Autobiographical Order: The First 100

Before we move on to the next batch of Autobiographical Order records and stories, I thought I’d give everyone a chance to catch up on anything they might have missed. And for my own reference, I thought it might be handy to have the entries archived in an easier-to-find list. So here’s the first 100. On to the next 100 starting tomorrow!

1-3. Herb Albert, Astrud Gilberto and Martin Denny

4. Bee Gees – Gold

5. Led Zeppelin – II

6. The Rolling Stones – Aftermath

7. Treepeople – Guilt Regret Embarrassment

8 & 9. Talking Heads – Fear of Music/Little Creatures

10. A Tribe Called Quest – The Anthology

11. The Human League – Reproduction

12. The B-52s – Whammy!

13. Talking Heads – More Songs About Buildings and Food

14. New Order – Brotherhood

15. Depeche Mode – A Broken Frame

16. Elvis Costello – Punch the Clock

17 & 18. Roxy Music – Siren/Avalon

19.Echo & the Bunnymen – Crocodiles

20. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

21. Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run

22. U2 – Boy

23. The Human League – Dare

24. Tubeway Army/Gary Numan – Replicas

25. Tom Waits – Heartattack and Vine

26. Graham Parker – Squeezing Out Sparks

27 & 28. Squeeze – Argybargy/Singles

29. XTC – Drums and Wires

30. Getz/Gilberto

31. Simon & Garfunkel – The Sounds of Silence

32. R.E.M. – Murmur

33. Antonio Carlos Jobim – The Composer of Desafinado Plays…

34. Japan – Gentlemen Take Polaroids

35. Teardrop Explodes – Kilimanjaro

36. Simon & Garfunkel – Bookends

37. Elton John – Honky Chateau

38. Stevie Wonder – Fulfillingness First Finale

39. New Order – Power Corruption and Lies

40. R.E.M. – Life’s Rich Pageant

41 & 42. Elvis Costello – Trust/Imperial Bedroom

43. Interpol – Turn on the Bright Lights

44. Star Wars OST

45. Paul Simon – Still Crazy After All These Years

46. Sarah Vaughan – The Lonely Hours

47. David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

48 & 49. The Cure – Japanese Whispers/The Top

50. Elvis Costello – My Aim Is True

51. Bauhaus – 1979-1983

52. Pet Shop Boys – Please

53. Love and Rockets – Earth Sun Moon

(I don’t know what happened to 54 and 55… uh… ?)

56. Elliott Smith – s/t

57 & 58. David Bowie – Hunky Dory/”Heroes”

59. The Police – Synchronicity

60. Pavement – Brighten the Corners

61. David Bowie – Young Americans

62. Cat Power – Moon Pix

63. Siouxsie and the Banshees – Once Upon a Time

64. Bauhaus – Mask

65. David Bowie – Scary Monsters

66. Bruce Springsteen – Darkness on the Edge of Town

67. Split Enz – Time and Tide

68. Sufjan Stevens – Greetings from Michigan

69. The Juan Maclean – Less Than Human

70. Talk Talk – The Colour of Spring

71. John Cale – Music for a New Society

72. Feist – The Reminder

73. The National – Boxer

74. Bee Gees – Children of the World

75. Vampire Weekend – s/t

76. Beach House – Devotion

77. Velvet Underground – White Light/White Heat

78. Radiohead – In Rainbows

79. The Police – Ghost in the Machine

81. Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood – Nancy and Lee

80. Blonde Redhead – 23

82. King Khan and the Shrines – What Is?!

83. Fugazi – Red Medicine

84. Unwound – Leaves Turn Inside You

85. Studio – West Coast

86. No Age – Nouns

87. My Bloody Valentine – Loveless

88. Sleater-Kinney – One Beat

89. Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

90. Shearwater – Rook

91. Sleater-Kinney – The Woods

92. Broadcast – haha Sound

93. Shearwater – Palo Santo

94. The Walkmen – You & Me

95. Grizzly Bear – Yellow House

96. Big Black – Songs About Fucking

97. Beach Boys – Surf’s Up

98. Deerhunter – Microcastle

99. Gang Gang Dance – Saint Dymphna

1oo. Nas – Illmatic

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