First of all: don't be fooled by the "official" label on this thread... Official threads tend not to contain as much personal opinions as this one contains.
When it comes to Modest Mouse, I shall not be pushed into the objective corner of the room. No sir! I shall not! :no:
So, to get to the subjective part right now --> Modest Mouse is a must have for all self-respecting indie listeners. I use the term indie lightly, don't judge me by it.. I might as well have said alternative rocker, but that wouldn't sound quite as cool now would it?
This is them:
I'm sure you all know how to type, but let me help you: Modest Mouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
* This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About (1996)
* The Lonesome Crowded West (1997)
* The Moon & Antarctica (2000) * Good News for People Who Love Bad News (2004)
* We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (2007)
The ones in bold are the ones I like best... But my all time favo is Building Nothing Out of Something
It's a compilation album released in early 2000 (the copyright reads 1999), comprising non-album tracks from various points in the band's career.