Best albums of 2004

Discussion in 'Music' started by Spacer, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. Spacer

    Spacer 'Enlighten yourself'

    Mine would be

    The Killers - Hot Fuss
    Kasabian - Kasabian
    The Zutons - Who Killed The Zutons
     
  2. RandomJunkie

    RandomJunkie Member

    I liked the new Bjork a lot...but in 2004 I mostly listened to albums that came out years ago so...
     
  3. rhasta.penguin

    rhasta.penguin No more hippy...ugh

    i swore i just saw another thread like this 3 pages back...but then looked and found nothing...:confused:

    anyhow, here are my top 10:

    1.The Arcade Fire - Funeral
    2.Devendra Banhart - Rejoicing in the Hands
    3.Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
    4.The Walkmen - Bows + Arrows
    5.Sonic Youth - Sonic Nurse
    6.The Fiery Furnances - Blueberry Boat
    7.Wilco - A Ghost is Born
    8.Elliott Smith - From a Basement on the Hill
    9.Modest Mouse - Good News for People who Love Bad News
    10.The Black Keys - Rubber Factory
     
  4. KozmicBlue

    KozmicBlue Senior Member

    Yeah, Medulla is brilliant. :)
    Also, Uh Huh Her, by PJ Harvey
     
  5. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    Video Sound by the Waking Eyes
     
  6. LooLoo

    LooLoo Member

    Kasabian - Kasabian
    Modest Mouse - Good New For People Who Love Bad News
    Nick Cave - Lyre Of Orpheus/Abbatoir Blues
    The Liars - They Were Wrong, So we Drowned
    Hoopy Frood - Psychonaut

    Those spring immediately to mind, I'm sure there are a fair few others I'm missing. Or haven't heard.

    But yeah, I haven't actually bought that many cd's this year which were actually released in 04.
     
  7. LooLoo

    LooLoo Member

    Whooaaaa, just had a thought.


    Theo Travis Quartet's new Earth To Ether album is fucking amazing. Theo is a badass sax/flutist and his guys play some very upbeat and modern jazz. Kinda psychedelic at times. Theo played sax for Gong on their 00 Aussie tour I think...

    I saw them live earlier this year and they were just amazing. Their drummer is literally the best I have ever seen live, I was just dissapointed his solos didn't make it onto the album. Theres a couple of weak songs, but the good ones more than make up for it.

    Buy the CD from theotravis.com
     
  8. MBintheOC

    MBintheOC We're all mad here..

    I liked:
    Antics-Interpol
    Franz Ferdinand
    Let's Bottle Bohemia-The Thrills
     
  9. Skelter

    Skelter Helter

  10. RandomJunkie

    RandomJunkie Member

    Yes, the liars !

    Interpol's second album made me nostalgic of the first one. Antics seems to be very "average" to me...I should give it another try thought.
     
  11. rhasta.penguin

    rhasta.penguin No more hippy...ugh

    i havent got antics yet. I got "turn on the bright lights" and i am really liking it. Rather dark, but they sound good to me. I got tickets to see them in feburary [​IMG]
     
  12. FemmeFatale

    FemmeFatale Member

    I don't know if it was this year...but Maroon 5's Songs About Jane was fairly nice. :)
     
  13. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    :eek: Ouch...
     
  14. TarHead

    TarHead Member

    PopBubbleGumForums.com anyone?
     
  15. FemmeFatale

    FemmeFatale Member

    I'm allowed my fair share of guilty pleasures.
    Besides, you have a Monkees album.
     
  16. Lucifer Sam

    Lucifer Sam Vegetable Man

    True... but I don't listen to them.
     
  17. dhs

    dhs Senior Member

    Without question

    Assembly of Dust - The Honest Hour
     
  18. FemmeFatale

    FemmeFatale Member

    Okay.
    I don't have to explain anything to you. :)
    John Entwistle is a little red X, did you know?
     
  19. maryjaneguitargurl

    maryjaneguitargurl I am just like you.

    Sarah McLachlan Afterglow live.. Its amazing.. Her voice sounds perfect live and I loved her cover of blackbird.. So beautiful.. hehe

    peace
    chickens
     

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