Top 90 Greatest Music Albums by Cymro2011 (2019)
Some recommendations would be nice.
- Chart updated: 09/08/2019 11:15
- (Created: 12/08/2012 23:38).
- Chart size: 90 albums.
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When people ask 'who's the best guitarist?' I can't help but get a little pissed off. I've always thought that it doesn't matter how talented you are but the way in which you play. Don Howland isn't a phenomenally technical guitarist but he plays fiercely. Real, emotionally driven stuff. Beautiful and ugly at the same time.
Genre:Garage Blues Rock(First added to this chart: 09/06/2013)
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|The Rolling Stones||3||3%|
|The Velvet Underground||3||3%|
|The Gun Club||2||2%|
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As for recommendations, looking at your list (punk mixed with classic blues rock and a bit of art rock) I'd say Jack White, Motorhead (if you want heavier stuff), Pixies.
BRMC and Spencer have given you +10 rating, they're good!
I have not even listened to most of the albums in your chart and yet I gave you a 100. I would have listened several if they had been available to me for download.
Lots of al ums to discover
Ooh I like this chart a lot. Especially the inclusion of the Black Angels in the top 10. A lot of just really good rock music here. And a lot of psychedelic goodness. Directions to See a Ghost has always been my favorite, I'll give Passover another listen :)
Most badass chart on BEA. Feel like I should be scrolling while I drop acid riding backwards on a motorcycle going 110 mph through the desert
After looking your chart a bit, I see you like noise rock, post-punk and garage rock.
I would recommend you Wire's first three albums, Mogwai's Young Team and Swans's late albums
Never heard of Michael Yonkers before, listened to some of his albums, and loved it! Also, automatic 100 for having You Forgot It In People so high. Thanks for having great taste!
I guess Rowland S Howard is an underground classic I lived near him in St Kilda ,Melbourne before his passing a real legend of the alternative Aussie scene
Rowland! this chart is brilliant. i found it by looking into Bassholes rep on this website and you're one of the few who have them. the underground music from the late 90's and early 00's is criminally underrated. i also like the presence of some awesome psychedelic stuff like the 13th floor elevators who arguably started the whole genre! great stuff
If you like Rowland then a look into his early stuff with Nick Cave in Boys next door/The birthday party would be a good start into similar stuff if you didn't already know it.
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