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Favorite Albums of the 2000's

Discussion in '2000's Music' started by Tattoo'd Lady, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. Cosmic Harmony

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    All classic rock artists I see 70's guy. ;) Much props for "Bat III". :grinthumb
     
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    Three faves from 2000's
     
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    wow great lists
     
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    Silent Alarm-Bloc Party
    Papa Roach-Infest
    RHCP-Stadium Arcradium
    Chevelle-Who's Next
    Skindred-Babylon
    Avengend Sevenfold-City of Evil
     
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    My top 5 at the moment:

    1. Radiohead - Kid A
    2. Arcade Fire - Funeral
    3. The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
    4. Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    5. The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute
     
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    Tough call! Didn't dig it much at all at the time, but in hindsight I've found several of the best damn records I've ever heard in the 00s. To make it a lot easier on me I'll focus just on the very best, there'd be too many good records to consider if I tried to do a top 20 or 30.

    1. Fearless (Deluxe) -- Taylor Swift ('08)
    2. Brand New Eyes -- Paramore ('09)
    3. Revolutionary, Volume 2 -- Immortal Technique ('03)
    4. Riot! -- Paramore ('07)
    5. Title TK -- The Breeders ('02)
    6. Mudcrutch -- Mudcrutch ('08)
    7. Under My Skin -- Avril Lavigne ('04)
    8. The Marshall Mathers LP -- Eminem ('00)
    9. Reinventing the Steel -- Pantera ('00)
    10. Begin to Hope -- Regina Spektor ('06)
    11. Death Magnetic -- Metallica ('08)
    12. Living With War -- Neil Young ('06)
    13. Pan's Labyrinth (OST) -- Javier Navarrete ('06)
    14. Wreck of the Day -- Anna Nalick ('04)
    15. A Bigger Bang -- The Rolling Stones ('05)
     
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    Rob Zombie: The Sinister Urge
    Pearl Jam: Binaural
    Pearl Jam: Backspacer
    Mastodon: Leviathan
    Cathedral: Endtyme
    Eminem: The Eminem Show
    Nas: stillmatic
    Nas: God's Son
    Destiny's Child: Survivor
    High on Fire: Death is this Communion
    Neurosis: The Eye of Every Storm
    Steve Von Till: If I Should Fall to the Field
    Steve Von Till: A Grave is a Grim Horse
    DevilDriver: The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
    A Perfect Circle: The Thirteenth Step
    Tool: Lateralus
    Tool: 10,000 Days
    Ozric Tentacles: The Floor is Too Far Away
    Tori Amos: Scarlet's Walk
    The Flaming Lips: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
    Incubus: Morning View
    Incubus: Light Grenades
    Front Line Assembly: Civilization
    Wumpscut: Wreath of Barbs
    Creed: Weathered
    Pelican: Australasia
    Isis: Wavering Radiant
    P.O.D.: Satellite
    Thrice: The Artist in the Ambulance
    Steel Panther: Feel the Steel
    Evanescence: Fallen
    Mono: You Are There
    Eluvium: Copia
    Aes Dana: Aftermath
    Mystical Sun: Energy Mind Conciousness
    Loreena McKennitt: Ancient Muse
    Black Both Super Rainbow: Dandelion Gum
     
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    Three brilliant albums ...

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    Audioslave - s/t - 2002
    Audioslave - Out Of Exile - 2005
    Chevelle - Wonder What's Next - 2002
    Chevelle - Vena Sera - 2007
    Chevelle - Sci Fi Crimes - 2009
    Down II - A Bustle In Your Hedgerow - 2002
    Down III - Over The Under - 2007
    Godsmack - Awake - 2000
    The Gracious Few - s/t - 2003
    I Mother Earth - The Quicksilver Meat Dream - 2003
    Monster Magnet - God Says No - 2001
    Monster Magnet - Monolithic Baby - 2004
    Red Fang - s/t - 2009
    The Sword - Warp Riders - 2010
    Tantric - s/t - 2001
    Tantric - After We Go - 2004
    Three Days Grace - s/t - 2003
    Three Days Grace - One X - 2006
    Three Days Grace - Life Starts Now - 2009
     
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    I definitely loved "Brutal Planet" by Alice Cooper and saw Ted Nugent on both his "Craveman" and "Love Grenade" tours. Neil Young has always been great. "Prairie Wind", "Living With War", "Le Noise", "Fork In The Road", you name it. He's just too damn good to go on any slump even to this day. He's created great Albums for every Decade since he's been in the music industry, no doubt. Neil Young and Ted Nugent are the only 2 musical legends that have been around this long and are still making great Albums and/or performing well. I wouldn't be surprised if they're still jamming or at least putting out more Albums when they're 80 years of age, ya know?
     

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