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01:34 PM on 05/10/12
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Adele 21 no doubt!
01:35 PM on 05/10/12
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The Shins - Wincing The Night Away
Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape
01:36 PM on 05/10/12
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no one is saying lady gaga, i mean i'm not a fan, but i have no doubt those albums will be looked back on as classics.
01:36 PM on 05/10/12
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Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
01:36 PM on 05/10/12
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The Fall of Troy- Doppelgänger

Saosin- Translating the Name
01:37 PM on 05/10/12
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Outkast - Stankonia
Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Coldplay - Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape

Off the top of my head.
01:38 PM on 05/10/12
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no one is saying lady gaga, i mean i'm not a fan, but i have no doubt those albums will be looked back on as classics.
Yeah, I'm sure Gaga will be looked back on fondly. Adele and Taylor Swift as well. Maybe Katy Perry too.
01:38 PM on 05/10/12
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Still don't get why Funeral is the 'go to' Arcade Fire album. Sure it has Wake Up on it, but as a whole the songs on Neon Bible are better and Neon Bible also has a more cohesive feel to it.
I'd recommend listening to Funeral about 100-200 more times before saying things like that. That album has been one of my most played for years, and though I absolutely love Neon Bible too, Funeral is as wonderful and as cohesive as music gets. While about half of Neon Bible got old after a few hundred plays, Funeral still astounds me every time those first twinkling notes of "Neighborhood #1" start. It's like Merriweather Post Pavilion... there's just nothing wrong with it as an LP. Nothing at all.
01:38 PM on 05/10/12
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Fuck it, I'm making a Bjork post. I'm gonna stick to post 2000s when talking in this thread.

Bjork - Vespertine

A magnificent album, that while not particularly commercially successful, was beloved critically. It was Bjork's attempt to make an 'electronic folk' album and she truly succeeded. The album is delicate and sensual, with a beautiful mixture of strings and beats. Pagan Poetry might be one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. Thom Yorke called Unravel his favourite song of all time. Perfect album.
01:39 PM on 05/10/12
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OK Computer is really the only record I can say with confidence. Far more significant than Kid A.

As much as I love the music in this scene, I don't know if much any of it will be culturally or musically relevant in 2040. Maybe Transatlanticism. Deja Entendu and Full Collapse in inner circles.
01:40 PM on 05/10/12
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I think even more than FOB, Jimmy Eat World - Bleed American will be regarded as the classic record from that genre/era.
01:40 PM on 05/10/12
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This is a fantastic idea for thursday discussion, props!

Here are my picks:

Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Bright Eyes - I'm Wide Awake It's Morning
Pavement - Crooked Rain Crooked Rain
Weezer - Pinkerton (or Blue)
Notorious BIG - Ready To Die
Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism
Nas - Illmatic
The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin

I'm positive I forgot something.
01:41 PM on 05/10/12
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I think even more than FOB, Jimmy Eat World - Bleed American will be regarded as the classic record from that genre/era.
Yup. Even people who listened to almost all opera, classical, and new age (like my fiancee) had that album and loved it. Soccer moms, teenagers, college kids... everyone.
01:42 PM on 05/10/12
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when the hell did replieswithgifs start talking?!
01:43 PM on 05/10/12
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Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers
D'Angelo - Voodoo

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