2001. Pop was reigning supreme on the airwaves, tv, and everywhere else. So it would be easy to overlook that it might just have been the last great year for rock music. I will present to you my list of great albums to back up my theory.
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B.R.M.C. is the self-titled debut studio album by American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, released on Virgin Records on April 3, 2001. This debut made an immediate impact through the music world, making them part of the garage rock revival that spawned in the early 2000s.
Is This It is the debut studio album by American rock band the Strokes. Recorded at Transporterraum in New York City with producerGordon Raphael, the album was first released on July 30, 2001, in Australia, with RCA Records as the primary label. The record entered the UK Albums Chart at number two and peaked at number 33 on the US Billboard 200, going on to achieve platinum status in several markets. "Hard to Explain", "Last Nite", and "Someday" were released as singles.
For the album, the Strokes strived to capture a simple rock sound that was not significantly enhanced in the studio. Building on the work of their 2001 extended play, The Modern Age, the band members molded compositions largely through live takes during the recording sessions, while songwriter Julian Casablancas continued to detail the lives and relationships of urban youth. Following the completion of Is This It, the Strokes embarked on a promotional world tour before its release. The album's cover photograph courted controversy for being too sexually explicit and was replaced for the US market. The American track listing was also amended in light of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Promoted by the music press for a melodic pop-influenced sound, the Strokes garnered critical acclaim and commercial attention. Is This It was praised for its charisma and rhythm, which often referenced the works of 1970s garage rock bands. The record is considered crucial in the development of other alternative bands and of the post-millennial music industry. It has featured in several publications' lists of the best albums of the 2000s and of all time.
Gold is the second studio album by Ryan Adams, released September 25, 2001 on Lost Highway Records. The album remains Adams' best-selling album, certifying Gold in the UK and going on to sell 364,000 copies in the U.S. and 812,000 worldwide. Adams noted that "with Gold, I was trying to prove something to myself. I wanted to invent a modern classic."
American Hi-Fi is the self-titled debut studio album by American rock band American Hi-Fi. It was released on February 27, 2001 by Island Records. It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak." The album peaked at #81 on the US Billboard 200 and stayed on the charts for 25 weeks. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41, and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.
Your Favorite Weapon is the debut studio album by American rockband Brand New, released in 2001. The album consists largely of power chord-heavy pop punk songs, detailing the highs and lows of teenage relationships and experiences.
Comfort Eagle is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Cake. It was released on July 24, 2001 on Columbia Records, their first with the company. In its opening week, Comfort Eagle sold about 72,000 copies, debuting at number 13 on the Billboard 200. On February 2, 2003 the album was certified gold by the RIAA for shipments of half a million copies
Bleed American is the fourth studio album by American rock band Jimmy Eat World. It was released on July 24, 2001 by DreamWorks Records. It was the first recording launched after signing the band a few months prior. The album was re-released as Jimmy Eat World after the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. that took place a month after its initial release.
Musicforthemorningafter is the critically acclaimed and commercially successful debut album by Pete Yorn, released on March 27, 2001 through Columbia Records. It was certified RIAA GOLD in the United States and served as a launching pad for Yorn's career.
White Blood Cells is the third studio album by American garage rock duo The White Stripes, released on July 3, 2001. Recorded in less than one week at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee, and produced by frontman and guitarist Jack White, it was the band's final record released independently on Sympathy for the Record Industry. Bolstered by the hit single "Fell in Love with a Girl", the record propelled The White Stripes into early commercial popularity and critical success. In 2012, Rolling Stone ranked the album at number 497 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Weezer, also known as the Green Album, is the third studio album by American rock band Weezer, released on May 15, 2001, through Geffen Records. Produced by Ric Ocasek, this is the only Weezer album to feature bassist Mikey Welsh, who replaced Matt Sharp. The album is grounded in the power pop genre, featuring strong melodies, crisp vocal harmonies, and prominent guitar riffs. It is also Weezer's quickest-selling album.
Weezer received generally favorable reviews. The album was often recognized as a rebirth for the band, after a five-year hiatus following their 1996 album Pinkerton. The album attained chart success by debuting at number 4 in the US and number 2 in Canada. The album also charted within the top ten in Norway and Sweden. Since its release in 2001, the album has sold over 1,600,000 copies in the United States.