jonas wrote:1977 and 2002 were both pretty hot.
I'll second 2002.
grounded5am wrote:i'll second 1997, but i thought 2002 was lacking really. i can't think of any one major release that i still listen to today that came out in 2002. the only one that is popping in my head is busted stuff by the dave matthews band, but i haven't heard that album in 6 years and it's not exactly something i love either. i don't really remember now what i bought in 2002. that's sad really.
*edit* after doing a search of albums released in 2002 i only found two albums that i really dug that year. weezer's maldroit and tracy chapman's let it rain. i still have the weezer album, but i don't have the tracy chapman album.
LionIndex wrote:Translation: You Forgot it in People came out.
Full disclosure: I'm listening to "Late Nineties Bedroom Rock..." while typing this comment.
Tom4 wrote:Blackalicious - Blazing Arrow
Pretty Girls Make Graves - Good Health
Talib Kweli - Quality
DJ/Rupture - Minesweeper Suite
RJD2 - Deadringer
McLusky - McLusky Do Dallas
The Streets - Original Pirate Material
The Notwist - Neon Golden
Flaming Lips - Yoshimi
Trail of Dead - Source Tags & Codes
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf
Bright Eyes - Lifted
Doves - The Last Broadcast
There are a lot of other albums from that year that I've loved at one point or another, but I STILL listen to EVERY one of those albums on a fairly regular basis. That's saying something.
Plus, yeah, Broken Social Scene.
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