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  • Soundgarden, Ultramega OK (Expanded Reissue)Ultramega OK (Expanded Reissue)
    • Alternative Metal
    • Grunge
  • Nickelback, All the Right ReasonsAll the Right Reasons
    On the heels of the release of big hit single Photograph, Canadian band Nickelback deliver a strong, commercial album that sticks close to straightforward rock. All the Right Reasons is easily their most effective and fluid collection of songs yet
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Nickelback, Dark HorseDark Horse
    Album Dark Horse literarily consists of extremes, which always exist in Nickelback's creative work. Here you can find even heavier rock compositions, sentimental ballads and light joyful songs close to country in style
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Foo Fighters, Wasting LightWasting Light
    With their unexpectedly fast and furious Wasting Light new album, Foo Fighters demonstrate their perfect shape and loyalty to traditions
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Foo Fighters, Echoes, Silence, Patience & GraceEchoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
    American rock band Foo Fighters released their new album Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace. The most complicated and confident work of the band to date is sure to amuse the old fans of Foo Fighters and attract new listeners
    • Post-Grunge
    • Rock
  • Daughtry, DaughtryDaughtry
    Though Daughtry is not an album sparkling with originality, it has a material which is interesting for a listener because it offers simple, comprehensible and good songs. Any of them demonstrates a wide range of Chris Daughtry's voice potential
    Daughtry, 2006
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
    • Rock
  • The Pretty Reckless, Who You Selling ForWho You Selling For
    • Post-Grunge
    • Hard Rock
  • Foo Fighters, Greatest HitsGreatest Hits
    • Grunge
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Nirvana, NevermindNevermind
    Nirvana, 1991
    • Grunge
  • Queens of the Stone Age, ...Like Clockwork...Like Clockwork
    • Post-Grunge
    • Stoner Rock
  • 3 Doors Down, Us And The NightUs And The Night
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Shinedown, Threat to SurvivalThreat to Survival
    Shinedown, 2015
    • Post-Grunge
    • Hard Rock
  • Pearl Jam, BackspacerBackspacer
    Backspacer different from the rest of the band's albums judging by many parameters, will easily become the best in Pear Jam's entire discography. The album is much livelier, more optimistic and life-affirming
    Pearl Jam, 2009
    • Grunge
  • Nickelback, Here And NowHere And Now
    Here And Now, Nickelback's new album, repeats the band's previous works even in details, but this seems exactly what countless listeners want
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Hinder, Extreme BehaviorExtreme Behavior
    Hinder, 2005
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • 3 Doors Down, 3 Doors Down3 Doors Down
    For the last eight years 3 Doors Down gained a reputation of seasoned rock stars. Each album they release becomes a huge hit. So fear not, old fans, following this tradition 3 Doors Down recorded another great album, which is ready to assault world c
    • Post-Grunge
  • Three Days Grace, One-XOne-X
    Three Days Grace has created a strikingly genuine and affective record One-X filled with a great variety of emotions like misery, rage, passion, loneliness, darkness and many others which is absolutely necessary to make a top level rock album
    • Alternative Metal
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Shinedown, The Sound of MadnessThe Sound of Madness
    The third creation of alternative band Shinedown aptly named The Sound Of Madness amazes, conquers and worries and is even able to dumb the most sensitive listeners for a while. The guys have set a concrete goal – to outshine themselves
    Shinedown, 2008
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Matchbox Twenty, Exile on MainstreamExile on Mainstream
    Matchbox Twenty kept silence for five long years but luckily this period seems to be over. Their new disk Exile On Mainstream represents six brand new songs and eleven old hits of this truly popular band
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Finger Eleven, Them vs. You vs. MeThem vs. You vs. Me
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Foo Fighters, In Your HonorIn Your Honor
    Foo Fighters work very well with their peers on this album; and this enhances the quality of the outcome. Look for such greats as Norah Jones on both vocals and piano; Josh Homme and Joe Beebe helping out on guitar; John Paul Jones working
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Breaking Benjamin, PhobiaPhobia
    The band has gone for a much more melodic and dark feel. Phobia is Breaking Benjamin's most musically complex, lyrically the most thought provoking and mature, it is their most ambitious album and the most complete work they have done
    • Alternative Metal
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Nickelback, Silver Side UpSilver Side Up
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Daughtry, BaptizedBaptized
    Daughtry, 2013
    • Post-Grunge
    • Pop/Rock
  • Seether, Finding Beauty in Negative SpacesFinding Beauty in Negative Spaces
    Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces is the most confident and probably the best album of Seether so far. The main thing they have achieved with this album is a proper and catchy balance between post grunge and alternative metal
    Seether, 2007
    • Post-Grunge
  • The Smashing Pumpkins, Greatest Hits: Rotten ApplesGreatest Hits: Rotten Apples
    • Dream Pop
    • Grunge
    • Hard Rock
    • Industrial Rock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
    • Psychedelic Rock
    • Rock
    • Symphonic Rock
  • Pearl Jam, TenTen
    Pearl Jam, 1991
    • Grunge
    • Hard Rock
  • Nickelback, The Long RoadThe Long Road
    • Hard Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Soundgarden, SuperunknownSuperunknown
    • Grunge
    • Hard Rock
  • David Cook, David CookDavid Cook
    American Idol seventh season winner David Cook recorded his first major label solo disc David Cook. The long-play is filled with tender rock ballads, grasping arena-ready anthems and popping post-grunge tracks
    • Pop/Rock
    • Post-Grunge
  • Nirvana, In UteroIn Utero
    Nirvana, 1993
    • Grunge
  • Shinedown, AmaryllisAmaryllis
    American alternative rockers Shinedown released their brand new studio album titled Amaryllis, which became number four in their discography. The long play has got all the chances to repeat the success of the band’s previous works
    Shinedown, 2012
    • Post-Grunge
    • Hard Rock
  • 3 Doors Down, The Better LifeThe Better Life
    • Post-Grunge
    • Rock
  • Soundgarden, King AnimalKing Animal
    Back on stage, Soundgarden made it clear thet are coming back to their original style, which they demonstrated on their first album in sixteen years, King Animal
    • Grunge
    • Indie Rock