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April 8, 2010, at 12:03 pm — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / /

Heavy Rotation

Our favorite things?! Really, Jungle-higher-ups? Do you fully understand the risk of making that the theme on the site for a week while you have an obsessive music nerd on your blogging staff? If I wasn’t being restrained by a busy final semester of college, this could have been a disaster. The true weight of my love for sonic expression could have come crashing down on the internet, birthing countless lists of incredible length about unnecessarily specific aspects could have overloaded the Jungle’s servers resulting in a total crash. Luckily, this is indeed a crazy-busy time, so I will limit myself to a more concise post. Whew… that was a close one.

Attempts at comedy aside, I’ve prepared a list of my favorite albums. However, I find it 100% impossible to actually rate these on a numbered scale or anything similar. I can force myself to give numbers to favorite album of the year lists, but without the year restriction, I would just toil endlessly over the numbers and waste my life away. However, I did limit myself to one album per artist, which was tough. So in no particular order, here are some of my favorite records!

– “Abbey Road” by the Beatles (1969)

– “OK Computer” by Radiohead (1997)

– “The Central Park Concert” by Dave Matthews Band (2003)

– “The Shepherd’s Dog” by Iron & Wine (2007)

– “The Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd (1973)

– “Fleet Foxes” by Fleet Foxes (2008)

– “Morning View” by Incubus (2001)

– “Music from the motion picture Road to Perdition” by Thomas Newman (2002)

– “The Moon and Antarctica”  by Modest Mouse (2000)

– “Till the Sun Turns Black” by Ray LaMontagne (2006)

– “Game Theory” by The Roots (2006)

– “Cruel Sun” by Rusted Root (1992)

– “Veckatimest” by Grizzly Bear (2009)

– “Modern Mistakes” by Almost Free (2009)

– “Are You Experienced?” by Jimi Hendrix Experience (1967)

– “Weezer (the Blue Album)” by Weezer (1994)

– “Z” by My Morning Jacket (2005)

– “Whatever & Ever Amen” by Ben Folds Five (1997)

– “Watch the Rain EP” by Changes (self-produced, 2005)

– “Thickfreakness” by the Black Keys (2003)

– “Music from the motion picture Signs” by James Newton Howard (2002)

– “Merriweather Post Pavilion” by Animal Collective (2009)

– “The Flying Club Cup” by Beirut (2007)

– “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots” by the Flaming Lips (2002)

PS: this would be a fun post to have lots of comments/discussion on! What do you agree with, and/or what do you think I’m way off on? Don’t be shy, Jungle people.

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