Albums with the Highest Ratings in 2003 1. The Meadowlands' Wrens 2. Character of Viktor Vaughn-Vaudeville 3. Dizzee Rascal in the Background Four rounds of Tet 5. Ohia & The Magnolia Electric Co. 7. Menomena-I Am the Fun Blame Monster 6. Brother Ali-Shadows on the Sun Prefuse 73-One Word Extinguisher
The greatest albums of all time are judged by many to be The Meadowlands' Wrens, an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York. Their self-titled album received high ratings from most critics who reviewed it, including Allmusic, which called it "one of the best indie-rock albums of 2003". Character of Viktor Vaughn also earned high marks from critics, with some calling it one of the best hip hop albums of the year. Dizzee Rascal's Back to Black was the highest-rated album by a British singer-songwriter, and Ohia & The Magnolia Electric Co.'s Heaven Is Through The Gate was praised for its innovative use of jazz instruments.
Tet is the Chinese word for "four" and this term refers to the four seasons in traditional Chinese astronomy. In Chinese culture, individuals give thanks or pray for good fortune during the Tet holiday season. Round one fell on September 17th, while round two was three months later on December 16th. Rounds three and four took place six months after that on March 16th and September 15th, respectively.
2003's Top 100 Hits/2003's Top 100 Songs
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Best-Selling Albums in 2005
|RankTitle, Artist||Units sold|
|1. The Emancipation of Mimi, Mariah Carey||4,968,606|
|2. Massacre, 50 Cent||4,852,744|
|3. Breakway, Kelly Clarkson||3,496,192|
|4. American Idiot, Green Day||3,360,394|
The 2000s' Top 100 Artists
According to Rolling Stone, the following are the Top 10 Greatest Albums of All Time:
The greatest albums of all time
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