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02-13-2010 01:31 AM
Shred35 Thanks for the feedback, dude... I saw Mastadon in Jan, as part of a one day music fest, in Auckland (Big Day Out). First time I'd seen them, & was inpressed!
02-12-2010 08:57 AM
david_z Yay for Mastodon. I saw those guys a few months ago when they came through Detroit on the Adult Swim tour. Good show.

AF's blood and empire is a great, politically charged punk rock album. That new Bad Religion album is badass. Your Avenged Sevenfold and H.I.M. picks are nice, too!
02-12-2010 05:54 AM
Shred35 Ok, so here's my take, on MY fave albums of last decade


In no order...

Chemical Brothers - Come With Us
Eric Clapton - Sessions For Robert J
Elwood - The Parlance of Our Time
Brian Wilson presents - Smile
Juno - Original Soundtrack
Eddie Vedder - Into The Wild
Billy Idol - Devil's Playground
The Stooges - The Weirdness
Lamb Of God - Wrath
Isis - Wavering Radiant
Alice In Chains - Black Gives Way To Blue
Red Hot Chilly Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
Bad Religion - New Maps Of Hell
REM - Accelerate
Mastodon - Blood Mountain
Rolling Stones - A Bigger Bang
David Bowie - Heathen
Neil Diamond - 12 Songs
Anti-Flag - For Blood & Empire
Portishead - Third
The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die
White Stripes - Icky Thump
Muse - Absolution
Underoath - Define The Great Line
The Darkness - Permission To Land
Ben Harper - Diamonds On The Inside
Pennywise - Reason To Believe
Avenged Sevenfold - City Of Evil
Still Remains - The Serpent
Tool - 10000 Days
Shapeshifter - Real Time
Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet
Sonic Youth - Sonic Nurse
Tim Armstrong - A Poets Life
Against Me! - New Wave
Motley Crue - Saints Of Los Angeles
Dragonforce - Inhuman Rampage
Shi'had - Love Is The New Hate
Coheed & Cambria - No World For Tomorrow
Pearl Jam - Back Spacer
Weezer - Red Album
Rancid - Let The Dominoes Fall
Green Day - American Idiot
Deftones - White Pony
Lucinda Williams - West
Gwen Stefani - L.A.M.B
Beastie Boys - To The 5 Boroughs
Bruce Springsteen - The Rising
H.I.M - Dark Light
Fat Freddys' Drop - Based On A True Story
Pitch Black - Half Way Between Ape & Angel
Flight Of The Conchords - The Distant Future
Iron Maiden - Dance Of Death
01-30-2010 05:08 PM
RenoRebel
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Originally Posted by david_z View Post
OP is thinking of either Da Funk or Around the World. Those were the two Daft Punk hits from early 2000's.
(Ding!) Now I remember them! Ok, I was pretty close.

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Originally Posted by MunkySpunk View Post
Because it's all based on opinion, and believe it or not, Tool doesn't appeal to some people.
(Raises Hand) Got one right here. I could never even stand Tool, and believe me I've heard a lot. All my friends got into it in High School (and some still are) but I just always thought it was garbage.

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I'm still pretty fond of Green Day - Dookie
Lastly, yeah like he said, wrong decade.
Have you heard the vomit that's come out since 2000?!
Green Day is now a completely different band, and bear no resemblance to Dookie or any of the other albums before it. They used to be really good, 80's and 90's Green Day is some of my favorite pop punk.
01-30-2010 12:53 PM
baldylox
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I'm still pretty fond of Green Day - Dookie
Wrong decade!

The Beatles were great but I've heard every god damn song so many times I just want to drink battery acid when they're played.
01-30-2010 12:15 PM
MunkySpunk
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Originally Posted by longboard16 View Post
Eminem did slightly outsell The Beatles for total (32 million to 30 million) to capture the title Best Selling Artist of the Decade.

As musicians who were only together about eight years The Beatles were simply brilliant.
Let's see Eminem sell 30 million albums in the 2040's. There's a fine line between 'timeless' and 'laughed at in 15 years'. Throw in 'brilliant' with 'timeless' and you've got an even narrower crowd in the running.

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Originally Posted by Nugggster View Post
How does a Tool album not make that list after seeing the results I guess its time to consider the source
Because it's all based on opinion, and believe it or not, Tool doesn't appeal to some people. I liked them back in the 90's myself. I still listen to them on occasion, but I've moved on for the most part. They don't suck, but there's better music out there.
01-30-2010 09:31 AM
david_z
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"Blue" was Eiffel 65, not Daft Punk. Daft Punk is basically dance/pop, which isn't normally my cup of tea, but "Discovery" is always a happy listen.
OP is thinking of either Da Funk or Around the World. Those were the two Daft Punk hits from early 2000's.
01-30-2010 07:45 AM
Irish2685
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Originally Posted by Nugggster View Post
How does a Tool album not make that list after seeing the results I guess its time to consider the source
I was going to ask, "where's Lateralus, or even 10,000 Days"? Or where's Mer de Noms or Renegades (RatM), etc... This list, as are most of its kind, is terrible.
01-30-2010 05:13 AM
RenoRebel
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"Blue" was Eiffel 65, not Daft Punk. Daft Punk is basically dance/pop, which isn't normally my cup of tea, but "Discovery" is always a happy listen.
Now I feel all tarded...

Apologizing... NOW!
Going to go find Daft Punk and judge for myself.
If I remember right my mechanic (auto) loves them, but he is weird.
01-29-2010 10:31 PM
Milo303
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"Blue" was Eiffel 65, not Daft Punk. Daft Punk is basically dance/pop, which isn't normally my cup of tea, but "Discovery" is always a happy listen.
Haha you beat me to it


I'm still pretty fond of Green Day - Dookie

And Rise Against has my attention for current times
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