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Best Albums from my college years

Mr. S. C. Burge "deleted_dvds"
 
Levelling The Land
Levelling The Land
"Without shadow of a doubt, the best album ever. Period. Every track is beautiful and still touches me 15 years after first hearing it"
Copper Blue
Copper Blue
"Bob Mould's relentless indie rock comeback is an assault on the senses. Combining haunting pop melodies intertwined with moody guitar riffs. An absolute must have."
D-FENSE
D-FENSE
"A beautiful collection of simple, soft poppy melodies that are a joy to listen to. 'Slackjawed' and 'Eyes on the Ground' are unbeatable"
Magic Bullets
Magic Bullets
"It's almost a disgrace that this band never made it big. All the tracks on this album are superb. Your life would not be complete unless you have it."
Grand Prix
Grand Prix
"Teenage Fanclub are THE most underated band in the world. This album deserves national recognition as every track is an all out winner."
Troublegum
Troublegum
"Ah! Therapy? A fantastic band live, this album was the band's first attempt at going mainstream. They didn't disappoint."
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
"Everyone secretly loves 'Iron Maiden'. This album is without question one of their best. Constantly performing high standards in the '80's with album after album being absolutely fantastic"
Automatic for the People
Automatic for the People
"REM's biggest and best album to date. All tracks are stunning, delicate, tearful tracks that really make you stop in your tracks and listen"
Smart
Smart
"Slightly sold out with this album as the move into mainstream beckond, but even with tweaks from the original versions this is still a fantastic album"
Metallica
Metallica
"Such a drastic move from 'And Justice For All', this mainstream heavy album proved Metallica to be one the best metal bands on the planet. 'Enter Sandman' is still one of the best tracks ever"