AFI - Sing The Sorrow: Would have meant more in my youth.
The 1975 - The 1975: Fine, internet, you win.
Frank Zappa - We're Only In It For The Money: Glorious.
Kanye West - Yeezus: Getting hard to deny his self-appointed status.
Wavves - Afraid of Heights: If @allmusic thinks this is his worst album, I cannot wait to dive into the rest of the catalog.
Watsky - Cardboard Castles: Love his sense of humor.
Various - Sound City- Real to Reel: Rock music royalty team up on solid collection.
Various - Grabass Charlestons/Billy Reese Peters Split: Name checked by @laurajanegrace for a reason.
Various - Blatz/Filth Split: I like the Filth tracks a lot more than Blatz, but still worth listening to.
Various - Faith/Void Split: Amazing piece of punk rock history.
Frank Turner - Tape Deck Heart: The more I hear, the more I like, even if it is sometimes cheesy.
Test of Time - Inclusion: Pretty standard hardcore.
The Sword - Gods of the Earth: Heavy, melodic, captivating.
Sun Ra - Sound of Joy: Jazz, but more eclectic.
Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies: Certainly a classic of hardcore punk.
She and Him - Volume 3: Seems to get better with each album.
Scuzbot - Shapes and Trends: Lazy comparison to Weezer without the knack for melody.
Scum of Toytown - Strike: Certainly more polished, but the songs themselves are not as strong.
Scum of Toytown - Fight Truth Decay: Love the rawness.
Savages - Silence Yourself: Good, but walks too fine a line between tension and melody.
Mort Sahl - 1960, Or Looking Forward In Anger/A Way Of Life: Dated, but still funny enough. Anyway.
RVIVR - The Beauty Between: Such palpable exuberance makes it difficult to not like.
Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels: So good. Looking forward to more.
Omar Rodriguez Lopez - Solo Extrano: Sucked in by the good reviews only to be let down.
Rodriguez - Cold Fact/Coming From Reality: Great, but hard to judge independent of back story.
Rival Mob - Mob Justice: More traditional, just as great.
Rival Mob - Raw Life: So angry, so good.
Rilo Kiley - RKives: Glad to hear, but understand why it hit the cutting-room floor.
Radon - Metric Buttloads Of Rock: Worthy reunion LP.
Radon - We Bare All: I will take the bad with the good.
Radon - 28: Gainesville is one of this country's most underexposed musical cradles.
Queens Of The Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork: I have never gotten the buzz.
Grace Potter/Nocturnals - Lion/Beast/Beat: An album built for touring.
Portugal. The Man - Evil Friends: Getting closer to greatness.
Polyphonic Spree - Yes, It's True: I love these guys and this is another great album.
Parquet Courts - Light Up Gold: Good, but not sure it deserves the hype.
Palma Violets - 180: Nothing worth revisiting.
Coldplay - Ghost Stories: Trying to recapture their debut, their seesaw once again hits bottom.
Os Mutantes - Fool Metal Jacket: Starts slow, but by the end it had me fully engrossed.
Off With Their Heads - Home: The best punk bank around shows no signs of slowing down.
Bane - Don't Wait Up: So sad to see them go, but at least it is on a high note.
Nomeansno - Mama: Time to dig into the entirety of their catalog.
No Age - An Object: Was not expecting the quiet, but I like it. A lot.
Nirvana - Sliver: Fascinating, but only for diehards.
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