Album rankings of 1991

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  1. 9/10.
  2. Spiderland. Slint.
  3. Loveless. My Bloody Valentine.
  4. 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.
  5. 8.5/10.
  6. 8/10.
  7. Just For A Day. Slowdive
  8. 1991 Demo Tape. Nas.
  9. 7.5/10.
  10. 7/10.
  11. Tremolo EP. My Bloody Valentine.
  12. By Tomorrow EP. Black Tambourine.
  13. 6.5/10.
  14. The Low-End Theory. A Tribe Called Quest.
  15. Blue Lines. Massive Attack.
  16. 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.
  17. Nevermind. Nirvana.
  18. 6/10.
  19. 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...
  20. Laughing Stock. Talk Talk.
  21. Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Red Hot Chili Peppers.
  22. 5.5/10.
  23. III. Sebadoh. Quintessential boring hipsterbait.
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It was a good goddamned year!