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Old 11-20-2008, 06:28 PM   #646
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OOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSIIIIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSSSSSS

hell yes. this is rock and roll with a FUCK YOU and a swagger. and great songs. good work Interference.
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Old 11-20-2008, 06:29 PM   #647
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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.
Demon Days barely cracked the 50 for me. More Blur stuff would make my 100 though.

George Harrison's All Things Must Pass needs to be on here sometime.
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Only 20? Wait, I thought Kid A was the one of the two most beloved Radiohead albums?
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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.
I too was wondering this.

I have no problems with people liking whatever they like, old or new, I'm just surprised to see how many '60's and '70's items made the list considering age demographics here. That is all.
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For how young most people who participated are, I can't believe how much dinosaur music has been included.
This dinosaur is kind of horrified by it.
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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.
Yeah, mine too.

I didn't want to take time to listen to albums I knew to be "classics" and felt like I should give them a listen, because if I'm just hearing it now, does it really deserve to be on my "favorites" list?
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Only 20? Wait, I thought Kid A was the one of the two most beloved Radiohead albums?
It's pretty polarizing, actually.

I'd say The Bends and OK Computer are the most liked across the board.
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#19 - The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead



Fantastic record. Makes all of the stroking they receive here at interference appear justified.

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Sorry, indie kids. For once in the history of the universe, the metal really is better than this.
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What is this crap? I keep seeing comparisons of this with Disintegration by the Cure-Why?? Disintegration is a great cd-this sucks and its not anything like Disintegration.
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Utter commercial crap
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One of their worse record covers.

The lyrics are more clever-dick than affecting or funny, and you will also have to endure a truly appalling singing voice.
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George Harrison's All Things Must Pass needs to be on here sometime.
I had it top 20, but hopefully some others had it up there too.
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The Smiths!
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The Queen is Dead

*Smiths fan-boy moment*
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I hated Kid A from the moment I heard it (other than the opening track), but somewhere along the way, I've come to kind of dig it. I checked out a copy from the library last year and was amazed at how much I liked it.

Still can't get into OK Computer, though.
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Ahhh, Moz finally appears. Consider me placated.
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Yeah, mine too.

I didn't want to take time to listen to albums I knew to be "classics" and felt like I should give them a listen, because if I'm just hearing it now, does it really deserve to be on my "favorites" list?
Exactly.
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My list was just albums I love the most; I couldn't care less how important the album is. Being influential and bad, still makes the album bad
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