10 albums I couldn't do without

A Listmania! list by Amazon Customer "gianthair"
 
Rage Against The Machine
1.  Rage Against The Machine by Rage Against The Machine
The list author says:
  "Rage's finest work. Though 'Renegades' was an excellent bow out and 'Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium' is great even if the fire had gone a little from Zack de la Rocha's eyes."
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Weezer (The Blue Album)
2.  Weezer (The Blue Album) by Weezer
The list author says:
  "Weezer have been consistently an amazing band. Their Cali rock reminds me of sunny days with nothing preying on my mind to stress me out."
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Pet Sounds [2000 Re-issue]
3.  Pet Sounds [2000 Re-issue] by The Beach Boys
The list author says:
  "Talking of that Cali sound.... A fantastic band. The sounds are original to this day. Their best work. Although if 'Smile' had ever been finished, who knows, history might have been different."
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1967-1970 : The Blue Album
4.  1967-1970 : The Blue Album by The Beatles
The list author says:
  "IMHO Rivers Cuomo, Zack De La Rocha and Tom Morello rank alongside Brian Wilson and John Lennon. Put a genius like Lennon with talents like Mcartney and Harrison and this is what you get......."
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1962-1966 : The Red Album
5.  1962-1966 : The Red Album by The Beatles
The list author says:
  "I hate compilations but you can only really be excused not owning these two albums if you own the entire Beatles back catalogue. I do not."
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Nevermind
6.  Nevermind by Nirvana
The list author says:
  "An album about life - and one so beautifully written because it lacks pretentious psychoanalysis. It's about things happening, not about people sitting around wondering about repercussions."
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The Colour And The Shape
7.  The Colour And The Shape by Foo Fighters
The list author says:
  "From the dead back to the living. If the tragedy that was Kurt Cobain's death had not occurred, we would not have had this album. As with the others here, every track is perfect. A small silver lining"
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Definitely Maybe
8.  Definitely Maybe by Oasis
The list author says:
  "I'm told 'Heathen Chemistry' is something of a return to form for Oasis. Looking back though, their albums after this one are mediocre. This still travels with me and is as fresh and raw as ever."
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Pablo Honey
9.  Pablo Honey by Radiohead
The list author says:
  "The Bends' older brother might not hold as many anthems but it's not as heavily produced either. It also has a better fluidity of ideas as it's years 'till Thom Yorke will disappear up his own bum"
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Siamese Dream
10.  Siamese Dream by Smashing Pumpkins
The list author says:
  "The 'Pumpkins at their finest. There was more good to come but it was never quite of such a consistent quality as this."
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