Does Indian music count?
1. The Decemberists - The Crane Wife
2. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus
3. The Decemberists - The Hazards of Love
4. Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica
5. Okkervil River - The Stage Names
6. Arcade Fire - Funeral
7. Belle & Sebastian - The Life Pursuit
8. Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid
9. Doves - The Last Broadcast
10. The Postal Service - Give Up
Would have chucked the latest Sigur Ros one in but cbf spelling it.
Rest In Peace Craigos
Hahaha, don't think I actually have that many albums from this decade. Listing the ones I absolutely loved.
Pantera - Reinventing The Steel
Radiohead - Kid A
Junoon - Deewar
System Of A Down - Toxicity
Parlor Mob - And You Were A Crow
70s and 90s had to be the best decades for albums based on my collection.
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1. The Album Leaf- In a Safe Place
2. Burial- Untrue
3. Bon Iver- For Emma, Forever Ago
4. Explosions in the Sky- The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
5. The Decemberists- The Crane Wife
6. Against Me!- Reinventing Axl Rose
7. The Hold Steady- Boys and Girls in America
8. Death Cab for Cutie- Plans
9. Sigur Ros- Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Spilum Endalaust (take that pasag)
10. Laura Marling- Alas, I Cannot Swin
Liking the mix. Lots of post-rock, a little dubstep, little punk, and some of the usual testicle-free stuff.
I'll probably change my mind by tomorrow, but anyway:
1) The Leaders of The Free World - Elbow
2) Oceans Apart - The Go-Betweens
3) Youth & Young Manhood - Kings of Leon
4) The Last Broadcast - Doves
5) The Hour of Bewilderbeast - Badly Drawn Boy
6) You Are The Quarry - Morrissey
7) American IV: The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash
8) Turn On The Bright Lights - Interpol
9) Is This It - The Strokes
10) The Optimist LP - Turin Brakes
Limited myself to one per artist or Elbow & Doves would've made up the majority of the list. Honourable mentions to Original Pirate Material by The Streets, Sam's Town by The Killers, Parachutes by Coldplay, 22 Dreams by Paul Weller & the eponymous debuts by Fleet Foxes & Kasabian.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Streets & Killers good calls there Brumby. I personally *think* I prefer the Streets' second album though, just love the story
"I can't promise anyone success but I can promise them a trip to the moon." - John King
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
Was Parachutes 2000? Geez, put that in there instead of Rush of Blood, thought that it was 1999 for some reason.
Not to sound like a big girl, but the end of the last song (on the second album) makes me feel so good
Ah, Parachutes was such a good album, didn't realise it was a 2000s album either. Could probably find space for that at number 10. Maybe. Dammit, can't make up my mind.
"The absolute worst thing anyone could say about you is that you were a selfish, moral blank, whose lazy cynicism and sneering, ironic take on the world encapsulates everything wrong with a generation. But you, my friend, are not evil."
As a moderator I do hope you're not advocating the particular feeling expressed in that song
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