The album carried the torch for song-based hard rock awesomeness during the lean years of rap-rock, cribbing as much from the Beatles and glam-era Bowie as from avant-metal kin like The Melvins. Queens of the Stone Age Play Their Classic 'If Only' on 'Conan'. Rolling Stone's 100 Best Songs of the Aughts: Queens of the Stone Age's "No One Knows". In Europe and Latin America, Manu Chao has long been a rock god on the scale of Bob Marley. it took this 2001 gem to give music lovers a taste of his wild-ass greatness.
Highway: 30 Years Of America is the third principal major label compilation album by American folk rock duo America, released by Rhino Records in 2000 (see 2000 in music). The collection represented the first boxed set release of America's material. Originally, the collection was to promoted as including four discs, including newly recorded material, but was scaled back to three discs shortly before release. The resulting collection was heavily tilted toward the Warner Bros
The highest-selling albums and EPs in the United States are ranked in the Billboard 200, published by Billboard magazine. The date are compiled by Nielsen Soundscan based on each album's weekly physical sales. In 2000, 20 albums topped the chart in 53 issues of the magazine, but two of which albums started their peak position in 1999 and are therefore excluded.
The Noise Made by People. 177. Their first singles ticked off their references-the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, the United States of America, Nico. Maybe, but Les Savy Fav’s fall of America isn’t some political attack-it’s a dystopian vision of a world where empires crumble because there’s no one left to sustain them, where humanity is subsumed by its technology. The band tosses and turns in the throes of its afterfuture dreams on a bed of glitched-up, brittle post-punk that still sounds like the future despite a total lack of obviously futuristic audio signifiers. By 2000, to put it very lightly, the Wu-Tang Clan had diversified their bonds. RZA’s original plan for the group ended with 1997’s Forever, and by the turn of the millennium, many fans lamented the loss of his hold over the group, which had more or less devolved into a watered-down brand stamped onto a variety of middling stuff.
A list of the top albums of the year from NME (2000s). A heady mix of speed-addled punk rock, huge, sky-filling psychedelic majesty and sex-crazed black humour. For fans of Kyuss, this is his best album since 'Welcome To Sky Valley', for everyone else, it's just the best, most important rock album for years. 61. The National - Alligator.
OutKast‘s fourth album is yet another excellent effort from the Southern giants. Stankonia is a musical masterpiece, as was Aquemini, as was ATLiens, and as was their debut dillacmuzik, and it cemented OutKast’s status as one of Hip Hop biggest and best-selling acts ever. Top tracks: So Fresh So Clean . Ms. Jackson Slum Beautiful
The 2000s marked a new peak in extreme metal. With the help of advanced digital recording, metal bands became louder and more aurally violent. Released in 2001, Converge's 'Jane Doe' showcased hardcore music with hints of math-rock and death metal, setting a new standard in extreme music. Jane Doe' topped various lists in 2001 and was named the No. 1 metal album of the decade by Decibel Magazine. 9. 'Leviathan' (2004). The album is also a milestone in their home turf of Finland - being the band's first and only platinum-selling album in the country. 4. 'Lateralus' (2001).
Criteria: These Rock Albums of the 2000s were chosen for their Popularity, Influence, and Musical Impact. This list does not include 'Greatest Hits' or live albums. The Eminem Show (2002) - Eminem 32. The Black Album (2003) - Jay-Z 33. Like Water For Chocolate (2000) - Common 34. Confessions (2004) - Usher 35. The Blueprint 3 (2009) - Jay-Z 36.
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