EP.14 – Honourable Mentions For Our Top Debut Albums of the 2000’s

We revisit our favourite debut albums of the 2000’s for this episode of The ‘Stay At Home’ Sessions, with a deep dive into our honourable mentions from the original show, plus a surprising amount of new music to catch up on and even more live streams! 

Bands and artists who come up in conversation on this episode:

Kid Cudi, Incubus, The Used, Enter Shikari, The 1975, The Aquabats!, The Darkness, Reel Big Fish, Infant Sorrow, Punchline, Ben Gibbard, Death Cab For Cutie, Charli XCX, All We Are, Hayley Williams, Zero 7, Gorillaz, Peter Hook, Foo Fighters, Peter Bjorn and John, All Saints, Sting, Shaggy, Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Becky Hill, Cliff Richard, James Bay, Niall Horan, Goldfinger, Mike Herrera, Jimmy Eat World, Best Coast, Barenaked Ladies, CHVRCHES, Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day, The Bangles, Frank Turner, Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Feeling, Reef, The Rolling Stones, The Sounds, Basement, Motion City Soundtrack, Maximo Park, Hundred Reasons, The Starting Line, New Found Glory, Allister. Midtown, Home Grown, RX Bandits, Finch, Person L, Fall Out Boy, The Ghost Of A Thousand, Gallows, Cancer Bats, Poison The Well, Anti Flag, Four Year Strong, Alexisonfire, Yards, Kids In Glass Houses, Ashlee Simpson, Coldplay, Snow Patrol, U2, Head Automatica, Glassjaw, Cobra Starship, Tim Armstrong, Eisley, Glasvegas, Jane’s Addiction, Gossip, Crystal Castles, My Chemical Romance, Muse, The XX, Grammatics, A Day To Remember, Bloc Party, Rolo Tomassi, Black Hole, Pulled Apart By Horses, Bombay Bicycle Club.

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