Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by Keatownrodriguez (2019)

So basically, this isn't 1 to 1 with my actual opinions, it's so hard to figure out where goes where! My top 20 are probably accurate but afterwards.... oh well, that just means I'll be changing it pretty frequently, making it more accurate. Also I'll be finding new albums all the time so, check back bois! 16yr old fool that lives in the middle of nowhere so who knows where my tastes come from
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This is a very similar album to thier debut, but the songs here are a lot shorter and more consistently fast-paced which is exactly how I like my rock and roll, even though I love the debut, the song structure on this record is more up my alley so I prefer this one.
Favorite Track- Revolver
[First added to this chart: 03/04/2019]
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1996
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Short and sweet tracks perfect for any musky basement
Favorite track- Wave of mutilation
[First added to this chart: 10/23/2018]
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1989
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An album inspired by one of my favorite game series of all time. These arrangements are so special to me, this is legit the first CD I ever owned and Pollyanna is probably in my top 10 favorite songs of all time [First added to this chart: 12/05/2019]
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1989
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SHIIIIIIIINE OOOOOOOON YOU CRAAAAAAAAAZY DIAMOND!!!!
Favorite track- Have a cigar
[First added to this chart: 10/23/2018]
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1975
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I've never had an album make me so uncomfortable in my life, and that's exactly what's so special about it. The theme of evil and sadness hits you over the head on almost every song and man it hits so hard. Especially the closer, Hurt just might be the most hard-hitting song of all time, it leaves you in shock after the album is long over. This definitely isn't an album you can listen to all the time but when you do take the time, get ready to feel
Favorite track: Hurt
[First added to this chart: 10/17/2019]
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1994
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Joji's the most promising artist I've seen recently, coming out with a mellow burn like this album on his first try is super awesome, can't wait to see what he does next
Favorite Track- Wanted U
[First added to this chart: 11/29/2018]
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2018
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This was such a surprisingly amazing album, all I knew of Tyler before this was Yonkers, so I just thought this guy was a hype beast, but he actually has some emotions, actually a lot of them. After listening to this I feel like I know Tyler on a personal basis, and he's a lot like me, so Tyler, if you're out there, let's get lunch sometime.
Favorite track- See you again
[First added to this chart: 10/23/2018]
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2017
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5,082
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Like I said with songs for the deaf the 2000s was dominated by a specific type of rock and roll, the decade was severely lacking more bands like Jimmy Eat World SUN SWEAT SUGAR ON THE ASPHALT
Favorite Track- Bleed American
[First added to this chart: 04/25/2019]
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2001
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This man went from selling out stadiums to making garage rock, and it makes perfect sense. If you like MY Chemical Romance you owe it to yourself to check this out. Even if you don't you might enjoy the more mature sound of this record as opposed to My Chem. So if you like heavier rock check this out.
Favorite Track- Oceans
[First added to this chart: 11/20/2018]
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2016
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This album solidifies MGMT as one of the most interesting acts of the century. They've now delivered four albums that are all obviously MGMT but they change the sound enough to make it a new experience, this album especially is their most consistent yet with a very consistant theme and my favorite songs they've released to date. The first half has the songs that you'll probobly remember the most, very radio-friendly catchy tunes that I love. After me and michael it starts to mellow out into a soundscape that blows me away. The second half won't be for everyone, but I think the first 5 tracks are some of the best tunes of the decade.
Tied with Congradulations
Favorite track- When you Die
Congratulations- I found a whistle
[First added to this chart: 10/23/2018]
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Top 100 Greatest Music Albums composition

Decade Albums %


1930s 0 0%
1940s 0 0%
1950s 0 0%
1960s 0 0%
1970s 10 10%
1980s 11 11%
1990s 21 21%
2000s 23 23%
2010s 35 35%
Country Albums %


United States 72 72%
United Kingdom 21 21%
Canada 4 4%
Mixed Nationality 2 2%
Unknown 1 1%

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From kynes 12/02/2019 09:07
this chart has no shame and i love it for that. everything about it makes me smile
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From manurock 09/24/2019 09:01
Thanks for your rating and comment on my chart. I find yours a very personal chart with some common albums like Illinois or ITCOTCK which I love to see and some interesting emo choices like My Chemical Romance or Death Cab for Cutie. Nirvana too in the top for my liking though. Great job anyways, love to see young people dig in so much music by themselves, I did the same too.
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From jbfarmer 06/10/2019 18:26
Solid chart. Definitely unique. No one can say that you're following cliches here.
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From ExTeaSea 01/28/2019 04:34
That's a ton of Weezer haha. Blue album and Pinkerton are great. Pretty good list, nice to see a good amount of lesser known stuff because some people only put highly rated albums. Like how much you love Queen. Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds is underrated. You should check out XTC since you like fun upbeat rock bands like Weezer and such.
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From Peppa 11/28/2018 13:02
Noice!
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Best Albums of the 1970s
1. The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
2. Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin
3. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
4. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie
5. London Calling by The Clash
6. The Wall by Pink Floyd
7. Who's Next by The Who
8. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac
9. Exile On Main St. by The Rolling Stones
10. Unknown Pleasures by Joy Division
11. Blood On The Tracks by Bob Dylan
12. Animals by Pink Floyd
13. Marquee Moon by Television
14. Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen
15. Hunky Dory by David Bowie
16. Pink Moon by Nick Drake
17. What's Going On by Marvin Gaye
18. Low by David Bowie
19. Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones
20. Paranoid by Black Sabbath
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