Average Rating: 3.96
Rating Variance: 0.38
Objectivity Score: 57% (Somewhat Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicBlack Flag Nervous BreakdownBlack Flag DamagedCeremony (USA-CA) Violence ViolenceCeremony (USA-CA) RuinedDangers AngerDavid Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From MarsDead Kennedys Fresh Fruit for Rotting VegetablesDescendents Milo Goes to CollegeElliott Smith Either/OrGorilla Biscuits Start TodayHusker Du Zen ArcadeJohn Coltrane Blue TrainJoy Division Unknown PleasuresMiles Davis Kind of BlueMinor Threat Complete DiscographyMinor Threat Out of StepMinor Threat Minor ThreatModest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded WestLove this album, its so epic in everyway. I kind of have to be in a sorta sad mood to listen to it though. But every song is fantastic, except the one about Jesus. But, gee this album's packet with long good songs.Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaOperation Ivy EnergyPavement Crooked Rain, Crooked RainMy favorite Pavement, with more variety and maturity than their sister album"Slanted", but still keeping the fun of Pavement. This is one of those albums that I really liked at first and still like it. At first the songs were muddled together, hard to distinguish because of the flow. I could get rid of "Filmore Jive". A chill album with chill songs for the most part! Such a classic, all the songs feel very nostalgic.Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPixies DoolittleRage Against The Machine Rage Against The MachineRefused The Shape of Punk to ComeSonic Youth Daydream NationNoise, Noise, and some more Noise all put together in a meaningful fashion. Quiet, Loud, Quiet, Loud. All the extremes are on here. From when Thurston starts singing on "Teenage Riot" to the aggressiveness on Silver Rocket that will be right here on the album. That awesome guitar riff in "Total Trash" that leads into a crazy guitar work for the last two minutes. To the odd "Providence" with beautiful piano, seeming like its from a war movie. Just let this album sync in!Sonic Youth SisterThe Beatles Abbey RoadThe Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe Clash The ClashThe Clash London CallingA very very very varied album, with punk rock at its base; sprinkled with reggae and ska. Hard punk rock to joyful "Lover's Rock". This album flow seaminglessly well. The hit single in the U.K. "London Calling" compared to the joful "Train in Vain" in the U.S. just show how varied the Clash were at this stage, when they edging on popularity. This is Clash's best album!Weezer WeezerWeezer Pinkerton4.5 superbAgainst Me! Reinventing Axl RoseAmerican Football American FootballBeastie Boys Paul's BoutiqueBright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's MorningBuilt to Spill Keep It Like a SecretCaddywhompus The WeightCatch 22 Keasbey NightsCeremony (USA-CA) Rohnert ParkChoking Victim No Gods, No ManagersChuck Berry The Great Twenty-EightConverge Jane DoeElvis Costello This Year's ModelFugazi FugaziGorilla Biscuits Gorilla BiscuitsHum Downward Is HeavenwardHum You'd Prefer an AstronautHusker Du New Day RisingJoyce Manor Joyce ManorKid Dynamite Kid DynamiteKid Dynamite Shorter, Faster, LouderLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IVMac DeMarco 2Merchandise Children of DesireMinor Threat In My EyesMisfits Walk Among UsModest Mouse The Moon & Antarctica"3rd Planet"-10, "Gravity Rides Everything"-10, "Dark Center Of The Universe"- 8, "Perfect Disguise"- 8, "City Made of Ashes"- 9, "A Different City"- 9, "The Cold Part"- 8, "Alone Down There"-9, "Wild Pack of Family Dogs"-9, "Paper Thin Walls"-10, "I Came As a Rat" - 9, "Lives"- 9, "Life Like Weeds"- 7, "What People Are Made Of"-7: "8.2= 4.1=.4 because of the emotional intensity and long epicness of the album"Modest Mouse This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think AboutNirvana MTV Unplugged in New YorkNirvana NevermindNostalgic 90's rock for me. I liked this so much in the 6th grade, I still do. People say this is overrated, well its not. Its really good rock music.NOFX Punk in DrublicOperation Ivy HecticPavement Slanted and EnchantedAmazing album that influenced lo-fi and indie rock. Starting off very strong with Summer Babe and Trigger Cut/Wounded Kite At: 17. Sprinkled with playful songs such as "Conduit For Sale", "Chelsey's Little Wrists", "Two States"and "Fame Throwa". Some slower serious song "In the Mouth of a Desert", "Zurich is Stained", "Here", "Our Singer". This album would be a bit better without the amaeturish songs, but this is when Pavement was at an amateur stage...their first record. Just a good album overall, although the last third slumps a little. Get this along side their sister album "Crooked, Rain Crooked Rain". This is definitely a strong 9.Pink Floyd AnimalsSlowdive SouvlakiThe Beatles Rubber SoulThe Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink RobotsThe Shins Chutes Too NarrowThe Shins Oh, Inverted WorldA)Reason I found out about this band- Garden Stater B) Reason I love this album- One of my first albums I ever owned, that pretty cool. 1. Since listening to this album again and again, then coming back to it. I still like it just as much as I did back then. 2. Switches between very fun pop songs to ballad-like songs. Think Caring is Creepy, New Slang, the Past and Pending; then Know Your Onion, Girl Inform Me, Past and Pending. 3. The only problem I have with this album is a weak midsection right after New Slang, starting with just a little bit "Girl on the Wing", and then "Your Algebra. But, it picks up with "Pressed in a Book", and leaves off with the amazing "Past and Pending".The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese DreamThe Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite SadnessThe Sonics Here Are the SonicsThe Specials SpecialsThursday No DevolucionThursday Full CollapseWilco Yankee Hotel Foxtrot4.0 excellentAJJ Knife ManAJJ People Who Can Eat People are the Luckiest PeopleArcade Fire FuneralBADBADNOTGOOD BBNG2Beck OdelaySo much variety in 40 mins. My soundtrack to summer when I was 13 years. old. Just amazing. Belle and Sebastian The Boy With the Arab StrapLove this album, wish some of the song weren't in it though.Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling SinisterBest music to listen to while reading on a Sunday while drinking tea, or any day. Very calm and relaxing. "Get Me Away" is very catch also.Ben Folds Five Whatever and Ever, AmenBeulah When Your Heartstrings BreakBill Evans Portrait in JazzBlack Breath Sentenced To LifeBlack Breath Heavy BreathingBrand New Your Favorite WeaponCaddywhompus RemainderCeremony (USA-CA) Still Nothing Moves YouCeremony (USA-CA) Scared PeopleCode Orange Embrace Me // Erase MeCode Orange CyclesCreem CreemCreem CuratorCro-Mags Age of QuarrelD.R.I. Dealing with It!Defiance, Ohio Share What Ya GotDefiance, Ohio The Great DepressionDonovan Wolfington Stop BreathingFleet Foxes Sun GiantFleet Foxes Helplessness BluesFleet Foxes Fleet FoxesFull of Hell Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My HomeGaza No Absolutes in Human SufferingGlish Blast OffGreen Day DookieHatred Surge DeconstructHost Split w/ KYOTYInfest SlaveIron Lung Sexless // No SexJoystick This Time It's PersonalLittle Richard Here's Little RichardLudovico Einaudi DivenireMadball Set It OffMagrudergrind MagrudergrindManchester Orchestra I'm Like a Virgin Losing a ChildAweomse/amazing first four songs. Some of my favorite songs actually; then it kind of simmers down and slightly rises up and down. Minor Threat First Demo TapeModest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News*I'll only rate the actual songs* "The World At Large"- 8, "Float On"- 9, "Ocean Breathes Salty"- 9.5, "Bury Me With It"- 8, ""Dance Hall"- 6, 'Bukowski"- 7, "This Devil's Workday"- 5, "The View"- 7, "Satin In A Coffin"- 6, "Blame It On the Tetons"- 9.5, "Black Cadillacs"- 8, "One Chance"- 9, "The Good Times Are Killing Me"-7: "7.6=3.8-.5 for all those pointless interlude songs"Modest Mouse Interstate 8Nails Abandon All LifeNana Grizol Love It Love ItNirvana In UteroOFF! First Four EPsPaul Baribeau Grand LedgePaul Baribeau UnbearablePaul Baribeau Paul BaribeauPunch PunchPygmy Lush Mount HopeRamones RamonesRamones Rocket to RussiaRamones Road to RuinReal Estate Real EstateReal Estate DaysRed Hot Chili Peppers Greatest HitsRetox RetoxRotary Downs Chained to the ChariotWho calls for Pavement mixed with psychedelic funner songs, I'de like that. Silver Jews American WaterSimon and Garfunkel Greatest HitsSoundtrack (Film) Garden StateSuperchunk No Pocky For KittySwervedriver Mezcal HeadThe Beatles Magical Mystery TourThe Lollies PotentialThe Rooks I Can't, I Won't, Give UpThe Smashing Pumpkins GishThe Strokes Is This ItTigers Jaw Tigers JawTitle Fight Floral GreenTitle Fight The Last Thing You ForgetTNGHT TNGHTTrash Talk Walking DiseaseTrash Talk PlaguesTyler, the Creator BastardVampire Weekend Vampire WeekendReally good summery pop album, I'de give it a 9 but its missing just something.Vapo-Rats MischiefVince Guaraldi Trio A Charlie Brown ChristmasWilco The Whole Love3.5 greatA Billion Ernies Dumpster GenerationACxDC The Second ComingAngry Banana Be Nice or LeaveASAP Rocky Live.Love.A$AP.Backtrack Darker HalfBacktrack Deal With The DevilBADBADNOTGOOD BBNGBeastie Boys Licensed to IllRyhim & Stealin- 7, The New Style- 8, She's Crafty- 7, Posse in Effect- 6, Slow Ride- 6, Girls- 7, Fight For Your Right- 10, No Sleep Til Brooklyn- 9, Paul Revere- 8, Hold It Now, Hit It- 8, Brass Monkey- 9, Slow and Low- 7, Time to Get Ill- 6, =7=3.5 (Too many decent songs overshadowed by Fight for Your Right and Brass Monkey)Belle and Sebastian Dear Catastrophe WaitressReally like some songs, some songs are really gay in a way. UhBen Folds Rockin' The SuburbsI think Ben Folds should do more like "Rockin the Suburs", he's really good at those. Although I do like his piano songs, they seem to have lost the real fun some of them used to have. I really like it though. How could you not?Broken Bells Broken BellsNothing amazing here except for "The High Road" really. Overall, a very sleepy album although that I enjoy, and see something going for them in a good direction. "Ghost on Side" is really good too. The other songs are just good.Cerebral Ballzy Cerebral BallzyClassics of Love Classics of LoveClassics of Love Walking in Shadows EPCode Orange Love Is Love // Return To DustDead Kennedys In God We Trust, Inc.Death Cab for Cutie TransatlanticismDouble Negative DaydreamnationEarl Sweatshirt EARLExpire Sink With MeExpire Grim RhythmFlake Music When You Land Here, It's Time To ReturnGlish Come DownGorillaz Plastic BeachElecontric/Hip Hop/Alternative Rock mixed into a package. I like the idea. Get rid of filler tracks. Good idea, but not used,hmm. Light 8, strong 7!~~~Heat Dust Heat Dust EPHop Along Get DisownedHost There's nothing up there but heavy cloudsi'm fine with a lot to learn.Japandroids Post-NothingJFA Valley of the YakesJoyce Manor Of All Things I Will Soon Grow TiredKid Cudi Man on the Moon: The End of DayGood beats, decent lyrics. Spacey feel throughout. Check out- Pursuit of Happyness, Soundtrack 2 My Life, and Cudi Zone.Les Doux DialectsNight Birds The Other Side Of DarknessNo Age Everything In BetweenThis is the definite punk album of the year. The vocals remind me Joey Ramone a bit, but much better. Come listen to some nice loud off the wall songs, think, "Fever Dreaming", "Depletion","Valley Hump Crash", and "Sorts". Then sing along to poppier tracks "Glitter" and "Chem Trails". Oh, if you like instrumental tracks, then well they have them here to here. I think this a very solid album. Give it some listens and let it sync in. I do think they could do without the instrumental tracks...4 tracks. They just aren't interesting enough to be instrumental. My favorite tracks are "Fever Dreaming", "Sorts", and "Chem Trails". I can kinda relate this to Wavves's King of the Beach. I really liked the punk songs, but could do away with the odd electronic songs.!No Age NounsOwen At Home With OwenPhoenix Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix1901 gotta love it. Yeah I do too. Listzomania, gotta love it. Rest of the album, gotta like it.Ramones Greatest HitsRetox Ugly AnimalsRotary Downs Cracked Maps and Blue ReportsRotting Out Street ProwlRotting Out VandalizedSoundtrack (Film) JunoState of Alert No PolicyStuck Lucky Possom SoulSurfer Blood Astro CoastWho calls for a strong 8, I do I do I do in indeed.Surfer Blood Tarot ClassicsThe Computers This Is The ComputersThe Decemberists Castaways and CutoutsUsed to love this album so much, very relaxing album the tells stories of an old-1800s feel. Very well structured songs, although some songs drag on and on. Gotta love the July, July (the only fast song)The Offspring Greatest HitsThe Shins Wincing the Night AwayA new fresh poppy direction for the Shins. The songs that are awesome are just plain awesome, and I personally think the Shins should've done more of those songs; think "Australia", "Sleeping Lessons", "Phantom Limb", "Turn On Me". Basically the singles. the other songs are too bland except for "Sea Legs" and "Girl Sailor". The Shins Port of MorrowThe Teen Idles Minor DisturbanceThe White Stripes Icky ThumpThe White Stripes White Blood CellsThe White Stripes De StijlThe White Stripes ElephantTitle Fight ShedTrash Talk AwakeTrash Talk Trash TalkWavves King of the BeachVery fun album with elements of punk in many songs. Surf elements in "King of the Beach" and all of the faster songs. Self hate in "Idiot". "Take on the World", and "Green Eyes". Some psychedelic songs like"When Will you come?", "Baseball Cards", and "Convertible Balloon. rBest songs- Post Acid and King of the BeachrCons- Alot of repetivenessrBottom Line- If you enjoy fun and fast music with punk and indie elements. And a sense of not caring, then buy. And turn up the volume. It does have a departing sound from the previous Wavves albums though.Wavves Afraid of HeightsWilco A Ghost is Born3.0 goodAudacity Power DrowningCasey Jones The MessengerCeremony (USA-CA) ZooCode Orange Demo 2010Das Racist Shut Up, DudeDeath Cab for Cutie Plans"Marching Bands of Manhattan"- 8, "Soul Meets Body"- 10, "Summer Skin"- 7, "Different Names For The Same Thing"- 7, "I Will Follow You Into the Dark"- 10, "Your Heart Is an Empty Heart"- 7. "Someday You Will Be Loved"- 6, "Crooked Teeth"- 8, "What Sarah Said"-9, "Brothers on a Hotel Bed"- 7, "Stable Song"- 7: "7.8= 3.9"Donovan Wolfington Sometimes, NostalgiaExpire Pendulum SwingsAlbum is fucking awesome.I've been waiting for them to release their debut after numerous rEPs and, I have to say it fullfills all expectations. Also, this Pendulum Swings has superb rproduction. Stoked to see these guys kill it with Backtrack, Ceremony, and Cold World on rJune 4th.i'm fine Rad! and SubtractKid Cudi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. RagerMGMT Oracular SpectacularMGMT did something that many bands may find themselves in. They 3 very good singles. And didn't really care about the rest of the album. Well, not really; they tried to make the other songs as good but really couldn't make them come close. Although I do dig the acoustic "Pieces of What".MGMT Congratulations"It's Working"- 7, "Song For Dan Treacy"- 7, "Someone's Missing"-7, "Flash Delirium"- 9, "I Found a Whistle"-7, "Siberian Peaks"- 9.5, "Brian Eno"-8, "Lady Dada's Nightmare"- 6, "Congratulations"- 9.5:"70=3.5" (I think it's more of an album than Oracular Spectacular, its flows really good; ending witch a great song)Modest Mouse No One's First, and You're NextNirvana BleachOFF! OFF!The Cure GaloreThe Drums The DrumsThe Drums Summertime!The Strokes AnglesThe White Stripes The White StripesRaw, raw, raw music. Just cool to the max, unlike maybe my nerdy indie pop, this is just a really cool bluesy rock album. Something to blast really loud in the outdoors. I can't explain the rawness of it!Trash Talk Eyes & NinesTrash Talk 119Turnstile Pressure To SucceedVampire Weekend ContraFun poppy songs, but please get rid of the slower songs. Please do.2.5 averageThe Decemberists The King Is DeadGood songs. Not much of an album album, more like good songs.The Drums PortamentoWavves Life Sux2.0 poorMac Miller K.I.D.S.Weezer HurleyDo I hate mediocrity from a band that can do so much more.
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