Album rankings of 1991
Submitted by Zacharyyy on Wed, 02/10/2010 - 16:13
- Spiderland. Slint.
- Loveless. My Bloody Valentine.
- Slow, Deep, And Hard. Type O Negative. Music that is so sincere, so open, and so personal, that Peter Steele's croon could make ANYONE hate all women.
- Just For A Day. Slowdive
- 1991 Demo Tape. Nas.
- Tremolo EP. My Bloody Valentine.
- By Tomorrow EP. Black Tambourine.
- The Low-End Theory. A Tribe Called Quest.
- Blue Lines. Massive Attack.
- Mr Bungle. Mr Bungle. Did you ever think that Foetus should stop using those faggy keyboards and be, like, a metal band making ironic circus music? If you did, you'd be retarded, but you also might really dig this album. That said, there's a lot of really great shit on this album, but the problem is that it overstays its welcome by a long-shot and while the music is often quite interesting, the lyrics are almost always completely smarmy and idiotic.
- Nevermind. Nirvana.
- On The Sunday Of Life. Porcupine Tree.If I wanted to listen to over-produced, over-long Robert Wyatt, I'd add autotune to Rock Bottom and run it at half speed, thanks...
- Laughing Stock. Talk Talk.
- Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Red Hot Chili Peppers.
- III. Sebadoh. Quintessential boring hipsterbait.
It was a good goddamned year!