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20 Best Albums of the 21st Century

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Rated 1 point - posted 11 years ago by ambereli in category Music.
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Elephant - The White Stripes Report Abuse
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Fearless - Taylor Swift Report Abuse
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Kid A - Radiohead Report Abuse
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A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay Report Abuse
Every single song on this album is incredible. Very rarely do I come across an album where I don't skip over a single song when it is playing, but this is one that I listen to all the way through. It is a musical masterpiece.
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In Rainbows - Radiohead Report Abuse
Arguably the best album produced yet from one of alternative rock's most appreciated bands... and it was basically free. They released it themselves, online, and charged $.04 to download it. And it is incredible.
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Once - Original Soundtrack Report Abuse
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Back to Black - Amy Winehouse Report Abuse
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Transatlanticism - Deathcab for Cutie Report Abuse
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On His Own - John Mayer Report Abuse
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Discovery - Daft Punk Report Abuse
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This Album defines the 20th Century and the way electronic music crept into popular culture. It should really be number one.
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From Under the Cork Tree - Fall Out Boy Report Abuse
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In the Zone - Britney spears Report Abuse
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Arular - MIA Report Abuse
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The Blueprint - Jay-Z Report Abuse
Before the Blueprint, Jay-Z sold out. After the Blueprint, Jay-Z sold out. During the Blueprint, Jay-Z was amazing. By far the best music he has ever produced, with a quality that we will likely never see again, not only from him, but from rap in general. This album is the truth.
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Blackout-Britney spears Report Abuse
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Femme Fatale-Britney Spears Report Abuse
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Stankonia - OutKast Report Abuse
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Fever to Tell - Yeah Yeah Yeahs Report Abuse
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Everything in Transit - Jack's Mannequin Report Abuse
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Louder Now - Taking Back Sunday Report Abuse
Many people think this is one of Taking Back Sunday's weakest attempts. I, however, can't stop listening to it, even 5 years after it came out. The lyricism is emotional and clever.
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The Fame Monster - Lady GaGa Report Abuse
While her first album, The Fame, might have put her on the map, her sophomore album, The Fame Monster, sealed her status as pop royalty. Her quirky personality and character keeps her intriguing but her music speaks for itself.
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Heartbreaker - Ryan Adams Report Abuse
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My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West Report Abuse
A revolutionary and incredibly modern masterpiece. Every song on this album is a peak of grace and poetry.
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The College Dropout - Kanye West Report Abuse
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