Posts Tagged ‘2000s’

Hey hey, here we go. I hope you spent the entire weekend evaluating the picks from the previous post. This has been quite the metaphorical trip down memory lane for me; I was 14 when the naughties began, and I’m 24 on the way out. Most of my music-listening life happened in the last ten […]


Thanks for following the curves of our counting-down compendium. We are zeroing in on our top ten albums of 2009, as well as some pretty sizable lists about the best records of the decade. Stay tuned; CKTK will be taking care of you through the new year. We have two more rerun lists for you […]


2007 was the first year that I didn’t waste a moment and started growing my Top 10 Albums list on an RFT file on my Desktop on the morning of January 1st (Okay, fine… in the spirit of full disclosure, I actually started it on the evening of January 4th and it began as a […]


Not to be outdone, here are my top ten albums of 2006. You can see the list with commentary and a bunch of other categories right here. This was the first year that I wrote a full commentary for the list, and it was INDEED a great year in music. Don’t forget that this is […]


2006 was an outstanding year for music. If you disagree then you’re not my friend anymore. I have elected to share my list from that year rather than 2005 for two reasons: 1) A strange and inadvertent hibernation I experienced in 2005 within the caves of Malaysia. 2) My recent obsession with one-upping everyone around […]


First, a note about the direction of CKTK. We will be posting our end-0f-the-decade thoughts soon. Also, our top albums of 2009 lists will drop in mid-to-late-December. To lead up to those, we will be posting our top ten albums of the year lists from 2005-2008, sans commentary. We will, of course, link to places […]


tk weighs in: What is the most important band or artist of the decade? I pondered this question during my entire stroll down Gower Ave. from Sunset to Santa Monica (all 0.5 miles) and here’s what I came up with. These aren’t controversial choices but who needs controversy when there’s a possibility for accuracy? First […]