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Name:Top 100 albums of the 1990s (Lossy mp3 VBR Pitchforkmedia)

Total Size: 7.67 GB

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01 - Radiohead - (1997) - OK Computer (Size: 7.23 GB) (Files: 1467)

 01 - Radiohead - (1997) - OK Computer

  01 - Airbag.mp3

7.92 MB

  02 - Paranoid Android.mp3

8.95 MB

  03 - Subterranean Homesick Alien.mp3

6.66 MB

  04 - Exit Music (For A Film).mp3

5.23 MB

  05 - Let Down.mp3

8.29 MB

  06 - Karma Police.mp3

6.23 MB

  07 - Fitter Happier.mp3

2.52 MB

  08 - Electioneering.mp3

6.05 MB

  09 - Climbing Up The Walls.mp3

6.98 MB

  10 - No Surprises.mp3

5.52 MB

  11 - Lucky.mp3

5.85 MB

  12 - The Tourist.mp3

6.95 MB

  OK Computer.log

3.53 KB

  Radiohead - OK Computer.m3u

0.77 KB

 02 - My Bloody Valentine - (1991) - Loveless

  01 - Only Shallow.mp3

5.57 MB

  02 - Loomer.mp3

3.91 MB

  03 - Touched.mp3

1.33 MB

  04 - To Here Knows When.mp3

7.37 MB

  05 - When You Sleep.mp3

5.56 MB

  06 - I Only Said.mp3

8.68 MB

  07 - Come In Alone.mp3

5.57 MB

  08 - Sometimes.mp3

8.52 MB

  09 - Blown A Wish.mp3

4.45 MB

  10 - What You Want.mp3

7.46 MB

  11 - Soon.mp3

9.20 MB

  Loveless.log

2.92 KB

  Loveless.m3u

0.47 KB

 03 - The Flaming Lips - (1999) - The Soft Bulletin

  01 - Race For The Prize [Remix].mp3

5.77 MB

  02 - A Spoonful Weighs A Ton.mp3

5.13 MB

  03 - The Spark That Bled.mp3

7.58 MB

  04 - The Spiderbite Song.mp3

4.96 MB

  05 - Buggin' [Remix].mp3

4.77 MB

  06 - What Is The Light_.mp3

4.78 MB

  07 - The Observer.mp3

5.53 MB

  08 - Waitin' For A Superman.mp3

4.68 MB

  09 - Suddenly Everthing Has Changed.mp3

5.20 MB

  10 - The Gash.mp3

5.59 MB

  11 - Feeling Yourself Disintegrate.mp3

6.96 MB

  12 - Sleeping On The Roof.mp3

3.63 MB

  13 - Race For The Prize.mp3

7.58 MB

  14 - Waitin' For A Superman [Remix].mp3

5.78 MB

 04 - Neutral Milk Hotel - (1998) - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

  01 - The King Of Carrot Flowers, Pt. 1.mp3

2.79 MB

  02 - King Of Carrot Flowers, Pts. 2-3.mp3

4.52 MB

  03 - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea.mp3

5.16 MB

  04 - Two-Headed Boy.mp3

4.51 MB

  05 - The Fool.mp3

2.56 MB

  06 - Holland, 1945.mp3

5.68 MB

  07 - Communist Daughter.mp3

2.95 MB

  08 - Oh Comely.mp3

7.83 MB

  09 - Ghost.mp3

6.13 MB

  10 - [Untitled].mp3

3.70 MB

  11 - Two-Headed Boy, Pt. 2.mp3

4.87 MB

 05 - Pavement - (1992) - Slanted & Enchanted

  01 - Summer Babe [Winter Version].mp3

5.47 MB

  02 - Trigger Cut_Wounded Kite At_ 17.mp3

5.67 MB

  03 - No Life Singed Her.mp3

3.45 MB

  04 - In The Mouth A Desert.mp3

6.56 MB

  05 - Conduit For Sale!.mp3

4.90 MB

  06 - Zurich Is Stained.mp3

2.81 MB

  07 - Chesley's Little Wrists.mp3

2.02 MB

  08 - Loretta's Scars.mp3

4.81 MB

  09 - Here.mp3

6.42 MB

  10 - Two States.mp3

2.92 MB

  11 - Perfume V.mp3

3.69 MB

  12 - Fame Throwa.mp3

5.74 MB

  13 - Jackals, False Grails_ The Lonesome Era.mp3

5.72 MB

  14 - Our Singer.mp3

5.34 MB

 06 - Nirvana - (1991) - Nevermind

  01 - Smells Like Teen Spirit.mp3

7.76 MB

  02 - In Bloom.mp3

6.84 MB

  03 - Come As You Are.mp3

5.27 MB

  04 - Breed.mp3

4.97 MB

  05 - Lithium.mp3

6.49 MB

  06 - Polly.mp3

3.47 MB

  07 - Territorial Pissings.mp3

3.99 MB

  08 - Drain You.mp3

6.08 MB

  09 - Lounge Act.mp3

3.87 MB

  10 - Stay Away.mp3

5.35 MB

  11 - On A Plain.mp3

5.03 MB

  12 - Something In The Way.mp3

17.14 MB

  Nevermind.log

3.14 KB

  Nirvana - Nevermind.m3u

0.38 KB

 07 - DJ Shadow - (1996) - Endtroducing

  01 - Best Foot Forward.mp3

1.04 MB

  02 - Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt.mp3

8.23 MB

  03 - The Number Song.mp3

5.80 MB

  04 - Changeling.mp3

8.91 MB

  05 - What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 4.mp3

6.98 MB

  06 - [Untitled].mp3

594.00 KB

  07 - Stem_Long Stem.mp3

12.77 MB

  08 - Mutual Slump.mp3

4.50 MB

  09 - Organ Donor.mp3

2.33 MB

  10 - Why Hip Hop Sucks In '96.mp3

1.13 MB

  11 - Midnight In A Perfect World.mp3

7.44 MB

  12 - Napalm Brain_Scatter Brain.mp3

12.02 MB

  13 - What Does Your Soul Look Like, Pt. 1_ Blue Sky Revisit.mp3

8.78 MB

  DJ Shadow - Endtroducing......m3u

1.16 KB

  Endtroducing......log

3.95 KB

 08 - Pavement - (1994) - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

  01 - Silence Kit.mp3

4.21 MB

  02 - Elevate Me Later.mp3

4.24 MB

  03 - Stop Breathin.mp3

6.08 MB

  04 - Cut Your Hair.mp3

4.48 MB

  05 - Newark Wilder.mp3

5.29 MB

  06 - Unfair.mp3

4.05 MB

  07 - Gold Soundz.mp3

3.75 MB

  08 - 5 - 4 = Unity.mp3

3.08 MB

  09 - Range Life.mp3

7.34 MB

  10 - Heaven's A Truck.mp3

3.13 MB

  11 - Hit The Plane Down.mp3

5.19 MB

  12 - Fillmore Jive.mp3

9.41 MB

  Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.log

3.69 KB

  Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.m3u

0.72 KB

 09 - Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - (1999) - I See a Darkness

  01 - A Minor Place.mp3

3.69 MB

  02 - Nomadic Revery (All Around).mp3

3.76 MB

  03 - I See A Darkness.mp3

4.78 MB

  04 - Another Day Full Of Dread.mp3

3.24 MB

  05 - Death To Everyone.mp3

4.26 MB

  06 - Knockturne.mp3

2.55 MB

  07 - Madeleine-Mary.mp3

2.86 MB

  08 - Song For The New Breed.mp3

3.66 MB

  09 - Today I Was An Evil One.mp3

3.02 MB

  10 - Black.mp3

2.99 MB

  11 - Raining In Darling.mp3

2.00 MB

 10 - Guided By Voices - (1994) - Bee Thousand

  01 - Hardcore Ufos.mp3

3.16 MB

  02 - Buzzards And Dreadful Crows.mp3

3.05 MB

  03 - Tractor Rape Chain.mp3

5.17 MB

  05 - Hot Freaks.mp3

2.80 MB

  06 - Smothered In Hugs.mp3

5.12 MB

  07 - Yours To Keep.mp3

1.89 MB

  08 - Echos Myron.mp3

4.18 MB

  09 - Gold Star For Robot Boy.mp3

2.69 MB

  10 - Awful Bliss.mp3

2.01 MB

  11 - Mincer Ray.mp3

3.76 MB

  12 - A Big Fan Of The Pigpen.mp3

3.49 MB

  14 - Her Psychology Today.mp3

3.18 MB

  15 - Kicker Of Elves.mp3

1.75 MB

  16 - Ester's Day.mp3

2.90 MB

  17 - Demons Are Real.mp3

1.25 MB

  18 - I Am A Scientist.mp3

3.67 MB

  19 - Peep-Hole.mp3

2.13 MB

  20 - You're Not An Airplane.mp3

834.00 KB

  Bee Thousand.log

4.83 KB

  Bee Thousand.m3u

0.93 KB

 100 - The Orb - (1991) - The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld

  101 - Little Fluffy Clouds.mp3

6.11 MB

  102 - Earth (Gaia).mp3

13.79 MB

  103 - Supernova At The End Of The Universe.mp3

16.43 MB

  104 - Back Side Of The Moon.mp3

19.56 MB

  105 - Spanish Castles In Space.mp3

20.76 MB

  201 - Perpetual Dawn.mp3

13.35 MB

  202 - Into The Fourth Dimension_ Essenes In Starlight.mp3

12.73 MB

  203 - Outlands.mp3

11.95 MB

  204 - Star 6 & 7 8 9.mp3

11.42 MB

  205 - A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ult.mp3

25.94 MB

 11 - Talk Talk - (1991) - Laughing Stock

  01 - Myrrhman.mp3

7.06 MB

  02 - Ascension Day.mp3

6.90 MB

  03 - After The Flood.mp3

11.18 MB

  04 - Taphead.mp3

9.43 MB

  05 - New Grass.mp3

10.74 MB

  06 - Runeii.mp3

6.43 MB

  Laughing Stock.log

2.11 KB

  Talk Talk - Laughing Stock.m3u

0.34 KB

 12 - Slint - (1991) - Spiderland

  01 - Breadcrumb Trail.mp3

7.82 MB

  02 - Nosferatu Man.mp3

7.81 MB

  03 - Don, Aman.mp3

9.22 MB

  04 - Washer.mp3

12.24 MB

  05 - For Dinner....mp3

6.91 MB

  06 - Good Morning Captain.mp3

10.30 MB

  Slint - Spiderland.m3u

0.19 KB

  Spiderland.log

1.90 KB

 13 - Nirvana - (1993) - In Utero

  01 - Serve The Servants.mp3

5.61 MB

  02 - Scentless Apprentice.mp3

5.94 MB

  03 - Heart Shaped Box.mp3

6.97 MB

  04 - Rape Me.mp3

4.22 MB

  05 - Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle.mp3

6.44 MB

  06 - Dumb.mp3

3.55 MB

  07 - Very Ape.mp3

2.92 MB

  08 - Milk It.mp3

5.91 MB

  09 - Pennyroyal Tea.mp3

4.78 MB

  10 - Radio Friendly Unit Shifter.mp3

7.61 MB

  11 - Tourette's.mp3

2.48 MB

  12 - All Apologies.mp3

5.69 MB

  In Utero.log

3.18 KB

  Nirvana - In Utero.m3u

0.43 KB

 14 - Belle & Sebastian - (1996) - If You're Feeling Sinister

  01 - The Stars Of Track And Field.mp3

6.07 MB

  02 - Seeing Other People.mp3

4.67 MB

  03 - Me And The Major.mp3

5.57 MB

  04 - Like Dylan In The Movies.mp3

5.81 MB

  05 - The Fox In The Snow.mp3

5.54 MB

  06 - Get Me Away From Here, I'm Dying.mp3

3.91 MB

  07 - If You're Feeling Sinister.mp3

6.89 MB

  08 - Mayfly.mp3

4.89 MB

  09 - The Boy Done Wrong Again.mp3

4.96 MB

  10 - Judy And The Dream Of Horses.mp3

5.08 MB

  If You're Feeling Sinister.log

2.86 KB

  If You're Feeling Sinister.m3u

0.52 KB

 15 - Radiohead - (1995) - The Bends

  01 - Planet Telex.mp3

6.88 MB

  02 - The Bends.mp3

6.36 MB

  03 - High And Dry.mp3

6.50 MB

  04 - Fake Plastic Trees.mp3

6.68 MB

  05 - Bones.mp3

5.18 MB

  06 - (Nice Dream).mp3

5.76 MB

  07 - Just.mp3

6.26 MB

  08 - My Iron Lung.mp3

6.96 MB

  09 - Bullet Proof...I Wish I Was.mp3

5.10 MB

  10 - Black Star.mp3

6.54 MB

  11 - Sulk.mp3

6.37 MB

  12 - Street Spirit (Fade Out).mp3

6.55 MB

  The Bends.log

2.77 KB

  The Bends.m3u

0.41 KB

 16 - The Dismemberment Plan - (1999) - Emergency & I

  01 - A Life Of Possibilities.mp3

7.10 MB

  02 - Memory Machine.mp3

4.60 MB

  03 - What Do You Want Me To Say_.mp3

7.33 MB

  04 - Spider In The Snow.mp3

6.12 MB

  05 - The Jitters.mp3

6.19 MB

  06 - I Love A Magician.mp3

5.01 MB

  07 - You Are Invited.mp3

6.91 MB

  08 - Gyroscope.mp3

4.14 MB

  09 - The City.mp3

7.18 MB

  10 - Girl O'Clock.mp3

5.06 MB

  11 - 8½ Minutes.mp3

5.01 MB

  12 - Back And Forth.mp3

7.98 MB

  Emergency & I.log

3.17 KB

  Emergency & I.m3u

0.60 KB

 17 - Public Enemy - (1990) - Fear of A Black Planet

  01 - Contract On The World Love Jam [Instrumental].mp3

1.90 MB

  02 - Brothers Gonna Work It Out.mp3

7.36 MB

  03 - 911 Is A Joke.mp3

4.33 MB

  04 - Incident At 66.6 FM [Instrumental].mp3

1.94 MB

  05 - Welcome To The Terrordome.mp3

8.51 MB

  06 - Meet The G That Killed Me.mp3

816.00 KB

  07 - Pollywanacraka.mp3

5.07 MB

  08 - Anti-Nigger Machine.mp3

2.86 MB

  09 - Burn Hollywood Burn.mp3

3.46 MB

  10 - Power To The People.mp3

5.31 MB

  11 - Who Stole The Soul_.mp3

5.10 MB

  12 - Fear Of A Black Planet.mp3

4.60 MB

  13 - Revolutionary Generation.mp3

6.35 MB

  14 - Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man.mp3

3.50 MB

  15 - Reggie Jax.mp3

1.94 MB

  16 - Leave This Off Your Fu_Kin Charts [Instrumental].mp3

3.23 MB

  17 - B Side Wins Again.mp3

4.76 MB

  18 - War At 33 1_3.mp3

2.60 MB

  19 - Final Count Of The Collison Between Us And The Damned [Instrumental].mp3

962.00 KB

  20 - Fight The Power.mp3

6.47 MB

  Fear of A Black Planet.log

5.87 KB

  Public Enemy - Fear of A Black Planet.m3u

1.66 KB

 18 - Smashing Pumpkins - (1993) - Siamese Dream

  01 - Cherub Rock.mp3

8.28 MB

  02 - Quiet.mp3

6.15 MB

  03 - Today.mp3

5.54 MB

  04 - Hummer.mp3

11.61 MB

  05 - Rocket.mp3

6.81 MB

  06 - Disarm.mp3

5.51 MB

  07 - Soma.mp3

10.99 MB

  08 - Geek U.S.A..mp3

8.75 MB

  09 - Mayonaise.mp3

9.66 MB

  10 - Spaceboy.mp3

7.42 MB

  11 - Silverfuck.mp3

14.48 MB

  12 - Sweet Sweet.mp3

2.73 MB

  13 - Luna.mp3

5.53 MB

 19 - Beck - (1996) - Odelay

  01 - Devils Haircut.mp3

4.46 MB

  02 - Hotwax.mp3

5.66 MB

  03 - Lord Only Knows.mp3

6.42 MB

  04 - The New Pollution.mp3

5.80 MB

  05 - Derelict.mp3

5.99 MB

  06 - Novacane.mp3

7.13 MB

  07 - Jack-Ass.mp3

5.64 MB

  08 - Where It's At.mp3

8.59 MB

  09 - Minus.mp3

3.89 MB

  10 - Sissyneck.mp3

5.67 MB

  11 - Readymade.mp3

4.11 MB

  12 - High 5 (Rock The Catskills).mp3

6.12 MB

  13 - Ramshackle.mp3

7.48 MB

  Odelay.log

2.98 KB

  Odelay.m3u

0.37 KB

 20 - Björk - (1995) - Post

  01 - Army Of Me.mp3

5.55 MB

  02 - Hyper-Ballad.mp3

7.19 MB

  03 - The Modern Things.mp3

5.09 MB

  04 - It's Oh So Quiet.mp3

4.55 MB

  05 - Enjoy.mp3

5.62 MB

  06 - You've Been Flirting Again.mp3

2.96 MB

  07 - Isobel.mp3

7.02 MB

  08 - Possibly Maybe.mp3

6.74 MB

  09 - I Miss You.mp3

4.94 MB

  10 - Cover Me.mp3

2.89 MB

  11 - Headphones.mp3

6.91 MB

  Post.log

2.44 KB

  Post.m3u

0.33 KB

 21 - Björk - (1997) - Homogenic

  01 - Hunter.mp3

6.39 MB

  02 - Joga.mp3

7.23 MB

  03 - Unravel.mp3

3.97 MB

  04 - Bachelorette.mp3

8.43 MB

  05 - All Neon Like.mp3

7.44 MB

  06 - 5 Years.mp3

6.72 MB

  07 - Immature.mp3

5.01 MB

  08 - Alarm Call.mp3

5.44 MB

  09 - Pluto.mp3

5.60 MB

  10 - All Is Full Of Love.mp3

6.72 MB

  Homogenic.log

2.30 KB

  Homogenic.m3u

0.27 KB

 22 - Built to Spill - (1997) - Perfect From Now On

  01 - Randy Described Eternity.mp3

8.36 MB

  02 - I Would Hurt A Fly.mp3

8.60 MB

  03 - Stop The Show.mp3

8.85 MB

  04 - Made Up Dreams.mp3

6.70 MB

  05 - Velvet Waltz.mp3

11.76 MB

  06 - Out Of Site.mp3

7.71 MB

  07 - Kicked It In The Sun.mp3

10.37 MB

  08 - Untrustable, Pt. 2.mp3

12.22 MB

 23 - The Beta Band - (1998) - The Three EPs

  01 - Dry The Rain.mp3

8.52 MB

  02 - I Know.mp3

3.74 MB

  03 - B + A.mp3

8.59 MB

  04 - Dogs Got A Bone.mp3

8.28 MB

  05 - Inner Meet Me.mp3

9.49 MB

  06 - The House Song.mp3

10.55 MB

  07 - Monolith.mp3

21.69 MB

  08 - She's The One.mp3

12.76 MB

  09 - Push It Out.mp3

8.05 MB

  10 - It's Over.mp3

4.87 MB

  11 - Dr. Baker.mp3

6.27 MB

  12 - Needles In My Eyes.mp3

6.35 MB

  Cover Art.jpg

8.26 KB

  The Beta Band - The Three EPs.m3u

0.75 KB

 24 - Built to Spill - (1994) - There's Nothing Wrong With Love

  01 - In The Morning.mp3

3.62 MB

  02 - Reasons.mp3

4.88 MB

  03 - Big Dipper.mp3

6.00 MB

  04 - Car.mp3

4.06 MB

  05 - Fling.mp3

3.92 MB

  06 - Cleo.mp3

6.37 MB

  07 - The Source.mp3

4.97 MB

  08 - Twin Falls.mp3

2.30 MB

  09 - Some.mp3

7.81 MB

  10 - Distopian Dream Girl.mp3

6.73 MB

  11 - Israel's Song.mp3

5.29 MB

  12 - Stab.mp3

7.59 MB

  13 - Preview [Hidden Track].mp3

1.79 MB

  There's Nothing Wrong With Love.log

3.34 KB

  There's Nothing Wrong With Love.m3u

0.48 KB

 25 - Yo La Tengo - (1997) - I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One

  01 - Return To Hot Chicken.mp3

2.29 MB

  03 - Sugarcube.mp3

4.60 MB

  04 - Damage.mp3

6.86 MB

  05 - Deeper Into Movies.mp3

8.76 MB

  06 - Shadows.mp3

3.36 MB

  07 - Stockholm Syndrome.mp3

4.28 MB

  08 - Autumn Sweater.mp3

7.89 MB

  09 - Little Honda.mp3

4.47 MB

  10 - Green Arrow.mp3

8.48 MB

  11 - One PM Again.mp3

3.39 MB

  12 - The Lie And How We Told It.mp3

4.97 MB

  13 - Center Of Gravity.mp3

4.18 MB

  14 - Spec Bebop.mp3

13.16 MB

  15 - We're An American Band.mp3

9.46 MB

  16 - My Little Corner Of The World.mp3

3.51 MB

  I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One.log

4.01 KB

  I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One.m3u

0.63 KB

 26 - Weezer - (1994) - Weezer (Blue Album)

  01 - My Name Is Jonas.mp3

4.70 MB

  02 - No One Else.mp3

4.22 MB

  03 - The World Has Turned And Left Me Here.mp3

5.94 MB

  04 - Buddy Holly.mp3

3.65 MB

  05 - Undone - The Sweater Song.mp3

6.99 MB

  06 - Surf Wax America.mp3

4.27 MB

  07 - Say It Ain't So.mp3

5.92 MB

  08 - In The Garage.mp3

5.39 MB

  09 - Holiday.mp3

4.69 MB

 27 - Guided By Voices - (1995) - Alien Lanes

  01 - A Salty Salute.mp3

2.01 MB

  02 - Evil Speakers.mp3

1.40 MB

  03 - Watch Me Jumpstart.mp3

2.37 MB

  04 - They're Not Witches.mp3

1.21 MB

  05 - As We Go Up We Go Down.mp3

2.39 MB

  06 - (I Wanna Be A) Dumbcharger.mp3

1.71 MB

  07 - Game Of Pricks.mp3

2.16 MB

  08 - The Ugly Vision.mp3

2.15 MB

  09 - A Good Flying Bird.mp3

1.62 MB

  10 - Cigarette Tricks.mp3

452.00 KB

  11 - Pimple Zoo.mp3

926.00 KB

  12 - Big Chief Chinese Restaurant.mp3

1.36 MB

  13 - Closer You Are.mp3

2.45 MB

  14 - Auditorium.mp3

1.21 MB

  15 - Motor Away.mp3

2.64 MB

  16 - Hit.mp3

574.00 KB

  17 - My Valuable Hunting Knife.mp3

3.17 MB

  18 - Gold Kick.mp3

756.00 KB

  19 - King & Caroline.mp3

1.76 MB

  20 - Striped White Jets.mp3

3.12 MB

  21 - Ex-Supermodel.mp3

1.53 MB

  22 - Blimpe Go 90.mp3

2.15 MB

  23 - Straw Dogs.mp3

2.00 MB

  24 - Chicken Blows.mp3

3.35 MB

  25 - Little Whirl.mp3

2.54 MB

  26 - My Son Cool.mp3

1.78 MB

  27 - Always Crush Me.mp3

2.67 MB

  28 - Alright.mp3

4.27 MB

  Alien Lanes.log

6.37 KB

  Alien Lanes.m3u

1.22 KB

 28 - Pixies - (1990) - Bossanova

  01 - Cecilia Ann.mp3

2.89 MB

  02 - Rock Music.mp3

2.58 MB

  03 - Velouria.mp3

5.05 MB

  04 - Allison.mp3

1.79 MB

  05 - Is She Weird.mp3

4.16 MB

  06 - Ana.mp3

2.97 MB

  07 - All Over The World.mp3

7.50 MB

  08 - Dig For Fire.mp3

4.19 MB

  09 - Down To The Well.mp3

3.43 MB

  10 - The Happening.mp3

5.94 MB

  11 - Blown Away.mp3

3.22 MB

  12 - Hang Wire.mp3

2.79 MB

  13 - Stormy Weather.mp3

4.74 MB

  14 - Havalina.mp3

3.53 MB

  Bossanova.m3u

0.77 KB

 29 - Modest Mouse - (1997) - The Lonesome Crowded West

  01 - Teeth Like God's Shoeshine.mp3

10.20 MB

  02 - Heart Cooks Brain.mp3

6.06 MB

  03 - Convenient Parking.mp3

5.67 MB

  04 - Lounge (Closing Time).mp3

10.88 MB

  05 - Jesus Christ Was An Only Child.mp3

3.82 MB

  06 - Doin' The Cockroach.mp3

6.74 MB

  07 - Cowboy Dan.mp3

8.69 MB

  08 - Trailer Trash.mp3

9.14 MB

  09 - Out Of Gas.mp3

3.63 MB

  10 - Long Distance Drunk.mp3

5.25 MB

  11 - Shit Luck.mp3

4.09 MB

  12 - Truckers Atlas.mp3

15.20 MB

  13 - Polar Opposites.mp3

5.38 MB

  14 - Bankrupt On Selling.mp3

4.46 MB

  15 - Styrofoam Boots_It's All Nice On Ice, Alright.mp3

11.25 MB

  The Lonesome Crowded West.log

3.72 KB

  The Lonesome Crowded West.m3u

0.66 KB

  The Moon and Antarctica (Expanded and Remastered Edition).log

5.19 KB

 30 - Liz Phair - (1993) - Exile in Guyville

  01 - 6' 1_.mp3

3.83 MB

  02 - Help Me Mary.mp3

2.79 MB

  03 - Glory.mp3

1.83 MB

  04 - Dance Of The Seven Veils.mp3

3.59 MB

  05 - Never Said.mp3

4.70 MB

  06 - Soap Star Joe.mp3

4.05 MB

  07 - Explain It To Me.mp3

3.88 MB

  08 - Canary.mp3

4.64 MB

  09 - Mesmerizing.mp3

5.94 MB

  10 - Fuck And Run.mp3

4.67 MB

  11 - Girls, Girls, Girls.mp3

3.53 MB

  12 - Divorce Song.mp3

4.96 MB

  13 - Shatter.mp3

7.69 MB

  14 - Flower.mp3

2.98 MB

  15 - Johnny Sunshine.mp3

4.93 MB

  16 - Gunshy.mp3

4.56 MB

  17 - Stratford-On-Guy.mp3

4.36 MB

  18 - Strange Loop.mp3

5.72 MB

 31 - Wilco - (1999) - Summerteeth

  01 - Can't Stand It.mp3

5.37 MB

  02 - She's A Jar.mp3

6.57 MB

  03 - A Shot In The Arm.mp3

6.79 MB

  04 - We're Just Friends.mp3

3.71 MB

  05 - I'm Always In Love.mp3

5.55 MB

  06 - Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again).mp3

5.53 MB

  07 - Pieholden Suite.mp3

4.74 MB

  08 - How To Fight Loneliness.mp3

5.35 MB

  09 - Via Chicago.mp3

7.71 MB

  10 - ELT.mp3

5.53 MB

  11 - My Darling.mp3

5.61 MB

  12 - When You Wake Up Feeling Old.mp3

5.70 MB

  13 - Summer Teeth.mp3

5.22 MB

  14 - In A Future Age.mp3

4.00 MB

  15 - Candyfloss [Hidden Track].mp3

100.00 KB

  16 - Summer Teeth [Alternate Version] [Hidden Track].mp3

5.10 MB

  17 - In A Future Age [Alternate Version] [Hidden Track].mp3

6.61 MB

  Summerteeth.log

4.20 KB

  Wilco - Summerteeth.m3u

0.59 KB

 32 - The Notorious B.I.G. - (1994) - Ready to Die

  01 - Intro.mp3

4.68 MB

  02 - Things Done Changed.mp3

5.45 MB

  03 - Gimme The Loot.mp3

6.97 MB

  04 - Machine Gun Funk.mp3

5.89 MB

  05 - Warning.mp3

5.05 MB

  06 - Ready To Die.mp3

6.05 MB

  07 - One More Chance.mp3

6.47 MB

  08 - #! [email protected] Me (Interlude).mp3

2.09 MB

  09 - The What.mp3

5.43 MB

  10 - Juicy.mp3

6.93 MB

  11 - Everyday Struggle.mp3

7.31 MB

  12 - Me & My Bitch.mp3

5.50 MB

  13 - Big Poppa.mp3

5.78 MB

  14 - Respect.mp3

7.35 MB

  15 - Friend Of Mine.mp3

4.76 MB

  16 - Unbelievable.mp3

5.12 MB

  17 - Suicidal Thoughts.mp3

3.97 MB

 33 - Nas - (1994) - Illmatic

  01 - The Genesis.mp3

1.76 MB

  02 - N.Y. State Of Mind.mp3

5.36 MB

  03 - Life's A Bitch.mp3

4.55 MB

  04 - The World Is Yours.mp3

6.37 MB

  05 - Halftime.mp3

5.38 MB

  06 - Memory Lane (Sittin' In Da Park).mp3

4.38 MB

  07 - One Love.mp3

6.93 MB

  08 - One Time 4 Your Mind.mp3

4.29 MB

  09 - Represent.mp3

4.58 MB

  10 - It Ain't Hard To Tell.mp3

4.40 MB

  Illmatic .log

2.99 KB

  Nas - Illmatic .m3u

0.62 KB

 34 - Beastie Boys - (1992) - Check Your Head

  01 - Jimmy James.mp3

4.12 MB

  02 - Funky Boss.mp3

2.16 MB

  03 - Pass The Mic.mp3

5.58 MB

  04 - Gratitude.mp3

3.73 MB

  05 - Lighten Up.mp3

3.57 MB

  07 - So What'cha Want.mp3

4.72 MB

  08 - The Biz Vs. The Nuge.mp3

682.00 KB

  09 - Time For Livin'.mp3

2.82 MB

  10 - Something's Got To Give.mp3

3.82 MB

  11 - The Blue Nun.mp3

750.00 KB

  12 - Stand Together.mp3

3.67 MB

  13 - Pow.mp3

2.53 MB

  14 - The Maestro.mp3

3.22 MB

  15 - Groove Holmes.mp3

3.56 MB

  16 - Live At P.J.'s.mp3

4.28 MB

  17 - Mark On The Bus.mp3

1.63 MB

  18 - Professor Booty.mp3

4.53 MB

  19 - In 3's.mp3

3.23 MB

  20 - Namasté.mp3

4.39 MB

  Beastie Boys - Check Your Head.m3u

1.29 KB

  Check Your Head.log

5.54 KB

 35 - Boards of Canada - (1998) - Music Has the Right to Children

  01 - Wildlife Analysis.mp3

1.28 MB

  02 - An Eagle In Your Mind.mp3

9.33 MB

  03 - The Color Of The Fire.mp3

2.36 MB

  04 - Telephasic Workshop.mp3

9.93 MB

  05 - Triangles & Rhombuses.mp3

2.37 MB

  06 - Sixtyten.mp3

9.18 MB

  07 - Turquoise Hexagon Sun.mp3

5.77 MB

  08 - Kaini Industries.mp3

1.39 MB

  09 - Bocuma.mp3

1.95 MB

  10 - Roygbiv.mp3

3.94 MB

  11 - Rue The Whirl.mp3

9.73 MB

  12 - Aquarius.mp3

8.79 MB

  13 - Olson.mp3

1.88 MB

  14 - Pete Standing Alone.mp3

9.74 MB

  15 - Smokes Quantity.mp3

4.52 MB

  16 - Open The Light.mp3

6.45 MB

  17 - One Very Important Thought.mp3

1.67 MB

  18 - Happy Cycling.mp3

11.57 MB

  Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right to Children.m3u

0.79 KB

  Music Has the Right to Children.log

5.15 KB

 36 - Wu-Tang Clan - (1993) - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

  01 - Bring Da Ruckus.mp3

6.32 MB

  02 - Shame On A Nigga.mp3

3.67 MB

  03 - Clan In Da Front.mp3

6.99 MB

  04 - Wu-Tang_ 7th Chamber.mp3

8.37 MB

  05 - Can It Be All So Simple_Intermission.mp3

9.65 MB

  06 - Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'.mp3

6.20 MB

  07 - Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit.mp3

5.33 MB

  08 - C.R.E.A.M..mp3

6.04 MB

  09 - Method Man.mp3

7.87 MB

  10 - Protect Ya Neck.mp3

6.09 MB

  11 - Tearz.mp3

5.65 MB

  12 - Wu-Tang_ 7th Chamber, Pt. 2.mp3

6.22 MB

  13 - Conclusion.mp3

1.37 MB

 37 - The Magnetic Fields - (1999) - 69 Love Songs

  101 - Absolutely Cuckoo.mp3

2.38 MB

  102 - I Don't Believe In The Sun.mp3

6.67 MB

  103 - All My Little Words.mp3

3.50 MB

  104 - A Chicken With Its Head Cut Off.mp3

4.19 MB

  105 - Reno Dakota.mp3

1.63 MB

  106 - I Don't Want To Get Over You.mp3

3.73 MB

  107 - Come Back From San Francisco.mp3

3.71 MB

  108 - The Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side.mp3

4.67 MB

  109 - Let's Pretend We're Bunny Rabbits.mp3

4.06 MB

  110 - The Cactus Where Your Heart Should Be.mp3

1.74 MB

  111 - I Think I Need A New Heart.mp3

4.00 MB

  112 - The Book Of Love.mp3

3.76 MB

  113 - Fido, Your Leash Is Too Long.mp3

3.44 MB

  114 - How Fucking Romantic.mp3

1.17 MB

  115 - The One You Really Love.mp3

4.49 MB

  116 - Punk Love.mp3

1.76 MB

  117 - Parades Go By.mp3

4.35 MB

  118 - Boa Constrictor.mp3

1.36 MB

  119 - A Pretty Girl Is Like....mp3

2.84 MB

  120 - My Sentimental Melody.mp3

4.68 MB

  121 - Nothing Matters When We're Dancing.mp3

3.52 MB

  122 - Sweet-Lovin' Man.mp3

7.84 MB

  123 - The Things We Did And Didn't Do.mp3

3.24 MB

  201 - Roses.mp3

802.00 KB

  202 - Love Is Like Jazz.mp3

4.45 MB

  203 - When My Boy Walks Down The Street.mp3

4.37 MB

  204 - Time Enough For Rocking When We're Old.mp3

2.66 MB

  205 - Very Funny.mp3

1.88 MB

  206 - Grand Canyon.mp3

3.69 MB

  207 - No One Will Ever Love You.mp3

4.87 MB

  208 - If You Don't Cry.mp3

4.35 MB

  209 - You're My Only Home.mp3

3.04 MB

  210 - (Crazy For You But) Not That Crazy.mp3

3.78 MB

  211 - My Only Friend.mp3

3.09 MB

  212 - Promises Of Eternity.mp3

5.57 MB

  213 - World Love.mp3

4.48 MB

  214 - Washington, D.C..mp3

3.00 MB

  215 - Long-Forgotten Fairytale.mp3

5.73 MB

  216 - Kiss Me Like You Mean It.mp3

3.09 MB

  217 - Papa Was A Rodeo.mp3

7.61 MB

  218 - Epitaph For My Heart.mp3

4.34 MB

  219 - Asleep And Dreaming.mp3

2.65 MB

  220 - The Sun Goes Down And The World Goes Dancing.mp3

3.64 MB

  221 - The Way You Said Good-Night.mp3

3.97 MB

  222 - Abigail, Belle Of Kilronan.mp3

2.95 MB

  223 - I Shatter.mp3

4.74 MB

  301 - Underwear.mp3

4.32 MB

  302 - It's A Crime.mp3

5.24 MB

  303 - Busby Berkeley Dreams.mp3

5.27 MB

  304 - I'm Sorry I Love You.mp3

4.69 MB

  305 - Acoustic Guitar.mp3

3.23 MB

  307 - Love In The Shadows.mp3

4.28 MB

  308 - Bitter Tears.mp3

4.25 MB

  309 - Wi' Nae Wee Bairn Ye'll Me Beget.mp3

2.55 MB

  310 - Yeah! Oh, Yeah!.mp3

3.39 MB

  311 - Experimental Music Love.mp3

782.00 KB

  312 - Meaningless.mp3

3.14 MB

  313 - Love Is Like A Bottle Of Gin.mp3

2.27 MB

  315 - Blue You.mp3

4.18 MB

  316 - I Can't Touch You Anymore.mp3

4.58 MB

  317 - Two Kinds Of People.mp3

1.70 MB

  318 - How To Say Goodbye.mp3

4.32 MB

  319 - The Night You Can't Remember.mp3

3.38 MB

  320 - For We Are The King Of The Boudoir.mp3

1.78 MB

  321 - Strange Eyes.mp3

2.95 MB

  322 - Xylophone Track.mp3

3.80 MB

  323 - Zebra.mp3

3.16 MB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 1.log

5.93 KB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 1.m3u

1.27 KB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 2.log

5.86 KB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 2.m3u

1.21 KB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 3.log

5.83 KB

  69 Love Songs, Vol. 3.m3u

1.17 KB

 38 - The Jesus Lizard - (1991) - Goat

  01 - Then Comes Dudley.mp3

6.05 MB

  02 - Mouth Breather.mp3

2.63 MB

  03 - Nub.mp3

3.47 MB

  04 - Seasick.mp3

4.40 MB

  05 - Monkey Trick.mp3

5.95 MB

  06 - Karpis.mp3

4.38 MB

  07 - South Mouth.mp3

4.22 MB

  08 - Lady Shoes.mp3

3.62 MB

  09 - Rodeo In Joliet.mp3

6.64 MB

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 39 - The Olivia Tremor Control - (1996) - Dusk at Cubist Castle

  01 - The Opera House.mp3

4.42 MB

  02 - Frosted Ambassador.mp3

1.44 MB

  03 - Jumping Fences.mp3

2.57 MB

  04 - Define A Transparent Dream.mp3

3.89 MB

  05 - No Growing (Exegesis).mp3

4.13 MB

  06 - Holiday Surprise.mp3

8.51 MB

  07 - Courtyard.mp3

4.07 MB

  08 - Memories Of Jacqueline 1906.mp3

3.11 MB

  09 - Tropical Bells.mp3

2.31 MB

  10 - Can You Come Down With Us_.mp3

3.17 MB

  11 - Marking Time.mp3

6.14 MB

  12 - Green Typewriters.mp3

3.27 MB

  13 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

582.00 KB

  14 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

1.37 MB

  15 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

3.02 MB

  16 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

1.63 MB

  17 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

914.00 KB

  18 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

2.27 MB

  19 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

13.27 MB

  20 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

1.87 MB

  21 - Green Typewriters [Continued].mp3

3.65 MB

  22 - Spring Succeeds.mp3

3.34 MB

  23 - Theme For A Very Delicious Grand Piano.mp3

1.33 MB

  24 - I Can Smell The Leaves.mp3

2.54 MB

  25 - Dusk At Cubist Castle.mp3

10.43 MB

  26 - The Gravity Car.mp3

2.42 MB

  27 - NYC-25.mp3

4.25 MB

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 40 - Aphex Twin - (1996) - Richard D. James Album

  01 - 4.mp3

5.38 MB

  02 - Cornish Acid.mp3

2.73 MB

  03 - Peek 824545301.mp3

3.36 MB

  05 - Corn Mouth.mp3

2.97 MB

  06 - To Cure A Weakling Child.mp3

6.84 MB

  07 - Goon Gumpas.mp3

2.46 MB

  08 - Yellow Calx.mp3

3.85 MB

  09 - Girl_Boy Song.mp3

7.05 MB

  10 - Logon Rock Witch.mp3

5.63 MB

  11 - Milkman.mp3

6.00 MB

  12 - Inkeys.mp3

1.64 MB

  13 - Girl_Boy Song [£18 Snare Rush Mix] [E 18 Snore Rush Mix].mp3

2.92 MB

  14 - Beetles.mp3

1.72 MB

  15 - Girl_Boy Song [Redruth Mix].mp3

2.29 MB

  Richard D. James Album.log

3.53 KB

  Richard D. James Album.m3u

0.55 KB

 41 - Yo La Tengo - (1993) - Painful

  01 - Big Day Coming.mp3

9.79 MB

  02 - From A Motel 6.mp3

5.76 MB

  03 - Double Dare.mp3

4.83 MB

  04 - Superstar-Watcher.mp3

2.46 MB

  05 - Nowhere Near.mp3

8.38 MB

  06 - Sudden Organ.mp3

6.60 MB

  07 - A Worrying Thing.mp3

4.04 MB

  08 - I Was The Fool Beside You For Too Long.mp3

7.06 MB

  09 - The Whole Of The Law.mp3

3.27 MB

  10 - Big Day Coming.mp3

5.91 MB

  11 - I Heard You Looking.mp3

9.65 MB

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1.38 KB

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 42 - Fugazi - (1995) - Red Medicine

  01 - Do You Like Me.mp3

4.46 MB

  02 - Bed For The Scraping.mp3

3.81 MB

  03 - Latest Disgrace.mp3

4.86 MB

  04 - Birthday Pony.mp3

4.09 MB

  05 - Forensic Scene.mp3

4.11 MB

  06 - Combination Lock.mp3

4.17 MB

  07 - Fell, Destroyed.mp3

5.13 MB

  08 - By You.mp3

6.49 MB

  09 - Version.mp3

4.26 MB

  10 - Target.mp3

4.91 MB

  11 - Back To Base.mp3

2.37 MB

  12 - Downed City.mp3

3.81 MB

  13 - Long Distance Runner.mp3

5.60 MB

 43 - R.E.M. - (1992) - Automatic for the People

  01 - Drive.mp3

6.60 MB

  02 - Try Not To Breathe.mp3

6.38 MB

  03 - The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite.mp3

6.72 MB

  04 - Everybody Hurts.mp3

7.51 MB

  05 - New Orleans Instrumental No. 1 [Instrumental].mp3

3.17 MB

  06 - Sweetness Follows.mp3

6.51 MB

  07 - Monty Got A Raw Deal.mp3

5.01 MB

  08 - Ignoreland.mp3

8.06 MB

  09 - Star Me Kitten.mp3

5.26 MB

  10 - Man On The Moon.mp3

8.08 MB

  11 - Nightswimming.mp3

6.09 MB

  12 - Find The River.mp3

5.70 MB

  Automatic for the People.log

3.04 KB

  Automatic for the People.m3u

0.43 KB

 44 - Boredoms - (1998) - Super Ae

  01 - Super You.mp3

9.57 MB

  02 - Super Are.mp3

13.43 MB

  03 - Super Going.mp3

18.91 MB

  04 - Super Coming.mp3

15.91 MB

  05 - Super Are You.mp3

9.24 MB

  06 - Super Shine.mp3

17.85 MB

  07 - Super Good.mp3

7.16 MB

 45 - Godspeed You Black Emperor! - (1996) - F#A# Infinity

  01 - The Dead Flag Blues (Intro).mp3

30.16 MB

  02 - East Hastings.mp3

32.91 MB

  03 - Providence.mp3

53.24 MB

 46 - Air - (1998) - Moon Safari

  01 - La Femme D'Argent.mp3

9.88 MB

  02 - Sexy Boy.mp3

6.84 MB

  03 - All I Need.mp3

6.15 MB

  04 - Kelly Watch The Stars.mp3

5.17 MB

  05 - Talisman.mp3

5.89 MB

  06 - Remember.mp3

3.54 MB

  07 - You Make It Easy.mp3

5.54 MB

  08 - Ce Matin La.mp3

5.03 MB

  09 - New Star In The Sky (Chanson Pour Solal).mp3

7.81 MB

  10 - Le Voyage De Penelope.mp3

4.38 MB

 47 - Oval - (1995) - 94 Diskont

  01 - Do While.mp3

44.10 MB

  02 - Store Check.mp3

7.36 MB

  03 - Line Extension.mp3

5.67 MB

  04 - Cross Selling.mp3

11.30 MB

  05 - Commerce Server.mp3

9.08 MB

  06 - Shop In Store.mp3

7.43 MB

  07 - Do While.mp3

8.88 MB

 48 - Portishead - (1994) - Dummy

  00-portishead-dummy-1994-eos.m3u

0.36 KB

  00-portishead-dummy-1994-eos.nfo

6.15 KB

  00-portishead-dummy-1994-eos.sfv

1.59 KB

  01 - Mysterons.mp3

5.25 MB

  02 - Sour Times.mp3

4.20 MB

  04 - It Could Be Sweet.mp3

4.36 MB

  05 - Wandering Star.mp3

4.64 MB

  06 - It's A Fire.mp3

4.25 MB

  07 - Numb.mp3

3.73 MB

  08 - Roads.mp3

5.60 MB

  09 - Pedestal.mp3

3.69 MB

  10 - Biscuit.mp3

4.72 MB

  11 - Glory Box.mp3

5.80 MB

 49 - Tom Waits - (1992) - Bone Machine

  01 - Earth Died Screaming.mp3

5.02 MB

  02 - Dirt In The Ground.mp3

4.75 MB

  03 - Such A Scream.mp3

2.94 MB

  04 - All Stripped Down.mp3

4.21 MB

  05 - Who Are You.mp3

5.45 MB

  06 - The Ocean Doesn't Want Me.mp3

2.55 MB

  07 - Jesus Gonna Be Here.mp3

4.63 MB

  08 - Little Rain (For Clyde).mp3

4.14 MB

  09 - In The Colosseum.mp3

6.66 MB

  10 - Goin' Out West.mp3

4.58 MB

  11 - Murder In The Red Barn.mp3

6.17 MB

  12 - Black Wings.mp3

6.37 MB

  13 - Whistle Down The Wind (For Tom Jans).mp3

6.32 MB

  14 - I Don't Wanna Grow Up.mp3

3.48 MB

  15 - Let Me Get Up On It.mp3

1.28 MB

  16 - That Feel.mp3

4.40 MB

 50 - OutKast - (1998) - Aquemini

  01 - Hold On, Be Strong.mp3

1.64 MB

  02 - Return Of The _G_.mp3

6.30 MB

  03 - Rosa Parks.mp3

7.77 MB

  04 - Skew It On The Bar-B.mp3

4.78 MB

  05 - Aquemini.mp3

7.71 MB

  06 - Synthesizer.mp3

7.99 MB

  07 - Slump.mp3

7.29 MB

  08 - West Savannah.mp3

5.46 MB

  09 - Da Art Of Storytellin' (Pt. 1).mp3

5.85 MB

  10 - Da Art Of Storytellin' (Pt. 2).mp3

4.35 MB

  11 - Mamacita.mp3

8.39 MB

  12 - Spottieottiedopaliscious.mp3

10.09 MB

  13 - Y'all Scared.mp3

7.04 MB

  14 - Nathaniel.mp3

1.25 MB

  15 - Liberation.mp3

13.09 MB

  16 - Chonkyfire.mp3

9.06 MB

  Aquemini.log

4.55 KB

  OutKast - Aquemini.m3u

1.28 KB

 51 - Stereolab - (1996) - Emperor Tomato Ketchup

  01 - Metronomic Underground.mp3

10.98 MB

  02 - Cybele's Reverie.mp3

6.43 MB

  03 - Percolator.mp3

5.32 MB

  04 - Les Yper-Sound.mp3

5.49 MB

  05 - Spark Plug.mp3

3.64 MB

  06 - Olv 26.mp3

8.98 MB

  07 - The Noise Of Carpet.mp3

4.06 MB

  08 - Tomorrow Is Already Here.mp3

6.28 MB

  09 - Emperor Tomato Ketchup.mp3

4.93 MB

  10 - Monstre Sacre.mp3

4.69 MB

  11 - Motoroller Scalatron.mp3

5.07 MB

  12 - Slow Fast Hazel.mp3

5.27 MB

  13 - Anonymous Collective.mp3

5.08 MB

  Emperor Tomato Ketchup.log

3.95 KB

  Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup.m3u

0.89 KB

 52 - PJ Harvey - (1993) - Rid of Me

  01 - Rid Of Me.mp3

5.81 MB

  02 - Missed.mp3

6.39 MB

  03 - Legs.mp3

5.12 MB

  04 - Rub 'Til It Bleeds.mp3

7.46 MB

  05 - Hook.mp3

5.55 MB

  06 - Man-Sized Sextet.mp3

3.10 MB

  07 - Highway 61 Revisited.mp3

4.17 MB

  09 - Yuri-G.mp3

5.15 MB

  10 - Man-Size.mp3

4.69 MB

  11 - Dry.mp3

4.93 MB

  12 - Me-Jane.mp3

3.83 MB

  13 - Snake.mp3

2.37 MB

  14 - Ecstasy.mp3

6.55 MB

  Rid of Me.log

3.10 KB

  Rid of Me.m3u

0.45 KB

 54 - Blur - (1994) - Parklife

  01 - Girls & Boys.mp3

7.28 MB

  02 - Tracy Jacks.mp3

6.08 MB

  03 - End Of A Century.mp3

4.05 MB

  04 - Parklife.mp3

4.66 MB

  05 - Bank Holiday.mp3

2.78 MB

  06 - Badhead.mp3

5.08 MB

  07 - The Debt Collector.mp3

2.96 MB

  08 - Far Out.mp3

2.21 MB

  09 - To The End.mp3

5.39 MB

  10 - London Loves.mp3

6.48 MB

  11 - Trouble In The Message Centre.mp3

6.35 MB

  12 - Clover Over Dover.mp3

4.84 MB

  13 - Magic America.mp3

5.29 MB

  14 - Jubilee.mp3

4.60 MB

  15 - This Is A Low.mp3

7.76 MB

  16 - Lot 105.mp3

1.74 MB

  Blur - Parklife.m3u

0.48 KB

  Parklife.log

3.85 KB

 55 - Spiritualized - (1997) - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space

  01 - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space.mp3

5.28 MB

  02 - Come Together.mp3

8.09 MB

  03 - I Think I'm In Love.mp3

13.09 MB

  04 - All Of My Thoughts.mp3

6.76 MB

  05 - Stay With Me.mp3

7.40 MB

  06 - Electricity.mp3

6.99 MB

  07 - Home Of The Brave.mp3

2.84 MB

  08 - The Individual.mp3

6.32 MB

  09 - Broken Heart.mp3

9.37 MB

  10 - No God Only Religion.mp3

6.36 MB

  11 - Cool Waves.mp3

7.25 MB

  12 - Cop Shoot Cop.mp3

26.09 MB

  Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space.log

3.38 KB

  Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space.m3u

0.52 KB

 56 - A Tribe Called Quest - (1991) - The Low End Theory

  01 - Excursions.mp3

4.62 MB

  02 - Buggin' Out.mp3

4.31 MB

  03 - Rap Promoter.mp3

2.63 MB

  04 - Butter.mp3

3.96 MB

  05 - Verses From The Abstract.mp3

4.26 MB

  06 - Show Business.mp3

4.32 MB

  07 - Vibes And Stuff.mp3

4.31 MB

  08 - The Infamous Date Rape.mp3

3.16 MB

  09 - Check The Rhime.mp3

4.34 MB

  10 - Everything Is Fair.mp3

3.72 MB

  11 - Jazz (We've Got).mp3

4.38 MB

  12 - Skypager.mp3

2.38 MB

  13 - What_.mp3

3.01 MB

  14 - Scenario.mp3

4.57 MB

  A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory.m3u

0.64 KB

  The Low End Theory.log

4.06 KB

 57 - Brainiac - (1994) - Bonsai Superstar

  01 - Hot Metal Doberman's.mp3

3.85 MB

  02 - Hands Of The Genius.mp3

3.33 MB

  03 - Fucking With The Altimiter.mp3

3.32 MB

  04 - Radio Apeshot.mp3

4.66 MB

  05 - Transmissions After Zero.mp3

2.21 MB

  06 - Juicy (On A Cadillac).mp3

3.39 MB

  07 - Flypaper.mp3

3.60 MB

  08 - Sexual Frustration.mp3

4.44 MB

  09 - To The Baby-Counter.mp3

3.31 MB

  10 - You Wrecked My Hair.mp3

4.53 MB

  11 - Meathook Manicure.mp3

2.25 MB

  12 - Status_ Choke.mp3

4.44 MB

  13 - Collide.mp3

3.24 MB

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3.09 KB

  desktop.ini

0.34 KB

  Folder.jpg

12.68 KB

 58 - The Jesus Lizard - (1992) - Liar

  01 - Boilermaker.mp3

3.10 MB

  02 - Gladiator.mp3

5.52 MB

  03 - The Art Of Self-Defense.mp3

3.66 MB

  04 - Slave Ship.mp3

5.82 MB

  05 - Puss.mp3

4.59 MB

  06 - Whirl.mp3

5.97 MB

  07 - Rope.mp3

3.20 MB

  08 - Perk.mp3

3.47 MB

  09 - Zachariah.mp3

7.89 MB

  10 - Dancing Naked Ladies.mp3

4.06 MB

  Thumbs.db

11.00 KB

 59 - Elliott Smith - (1997) - Either,Or

  01 - Speed Trials.mp3

4.01 MB

  02 - Alameda.mp3

3.69 MB

  03 - Ballad Of Big Nothing.mp3

3.69 MB

  04 - Between The Bars.mp3

3.25 MB

  05 - Pictures Of Me.mp3

4.11 MB

  06 - No Name No. 5.mp3

5.15 MB

  07 - Rose Parade.mp3

4.88 MB

  08 - Punch And Judy.mp3

3.40 MB

  09 - Angeles.mp3

4.08 MB

  10 - Cupid's Trick.mp3

4.20 MB

  11 - 2_45 AM.mp3

4.50 MB

  12 - Say Yes.mp3

3.10 MB

  Either Or.log

2.86 KB

  Either Or.m3u

0.46 KB

 60 - Palace Music - (1995) - Viva Last Blues

  01 - More Brother Rides.mp3

6.07 MB

  02 - Viva Ultra.mp3

6.08 MB

  03 - The Brute Choir.mp3

5.00 MB

  04 - The Mountain Low.mp3

5.05 MB

  05 - Tonight's Decision (And Hereafter).mp3

7.66 MB

  06 - Work Hard_Play Hard.mp3

5.22 MB

  07 - New Partner.mp3

7.16 MB

  08 - Cat's Blues.mp3

6.08 MB

  09 - We All, Us Three, Will Ride.mp3

5.41 MB

  10 - Old Jerusalem.mp3

4.18 MB

 61 - Pulp - (1995) - Different Class

  01 - Mis-Shapes.mp3

6.18 MB

  02 - Pencil Skirt.mp3

4.65 MB

  03 - Common People.mp3

9.53 MB

  04 - I Spy.mp3

9.45 MB

  05 - Disco 2000.mp3

7.56 MB

  06 - Live Bed Show.mp3

4.88 MB

  07 - Something Changed.mp3

5.05 MB

  08 - Sorted For E's & Wizz.mp3

5.37 MB

  09 - F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.mp3

9.39 MB

  10 - Underwear.mp3

6.30 MB

  11 - Monday Morning.mp3

6.70 MB

  12 - Bar Italia.mp3

5.39 MB

  Different Class.log

2.84 KB

  Different Class.m3u

0.38 KB

 62 - Aphex Twin - (1994) - Selected Ambient Works, Vol. 2

  101 - Cliffs.mp3

8.28 MB

  102 - Radiator.mp3

8.73 MB

  103 - Rhubarb.mp3

9.78 MB

  104 - Grass.mp3

12.00 MB

  105 - Mould.mp3

4.02 MB

  106 - Curtains.mp3

9.98 MB

  107 - Blur.mp3

6.56 MB

  108 - Weathered Stone.mp3

8.98 MB

  109 - Tree.mp3

12.83 MB

  110 - Domino.mp3

8.44 MB

  111 - White Blur.mp3

3.58 MB

  201 - Blue Calx.mp3

9.88 MB

  202 - Parallel Stripes.mp3

10.43 MB

  203 - Shiny Metal Rods.mp3

7.08 MB

  204 - Grey Stripe.mp3

6.40 MB

  205 - Z Twig.mp3

2.49 MB

  206 - Window Sill.mp3

8.98 MB

  207 - Hexagon.mp3

8.43 MB

  208 - Lichen.mp3

5.79 MB

  209 - Spots.mp3

9.86 MB

  210 - Tassels.mp3

9.52 MB

  211 - White Blur 2.mp3

14.15 MB

  212 - Match Sticks.mp3

7.34 MB

  Selected Ambient Works, Vol. 2 (Disc 1).log

2.91 KB

  Selected Ambient Works, Vol. 2 (Disc 1).m3u

0.33 KB

  Selected Ambient Works, Vol. 2 (Disc 2).log

3.14 KB

  Selected Ambient Works, Vol. 2 (Disc 2).m3u

0.40 KB

 63 - De La Soul - (1991) - De La Soul Is Dead

  01 - Intro.mp3

2.89 MB

  02 - Oodles Of O's.mp3

4.52 MB

  03 - Talkin' Bout Hey Love.mp3

3.41 MB

  05 - Skit 1.mp3

556.00 KB

  06 - Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason (Live From The BK Lounge) [Live].mp3

2.44 MB

  07 - A Roller Skating Jam Named _Saturdays_.mp3

4.07 MB

  08 - WRMS' Dedication To The Bitty.mp3

0.98 MB

  09 - Bitties In The BK Lounge.mp3

6.70 MB

  10 - Skit 2.mp3

672.00 KB

  11 - My Brother's A Basehead.mp3

5.62 MB

  12 - Let, Let Me In.mp3

4.27 MB

  13 - Afro Connections At A Hi 5 (In The Eyes Of The Hoodlum).mp3

4.21 MB

  14 - Rap De Rap Show.mp3

3.00 MB

  15 - Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa.mp3

5.22 MB

  16 - Who Do U Worship_.mp3

2.56 MB

  17 - Skit 3.mp3

720.00 KB

  18 - Kicked Out Of The House.mp3

2.74 MB

  19 - Pass The Plugs.mp3

4.46 MB

  20 - Not Over Till The Fat Lady Plays The Demo.mp3

1.91 MB

  21 - Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey).mp3

6.62 MB

  22 - WRMS_ Cat's In Control.mp3

690.00 KB

  23 - Skit 4.mp3

280.00 KB

  24 - Shwingalokate.mp3

4.31 MB

  25 - Fanatic Of The B Word.mp3

5.21 MB

  26 - Keepin' The Faith.mp3

5.02 MB

  27 - Skit 5.mp3

726.00 KB

  De La Soul - De La Soul Is Dead.m3u

2.10 KB

  De La Soul Is Dead.log

7.47 KB

 64 - The Breeders - (1993) - Last Splash

  01 - New Year.mp3

2.82 MB

  02 - Cannonball.mp3

5.17 MB

  03 - Invisible Man.mp3

4.06 MB

  04 - No Aloha.mp3

3.03 MB

  05 - Le Roi.mp3

5.95 MB

  06 - Do You Love Me Now_.mp3

4.36 MB

  07 - Flipside.mp3

2.90 MB

  08 - I Just Wanna Get Along.mp3

2.58 MB

  09 - Mad Lucas.mp3

6.43 MB

  10 - Divine Hammer.mp3

4.06 MB

  11 - S.O.S..mp3

2.24 MB

  12 - Hag.mp3

4.25 MB

  13 - Saints.mp3

3.72 MB

  14 - Drivin' On 9.mp3

4.92 MB

  15 - Le Roi (Reprise).mp3

1.02 MB

 66 - Tricky - (1994) - Maxinquaye

  01 - Overcome.mp3

5.68 MB

  02 - Ponderosa.mp3

3.72 MB

  03 - Black Steel.mp3

7.70 MB

  04 - Hell Is Around The Corner.mp3

3.52 MB

  05 - Pumpkin.mp3

5.67 MB

  06 - Aftermath.mp3

8.40 MB

  07 - Abbaon Fat Track.mp3

5.84 MB

  08 - Brand New You're Retro.mp3

4.09 MB

  09 - Suffocated Love.mp3

6.97 MB

  10 - You Don't.mp3

6.29 MB

  11 - Strugglin'.mp3

10.44 MB

  12 - Feed Me.mp3

5.08 MB

  Maxinquaye.log

2.70 KB

  Maxinquaye.m3u

0.38 KB

 67 - Mouse on Mars - (1995) - Iaora Tahiti

  01 - Stereomission.mp3

8.44 MB

  02 - Kompod.mp3

7.58 MB

  03 - Saturday Night Worldcup Fieber.mp3

8.01 MB

  04 - Schunkel.mp3

9.26 MB

  05 - Gocard.mp3

7.24 MB

  06 - Kanu.mp3

11.00 MB

  07 - Bib.mp3

11.05 MB

  08 - Schlecktron.mp3

9.22 MB

  09 - Preprise.mp3

3.00 MB

  10 - Papa, Antoine.mp3

12.64 MB

  11 - Omnibuzz.mp3

8.43 MB

  12 - Hallo.mp3

7.31 MB

 68 - Elliott Smith - (1998) - XO

  01 - Sweet Adeline.mp3

4.64 MB

  02 - Tomorrow Tomorrow.mp3

4.37 MB

  03 - Waltz #2 (XO).mp3

7.21 MB

  04 - Baby Britain.mp3

4.84 MB

  05 - Pitseleh.mp3

4.74 MB

  06 - Independence Day.mp3

4.45 MB

  07 - Bled White.mp3

5.10 MB

  08 - Waltz #1.mp3

4.51 MB

  09 - Amity.mp3

3.78 MB

  10 - Oh Well, Okay.mp3

3.50 MB

  11 - Bottle Up And Explode!.mp3

4.45 MB

  12 - A Question Mark.mp3

4.22 MB

  13 - Everybody Cares, Everybody Understands.mp3

6.00 MB

  14 - I Didn't Understand.mp3

2.82 MB

  XO.log

3.32 KB

  XO.m3u

0.57 KB

 69 - Jeff Buckley - (1994) - Grace

  01 - Mojo Pin.mp3

7.86 MB

  02 - Grace.mp3

7.39 MB

  03 - Last Goodbye.mp3

6.32 MB

  04 - Lilac Wine.mp3

6.24 MB

  05 - So Real.mp3

6.51 MB

  06 - Hallejujah.mp3

9.47 MB

  07 - Lover, You Should've Come Over.mp3

9.24 MB

  08 - Corpus Christi Carol.mp3

4.07 MB

  09 - Eternal Life.mp3

6.71 MB

  10 - Dream Brother.mp3

7.46 MB

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2.49 KB

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2.49 KB

  desktop.ini

0.28 KB

  Folder.jpg

9.63 KB

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7.50 KB

 70 - Jawbox - For Your Own Special Sweetheart

  01 - FF=66.mp3

3.85 MB

  02 - Savory.mp3

6.88 MB

  03 - Breathe.mp3

4.63 MB

  04 - Motorist.mp3

5.58 MB

  05 - LS_MFT.mp3

4.12 MB

  06 - Cooling Card.mp3

4.18 MB

  07 - Green Glass.mp3

4.95 MB

  08 - Cruel Swing.mp3

3.11 MB

  09 - Jackpot Plus!.mp3

3.84 MB

  10 - Chicago Piano.mp3

4.68 MB

  11 - Reel.mp3

5.30 MB

  12 - U-Trau.mp3

4.05 MB

  13 - Whitney Walks.mp3

5.75 MB

 71 - Dr. Octagon - (1997) - Dr. Octagonecologyst

  01 - Intro.mp3

1.58 MB

  02 - 3000.mp3

4.14 MB

  03 - I Got To Tell You.mp3

1.20 MB

  04 - Earth People.mp3

7.78 MB

  05 - No Awareness.mp3

5.13 MB

  06 - Real Raw.mp3

7.03 MB

  07 - General Hospital.mp3

706.00 KB

  08 - Blue Flowers.mp3

4.68 MB

  09 - Technical Difficulties.mp3

3.79 MB

  10 - A Visit To The Gynecologyst.mp3

3.11 MB

  11 - Bear Witness.mp3

3.27 MB

  12 - Dr. Octagon.mp3

6.86 MB

  13 - Girl Let Me Touch You.mp3

5.37 MB

  15 - Wild And Crazy.mp3

6.36 MB

  16 - Elective Surgery.mp3

1.25 MB

  17 - Halfsharkalligatorhalfman.mp3

6.00 MB

  18 - Blue Flowers Revisited.mp3

4.58 MB

  19 - Waiting List [DJ Shadow_Automator Mix] [DJ Shadow_Automaster Mix].mp3

5.92 MB

  20 - 1977.mp3

3.30 MB

  Dr. Octagonecologyst.log

4.50 KB

  Dr. Octagonecologyst.m3u

0.77 KB

 72 - Silver Jews - (1998) - American Water

  01 - Random Rules.mp3

4.95 MB

  02 - Smith & Jones Forever.mp3

3.87 MB

  03 - Night Society.mp3

3.02 MB

  04 - Federal Dust.mp3

5.68 MB

  05 - People.mp3

6.25 MB

  06 - Blue Arrangements.mp3

5.76 MB

  07 - We Are Real.mp3

6.16 MB

  08 - Send In The Clouds.mp3

7.66 MB

  09 - Like Like The The The Death.mp3

5.69 MB

  10 - Buckingham Rabbit.mp3

6.82 MB

  11 - Honk If You're Lonely.mp3

3.26 MB

  12 - The Wild Kindness.mp3

5.04 MB

  folder.jpg

16.75 KB

  Silver Jews - American Water.nfo

0.82 KB

 73 - Brainiac - (1996) - Hissin Prigs in Static Couture

  01 - Indian Poker, Pt. 3.mp3

1.20 MB

  02 - Pussyfootin'.mp3

3.60 MB

  03 - Vincent Come On Down.mp3

3.54 MB

  05 - Strung.mp3

3.00 MB

  06 - Hot Seat Can't Sit Down.mp3

4.37 MB

  07 - The Vulgar Trade.mp3

2.41 MB

  08 - Beekeepers Maxim.mp3

3.98 MB

  09 - Kiss Me U Jacked Up Jerk.mp3

4.45 MB

  10 - 70 KG Man.mp3

4.87 MB

  11 - Indian Poker, Pt. 2.mp3

1.06 MB

  12 - Nothing Ever Changes.mp3

3.74 MB

  13 - I Am A Cracked Machine.mp3

6.29 MB

 74 - Ride - (1990) - Nowhere

  01 - Seagull.mp3

8.45 MB

  02 - Kaleidoscope.mp3

4.15 MB

  03 - In A Different Place.mp3

7.53 MB

  04 - Polar Bear.mp3

6.53 MB

  05 - Dreams Burn Down.mp3

8.34 MB

  06 - Decay.mp3

4.93 MB

  07 - Paralysed.mp3

7.64 MB

  08 - Vapour Trail.mp3

5.92 MB

  09 - Taste.mp3

4.52 MB

  10 - Here And Now.mp3

6.10 MB

  11 - Nowhere.mp3

7.40 MB

 75 - A Tribe Called Quest - (1993) - Midnight Marauders

  01 - Midnight Marauders Tour Guide.mp3

1.10 MB

  02 - Steve Biko (Stir It Up).mp3

4.30 MB

  03 - Award Tour.mp3

5.08 MB

  04 - 8 Million Stories.mp3

5.71 MB

  05 - Sucka Nigga.mp3

5.34 MB

  06 - Midnight.mp3

6.60 MB

  07 - We Can Get Down.mp3

5.68 MB

  08 - Electric Relaxation.mp3

6.21 MB

  09 - Clap Your Hands.mp3

4.08 MB

  10 - Oh My God.mp3

4.84 MB

  11 - Keep It Rollin'.mp3

4.53 MB

  12 - The Chase, Pt. 2.mp3

5.37 MB

  13 - Lyrics To Go.mp3

5.67 MB

  14 - God Lives Through.mp3

6.21 MB

  A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders.m3u

0.68 KB

  Midnight Marauders.log

4.09 KB

 76 - Mercury Rev - (1998) - Deserter's Songs

  01 - Holes.mp3

8.15 MB

  02 - Tonite It Shows.mp3

5.05 MB

  03 - Endlessly.mp3

6.08 MB

  04 - I Collect Coins.mp3

2.00 MB

  05 - Opus 40.mp3

7.13 MB

  06 - Hudson Line.mp3

3.99 MB

  07 - The Happy End (The Drunk Room).mp3

2.89 MB

  08 - Goddess On A Hiway.mp3

5.16 MB

  09 - The Funny Bird.mp3

8.05 MB

  10 - Pick Up If You're There.mp3

4.26 MB

  11 - Delta Sun Bottleneck Stomp.mp3

8.64 MB

 77 - Primal Scream - (1991) - Screamadelica

  01 - Movin' On Up.mp3

7.07 MB

  02 - Slip Inside This House.mp3

9.68 MB

  03 - Don't Fight It, Feel It.mp3

12.65 MB

  04 - Higher Than The Sun.mp3

6.68 MB

  05 - Inner Flight.mp3

9.23 MB

  06 - Come Together.mp3

18.98 MB

  07 - Loaded.mp3

12.91 MB

  08 - Damaged.mp3

10.37 MB

  09 - I'm Comin' Down.mp3

11.03 MB

  10 - Higher Than The Sun [A Dub Symphony In Two Parts].mp3

14.00 MB

  11 - Shine Like Stars.mp3

6.89 MB

 78 - Stereolab - (1994) - Mars Audiac Quartet

  01 - Three-Dee Melodie.mp3

6.94 MB

  02 - Wow And Flutter.mp3

4.34 MB

  03 - Transona Five.mp3

7.62 MB

  04 - Des Étoiles Electroniques.mp3

4.59 MB

  05 - Ping Pong.mp3

4.20 MB

  06 - Anamorphose.mp3

10.39 MB

  07 - Three Longers Later.mp3

4.79 MB

  08 - Nihilist Assault Group.mp3

9.52 MB

  09 - International Colouring Contest.mp3

5.23 MB

  10 - The Stars Our Destination.mp3

4.11 MB

  11 - Transporte Sans Bouger.mp3

5.97 MB

  12 - L' Enfer Des Formes.mp3

5.35 MB

  13 - Outer Accelerator.mp3

7.37 MB

  14 - New Orthophony.mp3

6.30 MB

  15 - Fiery Yellow.mp3

5.61 MB

 79 - Dr. Dre - (1992) - The Chronic

  01 - The Chronic (Intro).mp3

2.72 MB

  02 - Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin').mp3

6.70 MB

  03 - Let Me Ride.mp3

5.99 MB

  04 - The Day The Niggaz Took Over.mp3

6.26 MB

  05 - Nuthin' But A _G_ Thang.mp3

5.46 MB

  06 - Deeez Nuuuts.mp3

7.02 MB

  07 - Lil' Ghetto Boy.mp3

7.54 MB

  08 - A Nigga Witta Gun.mp3

5.33 MB

  09 - Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat.mp3

5.25 MB

  10 - The $20 Sack Pyramid.mp3

3.98 MB

  11 - Lyrical Gangbang.mp3

5.61 MB

  12 - High Powered.mp3

3.77 MB

  13 - The Doctor's Office.mp3

1.47 MB

  15 - The Roach [The Chronic Outro].mp3

6.35 MB

  16 - Bitches Ain't Shit.mp3

6.62 MB

 80 - The Pharcyde - (1992) - Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde

  01 - 4 Better Or 4 Worse (Interlude).mp3

888.00 KB

  02 - Oh Shit.mp3

6.62 MB

  03 - It's Jigaboo Time (Skit).mp3

1.85 MB

  04 - 4 Better Or 4 Worse.mp3

8.10 MB

  05 - I'm That Type Of Nigga.mp3

8.64 MB

  06 - If I Were President (Skit).mp3

1.47 MB

  07 - Soul Flower [Remix].mp3

7.11 MB

  08 - On The D.L..mp3

6.69 MB

  09 - Pack The Pipe (Interlude).mp3

514.00 KB

  10 - Officer.mp3

6.46 MB

  11 - Ya Mama.mp3

6.46 MB

  12 - Passing Me By.mp3

6.03 MB

  13 - Otha Fish.mp3

7.65 MB

  14 - Quinton's On The Way (Skit).mp3

3.01 MB

  15 - Pack The Pipe.mp3

7.68 MB

  16 - Return Of The B-Boy.mp3

4.99 MB

  The Pharcyde - Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde.m3u

0.66 KB

 81 - The Breeders - (1990) - Pod

  01 - Glorious.mp3

4.10 MB

  02 - Doe.mp3

2.63 MB

  03 - Happiness Is A Warm Gun.mp3

3.34 MB

  04 - Oh!.mp3

3.00 MB

  05 - Hellbound.mp3

2.95 MB

  06 - When I Was A Painter.mp3

4.26 MB

  07 - Fortunately Gone.mp3

2.21 MB

  08 - Iris.mp3

4.23 MB

  09 - Opened.mp3

3.06 MB

  10 - Only In 3's.mp3

2.40 MB

  11 - Lime House.mp3

2.17 MB

  12 - Metal Man.mp3

3.37 MB

 82 - Sonic Youth - (1990) - Goo

  01 - Dirty Boots.mp3

7.95 MB

  02 - Tunic.mp3

8.98 MB

  03 - Mary-Christ.mp3

4.86 MB

  05 - Mote.mp3

11.59 MB

  06 - My Friend Goo.mp3

3.35 MB

  07 - Disappearer.mp3

7.45 MB

  08 - Mildred Pierce.mp3

3.51 MB

  09 - Cinderella's Big Score.mp3

9.58 MB

  10 - Scooter & Jinx.mp3

1.62 MB

  11 - Titanium Exposé.mp3

10.04 MB

  Goo.log

2.58 KB

  Goo.m3u

0.41 KB

 83 - Pixies - (1991) - Trompe le Monde

  01 - Trompe Le Monde.mp3

2.89 MB

  02 - Planet Of Sound.mp3

3.50 MB

  03 - Alec Eiffel.mp3

4.87 MB

  04 - The Sad Punk.mp3

4.93 MB

  05 - Head On.mp3

3.39 MB

  06 - U-Mass.mp3

4.63 MB

  07 - Palace Of The Brine.mp3

2.51 MB

  08 - Letter To Memphis.mp3

4.46 MB

  09 - Bird Dream Of The Olympus Mons.mp3

4.37 MB

  10 - Space (I Believe In).mp3

6.85 MB

  11 - Subbacultcha.mp3

3.48 MB

  12 - Distance Equals Rate Times Time.mp3

2.36 MB

  13 - Lovely Day.mp3

3.31 MB

  14 - Motorway To Roswell.mp3

7.55 MB

  15 - The Navajo Know.mp3

3.57 MB

  Pixies - Trompe le Monde.m3u

0.53 KB

  Trompe le Monde.log

3.88 KB

 85 - Massive Attack - (1991) - Blue Lines

  01 - Safe From Harm.mp3

6.04 MB

  02 - One Love.mp3

5.77 MB

  03 - Blue Lines.mp3

5.49 MB

  04 - Be Thankful For What You Got.mp3

5.16 MB

  05 - Five Man Army.mp3

7.38 MB

  06 - Unfinished Sympathy.mp3

6.94 MB

  07 - Daydreaming.mp3

4.86 MB

  08 - Lately.mp3

5.58 MB

  09 - Hymn Of The Big Wheel.mp3

8.19 MB

  Blue Lines.log

5.80 KB

  Massive Attack - Blue Lines.m3u

0.64 KB

 86 - Destroyer - City of Daughters

  01 - Comments On The World As Will.mp3

1.29 MB

  02 - No Cease Fires.mp3

4.86 MB

  03 - The Space Race.mp3

3.28 MB

  04 - Dark Purposes.mp3

3.17 MB

  05 - Emax I.mp3

2.36 MB

  06 - I Want This Cyclops.mp3

4.37 MB

  07 - Loves Of A Gnostic.mp3

3.70 MB

  08 - Emax II.mp3

1.28 MB

  09 - State Of The Union.mp3

1.78 MB

  10 - School, And The Girls Who Go There.mp3

3.95 MB

  12 - War On Jazz.mp3

2.65 MB

  13 - Emax III.mp3

1.32 MB

  14 - You Were So Cruel.mp3

5.13 MB

  15 - Signs.mp3

1.04 MB

  16 - Rereadng The Marble Faun.mp3

4.58 MB

  17 - Son Of The Earth.mp3

3.14 MB

 87 - GZA_Genius - (1995) - Liquid Swords

  01 - Liquid Swords.mp3

6.21 MB

  02 - Duel Of The Iron Mic.mp3

5.66 MB

  03 - Living In The World Today.mp3

1.26 MB

  04 - Gold.mp3

4.62 MB

  05 - Cold World.mp3

7.59 MB

  06 - Labels.mp3

4.00 MB

  07 - 4th Chamber.mp3

6.35 MB

  08 - Shadowboxin'.mp3

4.82 MB

  10 - Investigative Reports.mp3

5.27 MB

  11 - Swordsman.mp3

5.44 MB

  12 - I Gotcha Back.mp3

6.91 MB

  13 - Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.mp3

6.21 MB

 88 - Wilco - (1996) - Being There

  101 - Misunderstood.mp3

9.15 MB

  102 - Far, Far Away.mp3

4.50 MB

  103 - Monday.mp3

5.66 MB

  104 - Outtasite (Outta Mind).mp3

4.50 MB

  105 - Forget The Flowers.mp3

4.21 MB

  107 - I Got You (At The End Of The Century).mp3

6.72 MB

  108 - What's The World Got In Store.mp3

4.81 MB

  109 - Hotel Arizona.mp3

5.88 MB

  110 - Say You Miss Me.mp3

6.33 MB

  201 - Sunken Treasure.mp3

9.76 MB

  202 - Someday Soon.mp3

3.75 MB

  203 - Outta Mind (Outta Sight).mp3

4.56 MB

  204 - Someone Else's Song.mp3

4.54 MB

  205 - Kingpin.mp3

7.42 MB

  206 - (Was I) In Your Dreams.mp3

4.95 MB

  207 - Why Would You Wanna Live.mp3

6.38 MB

  208 - The Lonely 1.mp3

5.29 MB

  209 - Dreamer In My Dreams.mp3

10.11 MB

 90 - Cocteau Twins - (1990) - Heaven or Las Vegas

  01 - Cherry-Coloured Funk.mp3

4.20 MB

  02 - Pitch The Baby.mp3

4.31 MB

  03 - Iceblink Luck.mp3

4.53 MB

  04 - Fifty-Fifty Clown.mp3

4.19 MB

  05 - Heaven Or Las Vegas.mp3

6.89 MB

  06 - I Wear Your Ring.mp3

5.59 MB

  07 - Fotzepolitic.mp3

4.63 MB

  08 - Wolf In The Breast.mp3

4.72 MB

  09 - Road, River And Rail.mp3

4.86 MB

  10 - Frou-Frou Foxes In Midsummer Fires.mp3

7.18 MB

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1.96 KB

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7.34 KB

  AlbumArt_{216BB516-9140-4BDE-AC4D-4E9393E18214}_Small.jpg

1.96 KB

  desktop.ini

0.29 KB

  folder.jpg

7.34 KB

 91 - Tortoise - (1998) - TNT

  01 - TNT.mp3

10.37 MB

  02 - Swung From The Gutters.mp3

8.08 MB

  03 - Ten-Day Interval.mp3

6.52 MB

  04 - I Set My Face To The Hillside.mp3

8.44 MB

  05 - The Equator.mp3

5.11 MB

  06 - A Simple Way To Go Faster Than Light That Does Not Work.mp3

4.90 MB

  07 - The Suspension Bridge At Iguazú Falls.mp3

7.75 MB

  08 - Four-Day Interval.mp3

6.54 MB

  09 - In Sarah, Mencken, Christ, And Beethoven There Were Women And Men.mp3

10.29 MB

  10 - Almost Always Is Nearly Enough.mp3

3.71 MB

  11 - Jetty.mp3

11.40 MB

  12 - Everglade.mp3

5.95 MB

 92 - Scott Walker - (1995) - Tilt

  01 - Farmer In The City.mp3

9.12 MB

  02 - The Cockfighter.mp3

8.30 MB

  03 - Bouncer See Bouncer....mp3

12.15 MB

  04 - Manhattan.mp3

8.38 MB

  05 - Face On Breast.mp3

7.23 MB

  06 - Bolivia '95.mp3

10.64 MB

  07 - Patriot [(A Single)].mp3

11.64 MB

  08 - Tilt.mp3

7.18 MB

  09 - Rosary.mp3

3.71 MB

  Folder.jpg

10.18 KB

  Thumbs.db

7.00 KB

 93 - Bob Dylan - (1997) - Time Out of Mind

  01 - Love Sick.mp3

8.60 MB

  02 - Dirt Road Blues.mp3

5.79 MB

  03 - Standing In The Doorway.mp3

12.39 MB

  04 - Million Miles.mp3

9.44 MB

  05 - Tryin' To Get To Heaven.mp3

8.61 MB

  06 - 'Til I Fell In Love With You.mp3

8.49 MB

  07 - Not Dark Yet.mp3

10.40 MB

  08 - Cold Irons Bound.mp3

11.65 MB

  09 - Make You Feel My Love.mp3

5.70 MB

  10 - Can't Wait.mp3

9.29 MB

  11 - Highlands.mp3

26.50 MB

 94 - Frank Black - (1994) - Teenager of the Year

  01 - Whatever Happened To Pong_.mp3

2.21 MB

  02 - Thalassocracy.mp3

2.18 MB

  03 - (I Want To Live On An) Abstract Plain.mp3

3.25 MB

  04 - Calistan.mp3

4.85 MB

  05 - The Vanishing Spies.mp3

5.18 MB

  06 - Speedy Marie.mp3

5.08 MB

  07 - Headache.mp3

4.06 MB

  08 - Sir Rockaby.mp3

4.11 MB

  09 - Freedom Rock.mp3

6.12 MB

  10 - Two Reelers.mp3

4.27 MB

  11 - Fiddle Riddle.mp3

5.15 MB

  12 - Ole Mulholland.mp3

6.70 MB

  13 - Fazer Eyes.mp3

5.11 MB

  14 - I Could Stay Here Forever.mp3

3.51 MB

  15 - The Hostess With The Mostest.mp3

2.71 MB

  16 - Superabound.mp3

4.54 MB

  17 - Big Red.mp3

3.85 MB

  18 - Space Is Gonna Do Me Good.mp3

3.38 MB

  19 - White Noise Maker.mp3

3.79 MB

  20 - Pure Denizen Of The Citizens Band.mp3

3.29 MB

  21 - Bad, Wicked World.mp3

2.79 MB

  22 - Pie In The Sky.mp3

3.13 MB

 95 - Massive Attack - (1998) - Mezzanine

  01 - Angel.mp3

8.52 MB

  02 - Risingson.mp3

6.36 MB

  03 - Teardrop.mp3

6.34 MB

  04 - Inertia Creeps.mp3

7.87 MB

  05 - Exchange.mp3

5.17 MB

  06 - Dissolved Girl.mp3

7.84 MB

  07 - Man Next Door.mp3

6.24 MB

  08 - Black Milk.mp3

7.37 MB

  09 - Mezzanine.mp3

7.25 MB

  10 - Group Four.mp3

10.94 MB

  11 - Exchange.mp3

5.17 MB

  Massive Attack - Mezzanine.m3u

0.67 KB

  Mezzanine.log

3.29 KB

 96 - Herbert - (1998) - Around the House

  01 - [Untitled].mp3

1.22 MB

  02 - So Now.mp3

7.79 MB

  03 - Around The House.mp3

6.30 MB

  04 - Close To Me.mp3

9.10 MB

  05 - The Last Beat.mp3

7.50 MB

  06 - Going Round.mp3

9.56 MB

  07 - This Time.mp3

11.10 MB

  08 - We Still Have (The Music).mp3

8.88 MB

  09 - In The Kitchen.mp3

16.78 MB

  10 - Never Give Up.mp3

16.10 MB

  11 - We Go Wrong.mp3

7.13 MB

  134_2.jpg

11.37 KB

  around the house.m3u

0.80 KB

  Thumbs.db

5.50 KB

 97 - Mogwai - (1997) - Young Team

  01 - Yes! I Am A Long Way From Home.mp3

8.23 MB

  02 - Like Herod.mp3

16.14 MB

  03 - Katrien.mp3

7.50 MB

  04 - Radar Maker.mp3

2.27 MB

  05 - Tracy.mp3

10.13 MB

  06 - Summer [Priority Version].mp3

4.86 MB

  07 - With Portofolio.mp3

4.45 MB

  08 - R U Still In 2 It_.mp3

10.17 MB

  09 - A Cheery Wave From Stranded Youngsters.mp3

3.25 MB

  10 - Mogwai Fear Satan.mp3

22.41 MB

 98 - K.M.D. - (1991) - Mr. Hood

  01 - Mr. Hood At Piocalles Jewelry,Crackpot.mp3

3.63 MB

  02 - Who Me (With An Answer From Dr. Bert).mp3

4.57 MB

  03 - Boogie Man!.mp3

4.54 MB

  04 - Mr. Hood Meets Onyx.mp3

2.74 MB

  05 - Subroc's Mission.mp3

5.50 MB

  06 - Humrush.mp3

4.66 MB

  07 - Figure Of Speech.mp3

5.11 MB

  08 - Bananapeel Blues.mp3

5.31 MB

  09 - Nitty Gritty (Featuring Brand Nubian).mp3

6.21 MB

  10 - Trial 'N Error.mp3

5.71 MB

  11 - Hard Wit No Hoe.mp3

5.15 MB

  12 - Mr. Hood Gets A Haircut.mp3

1.80 MB

  13 - 808 Man.mp3

4.91 MB

  14 - Boy Who Cried Wolf.mp3

4.02 MB

  15 - Peachfuzz.mp3

5.13 MB

  16 - Preacher Porkchop.mp3

3.16 MB

  17 - Soulflexin'.mp3

4.60 MB

  18 - Gasface Refill (Bonus Track).mp3

4.13 MB

  19 - Nitty Gritty Remix (Featuring Busta Rhymes And Brand Nubian).mp3

5.77 MB

  KMD - Mr. Hood (--aps).sfv

2.17 KB

 99 - Raekwon - (1995) - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx

  01 - Striving For Perfection.mp3

2.62 MB

  02 - Knuckleheadz.mp3

5.18 MB

  03 - Knowledge God.mp3

5.98 MB

  04 - Criminology.mp3

4.44 MB

  05 - Incarcerated Scarfaces.mp3

7.29 MB

  06 - Rainy Dayz.mp3

9.34 MB

  07 - Guillotine (Swordz).mp3

5.05 MB

  08 - Can It Be All So Simple.mp3

8.19 MB

  09 - Shark Niggas (Biters).mp3

2.45 MB

  10 - Ice Water.mp3

4.94 MB

  11 - Glaciers Of Ice.mp3

6.56 MB

  12 - Verbal Intercourse.mp3

5.27 MB

  13 - Wisdom Body.mp3

3.27 MB

  15 - Ice Cream.mp3

5.65 MB

  16 - Wu-Gambinos.mp3

7.16 MB

  17 - Heaven & Hell.mp3

6.73 MB

  18 - North Star (Jewels).mp3

5.88 MB

  Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.log

5.17 KB

  Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.m3u

1.11 KB
 

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[color=blue]Top 100 albums of the 1990s[/SIZE][/color]

Top 100 albums of the 1990s





1 Radiohead OK computer 1997
2 My bloody Valentine Loveless 1991
3 Flaming lips The soft bulletin 1999
4 Neutral milk hotel In the aeroplane over the sea 1998
5 Pavement Slanted and enchanted 1992
6 Nirvana Nevermind 1991
7 DJ Shadow Endtroducing 1996
8 Pavement Crooked rain, crooked rain 1994
9 Bonnie 'Prince' Billy I see a darkness 1999
10 Guided by voices Bee thousand 1994
11 Talk talk Laughing stock 1991
12 Slint Spiderland 1991
13 Nirvana In utero 1993
14 Belle and Sebastian If you're feeling sinister 1996
15 Radiohead The bends 1995
16 Dismemberment plan Emergency & I 1999
17 Public enemy Fear of a black planet 1990
18 Smashing pumpkins Siamese dream 1993
19 Beck Odelay 1996
20 Björk Post 1995
21 Björk Homogenic 1997
22 Built to spill Perfect from now on 1997
23 Beta band The 3 ep's 1998
24 Built to spill There's mothing wrong with love 1994
25 Yo la tengo I can hear the heart beating as one 1997
26 Weezer Weezer ("blue album") 1994
27 Guided by voices Alian lanes 1995
28 Pixies Bossanova 1990
29 Modest mouse The lonesome crowded West 1997
30 Liz Phair Exile in Guyville 1993
31 Wilco Summer teeth 1999
32 Notorious B.I.G. Ready to die 1994
33 Nas Illmatic 1994
34 Beastie boys Check your head 1992
35 Boards of Canada Music has the right to children 1998
36 Wu-Tang clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 chambers) 1993
37 Magnetic fields 69 love songs 1999
38 Jesus lizard Goat 1991
39 Olivia tremor control Dusk at Cubist castle 1996
40 Aphex twin Richard D. James album 1996
41 Yo la tengo Painful 1993
42 Fugazi Red medicine 1995
43 R.E.M. Automatic for the people 1992
44 Boredoms Super are 1998
45 Godspeed you black emperor! F#a#oo 1998
46 Air Moon safari 1997
47 Oval 94 Diskont 1995
48 Portishead Dummy 1994
49 Tom Waits Bone machine 1992
50 Outkast Aquemeni 1998
51 Stereolab Emperor Tomato Ketchup 1996
52 PJ Harvey Rid of me 1993
53 Weezer Pinkerton 1991
54 Blur Parklife 1994
55 Spiritualized Ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space 1997
56 A Tribe called quest The low end theory 1991
57 Brainiac Bonsai superstar 1994
58 Jesus lizard Liar 1992
59 Elliott Smith Either/Or 1997
60 Palace Viva last blues 1995
61 Pulp Different class 1995
62 Aphex twin Selected ambient works, volume 2 1994
63 De la soul De la soul is dead 1991
64 Breeders Last splash 1993
65 Daft punk Homework 1996
66 Tricky Maxinquaye 1995
67 Mouse on Mars Iahora Tahiti 1995
68 Elliott Smith XO 1998
69 Jeff Buckley Grace 1994
70 Jawbox For your own special sweetheart 1994
71 Dr. Octagon Ecologyst 1996
72 Silver jews American water 1998
73 Brainiac Hissing prigs in static couture 1996
74 Ride Nowhere 1990
75 A Tribe called quest Midnight marauders 1993
76 Mercury rev The deserter's song 1998
77 Primal scream Screamadelica 1991
78 Stereolab Mars audiac quintet 1994
79 Dr. Dre The chronic 1992
80 Pharcyde Bizarre ride II The Pharcyde 1992
81 Breeders Pod 1990
82 Sonic youth Goo 1990
83 Pixies Trompe le monde 1991
84 Company flow Funcrusher plus 1997
85 Massive attack Blue lines 1991
86 Destroyer City of daughters 1998
87 Genius/GZA Liquid swords 1995
88 Wilco Being there 1996
89 Squarepusher Music is rotted one note 1998
90 Cocteau twins Heaven or Las Vegas 1990
91 Tortoise TNT 1998
92 Scott Walker Tilt 1995
93 Bob Dylan Time out of mind 1997
94 Frank Black Teenager of the year 1994
95 Massive attack Mezzanine 1998
96 Herbert Around the house 1998
97 Mogwai Young team 1997
98 KMD Mr. Hood 1991
99 Raekwon Only built 4 Cuban linx 1995
100 Orb The Orb's adventures beyond the Ultraworld 1991




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100: The Orb
The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld
[Big Life; 1991]

At the very start of the 1990s, The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld managed to make ambient house a perpetual "next big thing" for the rest of the decade. As fearless psychic peregrinators, Dr. Alex Paterson, Thrash, and around 20 other musicians loaded the record up with BBC Shakespeare performances and Apollo 11 recordings, then hit the spaceways, making stops in Detroit clubs, Indian dancehalls, London philharmonics, and Tibetan monasteries. It made for an album that could appeal to everyone from new age receptionists to dubheads to prog-rock pharmacists.

Lest it be forgotten, this is also one of the most supremely hypnotizing drug albums ever. There are more rocket launches here than a New Years' Eve Kiss concert in Los Alamos. Under carbonated cosmo-fountains of astro-juice, the Ultraworld expedition encounters pulsing photon beats and God himself ("And the mountains shall drop sweet wine and the hills shall melt"). It's simultaneously liquid enough to put you to sleep and frighteningly exotic enough to hype your nerves up on the way to the rave. House music was now officially epic. --Alex Linhardt


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099: Raekwon
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
[Loud; 1995]

is "ghetto haiku"
still the leading Wu cliché,
or..."cinematic?"

but here it's true, like
magnetic poetry mixed
up by Kool G. Rap

Rae and Ghost, lovers
never more opaque, slanged-out
wandering the streets

black mafioso
inventors, raw rhyme spitters
(Deck kills "Guillotine")

yet other rappers
bring their lucid best-- Nas on
"Verbal Intercourse"!

and beats aren't dull or
inert as older chambers;
"Ice Cream", "Knowledge God". -- Mullah Omar


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098: KMD
Mr. Hood
[Asylum; 1991]

How much more fun can you have with race politics? On KMD's 1991 underground hip-hop classic, the clueless, white-as-starched-napkins Mr. Hood disses Onyx's mom, Sesame Street's Bert helps us hunt for Little Sambo, and the group's political speechifying rolls masterfully over scratchy old R&B samples. It's not only a crime but also a mystery why this is still out of print-- especially considering MF Doom's current prominence. In KMD, he went by the name Zev Love X, fresh-faced instead of metal-faced, but still dropping rhymes from his mouth like coils of rope; Onyx, who quit after this record, and the late DJ Sub-Roc fill out the trio. What happened after this record is legend: Their grittier and lower-fi follow-up, Black Bastards, was pulled by their label for years, and Sub-Roc was unfortunately killed in an accident. Yet with all that tragic baggage-- and all of its angry rhetoric and heavy themes-- Mr. Hood is still a blast to listen to, an easy-going record rich with neighborhood stories, folklore allusions, some of the funniest skits of all time, and one classic cut after another. --Chris Dahlen


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097: Mogwai
Young Team
[Jetset; 1997]

Mogwai weren't the first rock band to stack up thick, hypnotic layers of ambient drone, thread in some raw cellos and violins, maximize the rushing crescendo, and then proudly brand the result "post-rock." But they are, inarguably, some of the most successful noodlers their field has seen. Dealing in pedals, ploys and big, galactic drama, Mogwai consistently capture the experience of loping up every last hill in Scotland, then tumbling back down with a gorgeous, triumphant blast of sound. While Mogwai's output may be perpetually swelling, it's hardly facile: Young Team, the band's stunning 1997 debut, pulled together unexpected bits of found sound, carefully tinkered piano, and plenty of now-trademark crashing guitars, each lulling wave of sound eventually punctuated by an explosion of feedback or jarring soft-loud shift. Successfully transcending the tedium of instrumental drone rock, Young Team remains a thrilling listen, dynamic, arch and occasionally terrifying: Check the unforeseeable guitar eruption three minutes into "Like Herod". You will fall out of your chair. --Amanda Petrusich


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096: Herbert
Around the House
[!K7; 1998]

The title of Mathew Herbert's first proper full-length under his own name is a pun, of course-- one that states his M.O. quite nicely. Around the House is playful and open-ended, veering from straight pop to exercises in sound manipulation, but its comforting 4/4 post-disco beat puts it all in the vicinity of house music. The title also alludes to the common objects that served as sound sources throughout the record, something that for the listener is incidental.

Herbert has always thrown a light on his composition method, going so far as to spell it out formally and draft a written manifesto for music creation, but the "how" of Herbert's music is easy to ignore as you immerse yourself in his sound. Around the House, save a long soundscape at its end, is airy, spacious and warm, the aural equivalent of late fall afternoon sun. The record has no duds, but the highlight is definitely "So Now", which, elevated by collaborator Dani Siciliano's vocals, is one of the greatest pop songs in Herbert's oeuvre. Given the limitless sonic possibilities of the computer, Matthew Herbert is a genius with limitation. --Mark Richardson


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095: Massive Attack
Mezzanine
[Virgin; 1998]

It's hard to improve on Brent DiCrescenzo's original review of this album, which pointed out that Mezzanine absorbs light. Even in the blacklit genre of trip-hop, nothing hit the low register like the pulses of the brooding "Angel" or the choked-out, smoked-out vocals on "Risingson". But what saves this from being a mere opium drip soundtrack are the flashes of pop: the subtle hooks, the dependable songwriting, and-- most of all-- the spare use of Elizabeth Fraser's high vocal wisps. On "Teardrop" and especially "Group Four", the contrast between that fleeting beacon and the void below evoke far more drama than their writing ever could-- like some classic mythological painting where the gates of heaven are just barely in sight of whatever's damned at the bottom. --Chris Dahlen


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094: Frank Black
Teenager of the Year
[4AD; 1994]

Though originally panned by critics and fans for its bug-eyed sense of humor and perceived lack of focus, Frank Black's Teenager of the Year has since come to be regarded as the defining statement of his solo career. Spanning 22 sprawling tracks and more than 60 minutes, it's not an album that quickly reveals itself, but beneath its initially rabid veneer lie moments brilliant enough to rival any of the Pixies' 1990s work, and Black's greatest lyrical achievements. Witness "Speedy Marie", whose profoundly romantic lines, like many on the album, exhibit a near-poetic depth: "Wise is the tongue, wet of perfect thought/ And softest neck where always do I/ Lay my clumsy thoughts." "White Noise Maker" laments the modern age with a vintage amplifier as its central symbol: "That billboard prose shining on me/ And it shines because/ It's been so long since my Telstar/ I hope it crashes in the sea." "Headache" details its namesake with the evocative turn, "My heart is crammed in my cranium and it still knows how to pound."

These songs serve not only as examples of Black's lyrical ingenuity, but also his mastery of the three-minute pop song. This album is, in fact, filled with evidence of Black's songwriting proficiency: From the bouncy piano pop of "The Vanishing Spies", to the wistful rocker "Calistan", to "Freedom Rock", "I Could Stay Here Forever" and "Space Is Gonna Do Me Good", Teenager of the Year is the kind of cerebral pop masterpiece that could only be deemed a disappointment in the wake of such an indomitable precedent as the Pixies. --Ryan Schreiber


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093: Bob Dylan
Time Out of Mind
[Columbia; 1997]

Bob Dylan will always be understood as a stubbornly prolific songwriter, his magnificent, fuck-off scowl belying a throbbing penchant for unadulterated self-expression. In the post-Blood on the Tracks 1970s, Dylan served up loads of unilaterally unwelcome records about his newfound (and adamant) embrace of born-again Christianity; when necessary, he shot the appropriate sneer at open-mouthed detractors, refusing to play any other material at his live shows. In the 1980s, he spit out a few insufferable quasi-dance experiments (see 1985's Empire Burlesque), an infamously wretched Grateful Dead pile-up (1989's Dylan & The Dead), and embarked on an, um, ambitious never-ending world tour. In the early 1990s, we glimpsed a brief return to traditional acoustic folk, a greatest hits record, and then, finally, in 1997, the stunning Time Out of Mind.

Dylan's groundbreaking work in the 1960s had already provided him with a valid, non-expiring pass for late-millennium stumbling; Time Out of Mind wasn't especially necessary to preserve his legacy, a fact that makes the record feel even more quintessentially Dylan-esque. Unexpected, unprecedented and wholly remarkable, Time Out of Mind contained Dylan's strongest songwriting since in two decades, a gritty, dark and hauntingly spare lamentation of mortality and love. Opener "Lovesick" stands as one of the most heartbreakingly vitriolic love songs ever recorded, while "Standing in the Doorway"-- with its delicate electric guitar and plaintive vocals-- sees Dylan at his most vulnerable. Indeed: Bob came back, again. --Amanda Petrusich


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092: Scott Walker
Tilt
[Drag City; 1995]

Scott Walker's retreat from the public eye in the 1980s only assisted his ascent into the realm of the avant-garde. His 1984 Climate of the Hunter LP hinted at a newfound interest in eclectic ambience but was nothing compared to the creative supernova of 1995's Tilt. Here, Walker's music wasn't completely removed from his classic 1960s existential baroque-pop, but rather allowed to evolve naturally into a bizarre and engaging dark suite of art-songs. "Farmer in the City"-- a tribute to Italian art-house director Paolo Pasolini-- connects Walker's affinities for cinematic orchestral arrangements and weighty, minor key balladry. "The Cockfighter", like many of Tilt's tracks, uses natural ambience and subtle electronic touches to establish a mood, and then suddenly erupts into abrasive, aggressive avant-rock, as Walker operatically wails, "It's a beautiful night!"

In fact, Tilt resembles nothing so much as an extended, post-modern aria; its structure defying the simple arrangement of verses and choruses, it delivers a faithful presentation of stream-of-consciousness self-discovery and even dementia. The most ambitious moments ("Patriot [A Single]", "Bouncer See Bouncer") elude description entirely, but are stunning examples of what can happen when an artist is allowed to explore his muse on his own terms. The chilling "Rosary", featuring only a trembling Walker accompanying himself on guitar, perhaps betrays the intense isolation at the heart of Tilt, but it also exposes his raw-nerve expression as both a beacon of originality and something capable of truly moving emotional resonance. --Dominique Leone


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091: Tortoise
TNT
[Thrill Jockey; 1998]

Consider this post-rock's problem child. TNT marked a confluence of avant-garde jazz, indie rock and minimalist lite-techno that circuitously landed itself in territory carefully avoided by traditional rock albums: easy listening. Never too abrasive, yet consistently challenging, TNT was like a hypnotic snowglobe that refused to settle without ever having required shaking. Tortoise showcased their musicians' talents with an improviser's bent, leaving behind the sometimes production-centric electronic dub leanings of Millions Now Living Will Never Die in favor of a more inspired, organic feel. You can feel the groove in the album's opening minutes: fragmented loose drum forms slowly take shape behind scattered angular guitar chords, only to fall perfectly in line for a subdued, but determined, steady full-circuit instrumental jam. From there the doors are thrown wide open until the mesmerizing tones of "Everglade" float you home. Tortoise let you inside for this one, so just keep it down and don't touch anything. --William Morris
<!--pagebreak-->090: Cocteau Twins
Heaven or Las Vegas
[4AD; 1990]

Initially, the glacial textures conjured by guitarist Robin Guthrie on Heaven or Las Vegas may seem like frozen artifacts from a forgotten shoegazer past. But behind its icy exterior lies the album's beating heart-- a core of ungodly gorgeous songs that is every bit as moving and relevant today as it ever was. Elizabeth Fraser's vocal performance, more straightforward here than on any of the Cocteaus' 80s output, is strikingly nuanced, imbuing the record's haunting melodies with an entirely unique and entrancing character. The songs themselves are remarkably complex, weaving crisp electronic beats, monolithic synthesizers, effects-laden guitar, and Fraser's stately and angelic voice into a seamless sonic velour. --Matt LeMay


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089: Squarepusher
Music Is Rotted One Note
[Warp; 1999]

Perhaps it was unexpected that one of the pioneering electronic music performers of the 1990s would produce a truly definitive post-rock album, but of course, Squarepusher has always been excitable. Tom Jenkinson's striking 1998 release bore more in common with Herbie Hancock's Headhunters than it did anything in his own catalog-- or, indeed, all of Warp's. The jazz fusion-informed bass figures on his previous albums only hinted at what must have been an extensive background in the genre, but this sound came to the fore on Music Is Rotted One Note, and did so with a vengeance. "Chunks" bursts out of the gate like a funky jungle cat, sounding like something ripped off the cutting room floor of Miles Davis' On the Corner sessions. "Don't Go Plastic" dropped the hyperspeed drums (also courtesy of Jenkinson) and vintage Fender Rhodes piano, applying extremely subtle electronic manipulations. One of the most obvious accomplishments of the record was its success in updating a model long since to have been perfected. However, it's the dark, hazy mood Squarepusher sustains that gives the album life. --Dominique Leone
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088: Wilco
Being There
[Reprise; 1996]

Jeff Tweedy's first post-Uncle Tupelo venture began as all-around underwhelming substitute for hungry, belt-buckled alt-country fans: Wilco's humble debut, the twang-heavy country-pop offering A.M., contained virtually no hints of the band's potential for subtle sound-sketching. It wasn't until 1996's double-disc, the 19-track Being There, that Tweedy and company began tapping into the skittish, textured atmospherics that would-- nearly six years later-- secure them a fixed spot in the American canon. Being There is a notoriously inconsistent effort. Deeply ambitious, its missteps (see the overstated, Stones-lite faux-boogie of "Monday") were ultimately incapable of sullying the transcendence of its epic successes. Among those, opener "Misunderstood" pit 60s psychedelia (pinging strings, studio fuzz and unexpected splats of sound) against a sweet, spare piano melody, while "The Lonely 1" cemented the band's ability to eschew sentimentality without sacrificing warmth. Being There was Wilco's original coming-of-age, an occasionally awkward, ultimately profound transformation into something altogether new and beautiful. --Amanda Petrusich


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087: GZA/Genius
Liquid Swords
[Geffen; 1995]

This blurb is coming to you live from a Wal-Mart laptop at my grandmother's funeral. GZA is bragging on a cassette I'm playing through headphones hooked up to a karaoke toy. The family curse is in full effect: My cousin's been hit by an SUV, my mom's boyfriend is wheelchair-bound after a fall at his junkyard, and four people in our party have contracted a virus, including the girlfriend I dragged along. Let's just say this tape befits a climate of localized terror. Too band the word "ultrasound" already has something to do with babies, because RZA's peak production deserves its own noun to encapsulate the tense beats and samples that dipped Cold Chillin' round-beat cartoonishness in Scorsese dread-mospherics (a style Eminem lately lives to crib).

Liquid Swords was the rare Wu-Tang splinter project that didn't feel like a footnote to 36 Chambers: The songs seem driven by bassists, hit more like metal than funk, and are strewn with gangsta detritus (rough neighborhoods, bitch cops, doomed children). The album's hosts are impolitic enough to threaten that their challengers will go out like Brandon Lee and Pan Am Flight 103, breaking up their boasts with martial-arts dialogue about using older styles to avenge themselves. The bent, Bomb Squad-esque horns of "Living in the World Today" rank among hip-hop's most unnerving, while the retarded keyboards of "4th Chamber" and "Killah Hills 10304" are way sicker than they ought to be. The echoing ampitheatrics rock as scarily as they did when I first heard them, in the days before we judged music with our hard-earned modems: I was sweeping up pigeon shit in the attic of a indie record store shut down by a chain's emergence across the street when-- oh god, no. My cassette just snapped. --William Bowers


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086: Destroyer
City of Daughters
[Triple Crown; 1998]

An acoustic guitar and some CB fuzz was all the yelpy brainball Daniel Bejar needed to join the untradition of songwriting greatness, hurling forth more political metaphors for love than early Songs: Ohia. Like the work of the Silver Jews' David Berman, the lyrics steal the often-awkward show: "The ties that blind us bind us." "Steeples don't hurt any more than they used to hurt." "Boys set fire to the seasons." "Impenitent brothers, sway to the song of a new heretical dawn." "Nothing does a body good like another body." "Maybe I know where to run/ Brother, I know where to hide." "I am a tastemaker and I kill things/ I am not a tastemaker and I kill things." "And Jennifer, your haltertop, a consecrated altar/ But I've run my hands and knees in shame there one too many times." "Outlandish schemes for the Andover dreams/ We've weaned ourselves off of and off of and off of." "You were so cruel, and it was her house." "Modern times, modern minds/ Signs, signs, everywhere, signs." "A pleasantry the blonde in you responded to." "I just finished the book, and some of it's true." "Go girlish down the aisle." Damn straight, darn tooting and dark purposes. --William Bowers


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085: Massive Attack
Blue Lines
[Virgin; 1991]

In 1990, hip-hop was steadily winding its way into the mainstream, and aside from a handful of hardcore acts (Public Enemy, NWA), the genre was splitting into two camps-- creatively bankrupt pop-rap like Hammer and Kid N' Play, or softer, accessible edutainment like Tribe, LL and Brand Nubian-- neither of which were too appealing to those with subversive leanings. Needless to say, it was time for the Brits to bring some much-needed fog and terror. The first lines of "Safe from Harm" were like a smooth kick to the velveted head: "Midnight rockers/ City slickers/ Gunmen and maniacs"-- and this was one of the romantic songs! Massive Attack's amalgamation of vintage dub, ambient starkness, hip-hop beats, siren divas, and drawling, purring raps was the sound of the street, whether you were in an embrace in the park or a gunfight in the alley.

3D, Daddy G, and Mushroom packed all the talent of Bristol (including reggae superstar Horace Andy and a young anti-go-getter then known as Tricky Kid) into a cellar and drew up smoke. 3D and Daddy G invented stoned insouciance a year and a half before Snoop would debut on Dre's The Chronic, tossing off smooth antinomies and meandering stories at a slug's pace. And when they were conjoined to earthy strings, minimalist samples, and Shara Nelson's voice, it incontestably changed the world's perception of the resonance of rap. --Alex Linhardt


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084: Company Flow
Funcrusher Plus
[Rawkus; 1997]

It can safely be assumed that El-P is the only rapper who has ever listed Philip K. Dick, Thomas Pynchon, and Terry Gilliam as his primary influences. As well as being one of the most prominent producers in underground hip-hop today, this is the kind of lyricist who calls himself a "sycophant" and other rappers "vainglorious." Yet, unlike many of the underground intelligentsia's other offerings on Rawkus, this ain't soft self-contemplation. El-P, Big Juss, and Mr. Len might know who Jackson Pollack is, but they also know his art looks a hell of a lot like splattered blood all over the park. On Funcrusher Plus, tales of molestation, murder, and assaults on capitalism were encapsulated in dense, smart, impenetrable lyrics without precedent, delivered at a fractured pace that required more listens than mortality will permit.

No one was prepared for the accompanying beats. As Big Juss puts says, they're "hardcore like Kool G Rap made for concert piano." Minimal percussion, piano and trumpet raise their heads over the walls of a police state. The beats are utterly disconcerting, like funk squeezed of their essence, popped into shells, and heard through dusty gramophones miles away. Purposefully defying anything remotely resembling mainstream sheen, the rhythms are sheer stuttering, shambling masterpieces, as sporadic and calamitous as gunshots. There was only one thing more dystopic and frightening this decade; I believe it was called the Zaire dictatorship. --Alex Linhardt


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083: Pixies
Trompe le Monde
[4AD; 1991]

The surrealistic heights of Doolittle were never replicated, and by the time of Trompe le Monde, the Pixies' in-band squabbles had become common knowledge. Yet this still made a powerful finale, recasting the ingredients that had caused fans to fall so deeply in love with the Boston foursome in the first place. While somewhat skimpy with the dreamy vocal interplay of Frank Black and Kim Deal (when someone says "4AD," I still think of that ghostly echo), the best songs smoked regardless, boasting brilliant drums fills and scattershot rhythms, an unpredictable compositional sense, and Black's increasingly opaque lyricism. His words sounded sexy even when they didn't make much sense, and "U-Mass"' "Oh kiss me cunt/ Oh kiss me cock" remains one of rock 'n' roll's better come-ons. It was all in the chemistry, even when nobody was talking to one another. --Brandon Stosuy


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082: Sonic Youth
Goo
[DGC; 1990]

After spending most of the 1980s flaunting their Branca-inspired free-form guitar squall, seminal noise-rockers Sonic Youth tumbled into the 90s with Goo, the largely anticipated (and comparably amiable) follow-up to 1988's groundbreaking Daydream Nation. The band's first album after switching to major DGC, Goo was a notoriously "transitional" record, with Sonic Youth cramming their feedback-heavy dissonance into a slightly more focused aesthetic and pushing memorable melodies without compromising their much-beloved contentiousness. By demanding full creative control and limited A&R capacities from the label, Sonic Youth unknowingly etched a successful template for future indie bands yearning for the double-dip of major-label distribution and indie-like sovereignty. --Amanda Petrusich


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081: The Breeders
Pod
[4AD; 1990]

Pod is a blissful mindfuck of a record. Deal may have played coy and seductive throughout, but there was something subtly sinister to her cooing-- like a siren or a schoolgirl concealing a butcher knife, her methods of enticement immediately struck as inherently destructive. This dynamic was fully realized in the songs themselves, which came across like the product of a band caught in a constant cycle of self-destruction and rebirth. Sure, the songs were catchy-- frighteningly so, in fact-- but that just served to make them all the more poignant when they fall apart. Deal's tobacco-stained delivery and Steve Albini's sharp, make-up-free production make songs like "Oh", "Doe", and the unforgettable "Iris" are as oddly wrenching as they are outwardly pretty and well-constructed.

More than a decade later, this record remains deliciously inscrutable. Sometimes it's disarmingly gorgeous. Other times it's punishingly gritty and violent. Usually, it's both. Pod's bipolar cover of "Happiness Is a Warm Gun" perfectly encapsulates the record as a whole-- whether Deal was playing it cool or tearing shit up, she seemed to be enjoying every second of it. --Matt LeMay
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Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde
[Delicious Vinyl; 1992]

Offshoots of the same Los Angeles Good Life open mic night that brought up Freestyle Fellowship, Project Blowed and Jurassic 5, The Pharcyde also adopted the same flippant disregard for structure, preferring to build upon a loose sing-song style influenced by their jazz upbringings. Combining a love for both traditional hip-hop and abstract jazz, their unflinching cadence changes and spectrum of vocal tones made for not just one of the most distinctive rap records of the decade, but also a defining voice for the youth of the 90s: defiant and original but keenly aware of the past.

Personifying hip-hop as a partner in marriage, admonishing the crooked nature of police officers, and lamenting lack of success with the opposite sex were just a few of their prerogatives, as they rolled across J-Swift's diversely smooth production canvas, mashing Jimi Hendrix with Quincy Jones one moment while flipping James Brown unlike anyone else ever would the next. These days, Fatlip is recovering from a drug problem, and SlimKid3 flails in the grip of Scientology, but in 1992, they represented the fresh face of hip-hop through frantic vocal manipulation and gorgeous jazz backdrops. Essential. --Rollie Pemberton


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079: Dr. Dre
The Chronic
[Death Row; 1992]

I graduated from college in 1992, and during my time at Michigan State University, Public Enemy dominated the hip-hop landscape. Great singles by Young MC and Digital Underground were also popular, but PE was the perfect rap foil to what was then called "college rock." That year, however, things changed-- mostly due to The Chronic. On that album, the West Coast gangsta fantasy took wing, boosted by Dre's deeply funky sound and the brutal dreams of nearby Hollywood. The spectrum of nihilist violence on The Chronic is numbing, ranging from gangland territorial pissings to vengeful prison rape-style scenarios to naked misogyny.

With his feminized Slick Rick-inspired flow, Snoop Dogg manages to make a lot of this somehow charming-- or at least a little funny. Dre is occasionally awkward on the mic (he would later improve as a rapper), but Snoop is bursting with the skill and energy of someone who senses his big moment has finally come. Oddly, the backing tracks now sound rather thin and cheap, miles from the slick sound for which Dre has deservedly become famous, but the relative low fidelity works in this context. Dr. Dre's debut was a watershed moment. Every hip-hop record after had to address The Chronic in some way, either embracing or rejecting what it popularized. Hip-hop's indie/mainstream split started here. --Mark Richardson


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078: Stereolab
Mars Audiac Quintet
[Elektra; 1994]

One summer, my entire driving soundtrack consisted of Peng!, Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements and Mars Audiac Quintet. The propulsive opiate repetitions of Stereolab's radical elevator music went well with shifts in cloud formations and managed to slow-down the frantic New Jersey traffic patterns. In some ways, Mars Audiac Quintet is the least ambitious record of Stereolab's early-90s period, but it still sounds savvy: Check the subversive "Ping Pong", which contrasts sunny-day musicality with anti-war economic theory. Better yet are the hopeful sentiments expressed within the dreamy "Wow and Flutter": "I thought IBM was born with the world/ The U.S. flag would float forever/ The cold opponent did pack away/ The capital will have to follow/ It's not eternal, imperishable/ Oh yes, it will go." Death as a liberating force: If we die, it seems IBM will die, too. --Brandon Stosuy


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077: Primal Scream
Screamadelica
[Sire; 1991]

While Nirvana were summing up the past and changing the economic landscape of U.S. indie rock, a handful of the UK's guitar bands were altering the sonics of that country's indie sounds by engaging with and absorbing the ground-shifting acid house and rave movements. Unlikely members of that future-think fraternity were retro chameleons Primal Scream, whose Screamadelica made an immediate and seismic impact. Featuring collaborations with producers such as Andrew Weatherall and The Orb, Screamadelica thumbed its nose at issues of authorship (and not just with Bobby Gillespie's penchant for lyrical larceny) and rock music's limiting confines of bass, guitar, drums, and vox. Live playing met process music and all that mattered was what came out of the speakers, a buoyant blend of the immediacy of 60s/70s psych and rock with the texture and elasticity of acid house, dub and deep house.

A clarion call for rock fans to stop fighting the future, Screamadelica made no effort to hide its mission statements. Even its song titles read like calls to arms: "Movin' On Up", "Come Together", "Don't Fight It, Feel It", "Shine Like Stars", "Higher Than the Sun", "Slip Inside This House". From the sanguine rattle and hum of the dub version of "Higher Than the Sun" to the heart-lifting melody of "Come Together", Screamadelica's atmospheric and imaginative hybrid of past, present and future captured its moment in vivid color and splendor, and it still radiates with a kaleidoscopic glow. --Scott Plagenhoef


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076: Mercury Rev
Deserter's Songs
[V2; 1998]

Leaving behind the transient random noise bursts and free-ranging psychedelia that made Mercury Rev notorious (they were once kicked off a Lollapalooza tour for being too loud), Deserter's Songs wove a beautiful orchestral tapestry that gave us our first unfiltered peak at the heavenly glow producer Dave Fridmann would later perfect. "The Hudson Line" burst open with Grasshopper's ecstatic guitar, "Delta Sun Bottleneck Stomp" treated us to a promenade in outer space, "Endlessly" made a generation of hipsters fall in love with bassoons and musical saws, and Jonathan Donahue's strange pack-a-day-choirboy voice levitated in the Technicolor explosion of "Opus 40". Deserter's Songs is at once a lullaby, a trip, and a triumph. You'll never hear "Silent Night" the same way again. --Joe Tangari


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075: A Tribe Called Quest
Midnight Marauders
[Jive; 1993]

Heralded as one of the charter members of the conscious rap compendium collectively known as the Native Tongues, A Tribe Called Quest rose to the upper echelon of the industry through their accessible grip on the conveyance of modern problems. They discussed the social ramifications of the N-word, detailed the myriad possibilities in late-night New York, pontificated on various strategies of attracting the opposite sex, and managed to confuse the practical definition of gravity, all while informing the listener of their vast superiority to their peers. Saddled with derivative face value, a deep listen to this record unveils the sound that helped promote the current chilled vibe-oriented underground (Frank and Dank, Madlib, Little Brother) while maintaining a purely independent view of the New York hip-hop landscape of the time.

Further developing the low end sound that made them famous, ATCQ collectively produced a jazz-hop clinic that finds itself equal parts Pete Rock, Buckshot and Diamond D. Their natural use of hard drums and smooth samples were par for the course, with their major triumph being the chiming piano, upright bass and cold groove of "Electric Relaxation". In combining extremes and extrapolating their original concepts, ATCQ made an album suitable for both city driving and sexual encounters. --Rollie Pemberton


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074: Ride
Nowhere
[Sire; 1990]

Those drums are the very thunder of irritated gods, I tell you. Laurence Colbert's kit sounded like giants battling in a cavern, and guitarists Andy Bell and Mark Gardener stretched old-fashioned jangle into heavenly drone and walls of breathtaking feedback. Bassist Steve Queralt was the axis that everything swirled around, and he kept it all tethered as best as he could. Opener "Seagull" is the ultimate musical bloodrush, an army of guitars fanning out as the bass snaps to and the drums clear away any opposition. "Polar Bear" is a stunning climax, freezing Bell and Gardener's everyman harmonies in a vault of ice that Colbert ultimately shatters. The real stunner, though, is "Vapour Trail", a masterful swath of guitar condensation arcing across the pop stratosphere that simply defies gravity. Nowhere was Ride's greatest achievement, and remains one of the greatest statements of the UK's shoegazer movement. --Joe Tangari


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073: Brainiac
Hissing Prigs in Static Couture
[Touch & Go; 1996]

Bridging the gap nicely between the nearly quaint spazcore of Bonsai Superstar and the outwardly experimental Electro-Shock for President EP, Hissing Prigs in Static Couture boasts three of Brainiac's best compositions: the one-two punch of "Pussyfootin'" and "Vincent Come On Down", and the penultimate frenzy "Nothing Ever Changes". Bands don't come much tighter than Brainiac were at this creative zenith, and Hissing Prigs finds these Daytonians unusually in control of their rabid freakouts, even maintaining their earlier releases' charming uneasiness. No talk of Brainiac is safe from the blemishing journalistic mention of singer Timmy Taylor's untimely death, but there's a reason for that: At all times the talented frontman managed weirdness without alienation, a balance that so few vocalists venture to strike in the first place, let alone achieve with this magnitude. --Nick Sylvester


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072: Silver Jews
American Water
[Drag City; 1998]

American Water is one of the great roadtrip records, with its loafing, resplendent guitar lines reverberating from Odessa to Malibu. Though it's fundamentally westward bound, it still sounds like five guys-- two of which are indie heroes (David Berman and Stephen Malkmus)-- sequestered in a basement, churning out affable trots without any particular incentive. The guitar exchanges are as penetrating as Berman's wit and the rhythm section's obstinate blues ensures that nothing gets too maudlin. The solos, illuminating and serene, are played like they might actually be better than the songs themselves. With melodies and inflection cribbed from The Band and Abbey Road, it's like Berman's vocals are crossing the country in a car fueled by wah-wah pedals, honky-tonk, and endlessly bent strings.

They're staggering songs, and it's a shame Berman had to go and write lyrics that were even better to distract us from them. He delivers his lines like someone reduced to monotony because he's felt so many emotions he can barely summon enough effort to express them anymore. His loitering, sing/speak offers blatant rebel posturing ("I am the trick my mother played on the world"), stoned observations ("My ski vest has buttons like convenience store mirrors"), and genuinely affecting romance ("Before I go I gotta ask you, dear, about the tan line on your ring finger"). It's probably the most charismatic band no one listens to, making an album it takes years to hear because you just keep endlessly repeating the first song. --Alex Linhardt


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071: Dr. Octagon
Octagonecologyst
[Dreamworks; 1996]

The winner of the award for the "most creative uses of the word 'rectum,'" Octagonecologyst is an underground hip-hop classic starring Kool Keith's most famous persona, Dr. Octagon, whose blindingly scatological rhymes mixed sci-fi, sex fantasy, and medical horrors (chimpanzee acne? moose bumps?). Rolling on DJ Q-Bert's scratching and Dan the Automator's production-- which bumps like a space-station bootycall-- Dr. Octagon's even, surreal flow comes straight outta Jupiter on "Earth People", camps up the EC comic book of "halfsharkalligatorhalfman", and then slides into slow delirium on "Blue Flowers". Even if there's something voyeuristic about studying this man-- who in real life, may or may not have done time in Bellevue-- it works because it's gripping, not gawk-worthy: Keith is in control of his delusion, and he unravels it into a kind of virtuosity. Look away and you'll miss one hell of a brilliant car wreck. --Chris Dahlen
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For Your Own Special Sweetheart
[Atlantic; 1994]

As the first band to leave the Dischord nest for the proverbial "bigger, better things," Jawbox broke a few DIY hearts when they signed to Atlantic. Subsequent dismissal would later fragment the band, but not before they laid down their magnum opus, For Your Own Special Sweetheart. Simultaneously violent and sublime as J. Robbins' gravelly rasp flies over the crunching chords of "Savory", or the drunken lurch of a wayward bassline collides with a tower of guitar at seventy miles per on the ominous "Motorist", all the gears turn in unison, creating a near perfect blend of heavy, uncompromising rock and an overarching sense of melody. The balancing act is flawless; Jawbox started in Fugazi's shadow as all Dischord bands inevitably do, but for a moment, superceded them, managing a feat that their ancestors wouldn't duplicate for several albums. --Eric Carr


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069: Jeff Buckley
Grace
[Columbia; 1994]

It's difficult to imagine the world of contemporary singer/songwriters without the influence of Jeff Buckley. Indeed, it's difficult to imagine Radiohead in their current guise without the eerily affecting songcraft of Grace and its argument that modern rock needn't be just another run-through of post-Nirvana dynamics. Buckley's voice-- if not as recklessly expressive as his father's, certainly as overtly seductive-- soars angelically over his own chiming guitar figures. Gary Lucas (ex-Captain Beefheart) provides additional guitar and co-writes two of the best songs: "Mojo Pin"-- an epic transfiguration of Debussy with the heavenly grandeur of Led Zeppelin-- and the title track, which is at once perfect pop and an otherworldly declaration of freedom from the constraints of the material world.

Even as Buckley's vision seems incapable of disguising itself, his reinterpretations of Nina Simone's "Lilac Wine", Benjamin Britten's "Corpus Christi Carol", and especially Leonard Cohen's deeply affirming "Hallelujah" seem definitive. Grace ends enigmatically yet perfectly with "Dream Brother", as good an epitaph as any for an artist having clearly unfinished business in this world. It would have been nice to see where Buckley's promise would have led, but Grace will continue to spur on the midnight romantics for as long as it's within earshot. --Dominique Leone


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068: Elliott Smith
XO
[Dreamworks; 1998]

A singer/songwriter with a major label recording budget is, as they say, kind of like a mule with a spinning wheel-- no one knows how he got it, and damned if he knows how to use it. But rather than obfuscating his songwriting gift with syrupy string sections and armies of backup singers, Elliott Smith used his Dreamworks debut, XO, as an opportunity to further focus the emotional power of his previous releases. Melancholy and grandiosity may seem mutually exclusive, but on XO, they're combined to wonderful effect, each crystalline guitar line and majestic piano arpeggio adding momentum and depth to Smith's gorgeous and impassioned vocals.

Indeed, the most striking thing about XO may very well be the elegance and restraint Smith brings to his songs. Smith always managed to say a lot with a striking economy of sounds and words, and not a single note here seems forced or gratuitous. Though Smith was being preened for stardom at the time of its release, there's not a self-indulgent moment to be found on the record-- even its most elaborate parts seem infused with the unassuming spirit of Smith's own musical discovery. XO shows a man poised to take over the world, still content to find new and moving ways to sing about it. --Matt LeMay


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067: Mouse on Mars
Iaora Tahiti
[Too Pure; 1995]

It's difficult to name the best Mouse on Mars album because Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma have such different goals for each. Over the course of their career, they've made atmospheric soundtracks, collaborated with vocalists, and dabbled in noise. No two records sound alike. But Iaora Tahiti is often cited as a favorite simply because it's so damn listenable. With its squishy, organic synths, swaths of space and dub references, Iaora Tahiti just feels good, especially the record's first half. Eventually, Mouse on Mars would head off in more abstract directions, but here, there's nothing deep or challenging about songs with names such as "Saturday Night Worldcup Fieber". The record's second half is filled with longer, more intense tracks that touch on techno and drum-n-bass while incorporating guitars and live drums (some people called this post-rock, see), but Iaora Tahiti never strays too far from pop. This is sunny electronic music operating in accordance with the pleasure principle. --Mark Richardson


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066: Tricky
Maxinquaye
[Island; 1995]

The influences peel off like stickers on a notebook. Utilizing Bomb Squad-confrontational production and subtly primitive IDM textures, Tricky's uniquely muddy form of soundclash shocked the mid-90s listening populace with his merger of angular, raw sampling, dark synth innovation, and pseudo-intellectual lyrics to build the convention-destroying music of Maxinquaye. A collaborative effort from a former husband/wife team, Adrian Thawes and singer Martina Topley-Bird, demonstrated a bizarrely genuine chemistry in such shielded music. Topley-Bird's distinctively British dialect developed a refreshing retreat from her more typical peers, yielding a more modern voice for a changing musical landscape. As she sings, Tricky's monstrously cracking vocals shadow hers to make the listening experience a more personal feat than many pieces before it.

Borrowing more than lyrics from his previous tenure guesting for Massive Attack, Tricky's producer/singer relationship is stronger than the interplay in more linear genres, making this an obsessive work of customization. Unforgettable moments appear frequently, from the gorgeously hard drum break of "Ponderosa" to the clicking future saloon shootout screamer of "Strugglin'" to the Michael Jackson-sampling "Brand New, You're Retro". It's hard to imagine the landscapes of modern electronica and underground hip-hop without this record's influence. --Rollie Pemberton


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065: Daft Punk
Homework
[Virgin; 1997]

This is the kind of homework kids used to get in Paris, way back in 1997: French disco-breaks, dance-funk, and baguettes (a dietary staple from the "pretentious" food group). The latter is part of a balanced breakfast; the former two would be combined by Daft Punk to create the instantly accessible, so-simple-they're-unstoppable electro-fusion beats of Homework, the surprise success of which single-handedly brought French progressive house to worldwide prominence. Dmitri from Paris didn't show his work, and Air were just looking off Daft Punk's paper anyway; "Da Funk" is the original, with a sleazy, distorted vibe that sounds like 1970 imagining music in 1997, and still absolutely slays on the floor. Homework is a testament to elegance through simplicity, brilliant in its form. But Daft Punk never let that distract the listener; they would rather you just kept right on dancing. --Eric Carr


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064: The Breeders
Last Splash
[4AD; 1993]

Like many records of the early 90s, Last Splash was a casualty of the alternative rock boom-- a wildly experimental album with a highly accessible standout single (in this case, two: "Cannonball" and the facetiously straightforward "Divine Hammer") that sent throngs of teenagers scrambling to buy it as quickly as to sell it back, and ten years later, it still has yet to fully overcome its reputation as a bargain-bin staple. This album, of course, was clearly never intended for mainstream consumption: its jarring blasts of feedback and screeching noise, angular vocal melodies, instrumental jam sessions, and unusual wordplay even seemed alien to some Pixies fans. Yet anyone open-minded to experimentation and the advancement of the form reveled in its brilliant, boundary-breaking melodies.

Kim and Kelley Deal beamed with girlish charisma and sibling chemistry, carefully crafting an album whose diversity was outweighed only by its artistry. "Invisible Man" is an aching pop ballad overdriven with distortion and longing; "No Aloha" opens with a disorienting vocal line and punchdrunk Hawaiian guitar before being swallowed by a vortex of chugging, blissful guitar pop; "Do You Love Me Now" is a searching love song that swoons like lovestruck 60s girl groups; "Saints" looks forward to summer with Jim MacPherson's skipping drumbeat and the Deal sisters' anthemic one-line chorus. Last Splash proved Kim Deal had more to do with the Pixies success than anyone had previously thought, and was so tight even its B-sides are classic. --Ryan Schreiber


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063: De La Soul
De La Soul Is Dead
[Tommy Boy; 1991]

From the beginning, they knew their style of speak wouldn't be wholly accepted. Developed as an affront to the success of their debut album Three Feet High and Rising, De La squashed the D.A.I.S.Y theory, while tilting their sound toward denser and more introspective ends. The new incarnation of De La lampooned thug rappers, hip house, demo-toting hopefuls and Burger King employees, while tempering their more light-hearted humor with darker territory like child rape and crack addiction. Not only did the group manage to master the art of the skit and invent myriad off-kilter rhyme schemes; they also contributed the first notable concept album to hip-hop, basing this record around the meta subtext of a listening session with a discarded copy of itself.

Prince Paul stood tall as the figurehead for obscure production tricks, taking sample-based fare into a new level of conscious beat design. Enter song manipulation mastered: tracks from Funkadelic's Maggot Brain morphed into a depressive jazz piano bass march, "Rhythm and Rhyme" samples transformed into a clattering horn prance through a mine field. De La Soul Is Dead boasted absurd levels of diversity, changing face at nearly every turn, yet always maintaining the group's already-distinctive style. --Rollie Pemberton


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062: Aphex Twin
Selected Ambient Works, Vol. II
[Warp; 1994]

Selected Ambient Works, Vol. II has few identifiable beats, choruses, or hooks. It doesn't even have song titles. Often, there's nothing but timbre. If you're lucky, a track might contain faint, arrhythmic squeaks. At its most approachable, it's a pop song attenuated to a classical structure and stripped of its purpose. It's music the same way the Bible is some book. Reportedly written in Richard D. James' lucid dreams, the pieces are lighter and more natural than death, necromantic vocals occasionally emerging out of tangible textures only to instantly recede.

On a couple of tracks, James audaciously manages to transform ambient Stockhausen/Reich-inspired phantasms into something a deaf man might almost call funky. On the more "disturbing" tracks, the incontestably sonorous-- perhaps even religious-- melodies seem to elliptically elude themselves and quietly uproot peals of static and a bitter spirit of languor. It simultaneously pledges to fulfill every desire and expose us all to fates terminated in Arctic graveyards. As an aftershock, it also spurred on one of the great trajectories of pop music in the 1990s, influencing everyone from Radiohead to Timbaland. Cloistered cubicle-dwellers and yoga instructors everywhere gobbled up every Aphex mouse pad and called him the messiah. Mojo called him the next Mozart, and in The Ambient Century, Mark Prendegrast compared one of his songs to Chopin. These are probably overreactions; then again, after buying this album, I've rarely had an inclination to listen to anything else. --Alex Linhardt


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061: Pulp
Different Class
[Island; 1995]

In the UK, an oft-asked question throughout the summer of 1995 was "Blur or Oasis?" The correct answer was "Pulp." Months before the Blur-Oasis duel-- and about 15 years into their career-- Pulp reached #2 on the singles chart with "Common People", a rare moment of inspired anger and vitriol amidst the empty nationalism of Britpop. The song's bitter claim that "You'll never fail like common people/ And watch your life slide out of view" could have been aimed at Damon Albarn and his embrace of lower-class culture, the new anti-intellectualism of laddist slumming, or the conservatism of then-burgeoning Noel-rock. It was probably a bit of all three, simply disguising itself as the story of a brief fling between some anonymous low-rent bloke and the heiress to a family fortune.

Pulp's Jarvis Cocker wrote the bulk of Different Class after the success of "Common People", and it oozes with the confidence, ambition, and relief of a man who, after years of trying, was finally in the right place at the right time. He had to get it right and, spectacularly, he did, articulating the rage of the misshapen and the chronicling the dreams and small victories of broken people with a sparkling and biting blend of wit, panache, class warfare, sexual politics, and glorious (and "Gloria"-borrowed) pop hooks. In the process, Sheffield: Sex City's uncommon heroes proved themselves worthy of the record's titular compliment, and managed to avoid treading the same bloated, conservative waters in which their contemporaries eventually drowned, becoming Britpop's most transcendent stars and one of the UK's most engaging pop acts. --Scott Plagenhoef
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Viva Last Blues
[Drag City; 1995]

The influence of Appalachian folk music is tremendously manifest in Viva Last Blues, Will Oldham's third album under the Palace moniker. But rather than simply copping the rustic mystique of early American music, he chose to recreate it on his own terms. Combining stark acoustic numbers with Neil Young-style rockers, Oldham managed to expand his sound significantly without sacrificing the character and intimacy of his early offerings. Producer Steve Albini leaves every instrument crisp and distinct, allowing Oldham's songs to shine through with no intrusive atmospherics. And as with all of Oldham's most compelling work, the songs on Viva Last Blues are absolutely timeless, utilizing an oft-antiquated vocabulary but never sounding like the product of any specific time or place.

Of course, no discussion of Viva Last Blues would be complete without acknowledging "New Partner", a fan favorite and possibly the finest song Oldham has ever written. "New Partner" reveals itself over time-- immediately striking for its melodic beauty, repeat listens reveal unsettling undercurrents in Oldham's lyrics and delivery. Like the best of his work, "New Partner" offers up a unique and striking take on the ageless themes of love, sex and death, and here, it's hard to tell if Oldham even acknowledges any difference between the three. Oldham enlisted a talented (and credited) band for this album, including Sebadoh's Jason Loewenstein, and the extra investment paid off in spades: Viva Last Blues still stands as one of Oldham's best and most-loved records. --Matt LeMay


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059: Elliott Smith
Either/Or
[Kill Rock Stars; 1997]

Elliott Smith's third and final independently released full-length has always been the favorite. His elliptical lyricism and slithery song structures moved beyond the overwrought metaphors and folk regularity of his previous material to arrive at this logical, if unforeseen, conclusion. Achingly spare, these songs were hushed and intimate, devoid of the distance that came with multi-tracked instrumentation, and hadn't yet adopted the more obviously George Harrison-inflected melodies of XO and Figure 8. And even while those two records were brilliantly outstanding achievements, neither were as diary-like or tightly musical as this one.

I lived in Portland when Either/Or was released and felt an added kinship with the sense of place, the street names, and local events. He was the poet laureate of that always rainy town, and as time went on, "Say Yes" would become the hollowed-out wish of those hapless kids I'd see at shows, uncomfortable in their bodies but cocky with their obsessive grasp of musical minutiae. But here, it's clear that he wrote it for himself, not for them, and the insight into his character makes its impact doubly powerful. --Brandon Stosuy


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058: Jesus Lizard
Liar
[Touch & Go; 1992]

Around the time of Liar, Jesus Lizard played a sweaty, half-nude show at CBGB's. Midway through their set, frontman David Yow somehow knocked himself out via contact with an angry audience member: He fell off the stage, the rest of his band followed, and I jumped over two or three kids to watch the melee unfold. That sense of danger and melody hasn't resurfaced in rock-- not even in the fiery realm of black metal or the forced antics of keyed-up art-kids from New York who punch their fans with duct tape.

Featuring graduates of seminal bad-asses Scratch Acid and Rapeman, this Chicago foursome (with important Texas roots) looked like handymen or real-life truckers and laid down significantly heavy staccato rhythms, pleasingly violent guitar riffs, and an unsurpassable lead-bass-- all for Yow to eviscerate with h

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