What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen years

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What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen years

Postby Josh_Dead » Sat Sep 15, 2012 2:08 am

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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby clayton » Sat Sep 15, 2012 5:13 am

I had what I now consider pretty bad music taste back then so probably something like
Underoath-define the great line
Emery-the question
Skillet-collide
Norma Jean-redeemer
Anberlin-never take friendship personal
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Sara » Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:38 pm

How early?
15-16? Let's go with that. That was 10-11 years ago, btw.


1. Good Charlotte - self titled
2. New Found Glory - Self titled
3. Andrew WK - I Get Wet
4. H2O - F.T.T.W/ Thicker Than Water
5.Something Corporate -Leaving Through the Window
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby clayton » Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:47 pm

Mine are probably somewhere around the 12-14 range. 5-7 years ago.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby limework » Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:39 pm

dude clayton most of those are still good records man. not norma jean or lol skillet but ya. i still think the question is emery's best album.

for a 14-15 year old me (before that all i listened to was carman(!) and dc talk), it's probably something like this:

linkin park - hybrid theory
mudvayne - l.d. 50
jimmy eat world - bleed american
tool - lateralus
eminem - marshal mathers lp

funny thing is i still like these albums.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Sara » Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:40 pm

I still listen to my 5 all the time. I love pop punk.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Timloney » Sat Sep 15, 2012 11:21 pm

Debating whether I should post on this thread... I turn 18 in four days, so early teen years are like 3-4 years ago.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby clayton » Sun Sep 16, 2012 6:54 am

That Anberlin album might still be slightly decent, but besides that, I'm not into those albums anymore.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby limework » Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:09 am

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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Psyvjor » Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:52 am

My Chemical Romance - I brought you my bullets, you brought me your love
My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
My Chemical Romance - The Black Parade
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby GiraffeInMyThroat » Sun Sep 16, 2012 3:12 pm

13-14 year old me... man.
-Age of Reptiles
-MAYBE Disciple's self-titled (that was more of an 11-12 year old thing but it might have still been lingering a bit longer)
-ATRWF/Rival Factions by Project 86
-"Oh!Gravity" by Switchfoot
that's just off the top of my head. Man I've been through several phases since then and I'm only 18, lol.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Josh_Dead » Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:06 pm

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TobyMac - Momentum
Beanbag - Free Signal
PAX217 - Twoseventeen
Pillar - Fireproof
KJ-52 - Collaborations

The only one I'd even touch now'a'days is PAX217. They still kinda a'ight. Their last album is better, though.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby PhilNZ » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:57 am

Im 19 now, so im going with what I loved around 14:

Relient K - MMHMM
Relient K - five Score and Seven years ago
Anberlin - Cities
Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue
The Wedding - Self titled

Looking at the masterpieces that came back then (Im only a man, fiends, come now sleep, the fiance) I get a lil disappointed in myself, but then I realise I still love that stuff anyway :)
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby limework » Mon Sep 17, 2012 8:29 am

Josh_Dead wrote:Beanbag - Free Signal
PAX217 - Twoseventeen

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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby TorchesTogether » Mon Sep 17, 2012 12:36 pm

This is fun.

Blindside - About a Burning Fire
Project 86 - Truthless Heroes
Underoath - They're Only Chasing Safety
Switchfoot - The Beautiful Letdown
Skillet - Collide
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Josh_Dead » Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:54 pm

Oh, man. Project 86. I used to be nuts for them. Truthless Heros, Songs To Burn Your Bridges By, and And The Rest Will Follow are still good. I can't get into their newer stuff as much. Rival Factions was the last album I really bothered with.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby clayton » Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:23 pm

Rival factions was an alright album, I can't really get into any of their other stuff.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby limework » Mon Sep 17, 2012 6:48 pm

it's all about drawing black lines and ...and the rest will follow.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Timloney » Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:22 pm

Project 86 introduced me to Showbread, but in the last few years I stopped listening to them. Rival Factions was alright, Picket Fence Cartel not so much. Songs to Burn Your Bridges By is their best album without a doubt. Funny what happens when they release an independent record.
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Re: What were the top 5 defining albums of your early teen y

Postby Sara » Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:48 pm

you're all making me feel old.

did no one else listen to pop punk/punk? Just weird christian rock?
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