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Max A Cubberley "maxcubberley"
 
Splinter
Splinter
"My all time favourite album.  Moody and dark.  Standout track "Lightning Field"""
Lateralus
Lateralus
"Immense, roaring, intelligent metal.  Look out for "The Grudge""
Mutations
Mutations
"Beck's best of a good bunch. Finger snapping alt-folk of quality."
Golden Greats
Golden Greats
"Ian Brown's best effort mixes indie grunge with electronic beats and bass. Funksome."
Experience Hendrix - The Best of Jimi Hendrix
Experience Hendrix - The Best of Jimi Hendrix
"Simply put, one of the finest collections of songs around. A classic."
Urban Hymns
Urban Hymns
"The sound of a generation, of an era. Full of attitude but completely heartbreaking, the Verve need no introduction"
Master Of Puppets
Master Of Puppets
"The most rifftastic of Metallica's albums, tunes like Sanitarium and Disposable Heroes could endanger your speakers."
The Best Of David Bowie 1969/1974
The Best Of David Bowie 1969/1974
"Second only to Hendrix in all-round brilliance.  This is Bowie before his material went a bit patchy."
Six
Six
"Pompous, incomprehensible and utterly brilliant indie madness. Goes off the rails at times but "Six" and "Cancer" make it worth the effort."
Insides (Version 2)
Insides (Version 2)
"Orbital's most atmospheric album, cinematic in scope and very evocative ambient dance music."
Darkest Days
Darkest Days
"Some great riffs, coupled with delicate but dangerous vocals make this album shine.  Shame about the rest of Stabbing Westward's catalogue then."
S & M
S & M
"Ambitious (sometimes overly so) Metallica vs San Fran Philarmonic Live album. A great overall experience."
Lovely Day: The Best of Bill Withers
Lovely Day: The Best of Bill Withers
"The unsung hero of soul and funk has written some of the best tunes of the seventies, gathered here."
Regular Urban Survivors
Regular Urban Survivors
"Great to do the washing up to, Terrorvision have written some of the most poptastic rock tunes around.  Guaranteed to have you singing."
All Follow Everyone
All Follow Everyone
"A delight of acoustic guitar, swirling strings and dirty beats.  Spooky and atmospheric chill-out fare."
Becoming X
Becoming X
"The first CD I ever bought bears up well despite its age.  A seminal trip-hop album."
Endtroducing.....
Endtroducing.....
"A work of genius, Shadow has never scaled these heights since.  Groundbreaking cuts and breaks."
John Barry - The Collection - 40 Years of Film Music
John Barry - The Collection - 40 Years of Film Music
"The master of cinema is well represented in this collection. His versatility is attested to by such works as "Zulu", "The Ipcress File" and "The Pretenders""
Lapalco
Lapalco
"White Stripes, Schmite Bites.  Brendan Benson wipes the floor with 'em. College rock at its best."
Exciter
Exciter
"Depeche Mode's last album is their best. Squelchy, dark and slightly disturbed this sees Gahan and Gore on top form."
Music For The Jilted Generation
Music For The Jilted Generation
"The best album to come from the days of rave, the Prodigy succesfully make a hybrid rock-dance monster."
Vegas
Vegas
"The Crystal Method make great club tunes.  Tracks like "Busy Child" and "Keep Hope Alive" show the duo at their best."
Wild Wood
Wild Wood
"Paul Weller has produced many fine works but this is my favourite.  Perfect for a Sunday afternoon singalong."
Spawn The Album
Spawn The Album
"The soundtrack to Spawn is much better than the film.  Each track is a metal-techno monster, all specially created for the soundtrack."
Melody A.M.
Melody A.M.
"The last entry goes to Royksopp for making the best chill-out album of the year.  Overplayed now but still contains some gems and Erland Oye's tracks in particular stand out."