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12:51 PM on 02/23/09
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i should definately be looking into a lot more of these.
i love the modest mouse one (even though i like The Moon & Antarctica better) and the bright eyes album (even though i could never choose my all-time favorite by him).
my top two of all time would've been The Postal Service's Give Up and Circa Survive's On Letting Go.
01:39 PM on 02/23/09
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On Letting Go was just Juturna pt. II
Wasn't anything special enough about it.
I felt like the whole album just bled together (with only 1 or 2 standout tracks) with a few songs that ended abruptly and awkwardly as if they didn't know how to finish it.
yeah, at first i felt that way. i was actually disappointed by it at first because i felt like it went nowhere from juturna. but, later, as i have listened to it constantly. i can say it's one of my top favorites, because of it's amazing lyrics and vocals. also, their timing in their songs is spot-on. i get chills every single time i listen to the album, but that's just for me, so i didn't really expect it to be in this list.
01:41 PM on 02/23/09
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another point i have to make about this list (and i hope i'm not the only one) is that a lot of these albums do not have good vocalists. (i.e. bright eyes, modest mouse, cursive, at the drive-in, blink 182, THURSDAY)
01:55 PM on 02/23/09
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Would've put Americana in there, Dookie and Bleed American/Salt, Sweat, Sugar, or any JEW albums in fact.
(Not that I particularly like Offspring or Green Day, but classics.)
Definitely would've taken out Thursday.
since when was Bleed American referred to as Salt, Sweat, Sugar?
02:32 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.
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