I loved all these back in the day, and now and then I still enjoy them. Still fun to listen to.
Only a short E.P. of b-sides and remixes, but they happen to be some of my very favorites.
Shoegaze metal is so cool. I don't care what you say. Deftones rule.
Even a mere shadow of the 90's Pumpkins is good enough these days.
A sinfully underrated sophmore album. Quirky in all the right places.
Always a soft spot for the Goo. To the point and great pop songs.
Acid electro-dance that you can head bang to. Go France!
The boys bring back a little bit of that rifftastic glory of yester-decade.
Most unlikely couple & one of the most surprising albums of the decade.
Dem Nickel Creek kids do me right every time. Das da troof.
High energy new wave punksters with epic melodies and beats to spare on this'n.
This album really makes me wish I was a jump-roping cartoon. In the 70's.
Probably the best voice in the myriad of Thom Yorke impersonators. Including Thom.
This album makes me wish I was a vaudeville cartoon. In the 30's.
Gibberish lyrics = fun for everyone. One of the funnest/funniest albums all decade.
Sometimes cheesy, but always catchy and fun. A Chris & Cass road trip fav.
(sniff) Poor, sad Beck. You've done made us all cry now.
On the shortlist for sexiest album of the decade. Smokey Japanese jazz-pop.
When you think "slightly emo Strokes," it doesn't sound so good, but oh it sure is.
Amazing how an album can sound so insane and fun at the same time. Brilliant.
I really should like this album more than I do. Cuz its so friggin poptastic.
I really shouldn't like this album as much as I do. But its so friggin poptastic.
Such pure emotive intensity is a rare treat these days. (I should like this more, too.)
I swear I have dreams that sound like this album. Very surrealistic rock.