Jarchives: Jars of Clay Fan Forum

RETURN TO MAIN SITE
Register Calendar Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #1 
What were your favorite albums released during the years 2000-2009? I know many of us are likely to have several Jars albums on that list, obviously, but I'm curious to see what else has stood the test of time with folks here. I wrote up my list recently, which is very detailed about my reasons for picking all the albums I did. You can read it here:

http://www.epinions.com/content_5379891332

(See the bottom of the page for links to the rest of the list.)

But for those who just want the Cliff's Notes, here's my top 20, plus the other Jars albums that made my personal Top 100.

1. Sufjan Stevens - Come On! Feel the Illinoise! (2005)
2. Vienna Teng - Dreaming Through the Noise (2006)
3. Iona - Open Sky (2000)
4. Caedmon's Call - Share the Well (2004)
5. Sufjan Stevens - Greetings from Michigan: The Great Lakes State (2003)
6. Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes (2008)
7. Vienna Teng - Inland Territory (2009)
8. Iron & Wine - The Shepherd's Dog (2007)
9. Deas Vail - All the Houses Looks the Same (2007)
10. Coldplay - Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (2008)
11. Vienna Teng - Waking Hour (2002)
12. Tool - Lateralus (2001)
13. Eisley - Room Noises (2005)
14. Jars of Clay - [i]Good Monsters (2006)[/b]
15. Earthsuit - Kaleidoscope Superior (2000)
16. Mae - The Everglow (2005)
17. Anathallo - Canopy Glow (2008)
18. Steven Delopoulos - Me Died Blue (2003)
19. Derek Webb - Stockholm Syndrome (2009)
20. House of Heroes - The End Is Not the End (2008)

...

40. Jars of Clay - [i]Who We Are Instead (2003)
59. Jars of Clay - The Long Fall Back to Earth (2009)
66. Jars of Clay - The Eleventh Hour (2002)
74. Jars of Clay - Redemption Songs (2005)[/b]

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
adrnik

Avatar / Picture

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 409
Reply with quote  #2 
Here's mine... I think the order is correct!

Radiohead – The Bends Collectors Edition (2009) I know this is cheating but so what!!

Doves – Lost Souls (2000)

Jars of Clay – Who we are Instead (2003)

Bruce Springsteen – The Rising (2002)

Florence and the Machine (2009)

Arcade Fire – Funeral (2005)

The Killers – Hot Fuss (2004)

Beth Rowley – Little Dreamer (2008)

Coldplay – A Rush of Blood to the head (2003?)

John Legend – Get Lifted (2004)

U2 – No Line on the Horizon (2009)

Angels & Airwaves – We Don’t need to Whisper (2006)

Elbow – Seldom Seen Kid (2008)

Green Day – American Idiot (2004)

Melody Gardot – My One and Only Thrill (2009)

Amy MacDonald – This is the Life (2007)

Caedmon’s Call – In the Company of Angels (2001)

Snow Patrol – Final Straw (2003)

Neil Diamond – 12 Songs (2005)

Depeche Mode – Playing the Angel (2005)

Jack Johnson – In Between Dreams (2005)



__________________
Blessings are not just for the ones who kneel - U2 City of Blinding Lights
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #3 
Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
Radiohead – The Bends Collectors Edition (2009) I know this is cheating but so what!!


It'd be cheating on my list (otherwise the re-release of earl Jam's Ten would have made the cut), but it's your list, so you make the rules.

I have Kid A in my Top 100 and I'm a Radiohead fan in general, but not a huge fan of The Bends. A bit too whiny for my tastes. I do think "Fake Plastic Trees" and "Street Spirit" are incredible songs, though.

Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
Doves – Lost Souls (2000)


I have Kingdom of Rust on my list; need to go back and hear some of their older stuff.


Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
Arcade Fire – Funeral (2005)


I thought that came out in 2004, but I guess that depends on what country you live in. I considered this one for my Top 100. I got into it after Neon Bible, so I haven't had as much time to fully digest it.

Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
Coldplay – A Rush of Blood to the head (2003?)


2002.

Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
Elbow – Seldom Seen Kid (2008)
Green Day – American Idiot (2004)


Also on my list.


__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
clayhazelnut

Avatar / Picture

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 4,698
Reply with quote  #4 
Posting my top 10 from my podcast's blog, where we discussed this a short while ago:

10. Death Cab For Cutie – “Transatlanticism”
9. Silversun Pickups – “Swoon”
8. Ben Folds – “Rockin’ The Suburbs”
7. The Postal Service – “Give Up”
6. A Perfect Circle – “Thirteenth Step”
5. The Jayhawks – “Rainy Day Music”
4. Nine Inch Nails – “Year Zero”
3. Tool – “Lateralus”
2. Radiohead – “Kid A”
1. Elliott Smith – “Figure 8″
adrnik

Avatar / Picture

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 409
Reply with quote  #5 

Quote:
Murlough23 posted: 

I have Kid A in my Top 100 and I'm a Radiohead fan in general, but not a huge fan of The Bends. A bit too whiny for my tastes. I do think "Fake Plastic Trees" and "Street Spirit" are incredible songs, though.



I'm the other way round. The Bends is probably in my Top 5 list of all time but I am not so keen on their ther stuff - too anal for me!

Quote:
Murlough23 posted:

I have Kingdom of Rust on my list; need to go back and hear some of their older stuff.



They were part of the BBC's Electric Proms weeks last year and they did a stunning set with the London Bulgarian Choir. It would be in my list for the last decade as well but hasn't been released as a proper album.


__________________
Blessings are not just for the ones who kneel - U2 City of Blinding Lights
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #6 
Quote:
Originally Posted by adrnik
I'm the other way round. The Bends is probably in my Top 5 list of all time but I am not so keen on their ther stuff - too anal for me!


I think it's interesting how polarizing their work is. There are the fans of their older days that want them to do the bendy alternative rock stuff, and the artsy-fartsy types who think every weird noise they made around the turn of the century was golden. I'm somewhere in between. I adore OK Computer, like Kid A and In Rainbows a lot despite a couple dud tracks, enjoy Hail to the Thief but I have to skip around, and find Amnesiac and The Bends to be a bit of a chore to get through.

About the only thing most Radiohead fans can agree on (including the band members themselves) is that Pablo Honey kinda sucks.

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
romelB

Avatar / Picture

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 282
Reply with quote  #7 
wow. i think i can't make a list.
But im sure i have Mae's The Everglow in my Top10.
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #8 
Quote:
Originally Posted by romelB
wow. i think i can't make a list.
But im sure i have Mae's The Everglow in my Top10.


I know someone who put it at #1. Great to see that album getting the recognition.

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
SethM

Avatar / Picture

Revolutionist
Registered:
Posts: 1,054
Reply with quote  #9 
Haven't compiled a list, but these few would have to feature:

The Cinematic Orchestra - Every Day (2002)
Copeland - You Are My Sunshine (2008)
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans (2005)
Fat Freddy's Drop - Based on a True Story (2005)
Husky Rescue - Country Falls (2004)
Jaga Jazzist - What We Must (2005)
Patrick Watson - Wooden Arms (2009)
The Reign of Kindo - Rhythm, Chord and Melody (2008)
This Day and Age - The Bell and the Hammer (2006)
Andrew Peterson - The Far Country (2005)
Caedmon's Call - Share the Well (2005)
Derek Webb - Mockingbird (2005)
Loreena McKennitt - An Ancient Muse (2006)
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #10 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Copeland - You Are My Sunshine (2008)
The Reign of Kindo - Rhythm, Chord and Melody (2008)
Caedmon's Call - Share the Well (2005)


We have these in common. Though I should note that Share the Well came out in 2004.

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
SethM

Avatar / Picture

Revolutionist
Registered:
Posts: 1,054
Reply with quote  #11 
Bit of a boo boo on Share the Well, but hey. It's such a strong album that I actually find it difficult to listen to other Caedmon's albums now. It really was something remarkable.

Eat, Sleep, Repeat was my favourite Copeland album until Sunshine, which I absolutely loved from beginning to end. Yes, 'Not So Tough' is a little indulgent, but it was written for a friend of the band to use in an art exhibition. Apparently the 10min runtime was how long it would take you to walk through the exhibition, so you'd only hear it through once. In that context, I don't mind the plodding repetitiveness of it.

Kindo are an amazing band as well. Like you said in your review, its clear they know they're way around their instruments and their songs are a fusion of jazz and rock that is never dull.

I'd highly recommend the Jaga Jazzist album I listed. I think you'd really enjoy that one. They're a 10-piece from Norway who also really know their instruments. Not quite as jazzy as their name suggests either, though the influence is obvious. Be interested to know what you think of it.
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #12 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Bit of a boo boo on Share the Well, but hey. It's such a strong album that I actually find it difficult to listen to other Caedmon's albums now. It really was something remarkable.


I'd say the bulk of my memories attached to Share the Well's songs are from 2005, since it came out so late in 2004. I was still culling songs from it to put on personal mix CDs nearly a year after its release. So I totally understand the mistake.

I don't think anything else Caedmon's has done this century can compete with Share the Well, but I still hold their first two (major label) albums from the 90's in high regard. Well's still my favorite (and that's saying a lot, since I was certain that they were doomed after Derek's departure), but I'd put the self-titled and 40 Acres at 2 and 3. I still get a lot out of Long Line of Leavers and Overdressed, even though they are flawed and not worthy of my decade-end list. Everything else kinda bores me, with the first In the Company of Angels being the worst offender. (I haven't heard the group's indie albums, so I am not passing judgment on those.)

Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Eat, Sleep, Repeat was my favourite Copeland album until Sunshine, which I absolutely loved from beginning to end.


Sunshine really had to grow on me since it seemed like it was trying too hard to be introverted and difficult at first, but now it's the Copeland album I reach for most often because of the sweet allure of its opening song (and several others along the way). Eat, Sleep, Repeat is my favorite overall because for me, it has the highest frequency of beautiful moments attached to good memories. I got into In Motion late in the game, but enjoy that one as well. Beneath Medicine Tree is their only record that I can't seem to get into.

Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Yes, 'Not So Tough' is a little indulgent, but it was written for a friend of the band to use in an art exhibition. Apparently the 10min runtime was how long it would take you to walk through the exhibition, so you'd only hear it through once. In that context, I don't mind the plodding repetitiveness of it.


Some things work better in concept than in execution - those who don't know about the art exhibit aren't going to hear it and immediately go, "Oh! I know what context this would work in!" That said, I enjoy most of the song. I'd trim it back to 7-8 minutes since it takes forever to tapir off after its climax, but I love that succession of climactic moments - the female vocal breaking in, then the French horn, then the guitar freakout.

Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Kindo are an amazing band as well. Like you said in your review, its clear they know they're way around their instruments and their songs are a fusion of jazz and rock that is never dull.


Indeed. If they'd ease up on some of the lyrical cliches, they could be an A-grade band that I'd recommend to folks with no hesitation.

Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
I'd highly recommend the Jaga Jazzist album I listed. I think you'd really enjoy that one. They're a 10-piece from Norway who also really know their instruments. Not quite as jazzy as their name suggests either, though the influence is obvious. Be interested to know what you think of it.


How would I go about tracking that one down?

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
forn03

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 309
Reply with quote  #13 
Quote:
Originally posted by murlough23
Sunshine really had to grow on me since it seemed like it was trying too hard to be introverted and difficult at first, but now it's the Copeland album I reach for most often because of the sweet allure of its opening song (and several others along the way). Eat, Sleep, Repeat is my favorite overall because for me, it has the highest frequency of beautiful moments attached to good memories. I got into In Motion late in the game, but enjoy that one as well. Beneath Medicine Tree is their only record that I can't seem to get into.


I first discovered Copeland while they were touring for Beneath Medicine Tree and it's my favorite album of theirs. In Motion is second, followed by ESR and Sunshine.
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #14 
Quote:
Originally Posted by forn03
I first discovered Copeland while they were touring for Beneath Medicine Tree and it's my favorite album of theirs. In Motion is second, followed by ESR and Sunshine.


I first stumbled across them at a Christian rock festival in 2006, right before ESR came out. I was waiting for Mae and Relient K to come on later that night, and I was a bit impatient because this band I wasn't familiar with seemed to lack a lot of energy on stage. I described them as "Mae without (specific parts of the male anatomy)" at the time. Then the following year, I found out they'd be opening for Switchfoot, and figured I might as well give them another chance if I was gonna have to hear them live anyway. So I downloaded ESR and found that it grew on me a great deal after a few listens. I admitted that my first impression of Copeland was unfair and just plain ignorant.

That said, even after I started liking their music, they never struck me as a particularly compelling live band. They were better in the studio.

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
SethM

Avatar / Picture

Revolutionist
Registered:
Posts: 1,054
Reply with quote  #15 
Quote:
Originally Posted by murlough23


How would I go about tracking that one down?



Try THIS link.
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #16 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SethM
Quote:
Originally Posted by murlough23


How would I go about tracking that one down?



Try THIS link.


I don't do samples. They rarely tell the full story. Need full songs.

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
citizenX

Avatar / Picture

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 461
Reply with quote  #17 
These are listed in the order of release dates. There is no way I can order them by favorites.

Nickel Creek- Self titled (2000)

The Be Good Tanyas- Blue Horse  (2000)

Buddy & Julie Miller- Self titled  (2001)

Patty Griffin- 1000 Kisses  (2002)

Iron & Wine- The Creek Drank the Cradle  (2002)

Jars of Clay- Who We Are Instead  (2003)

Caedmon’s Call- Share the Well  (2004)

Iron & Wine- Our Endless Numbered Days  (2004)

HEM- Rabbit Songs  (2005)

Abigail Washburn- Song of the Traveling Daughter (2005)

Jars of Clay- Redemption Songs  (2005)

The Duhks- Your Sons and Your Daughters  (2006)

Band of Horses- Everything All the Time (2006)

The Cambridge Singers- Lighten Our Darkness  (2006)

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss- Raising Sand  (2007)

Needtobreathe- The Heat  (2007)

stile antico- Music for Compline (2007)

Eddie Vedder- Into the Wild  (2007)

Crooked Still- Still Crooked  (2008)

Dave Rawlings Machine- A Friend of a Friend (2009)

Needtobreathe- The Outsiders  (2009)

Josh Ritter- Golden Age of Radio  (2009 Re-release with bonus disc)

 

 



__________________
"Treat the other man's faith gently; it is all he has to believe with" -Henry S. Haskins

Results of a poll: The average person thinks they're better than the average person.

"A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone." -Thoreau
zoescuz

Mini Monster
Registered:
Posts: 32
Reply with quote  #18 
I know this is coming a bit late, but I haven't visited the forums in a while.

http://gooseradio.com/2010/01/23/best-albums-of-the-decade-or-sorry-04-and-05-youre-not-invited/

Short list:
10: Black Holes and Revelations - Muse
9: The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash
8: Fantasies - Metric
7: Give Up - The Postal Service
6: Lightbulb Sun - Porcupine Tree
5: Keep Color - Republic Tigers
4: Rockin' the Suburbs - Ben Folds
2: (tie) Good Monsters and Who We Are Instead - Jars of Clay
1: Trampoline - Steel Train

Steel Train, by the way, is possibly the most underplayed band I've ever stumbled upon. All three of their albums are great, but Trampoline, by far their most pure rock n' roll release, stands head and shoulders above the rest.

willb

Reckless Forgiver
Registered:
Posts: 521
Reply with quote  #19 

Obviously, everything Jars of Clay released.

Also, here are a few others:

The Arcade Fire--Funeral, 2004
The Arcade Fire--Neon Bible, 2007
Derek Webb--Stockholm Syndrome, 2009
Josh Garrels--Over Oceans, 2006
Josh Garrels--Jacaranda, 2008
Justin McRoberts--Grace Must Wound, 2005
Jon Foreman--Seasonal EP's, 2008-2009
Kevin Max--Between The Fence & The Universe, 2005
Kevin Max--The Imposter, 2005
Shawn Mcdonald--Simply Nothing, 2004
Shawn Mcdonald--Ripen, 2006
Switchfoot--The Beautiful Letdown, 2004
Switchfoot--Nothing Is Sound, 2005
Switchfoot--Oh! Gravity, 2006
Switchfoot--Hello Hurricane, 2009
The Rocket Summer--Hello, Good Friend, 2005
The Rocket Summer--Do You Feel, 2007
U2--How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, 2004
U2--No Line On The Horizon, 2009



__________________
Let love rule
smiley

Avatar / Picture

Zookeper
Registered:
Posts: 84
Reply with quote  #20 
Here's my top ten:

Bruce Springsteen: The Rising (2002)
Coldplay: A Rush Of Blood To The Head (2002)
Coldplay: Viva La Vida/Prospekt's March (2008/2009)
Jars of Clay: Who We Are Instead (2003)
Over the Rhine: Ohio (2003)
Over the Rhine: Drunkard's Prayer (2005)
Paper Route: Absence (2009)
U2: How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004)
Wilco: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2002)
Wilco: A Ghost Is Born (2004)








CadillacKincaid

Zookeper
Registered:
Posts: 59
Reply with quote  #21 
Good monsters... Jars of clay
Elephant... The white stripes
The rising... Bruce springsteen
21st century breakdown... Green day
Sleep through the static.... Jack Johnson
The devil and god are raging inside.... Brand new
Hello.... Tristan prettyman
CadillacKincaid

Zookeper
Registered:
Posts: 59
Reply with quote  #22 
Quote:
Originally Posted by smiley
Here's my top ten:

Bruce Springsteen: The Rising (2002)
Coldplay: A Rush Of Blood To The Head (2002)
Coldplay: Viva La Vida/Prospekt's March (2008/2009)
Jars of Clay: Who We Are Instead (2003)
Over the Rhine: Ohio (2003)
Over the Rhine: Drunkard's Prayer (2005)
Paper Route: Absence (2009)
U2: How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004)
Wilco: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2002)
Wilco: A Ghost Is Born (2004)










FINALLY! Someone who thinks loves the rising as much as I do.... It is an absolute brilliant muse on religion and culture
worlds_apart

Avatar / Picture

Seatbelt Tubist
Registered:
Posts: 135
Reply with quote  #23 
Top 5 because there's so many. This a hard one!
1. Jars of Clay - The Eleventh Hour
2. Jars of Clay - Redemption Songs
3. The Gaslight Anthem - The '59 Sound
4. Passenger - Wicked Man's Rest
5. Strike Anywhere - Exit English

So my top two were Jars. Cheating? I think not. They're just that good!
Passenger is a British singer/songwriting group. Their music is magical!
Strike Anywhere is a melodic hardcore punk band from Richmond VA. Their music is . Probably the five albums I couldn't live without! Though that again would be a really hard choice!


__________________
"We are people borne of sound. The songs are in our eyes. Gonna wear them like a crown. Walk out, into the sunburst street. Sing your heart out, sing my heart out. I've found grace inside a sound. I found grace, it's all that I found. And I can breathe now. Breathe now." - U2

*Everything I say is MY opinion not solid fact.
Sweetpea

Avatar / Picture

Mini Monster
Registered:
Posts: 28
Reply with quote  #24 
1. Jars of Clay Closer.

2. Both of the Caleb EPS.

3. Jars of Clay Long Fall back to the earth.

4. Toby Mac Tonight

5. Steven Curtis Chapman Beauty will rise.

Those are my top five.

__________________
Nicole. I'm a proud jesusfreak.

Wise men are still seeking Jesus today- A church sign

Jamie: You're acting like a crazy person. What's going on?

Landon: Ok right now you'll straddling the state line.

Jamie: Ok..ay.

Landon: You're in two places at once.

From A walk to remember.
murlough23

Ghost in the Moon
Registered:
Posts: 2,109
Reply with quote  #25 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sweetpea
1. Jars of Clay The Shelter.

Disqualified.

Quote:
Originally Posted by murlough23
What were your favorite albums released during the years 2000-2009?

__________________
DISCLAIMER: The preceding post was a statement of opinion, and does not reflect the views of the members of Jars of Clay, the moderators of Jarchives, or any member of the Holy Trinity. In fact, it is only my opinion that this is my opinion. In my opinion, you may choose to believe that my opinion is fact, if in fact you are of the opinion that you are allowed to choose what you believe, which presupposes the opinion that you do in fact exist in the first place - in my humble opinion, of course. It is my opinion that all of my opinions are humble opinions, but this does not indicate a bias on my part against opinions which are, in my opinion, proud opinions.
SethM

Avatar / Picture

Revolutionist
Registered:
Posts: 1,054
Reply with quote  #26 
Hey murlough23, did you ever check out Jaga Jazzist?
emman

Zookeper
Registered:
Posts: 63
Reply with quote  #27 
Miranda Lambert - Four The Record
Chris Young - Neon

__________________
Do it make no sense to me.. You make me believe that I could trust someone.. Sing another love song..
Arden

Avatar / Picture

Reckless Forgiver
Registered:
Posts: 878
Reply with quote  #28 
Quote:
Originally Posted by emman
Miranda Lambert - Four The Record
Chris Young - Neon


Actually, all I listen to anymore is country. It's become a really good venue and so different than it use to be. I like the Eli Young Band and Thompson Square to name a few.  

__________________
The author (artist) who benefits you most is not the one who tells you something you did not know before, but the one who gives expression to the truth that has been dumbly struggling in you for utterance.
emman

Zookeper
Registered:
Posts: 63
Reply with quote  #29 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Arden
Quote:
Originally Posted by emman
Miranda Lambert - Four The Record
Chris Young - Neon


Actually, all I listen to anymore is country. It's become a really good venue and so different than it use to be. I like the Eli Young Band and Thompson Square to name a few.  


yeah I agree with you. Country is very relatable now even if your not western or southern. I am listening to different country artists now though I wasn't a natural born country fan. 

It is a good venue for people who are tired of the auto-tuned music in MTV and in the radio now. 

__________________
Do it make no sense to me.. You make me believe that I could trust someone.. Sing another love song..
gonsharin

Newbie Like a Child
Registered:
Posts: 3
Reply with quote  #30 
i think A Perfect Circle – “Thirteenth Step”
__________________
Online Shopping in India
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.