovery
Recovery is the album people hoped Relapse would be.
Evanescence Fallen
Foals Tapes
In Flames A Sense of Purpose
Kadhja Bonet The Visitor
Kaiser Chiefs Yours Truly, Angry Mob
Kate Bush Lionheart
Kate Bush The Red Shoes
Korn See You on the Other Side
Lacuna Coil Karmacode
Metallica Metallica
Oasis Don't Believe the Truth
Pink Floyd The Division Bell
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Royal Blood How Did We Get So Dark?
Snow Patrol A Hundred Million Suns
The Enemy We'll Live And Die In These Towns
The Flaming Lips Dark Side of the Moon
The Libertines The Libertines
The Pigeon Detectives Emergency
The Ting Tings Super Critical
The Wombats This Modern Glitch
Trivium The Crusade
Twin Atlantic Great Divide
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
Wednesday 13 Transylvania 90210

2.0 poor
Blur Leisure
Boy Kill Boy Stars and The Sea
Children of Bodom Blooddrunk
Disturbed Indestructible
Kaiser Chiefs Off With Their Heads
Korn Untitled
Metallica Reload
Metallica Load
Raekwon Fly International Luxurious Art
The Killers Day & Age

1.5 very poor
Metallica St. Anger
Oasis Heathen Chemistry
The Ting Tings Sounds from Nowheresville

1.0 awful
Crazy Frog Crazy Frog Presents Crazy Hits
Just No.
The Pigeon Detectives Up, Guards And At 'Em!
The Ting Tings We Started Nothing

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