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Top 99 Greatest Music Albums by Vasco (2019)

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Chart updated: 5 days ago (Created: 12/27/2016 23:24). Chart size: 99 albums.

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The Dark Side Of The MoonUnited Kingdom Pink Floyd
This is probably the most universal album ever made. Pink Floyd was the first band I feel in love with, and although LP's like "The Wall" or "Animals" are also breathtaking, this one really is something else. The voices of dialogue in between the songs, the themes of death, time, solitude and madness and the way how each track relate to one another make this album, for me, the best ever made.

Highlight - every single second of it
(First added to chart: 12/27/2016)
Year of Release:1973Appears in:3,406 charts
Rank in 1973:1Rank Score:176,814
Rank in 1970s1Overall Rank:2
Average Rating: Top rated 92/100 (4,315 votes)
Comments: 478 comments
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2. (=)

OK ComputerUnited Kingdom Radiohead
There's only one word to discribe this album: masterpiece. Even today it remains one of the most important LP's ever with it's handling of themes such as greed, power and alenation.
(First added to chart: 02/01/2017)
Year of Release:1997Appears in:3,701 charts
Rank in 1997:1Rank Score:197,896
Rank in 1990s1Overall Rank:1
Average Rating: Top rated 92/100 (4,564 votes)
Comments: 733 comments
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The Downward SpiralUnited States Nine Inch Nails
An amazing album that depicts the darkness of the human mind.
(First added to chart: 03/03/2018)
Year of Release:1994Appears in:706 charts
Rank in 1994:7Rank Score:16,995
Rank in 1990s33Overall Rank:157
Average Rating:  82/100 (912 votes)
Comments: 62 comments
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4. (=)

You Won't Get What You WantUnited States Daughters
One of the most addictive and visceral albums i've ever heard.
(First added to chart: 11/07/2018)
Year of Release:2018Appears in:191 charts
Rank in 2018:4Rank Score:2,118
Rank in 2010s133Overall Rank:1,164
Average Rating:  81/100 (285 votes)
Comments: 42 comments
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The WallUnited Kingdom Pink Floyd
This is preety much a Roger Waters solo album, and boy it is amazing. Probably the best concept album ever made with incredible rock songs!
(First added to chart: 02/02/2017)
Year of Release:1979Appears in:1,844 charts
Rank in 1979:2Rank Score:70,013
Rank in 1970s6Overall Rank:23
Average Rating: Top rated 86/100 (2,841 votes)
Comments: 211 comments
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Kid AUnited Kingdom Radiohead
A game changer for the band, Kid A is absolute perfection. I listened to this album sixteen years after it's release, and it still manages to make an impact. The fusion of various music genres (from alternative rock to dark jazz, going through IDM and psycadellic instrumentals) makes it for an unusual experience that gradually starts to connect with itself. At times the lyrics can feel either completly random ("Yesterday I woke up sucking a lemon") or deeply sad ("I'm not here, this isn't happening"), which makes it one of the most intriguing albuns ever.

Highlight - ICE AGE COMING ICE AGE COMING
(First added to chart: 12/27/2016)
Year of Release:2000Appears in:2,701 charts
Rank in 2000:1Rank Score:122,765
Rank in 2000s1Overall Rank:6
Average Rating: Top rated 89/100 (3,611 votes)
Comments: 494 comments
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Amused To DeathUnited Kingdom Roger Waters
After the departure of creative Pink Floyd master Syd Barret, Roger Waters, alongside David Gilmour, became the mainly contributors for the british band. And when Waters came out, to me, Pink Floyd weren't the same anymore. Luckly, Roger continued is works as a solo artist, and Anused To Death is to date is best solo album, on which he reflects the turns of mankind and it's lost of integrety.

Highlight - aren't we amusing ourselves to death while listening to this album?...
(First added to chart: 12/29/2016)
Year of Release:1992Appears in:128 charts
Rank in 1992:22Rank Score:2,115
Rank in 1990s243Overall Rank:1,165
Average Rating:  76/100 (186 votes)
Comments: 11 comments
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8. (=)

PinkertonUnited States Weezer

(First added to chart: 02/07/2019)
Year of Release:1996Appears in:906 charts
Rank in 1996:1Rank Score:25,201
Rank in 1990s21Overall Rank:101
Average Rating:  84/100 (1,248 votes)
Comments: 123 comments
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In RainbowsUnited Kingdom Radiohead
This album for me it's Radiohead most stripped back one. The songs seem very simple yet they carry such a powerful emotion. I also consider it to be their most beautiful album, both in terms of lyrics and of melodies.

Highlight - the feels that come to me while listening to these tracks
(First added to chart: 02/01/2017)
Year of Release:2007Appears in:2,348 charts
Rank in 2007:1Rank Score:103,871
Rank in 2000s3Overall Rank:12
Average Rating: Top rated 89/100 (3,126 votes)
Comments: 338 comments
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10. (=)

MezzanineUnited Kingdom Massive Attack
The first four tracks are just epic! The other songs are also very cool.
(First added to chart: 11/12/2017)
Year of Release:1998Appears in:795 charts
Rank in 1998:2Rank Score:18,538
Rank in 1990s30Overall Rank:144
Average Rating:  83/100 (984 votes)
Comments: 47 comments
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Top 99 Greatest Music Albums composition

Decade Albums %


1930s 0 0%
1940s 0 0%
1950s 2 2%
1960s 2 2%
1970s 10 10%
1980s 7 7%
1990s 19 19%
2000s 22 22%
2010s 37 37%
Artist Albums %


Nine Inch Nails 9 9%
Radiohead 8 8%
Pink Floyd 6 6%
Depeche Mode 5 5%
Massive Attack 4 4%
Arcade Fire 4 4%
Muse 4 4%
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Country Albums %


United Kingdom 42 42%
United States 40 40%
Canada 6 6%
Australia 4 4%
Mixed Nationality 2 2%
New Zealand 2 2%
Portugal 2 2%
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Top 99 Greatest Music Albums chart changes

Biggest climbers
climbers Up 21 from 32nd to 11th
Animals
by Pink Floyd
climbers Up 7 from 99th to 92nd
Bad Witch
by Nine Inch Nails
climbers Up 1 from 100th to 99th
channel ORANGE
by Frank Ocean
Biggest fallers
fallers Down 7 from 15th to 22nd
Abbey Road
by The Beatles
fallers Down 2 from 17th to 19th
Unknown Pleasures
by Joy Division
fallers Down 2 from 21st to 23rd
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
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by The Cure
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