Wednesday, July 28

The CDP's Top 150 Albums Of The 90's (#70-41).

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70. The Notorious B.I.G. – Ready To Die (1994)
69. Built To Spill – Keep It Like A Secret (1999)
68. The Magnetic Fields – 69 Love Songs (1999)
67. Funeral Oration – Funeral Oration (1995)
66. Nas – Illmatic (1994)

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65. Pulp – Different Class (1995)
64. Texas Is The Reason – Do You Know Who You Are? (1996)
63. The Stereo – Three Hundred (1999)
62. Public Enemy – Fear Of A Black Planet (1990)
61. The Sundays – Static & Silence (1997)

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60. Wu-Tang Clan – Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (1993)
59. Daft Punk – Homework (1997)
58. Against All Authority – Destroy What Destroys You (1996)
57. Hum – You’d Prefer An Astronaut (1995)
56. Beastie Boys – Check Your Head (1992)

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55. Less Than Jake – Losing Streak (1996)
54. GZA/Genius – Liquid Swords (1995)
53. Lifetime – Hello Bastards (1995)
52. Jawbreaker – Dear You (1995)
51. Lush – Gala (1990)

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50. Pavement – Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (1994)
49. Travis – The Man Who (1999)
48. Pinhead Gunpowder – Jump Salty (1994)
47. Zoinks! – Stranger Anxiety (1996)
46. Ultimate Fakebook – Electric Kissing Parties (1999)

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45. The Mr. T Experience – Love Is Dead (1996)
44. The Impossibles – The Impossibles (1997)
43. 2Pac – All Eyez On Me (1996)
42. Jimmy Eat World – Clarity (1999)
41. Green Day – Insomniac (1995)

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Comments:
Love Is Dead may be one of the greatest Pop-Punk albums ever.
 

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