Sunday, January 17, 2010

Top 75 Albums of The Decade : 2000 - 2009


1 Confessions On A Dancefloor Madonna



2 Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Gwen Stefani



3 Apocalypso The Presets



4 Born To Do It Craig David



5 A Funk Odyseey Jamiroquai



6 The Fame Monster Lady Gaga



7 Frank Amy Winehouse



8 Rudebox Robbie Williams



9 Discovery Daft Punk



10 A Rush Of Blood To The Head Coldplay


11 Audio Out Amiel

12 Back To Black Amy Winehouse

13 Music Madonna

14 Oracular Spectacular MGMT

15 Polyserena George

16 X & Y Coldplay

17 It's Not Me It's You Lily Allen

18 Complete Me Frankmusik

19 Patience George Michael

20 The Tension & The Spark Darren Hayes

21 Hopes & Fears Keane

22 Release Pet Shop Boys

23 Read My Lips Sophie Ellis-Bextor

24 Fever Kylie Minogue

25 Scissor Sisters Scissor Sisters

26 I Am A Bird Now Antony & The Johnsons

27 The E.N.D Black Eyed Peas

28 Fundamental Pet Shop Boys

29 200km/h In The Wrong Lane T.A.T.U

30 Rooty Basement Jaxx

31 Kish Kash Basement Jaxx

32 Life In Cartoon Motion Mika

33 Only By The Night Kings Of Leon

34 Life For Rent Dido

35 Hot Fuss The Killers

36 American Idiot Green Day

37 Spin Darren Hayes

38 Enrique Enrique Iglesias

39 Loose Nelly Furtado

40 Sneaky Sound System Sneaky Sound System

41 In Ghost Colours Cut Copy

42 O3O4 Jewel

43 The Sweet Escape Gwen Stefani

44 Black Fingernails, Red Wine Eskimo Joe

45 No Angel Dido

46 Escape Enrique Iglesias

47 Ladyhawke Ladyhawke

48 Discipline Janet Jackson

49 Songs About Jane Maroon 5

50 Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots The Flaming Lips

51 Stars Of CCTV Hard-Fi

52 Fantastic Playroom New Young Pony Club

53 Finisterre Saint Etienne

54 Drama Bananarama

55 Elephant The White Stripes

56 Black Holes and Revelations Muse

57 Statues Moloko

58 American Life Madonna

59 Roit On An Empty Street Kings Of Convenience

60 Myths Of A New Future The Klaxons

61 Yours Truly, Angry Mob Kaiser Chiefs

62 Kid A Radiohead

63 Yes Pet Shop Boys

64 The Dutchess Fergie

65 I'm Not Dead Pink

66 In Search Of …. N.E.R.D

67 Eyes Open Snow Patrol

68 You Me & Us Martine McCutcheon

69 Pop Life David Guetta

70 Hands Little Boots

71 We Started Nothing The Ting Tings

72 Good Girl Gone Bad Rihanna

73 PCD Pussycat Dolls

74 Hedonist Martin Solveig

75 System Seal

6 comments:

Paul said...

oh gosh so many good albums! I did love Confessions on a dance floor, and i really liked Love Angel Music Baby (when everyone thought Gwen would be the next Madonna, only we had to wait for Lady Cuckoo to come along instead!!)

ksp said...

Where do I start?! Great list, some real flashbacks like Craig David and Jewel.

Have to admit, I haven't really been into Madonna since Bedtime Stories. Still think she puts out great singles but haven't bought one of her albums since then.

Great picks with Gaga, Coldplay, Kylie, Robbie, Green Day, Eskimo Joe, Gwen, Pink, Scisssor Sisters and Lily. I don't know some of the stuff you have in the list but I'm sure it's excellent! :)

Of course, you missed one of the greatest albums ever, My Chemical Romance - Welcome to the Black Parade! (Even Rolling Stone says so!)

As well as that, in my top 100 list I would have (in no particular order)
Silverchair - Diorama
Love - The Beatles (Cirque du Soleil)
Eminem - The Eminem Show
Kelly Clarkson - Breakaway
The Killers - Sam's Town
Eskimo Joe - A Song is a City
End of Fashion - End of Fashion
Little Birdy - Big Big Love
Missy Higgins - The Sound of White
Pink - Funhouse
Lady Gaga - The Fame+Monster
Robbie Williams - Sing+Swing When You're Winning
Bob Evans - Suburban Songbook
The Dissociatives - The Dissociatives
On and On - Jack Johnson
Moulin Rouge Soundtrack
Bridget Jones' Diary Soundtrack
Tea and Sympathy - Bernard Fanning
Thirsty Merc - Thirsty Merc
Katy Perry - One of the Boys
Lily Allen - It's Not Me, It's You
Lior - Autumn Flow

I've based my list on what albums I know all the lyrics for cause that definitely means they have been on heavy rotation!

glamboy69 said...

Great list! Madonna is such a godes every decade!

ww_adh said...

Go Madonna! Great to see her at #1. So you like Frank better than Back to Black? That's interesting, and I'd like to hear why. And who's Apocalypso? I've not heard of them. Great list.

A1 said...

Paul - Yeah Gwen was the Madonna of 2005, but Gaga is in another league, i think..

KSP - before i start i just heard and seen the video to MCR "I'm Not Ok (I Promise)" and was very impressed, so one for you!!
In yours Diorama, A Song is a City, Dissociatives, Autumn Flow would also make my Top 100,(as long as they are 2000's releases!)

Glamboy- YES! Madonna is the Goddess fullstop.:)

ww_adh- Yes to Madonna, I think "Frank" has more variety, and youthful, in saying that Back to Black is also just faultless!
Oh the artsit is actually The Presets, and the album is called "Apocalypso" it was in hig rotation for me throughout May to November 2008, then again in 2009 when i saw them live and that gig would rank in my top 5 best ever concerts!! Check it out especially the single "This Boy's In Love"

ksp said...

Yep, they all fit in the '00's criteria - I made sure about that after my '09's singles faux pas!
I'm Not Okay is awesome! I've listened to that song over a hundred times, it's great. You have to give The Black Parade a go, heaps of epic songs.