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Best indie and rock albums (not in any order)

H. Chappell "magicrose6"
 
Frengers: Not Quite Friends But Not Quite Strangers
Frengers: Not Quite Friends But Not Quite Strangers
"Very unusual and excellent indie rock from Denmark. Almost unheard of in the UK, and it's hard to understand why!"
Kill The Last Romantic
Kill The Last Romantic
"Another unheard of band, but this time from the UK. Style is not particularly innovative, but it's a beautiful album all the same"
Final Straw
Final Straw
"Some amazing songs here, particularly the singles "Run" and "Chocolate". Overall much darker than the band's previous efforts"
Jimmy Eat World
Jimmy Eat World
"One of those albums that it is impossible not to love. "Get it Faster" and the heartbreaking "Hear You Me" are perhaps the best tracks, but all are excellent"
Cast Of Thousands
Cast Of Thousands
"Much more melodic and optimistic than the weird but strangely compelling "Asleep in the Back". Elbow continue to be a highly unusual and excellent band"
Ether Song
Ether Song
"Absoloutely amazing. Every track is completely different, and each excellent in its own way. If you've never heard of Turin Brakes, check them out"
The Optimist LP
The Optimist LP
"A calmer, more acoustic album than "Ether Song". Mellow, but beautiful. Only weak track is "By TV Light""
Stop All the World Now
Stop All the World Now
"Excellent indie singer/songwriter, but again, virtually unheard of in the UK."
The Beautiful Letdown
The Beautiful Letdown
"Usually the term "christian rock" would put me off, but this is amazing stuff. Catchy, melodic and beautiful."
Lost Souls
Lost Souls
"Epic indie rock at its best"
Razorblade Romance
Razorblade Romance
"Not indie, but still very good. "Love Metal" is not HIM's best album - try one of these older ones!"
Savage Garden
Savage Garden
"The first album I ever bought, and I still love it. Not at all like "Affirmation" - a lot rockier and darker. Definitely not your average pop CD."
The Remote Part
The Remote Part
"Beautiful indie. Lead singer Roddy Woomble has one of the most gorgeous voices in the genre."
Sing The Sorrow
Sing The Sorrow
"The most mainstream and accessable AFI album. Less screaming than usual and a lot of good tunes!"