Music - The Heartbreak Realization And Subsequent Balm...

My top 20 - but NOT in order (too inebriated to sort that **** out):

1)  Grace - Jeff Buckley

2)  Siamese Dream - Smashing Pumpkins

3)  Tidal - Fiona Apple

4)  Cure for Pain - Morphine

5)  The Suburbs - Arcade Fire

6)  Brushfire Fairytails - Jack Johnson

7)  Reading, Writing & Arithmetic - The Sundays

8)  Halfworld - Splashdown

9)  Give Up - The Postal Service

10)  A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay

11)  Plans - Deathcab for Cutie

12)  Details - Frou Frou

13)  Doolittle - Pixies

14)  Stars - Everything by Stars

15)  Dry - PJ Harvey

16)  Live Through This - Hole

17)  XX - The XX

18)  Play - Moby

19)  Ani DidFranco - EVERYTHING by Miss DiFranco

20)  The Smiths - Everything by The Smiths and Morrissey

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3 Responses Feb 20, 2010

Sorry for not seeing this sooner, lottalatte, there's some great choices here! The Pixies, Nirvana and PJ Harvey are inspirational to me, and the late Jeff Buckley's 'Grace' reminds you what a huge loss he is, a beautiful voice and a light touch, beguilling, and he used to go out with Elizabeth Fraser of tthe wonderous Cocteau Twins!

All great albums.

Being a Classic Rock person I do not go by albums as much as the groups. The groups I listen to I like "all" of their stuff, such as;<br />
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Not necessarily in order-<br />
1) Led Zeppelin<br />
2) Three Dog Night<br />
3) Deep Purple<br />
4) Jefferson "Airplane"<br />
5) Aerosmith<br />
6) The Hollies<br />
7) Judas Priest<br />
8) Black Oak Arkansas<br />
9) Boston<br />
10) Bachman-Turner Overdrive<br />
11) Rolling Stones<br />
12) Free<br />
13) James Gang<br />
14) The Raspberries<br />
15) Yes<br />
16) The Eagles<br />
17) REO<br />
18) Kansas<br />
19) Bread<br />
20) Lynard Skynard