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Back to Top Year By Year MenuBest Music Albums - Year By Year: 2000





1. Coldplay: Parashutes

Coldplay: Parashutes Debut album from a band that will, alongside Travis, initiate the new era of British pop/rock music. Oasis & Co. have lost the throne and there's a new kid in town.


2. The The: NakedSelf

The The: NakedSelf Matt Johnson returns with a more acoustic and organic album that reminds us exactly just how much we've missed him.

About The The


3. Juliana Hatfield: Beautiful Creature

Juliana Hatfield: Beautiful Creature Juliana Hatfield almost goes singer-songwriter on this very fine and personal album. Her best in many years - maybe ever!

About Juliana Hatfield


4. Chicane: Behind The Sun

Chicane: Behind The Sun Dance music enters my world and this album is one of the best of its kind. The mix between dance and trance is really well made and I recommend this album to starters...


5. U2: All That You Can't Leave Behind

U2: All That You Can't Leave Behind An album that really grows on you everytime you listen to it. It doesn't scream at you or offer much new stuff to U2's legacy - it just displays their inner qualities and strong talent.
About U2

 
6. The Dandy Warhols: Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia

The Dandy Warhols: Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia This album just hums and struts along with great tunes and a good rock'n roll attitude towards things. Their best album so far and very underrated...

About The Dandy Warhols


7. The Smashing Pumpkins: MACHINA/The Machines Of God

The Smashing Pumpkins: MACHINA/The Machines Of God They may have turned up for the guitars compared to "Adore" but it's still about great melodic rock songs and Billy Corgan's personal self. They will be missed...

About The Smashing Pumpkins


8. Melanie C: Northern Star

Melanie C: Northern Star A brilliant pop album, this one. Shows that there's definitely life after Spice Girls - and a better one too. Looking forward to her follow-up...


9. P.J. Harvey: Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea

P.J. Harvey: Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea Her most accessible album so far and a majestic demonstration of alternative female rock music.


10. Placebo: Black Market Music

Placebo: Black Market Music The hopeless neurotics ramble on with their haunted paranoid brit pop kind of music. An album less likely to impress, but hold on - it grows on you!

     
Albums that also made an impact:

Lloyd Cole: The Negatives
The Cure: Bloodflowers
Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP
Madonna: Music
Sade: Lovers Rock
Tosca: Suzuki



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