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My top ten albums to live by

A Listmania! list by "newbie65"
 
O
1.  O by Damien Rice
The list author says:
  "There is no order to these albums, but this work by Mr.Rice is a masterpiece. If you prefer the slightly 'heavier' side of him then his ep 'Women like a Man' is defiantely the way to go."
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Grace
2.  Grace by Jeff Buckley
The list author says:
  "This album is the one you listen to when your down and out and want to stay that way, actually moved me to tears on my first hearing, Jeff's version of Hallelujah is beautiful."
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Make Yourself: Special Tour Edition
3.  Make Yourself: Special Tour Edition by Incubus
The list author says:
  "If you haven't heard any Inubus to date this is where to start. This cd offers a great mixture of thier sounds and you can decide from there whether you want 'Morning view' or 'Science'."
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The Battle Of Los Angeles
4.  The Battle Of Los Angeles by Rage Against The Machine
The list author says:
  "I brought this album on a suggestion from a friend, it's fantastic. Their self titled album is a must have but in my opinion this is thier best."
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The Reason
5.  The Reason by Hoobastank
The list author says:
  "Hoobastank finally find their own sound on this album. Don't judge it based upon the released track 'the reason', as it is actually the weakest on the album by far."
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More Than You Think You Are
6.  More Than You Think You Are by Matchbox Twenty
The list author says:
  "Such a great mix of moods, although not to everyones taste. Well worth a shot if you have some extra cash laying around."
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Greatest Hits: Red Hot Chilli Peppers
7.  Greatest Hits: Red Hot Chilli Peppers by Red Hot Chili Peppers
The list author says:
  "Must have, especially if you don't own their back catalouge."
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Greatest Hits
8.  Greatest Hits by Lenny Kravitz
The list author says:
  "All the best tracks from Lenny, no reason to really own any of his other albums if you have this."
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The Story Of The Clash Volume 1
9.  The Story Of The Clash Volume 1 by The Clash
The list author says:
  "All their essentials. A great band, and the perfect cd if you feel theres a void in your collection."
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The Essential Collection: 25th Anniversary Edition
10.  The Essential Collection: 25th Anniversary Edition by Marc Bolan & T Rex
The list author says:
  "Marc Bolan is a legend. Don't be put off by some of the tracks being in adverts, they're still classics."
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