Monday, December 22, 2014

Twenty Year Vintage: The Best Albums of 1994

I may regret saying this later, but '94 may have been the all-around best year for music ever.

 
1. Nine Inch Nails-The Downward Spiral
2. Aphex Twin-Selected Ambient Works vol 2
3. Hole-Live Through This
4. The Magnetic Fields-Holiday
5. Joey Beltram-AonoX
6. Oval-Systemisch
7. Gravediggaz-6 Feet Deep
8. Disco Inferno-DI Go Pop
9. Lisa Germano-Geek the Girl
10. Main-Motion Pool
11. Portishead-Portishead
12. Vapourspace-Themes from Vapourspace
13. Prodigy-Music for the Jilted Generation
14. Redman-Dare iz a Darkside
15. Godflesh-Selfless
16. Tori Amos-Under the Pink
17. Autocreation-Mettle
18. Nas-Illmatic
19. Various-Headz
20. Weezer-Weezer
21. Massive Attack-Protection
22. TAGC-Iso-Erotic Calibrations
23. Locust-Weathered Well
24. The Notorious BIG-Ready to Die
25. Stereolab-Mars Audiac Quintet
26. Scorn-Evanescence
27. Insides-Clear Skin
28. Soul Coughing-Ruby Vroom
29. Various-The Crow Soundtrack
30. Claude Young-One Complete Revolution
31. Soundgarden-Superunknown
32. Bark Psychosis-Hex
33. Autechre-Amber
34. Method Man-Tical
35. Green Day-Dookie
36. God-The Anatomy of Addiction
37. Kenny Larkin-Azimuth
38. Ø -Metri
39. ESG-Ocean of Funk
40. Hun-Huur-Tu-The Orphan's Lament
41. Underworld-dubnobasswithmyheadman
42. Gang Starr-Hard to Earn
43. Robert Normandeau-Tangrams
44. L7 -Hungry for Stink
45. Orbital-Snivilization
46. Laika-Silver Apples of the Moon
47. Skullflower-Carved into Roses
48. Machine Head-Burn My Eyes
49. Pop Will Eat Itself-Dos Dedos Mis Amigos
50. Low-I Could Live in Hope

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