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03:04 PM on 02/23/09
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dear julia/ap.net staff, some of your picks are dead-on, although I think you've overlooked too many obvious choices and went with deeper cuts that are a bit too obscure to be considered an "absolute classic" by my definition.

my list would likely have included something from Green Day for example. Like "dookie" or even "american idiot" if you want to go new school. i think Saves the Day "through being cool" is painfully absent from this list. NOFX "punk in drublic" should also probably be on there, along with Bad Religion "suffer" or even "stranger than fiction". No Operation Ivy?

really, you should have done absolute 100. in my opinion. the list is just too damn short, and i could never, in good faith, recoomend Propaghandi to someone over Social Distortion, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, NOFX, Rancid, etc., all of which have made stronger and more important albums than "today's empires tomorrows ashes". IMHFO.
03:06 PM on 02/23/09
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Your taste is awesome
thanks man.
03:07 PM on 02/23/09
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I guess I'm not that cool since I only have 3 of those cds,probably because most were before my time. Anyway, I'm too lazy to make a list, but No Doubt "Tragic Kingdom" would be on it.
you should do a list as well of more recent classics, from like 2002 on, you know to please us youngins.
03:07 PM on 02/23/09
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dear julia/ap.net staff, some of your picks are dead-on, although I think you've overlooked too many obvious choices and went with deeper cuts that are a bit too obscure to be considered an "absolute classic" by my definition.

my list would likely have included something from Green Day for example. Like "dookie" or even "american idiot" if you want to go new school. i think Saves the Day "through being cool" is painfully absent from this list. NOFX "punk in drublic" should also probably be on there, along with Bad Religion "suffer" or even "stranger than fiction". No Operation Ivy?

really, you should have done absolute 100. in my opinion. the list is just too damn short, and i could never, in good faith, recoomend Propaghandi to someone over Social Distortion, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, NOFX, Rancid, etc., all of which have made stronger and more important albums than "today's empires tomorrows ashes". IMHFO.
fuck...good call on punk in drublic. i should have included good riddance-operation phoenix, or no use for a name-making friends
03:11 PM on 02/23/09
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Ah so it's a combination of individual submissions and not a cumulative list?

Progression Through Unlearning needs way more love than it gets.

lol get the fuck out of here.

It was a mix. Some were obviosly picked by multiple people and some weren't but when posted got an "oh duh!" haha
03:16 PM on 02/23/09
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Hmm...I only have three of those albums. I must not be popular like the cool kids.
03:20 PM on 02/23/09
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Looks like I'm loaded up on music for the next month or so.
03:25 PM on 02/23/09
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dear julia/ap.net staff, some of your picks are dead-on, although I think you've overlooked too many obvious choices and went with deeper cuts that are a bit too obscure to be considered an "absolute classic" by my definition.

my list would likely have included something from Green Day for example. Like "dookie" or even "american idiot" if you want to go new school. i think Saves the Day "through being cool" is painfully absent from this list. NOFX "punk in drublic" should also probably be on there, along with Bad Religion "suffer" or even "stranger than fiction". No Operation Ivy?

really, you should have done absolute 100. in my opinion. the list is just too damn short, and i could never, in good faith, recoomend Propaghandi to someone over Social Distortion, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, NOFX, Rancid, etc., all of which have made stronger and more important albums than "today's empires tomorrows ashes". IMHFO.
If you've read, you'd notice that we didn't say this was a definitive list by any means. I'm sure there will be other features like this.
03:29 PM on 02/23/09
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My personal top 15 :

Bob Marley - Burnin'
Tom Waits - Rain Dogs
Descendents - Milo Goes to College
Descendents - Everything Sux
Bob Dylan - Bringing it All Back Home
Propagandhi - Less Talk More Rock
Propagandhi - Today's Empires Tomorrow's Ashes
Fugazi - 13 Songs
Andrew Jackson Jihad - People That Can Eat People..
Andrew Jackson Jihad/Ghost Mice Split
Dead Kennedys - In God We Trust Inc
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Against Me! - Reinventing Axl Rose
Against Me! - Acoustic EP
Against Me! - Crime EP
03:30 PM on 02/23/09
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dear julia/ap.net staff, some of your picks are dead-on, although I think you've overlooked too many obvious choices and went with deeper cuts that are a bit too obscure to be considered an "absolute classic" by my definition.

my list would likely have included something from Green Day for example. Like "dookie" or even "american idiot" if you want to go new school. i think Saves the Day "through being cool" is painfully absent from this list. NOFX "punk in drublic" should also probably be on there, along with Bad Religion "suffer" or even "stranger than fiction". No Operation Ivy?

really, you should have done absolute 100. in my opinion. the list is just too damn short, and i could never, in good faith, recoomend Propaghandi to someone over Social Distortion, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, NOFX, Rancid, etc., all of which have made stronger and more important albums than "today's empires tomorrows ashes". IMHFO.
IMO Today's Empire Tomorrow's Ashes is leaps and bounds better than all of those
03:30 PM on 02/23/09
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White pony is such an incredible album.
Also i remember getting hello rockview right after it came out, man havn't listened to that in a while.
03:32 PM on 02/23/09
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Since 9/11.

Or the song was renamed, and they renamed the album Jimmy Eat World. Something to that effect.
yeah, that's what i thought. they way you put it made it seem like they changed the name of the cd, when they just changed the name of the song and self-titled the cd.
03:37 PM on 02/23/09
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great list! i'd love to have seen "The Get Up Kids - Four Minute Mile" on there.
03:40 PM on 02/23/09
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I never heard of The Dismemberment Plan until now and I love it. Decent list
03:41 PM on 02/23/09
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I like them all but only a few would be on my list

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