October 14, 2001
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Who cares if it's October .. I want to know what the best album you've heard this year is, I'd rate The Strokes, Radiohead's 'Amnesiac' and Squarepusher's 'Go Plastic'.
posted by mrben (96 comments total)
I liked Aerosmith's Just Push Play, it was a good way to kick off the year. The best album this year till date is the Cybernauts double CD, the live album is excellent but the 2nd disc containing the studio versions is even better. I prefer their versions over the originals.
posted by riffola at 11:47 PM on October 14, 2001

go plastic is excellent... in a similarly nerdy techno/idm vein i'd suggest Herbert's Bodily Functions, and Richie Hawtin's DE9: Closer to the edit - both fairly recent releases. The latter is slated for hyped-up overexposure, but it's definitely with good reason, as it's really a very good mix. I think pole has a newish album out too, but I can't remember which one is new. I highly suggest looking up pole too, though.
posted by chrisege at 11:48 PM on October 14, 2001

One word:

posted by Down10 at 11:53 PM on October 14, 2001

Hmmm, I can't seem to get past "My Red Hot Car" on that Squarepusher album, but my vote for best album would be Four Tet's "Pause," Herbert's "Bodily Functions," or Deltron 3030.
posted by teradome at 11:53 PM on October 14, 2001

Whoops, my bad -- Deltron is from last year. (Hard to check since they marked the CD as (c)(p) 3030... )
posted by teradome at 11:56 PM on October 14, 2001

How about Musipal by Wagon Christ, or the new Aphex Twin Album that isn't out yet officially.
posted by manero at 12:05 AM on October 15, 2001

i wasn't too impressed with the new aphex... there are some very good songs on there, but there's also a lot of filler. word is he made it a double album to more quickly get out of his contract with warp. don't get me wrong, it's definitely worth buying. but i wouldn't put it in the best albums of the year section.

that single he put out a few months back though... the 808 state remixes - that one's awesome.
posted by chrisege at 12:10 AM on October 15, 2001

I like Let's Have a Pancake by The Chandler Travis Philharmonic, don't you?
posted by gluechunk at 12:15 AM on October 15, 2001

John freakin Mayer
posted by nwduffer at 12:17 AM on October 15, 2001

tool - lateralus.
posted by aenemated at 12:22 AM on October 15, 2001

I liked the first two albums mentioned in the initial post. It took me a while to warm up to the Strokes, though.

Weezer's green album kinda let me down. The songs sounded a lot better live, though.

The album that really rocks my ass right now, though, is Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's self-titled debut. Crazy stuff.

I also got into Sparklehorse this year. The new album, "It's a Wonderful Life" is pretty durn good, but "Good Morning Spider" achieved rock-my-ass levels comparable to those reached by BRMC.
posted by MonkeyMeat at 12:25 AM on October 15, 2001

The White Stripes and of course The Faint's Danse Macabre.

And some others I took a liking too in 2001, in no particular order... Cinerama (Disco Volante), Ladytron (604), The Clientele, Pluxus, Papas Fritas (Buildings and Grounds), Idlewild (100 Broken Windows), The Strokes (Is this it?), and Fiel Garvie, (Vuka Vuka).
posted by shoepal at 12:39 AM on October 15, 2001

These albums didn't come out this year, but I discovered them this year:

Homogenic by Björk
Daisies of the Galaxy and Electro-Shock Blues by the Eels.

And manero, I second Aphex Twin.
posted by ktheory at 12:41 AM on October 15, 2001

i triple aphex twin.

buchephalus bouncing ball, anunoe?
posted by signal at 12:48 AM on October 15, 2001

Four Tet's 'Pause' and Fridge's 'Happiness', Tortoise, The Avalanches and 'Vespertine' by Bjork, as well as Slipknot and 'Confield' by Autechre.
posted by boneybaloney at 12:48 AM on October 15, 2001

For most overlooked album, and possibly best, I'd have to go with "Girls Can Tell" by Spoon... The new White Stripes album is good, but I think there last is better. There's still plenty coming out this year though, like the new (International) Noise Conspiracy.
posted by drezdn at 12:50 AM on October 15, 2001

posted by brittney at 12:51 AM on October 15, 2001

The Strokes. I listen to Is This It over and over. Daft Punk's Discovery is another favorite.
posted by Jack Torrance at 12:53 AM on October 15, 2001

i discovered arovane this year (atol scrap and tides) though i think those are both from a while ago.
posted by juv3nal at 1:03 AM on October 15, 2001

i'll second confield
though the last track bores me to tears unless i'm somehow chemically altered...
posted by juv3nal at 1:06 AM on October 15, 2001

Yep, "Girls Can Tell" is a stellar album...hope Spoon gets some more press come year end.

Strokes...I've had "Is This It" in various forms since May and its staying power has been lacking. I like it plenty, but it has nothing on:

Clinic Internal Wrangler
The New Year Newness Ends
Pernice Brothers The World Won't End
Stereolab Sound-Dust
Circulatory System s/t
Death Cab for Cutie The Photo Album

And keep an eye out for several new releases in the coming weeks from Fugazi, The Dismemberment Plan!!!, Les Savy Fav, Pulp, The Breeders, and many more...

posted by kphaley454 at 1:11 AM on October 15, 2001

i've heard a few tracks from the aphex and i have say i adore them.

thanks for the tip on herbert .. audiogalaxy allows me to sample his wares and its good stuff

interesting the comments about autechre .. their last 2 cd's i bought i've found abstract and cold beyond my obviously mainstream taste .. i loved amber though.

off to check out fridge .. keep em coming !
posted by mrben at 1:14 AM on October 15, 2001

This was a great year for records :
Community Music by Asain Dub Foudation, John Lee Hooker's last hurrah, OSC DIS by the Mad Capsule Markets, Mink Car by They Might be Giants, Low Kick & Hard Bop by Solex.... Pop by N*SYNC.......uh.....
posted by dong_resin at 1:21 AM on October 15, 2001

The one CD that has not been far from my player most of the year is Bran Van 3000's Discosis. You can only get it on import in the US though. The last two weeks have seen Goodbye Country, Hello Nightclub by Groove Armada on almost constant play.
posted by viama at 1:30 AM on October 15, 2001

I really wasn't impressed by Community Music - very worthy lyrics, but the music doesn't exactly groove, does it? Beck's Midnite Vultures and Grandaddy's Sophtware Slump were my most-played albums this year, but I have no idea when they were released. And I discovered Cracker (I'm in the UK, if that explains my previous ignorance), who rock in a reassuring kind of way. Can't say it's been the best of years for new music. Maybe because I still haven't bought anything by Squarepusher (and the new Herbie Hancock looks pretty good)...
posted by andrew cooke at 1:34 AM on October 15, 2001

No question, Herbert's "Bodily Functions" is my Album of the Year. Herbert was also my Concert of the Year.
posted by arf at 1:54 AM on October 15, 2001

Muse's Origin of Symmetry.
posted by rory at 1:59 AM on October 15, 2001

I second arovane, juv3nal. Those 2 albums are from last year, just comps etc. this year. This year I guess couch's latest. I've been listening to Bardo Pond lately, and I bet Dilate would be up there, when I hear it. Also, New Medium Softpack by Jean Michel.
posted by aflakete at 2:11 AM on October 15, 2001

ADF's Community Music will grow on you.
I felt bored by it at first, but it works over time into the soft bits of your head, like... uh..... meat weevils.

Also, I left out Iggy Pop's latest, Beat 'Em Up,
which I was really impressed by. The old man kicks ass, plain and simple.
posted by dong_resin at 2:13 AM on October 15, 2001

U2's All That You Can't Leave Behind
posted by arrowhead at 2:15 AM on October 15, 2001

I like the new Groove Armada album as well, and, I have to admit, the Moulin Rouge album. I won't let anyone tell the The Tango Roxanne isn't a work of genius. Anyway, this bit of music news cheered me up no end. Kylie keeps Michael Jackson off the top spot. Go Kylie.
posted by Summer at 2:55 AM on October 15, 2001

spearhead's Stay Human. zero7's Simple Things. roots mannuva's Run Come Save Me. Ignoring these albums for but one listen is a crime :)
posted by elphTeq at 2:59 AM on October 15, 2001

Nick Cave's No More Shall We Part. And My Insane Lust for Pancakes Knows No Bounds, by the MeFiMob.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 3:15 AM on October 15, 2001

Spiritualized - Let It Come Down
Sparklehorse - Its A Wonderful Life
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (from what I've heard on their website)
posted by hipstertrash at 5:05 AM on October 15, 2001

Leonard Cohen's Ten New Songs is good.
posted by MiguelCardoso at 5:10 AM on October 15, 2001

Lumen- "The man felt an iron hand ..."
Indie rock carnival music. No words and an accordian. Intimate and beautiful. A descendent of A Minor Forest.
posted by foist at 5:11 AM on October 15, 2001

My votes go to:

Mum "Yesterday Was Dramatic...Today Is OK"
The Avalanches "Since I Left You"
Herbert "Bodily Functions".

Herbert might also have been my show of the year, I had tickets for it and everything. It was scheduled to take place on the night of 9/11, at the Knitting Factory - about 10 blocks north of the World Trade Center. Needless to say, it was cancelled.
posted by skwm at 5:13 AM on October 15, 2001

Everyone in who loves music and songs and heartbreak and EVERYTHING should have a look at The Frames - "For the Birds". A fantastic album by a sadly underated Irish band... They're touring the states very shortly and if you get chance to see them then please do. It will change your life. I honestly can't recommend them enough... without a doubt probably the bestest live band you will ever see.
posted by Mr Ed at 5:19 AM on October 15, 2001

nice one mrben, i should have thought of this when i reached a dry spot for audiogalaxy download ideas. i only buy 'the best'. anyhoo, see if i can remember any of the albums i have bought this year...
not including compilations, i take it.
yer electronica
yer miscelaneous
pepe deluxe
nortec collective
bebel gilberto
*memory cuts out*
i would agree that the four tet album is rather nice, as is the much hyped zero7.
saw spiritualized on jools holland performing 'let it come down' last saturday - v. impressive.
which reminds me, how could i forget sigur ros?
posted by asok at 6:00 AM on October 15, 2001

Anything Calexico releases.
posted by machaus at 6:05 AM on October 15, 2001

i was looking forward to the new spiritualized and mercury rev albums, but haven't been listening to them much since i've got them. in large part because i can't stop listening to "the glow" pt. 2 by the microphones. brittle stars is really really good, too. (just found out about them from anewnoise.) oh and the beta band's hot shots II.

anyone know about super furry animals' rings around the world?
posted by kliuless at 6:09 AM on October 15, 2001

For indie rock one-stop shopping, you can't beat Col. Jeffrey Pumpernickel: A Concept Album. Such luminaries as Quasi, Helium, Guided by Voices, Poster Children, Grandaddy, and others each composed a song for the overarching theme, which has something to do with allergies, robots, and rebirth.
posted by whuppy at 6:15 AM on October 15, 2001

didn't really buy current stuff this year... but i guess my picks are

boa - twilight
nelly furtado - whoa, nelly! (genius title!)
ani difranco - revelling and reckoning
posted by lotsofno at 6:20 AM on October 15, 2001

posted by lotsofno at 6:23 AM on October 15, 2001

Well it certainly isn't System of a Down's "Toxicity"...wasted a perfectly good $12 on it yesterday. I only like two of the tracks.

I'm gonna try Lateralus next (that's Tool, for the uninitiated). From what I've heard, that should be better.

I'm also thinking of picking up Alien Ant Farm's album, just 'cause I like their remake of that Michael Jackson song. Anyone know what the rest of that album's like?
posted by CrayDrygu at 6:26 AM on October 15, 2001

I wasn't a big fan of Captain Pumpernickel . Amnesiac was good, but a disappointment. The best albums of the year, so far? Pedro the Lion's It's Hard to Find a Friend, and Mogwai's Rock Action.

(I'm also trying to track down that Frames album, since reading the review at Splendid.)
posted by Marquis at 6:27 AM on October 15, 2001

bardo pond and spiritualized get my top votes for the year, then again, I didnt buy meny cds this year, or download them either
posted by jasonspaceman at 6:53 AM on October 15, 2001

Echoing some of the above sentiments, I would say it's so far a five-way (!) tie between

Mum - "Yesterday Was Dramatic, Today is OK"

Lift To Experience - "The Texas Jerusalem Crossroads"

Avalanches - "Since I Left You"

Fridge - "Happiness"

Four Tet - "Pause"
posted by almostcool at 6:53 AM on October 15, 2001

Some of my favorites have already been named, but I'll add a few genre favorites:

House-ish, Techno/Dance: Rooty, by Basement Jaxx.

Icelandik Radiohead: Agaetis Byrjun, by Sigur Ros.

And everything by Modest Mouse, who I hadn't discovered until this year.
posted by gramcracker at 6:54 AM on October 15, 2001

Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Probably the best unreleased album of all time. They're streaming the whole thing here. Great article from the Chicago Tribune here (requires free registration like the New York Times).
posted by elvissinatra at 7:06 AM on October 15, 2001

So far, it's a tie between Rufus Wainwright's Poses and Mates of State's My Solo Project (released last year, but I only hear it this year). Runners up include Ben Folds' Rockin' the Suburbs, Hawksley Workman's For Him and the Girls, Linus of Hollywood's Let Yourself Be Happy, Paul Simon's You're the One, and Weezer's Green Album.
posted by waxpancake at 7:13 AM on October 15, 2001

Right now; System of a Down's, Toxicity is the most listened to (for me) album that I own this year so far.
posted by Qambient at 7:19 AM on October 15, 2001

John Vanderslice's "Time Travel Is Lonely" is sure to rank near the top of my year-end list. Others I like:

Sloan, Pretty Together
Death Cab For Cutie, The Photo Album
Pernice Brothers, The World Won't End
The Dismemberment Plan, Change
Gillian Welch, Time (The Revelator)
Andrew Bird's Bowl Of Fire, The Swimming Hour
posted by dayan at 7:23 AM on October 15, 2001

Prefuse/73's Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives get's my vote. Squarepusher's "Go Plastic" was good, but he's definitely done better.
posted by misterioso at 7:31 AM on October 15, 2001

forgot about the langley schools music project!

The Langley Schools Music Project is a 60-voice chorus of rural school children from western Canada, untrained but captivated by melodic magic, singing tunes by the Beach Boys, Paul McCartney, David Bowie, The Bay City Rollers, and others. The students accompany themselves with the shimmering gamelan chimes of Orff percussion, and elemental rock trimmings arranged by their itinerant music teacher, Hans Fenger.
posted by kliuless at 7:49 AM on October 15, 2001

posted by Niahmas at 7:59 AM on October 15, 2001

Came out last year, but: Luomo's Vocalcity.
posted by lbergstr at 8:00 AM on October 15, 2001

All bets are off tomorrow
posted by hipstertrash at 9:07 AM on October 15, 2001

Thunderball's Scorpio Rising
posted by techgnollogic at 9:11 AM on October 15, 2001

Not a lot of hip-hop music on this thread, so I'll mention Cannibal Ox -- The Cold Vein. It's one of the best hip-hop albums of the last two years.

And on the 'intelligent dance music' front Lesser and his album Mensa Dance Squad put squarepusher to shame.
posted by muta at 9:15 AM on October 15, 2001

Just yesterday I discovered Cybertribe's Immortality. It was on one of the listening stations at my local Barnes & Noble and I was immediately enthralled. Bought it, listened to it, fell in love with it.

According to the jacket it's "Trance/Electronica." If you say so--I have absolutely no exposure to trance, so I have no idea whether this album is typical of the genre or not. What I really enjoy about this album is the incorporation of the digeridoo and the South American pipes (that I can never remember the name of) with more contemporary instruments/beats.
posted by DevilsAdvocate at 9:32 AM on October 15, 2001

White Stripes, both De Stijl (not technically from this year, I believe) and White Blood Cells.
Sigur Ros.
David Byrne, Look Into the Eyeball, is great tuneful fun.
This band called My Morning Jacket has a great song, "The Way That He Sings."
But lack of money + the pleasures of audiogalaxy have seriously fractured my listening habits, and I find myself listening more to songs than new albums from 2001. So for me the very best music still predates Jan. 1, and much probably, say, 1980? (i.e., Louis Armstrong, Robert Johnson, Ray Charles, John Coltrane, etc. etc.)
posted by nedlog at 9:35 AM on October 15, 2001

+ Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire, The Swimming Hour -- easily one of the best albums I've heard this year.
+ OK GO released two untitled EPs this year, both excellent. They're in the studio recording the full-length, and they're on tour with They Might Be Giants.
+On the retro tip, Bob Dylan's Love and Theft is pretty damn good.

I second Sigur Ros, plus another vote for Bjork.
posted by me3dia at 9:40 AM on October 15, 2001

New Order Get Ready
posted by todds at 10:07 AM on October 15, 2001

Can't say I have a final opinion yet, being that Dave Matthews Band's "Live In Chicago" doesn't come out for another 12 days.

Weezer was OK but doesn't approach the blue album, Aerosmith's "Just Push Play" was also a buy that I don't regret, and while not great it was a welcome break from the thick fog of girly-pop and boy-band junk we seem to be buried in these days.
posted by tomorama at 10:13 AM on October 15, 2001

in no particular order...

bjork - vespertine
rufus wainwright - poses
the strokes - is this it?
mogwai - rock action

weezer was a letdown. garbage was pretty good. craig david isn't too bad either.
posted by jerseygirl at 10:22 AM on October 15, 2001

and Sigur Ros. I agree with that one too!
posted by jerseygirl at 10:23 AM on October 15, 2001

Amen to Rufus Wainwright and Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Seriously, go listen to the audio stream from Wilco's web site (link posted above). It's one damn fine album.
posted by jnthnjng at 10:47 AM on October 15, 2001

Tool - Lateralus
Oysterhead - The Grand Pecking Order
posted by jbelshaw at 10:57 AM on October 15, 2001

Jay-Z's The Blueprint
posted by Beefheart at 10:58 AM on October 15, 2001

Ryan Adams - Gold
Bob Dylan - Love and Theft
New Order - Get Ready
Sam Phillips - Fan Dance
Eddie Reader - Simple Soul
Pete Yorn - Musicforthemorningafter
Joseph Arthur - Come to Where I'm From
posted by chainring at 11:01 AM on October 15, 2001

Here's my Best of 2001 list so far (and it's only October!):

Jay Farrar - Sebastopol
Tim Eriksen - Tim Eriksen
Anders Osborne - Ash Wednesday Blues
Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys - Happytown
Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator)
Thad Cockrell & the Starlite Country Band - Stack of Dreams
Spencer Bohren - Carry the Word
Kermit Ruffins - 1533 St. Philip St.
The Old 97s - Satellite Rides
Blind Boys of Alabama - Spirit of the Century
Red Meat - Alameda County Line
"Songcatcher" - Original Soundtrack
Beausoleil - Looking Back Tomorrow
Zachary Richard - Coeur Fidele
Rufus Wainwright - Poses
posted by chuq at 11:25 AM on October 15, 2001

I am really digging Mercury Rev's All is Dream.
posted by catatonic at 11:32 AM on October 15, 2001

Explosions in the Sky - Those who tell the truth shall die, those who tell the truth shall live forever

Charlatans (UK) - Wonderland

Spiritualized - Let it Come Down

Daniel G. Harmann and Graig Markel - Failures in Motion (EP being released later this year)
posted by TiggleTaggleTiger at 12:01 PM on October 15, 2001

Here's my Best of 2001 list so far (and it's only October!):

Jay Farrar - Sebastopol
Tim Eriksen - Tim Eriksen
Anders Osborne - Ash Wednesday Blues
Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys - Happytown
Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator)
Thad Cockrell & the Starlite Country Band - Stack of Dreams
Spencer Bohren - Carry the Word
Kermit Ruffins - 1533 St. Philip St.
The Old 97s - Satellite Rides
Blind Boys of Alabama - Spirit of the Century
Red Meat - Alameda County Line
"Songcatcher" - Original Soundtrack
Beausoleil - Looking Back Tomorrow
Zachary Richard - Coeur Fidèle
Rufus Wainwright - Poses
posted by chuq at 12:20 PM on October 15, 2001

(Whoops, sorry for the double post. Can someone fax me some caffeine?)
posted by chuq at 12:22 PM on October 15, 2001

Gridlock - Trace
posted by mkn at 12:38 PM on October 15, 2001

Great thread!
Ditto on: Jon Vanderslice, Bjork, The Whitestripes, Spoon, Death Cab for Cutie

See also:
The Shins "Oh, Inverted World" - Amazing pop songs
Stephen Malkmus
posted by Vek at 1:02 PM on October 15, 2001

I can't disagree more with The Strokes. The Strokes = boy band for hipsters....

Okay, finished being crass. But I really dig The Shins album, Oh Inverted World. Been listening to a lot of Manu Chao, even though I don't know what the hell he's talking about a lot of the time. And it's mentioned above, but Mercury Rev's All is Dream is a hauntingly beautiful album.
posted by emptyage at 1:04 PM on October 15, 2001

Ass clowns! The D reigns supreme! If you don't know about them, I HIGHLY suggest you check em out.
Other great albums were:
Bob Dylan - Love and Theft
Clem Snide - The Ghost of Fashion
Stephen Malkmus- self titled
Ben Folds - Rockin the Suburbs
and I wish that stupid Wilco would come out.
posted by dig_duggler at 3:29 PM on October 15, 2001

whoops. That should be Tenacious D . First time for a link, and I f'd up.
posted by dig_duggler at 3:41 PM on October 15, 2001

The D reigns supreme!

Well, they only came to kick some ass.
posted by yerfatma at 3:59 PM on October 15, 2001

My first dozen or so thoughts are already listed above, so I'm just going to add Laptop's "The Old Me vs. The New You" to the list.
posted by yerfatma at 4:01 PM on October 15, 2001

proem's negativ on n5md. very VERY moving idm/braindance/whatever.
posted by atom128 at 5:01 PM on October 15, 2001

mrben, may i suggest 'crackpot' from melbourne, if you haven't heard them yet. the work of the excellent dj ransom and friends. also ransom's cd 'physics of freestyle' on totem.
posted by asok at 5:02 PM on October 15, 2001

hear here, asok! best DJ mix album of the year t'b'sure t'b'sure. .... Two Dogs, also a ransom deal [well, some], is Australia's best offering for hiphop this year :')
posted by elphTeq at 5:33 PM on October 15, 2001

for purely selfish reasons i'm loving this thread .. plus it also once again proves the paranoid music industry wrong .. for me and seemingly many people mp3 has become a try before you buy medium ..

especially as smaller cooler shops are being pushed out by hmv and tower where you can't ask the assistant's advice or listen to lots of cd's before buying.

cheers guys you've made my week.
(also thanks asok i'll check those guys out today)
posted by mrben at 5:45 PM on October 15, 2001

Machine Head - Supercharger
The Project Hate MCMXCIX - When We Are Done Your Flesh Will Be Ours
posted by Dark Messiah at 6:40 PM on October 15, 2001

dashboard confessional, places you have come to fear the most.

and the shins, oh the shins. hometown boys mentioned in spin as "the only rockin band to come out of albuquerque."

which, i might disagree with. but they do rock.
posted by sugarfish at 7:54 PM on October 15, 2001

Rae & Christian - Sleep Walking (Grand Central)
Various - The Braindance Coincidence (AFX's label)
Various - Xen Cuts (Ninja Tune)
posted by davehat at 8:08 PM on October 15, 2001

This has been a fascinating and informative thread. I didn't know Cake had a new album, and I've been trying to remember Rufus Wainwright's damn name so I could purchase. I'm not really into any music that came out this year. I'm still spending a lot of time with music from last year.
Shiner - starless (this is my current favorite for a couple of months now)
Promise Ring - Very Emergency!
Jets to Brazil - Four Cornered Night
Paloalto - Paloalto (Even though they are very derivitive of Bends era Radiohead)

I have yet to really listen to Amnesiac, but that's one I'm sure I'll like.

Shiner's new album will be out very soon, so I've still hope that something I like will be out this year. Is Peter Gabriel EVER going to release Up?
posted by tcobretti at 8:31 PM on October 15, 2001

Agaetis Byrjun, Sigur Ros' masterwork, was released at the very beginning of 2000. It made most critics' lists last year, and although it was only picked up by a major North American label this summer (it was previously distributed here by Bubblecore), I would say that it's ineligible for the "Best of 2001" spot.
posted by Marquis at 11:36 PM on October 15, 2001

Jack Johnson and Amnesiac... Also Ben Fold's new one, the new Tenacious D, Weezer always rocks, and you can't forget about the new Jay-Z! hahah
No, but really - check out Jack Johnson if you've never heard him...
posted by zerotype at 9:27 AM on October 16, 2001

*checks date on Agaetis Byrjun*
Marquis gets the $10!
posted by asok at 5:06 PM on October 16, 2001

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