Top albums of the decade

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For me:

The Streets - Original Pirate Material
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm
Gorillaz - Gorillaz
Burial - Untrue
Commix - Call To Mind
Foreign Beggars - Asylum Speakers
Daft Punk - Discovery
Fort Minor - The Rising Tied
Mogwai - Happy Songs For Happy People
Roots Manuva - Run Come Save Me
Kasbian - Kasabian
Athlete - Tourist
Common - Be
Boys Noize - Oi Oi Oi
The Qemists - Join The Q
The Cribs - Mens Needs, Womens Needs, Whatever
MSTRKRFT - Fist Of God

I could go on...
 

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Call To Mind.

So much diversity, not a bad track on it. Still sounding fresh today. It's a masterpiece, really. No wonder Metalheadz are taking so long with Re-Call To Mind, it's going to have to be amazing if it's gonna live up to the original.
 

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Bad Company - Inside the Machine
Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps
The Streets - Original Pirate Material
Audio Bullies - Audio Bullies
The Libertines - The Libertines
Arctic Monkeys - what ever people say I am thats what im not
 

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Klute - No One's Listening Anymore
Calibre - Second Sun
Breakage - This Too Shall Pass
Black Sun Empire - Driving Insane
Dom & Roland - Back For The Future
Commix - Call To Mind
Logistics - Now More Than Ever
 

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Sub Focus -Sub Focus
Chase & Status - More Than Alot
Dom & Roland - No Strings Attached
Future Prophecies - Warlords Rising ( only music I ever I bought in my life,its that good )
Pendulum - Greatest Hits
Pendulum - Hold Your Color
Bad Company - Shot Down on Safari
Black Sun Empire - Cruel & Unusual
Black Sun Empire - Endangered Species
VA - Acts of MaDMAn
Evol Intent - Era of Diversion
Drumsound & Bassline Smith - 10 Years of Technique
 
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Roots manuva - Run Come Save Me
BSE - Endangered Species
High Contrast - High Society
Commix - Call to Mind
braintax - panorama
Boys Noize - Oi Oi Oi
fabriclive .40 Noisia
the essential clash - the clash
ferry Corsten - LEF
Justice - Cross
kanye West - The college drop out
Proxima Estacion (Esperanza) - Manu Chao
 
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Dnb -

Consequence- Live for never
Klute - No One's Listening Anymore
Dbridge - Gemini Principle
Calibre - Second Sun
Breakage - This Too Shall Pass
Alaska - Isolationist

Commix's album deserves a mention, but wasn't a great album, though it had some great tunes.

Non dnb -

Jim Yoshii Pile-Up - Homemade Drugs
Martyn - Great Lengths
Minus the Bear - Highly Refined Pirates
Aim - Hinterland
Jehst - Falling Down
Madlib (Quas) - Further Adventures of Lord Quas
Booka Shade - Movements
Mf Doom - MMm Food
Chinup Chinup - We Should Have Never Lived Like We Were Skyscrapers
Death Cab - The Photo Album


There are actually quite a few more I'd like to put up here, but that's enough for now...
 
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out of curiosity if great tunes don't make a great album, what are you looking for in it?

falling down is a quality album though
The album isn't that coherent, there is some real crap on there, and listening to the album through isn't all that enjoyable an experience.

Great tunes do not make a good album, especially in dance music.

In an album, i think it needs to have a good flow and focus... Call to Mind doesn't tick those boxes for me.

Trust me though, I love all the singles it has given me...
 

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The album isn't that coherent, there is some real crap on there, and listening to the album through isn't all that enjoyable an experience.

Great tunes do not make a good album, especially in dance music.

In an album, i think it needs to have a good flow and focus... Call to Mind doesn't tick those boxes for me.

Trust me though, I love all the singles it has given me...
I disagree with this, I'm glad that it's not all a DNB orientated album, and whilst the singles, Be True, How You Gonna Feel etc are all epic, tunes such as Burn Out really compliment the whole vibe of the album
 

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fair enough, i see your point definitely.

For a mini musical trip, even though its before 2000, some of the future sound of london albums are exquisite, lifeforms is just :not_worth
 

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1. Redman - Red Gone Wild
2. Sizzla - Rastafari Teach I Everything
3. Duane Stephenson - August Town
4. Commix - Call To Mind
5. Capleton - Still Blazin'
6. Claude Vonstroke - Bird Brain
7. Mr Scruff - Trouser Jazz
8. Kings Of Leon - Only By The Night
9. Ghostface - Fishscale
10. Anthony B - Thats Life
 
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I disagree with this, I'm glad that it's not all a DNB orientated album, and whilst the singles, Be True, How You Gonna Feel etc are all epic, tunes such as Burn Out really compliment the whole vibe of the album
I am glad its not all dnb as well, no one is denying that... Its just tune like 'burn out' don't sit well with tunes like 'how you gonna feel.' I don't think they compliment each other at all... Chucking 'Change' in there as well, to me its an awful tune.

How You Gonna Feel also is not an 'epic' tune, not in any way at all...
 
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