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Title
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The Offspring - The Kids Aren't Alright [Rock]
494
Leo Moracchioli - Africa (Toto cover) [Metal]
89
Nazi Punks F**k Off: How Black Flag, Bad Brains, and More Took Back Their Scene from White Supremacists
50543
Cranberries Dolores O'Riordan has died
74
Bloc Party - Like Eating Glass [Indie rock]
14
Bill Wurtz - La de da de da de da de day oh [Alternative] - 2018
9
Chris Cornell - You Know My Name (2006) [Rock]
6302
Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit [Pychedelic Rock]
26
Faith No More - Epic [Rock]
23
311 - Beautiful Disaster [Alternative]
34
Three Days Grace - I Hate Everything About You [Rock]
62
America - Sister Golden Hair [Classic Rock]
11
So can we talk about how this sub never puts any out obscure or new tracks that make the front page?
8
Less Than Jake - Plastic Cup Politics [Ska punk]
7
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Mercy Seat [post punk]
10
2018 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inductees Include Recordings From David Bowie, Nirvana, Dr. Dre
23
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown - Fire [Psychedelic Rock]
8
Jack White Announced a New Tour
10
Am I the only person who hates mashups?
4
Prince estate is selling tickets starting January 20th to a Big screen concert in honor of Prince's death that will contain unreleased material.
5
Madness - Baggy Trousers [Pop/Ska]
6
The Stone Roses - This Is the One [Rock]
6
Alkaline Trio - The Metro (Berlin cover) [Punk Rock]
8
REM - Nightswimming [Alternative]
5
Tim Curry - I Put a Spell on You [Rock]
45
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Simple Man [rock]
28
Lily Allen - Alfie [Pop]
4
Siouxsie And The Banshees - Into the Light [Post-Punk]
3
Cold - Stupid Girl [Rock]
12
R.E.M. - Find the River [Alt-Rock]
3
Steam Powered Giraffe - Automatonic Electronic Harmonics [Steampunk]
7
Phil Collins - Don’t Lose My Number [Pop/Rock]
6
Grandaddy - A.M. 180 [alternative]
3
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page - June 1963 interview {non-music video}
2
Why is the radio more depressing/nihilistic now?
3
Steve Miller Band - Winter Time [Classic Rock]
6
James Blunt - Goodbye My lover [Live] I dare say there is not a better version of this anywhere else.
2
Wilco - She's a Jar [Indie Rock]
36
The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post (Live 9/23/1970 Fillmore East) [Classic Rock]
3
Story of the Year - Anthem Of Our Dying Day [Rock]
103 M4ximi11i0n I feel like Demon Days should be up there.
42 JohnnyHighGround About American Idiot: you may not like it, but it’s hard to argue that it’s a serious accomplishment. It’s a concept album from a pop-punk band. It’s catchy as hell while also being lyrically and musically interesting. It’s impeccably recorded and produced. AND it was put together after the band lost an entire album of material. I think it’s easy to dismiss because it’s Green Day, and its weakest song (“Boulevard of Broken Dreams”) was its most popular, and it made the band into superstars, and it was followed by an almost entirely forgettable attempt to recapture the magic. But in a vacuum, holy fuck is it a great album. “Jesus of Suburbia” is honestly one of the best rock songs written in the last 20 years. I’m actually kind of impressed that Rolling Stone wasn’t too hipster to acknowledge it (especially given how many fucking times Radiohead shows up on the list).
33 Sars5000 How is QOTSA Songs for the Deaf not on the list? I love Rated R too but no SFTD?
32 Serious_Disapoint Tv on the radio are the best band most people don't know about.
38 Omega_slayer2025 Amnesiac before In Rainbows? That seems a bit of a stretch.
11 Myrkull Glad Funeral is top 3, that shit changed the landscape for indies.
9 TheUnforgiven13 It's not bad, but Lateralus should be there. My personal list would have Crack the Skye as well.
40 dow102 Yeezy with 2 on top 10? 🌊
7 pokeman528 TWO Kayne west albums in the top ten holy shit
25 patronofchaos How in the hell is Hybrid Theory not on this list? Best selling album of 2001, one of the top selling albums of the entire decade, one of the best selling debut albums of all time, and one of the top charting albums of the entire decade as well.
45 Mxcrvr I detect an unsettling lack of Muse. American Idiot too high. Glad to see the Hives get recognition. The Eminem Show > The Marshall Mathers LP. No Silent Alarm? I would also add Madvillainy and Demon Days. All things considered, this is a pretty decent list.
10 nihilishim i'm part of that small minority that thinks amnesiac is better than kid a
7 tindrummer99 I think Frank was the better Amy Winehouse album.
12 stevejobsthecow good albums but in my opinion these are by no means representative of the best music or even the most iconic. like half the hip-hop entries in here are Kanye which I feel is just kind of lazy given some of the most enduring & highly acclaimed hip-hop albums of all time such as Madvillainy or Food & Liquor or Below the Heavens or any of the Roots' albums during the period spawned from the decade. also even as a huge RHCP fan I don't feel that Stadium Arcadium really deserves to be here when, imo, there are clear standouts on the album & a lot of it is fairly unremarkable.
11 noahd2000 Pretty good list. Kind of feel like Demon Days and Muse’s absolution should have been on it though
20 Bicoastalshrimp My only real complaint is a lack of any sort of metal.
4 putcoolusernamehere Glad to see Is This It? so high. That's my personal favorite album of all time. Not a bad song on it.
7 stevemillions No Nick Cave? That guy’s recorded some ridiculously good stuff this century.
13 HEBushido IMO Favorite Worst Nightmare is better than Whatever People Say I am That's What I'm Not.
102 0 M4ximi11i0n I feel like Demon Days should be up there.
44 0 JohnnyHighGround About American Idiot: you may not like it, but it’s hard to argue that it’s a serious accomplishment. It’s a concept album from a pop-punk band. It’s catchy as hell while also being lyrically and musically interesting. It’s impeccably recorded and produced. AND it was put together after the band lost an entire album of material. I think it’s easy to dismiss because it’s Green Day, and its weakest song (“Boulevard of Broken Dreams”) was its most popular, and it made the band into superstars, and it was followed by an almost entirely forgettable attempt to recapture the magic. But in a vacuum, holy fuck is it a great album. “Jesus of Suburbia” is honestly one of the best rock songs written in the last 20 years. I’m actually kind of impressed that Rolling Stone wasn’t too hipster to acknowledge it (especially given how many fucking times Radiohead shows up on the list).
36 0 Sars5000 How is QOTSA Songs for the Deaf not on the list? I love Rated R too but no SFTD?
29 0 Serious_Disapoint Tv on the radio are the best band most people don't know about.
35 0 Omega_slayer2025 Amnesiac before In Rainbows? That seems a bit of a stretch.
11 0 Myrkull Glad Funeral is top 3, that shit changed the landscape for indies.
9 0 TheUnforgiven13 It's not bad, but Lateralus should be there. My personal list would have Crack the Skye as well.
37 0 dow102 Yeezy with 2 on top 10? 🌊
9 0 pokeman528 TWO Kayne west albums in the top ten holy shit
23 0 patronofchaos How in the hell is Hybrid Theory not on this list? Best selling album of 2001, one of the top selling albums of the entire decade, one of the best selling debut albums of all time, and one of the top charting albums of the entire decade as well.
44 0 Mxcrvr I detect an unsettling lack of Muse. American Idiot too high. Glad to see the Hives get recognition. The Eminem Show > The Marshall Mathers LP. No Silent Alarm? I would also add Madvillainy and Demon Days. All things considered, this is a pretty decent list.
11 0 nihilishim i'm part of that small minority that thinks amnesiac is better than kid a
6 0 tindrummer99 I think Frank was the better Amy Winehouse album.
10 0 stevejobsthecow good albums but in my opinion these are by no means representative of the best music or even the most iconic. like half the hip-hop entries in here are Kanye which I feel is just kind of lazy given some of the most enduring & highly acclaimed hip-hop albums of all time such as Madvillainy or Food & Liquor or Below the Heavens or any of the Roots' albums during the period spawned from the decade. also even as a huge RHCP fan I don't feel that Stadium Arcadium really deserves to be here when, imo, there are clear standouts on the album & a lot of it is fairly unremarkable.
12 0 noahd2000 Pretty good list. Kind of feel like Demon Days and Muse’s absolution should have been on it though
20 0 Bicoastalshrimp My only real complaint is a lack of any sort of metal.
4 0 putcoolusernamehere Glad to see Is This It? so high. That's my personal favorite album of all time. Not a bad song on it.
8 0 stevemillions No Nick Cave? That guy’s recorded some ridiculously good stuff this century.
10 0 HEBushido IMO Favorite Worst Nightmare is better than Whatever People Say I am That's What I'm Not.