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Old 07-24-2007, 06:10 AM   #16
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Re: Re: Perfect Albums of the decade so far

Oops I meant to quote Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, not Funeral!
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Funeral Maybe not perfect but almost there.
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Oops I meant to quote Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, not Funeral!
ugh....but Neon Bible is so bad. the mastering alone makes this album far from perfect, not to mention the songs.
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Old 07-24-2007, 11:50 AM   #19
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no ATYCLB love up in here? I guess it's not quite perfect...but it's close.

I'd go with Kid A as well...even though Treefingers itself is not remarkable, it works within the context of the album. As an album, it is perfect.

probably also Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

Turn On the Bright Lights

and A Weekend in the City...Silent Alarm is close but for some reason Price of Gas doesnt do much for me
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Old 07-24-2007, 03:41 PM   #22
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Arcade Fire
Interpol

Their debut albums

Kid A is pretty close, but I don't really enjoy In Limbo or Kid A (the song) that much.

Runners up:
Sigur Ros ()
Ladytron: Witching Hour - It's one of the most consistent albums, but doesn't reach the great highs of Radiohead and Arcade Fire.
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ugh....but Neon Bible is so bad. the mastering alone makes this album far from perfect, not to mention the songs.
I don't have Funeral.

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no ATYCLB love up in here? I guess it's not quite perfect...but it's close.
ATYCLB sucks.


Okay, it doesn't suck but it's nowhere close to perfect imo.
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Mos Def - The New Danger
The New Danger was almost 100% shit compared to the rest of the Mos Realest's stuff. Only worthwhile track on there is Ghetto Rock. This album is the equivalent to the Rolling Stones' current output; zero effort relative to previous work.

Listen to Black on Both Sides and the Black Star album with Talib Kweli and you'll see this for yourself.
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i have both two you mentioned and enjoy them, but i dunno, the new danger is pretty sweet, i enjoy the album completely and it always puts me in a good mood, something i cannot say for True Magic.

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turn on the bright lights
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i have both two you mentioned and enjoy them, but i dunno, the new danger is pretty sweet, i enjoy the album completely and it always puts me in a good mood, something i cannot say for True Magic.



To each his own. The New Danger is still a hell of a lot better than 99% of what passes for hip-hop these days anyway.
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The New Danger was almost 100% shit compared to the rest of the Mos Realest's stuff. Only worthwhile track on there is Ghetto Rock. This album is the equivalent to the Rolling Stones' current output; zero effort relative to previous work.

Listen to Black on Both Sides and the Black Star album with Talib Kweli and you'll see this for yourself.
dude its all about some fuckin ZIMZALLABIM

I like The New Danger a lot. I wouldn't call it perfect but it's far from shit. I'd say it's on par with Black on Both Sides...I haven't heard Black Star. The New Danger should at least get credit for being innovative in the variety of beats used. I know Mos isn't the first rapper to use rock and blues and stuff in beats, but I think he pulls it off well, and like I said...tons of variety. I do think the album has a unique feel to it.

man I forgot about The Fall of Troy...Doppelganger is a perfect album
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