Yes, let’s definitely hope for that.
Assuming LR solo and not VU, then Street Hassle
did you mean to include the capitalized editorial remarks in Lopatin’s seventh answer?
Tie: Guns of Brixton and Death or Glory
My top 10 to date (have not yet heard Disclosure, BOC or Sunbather): Vampire Weekend, mbv, Daft Punk, Kurt Vile, National, Nick Cave, Dirty Beaches, Deerhunter, Koze, Savages.
The only interesting thing here is who the author believes are the other 4 greatest drummers in the history of rock. That statement is made with great confidence and no hyperlink. Don’t disagree, just curious.
To me there is no question that Vespertine is her greatest album, by some margin. I’ve never understood why that isn’t a more prevalent view. That album is awe-inspiring, and in a totally different category from the rest of her stuff, even classics like Homogenic and Post.
Substance is undoubtedly the best starting place. To be followed by Technique and PC&L. But all their studio records prior to Republic are essential (the rest are great as well, but the classics end with Technique).
Whoops, brain cloud, meant “Leave Me Alone”, not “We All Stand”