Urban75 Album of the Year 1998

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by belboid, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Two?

    Zauberberg was '97. Königsforst was '98 (which I'll definitely be voting for). Pop was '00.

    Is there one I don't know about?
     
  2. killer b

    killer b Nostrofuckingdamus

    no, just ratemymusic being a bit dodgy
     
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  3. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    These are all class :p

    Octave One ‎– The Collective
    E-Dancer ‎– Heavenly
    DJ Hype Presents True Playaz In The Mix Vol 1
    DJ Hype & Tru Playaz present True Vibes
    Aphrodite & Micky Finn ‎– The Takeover Bid
    Laurent Garnier ‎– Early Works
    Dave Clarke ‎– Electro Boogie Vol 2 - The Throwdown
    Underground Resistance ‎– Interstellar Fugitives
    Dave Angel ‎– 39 Flavours Of Tech Funk
    Terry Francis ‎– Architecture
    E-Z Rollers ‎– Drumfunk Hooliganz
    VA – Lyricist Longe Vol 1
    VA - JumpUpThrowDown
    Michael Mayer ‎– Neuhouse
    Schatrax ‎– Schatrax
    Tuff Jam ‎– Underground Frequencies Volume 2
    Kruder Dorfmeister ‎– The K&D Sessions
    Various ‎– Tec House Living
    Colin Dale ‎– Mutant Disco
     
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  4. Knotted

    Knotted Sweet when you stir it up

    Try this as well:
     
  5. killer b

    killer b Nostrofuckingdamus

    does this count as a compilation? if not it's totally on my list (discogs has it as an album fwiw)
     
  6. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Most of it had been released before, so I guess so. We might get by on the Yo Diddley ruling. belboid ?
     
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  7. Dr. Furface

    Dr. Furface One small step for man

    And this

     
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  8. killer b

    killer b Nostrofuckingdamus

    I think it's fair enough excluding DJ mixes, but this is an artist album, and not all of it had been released on 12s before. I say it's in.
     
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  9. rutabowa

    rutabowa YUPPIES OUT

  10. belboid

    belboid TUC Off Your Knees

    Totally acceptable according to my diligent research



    (ie taking killer b's word for it)
     
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  11. maomao

    maomao 四月她爹

    Sort of. There's twenty odd albums so that's the top third.
     
  12. sunnysidedown

    sunnysidedown Well-Known Member

    yeah if this is out then you can say that Moodymann should technically be out too.
     
  13. sunnysidedown

    sunnysidedown Well-Known Member

    oh just seen belboids post, ignore.
     
  14. skyscraper101

    skyscraper101 0891 50 50 50

    For me 1998 albums was mostly:

    Massive Attack - Mezzanine
    Garbage - Version 2.0
    Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty
    Unkle - Psyence Fiction
    Hole - Celebrity Skin
    Air - Moon Safari
    Faithless - Sunday 8pm
    Talvin Singh - O.K.
    Madonna - Ray Of Light
    Cardigans - Gran Turismo
     
  15. killer b

    killer b Nostrofuckingdamus

    Heavenly is about the best techno album there is anyway, and was certainly the best techno album of 1998. Everyone should put it at the top of their lists.
     
  16. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    I entered 98 all bout the emo and h/c.

    But then I went to Lisbon on an art college exchange and decided to plan to move abroad.

    So, I'm sorry but 1998 for me ended up being all about Manu Chao's Clandestino.

    Here's a nice version of the title track....

     
  17. Knotted

    Knotted Sweet when you stir it up

    Melt Banana's Charlie was 1998. This is shaping up to be an amazing year.
     
  18. Knotted

    Knotted Sweet when you stir it up

    I'll give it listen. :thumbs:
     
  19. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Jejune's This Afternoon's Malady is an all time Dave of mine released in 98.

     
  20. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Theres also a Cress/Doom split EP from 98 that I love, and keeps it real. But I don't think it counts an LP sadly.

     
  21. Knotted

    Knotted Sweet when you stir it up

    Spectralism from Romanian husband/wife composers (incidentally this is really exciting):


    Fourier transform that shit.
     
  22. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Also Fugazi and Refused LPs in 1998 :thumbs:
     
  23. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Hot Water Music's Fuel for the Hate Game another gem from 1998.

     
  24. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Fanfare Ciocarlia's debut came out in 98 too :cool:
     
  25. chilango

    chilango *shrugs*

    Dusminguet's Vafalungo also out that year.

     
  26. Rebelda

    Rebelda Nearly as bad as Badgers

    I was 11, so I might :D
     
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  27. TruXta

    TruXta tired

    Tortoise released TNT that year. Their 2nd best album imo
     
  28. moody

    moody Being alive increases risk of death.


    & Soma.
     
  29. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    Surprised not to see 4hero 2 pages on any of those lists...I don't love it so much these days mainly as I overplayed it, but still.

    The Gangstarr LP might be the last great hip hop LP.

    I know some earlier edancer 12s, but not the album, look forward to checking that
     
  30. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    Curious what you make of it on fresh ears... and if it feels like a 20 year old record or not.
    Another I've played to death and can't really hear it anymore.
     

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