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Old 11-20-2008, 06:25 PM   #631
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#21 - Oasis - (What’s The Story?) Morning Glory



Great, great album, though I prefer Definitely Maybe.

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it was good 13 years ago, but hasn't aged well. Boring.
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This record is singlehandedly responsible for everything bad that has happened since 1995. I don't just mean in music; I mean in the entire world. This album is so bad I think it travelled back in time and also caused everything bad that happened before 1995. This album invented Hitler, Stalin, Zager, and Evans.

What I am saying is that I do not like this record very much.
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This album is total shit and doesn't even deserve a full star. In fact the only reason i gave it half is because as much as i want to hate it, wonderwall is a good song.
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Congrats on a milestone success on the charts but sorry guys, you aren't god's gift to pop music - and a long long way from being the '90s answer to the Beatles. Sure the Clash had the same arrogant attitude toward their peers but THEY earned their wings first. Oasis contributed NOTHING to pop music and should consider themselves lucky that so many people are stupid enough to buy their pretentious shit. At least Oasis has one redeeming quality ...as a sleep inducing agent.
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Bollocks!! If you are under 13 years of age & your musical tastes have not yet developed then I guess its ok if you like this album.
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Old 11-20-2008, 06:25 PM   #632
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In Rainbows narrowly missed my top 50. I can't remember if I put The Bends on it or not!

Wow, my memory is for shit. Either that, or I didn't spend as much time on my lists as a lot of you did.
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Far too high for Quadrophenia in my opinion. Good album but certainly not Top 25.
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Awesome.

In Rainbows could be the most emotional album I've ever heard, or at least one that's provoked the most emotional responses from me.
It's so laid back, too.

That album grew on me like no other album has.
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Oasis - 2
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That's just fucked up.
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Old 11-20-2008, 06:26 PM   #636
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For how young most people who participated are, I can't believe how much dinosaur music has been included.
They probably downloaded that dinosaur music too.
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Morning Glory was the first album I ever fell in love with; Oasis were my favourite band and then they released Heathen Chemistry...
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It's so laid back, too.

That album grew on me like no other album has.
I loved it a lot when I first heard it, then times with The Lady Friend pretty elevated it pretty high, then the concert was the absolute ceiling. Damn.

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That's just fucked up.
In so many ways.

Hey guys, I think "morning glory" may be a reference to a morning erection. Is this true, or am I just shooting blanks here?
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For how young most people who participated are, I can't believe how much dinosaur music has been included.
Me too.

I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but I can't help wondering if there is some "this album should be on the list because it is considered great" rather than "this is one of my all-time favorite albums" going on in compiling the lists.

But if I'm wrong, then I guess the old classics of yore really are classics, and never die.
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For how young most people who participated are, I can't believe how much dinosaur music has been included.
The soundtrack to Jurassic Park didn't make your list, mofo?
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#20 - Radiohead - Kid A



Anybody here like Radiohead?

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if there was an option to give it a 0, i'd go with that, but i'll settle for a 0.5
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Why the fuck is this first for 2000?

This is a ridiculous disgrace. I tried really hard to like Radiohead, but they're horrible. They suck. Period. There is no talent here, it's just overly pretentious bullshit.
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Fuck no. Utterly pathetic. What do people see in this!?
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More like Kid Stupid.
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I loved it a lot when I first heard it, then times with The Lady Friend pretty elevated it pretty high, then the concert was the absolute ceiling. Damn.

In so many ways.
Not a weak track on the album. Just consistent as anything.

I had Blur and Gorillaz' Demon Days on my list. The idea that Damon Albarn will not be represented on this list is disappointing.
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Me too.

I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but I can't help wondering if there is some "this album should be on the list because it is considered great" rather than "this is one of my all-time favorite albums" going on in compiling the lists.

But if I'm wrong, then I guess the old classics of yore really are classics, and never die.
I took the "albums I like a lot" route, but do make historical significance a factor in my list-making.
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Only 20th? Fail
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Me too.

I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but I can't help wondering if there is some "this album should be on the list because it is considered great" rather than "this is one of my all-time favorite albums" going on in compiling the lists.

But if I'm wrong, then I guess the old classics of yore really are classics, and never die.
Yeah, I think that's a lot of the reason why my list is going to look hilarious next to some of these other ones...lots of my personal favorites, not so many "classics" necessarily.
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