Imposing my own personal list conditions for myself: each artist is allowed only one album. No collections or 'best ofs' count. The album must be truly exceptional, IMO.
That way I stand a chance of producing a somewhat short list ;D
The list in in no particular order, as they are all exceptional albums.
Elliot's Best Albums Of The Noughties:
Fearless Platinum Edition by Taylor Swift Wonderland by Faryl Smith Rockferry Deluxe by Duffy Whatever Happened To Romance by Victoria Hart Gloriana by Gloriana The Liberty of Norton Folgate by Madness Let Go by Avril Lavigne In Blue by The Corrs Permission To Land by The Darkness Noise From The Baement by Skye Sweetnam Unia by Sonata Arctica Passione by Paul Potts Inside The Hollow by Lillix World Upside Down by House Of Lords Wreck Of The Day by Anna Nalick Hayley Sings Japanese Songs by Hayley Westenra
I had quite a few favorite albums this decade. These are the ones that consistently moved me or impressed me, that never lost their replay value and power.
Ashes Against the Grain & The White by Agalloch With Oden on Our Side by Amon Amarth Nightmares Made Flesh by Bloodbath Eclipse by Amorphis Wages of Sin by Arch Enemy Clayman by In Flames Lemuria/Sirius B & Secret of the Runes by Therion The Human Equation by Ayreon Origin by Borknagar From These Wounds by Funeral Sleepy Buildings (A Semi-Acoustic Evening) by The Gathering Light of Day, Day of Darkness by Green Carnation Until We Felt Red by Kaki King Black Brick Road by Lake of Tears Leviathan by Mastodon The Dreadful Hours by My Dying Bride Blackwater Park, Deliverance/Damnation, Ghost Reveries by Opeth In Absentia & Deadwing by Porcupine Tree
Post by Konrad Flameheart on Apr 16, 2010 17:53:40 GMT
OK here goes...I'm sure i've missed a load but these came to mind.
Have A Nice Day - Bon Jovi Permission to Land - The Darkness Bat Out OF Hell III (The Monsters Loose) - Meatloaf Fearless - Taylor Swift The Fallen - Evanescence Black Ice - ACDC All The Right Reasons - Nickleback