My 10 Favorite Albums of the Decade

After abandoning this blog for more than four months, I decided it would be fun to get in on the “best of the decade” hoopla and post my own personal faves.

Here they are, roughly in the order that they were released:

  1. Figure 8 – Elliott Smith (2000) – This was the last album released before he died, but I didn’t really start listening until about 2002.
  2. BB Queen – Bahamadia (2000) – Why doesn’t this lady put out more albums?
  3. Amnesiac – Radiohead (2001) – It’s tough to pick a favorite Radiohead album, but “Pyramid Song” and “I Might Be Wrong” decided it for me.
  4. Blue Horse – The Be Good Tanyas (2001) – Not sure what it is about these gals that I like so much.
  5. The Listening – Little Brother (2003) – Amazing production by 9th Wonder, fascinating lyrics by Phonte and Big Pooh.
  6. Remember Who I Am – Girlyman (2003) – Some of the best times I’ve had with my best friends have been accompanied by these sweet harmonies.
  7. Grey Album – Danger Mouse (2004) – A bootleg mashup of Jay-Z’s Black Album and the Beatles’ White Album. Enough said.
  8. Arular – M.I.A. (2005) – Sadly, I didn’t start listening to M.I.A. until a couple years after this was released.
  9. Illionois – Sufjan Stevens (2005) – Epic pop.
  10. Jeanius – Jean Grae & 9th Wonder (2008, kinda) – This was actually leaked on the internet in 2004, so most fans have been listening to it for years.

Hmm, I notice that no albums released past 2005 have wormed their way into my heart quite yet.


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One Response to “My 10 Favorite Albums of the Decade”

  1. Kansas City DJ Says:

    Great choices but where you been for four months.

    Just be sure you still have a fan in Missouri

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