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top five

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Peter Squire, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. Ok folks

    we're firmly into 2005, so now is a good time to post your top five albums for 2004.


    1) Thunder, Lightening, Strike: The Go!Team
    2) Funeral: The Arcade Fire
    3) Scissor Sisters: Scissor Sisters
    4) Stramgers: Ed Harcourt
    5) Feedback: Rush

  2. pentexlovesme


    Mar 28, 2004
    I think he had a thread like this a while ago..and I believe I posted something like...

    1) Medeski, Martin and Wood-End of the World Party(Just in case)
    2) Ministry: Houses of the Mole
    3) Skinny Puppy: Greater Wrong of the Right
    4)Rammstein: Reise, Reise
    5)...(i'm drawing a blank of this one, but I'll probably come up with one later.)
  3. jazzbo


    Aug 25, 2000
    San Francisco, CA
    I'm unable to name 3 albums that were released in 2004.
  4. sorry if its been done, i did a search an no result, so.....
  5. fiery furnaces - blueberry boat
    brian wilson - smile
    iron and wine - our endless numbered days
    the streets - a grand don't come for free
    death from above 1979 - you're a woman, i'm a machine

    honorable mention to interpol - antics
  6. 1. Zao - The Funeral Of God
    2. Bad Religion - The Empire Strikes First
    3. My New Life - A Sad State Of Affairs
    4. Rise Against - Siren Song Of The Counter Culture

    Meh, I listed #4 cause it was the only thing I could think of. It's a pretty lame cd, especially compared to their last work.
  7. Against Will

    Against Will Supporting Member

    Dec 10, 2003
    Big Sound Central
    In no order, off the top of my head.

    -De La Soul "The Grind Date"
    -Madvillain "Madvillainy"
    -Thaione Davis "situation renaissance" (also #1 on the most slept on albums of 2004)
    -Comets On Fire "Blue Cathedral"
    -Black Eyes "Cough"

    Honorable Mention: Mclusky's "The Difference between Me and You is that I'm not on fire"

  8. And I thought I was the only Iron and Wine fan on this board...pretty good stuff to just veg out to.
  9. Against Will

    Against Will Supporting Member

    Dec 10, 2003
    Big Sound Central
    Iron & Wine is good stuff. I like both of the albums of his that I have, "The Creek Drank the Cradle" a little moreso.
  10. yay for iron and wine, the streets came close to me top 5 also.

    but, thaione davis? never heard of him/her/them

    what news?
  11. 1) Hellborg/Buckethead/Shrieve - "Octave of the Holy Innocents" (Reissue)
    2) Bjork - "Medula"
    3) Mike Watt -"The Secondman's Middle Stand"
    4) Antibalas - "Who Is This America?"
    5) CCBBB - "The Big Eyeball in the Sky"
  12. Against Will

    Against Will Supporting Member

    Dec 10, 2003
    Big Sound Central
    Thaione's (pronounced like Taiwan the country) a new cat from Chi-town. The Midwest has been largely ignored by mainstream hip-hop, the underground is giving it a little recognition to the Midwest, but the scene's in Chicago, Minneapolis and Michigan are definately the best-kept secrets of the underground. Typical Cats, Athletic Mic League, Molemen and Blueprint are all on the up and up,hopefully they're get their dues soon.

    Here are some T. Davis clips for your listening pleasure.

  13. #1: The Decemberists- The Tain
    #2: Tom Waits- Real Gone
    #3: Brian Wilson- Smile
    #4: Frog Eyes- Ego Scriptor
    #5: The Polyphonic Spree- Together We're Heavy