Top 100 Music Albums of the 2000s by Stover75 (2019)
The Noughties contained some excellent music. I was in my mid-Twenties till my mid-Thirties during this period and I spent a lot of time volunteering at a community radio station in Scotland and I got to play a whole variety of my favourite music. For a brief moment bands like the Killers and The Bravery brought back the 80s and it was glorious. Overall it was a good decade for music.
- Chart updated: 08/21/2019 04:45
- (Created: 11/28/2016 01:49).
- Chart size: 100 albums.
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I would like to hear the album by David Gilmour and The Orb. I like The Orb, used to love the few songs I knew when I was a teen in the 90s. Little Fluffy Clouds was great. Will deffo check the album out asap. Will let you know what I think dude. Thanks for the rating.
I see you have David Gilmour solo albums. Did you ever hear the album he made with the Orb? It's called Metallic Spheres. It's very interesting. And it sounds just like what you'd expect it to sound like. It sounds like David Gilmour and the Orb. Heh heh.
30 in common and I like how you aren't ashamed to list comps. They still influenced the release of albums in the decade.
I think it's super cool that you volunteered at a community station in Scotland--I deejayed at a university station back in the nineties and found it to be a great way to be introduced to tons of new music. As you can see, I don't evaluate charts on the basis of how much crossover there is with my own; I'm most interested in discovering new things through other people's charts. Your achieves that for me, as I've actually never listened to Red Hot Chili Peppers' By the Way all the way through (though I really like "The Zephyr Song"). So there's a great listening opportunity for me. And of course, I always appreciate the opportunity to give some love to Arcade Fire's Funeral, as it's one of those landmark albums that has changed, and will forever change, the face of pop music as I understand it. You've also prodded me to find a couple of spots for Radiohead in my 2000s chart, as Kid A and In Rainbows are both undeniably great.