My Top Albums of the Decade
December 31, 2009, 11:07 am
Filed under: music

Here’s a list of my Top 10 6 albums of the decade, in no particular order:

Reverend and the Makers – The State of Things, superb album from John “The Reverend” McClure and his band, The Makers. I went to see them in Sheffield for the second tim this year and it was easily the best gig I’ve been to.

Serj Tankian – Elect the Dead, the first album from ex System of a Down frontman Serj Takian. Pretty much another System of a Down album, which is no bad thing. Looking at my stats he’s the single most played artist with over 2000 plays.

Queens of the Stone age – Songs for the Deaf joined on drums by Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl this is easily the best of the QotS albums, with songs like No-one Knows and Hanging Tree are still on my playlist today.

Foo Fighters – Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace I love this album from the Foo Fighters, when you look at the amount of material Dave Grohl puts out it’s amazing that so much of it is so good, and this is the best Foo Fighters album of the decade.

Reverend and the Makers – A French Kiss In The Chaos The only band to have 2 albums in my list, this 2nd album from the Sheffield band is just as good as the first and was on constant repeat for about a month after I bought it!

Batman Begins Soundtrack – maybe a bit of an odd one to include in a list of top albums, but this is one of the best soundtracks to a film ever.

What are your top album’s from the last 10 years?


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