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CadillacKincaid

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I own over 500 CD's but I put my Top 150 albums that I own in order from favorite to least favorite. I realize that this is just my opinion and I also realize that I am young and there are only a few albums that date back before the 90's. Let me know what you think.... if you agree or disagree. Is there anything in the top that doesn't belong or anything that needs to be moved up? I am just curious if others like the same types of albums or if I am biased.

The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me - Brand New

The Rising - Bruce Springsteen

Yankee Foxtrot Hotel - Wilco

Good Monsters – Jars of Clay

Elephant – The White Stripes

Mean Everything to Nothing – Manchester Orchestra

I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning – Bright Eyes

Brother’s Blood – Kevin Devine

Daisy – Brand New

Sleep Through the Static – Jack Johnson

Twenty-Three – Tristan Prettyman

Continuum – John Mayer

Mad Season – Matchbox Twenty

No Name Face – Lifehouse

Nothing Left to Lose – Mat Kearney

So Much More – Brett Dennen

Who We are Instead – Jars of Clay

A Ghost is Born – Wilco

Change – Sons of the Desert

Cage the Elephant – Cage the Elephant

Icky Thump – The White Stripes

Oracular Spectacular – MGMT

American Idiot – Green Day

Nothing is Sound – Switchfoot

Breakaway – Kelly Clarkson

Take It All Away – Ryan Cabrera

Lemonade – G. Love

Waiting on Joe – Steve Azar

Be As You Are – Kenny Chesney

Hope for the Hopeless – Brett Dennen

Spirit – Jewel

I’m Like A Virgin Losing A Child – Manchester Orchestra

Deja Entendu – Brand New

Digital Ash in a Digital Urn – Bright Eyes

21st Century Breakdown – Green Day

The Shepard’s Dog – Iron & Wine

Redemption Songs – Jars of Clay

Letting Go – Jennifer Knapp

Lifted – Bright Eyes

Paper Moon – Mancy A’lan Kane

Battle Studies – John Mayer

On and On – Jack Johnson

Congratulations – MGMT

Flying Away – Smoke City

Good News for People Who Love Bad News – Modest Mouse

Boy vs. the Cynic – John Reuben

Coverage – Mandy Moore

Dizzy Up the Girl – The Goo Goo Dolls

Yourself or Someone Like You – Matchbox Twenty

Riot! – Paramore

Awake and Alive – Skillet

Stockholm Syndrome – Derek Webb

Something To Be – Rob Thomas

Hello…x – Tristan Prettyman

Room For Squares – John Mayer

White Blood Cells – The White Stripes

Songs About Jane – Maroon 5

More Than You Think You Are – Matchbox Twenty

Let Love In – The Goo Goo Dolls

Spring/Summer – Jon Foreman

Winter/Fall – Jon Foreman

Heavier Things – John Mayer

The Beautiful Letdown – Switchfoot

Comatose – Skillet

Brushfire Fairytales – Jack Johnson

Get Behind Me Satan – The White Stripes

Actor – St. Vincent

Chaotic Resolve – Plumb

Only By the Night – Kings of Leon

Flavors of Entanglement – Alanis Morissette

Away From the Sun – 3 Doors Down

Mmhmm – Relient K

Smile, It’s The End of the World – Hawk Nelson

All We Know is Falling – Paramore

Flyleaf – Flyleaf

Horehound – The Dead Weather

In Between Dreams – Jack Johnson

Cradlesong – Rob Thomas

Dreaming Out Loud – OneRepublic

Add to the Beauty – Sara Groves

What a Heart is Beating For – Chris Rice

No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems – Kenny Chesney

Remain – The Great Divide

Mockingbird – Derek Webb

The Eleventh Hour – Jars of Clay

To The Sea – Jack Johnson

Mr. A-Z – Jason Mraz

How to Save a Life – The Fray

40 Acres – Caedmon’s Call

Your Favorite Weapon – Brand New

Working on a Dream – Bruce Springsteen

Jars of Clay – Jars of Clay

No World For Tomorrow – Coheed and Cambria

Sea of Cowards – The Dead Weather

Make Yourself – Incubus

Blink – Plumb

Amusing – Chris Rice

The Fray – The Fray

Magic – Bruce Springsteen

Jagged Little Pill – Alanis Morissette

I See Things Upside Down – Derek Webb

Share the Well – Caedmon’s Call

Sixpence None the Richer – Sixpence None the Richer

Brand New Eyes – Paramore

Lifehouse - Lifehouse

Morning View – Incubus

Back to Bedlam – James Blunt

Waiting for my Rocket – Jason Mraz

The Face of Love – Sanctus Real

Reflections of Something – Todd Agnew

Where the Past Meets Today – Sarah Kelly

Turn Around – Jonny Lang

If I Left the Zoo – Jars of Clay

We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things – Jason Mraz

Darkness on the Edge of Town – Bruce Springsteen

The Ringing Bell – Derek Webb

Much Afraid – Jars of Clay

Who We Are – Lifehouse

It Won’t Be Long Before Soon – Maroon 5

Meteora – Linkin Park

Hybrid Theory – Linkin Park

Kala – MIA

…And the Rest Will Follow – Project 86

No Line On The Horizon – U2

Born in the USA – Bruce Springsteen

Chase the Sun – Shannon Lawson

Dej Stijl – The White Stripes

Better Days – Robbie Seay Band

Plumb – Plumb

Light Grenades – Incubus

Furthermore – Jars of Clay

Take It All Away – Sarah Kelly

Ocean Eyes – Owl City

Letters to the President – Hawk Nelson

Better Questions – Todd Agnew

Blue on Blue – Leigh Nash

Stop All the World Now – Howie Day

Wild Hope – Mandy Moore

Stanley Climbfall – Lifehouse

The Art of Breaking – Thousand Foot Krutch

Minutes to Midnight – Linkin Park

Welcome to the Black Parade – My Chemical Romance

Saving Abel – Saving Abel

Seventeen Days – 3 Doors Down

Oh! Gavity – Switchfoot

The Blue Print III – Jay Z

Graduation – Kanye West

All The Lost Souls – James Blunt

Eye To The Telescope – KT Tunstall

Lucky Old Sun – Kenny Chesney


willb

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What?  No Dwight Yoakam, Dixie Chicks or Keith Urban??    Checkout Dwight-If There Was A Way, Dixie Chicks-Fly, Keith Urban, Be here.

I don't think I could select my top 10 albums, let alone my top 150.   

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CadillacKincaid

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Actually, I do like Dwight Yoakum and Keith Urban, but more recently I have pretty much stopped listening to country. I own Yoakums greast hits, and a few Keith urban albums, but I guess with my music transformation those albums were probably boxed up. Maybe I should pull them back out and give them a spin.

I own a lot of country and a few hip hop albums, but only a few made the list. Most recently I have discovered some great indie rock bands and I guess I have become obseessed with those lol.
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