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    it's Pretty Fly (For a NOFX album)

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    I've been listening to the new Pennywise album & new Anti-Flag. Both are good albums. My favorite would have to be Days Go By. I haven't checked out Linkin Park yet. I have a hard time listening to their stuff, always sounds the same to me.

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    Days Go By. The Offspring men have been making great albums and playing for the awesome fans.

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    Default Best albums so far of 2012

    Best: Local H. Say what you will - theyre a damn good band. As Good As Dead, Here Comes the Zoo, What Ever Happened to PJ Soles....all great albums IMO.

    Worst: Creed. I recently listened to their "Human Clay" album - because I realized hating something without fully giving it a chance is stupid. Now, I can say with certainty that I fucking HATE Creed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlesblg View Post
    Worst: Creed. I recently listened to their "Human Clay" album - because I realized hating something without fully giving it a chance is stupid. Now, I can say with certainty that I fucking HATE Creed.
    Human Clay came out in 1999

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    Best: Local H. Say what you will - theyre a damn good band. As Good As Dead, Here Comes the Zoo, What Ever Happened to PJ Soles....all great albums IMO.
    i really like the song bound for the floor im glad anytime it comes on kroq

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    Update:

    My top five favorites so far:

    1. Regina Spektor - What We Saw from the Cheap Seats
    2. Serj Tankian - Harakiri
    3. Santigold - Master of my Make Believe
    4. Toussaint Morrison - Is Not My Boyfriend
    5. Pink - The Truth About Love

    Runners up:
    Offspring - Days Go By
    Garbage - Not Your Kind of People
    Fun. - Some Nights
    Green Day - Uno
    No Doubt - Push and Shove
    Tennis - Young and Old
    The Used - Vulnerable
    Kimbra - Vows
    Alanis Morissette - Havoc and Bright Lights


    Ones that I just can't get into/don't like:
    Pennywise - All or Nothing
    Linkin Park - Living Things
    Eve 6 - Speak in Code

    I also like the Barenaked Ladies b-sides album, Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before!

    It's been a pretty damn good year in music, and with Tegan and Sara slated to release their new album soon, there's still more goodness to come!
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    Just this past week has been awesome for music:

    Converge - All We Love We Leave Behind
    Chaos embodied.

    Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
    Go gorgeous.

    Titus Andronicus - Local Business
    A ton of fun! This one leaked, but I couldn't find the full album, so here's a song.

    Death Grips - NO LOVE DEEP WEB
    Not as good as The Money Store or Ex-Military, but still fucking crazy experimental hip-hop.

    Balmorhea - Stranger
    So fucking pretty.


    And here's some punk bands that had new albums come out earlier that I think you guys would be really into. Check them out, they're pretty much all up-and-comers:

    Glocca Morra - Just Married
    Real noodly stuff, recorded by the guy who recorded my band's album (out later this year/early next year!!!)

    Joyce Manor - Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired
    The future of punk music as we know it? A lot of people seem to think so!

    Joie De Vivre - We're All Better Than This
    Not really punk, but I think people here would really dig this.

    John K. Samson - Provincial
    Canadian and heartfelt and excellent.

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    Wow, this thread has made me realise that I haven't even listened to any new albums in way too long.

    I've only even listened to 2 songs off the new Offspring album

    Gotta get back into music listening!!

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    I still have a lot of albums that I need to listen to this year, but this might be my favorite so far.
    "LIVE OR DIE, MAN??"

    "DIE!!!!!"

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    Other than Days Go By I found myself really enjoying

    Billy Talent-Dead Silence

    The Lumineers (self titled)

    P!nk- The Truth About Love ( Don't judge)

    Lana Del Rey- Born To Die

    I'm gonna probably check out Edward Shape And The Magnetic Zeros cd called Here

    I can't wait to listen to Taylor Swift's new ablum when it comes on next week (once again don't judge me)

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