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Post your top 10 albums of all time

Lets find out what the best albums of all time are according to the people on this forum,post your top ten *in any order*.

(ive also done pics with mine but you dont need to do this)

my top 10

1: stone roses - the stone roses

2: the strokes - is this it

3: smashing pumpkins - mellon collie and the infinate sadness

4: idlewild - 100 broken windows

5: the smiths - hatful of hollow

6: coldplay - parachutes

7: travis - the man who

8: lemonheads - shame about ray

9: blur - modern life is rubbish

10: carpenters - gold

1. Schwarz Stein - New vogue children

2. Kaya - [Glitter]

3. Malice Mizer - merveilles

4. Schwarz Stein - Last Hallucination

5. Sarah Brightman - La Luna

6. Malice Mizer - Bara no Seidou

7. Psycho le Cému - Frontiers

8. Malice Mizer - Voyage ~ Sans Retour ~

9. Sarah Brightman - Fly

10. Lareine - Fierte no Umi to Tomo ni Kieyu
1. Rancid- Life Wont Wait
2 Rancid - Rancid 2000
3 Mad Sin- (i forget the title)

I for dontknow what other CD's make my top, but they are my top 3
1. Ensiferum - Ensiferum
2. Nevermore - Dreaming Neon Black
3. Wintersun - Wintersun
4. Mercenary - The Hours that Remain
5. Helloween - The Time of the Oath
6. Ensiferum - Iron
7. Nevermore - Dead Heart in a Dead World
8. Iced Earth - Something Wicked This Way Comes
9. Insomnium - In the Halls of Awaiting
10. Sonata Arctica - Reckoning Night

In random order.
Also random order:

I. Bathory - Nordland (I & II)
II. Equilibrium - Turis Fratyr
III. Windir - Arntor
IV. Arcturus - Aspera Hiems Symfonia
V. Emperor - IX Equilibrium
VI. Vintersorg - Till Fjälls
VII. Borknagar - Quintessence
VIII. Bathory - Blood Fire Death
IX. Bal-Sagoth - The Power Cosmic
X. Arcturus - Sideshow Symphonies.
Random Order

Glen Burtnik Talking in Code

Dishwalla Opaline


Queensryche- Operation Mindcrime

Queensryche - Empire

Strangeways - Native Sons

Nightranger - Midnight Madness

Autograph - Sign in Please

King Cobra- Thrill of a Lifetime

Southern Sons- 2nd
Evanescence - Fallen
The Open Door

Korn - A Look in the Mirror
Marylin Manson - Lest we forget
Fall Out Boy - Infinity on High
Atreyu - Greatest Hits
Pink - Im not dead
Three Day's Grace - One X
Tatu - 200k/m in the wrong lane
Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin
AC/DC - Highway To Hell
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Deep Purple - Made in Japan
Metallica - ...And Justice For All
Metallica - S&M
Nirvana - Nevermind
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
Queen - Innuendo
Tool - 10,000 days

(sorted alph.)

(well, nothing new/special but as for me these made me listening long hours)
01 Radiohead - OK Computer
02 Arcade Fire - Funeral
03 Wilco - Summerteeth
04 Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Yr. Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
05 The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
06 Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
07 Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
08 Pink Floyd - Animals
09 The Beatles - Abbey Road
10 Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
1) Tool - Lateralus
2) Tool - 10.000 Days
3) Tool - Aenima
4) Tool - Opiate
5) Tool - Undertow
6) Tool - Salival
7) Tool - Tool (72826 demo)
Cool Radiohead - OK Computer
9) Nirvana - Nevermind
10) All Venetian Snares albums
Hmmm.. this is hard...

In no order:

Sepultura - Arise

TestAmenT - The Gathering

TestAmenT - The Legacy

Metallica - Kill Em All

Megadeth - Rust In Peace

Cannibal Corpse - The Wretched Spawn

Sanctity - Road To Bloodshed

Dream Theater - Train Of Thought

Slayer - Reign In Blood

Abandoned - Thrash Notes
Dr Carruthers
1. Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R
2. PJ Harvey - Is This Desire?
3. Mark Lanegan - Bubblegum
4. The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
5. The White Stripes - Elephant
6. Queens of the Stone Age - Lullabies to Paralyze
7. The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan
8. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Tepid Peppermint Wonderland (a Retroperspective)
9. Brendan Benson - Alternative to Love
10. PJ Harvey - Bring You My Love

Some artists are in not only once, but hell, they are good.
Any Order.

Radiohead - Kid A
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Aphex Twin - SAW 85-92
Beck - Guero
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Radiohead - The Bends
Squarepusher - Ultravisitor
Jeff Beck - Blow by Blow
Boards of Canada - In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country
Pink Floyd - Animals

(Subject to Change...)
I dig indie...

but albums are a dying breed, with singles everywhere, yknow iTunes &shit.
No particular order

Cunninlynguists - A Piece of Strange
Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt
PackFM - whutduzFMstand4?
Wordsworth - Mirror Music
Tonedeff - Archetype
John Legend - Once Again
Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes
Cunninlynguists - Southernunderground
The Roots - Game Theory
Kanye West - College Dropout
Honourable mention: Hot Chip - The Warning

10: Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Suger Sex Magik

9: Kasabian - Kasabian

8: Muse - Origin of Symmetry

7: Rammstein - Sehnsucht

6: The Strokes - First Impressions of Earth

5: The Knife - Silent Shout

4: Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero

3: Rammstein - Mutter

2: Rammstein - Reise, Reise

1: Muse - Black Holes and Revelations
to kazikame:

I like your choices!! I've been listening to black holes and revelations a lot lately, and i TOTALLY dig this album: it's one of the best recent electrock albums and a big advance for muse (which in my opinion is one of the best rock bands of our time... they actually invent something new with every album!)

i'll start listening to kasabian now, see if i like it...
anyway, I'll post my favorites soon.
No particular order:

Tool - Lateralus
Tool - Opiate
Tool - 10000 Days
Tool - Aenima
Tool - Salival
Tool - Undertow
A Perfect Circle - Mer De Noms
A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step
A Perfect Circle - eMOTIVe
mc chris - Dungeon Master of Ceremonies

1. Metallica - Black Album
2. Tom Petty - Wildflowers
3. Pete - Pete
4. BB King and Eric Clapton - Riding With the King
5. Eric Clapton - Unplugged
6. Alice in Chains - Unplugged
7. 8 Stops 7 - In Moderation
8. ACDC - Back in Black
9. Carlos Santana - Supernatural
10. Sublime - Sublime

In no particular order other than that in which I thought of them.
Linkin Park : Hybrid Theory
Queen: Greatest Hits I / II / III
Meat Loaf : Bat Out of Hell
Rammstein : Mutter
Pink Floyd : Dark Side of the Moon
Queen : Innuendo
Nirvana : Nevermind

Not necesarily in that order... and perhaps other feature in top ten pushing some out, but I woke up a half hour ago, so I'm still groggy. Bleugh.
Fear Factory - Soul of a new machine

Brujería - Matando Güeros

Dying fetus - Destroy the Opposition

Mr. Bungle - Mr. Bungle

Meshuggah - Destroy erase improve

Morbid angel - Gateways to annihilation

Cannibal Corpse - Gore obsessed

Nile - In their Darkened Shrines

Rage against the machine - Rage against the machine

Jimi Hendrix - Are you experienced?

Not in any particular order:
1.Radiohead - OK Computer
2.Radiohead - The Bends
3.Tool - Lateralus
4.Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
5.Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
6. Tool - Aenima
7. Weezer - The Blue Album
8. Muse - Origin of Symmetry
9. Air - Moon Safari
10. Elliott Smith - XO
Awww... great topic but difficult question.
10. Rammstein - Rosenrot
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
8. Muse - Black Holes and Revelations
7. Nirvana - Nevermind
6. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
5. Oomph! - Sperm
4. Radiohead - OK Computer
3. System of a Down - Steal this Album!
2. System of a Down - Hypnotize
1. Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way Cool
By the way (Smile ) I putted that 10 in that order that I like.
no particular order

Pearl - Janis Joplin
Tribalistas - Tribalistas
Dark side of the moon - Pink Floyd
Back in black - AC/DC
Black album - Metallica
appetite for Destruction - Guns n' Roses
Abre - Fito Paez
Mentiras piadosas - Joaquín Sabina
JC (At folsom prison) - Johnny Cash
Are you experienced - Jimmi Hendrix

The stone roses - the stone roses
It takes a nation of millions to hold us back - public enemy
document - r.e.m.
Legend - bob marley
the great twenty eight - chuck berry
the rise and fall of ziggy stardust - david bowie
after the gold rush - neil young
abbey road - the beatles
bitches brew - miles davis
lady soul - aretha franklin
blonde on blonde - bob dylan
a love supreme - john coltrane
modern sounds in contry and western music - ray charles
king of the delta blues singers - robert johnson
kind of blue - miles davis
here's little richard - little richard
songs for swingin' lovers - frank sinatra
in the wee small hours - frank sinatra

I'm proud to own all of this albums in originals and EP or Lp's in some cases.
Brown Eyes :: With Coffee
Daphne Loves Derby :: On the Strength of All Convinced
Epik High :: High Society
Shane & Shane :: Clean
1TYM :: 2nd Round
1TYM :: Once and 4 All
Na Eul :: Back to the Soul Flight
John Mayer :: Continuum
Corinne Bailey Rae :: Corinne Bailey Rae
Weezer :: Blue Album

I can't believe I couldn't fit these in:

Red Hot Chili Peppers :: Californication
Green Day :: Dookie
My top:

1 Nightwish - Century Child
2 Nightwish - Once
... and Nightwish forever
3 Bon Jovi - Keep the faith
4 Metallica - and justice for all
5 Heroes del Silencio - El espíritu del vino
6 The doors - Morrison Hotel
7 Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!
8 Helloween - Time Of The Oath
9 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
10 Bon Jovi - These days

This is my top today, becose another day i'm sure it will be different Wink
The Mitchell
Come on people put some effort in. Tell us why theyre your favourite albums!

1) Godspeed You! Black Emperor - F#A# infinity
This album is a stunning piece of work. Efrim is an absolute idol. I remember listening to this and be smacked in the face with awe at the beauty of this music.

2) Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The very first band i ever got into. Possibly one of the most influential albums in my life. It never ceases to amaze me everytime i pick it up and has always been a classic which i can go back to at any time.

3) Tool - Laterallus
Another hugely influential album. The very beginnings of my taste for progressive music. Its dark yet brilliantly composed.

4) Battles - Mirrored
I only just got this album the start of this month but my god this album is amazing. epC/epB was one of my favourite albums of last year and well this kicks its arse into next week. Highly inventive and the musicality is amazing.

5) A Silver Mt Zion - Born into trouble as the sparks fly upward
A silver mt zion - yet another of Efrim Muneck's stunning projects. This album is beutifully put together and after watching a silver mt zion live they quickly became one of my favourite bands. Their live shows are possibly the best i have ever been to and ive been to a fair few gigs and well once youve seen them live this album becomes 10 times better.

6) Squarepusher - Hello Everything
Many will probably disagree but i think this is squarepushers best work yet. There are parts of this album that seem to lose direction although the other choice would be ultravisitor. I love ultravisitor but i dunno for me thisdoes everything that i have wanted to hear from squarepusher although a little more horrible effects and bass slappery ultravisitor stylee wouldnt go amis.

Cool Sigur Ros - ()
Dont even try and tell me ..takk is the best piece of work this band have done. Iv had over te last year been told so many times that takk is amazing. maybe its my taste for dark music but takk is nothing on this. I have always said this is the same album as takk only far far darker and better written imo.

9) Radiohead - Kid A
One of the first albums that got me into electronic music. The first time i guess i truly realised that bands can do electronic music and doesnt have to be all guitars and drums and bass. This album is trly amazing and has inspired my musical direction hugely.

10) The Arcade Fire - Funeral
I so want to see these live. Another album to make last year a great year for music. They remind me slightly of a silver mt zion but in a totally different way. Beautifully composed and even more beautifully executed and performed.

11) Lemon Jelly - KY
Ah this album is ace. welcome to the uber chill. i dont know what to say about this album apart fom tha nk you for being the soundtrack to one of the best years of my life.

i know thats an extra on but that also deserves to be there
10 favorite albums in random order:

Disturbed - Sickness
Children of Bodom - Are you dead yet
Soilwork - Stabbing the drama
Dark Tranquillity - Character
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans
Muse - Black Holes And Revelations
The Killers - Sam's Town
The Fratellis - Costello Music
Snow Patrol - Eyes Open
Metallica - St. Anger
Jakob [JaWGames]
Ten of my favourite, the order is not correct but I guess that it doesn't matter:

Reckoning Night - Sonata Arctica

Winterhearts Guild - Sonata Arctica

Monday Morney Apocalyose - Evergrey

The Inner Circle - Evergrey

Once - Nightwish

Embrace the Silence - Vanishing Point

Entangles in Dreams - Vanishing Point

Octavarium - Dream Theater

The Jester Race - In Flames

Evilized - Dream Evil
1. Blood sugar sex magic - Red hot chili peppers

2. The Will To Death - John Fruciante

3. The Wall - Pink Floyd

4. Innuendo - Queen

5. Masterplan - Oasis

6. Automatic for the people - R.E.M

7. Escapology - Robbie Williams

8. Joshua Tree - U2

9. Audioslave - Audioslave

10. 01 - Richard Muller
My Favourite Albums:

Trivium - Ascendancy

First Metalcore Album I listened to....amazing imo, Matt's voice hadn't fully developed into his now "Thrash" voice, and it suited the style of music imo. One of the only albums where I liked all of the songs.

Killswitch Engage - The End of Heartache

This is a great album, it has a very aggressive harsh sound which makes it even better, first Album with Howard as their Singer, and possibly the best they have ever made.

Dragonforce - Through the Fire and Flames

Fantasic album, what it lacks in quantity it makes up with in quality. My only complaint is 1 or 2 of the songs sound too samey

Breaking Benjamin - Phobia

I love this album, it's amazing how they can go from a more alternative metal style to Rock style depending on the song. Must have.

Trivium - The Crusade

After leaving behind their metalcore sound, and becoming more of an 80s thrash band, the band you could most compare them to is 80s Metallica, not a bad compliment.
1. Linkin Park - Minutes to Midnight
2. Linkin Park - Meteora
3. Linkin Park - Reanimation
4. Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare
5. Bad Religion - Generator
6. Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast
7. Papa Roach - Getting Away with Murder
8. Plain White T's - All That We Needed
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
10. The Offspring - Americana
1. Hella - Devil Isn't Red
2. Son House - Library of Congress Sessions
3. Hella - Hold Your Horse Is
4. Gossip - That's Not What I Heard
5. Skip James - Complete Early Recordings
6. Leadbelly - Alabama Bound
7. Frank Zappa - We're Only in it for the Money
8. Zs - Arms
9. Old Time Relijun - Witchcraft Rebellion
10. Thollem McDonas - 18 Solo Piano Pieces
No way I will put an order on that:

- Antonio Meneses, "Bach - The six cello suites"
- Beastie Boys, "Anthology"
- Ben Harper, "Fight for your mind"
- Downset, "Check your people"
- Iron Maiden, "Piece of mind"
- Jol, "Moody aow"
- Luscious Jackson, "Natural ingredients"
- Orange 9mm, "Tragic"
- The Police, "Outlandos d'amour"
- Rage Against the Machine, "Rage against the machine"
Thread is active again. Smile
Wow, there's a really nice variety to the choices here, even in the same people's list! You guys are awesome, I'd probably be boring and just list a bunch of stuff that I've bought lately. Which makes it that much harder to justify listing them in a Favorite Album list..

I've gotta think this through Very Happy
1 miles davis - kind of blue
2 buckshot lefonque - music evolution
3 Prince - 1999
4 Prince - The rainbow children
5 The brand new heavies - brother sister
6 Jamiroquai - a space oddasy
7 wax poetic - nublu sessions
8 st germain - tourist
9 Hardsoul - The sound of love and dedication
10 Jamie cullum - twentiesomething

1 - Boyz II Men - Evolution

2 - Musiq Soulchild - Juslisten

3 - Brian Mc Knight - Anytime

4 - Aaliyah - One in a Million

5 - Donnell Jones - Journey of a gemini

6 - alicia keys - songs in a minor

7 - calvin richarson : 2pm35

8 - javier - javier

9 - D'angelo - voodoo

10 - Anthony Hamilton - Comin' from Where I'm From

No particular order except for the first one, subject to change at any moment. :p i tried to disregard the most recent albums just because they haven't really stood the test of time, yet.

Wolf Parade - Apologies to the Queen Mary
The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow
The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From the Satellite Heart
(thumbs up to dudeman who had 'Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' - one of my favorite songs ever, just the album as a whole does beat out this one for me)
Tapes 'n Tapes - The Loon
Depeche Mode - Songs of Faith and Devotion
Eels - Soul Jacker
Guster - Keep It Together
Jets to Brazil - Perfecting Lonliness
R.E.M. - Monster
The Vines - Highly Evolved
1. 2pac - Me Against The World
2. Eric. B and Rakim - Paid in Full
3. Blackstar - Blackstar
4. Nas - Illmatic
5. Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt
6. Wu-Tang - Enter The Wu-Tang(36 Chambers)
7. Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
8. De La Soul - The Grind Date
9. Outkast - Aquemini
10. Queen - News of the World
Ok, these may or may not be my actual favorite 10 albums, but they are albums that I currently love. There are more, but these stood out as I ran through my collection. Also just going with my actual CD collection and not mp3 albums. In no particular order.

Julie Doiron: Will You Still Love Me? - Sparse, quiet, introspective, emotive, expressive, real. Julie has been a favorite artist for about 10+ years, starting with her bass work with Eric's Trip to her solo stuff. This is her first solo album that I heard and contains many gems that I love. Pretty much the epitome of minimalist, folk inspired Canadian indie; while she's often vocally off key, it's part of her charm and it invites you to take a journey into her personal experiences like no other.

XTC: Apple Venus Vol. 1 - Quirky, experimental, poppy... while simultaneously expressing English middle age in an engaging manner. Andy Partridge pulls together more of his classic pop melody work with interesting hooks and phenomenal arrangements, dabbling in orchestra just enough to be engaging, but not so much as to be overdone... His sense of sarcasm and cleverness are readily experienced. Pop music that isn't quite pop.

The Cure: Pornography - This was a tough call, as the Cure have multiple amazing albums, but I'm going to give it to Pornography for the dark, depressing atmosphere and exceptionally expressive drumming. It's not often that drums are one of the most emotionally driving instruments in a song/album, but this album has it from start to finish. Dark themes, dark sounds, interesting rhythmic work with good melodies, it's an angst rollercoaster.

Hayden: Everything I Long For - More Canadian folk-y indie. Hayden pulls together introspective, personal songwriting with a mix of power and grit and soft tones with down-tuned acoustic guitar. Moving themes of loss and longing push you along through this album. Great for getting to know yourself. I could have just as easily chosen his "The Closer I Get" album as a favorite, but went with the first one that influenced me.

Everyone in Cars: True Feelings and the Drug - I think these guys were my favorite band to ever come out of my local music scene. Bass rocked through a vintage Ampeg SVT w/ 8x10 cabinet and immaculate drumming, this couple of brothers put together some amazing tracks with more rock and grit than you can shake a stick at. Extremely full sound for two instruments. The album has the most interesting cover of Stevie Wonder's Part-Time Lover that I've ever heard. It'll make you dance and want more.

Mike O'Neill: The Owl - The first Mike O'Neill solo album I heard; combines Mike's flair for clever lyrical work and intense vocal harmonization with relatively simple instrument work that invites you on an internal adventure. Horrah for introspection. I sure love my Canadian indie music Smile

The Inbreds: It's Sydney or the Bush - Bass guitar and a 4-piece drum kit and multiple vocal tracks, mmmm harmonies. Sure I already mentioned Mike O'Neill, but the Inbreds were different than Mike's stuff Smile

Joel Plaskett: In Need of Medical Attention - One of Joel's more country/folk influenced albums, written in a strong depression; the songs are a collection of moving, introspective tracks that still display Joel's flair for clever songwriting. Lots of pain and hopelessness, but beautiful melodies and more heart than you can shake a stick at. Joel can rock it as much as anyone, but his slower, darker side is simply phenomenal.

Sloan: Twice Removed - Another band with a catalogue worth mentioning, but I'll go with the album that I listened to most in high school and was so important at the time. Voted Canada's #1 album of all time in Chart magazine multiple times (they redo the list every couple years), its surprisingly poorly known amongst the populace. AMAZING indie pop rock out of Halifax; the boys of Sloan combine humour with musical craftsmanship and very personal experiences to write songs that will perfectly describe pretty much every situation you might need to identify with as a youth. The songs range from from lamentous to sarcastic to straight up rockers. The bass on this album had a fair influence on my own style.

the Super Friendz - Mock Up, Scale Down - Mid-90s indie rock; modern stylings with vintage tones; stripped down with just enough complexity. Yet again, superb lyrical work with clever turns of phrase out the wah-zoo complement some excellent instrumental work with pop hooks to catch all the fish in the sea. Every track is a winner, not a dud on the album.

Honourable mentions to (excluding other Cure and Sloan albums):
The Weakerthans - Left and Leaving; Peter Elkas - Party of One; New Order - Substance; The Local Rabbits - This is It, Here we Go; Eric's Trip - Forever Again; Ben Kweller - Sha Sha; Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy; BB King - Why I Sing the Blues; Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand the Weather; Black Sabbath - Paranoid; Jorane - Vent Fou; Barenaked Ladies - Gordon, etc.
Mercenary - The Hours that Remain

Helloween - The Time of the Oath

Dark Tranquillity - Character

Metallica - and justice for all

Heroes del Silencio - El espíritu del vino

Automatic for the people - R.E.M

Escapology - Robbie Williams

Automatic for the people - R.E.M

Escapology - Robbie Williams

Joshua Tree - U2
so here goes:

_______|Album - Artist|________

1. Boxcar Racer - Boxcar Racer.

2. blink-182 - blink-182.

3. Chase This Light - Jimmy Eat World.

4. Deja Entendu - Brand New.

5. Underclass Hero - Sum 41.

6. Your Favourite Weapon - Brand New.

7. Hours - Funeral For A Friend.

8. We Don't Need To Whisper - Angels And Airwaves.

9. When Your Heart Stops Beating - (+44).

10. From Here To The Infirmary - Alkaline Trio.

my advice is to buy these albums! Very Happy
ok top ten favorite albums
Sum 41-does this look infected
Metallica-Master of puppets
Gob-Foot in mouth disease
Iggy pop-skull ring
Gob- muertos vivos(not sure if it's spelled right)
Sum 41- Chuck
Green day-american idiot
Nickle back-silverside up
Swan songs-hollywood undead
linkin park-hybrid theory
1 - Rancid - And Out Come the Wolves
2 - Green Day -Insomniac
3 - Gypsie Kings - Greatest Hits
4 - Incubus - Make Yourself
5 - Beatles - White Album
6 - Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
7 - Counting Crows - August & Everything After
8 - Alice N Chains - Firt
9 - Nirvana - Nevermind
10 - Soundgarden - Superunknown

1. Tiffany - The Color of Silence
2. Tina Arena - In Deep
3. Tiffany - Dreams Never Die
4. Tiffany - Dust off and Dance
5. Tina Arena - Don't Ask
5. Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Through This
6. Anggun - Luminescence (French version)
6. Plumb - Candycoatedwaterdrops
7. Stevie Nicks - The Other Side of the Mirror
8. Anggun - Snow on the Sahara
9. Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
10. Fleetwood Mac - Say You Will

There you go!
1. Cowboys Fro Hell - Pantera
2. Sacrament - Lamb Of God
3. Iowa - Slipknot
4. In Sorte Diaboli - Dimmu Borgir
5. Devildriver - Devildriver
6. Alive Or Just Breathing - Killswitch Engage
7. Caosphere - Meshuggah
8. Ghost Reveries - Opeth
9. Twilight Of The Thunder God - Amon Amarth
10. The Dethalbum - Dethklok
In no particular order

Okay one order, this is the greatest album of all time:
Stevie Ray Vaughan- Texas Flood

The other nine, In no order:

Metallica- 1 out of Kill 'Em All/Ride the Lightning/Master of Puppets

Bob Marley- Legend

Jethro Tull- Aqualung

Black Keys- I can't pick a favorite, but one belongs here

Sheryl Crow- Tuesday Night Music Club

Marilyn Manson- Anti-Christ Superstar

Led Zeppelin- I can't pick a favorite, but one belongs here

Paul Van Dyk- In Between

ACDC- Live:2 Disc Version
1. Underclass Hero ~ Sum 41
2. Chuck ~ Sum 41
3. Year of the gentlemen ~ Ne-Yo
4. Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace ~ Offspring
5. Mesmerize ~ System of a down
6. A Perfect World ~ Keri Hilson
7. It's not me, it's you ~ Lily Allen
8. All Killer, No Filler ~ Sum 41
9. No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls ~ Simple Plan
10. When The World Comes Down ~ All American Rejects

~ Not in order.
Korn All Album espacilay

Foloow the leader

See You On the other side


Loose- Nelly

Broken, Beat & Scarred
1 Beastie Boys - Pauls Boutique

2 Drive By Truckers - Southern Rock Opera

3 Johnny Cash - American Recordings

4 Yes - Fragile

5 Hank Williams - The Complete Recordings

6 Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

7 Uncle Tupelo - No Depression

8 Slayer - Diabolus In Musica

9 Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates of Dawn

10 Iggy & The Stooges - Raw Power
This is hard. There are bands that have really good individual songs but terrible albums, but I'll try. I created a laundry list of all the albums I really like that I could name from the top of my head:

Jeff Buckley - Grace
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
Deftones - Around the Fur
The Shins - Oh Inverted World
Jamiroquai - Return of the Space Cowboy
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans
Karsh Kale - Liberate
Samantha James - Rise
Sublime - Sublime
Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
Incubus - Make Yourself
Stone Temple Pilots - Purple
Codeseven - Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds
Foo Fighters - The Colour & The Shape
Amos Lee - Amos Lee
Radiohead - In Rainbows
Dredg - The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion
Olafur Arnalds - Eulogy for Evolution
Kings of Convenience - Riot in an Empty Street
Zero 7 - When It Falls
The Dissociatives - The Dissociatives
Biffy Clyro - The Puzzle
Bob Marley - Legend
Kaskade - The Calm
Coldplay - Parachutes
Travis - The Man Who
Alexi Murdoch - Time Without Consequence
Mute Math - Mute Math
Ingrid Michaelson - Girls & Boys
Nick Drake - Pink Moon

...narrowing it down to 10 was AGONY, but I managed with this in mind: "What albums really really really mean ALOT to me?":

Jeff Buckley - Grace
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
The Shins - Oh Inverted World
Jamiroquai - Return of the Space Cowboy
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans
Amos Lee - Amos Lee
Olafur Arnalds - Eulogy for Evolution
Kings of Convenience - Riot in an Empty Street
Travis - The Man Who
Ingrid Michaelson - Girls & Boys
No particular order:

- "Nihil" by KMFDM
- "The Swining/Red, Raw, Sore" by PIG
- "Love" by Foetus
- "Opium 1984" by KMFDM
- "Welcome to Mexico... ******" by Pigface
- "Halber Mensch" by Einsturzende Neubauten
- "Schweinstein" by Schwein
- "Gothic Kabbalah" by Therion
- "Minimum-Maximum" by Kraftwerk
- "Caustic Grip" by Front Line Assembly
In No Particular Order:

Classic Rock
Led Zeppelin III/IV/Houses of the Holy/Physical Graffiti
AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Metallica - Ride the Lightning/Master of Puppets
Pink Floyd - The Wall/Animals/Meddle/Dark Side of the Moon

Modern Indie
Arcade Fire - Funeral/Neon Bible
Emilie Autumn - Enchant

Classic "Modern Rock"
The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me/Disintegration/The Top
Depeche Mode - Violator/Songs of Faith and Devotion/Black Celebration/Playing the Angel
U2 - The Joshua Tree/Achtung Baby
Joy Division - Substance
The colour and the shape made it in no ones top ten, but robbie williams made it in at least twice... PHILISTINES!

In no order at all...
    Oasis - Whats the Story
    Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape
    Nirvana - In Utero
    Vendetta Red - Between the Never and the Now
    Green Day - Insomniac
    The Offspring - Americana
    At the Drive In - Relationship of Command
    Beastie Boys - The Sounds Of Science
    Prodigy - The Fat of the Land
    Hundred Reasons - Ideas Above Our Station
This is really difficult... There have been so many great albums...

1. Metallica - Master of Puppets (Ride the Lightning and Kill 'Em All were also epic)
2. San Francisco Sympony and Metallica - S&M
3. Ozzy Ozbourne - Blizzard of Ozz
4. Megadeth - Rust in Peace
5. Black Sabbath - Paranoid
6. Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind
7. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP (closely followed by his demo album "Infinite")
8. Led Zeppelin - Led Zepp IV (although this really is a tough decision - all of their albums were great)
9. Pantera - Great Southern Trendkill
10. Thelonious Monk - Brilliant Corners

This is the accurate list for right now... my mood on music changes all of the time...
Excluding Greatest Hits compilations. This is tough!!

In no particular order, these are among my favourite albums

"Definitely Maybe" - Oasis

"Master Of Puppets" - Metallica

"...And Justice For All" - Metallica

"Nevermind" - Nirvana

"Appetite For Destruction" - Guns n Roses

"The Real Thing" - Faith No More

"The Stone Roses" - The Stone Roses

JOINTLY - All "The Smiths" albums - can't separate them

"A Kind Of Magic" or "The Game" - Queen

"The Gift" - The Jam

Including Greatest Hist compilations I would add:

Edward The Great - Iron Maiden
The Very Best Of The Smiths
Singles - Suede
The Platinum Collection - Faith No More
Greatest Hits I, II & III - Queen
Mothership - Led Zeppelin

Live Albums
Live at Brixton Academy - Faith No More
Alive I & II - Kiss
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