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50 Unsung Classics of the 2000s (Pt. 2)
hotchkiss
hotchkiss
2/22/2010 01:09 PM

The Everybodyfields - Nothing Is Okay Is amazing!

Caught some of their set at High Sierra and found that album in the discount section a few weeks later. Absolutely wonderful!

manlejo
manlejo
2/23/2010 12:04 AM

The Moondoggies - Don't be a Stranger

Boot stompin' rock and roll from Seattle. Love it. Myspace 'em.

CrazyleggedDuff
CrazyleggedDuff
2/23/2010 12:07 PM

Explosions In The Sky

Comets on Fire

Blood Brothers

Hairy Apes BMX

.... All great albums

I really need to check a lot of these others out!

Thanks for the suggestions

jgtwentysix
jgtwentysix
2/25/2010 02:05 AM

as I did with part 1, I went through all these picks. My biggest complaint (besides most of these albums sucking) is that some of the good bands went downhill after the mentioned albums either for personnel or direction reasons. Some of these albums are really bad though; I don't even get how they could be put on a "good music" list. I love album reviews but how can I really take anything these guys says seriously when they describe Apollo Sunshine as "God's own psychedelic ragtime rock band." Apollo Sunshine is f'ing awful. Absolutely horrible. I don't understand how anyone could listen to them for more than 2 seconds and think they were good, let alone putting them on an all-time decade list. It pretty much proves that I have better taste in music than people that get paid to review it and that sucks.

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scottebruce
scottebruce
2/25/2010 07:02 AM

^^^^^^

I agree with you, and that is why I added my own list........

hotchkiss
hotchkiss
2/25/2010 07:04 AM

I'm just going out on a limb here, but are you a tea leaf green fan and or moe. fan? you sound like one.

cberry
cberry
3/7/2010 01:00 PM

Cool..but Comets on Fire are from Santa Cruz...not Oakland

danimal2
danimal2
11/15/2010 09:04 AM

If you saw apollo sunshine live you would understand

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