Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by awesomness425 (2019)

34 in Top 100
18 in Top 200
9 in Top 300
4 in Top 400
5 in Top 500
5 in Top 600
4 in Top 700
1 in Top 800
3 in Top 900
1 in Top 1000
4 in Top 2000
5 in Top 3000
4 in Top 4000
2 in Top 6000
1 in Top 9000

My Top 10 Favourite Artists (1-3 are solid, 4-10 Change rapidly all the time)
1. Radiohead
2. Frank Ocean
3. Kanye West
4. Brand New
5. Kendrick Lamar
6. Sufjan Stevens
7. Sigur Ros
8. Brockhampton
9. The Smashing Pumpkins
10. Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Albums for Next Update
Give Up By The Postal Service
Halcyon Digest By Deerhunter
Die Lit By Playboi Carti
Never Hungover Again By Joyce Manor
S/T By Joyce Manor
Ghosts of the Great Highway By Sun Kil Moon
Innerspeaker By Tame Impala
  • Chart updated: 03/28/2019 20:15
  • (Created: 02/13/2015 21:21).
  • Chart size: 100 albums.

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"A heart that's full up like a landfill
A job that slowly kills you
Bruises that won't heal

You look so tired and unhappy
Bring down the government
They don't, they don't speak for us
I'll take a quiet life
A handshake of carbon monoxide

No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
Silent, silent

This is my final fit, my final bellyache with

No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises please

Such a pretty house, such a pretty garden

No alarms and no surprises (let me out of here)
No alarms and no surprises (let me out of here)
No alarms and no surprises please (let me out of here)"

I only really got into music about a little bit longer than a year ago. Before that it was just the odd band's that i favored which at the start of Gr.10 Would have just been Creed,Pearl Jam, Nirvana, And Pink Floyd. Month by month the amount of music i was listened was growing faster each month..at this time i probably wouldn't have been able to even make a Top 100 albums until one day i found this band..Radiohead. I mean i knew the song Creep (Thank you Rock Band), but nothing else. i went through watchmojo's top 10's of alternative bands and watched Radiohead's first...at first i thought nothing much of them..then day's later i watched it again and thought it was amazing, so i decided to get the best of album and was blown away that the next day i got all of their music and just put it on without not even knowing what song was playing. OK Computer is the album i adored the most out of their whole catologue. From opening with an interstellar burst and ending with a beautiful 5 minute ballad of Thom saying to "Slow Down" there is never a sour note with this album. 100+ listens have already been put into this album and none of those listens have been regretted. There is a reason why this album is number 1 on this website and i believe the overall rank really speaks for itself. One thing i notice in Radiohead's music is layers. Every one of the instruments are all layered together very well to the point where just every little sound has a reason to be there. I would be surprised if you haven't listened to this album, but if you haven't check it out

Fav Tracks: Paranoid Android, Let Down, No Surprises(First added to this chart: 03/16/2015)
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1997
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Alternative Rock, Art Rock, Electronic

"No matter what happens now
I shouldn't be afraid
Because I know today has been the most perfect day I've ever seen"

This is the first album of their 21st century endeavors that i got myself into right away. This album was such a comeback for Radiohead and what a fantastic one at that. The album starts off with extremely fast-paced songs that are extremely great songs to dance like Thom to..then it leads up to the song "Nude" which i feel really set's the mood to what we are going to hear on the majority of this album..beauty...Thom's melancholic vocals with what i believe is Phil's best drum work in the discography with song's like All I Need, Reckoner, and my favorite of Phil's drum work "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi"..if there was an album i would recommend to get someone into Radiohead i would choose this album because it has a very easy listen comparing to other albums.

Fav Tracks: Nude, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, All I Need(First added to this chart: 03/16/2015)
Year of Release:
2007
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105,555
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Art Rock, Experimental Rock, Electronic

"Red wine and sleeping pills
Help me get back to your arms
Cheap sex and sad films
Help me get where I belong"

My first few listens gave me a different impression of the album than it gives me now..I did not understand the music at all and thought it was quite odd..I mean i enjoyed Everything In It's Right Place, Idioteque, and Optimistic, but hadn't really understood anything else. At the start of my Radiohead journey i had split playlists for their "Rock" music and then their "Electronic" Music. Near June i was in class studying for finals and had on my electronic playlist and a few songs from Kid A would come up here and now, but i realized...this is fantastic. Not much of a listener of Electronica, but this album made me realize the greatness there is in many genres of music outside of "Rock" music. I mean there is songs that aren't Electronic based like The National Anthem has a sort of jazzy feel as well as an extremely kick-ass bass line and Optimistic seems very alt-rocky as well. All in All i adore this album. Great album to listen to before you go to sleep

Fav Tracks: How To Disappear Completely, Everything In It's Right Place, Kid A(First added to this chart: 03/16/2015)
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2000
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Chamber Pop, Art Pop, Art Rock(First added to this chart: 05/11/2016)
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2016
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Alternative Rock

Another Radiohead album woohoo, were gonna keep going..This is the first album i had listened to by Radiohead (Besides Best of) and i was blown away right from the opening of Planet Telex. This album is such a step up from Pablo Honey. It is the definition of pure alt-rock. The first four album's on my are very close to all being tied to each other so sometime this album feels like #2, but i feel like where it's at right now is good. This is the album that has the most released singles..5 Singles!..Jesus you know an album is good when..A note too..everytime i listen to this album..i think about how much i'd like to thank Johnny Greenwood for being such a great guitarist .

Fav Tracks: Fake Plastic Trees, Street Spirit (Fade Out), High And Dry(First added to this chart: 03/16/2015)
Year of Release:
1995
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Electronic, Experimental Rock, Alternative Rock

"After years of waiting, nothing came". Imagine Kid A, but with more guitar..yeah pretty good. This is the most interesting LP that has been released by Radiohead. With starting with "Packt Like Sardines" with a distorted Thom voice and a really odd instrumentation that at first listen could be a little weird. Weirder is the next song Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors which has a robotic voice talking about..doors, but with an amazing beat playing that is orgasmicly amazing. i don't know the album is amazing..You And Whose Army's drums, I Might Be Wrong's guitar. Radiohead is still at their finest with this record and is sounding more Experimental than Kid A, but experimental in a good way...ugh so many good things..distorted voice in Like Spinning Plates, the melancholy of Pyramid Song, the jazzy feel of Life In A Glasshouse...you know what you should just listen to the album.

Fav Tracks: Like Spinning Plates, Life And A Glasshouse, You And Whose Army?(First added to this chart: 03/16/2015)
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2001
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Top 100 Greatest Music Albums composition

Decade Albums %


1930s 0 0%
1940s 0 0%
1950s 1 1%
1960s 5 5%
1970s 9 9%
1980s 2 2%
1990s 23 23%
2000s 27 27%
2010s 33 33%
Country Albums %


United States 64 64%
United Kingdom 22 22%
Canada 5 5%
Iceland 3 3%
Mixed Nationality 2 2%
Japan 1 1%
Australia 1 1%
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From doubleA 5 days ago
A really enjoyable chart! Good reads and personal picks.

Some recommendations to give some more variety outside the top 300:

Sung Tongs by Animal Collective
Hypnotic UnderWorld by Ghost
Atrocity Exhibition by Danny Brown
Octopus by Gentle Giant
Future Days and Ege Bamyasi, both by Can

Some might suit you, some might not. Go figure!
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From LedZep 03/10/2018 14:57
Totally dig the comments, and also some fantastic picks. Haven't listened to Interpol in some time, gotta give TOTBL a listen now!
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From travelful 02/17/2018 15:55
Definitely some records I wanna checkout on here. I don't care for Coldplay, Drake, Arcade Fire, or Linkin Park much. But even with that said we have 31 albums and 20 artists in common, so we have pretty similar taste. I'd let you have aux if we were driving in a car together, which I wouldn't allow many to do.
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From JulianR 09/17/2017 07:45
great chart! I like a ton of your picks yet also gleaned some stuff I'm gonna check out, and I love your album comments.
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From bobbyb5 06/05/2017 03:51
I expected the worse when i saw OK Computer as #1. But then i saw Wire, and Galaxie 500, and several other great ones.
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From bobbyb5 02/05/2017 00:39
I almost live in Ontario. I live about 2 miles from the Canadian border. I can SEE Ontario from my fifth floor balcony tho. Well, I can see the bridge anyway .
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From louisjwyatt 01/14/2017 17:39
Cool chart! Love to see two great emo albums represented in your top 20.
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From izaksen 11/26/2016 09:29
nice chart...very exact and innovative because it has very variety I think it's good ...i loved it ... I will follow some of these composers...
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From benpaco 11/14/2016 20:16
What can I say, you got great taste. A lot of the classics I adore are here too (Unknown Pleasures, The Queen Is Dead, Ziggy Stardust), some more modern masterpieces (Deja, TDAG, For Emma), and some emo releases that don't get enough love (Flatsound and Merchant Ships).

Also, if you're into Merchant Ships, definitely listen to Old Gray. An Autobiography is on my overall, the dex EP is the best single/EP I've ever heard, and their part on the Tiny Moving Parts split is incredible, too.

Also would welcome any recommendations you might have, "especially if [they] are emo and super angsty." ;)
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From jhuik 10/21/2016 13:19
Superior commenting and personal thoughts. Many choices in common but also some divergence from mine. Great chart, great work, my fellow Ontarian! Not just one but two by CSH. Some others here that I will need to check out sometime.
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Best Ever Albums
1. OK Computer by Radiohead
2. The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
3. Abbey Road by The Beatles
4. Revolver by The Beatles
5. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles
6. Kid A by Radiohead
7. Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin
8. The Velvet Underground And Nico by The Velvet Underground And Nico
9. Funeral by Arcade Fire
10. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
11. Nevermind by Nirvana
12. In Rainbows by Radiohead
13. The Beatles (The White Album) by The Beatles
14. Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys
15. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie
16. London Calling by The Clash
17. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel
18. The Bends by Radiohead
19. Doolittle by Pixies
20. The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths


 
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