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OHZ’s 5 GREATEST ALBUMS of the DECADE (2000-2009)

June 3, 2010

As almost every major music publication has made an attempt to convey their most prized albums of the decade, despite being slightly late I have decided to follow suit by reflecting on my own personal favourites. Stemming partly from a desire to celebrate and embrace the decade that saw me grow from boy to man, my motivation is simply a case of wanting to add my own thoughts to yet another interesting debate. Of course as with all incentives there admittedly exists a subplot of desire, with mine perhaps being the chance to respond to the sometimes pretentious, predictable lists that have tended to undermine the beauty of compiling a classification. As ever it seems like Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and the others’ lists tend to overlook gems in favour of playing the safety option. In this case it should come as no surprise to see the mainstream media’s opinions largely mirroring one another, with albums such as Kid A, The Blueprint and Funeral finding themselves prominently amidst the elected favourites.

So after heated conversations, endless scouring of my musical collection and intense listening sessions I present to you my own personal top 5 albums of the 00’s. READ MORE…

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