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Thread: 2010-2019--Your top ten albums of the '10s

  1. #91
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    Dec 2011
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    Okay, how did we manage to derail a basic LIST thread?

    My list is mostly from the first half of the decade because I've mostly lost track of what's been current for the last few years. Even when some albums are new, I sometimes don't get around to listening to them or only listen to them once or twice then forget about them (though some exceptions do apply).

    No particular order:

    Opeth - Pale Communion (2014)
    Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused To Sing (2013) or Hand.Cannot.Erase (2015)
    Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks (2013)
    David Bowie - The Next Day (2013) or Blackstar (2016) (I actually prefer TND, but Blackstar seems to get more love because it was released just days before he died. They're both his best ones since the early 80s, though.)
    Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (2010) or Reflektor (2013) (Everything Now [2017] also has some songs I really like, but also a bunch of filler tracks in the middle.)
    Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor (2015) (Definitely one of his better post-90s albums)
    Enslaved - RIITIIR (2012) (I've mostly lost track of what's current in metal, especially extreme metal, which is probably why the first metal album on the list is the seventh entry).
    Agalloch - Marrow Of The Spirit (2010)
    Jesu - Everyday I Get Closer To The Light From Which I Came (2013)
    Sunn O))) - Life Metal (2019)

    Picking the last album on the list was a bit hard, limiting the list to just ten entries is even harder.

  2. #92
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    Anthrax also released to great albums this decade.

  3. #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Channard View Post
    Another interesting question posed...

    So, in which decade would you jump off your time machine to see a band perform before they lost their famous lead singer? Twenty-two percentwould go back to the 50s to see Buddy Holly chirping with the Crickets, 21 percent would drag themselves back to the 70s to see Freddy Mercury perform with Queen, another 21 percent would venture back to the psychedelic 60s and "experience" Jimi Hendrix first hand, 13 percent would also flash back to the 60s and open the Doors to see Jim Morrison in his prime and 11 percent would travel back to 90s and seek Nirvana in the form of Kurt Cobain. Nine percentwould skip the trip altogether.”
    I would want to go back to the late 80s/early 90s over in the UK to experience the second summer of love and the rave scene. The 90s electronic music will always be my favorite era, so much great and unique artists.

  4. #94
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    In no particular order

    NIN - the trilogy
    Pond - The Weather/Tasmania
    Faith No More - Sol Invictus
    Tame impala - Lonerism
    Lorde - Melodrama
    Puscifer - Conditions of my Parole
    TR & AR - The Social Network
    Chet Faker - Built on Glass
    Crystal Castles - (ii)
    NIN - Hesitation Marks

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