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Top albums of 2004

Discussion in 'General' started by Spiral Architect, 12 Dec 2004.

  1. Shepps

    Shepps Slacking off since 1986..

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    Thats in my top albums of 2004 for sure! As well as the offerings from :-

    dogs die in hot cars
    kasabian
    hope of the states
    kings of leon

    to mention a few. :thumb:
     
  2. Blackfish23

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    Yeh i t was a while ago, i said about looking back. It is one fine album.

    Must admit AC have some funny titles but also some funny cover tracks e.g. unbelievable!!! hahahahaha
     
  3. RTT

    RTT #parp

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    had their album on repeat all day
    :cooldude:
     
  4. Confusitron

    Confusitron New Member

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    Funny you mention John Vanderslice... I met him at a Pedro The Lion gig (he was on tour with them). I also bootlegged that entire show legally.

    My top albums of 2004...

    Air - Talkie Walkie
    Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Sol-fa
    Interpol - Antics
    John Vanderslice - Cellar Door
    Keane - Hopes And Fears
    The Killers - Hot Fuss
    Quruli - Antenna
    Supercar - Answer
    U2 - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
    Walrus - Self-Titled
    Wilco - A Ghost Is Born

    I managed to see Interpol live twice in 2004! Both performances were fantastic. I saw them the first time on The Cure's Curiosa Tour and on their own tour.

    Asian Kung-Fu Generation, Quruli, Supercar, and Walrus are all Japanese artists.

    Asian Kung-Fu Generation
    Asian Kung-Fu Generation was mentioned once before in this thread. They are a very good pop-punk band. For those of you who watch Naruto (I do not), they did the theme song "Haruka Kanata" for it (unless the the theme has changed).

    http://www.asiankung-fu.com/ - Official web site
    http://ajikan.sayuri.us/ - English fan site

    Quruli
    Quruli has become one of my favorite bands and for me is in the same ranks as U2 and The Smashing Pumpkins. They are an extremely versatile and talented group of musicians. I cannot place their music in any genre. I enjoy basically every piece of music they have created. John Vanderslice toured with Quruli in Japan and for a few dates in the US in 2002, if I remember correctly. Quruli discovered John Vanderslice's drummer while touring with him and asked him to join the band (since their former drummer had left the band), and he did. His playing on Antenna is amazing. He now has left the band due to creative differences after being with them for over a year.

    http://www.quruli.net/cgi-bin/index.cgi - Official web site
    http://www.quruli.net/english/ - Out of date official English web site

    Supercar
    Supercar are a more alternative rock/electronic group. They have produced some very catchy and melodic tunes. Sadly, they have announced they will disband and are playing their last gig this month (February) on the 26th.

    http://www.supercar-net.com/ - Official web site

    Walrus
    Walrus is on the darker side of the Japanese music I listen to. They sound a bit more like late 80's The Cure stuff, but edgier. I guess I would describe their sound as "shoegazer"-esque, but more structured and heavier.

    http://www.walrus.jp/ - Official web site

    I could continue writing more, but, that would be for a thread.
     
    Last edited: 22 Feb 2005

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