L (album) by The Caulfields
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L is ranked as the best album by The Caulfields.
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|2019||Imaybeparanoid||Top 99 Music Albums of 1997||71/99||1|
|2016||Unaguma||Top 100 Music Albums of the 1990s||46/100||11|
|2012||BAC369||Top 40 Greatest Music Albums||8/40||15|
|Total Charts: The total number of charts that this album has appeared in.||3|
|Total Rank Score: The total rank score.||28|
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Fantastic power pop album by this band from Delaware. Lead singer John Faye is now the frontman for Ike, and teaches in the Philadelphia area. This album contains what might be the ultimate slacker anthem ("President of Nothing") as one of the only power ballads I have ever been able to stomach ("Once Upon A Time"). Brilliant stuff.