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Old 02-22-2010, 02:14 PM   #55
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Re: CRF2 Best of the 00s Poll: Rules & Voting Thread

Woo, a lot of variety on these lists.
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Shit, just realized this must be in on Monday...


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1. Radiohead – Kid A
2. The Avalanches – Since I Left You
3. Broken Social Scene - You Forgot it in People
4. Panda Bear – Person Pitch
5. Madvillain - Madvilliany
6. Joanna Newsom - Ys
7. Animal Collective - Feels
8. The Microphones - The Glow, Pt. 2
9. The National - Alligator
10. Clinic – Internal Wrangler

11. The Fiery Furnaces - Blueberry Boat
12. The Streets - Original Pirate Material
13. Radiohead - Amnesiac
14. The Strokes - Is This It?
15. Deerhunter – Microcastle
16. Arcade Fire - Funeral
17. Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam
18. M.I.A. - Kala
19. Outkast - Stankonia
20. The Knife - Silent Shout

21. The Libertines - Up the Bracket
22. St. Vincent - Actor
23. Fuck Buttons - Tarot Sport
24. Portishead – Third
25. The Go! Team - Thunder, Lightning, Strike
26. Exploding Hearts - Guitar Romantic
27. Antony & the Johnsons - I am a Bird Now
28. Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
29. Beck - Sea Change
30. Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights

31. Radiohead - In Rainbows
32. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver
33. TV on the Radio - Dear Science,
34. Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
35. Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion
36. Bjork - Vespertine
37. Yo La Tengo - And Then Everything Turned Itself Inside Out
38. The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
39. Vampire Weekend – Vampire Weekend
40. Deerhoof – Friend Opportunity

41. Hot Chip - The Warning
42. Boards of Canada - Geogaddi
43. Daft Punk - Discovery
44. M83 - Saturdays=Youth
45. The Fiery Furnaces - Widow City
46. The Notwist - Neon Golden
47. Primal Scream - XTRMNTR
48. The Streets - A Grand Don't Come For Free
49. Spiritualized - Let it Come Down
50. Kanye West - Late Registration

51. Belle & Sebastian - Dear Catastrophe Waitress
52. Franz Ferdinand – Franz Ferdinand
53. Battles - Mirrored
54. The Bug – London Zoo
55. The Field - From Here We Go to Sublime
56. Burial - Untrue
57. Jay-Z - The Blueprint
58. The Twilight Sad – Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters
59. ...And You Will Know us by the Trail of Dead – Source Tags & Codes
60. Feist - The Reminder

61. Dizzee Rascal - Boy in da Corner
62. Super Furry Animals - Rings Around the World
63. Justice - †
64. mclusky - mclusky Do Dallas
65. Sufjan Stevens - Illnois
66. Ghostface Killah - Fishscale
67. Belle & Sebastian - The Life Persuit
68. Mogwai - Happy Songs For Happy People
69. Sonic Youth - Murray Street
70. Four Tet - Rounds

71. A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Scribble Mural Comic Journal
72. Fuck Buttons – Street Horrrsing
73. Dan Deacon - Spiderman of the Rings
74. M.I.A. - Arular
75. The Decemberists - Her Majesty the Decemberists
76. The Clientele - Suburban Lights
77. Cam'Ron Purple Haze
78. Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
79. Sigur Ros - ()
80. The National – Boxer

81. Kanye West - Graduation
82. The White Stripes – White Blood Cells
83. J Dilla - Donuts
84. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell
85. Lil Wayne – Tha Carter III
86. Liars – Drum’s Not Dead
87. Bat For Lashes – Two Suns
88. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Abattoir Blues/Lyre of Orpheus
89. Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele
90. The Long Blondes - Someone to Drive You Home

91. Hercules & Love Affair – Hercules & Love Affair
92. Deerhoof - Apple O'
93. Spiritualized – Songs in A&E
94. Antony & the Johnsons - The Crying Light
95. Broadcast - HaHa Sound
96. Frightened Rabbit – The Midnight Organ Fight
97. Dirty Projectors - Bitte Orca
98. M83 – Before the Dawn Heals Us
99. EL-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead
100. Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out of This Country
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First of all, Sister Ray - What's for Dinner made your list that high? A bold choice, indeed! I think it's pretty damned awesome too, but it's not on my list, sadly. Anyway, I'm just going to copy and paste a list of my top 25 I did for someone else. Fair warning - Everything I listen to is crap and it all sounds the same. I know this, and I don't care. Hope it's at least entertaining, and at most that the HTML works on this forum, too.

OK, so it took me awhile to get to this. For me, the top five was really easy, but the follow up was tough. There’s a lot of fantastic stuff I left off my list. No Drive By Truckers? No Neko Case or New Pornographers? No Bob Dylan (what’s the matter with this guy?). Nope, this is just the stuff I liked the most. Stuff that I still play and play often. So, starting from the bottom, if you’re gonna be around here, you’re gonna hear some of these at some point. I guarantee it. I used Teiz’s rules of no Greatest Hits, no reissues and you only get one album on the list. Otherwise, we’d be talking about how great Lucero and The Dexateens are quite a bit!

25. Mr. Airplane Man – C’mon DJ (2004). Two girls that take their name from a Howlin’ Wolf song. What couldn’t be great about it? They’re understated, unpretentious and their originals complement their cover choices perfectly. No virtuoso’s, no paparazzi or all star friends. Just two girls mixing up blues and rock perfectly.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Sun’s Going Down</b></a>

24. The Forty-Fives – High Life High Volume (2004). Singer Bryan Malone has the perfect voice for loud, brash garage rocking. The rest of the band is more than adept at loud, brash garage rocking, so this is a perfect coupling. I’m sure people in Atlanta, where The Forty-Fives are from, can make all kinds of noisy garage rock, but on this album the band went up to Detroit and got Jim Diamond to produce their record. If you want to rock a garage, the smartest thing you could ever do is get someone from Detroit to make sure you’re getting it right. Added bonus, possibly the coolest cover of the decade.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Superpill</b></a>

23. Buffalo Killers (2006). Cincinnati has some cool bands, and The Buffalo Killers are one of the coolest. Zach and Andrew Gabbard know what makes for a heavy, rocking time in the Midwest, and while they don’t push rock into new places, they know where all the good stuff is kept, and they know what makes a “classic” song classic. They’d have been my favorite band in 1975. As it is, I can listen to this all day, and it’s not nostalgic, it’s just great.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>SS Nowhere</b></a>

22. The Trainwreck Riders – Lonely Road Revival (2006). I have no idea where I heard of these guys, but I’m glad I did. They’re from San Francisco, and this is their first album. It’s sort of Rockabilly Folk Punk but it’s not a real In Your FACE kind of affair. I just find that when I listen to it, I listen to if for days on end. The guitar playing and drumming are perfect for their sound, and I really can’t get enough of them.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Slow Motion Cowboy</b></a>

21. Dirtbombs – Dangerous Magical Noise (2003). Another Jim Diamond production. Detroit’s Mick Collins is one of my all time favorite rockers, and this album is everything that’s good about Rock N’ Roll all put down in one place. If I could dance, I’d dance to this. Actually, when I’m home I do have some kind of spasms while I listen, but I don’t think anyone would mistake it for dancing. I try, though!

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Motor City Baby</b></a>

20. Steely Dan – Two Against Nature (2000). I have always loved Steely Dan, much to the chagrin of my Punk Rock brother. I just like the fact that they do their best to sound great, and they’re lyrics are often somewhat depraved. This record came twenty years after Gaucho, so believe me, while I couldn’t wait for it to come out, I had really high expectations. This album met them all. It’s funny, the music is great and it always sounds fresh.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Jack of Speed</b></a>

19. Coffinberry – God Dam Dogs (2007). These guys are one of Cleveland’s best kept secrets. When I got this, it was one of those days at the store where I bought a lot of music, and this one kind of sat on the shelf for a month or two. Then I took it with me, and I’m pretty sure I played it every day for two months. <i>Bombs and Palm Trees</i> just gets under my skin, but really, the whole album just blasts away with guitars full force. What could be better?

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Welcome to Hell</b></a>

18. Radio Moscow (2007). Parker Griggs handed Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys a demo tape, and Dan wound up producing his album. Who knew classic power trio bands could exist in Ames Iowa? Actually, Parker plays drums and guitar (the drum solo on their second album is the only reason that’s not on this list), and he’s terrific at both. These are blues rock wailers, following a long line of the Midwest’s favorites, like Rory Gallagher or Cream. I love this.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Mistreating Queen</b></a>

17. Boston Spaceships – The Planets Are Blasted (2009). I still haven’t checked out Guided By Voices, Robert Pollard’s old band, but Boston Spaceships is fantastic. Some of these songs are positively epic, but there’s never too much of anything. The lyrics are weird, there’s strings that punch in at just the right moment and the drums are loud. Now I have to find out where to dive in on some GBV stuff.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Headache Revolution</b></a>

16. Rocket From the Tombs – Rocket Redux (2004). Yeah, so this is really an old band that spawned Pere Ubu and The Dead Boys, but they finally got back together and recorded these amazing songs with Richard Lloyd taking Peter Laughner’s place. This is Punk Rock circa 1975, Cleveland style and there really wasn’t anything quite like it back then, though a lot of bands do this kind of music today. This is hard, loud music at its absolute best.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>30 Seconds Over Tokyo</b></a>

15. Two Cow Garage III (2007). These guys hail from Columbus, OH. They have that Americana, alt country kind of vibe, but they can really bring the rock and the lyrics are generally smarter than most (<i>There’s a guitar that’s hangin’ on my wall, the instrument of my ultimate downfall</i>). I don’t know why these guys aren’t super huge, but then again, I have no idea what you people are thinking when you buy music anyway.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>No Shame and Oh Darling</b></a>

14. Harvey Danger – King James Version (2000). I love these guys. I think their look and Sean C Nelson’s skewed sarcasm put some people off, plus the fact that the Grunge kiddies didn’t think these guys were quite hard and heavy enough kind of kept them from getting really popular. But I think they’re funny (something sorely lacking in a lot of music), and they’re catchy as hell. Nelson’s lyrics are smart and Jeff Lin’s guitar playing should make any Pixies fan happy.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Sad Sweetheart of the Rodeo</b></a>

13. Joe Strummer and the Mescaleroes – Streetcore (2003). I still find it hard to believe that Joe Strummer is dead, but he left us with the best album outside of The Clash any former member made, and an album that’s as good as most Clash albums. His version of <i>Redemption Song</i> sounds like he wrote the damned thing. What a great final statement.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Redemption Song</b></a>

12. Kings of Leon – Aha Shake Heartbreak (2005). I loved their first album, and the first time I heard this, I thought “How jaded can people so young get in such a short time?” But then I started digging in a little deeper and this has easily become my favorite album by KOL. I think it’s always been about success for them, in a way, but they’ve also made some great songs along the way. Their sound got bigger and more polished after this record, but they really made a great American Rock N’ Roll record here. I really love their drummer.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>The Bucket</b></a>

11. Ladyhawk – Shots (2008). My list gets hard from here on out. I love Ladyhawk and I hate that no one seems to know or care that they’re so great. Every song is awesome and you’re missing out. Yeah. That’s right. I said it.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Fear</b></a>

10. Deadly Snakes – Ode to Joy (2003). This is just a fun album. It’s like someone took a Rock band, stuck the guitars, drums, organ and people in a blender and whipped it up into pure craziness full of hand claps and sing-along vocals. It may be a little too much for some people, but those people are really just not enough for me.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>I Can’t Sleep at Night</b></a>

9. The Izzys (2004). I’m pretty sure I thought 2004 was one of the best years in Rock ever, and this album was a constant for me. If The Rolling Stones would make an album half this good, I’d be the happiest person on the planet. The Izzys are loose and tight at the same time the way The Stones can be when everything’s going right. These guys add some good old American twang to that Stonesy sound, and I can never get enough of them. Couldn’t find a video from the first album, so this one will serve as a nice introductory to their last full length.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Dead Man</b></a>

8. The Bloody Hollies – If Footmen Tire You (2004). The Bloody Hollies never fuck around. There’s no tender ballads, no attempts at authentic blues or reggae and no channeling Hank Williams. The Bloody Hollies are the musical equivalent of getting punched in the stomach. In a good way, of course!

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Watch Your Head</b></a>

7. The Black Keys – Rubber Factory (2004). Akron, Ohio’s favorite sons, for good reason. The Keys lay down the gritty blues rock that this area never tires of, and they do with style and class. Most bands smell success and move to the coast almost immediately, but The Black Keys are still here, and they’ve got friends. The music scene here rocks hard, and The Black Keys are probably <i>the</i> driving force behind it. Rubber Factory is the best of their albums, but they’re all excellent.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>10 AM Automatic</b></a>

6. The Reigning Sound – Time Bomb High School (2002). Greg Cartwright is trying to save your soul with Rock N’ Roll. Just give in and let him, already!

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Straight Shooter</b></a>

5. Paul Westerberg – Stereo (Mono) (2002). I put it like this because the odds of getting Grandpaboy’s Mono on it’s own are kind of slim. You should be able to find a copy of Stereo, which included the disk by Westerberg’s alter ego, Grandpaboy. Mono is everything I like about Paul. The songs are rough edged, the lyrics personal enough to almost always feel like they’re about what’s going on in my life, and the guitars just sound super. The Stereo album is quieter and has some stops and starts that a newcomer might find jarring, but Mono is just eleven tight songs.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Let’s Not Belong Together</b></a>

4. The Exploding Hearts – Guitar Romantic (2002). I had never heard of these guys until after they were gone (it’s a sad story, you can look it up). I just stumbled across the cd, and the pink, black and yellow cover just made me say, “If you’re gonna try to act all 1977, you either pull it off amazingly or this could be the funniest train wreck ever.” It turned out to be the kind of album I can’t get enough of. They’re somewhere between The Raspberries and The Dead Boys, and somehow they make that really work. If you don’t have this, you’re really missing out on something special.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>2nd to Last Show Clip</b></a>

3. The Dexateens – Red Dust Rising (2005). Man, I love The Dexateens. They put a Dexawhoopin’ on everyone that comes to see their shows, and where it would be easy to just call them a Southern Rock band, they’re a lot more than just that. Their songs tackle issues like racism and small town vs. Big City life and they never seem out of their league, but none of their albums sounds the same as the last. What really amazes me is that all their songs seem so well put together. Like they’ve just always been there, but they were just waiting for you to find them. I can’t say enough good things about this album or the band. Go see them – you will love every second!

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Pine Belt Blues</b></a>

2. Lucero – Tennessee (2002). These guys have been my favorite band of the decade, for sure. All their albums are really good, especially the last couple, but this one is just such a moody, terrific piece. <i>Here at the Starlite</i> is my favorite song by them (I was floored when I actually saw them play it once), but everything on this album just seems to set the next song up perfectly. It’s a long album, which is a problem Lucero has sometimes where the song seems to go on one verse too many once in awhile, but everything here clicks in nice and slow. Hell, for a slow album like that to get this high in my list (look at the racket most of these bands are making!), it’s got to be good. Tennessee delivers the goods.

<a href=
target=_blank><b>Sweet Little Thing</b></a>

1. Sleater-Kinney – The Woods (2005). This is the album that separates the girls from the boys. Nothing that came out in this decade is even in the same league as The Woods. I had Dig Me Out and I could get past some of the screechy Sleater-Kinney vocals of Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein because the guitars sound great, and Janet Weiss’ drumming is just so rock solid. But when The Woods came out, I had been reading about how it was their hardest hitting album and that Dave Fridmann (producer) had really pushed Carrie’s playing hard and that he just expected more from her and that it was really the kind of production that left everyone exhausted by the time it was done. I had to check it out, at the very least. The album is considerably harder and heavier than other Sleater-Kinney albums, but they keep the lyrical themes pretty similar. Suicide, consumerism and entertainment all get mentions, but what makes this album the best are the guitars and absolutely massive drums.

Usually, the boys are the ones that rock the hardest, but not this decade. It’s not even close. Sleater-Kinney wins this one on a knockout.

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Ok let's do it.

1. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven
2. A Silver Mt Zion - He Has Left Us Alone...
3. Muse - Absolution
4. Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
5. Sigur Rs - Takk...
6. A Silver Mt Zion - This Is Our Punk Rock
7. Mono - Under the Pipal Tree
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9. Hope of the States - The Slow Riots
10. Hrsta - Stem Stem in Electro

11. Kwoon - When the Flowers Were Singing
12. Arcade Fire - Funeral
13. Sebastien Schuller - Happiness
14. Goldfrapp - Felt Mountain
15. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Yanqui U.X.O.
16. Mogwai - Rock Action
17. Kwoon - I Lived on the Moon
18. Explosions in the Sky - Those Who Tell The Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell The Truth Shall Live Forever
19. Jane's Addiction - Strays

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21. The White Stripes - White Blood Cells
22. Explosions in the Sky - The Earth is not a Dead Cold Place
23. Mono - One Step More And You Die
24. Denali - The Instinct
25. Archive - You All Look the Same to Me
26. Ten Years After - Now
27. Carina Round - The Disconnection
28. Craig Armstrong - As if to Nothing
29. Yann Tiersen - Les Retrouvailles
30. Elizabeth Anka Vajagic - Stand with the Stillness of this Day


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First of all, Sister Ray - What's for Dinner made your list that high? A bold choice, indeed! I think it's pretty damned awesome too, but it's not on my list, sadly.


It's been on heavy rotation with me lately so I think that's why it ranked so high. The King Khan & BBQ Show are two strange dudes but I dig it. A cool mix of doo-wop meets VU/ The Cramps/ Black Flag.

I'd post a link to "Too Much In Love" a fave... but a possibly offensive picture shows on youtube with that one.

Here's their myspace if anyone is interested http://www.myspace.com/thekingkhanbbqshow

Enjoyed reading your list, Spridle

I think the 90's are up next... that one's gonna be tough.
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Cracking list that, Marnie. Lots of post-rock/ambient stuff, which is fantastic by the way
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Marny, F#A#(infinity) and Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada were both released in the 90's.
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Great list Sprindle, some stuff on there that I need to get familiar with judging from your comments. Love the high placements for The Exploding Hearts, Reigning Sound, Lucero and Paul Westerberg.
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If I counted correctly while scrolling through the thread we've got 20 lists here... hopefully we'll get some more but I kinda doubt it. I'm willing to bet that most posters here could pull together a top 10 from the '00s but I guess people aren't interested...

Mine's coming later tonight...
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1. Suggestions in French - The Allied Beast Connection
2. Wally Teague - Blessed are the Ignorant
3. Boxes of Chemicals - Tongue Suppressants
4. In the Exit - Covered in Pudding
5. Whale Stories - The Phillies
6. I Met Sam - The Dental Mentalists
7. 18-3/4+22 - dumbsponge
8. Eagle Sniff - What time is in it Toronto?
9. Leaving - Timerotica
10. Alien Capsule - Wine Garden
11. Eleven Minutes to Nine - Silver Digger
12. What Happened - Frogmen From Uranus
13. Syllables in Rain - Teethes
14. Stabbing - Flakenuts
15. Culture Cliff - Eighteen Babies
16. Bruised Left Shin - The Counter Vulture
17. Steve Gravy - Loversteam
18. Night Castle - St. Humphrey
19. Bitter Beer - The Gay Boys
20. Bowling for Chocolate - Drunker Than You
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ok, I just made those up.
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ok, I just made those up.
I was just thinking, which ones are the titles and which ones are the band names.
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1. Sleater-Kinney The Woods (2005).
I've got One Beat higher, but it's great to see the girls getting some love. They are a criminally underated band.
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