Friday, November 26, 2010

Ten Best Albums, Go!

Share your votes for the ten best punk albums! If you listen to other genres of rock music, be creative, list those instead. Directions: List the album name, band, and year it was released. P.S. Hope everyone reading had a happy Thanksgiving!

A few of my favorite albums, taken by me.
  1.  "Blink-182" (self titled) by Blink-182, 2003
  2. "Maybe I'll Catch Fire" by Alkaline Trio, 2000
  3. "Take Off Your Pants And Jacket" by Blink-182, 2001
  4. "I-Empire" by Angels And Airwaves, 2007
  5. "Box Car Racer" (self titled) by Box Car Racer, 2002
  6. "Dookie" by Green Day, 1994
  7. "Dude Ranch" by Blink-182, 1997
  8. "Die For The Government" by Anti-Flag, 1993
  9. "For Blood And Empire" by Anti-Flag, 2006
  10. "Anthem" by Less Than Jake, 2003
That was difficult! There are so many more albums that I love, but these are some of my favorites.

11 comments:

  1. This was pretty tough for me, but this is what comes to mind when I think of my top 10 albums.

    1. "Dude Ranch" by Blink-182, 1997
    2. "Grey Britain" by Gallows, 2009
    3. "This Addiction" by Alkaline Trio, 2010
    4. "Strictly Rude" by Big D and the Kids Table, 2007
    5. "It's Great to be Alive" by Fake Problems, 2009
    6. "Blink-182"(Self-Titled) by Blink-182, 2003
    7. "Crimson" by Alkaline Trio, 2005
    8. "For Blood and Empire" by Anti-Flag, 2006
    9. "Everybody Make Some Noise!" by The A.K.As, 2008
    10. "Warning Device" by Teenage Bottlerocket, 2008

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  2. Great choices! I actually really like all of the albums you mentioned, even the ones that aren't in my ten.

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  3. Okay, so mine are definitely not punk, but these are my favorites:
    1. "Folie A Deux" by Fall Out Boy, 2008
    2. "Flamingo" by Brandon Flowers, 2010
    3. "Santi" by The Academy Is, 2007
    4. "Everything In Transit" by Jack's Mannequin, 2005
    5. "Plans" by Death Cab For Cutie, 2005
    6. "Infinity On High" by Fall Out Boy, 2007
    7. "Aim And Ignite" by Fun., 2009
    8. "Lucy Gray" by Envy On The Coast, 2007
    9. "Self Titled Album" by The Audition, 2009
    10. "Waking Up" by Onerepublic, 2009

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  4. That's totally fine if they're not punk Cassandra, thanks for the input! And I liked a couple of those albums myself. :) Nicko, Energy is a new one for me. Is there a website I can visit to find out more?

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  5. what's energy???? blasphemy. girl, u gotta get caught up.

    operation ivy is the best ska/punk shit there ever was. the precursory band to rancid, late 80's. energy is a near-flawless record.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyUwEAVEJJ4&playnext=1&list=PL5B518CFA4DC4CE94&index=3

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  6. As if I could pick just 10 favorites. These are just a few, and they're not necessarily in any particular order.

    1. "Physical Graffiti" by Led Zeppelin, 1975
    2. "GAME" by Perfume, 2008
    3. "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd, 1975
    4. "Moving Pictures" by Rush, 1981
    5. "Above the Earth, Below the Sky" by If These Trees Could Talk, 2009
    6. "The Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd, 1973
    7. "Blink-182"(Self-Titled) by Blink-182, 2003
    8. "Perfume ~Complete Best~" by Perfume, 2006
    9. "Close to the Edge" by Yes, 1972
    10. "More! More! More!" by Capsule, 2008

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  7. Nicko-- okay, I misunderstood. I'm familiar with Operation Ivy. My boyfriend actually loves them! I'm going to have to check out "Energy" though. Not too familiar with their albums. It's cool that you like ska punk though!

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  8. Dean-- thanks for the input! It was hard for me to narrow down favorites too. I like how you have different, diverse selections. And that Blink-182 album is rad, and one of my favorites!

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  9. 1.) Zoso by Led Zeppelin 1971
    2.) Black Sabbath (self titled) 1970
    3.) Master of Reality by Black Sabbath 1971
    4.) The Song Remains The Same by Led Zeppelin 1976
    5.) The White Stripes (self titled) 1999
    6.) De Stijl by The White Stripes 2000
    7.) Wolfmother (self titled) 2005
    8.) Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd 1975
    9.) The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd 1973
    10.)British Steel by Judas Priest 1980

    That was tougher than I thought haha. There are a lot of other albums that I love but I tried to pick the ones that I feel are important.

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  10. Yeah, it's hard to narrow it down when you love music! Cool selection though. I'm starting to like The White Stripes.

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