1.) Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand Half of the tracks on the band’s debut album became singles and included the hits “Take Me Out” and “This Fire”.
2.) Green Day - American Idiot Perhaps Green Day’s most successful album to date, the record has sold over 14 million copies worldwide and has even spawned a Broadway musical adaptation of the album.
3.) Eric Clapton - Me and Mr Johnson Clapton recorded this album as a tribute to the legendary blues musician Robert Johnson. Despite Clapton’s love of the blues, he stated that the recordings were never intended to become an album.
4.) Norah Jones - Feels Like Home The record sold a million copies in its first week and sold over four million copies in 2004 alone. Levon Helm and Dolly Parton both contributed on this album.
5.)-Steve-Earle---The-Revol The 10th studio album by Earle won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album.
6.) Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News Modest Mouse’s most successful album to date contains the singles “Float On” and “Ocean Breathes Salty”.
7.) Sarah McLachlan - Afterglow The double platinum album has sold over five million copies worldwide and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album
8.) U2 - How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb First studio album from U2 in four years contains the infamous “Vertigo” lyrics of Bono counting “1,2,14” in Spanish.
9.) Bodeans - Resolution The first new material released from the group in eight years sees the band harness their Americana roots and deliver rock and roll in its truest sense.
10.) Los Lonely Boys - Los Lonely Boys Debut album from the group contains the breakout single “Heaven”. The album has been certified as double platinum.