Today marks twelve years since the first issue of TRM (which was rebranded to be Tomatrax 3 years later). To mark this milestone, over the next 5 days, we are going to look back at the best abums of the naughties.

To be elligible, the musical collections had to have been released between 1 January 2000 and 31 December 2009,  have 9 or more tracks and/or a duration of 35 minutes or longer, and be a studio release, compliations and live albums were not elligible (we will be doing a best live albums list at some stage).

Across the 100 albums, 90 artists have been represented from 14 nations with no artist appearing more than twice. 

 

100. Reeves Gabrels – Ulysses

 

99. Gotye – Like drawing blood

98. Iggy Pop – Beat ’em up

97. The Hives – Tyrannosaurus Hives

96. The Sinking Citizenship – Broadcasting Germs

95. Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not

94. Melissa Auf der Maur – Auf der Maur

93. Alice in Chains – Black gives way to blue

92. Portishead – Third

91. Of Montreal – Satanic Panic in the attic

90. 5 6 7 8s – Teenage mojo workout

89. Passenger – Wicked Man’s Rest

88. Audioslave – Audioslave

87. Blur – Think Tank

86. Franz Ferdinand – Franz Ferdinand

85. Queens of the Stoneage – Songs for the deaf

84. A Perfect Circle – Thirteenth Step

83. Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven

82. Junkie XL – Radio XL

81. My Friend the Chocolate Cake – Home improvements

 

 

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