No.10. Razorblade Suitcase - Bush
Because it has a slightly darker tone than Bush's previous album, Sixteen Stone which was full of grungy Nirvana-esque radio friendly tunes and sold in its millions, on sales figures alone Razorblade Suitcase was considered a relative failure -despite it hitting the no.1 spot on both sides of the Atlantic- and it wasn't exactly a critical success either, with frontman Gavin Rossdale being virtually accused of plagiarising Cobain.
Buuuuut.....it's by far my favourite Bush album, and I think it's one of the finest of the whole grunge era. Ok, they're not from Seattle, and Gavin is a bit of an upper class ponce, but Bush could really rock when they wanted to, and they're sadly missed-well, by me at least.
Here's a couple of the finer moments from the album -if you like this style of music I suggest you acquire it from your usual outlet, you won't be disappointed.