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Top 75 Music Albums of the 2000s by Error Finn (2018)

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Conceptual extension - Part 6, The 2000s: "Music from the global village"

2000s (2000-09) hasn't been passed very long time.For some (certainly part of BEA's members), year 2000 (yeah, -Kid A- year!), may sound like nostalgia.I understand that some people want to "keep up with the spirit" and listen to the music of their time.It's not my way to work. I am too, focusing on the history of a person. Therefore, I can't immediately find the result of the new currents. I can see only aftermath.
Of the decade, the name "Music from the Global Village" has two meanings. First of all, information technology has reduced the world (such as this site). Second, the source of many a musical work can be just as well classical music, free jazz to world music.In addition, music is available .. everywhere! Listening to music requires / to develop media literacy. This allows pearls to find!
My list consists only the pearls. This 2000s profile, a tribute to the other, The Previous Charts.
Yes, I'm, old music lover. I also like the new stuff. The new must have something recognizable, but something - a personal touch.
This could be a completely new: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trFs_PDqSv4&feature=related

Chart updated: 03/01/2018 22:45 (Created: 06/17/2012 13:52). Chart size: 75 albums.

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ThirdUnited Kingdom Portishead
In the word "Head" is something magical. This word is found, as well as many of the famous band that, the significant name of the album.
(Portis- HEAD = almost Bristol)
Third album on the band's sound is recognizable, but still very new. Now, Geoff Barrow, Beth Gibbons and Adrian Utleyn music plays clearly multi-dimensionally, and bolder than the two previous studio album. The atmosphere becomes more intimate to the threatened again and again. The first few times listening to a point of reference is, of course, Beth Gibbons voice (I love, and fear it at the same time), a voice buried in the mass range, the range rises to the very surface. Her way of singing is the same as on the verge of tears, but still firm. The first time I heard "Third", I thought that this album is The Latest Masterpiece Of Popular Music.
Pitchfork Media (8.8/10)
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2008Appears in:456 charts
Rank in 2008:4Rank Score:7,333
Rank in 2000s74Overall Rank:376
Average Rating:  81/100 (663 votes)
Comments: 32 comments
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In RainbowsUnited Kingdom Radiohead
When the "In Rainbows" was released, I had already learned to understand Radiohead, one of the great bands our time. This album focused a bit odd - the hype phenomenon. I didn't care. But the music rose, my CD player, a standard product. As a whole In Rainbows sounds like a really beautiful, but the eternal question, it is again, what this album is to be compared? It isn't "OK Computer", it isn't "Kid A" or "The Bends". Why Radiohead or any of the band (like the Beatles?)should do something again, something they have already done so well? I can't think of any reason, that as long as something this beautiful publication. In Rainbows settles into a fantastic Independent Component of Radiohead's Music.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
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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American IV: The Man Comes AroundUnited States Johnny Cash
The title track is a pure the Book of Revelation, whose rhetoric is suitable for acoustic rhythm as the nails are nailed to the cross. Their own key to the next song, (Trent Reznor) "Hurt" is a good choice for Cash's presentation. Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus" is successful interpretation of the ideal acoustic, hypnotic pace. Cash sings a straight bite.Other tracks on the album are pretty good, though a foreseeable way of hearing. But the a driving force in album is Mr. Johnny Cash, himself.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2002Appears in:301 charts
Rank in 2002:15Rank Score:4,104
Rank in 2000s116Overall Rank:630
Average Rating:  81/100 (404 votes)
Comments: 22 comments
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Raising SandMixed Nationality Robert Plant And Alison Krauss
If the tango is defined as conservative music, often described as such coutry music.If the old zeppelin dude and bluegrass queen doing an album together, what can you expect?..at least two Gene Clark songs.. Seemed like an unlikely pairing..but.."Raising Sand" opens with "Rich Woman", a nice combo of an upbeat, pop-flavored number with a hint of the haunting numbers to come thanks to a tenor guitar and sparse arrangement."Gone Gone Gone", - rockabilly one moment. More of a blues/country sound including "Killing The Blues","Through The Morning, Through The Night",and "Trampled Rose". Modern classic?
The engine of the project, producer T-Bone Burnett, accounted for the mix feels so strong, that his name could easily be increased this goal.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2007Appears in:157 charts
Rank in 2007:29Rank Score:1,980
Rank in 2000s230Overall Rank:1,221
Average Rating:  75/100 (208 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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Vi Sålde Våra HemmanFinland Emma Salokoski & Ilmiliekki Quartet
The idea of folk interpretation of the jazz language, is not new in Finland either. Album taken essentially Swedish songs, because the singer Emma heard as a child from her grandmother. Being Finnish radiates through the topics: "Kling Klang slår the klockan" for example,about the Hunger Years. Sibelius, Södergran, Taube, and other creations group has reached an original, Salokoski lyrics by trumpeter Verneri Pohjola (Pekka Pohjola's son), composed by the "Lilla Vän".Pianist Tuomo Prättälä find the paths to the same by Jan Johansson and Bill Evans walked, about fifty years ago.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2009Appears in:4 charts
Rank in 2009:399Rank Score:86
Rank in 2000s3,788Overall Rank:15,336
Average Rating:  71/100 (3 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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6. (=)

Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of OrpheusAustralia Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
It may be that I found Nick Cave for having this wonderful movie:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH8VAeqyvS8 Double disc type Nick Cave seemed challenging parcel in advance, but the two 40-minute doses, acts as a great album, the first disc concentrates on manic, the second disc more brittle material.Bad Seeds to pulls a very simple musical compositions through the irresistible by suction with a great sense of style in addition to a hefty portion madness.17 songs set up to breath-taking amount of stunning performances, including one of the most impressive is the "Abattoir Blues" the title track. Double-album ends, handsomely desolate message, but otherwise uplifting a massive "O Children".
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2004Appears in:276 charts
Rank in 2004:12Rank Score:3,852
Rank in 2000s125Overall Rank:670
Average Rating:  79/100 (327 votes)
Comments: 13 comments
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Felt MountainUnited Kingdom Goldfrapp
"Felt Mountain" is like a medley forgotten missed James Bond-pearls and Ennio Morricone pastiche, has not attempted to cover up. When I listened to the album for the first time so amazed:"Lovely Head" - where Alison Goldfrapp displays her whistling techniques (better than mine, I can't even whistle!). The album closes with "Horse Tears," the longest song on the album at just over five minutes. This song boasts an array of instruments from the viola, strings, violin, double bass and cello. The vocal arrangement is gorgeous because it's so bizarre and evocative. I don't want to catorgorise "Felt Mountain" into a particular musical style, but I suppose it could be best described as 'chill out' music. Listening to this album, cauSING paranoid mood - in a positive way!
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2000Appears in:164 charts
Rank in 2000:22Rank Score:2,252
Rank in 2000s206Overall Rank:1,101
Average Rating:  77/100 (215 votes)
Comments: 15 comments
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8. (=)

FuneralCanada Arcade Fire

(First added to chart: 04/04/2014)
Year of Release:2004Appears in:2,437 charts
Rank in 2004:1Rank Score:105,755
Rank in 2000s2Overall Rank:9
Average Rating: Top rated 88/100 (3,057 votes)
Comments: 350 comments
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9. (=)

Fleet FoxesUnited States Fleet Foxes
This band can be say the same words as in the Swedish The Soundtrack of Our Lives, group. Both of these are during the 2000s have done a great, could be called, "neo classic rock". Fleet Foxes focus for career in the 1960s re-creation of melodies. Album of songs names recall, the 1960s: "Tiger Mountain Peasant Song," "Quiet Houses", "Your Protector" and "Blue Ridge Mountains." The cover art is a detail of the 1559 painting Netherlandish Proverbs by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. It is nicer, if you own the album on vinyl.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2008Appears in:969 charts
Rank in 2008:1Rank Score:22,784
Rank in 2000s18Overall Rank:111
Average Rating:  82/100 (1,318 votes)
Comments: 75 comments
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10. (=)

Melody A.M.Norway Röyksopp
On this album, it is clear kinship with "Felt Mountain", as "retro-Bacharach"...'blue on blue, heartache on heartache'
Röyksopp (Norwegian pronunciation: [??ø?ks?p]) popularized in 1970s kind of popular music and ambient to the 2000s.Royksopp disco beat close to nature has charmed everyone who has operated a disc. Like - Air - had a machine music sound as airy beautiful.I may not like listening to the single tracks "Eple" and "Poor Leno ", but as part of the album..hmm it's OK. I was even surprised at myself that I liked (I like) on this album.
(First added to chart: 06/17/2012)
Year of Release:2001Appears in:126 charts
Rank in 2001:30Rank Score:1,468
Rank in 2000s311Overall Rank:1,564
Average Rating:  78/100 (168 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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Top 75 Music Albums of the 2000s composition

Year Albums %


2000 9 12%
2001 8 11%
2002 9 12%
2003 8 11%
2004 7 9%
2005 7 9%
2006 3 4%
2007 6 8%
2008 10 13%
2009 8 11%
Artist Albums %


Radiohead 4 5%
Goldfrapp 2 3%
The Mars Volta 2 3%
Kent 2 3%
Röyksopp 2 3%
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives 2 3%
Sigur Rós 2 3%
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Country Albums %


United States 20 27%
United Kingdom 19 25%
Finland 9 12%
Sweden 6 8%
France 4 5%
Mixed Nationality 4 5%
Iceland 2 3%
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Top 75 Music Albums of the 2000s chart changes

Biggest climbers
climbers Up 14 from 44th to 30th
Hail To The Thief
by Radiohead
Biggest fallers
fallers Down 1 from 30th to 31st
Neon Golden
by The Notwist
fallers Down 1 from 31st to 32nd
Where The Light Is: John Mayer Live In Los Angeles
by John Mayer
fallers Down 1 from 32nd to 33rd
Mama's Gun
by Erykah Badu
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