Monday, October 26, 2009

Albums Of The Decade

Arcade Fire - Funeral (2004)

DJ Shadow - The Private Press (2002)

Glassjaw - Worship And Tribute (2002)

LCD Soundsystem - Sound Of Silver (2007)

Libertines - The Libertines (2004)

Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory (2000)

NERD - In Search Of... (2002)

Portishead - Third (2008)

Radiohead - Kid A (2000)

Strokes - Is This It? (2001)


  1. Difficult to narrow it down to just a few choices for the whole decade, and some definate good ones in this list. However a noughties list without something by Jack White in it doesn't feel quite right. After all there's a range of his bands to choose from. I think my list would also have to have a bit of Hot Chip in it too.

  2. I have to say, and it may not be the most popular statement, but I really don't rate The White Stripes.
    I have started to warm to Jack in recent years, with the Raconteurs brilliant second album and the Dead Weather too, but it'd be hard to put him in a personal Best Of.
    Hot Chip is a close call though, The Warning was one of my albums of 2006.

  3. have a few bold choices there and I definitely have to agree that Arcade Fire and Radiohead deserve to be there. Also, I was thinking U2's All that you Can't Leave Behind and Muse's Origin of Symmetry as possible options.

  4. I've never been a massive U2 fan, I don't think they've been anything but a singles band since The Joshua Tree.
    Origin Of Symmetry has a big shout though, good call.


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