Here is #11-#20 for MW2K.
The list is somewhat getting better.
So check out this list of the decade of 2000-2009.
- Think Tank – Blur (2003)
- How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb – U2 (2004)
- ( ) – Sigur Ros (2002)
- Simple Things – Zero 7 (2001)
- Glory Hope Mountain – The Acorn (2007)
- Absolution – Muse (2003)
- Viva La Vida – Coldplay (2008)
- Neon Bible – The Arcade Fire (2007)
- Soft Airplane – Chad Vangaalen (2008)
Overall great album but be warn some tracks has dark overtones about death.
- Digital Ash In A Digital Urn – Bright Eyes (2005)
A change and only last album by Blur from this decade. Big departure with the sound and member since Graham Coxon left because of creative differences.
Best tracks are Ambulance, Good Song and Me, White Noise
This was the start of the commercialization of U2. Look at the iPod ad they did for Vertigo. But you can’t help but not love that song.
Best tracks are Vertigo, Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own, City Of Blinding Lights and Fast Cars (bonus track in the UK import).
One of the most unique and intriguing albums to come out in this decade. First heard Untitled #1 (aka Vaka) on XFM when Ottawa had it ages ago.
It was bizarre and haunting at first but listening (never listen to it alone at night) to this album made me fell in love with this band.
Best tracks are Vaka and the Pop Song.
When I first heard this album, fell in love with the great chill out atmosphere of their music. Made you feel like flying to their music.
Best tracks are Destiny, Distractions, In The Waiting Line and End Themes.
This album got them into Canadian critics darling list and putting them on the indie spotlight for Canada. Part concept, this album shows what the Acorn can achieve with their music.
Best tracks are Flood Pt 1 and 2, Glory, Oh Napoleon, Low Gravity, Antenna and Lullaby (Mountain)
Follow up to the massive and critical acclaim Funeral. The band did it again with Neon Bible. A tight and bigger production in sound and lyrics.
Best tracks are Black Mirror, Neon Bible, Intervention, Black Wave/Bad Vibrations and No Cars Go.
Best tracks are Willow Tree, Bones of Man, Bare feet on wet griptape, Rabid Bits of Time and Frozen Energon.
I think Conor was trying to be Radiohead in this album and it totally works.
This is more of the electronic side of Bright Eye.
Best tracks are Time Code, Gold Mine Gutted, Arc of Time, Take It Easy (Love Nothing) and Easy/Lucky/Free.