Deftones are still good to listen to years later. It's always interesting to think about they came from a genre label that they didn't accept and tried so hard to break out of that stereotype and then went on to inspire even worse music. I blame them for being an early root of hardcore/screamo. Still one of my favorite metal bands though. They have well earned all the accolades they receive.
This album is nothing but 100% fantastic hits. I can go back to this almost 20 years after its release and still know every song word for word.
The most underrated Nirvana album
Much rawer and less hit friendly than Nevermind which is why I love it
(System of a Down)>>71708713
Fuck the System!
Gorillaz turned me on to so many types of music. I go back now and just pick out all the different influences they were putting me on to that I would have other wise never been into as a kid.
The band that turned me on to prog. Still listen to this and it's not a guilty pleasure.
Was high school for me but I remember this one was super polarizing with my friends. Everyone had a different opinion on it. I didn't like it at first but it went on to be my favorite Killers album. >>71716849
I used to play along to the drums for Thank You for the Venom. Thanks to MCR I'll never forget being a half-emo suburbia middle class white kid that was fucking weird and very into girls that were also half-emo suburbia middle class and white. Why, I ever get nostalgic for that time period is beyond me. This one always takes me back. >>71716883
Hybrid Theory didn't age well for me, but I still have to give it a listen as it was one of my first favorite albums. One of the first CDs I borrowed from someone to burn my own also.