Albums of the Noughties - the last ten

TOP FIFTY ALBUMS OF THE NOUGHTIES – THE LAST TEN

 

Phew, we got there, and guess what, they are still in no particular order, so:

 

Voivod “Voivod”- intelligent, heavy/thrash rock with a certain Mr.Belanger on vocals and Jason Newsted (ex-Metallica) on bass.

The Strokes “Is This It”

Arcade Fire “Funeral”

Martyn Bennett “Dirt”- pure genius from a Scot who is no longer with us

Porcupine Tree “Nil Recurring” – four tracks, that’s all they need.

Bill Frisell “East West”- not just one of the best albums of the decade, one of the best jazz albums ever

Tori Amos “Scarlet’s Walk”- “A Sorta Fairy Tale”, “Amber Waves” and the eeriness of “I Can’t See New York”, sublime

Miles Davis “Munich Concert”-Miles is gone, but his genius lives on, in this new, 3-disc, live set

Kasabian “West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum” – I got to get a shaped beard like that

Coldplay “Vide La Vida”

By: Ian Hunter On Thursday, 31 December 2009 Comment Comments( 0 ) Hits Views(2995)
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