Monday, December 28, 2009

KROQ's Top 10 Albums of 2009

KROQ's Kevin and Bean have chosen the top 10 albums of 2009. Crash Love came in at #10 with the article saying:
I hear their lyrics are deep and meaningful and stuff but I just know their songs sound great. You can hear the passion in Davey’s wail. Best played loud.
To view complete Top 10 go HERE

24 comments:

  1. Crash Love is way better than most of those ablums. The Resistance by Muse deserves its spot though. Ewww Jay-Z and his crappy rap.

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  2. Best played loud indeed. :D

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  3. The world famous KROQ.. is the worst title ever (Haha i had to let ev1 here know LOL)Half those bands probably suck, never heard of them.. and don't want to.. I HATE MODEST MOUSE, JAY Z, AND MUSE... so all 3 should not be on that list IMO. this just seems opinonated though... obviously.. lol.. they aren't smart if u ask me.

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  4. ^^^As someone who never listens to rap, I really like Jay Z's New York song or w.e it's called >.>

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  5. How would something like this not be opinionated, Ryan? I personally love Muse, especially "Black Holes and Revelations" era.

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  6. Muse stinks, sorry I agree :P

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  7. Mike[xXdarockermikeXx]December 28, 2009 at 8:26 PM

    I actually think Muse is pretty descent

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  8. Muse is okay, The Resistance is...garbage.

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  9. The only other bands on there that I've ever even heard of are Modest Mouse, Muse, and Jay-Z. I absolutely hate Modest Mouse. Muse & Jay-Z are good, but past their prime, their most recent stuff sucks.

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  10. The Resistance is just Muse dicking around trying to create the offspring of The Mars Volta and Queen, it just doesn't work. Black Holes and Revelations and even Absolution is a lot better than The Resistance in my opinion.List is missing Brand New's Daisy and Thrice's Beggars.

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  11. None of you have good taste in music besides afiMuse is da shit

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  12. We don't matty?.. interesting you kno each and everyones music taste.PS. This tristan story thing is gay as F**K

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  13. Ryan, how can you sit there and judge something you have never heard of? Are you really that ignorant that you must go rant about something you admit that you've never heard of?Maybe, just maybe, you should give something a chance before shouting off such ignorant statements.

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  14. Muse is fine and dandy for the first 6 minutes (ie., first song). Unfortunately, you'll notice that the second song sounds like the first in its composition, tempo, and key. 6 minutes later, you'll notice the third sounds like the 2nd. 6 minutes later... You get the picture. In addition, apparently, all of their songs are supposed to be epic. It's not enough to have one huge grandiose anthemic song. You need a full album of songs like that. And then you need another one. And another one. And another one. Oh, and you need to be able to play it with such precision and similarity live that you could mistake the live playing for studio if you weren't watching it. And then you wonder why you spent $50 to see them when you could have just stayed at home, put on the itunes visualizer and turned on the surround sound and gotten the same effect.THAT is the problem with Muse.

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  15. Muse is a group of real musicians that admire Mozart and Beethoven the creators of music. If you say they suck than you're insulting Mozart and Beethoven.

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  16. Okay, that made me laugh. Mozart and Beethoven were great composers and musicians. But they certainly did not CREATE the very existence of music.Also, simply admiring somebody does not make you as great as them. I admire AFI, I have a good singing voice, and I can play the guitar. I'd consider myself a "real musician" who admires Davey, Jade, Hunter, and Adam. Sorry, but doesn't mean if I suck, Davey, Jade, Hunter and Adam do too. Your logic is severely flawed.

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  17. There is no exact founder of music but they (Mozart and Beethoven) were some of the first musical greats. I agree, admiring a musical genius does not make you one yourself. Muse is one of the few rock band today that still know how to write "real" music. "Real" music is dying unfortunatley. It's being killed by this Jay-Z crap and rap. I'm sick of random people becoming famous for their image and no one acknowledges the fact that they have no musical talent or experience what so ever. Screw all those stupid brainwashed victims of today's culture.

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  18. I bow in tremendous awe of your spectacular ability to divine the true nature of "real" music and separate it from its apparent impostors. Puh-lease.Also, I'm sure everybody who lived before 1750 would be happy to know they really weren't/didn't have any musical greats.

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  19. Ok, matty P, I was following you until you got to the Jay-Z thing. Jay-Z has been around for so long and I can honestly tell you that he did not get famous for his image. You want to bash music go for it, but be sure you know exactly what you are talking about. Rap and hip-hop isn't just stringing words together. Real rap is very difficult to make. Can you sit back and pull out amazing ryhmes and flows about how you feel about certain real issues in your life and the world in a split second like most great rappers can? No.As for random people becoming famous for their image, what do you think happened with AFI during the DU era? They were random people that became famous for their image and people ate that shit up. They still do. Face it, even AFI is popular for their image and appeal.

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  20. Danny & Flash win this argument

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  21. There is so much fail in this argument.. One guy is saying Muse sucks because they can accurately replicate their sound like. Another guy is spouting all sorts of nonsense about Mozart being the founder of music. I for the life of me do not get this... Muse is an immensely talented band, but their music isn't for everyone. Can't that just be the end of this.

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  22. You missed the point of my complaint that Muse can, in pristine fashion, replicate their studio sound live. In doing so, they add nothing to their music. I saw them at NSSN this month. There was zero stage presence. There was no energy or excitement. It was as if we were 10,000 people listening to a cd together. I'm sorry, but if I want to listen to a cd, I'll put the cd in and not spend the money to see them. Their live shows are not an exciting experience and not worth the money in any way. That was the point I was making. Muse is certainly talented. I never said they weren't. You could actually read what I wrote and you'd understand what I was trying to get at.

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  23. No need to get hostile. I never said you made a claim against them being talented. I was just commenting on how silly that fight seemed. And I am intrigued by your view of Muse as a live band. Most people would consider being able to replicate a sound perfectly live to be a good thing. I would love to see a band do that and from everything I have seen (videos, reviews, ect) Muse has always been known as one of the best and most exciting bands to see play live.

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  24. Rap is not music.done

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