Albums of the Noughties - part three

TOP FIFTY ALBUMS OF THE NOUGHTIES – THE MIDDLE TEN

 

And in no particular order:

 

U2 “All That You Leave Behind” – finally got to see them live this year and the sound broke down during “Walk On”, the best song from this album - arghhhh!

PJ Harvey “The Peel Sessions” – the best of her sessions for the late, great John Peel.

Josh Homme et al “The Desert Sessions 9 & 10” – the album that introduced me to the goddess that is PJ Harvey

Nine Inch Nails “The Hand That Feeds”- the last time Trent Reznor was “loose” on an album, and now sadly, NIN, are no more.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds “Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!”

Head Automatica “Decadence” – first heard them on a Kerrang “Best of the Year” free CD, thanks, guys.

Opeth “Ghost Reveries” – prog rock, jazz fusion, and, er, werewolf singing

Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan “Ballad of the Broken Seas” – well, Mark Lanegan is involved so it has to be good.

Anathema “Hindsight”- just haunting

Muse “Black Holes and Revelations”

By: Ian Hunter On Thursday, 31 December 2009 Comment Comments( 0 ) Hits Views(1950)
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