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Best Albums Ever (Sorry Yet Again)

A Listmania! list by "burgesstraders"
 
The Joshua Tree
1.  The Joshua Tree by U2
The list author says:
  "No 1, Joshua Tree, No other album can compare in terms of hit singles like With or Without You and Where the Streets have No Name, every song flows great into each other, a real masterpiece."
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Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness
2.  Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness by Smashing Pumpkins
The list author says:
  "No 2, Mellon Collie, Two discs, 28 songs, Corgan's Writing Skills are in fine form it features the metallic Zero and the gothic Bullet With Butterfly Wings. Buy it now, change your life."
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Aenima
3.  Aenima by Tool
The list author says:
  "No 3, Aenima, Tool's Finest hour, complex songs full of progression and shocking lyrics making every listen different. A revolution of Heavy Metal that can be reflective."
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Siamese Dream
4.  Siamese Dream by Smashing Pumpkins
The list author says:
  "No 4, Siamese Dream, The commercial stepping stone for the Pumpkins in an album that really shows what Generation-X was all about in the 90's"
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Rage Against The Machine
5.  Rage Against The Machine by Rage Against The Machine
The list author says:
  "No 5, Rage Against the Machine, Any built up aggression should be dealt with while listening to this political statement of music, proving that rap and metal can fuse together."
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... And Justice For All
6.  ... And Justice For All by Metallica
The list author says:
  "No 6, And Justice for All, An underestimated album featuring the haunting one - a story about the truth of conflict and war, a real rough diamond of an album."
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OK Computer
7.  OK Computer by Radiohead
The list author says:
  "No 7, OK Computer, Radiohead did away with the Guitars with amazing affect, again another example of an album where every song merges into the other."
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Ten
8.  Ten by Pearl Jam
The list author says:
  "No 8, Ten, Pearl Jam never got better than this, but they didn’t have to, such passion written into every song will want to make you shout along all the words."
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Appetite For Destruction
9.  Appetite For Destruction by Guns N' Roses
The list author says:
  "No 9, Appetite for Destruction, Love or hate them you can't deny this is pure classic rock. Slash’s Guitar riffs are legend as are Rose’s stage antics."
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Metallica
10.  Metallica by Metallica
The list author says:
  "No 10,  Metallica or the Black Album, Sad but true this is not a fan’s favourite and properly killed Metallica or was that Napster, who cares! Darn good music. Too much production?"
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Achtung Baby
11.  Achtung Baby by U2
The list author says:
  "No 11, Achtung Baby, they went away to re-live the dream and came back with an album that could be compared to Joshua Tree."
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Nevermind
12.  Nevermind by Nirvana
The list author says:
  "No 12, Nevermind, Changed modern music? Could have been the release of this album or perhaps just the death of Kurt Cobain. Shame we will never know."
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Dirt
13.  Dirt by Alice In Chains
The list author says:
  "No 13, Dirt, Part of the Seattle revolution of the early 90’s Alice in Chains showed that grudge music can have melody, best song has to be Rooster or Would?"
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Issues
14.  Issues by Korn
The list author says:
  "No 14, Issues, Fred Durst has given this band a bad name, still no-one can deny John Davies dark talent of song-writing. Are you Readyyyy????"
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War
15.  War by U2
The list author says:
  "No 15, War, This is not a rebel song, it’s a rebel’s album. U2 got political in 83 with their mainstream hit Sunday Bloody Sunday the opening track for this thunderous album."
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Make Yourself: Special Tour Edition
16.  Make Yourself: Special Tour Edition by Incubus
The list author says:
  "No 16, Make Yourself, Drive brought incubus into my attention and this album deserves your respect."
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The Downward Spiral
17.  The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails
The list author says:
  "No 17,  The Downward Spiral, everyone who’s watched MTV in the last ten years must of seen or heard or the Closer video, amazing. End track Hurt is a classic."
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International Superhits! Parental Advisory [Explicit Lyrics]
18.  International Superhits! Parental Advisory [Explicit Lyrics] by Green Day
The list author says:
  "No 18, International Superhits, I’m not a Green Day or Greatest Hits fan, but every song on this record is so addictive it’s worth anyone’s money."
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Adrenaline
19.  Adrenaline by Deftones
The list author says:
  "No 19, Adrenaline, Rough and ready describes this album best as you’re eased in by the track Bored and then hurled about by the tracks 7 words and Root."
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The Colour And The Shape
20.  The Colour And The Shape by Foo Fighters
The list author says:
  "No 20, The Colour and the Shape, Rubbish title, but one rockin’ album who says drummers have no musical talent. Check out the video for Everlong, really funny."
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Is This It?
21.  Is This It? by The Strokes
The list author says:
  "Only joking! This is tripe. Would never had sold at all if all them music critics weren’t brown nosing them. Rich boys trying their hand at rock, do me a favour."
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