Albums I'd like to Review

Below is a list of album's I'd like to review. I tried to exclude album's I've already discussed here, such as John Prine's Fair and Square, Lauryn Hill's MTV Unplugged, Beck's  Sea Change, SZA's Ctrl, and Dylan's Planet Waves (not including overviews of Kendrick LamarNeil YoungThe Drive By Truckers, and the great Jason Isbell). Some of these albums were youthful obsessions, others; classics I feel need revisiting.


Album
Artist
Funeral
Arcade Fire
Rubber Soul
The Beatles
The White Album
The Beatles
Rockin’ the Suburbs
Ben Folds
Silent Alarm
Bloc Party
Desire
Bob Dylan
Legend (Greatest Hits)
Bob Marley
The Undisputed Truth
Brother Ali
Nebraska
Bruce Springsteen
There’s Nothing Wrong with Love
Built to Spill
The Greatest
Cat Power
A Rush of Blood to the Head
Coldplay
Be
Common
Deja Vu
CSNY
Ghost of David
Damien Jurado
Channel Orange
Frank Ocean
In Your Honor
Foo Fighters
Strange Negotiations
David Bazan
Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
The Flaming Lips
We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes
Death Cab for Cutie
Take Care
Drake
Decoration Day
Drive By Truckers
Brighter than Creation's Dark
Drive By Truckers
Either/Or
Elliott Smith
The Score
The Fugees
Moment of Truth
Gang Starr
All Things Must Pass
George Harrison
Time (The Revelator)`
Gillian Welch
Ghost on a Canvas
Glen Campbell
Demon Days
Gorillaz
Veckatimest
Grizzly Bear
Our Endless Numbered Days
Iron and Wine
Complicated Game
James McMurty
Southeastern
Jason Isbell
Plastic Ono Band
John Lennon
Continuum
John Mayer
In the Throes
John Moreland
Fair and Square
John Prine
Cash American IV
Johnny Cash
Unknown Pleasures
Joy Division
Late Registration
Kanye West
Man on the Moon
Kid Cudi
Hot Fuss
The Killers
Houses of the Holy
Led Zeppelin
Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Modest Mouse
All Eternals Deck
The Mountain Goats
Trouble Will Find Me
The National
On the Beach
Neil Young
MTV Unplugged
Nirvana
Aquemini
Outkast
Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance
Patterson Hood
Ten
Pearl Jam
Achilles Heel
Pedro the Lion
Doolittle
Pixies
It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold us Back
Public Enemy
Automatic for the People
REM
Hail to the Thief
Radiohead
Soviet Kitsch
Regina Spektor
The Jesus Record
Rich Mullins
The Execution of All Things
Rilo Kiley
Deadringer
RJD2
Game Theory
The Roots
Epic
Sharon Van Etten
Oh, Inverted World
Shins
Bookends
Simon and Garfunkel
Siamese Dream
Smashing Pumpkins
Meat is Murder
The Smiths
Stephen Malkmus
Stephen Malkmus
Innervisions
Stevie Wonder
Carrie and Lowell
Sufjan Stevens
Shallow Grave
Tallest Man on Earth
The Eraser
Thom Yorke
Wildflowers
Tom Petty
Real Gone
Tom Waits
All That You Can’t Leave Behind
U2
Lost in a Dream
The War on Drugs
Elephant
The White Stripes
Left and Leaving
The Weatherthans
A Ghost is Born
Wilco
Red Headed Stranger
Willie Nelson
And then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out
Yo La Tengo

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