Eleven to twenty-five

The top fifty albums from my youth continues.  If you haven’t been following you can catch up on the top ten, resplendent with playlist, here.  For everybody else……





11. Hole – Live Through This

12. Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals – Live From Mars

13. Jack Johnson – Brushfire Fairytales

14. Michael Jackson – Thriller

15.  Portishead – Dummy

16.  Bjork – Debut

17. Fugazi – 13 Songs

18. Teenage Fanclub – Bandwagonesque

19. PJ Harvey – Stories From the City Stories From the Sea

20. The Beasts of Bourbon – The Low Road

21. Ramones – Greatest Hits

22. The Doors – The Doors

23. Michael Franti and Spearhead – Stay Human

24. You am I – Sound as Ever

25. Moby – Play


As per my last post, you can catch the updated playlist here.  What do you think, have I forgotten a favourite of yours yet?

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  1. Yellow_Dandy says

    Jack Johnson was a staple when I was 18, I think I listened to that album non-stop for about a year. Moby was definitely a top for me too, and the Doors ever since I was really young. So many good memories! Love your list!

  2. Grace says

    I didn’t discover Jack Johnson until a few years ago! That’s what happens when you live in Japan for a decade! I absolutely love him particularly Brushfire Fairytales.
    So very glad you have “Thriller” That was my staple in early high school years.
    RIP MJ

  3. says

    So glad you included You Am I, one of my favourite bands EVER. I’ve never gotten over them not being included in the ABC Tv series “It’s a long way to the top” about Australian music. Still shaking my head. 

  4. Jane @Adventures of Java Jane says

    I love Holes album.. reminds me of my first year at university and living out of home!! You have some classics here.. love the lists!

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