Top Ten Best Post Punk Albums
The Top Ten Best Post Punk Albums
Should be number one
Personally, I prefer this one to 'Closer'.
More, more votes for this, please! This album is the perfect example of how talent becomes genius and how genius becomes art when the creator experiences the uttermost pain and suffering in his own self. It's Arthur Rimbaud made music, for the unknown pleasures of us all.
This album totally deserves the top spot. If you listen to it, you might be depressed for the next few days, but your vision of how beautifully emotions can be conveyed will be changed forever. A gorgeous, powerful, exciting and raw masterpiece.
Absolutely perfect from the beginning to the end. One of the few albums from which you can not throw a single note. Joy Division at their highest point.
Why is the Offspring in the top 5 :V
Their cover of Stones's 'Satisfaction' is still one of the cleverest cover-versions of all time and there's not one bad track on the album. And Eno's production has stood the test of time too.
Isn't this supposed to be 'White Music'?
The best selling independant album of all time xD
That's skatepunk kiddo
Emotional and claustrophobic
The Offspring aren't a post-punk band.
Influential for rrriot girls-bands and girl-power groups, 'Cut' features superb tracks like 'Love & Romance', 'Spend, Spend, Spend' and hit-single 'Typical Girls'. I'd recommend the version with the bonus-track 'I heard it through the grapevine'; one of the best and cleverest cover versions. In the same league as Devo's 'Satisfaction'.
Underrated, as a great music film, a brilliant album and a gifted vocalist and songwriter. Beautiful ballad 'Will you? ', might be the most famous, but other songs like 'Calls the tune', 'If only' and 'Eighth Day' are equally exellent, if not even better.
What's post-punk about Good Charlotte? Read the titles!
Never understood how 'Marliese', 'Berlin' and the title-track weren't hit-singles in the Uk. The album reached No.6 in the German charts and 'Marliese' was a Top 40-hit. Sure, some of the lyrics (Cold War) are a bit out-dated, but in other parts tragically still relevant now. And the music has certainly stood the test of time. Great vocals.
Post-Punk of the highest quality from Germany.
Nina's amazing experimental solo-debut, after splitting from the Nina Hagen Band (who became the Spliff Radio Show, then just Spliff). One of those 'must hear b4 u die-albums, regardless if one will like it or not.
Nomi was one of the first celebrities to die of AIDS (aged 39) and would have had most likely a great career to come. With his unique voice, a countertenor, with a wide vocal range and a style, well ahead of his time, plus collaborating with stars like Bowie and Iggy Pop, just to name two, he was destined to superstardom, but sadly remains, even now, criminally overlooked, almost forgotten. This debut-album, not always perfect, though, but shows his massive potential, especially on his covers of 'The Twist', 'Lightning strikes' and 'You don't own me'.
Emerged back the ('78/'79) with their very unique style, releasing one amazing debut-album that still sounds amazing now. Tracks, like 'Planet Claire', 'Rock Lobster' and my personal favourite 'Dance this mess around' are timeless party anthems. Funny, intelligent, energetic pop with an anarchic, punky attitude.