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1 jan. 2011, 22h11m par wilsondan6789
28 mars 2010, 23h30m par specx2I don't intend this list to be exhaustive, exclusionary, or static; on the contrary, I hope this list continues to grow over time. This is a list of the albums that I think are 'perfect'. Usually, what I consider perfect is an album in which I love EVERY single song on the album, and any song on the album stands up on its own as great. If even one song gets old or doesn't impress me, then the album won't make this list, or will be removed from the list. It's quite simple. So, here they are alphabetically:
Arctic Monkeys- Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
AC/DC- Black Ice
Beastie Boys- The Mix-Up
The Beatles- Abbey Road
The Beatles- Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles- Rubber Soul
The Beatles- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Black Keys- Rubber Factory
The Black Keys- El Camino
Bob Marley & The Wailers- Rastaman Vibration
Cake- Comfort Eagle
Cake- Pressure Chief
Cake- Prolonging the Magic
1 fév. 2010, 12h58m par JeroenRos
7 jan. 2010, 5h16m par wilsondan6789
18 oct. 2009, 1h14m par hidude3181. How did you get into 29? Streetlight Manifesto
I heard Keasby Nights and I fell in love with it (Catch version) and I heard the singer went on to make a new band called Streetlight Manifesto. I downloaded all of their albums and I fell in love.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Kanye West
Either Slow Jamz or ]Jesus Walks
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? Angels & Airwaves
I see the stars, they're in your eyes
A playful kiss, can you tell I'm excited?
A fast escape in the nick of time
If you lost your wish, can I help you find it?
I'm on my knee, just one to start
A fresh new start, don't be undecided
If love's a word, that you say
Then say it, I will listen
Start The Machine
4. What is your favorite album by 49? YTCracker
NerdRap Entertainment System
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Bowling for Soup
Own as in bought...
None. I bought a single though. The 1985 single...
14 déc. 2008, 13h34m par nosyg
7 mars 2008, 4h33m par nicebutnubblyGeorgia Anne Muldrow - Olesi: Fragments of an Earth
Rating: 1/5 Kept: 0%
Got this album from a list of female emcees – she raps as Pattie Blingh, apparently, so I checked her other stuff out because I found it first. UGH. Like, the more dippy R&B spiritualist aspects of Lauryn Hill meets the more off-key moments of Nina Simone meets experimental jazz. Obviously, this is someone, somewhere's thing, because someone signed her. But ugh. Good thing I got it cheap.
Lupe Fiasco – The Cool
Rating:3.2 /5 Kept: 100%
I hesitated before buying this, because The Cool was one of the few tracks off Lupe Fiasco's Food and Liquor that I disliked; it's about a zombie, which, YUCK (If you don't mind zombies, though, it sounds great). And Lupe talks in interviews about how this is a concept album about that character, and I was imagining a whole zombie album, and just, no. But even knowing what it was about, it wasn't too overt (thanks for the reassurance, illya23!) and I really enjoyed a lot of it. …
5 fév. 2008, 1h48m par eatyourchildrenIn no particular order:
1. Rx Bandits – "Progress"
2. Thursday – "Full Collapse"
3. Unearth – "The Oncoming Storm"
4. As I Lay Dying – "Frail Words Collapse"
5. Atmosphere – "Lucy Ford"
6. Cursive – "The Ugly Organ"
7. Fear Before The March Of Flames – "Odd How People Shake"
8. Explosions In The Sky – "Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever"
9. U.N.K.L.E. – "Psyence Fiction"
10. Muse – "Absolution"
11. At The Drive-In – "Relationship of Command"
12. CunninLynguists – "Southernunderground"
13. Copywrite – "Mix Tape Vol. 1"
14. Small Brown Bike – "The Collection"
15. Bear Vs. Shark – "Right Now You're in the Best of Hands and if Something isn't Quite Right, Your Doctor Will Know in a Hurry"
16. Broken Social Scene – "You Forgot It In People"
16 jan. 2008, 11h53m par behlertTue 15 Jan – Reel Big Fish, Streetlight Manifesto
I have not scrobbled a single Reel Big Fish track since I joined last.fm. In fact, I have definitly not played a single Reel Big Fish track in the past five years (following storage of the majority of my cd collection), and probably not more than twice in the past eight years.
Yet, if last.fm was around in 1996, Reel Big Fish might still make my overall artists chart. Although I always prefered Arizona locals like Warsaw Poland Bros. and, uh... the names of the others slip my mind... my brief ska phase started with Reel Big Fish.
I saw Reel Big Fish for the first time circa 1995-1996 at the Nile in Mesa, Arizona. I picked up Turn The Radio Off without hesitation the next time I was at Zia (remeber the time we bought albums at cool little independent music stores). I saw them a second time in Tempe not long after. Now, more than a decade later, I couldn't help myself when I saw that they were still around and playing in Paris.