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#1
Title really says it all. Just pick an album you think would be fantastic even without the vocals, or maybe even better that way

For me:
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile
#2
Every Frusciante era RHCP album.
Modest Mouse- THe Moon & Antarctica, some wouldn't work though, especially Wild Pack of Family Dogs.
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#3
Explosions In The Sky - The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place.

Wait what!?



Srsly though;
American Football - American Football
Periphery - Periphery
Any Tool album.
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#4
I always thought Coldplay would be better with no vocals.

DISCLAIMER: I like Chris Martin.
#7
Quote by Duffman123

For me:
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon


What about great gig in the sky?
#9
Band On The Run - Paul McCartney And Wings
Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs - Derek And The Dominos
Tommy - The Who
Quadrophenia - The Who
#10
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What about great gig in the sky?

>_>

Forgot about that track it would seem and I love that song

Also, BTBAM - Colors
#11
Most Colour Haze albums would sound pretty sweet instrumental, even if they are a large part instrumental already.
#12
Any of the Racer X albums would be better without their singer. He was shocking. Same applies for Cacophony.
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#15
Quote by kaptink
What about great gig in the sky?


True, it just wouldn't be the same without those vocals, but maybe since they're not lyrics we should allow it.
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#16
Quote by Todd Hart
Explosions In The Sky - The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place.

Wait what!?



Srsly though;
American Football - American Football
Periphery - Periphery
Any Tool album.

You're on my good list.
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#18
Chronic 2001 - Dr. Dre
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#20
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Any of the Racer X albums would be better without their singer. He was shocking. Same applies for Cacophony.
This kinda. I like all songs from racer x and cacophony but I wouldn't say that jeff martin is bad at singing you just gotta get used to his voice. And cacophony well they're singer is only good on the recordings his live shit is kinda bad hahaha. But yea i agree with this guy.
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#22
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You're on my good list.


Yay!
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#25
PTH - Fortress
BTBAM - Colors and The Great Misdirect
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#26
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BTBAM- Alaska

I have that album instrumentally and I prefer it a lot more
#28
The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking - Roger Waters

Barcelona Boogie - Johnny Winter... Its live but
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#29
Any Nick Drake album

Led Zeppelin - Remasters & Physical Graffitti

Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie

Van Dyke Parks - Song Cycle

Jimi Hendrix - All studio recordings + Band of Gypsies

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#31
Oh, oh. I think I'd very much prefer a lot of Sigur Rós songs without vocals. I love Jonsí's voice, but it would be so much more relaxing without vocals.
#32
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Apparently, you missed the point.

Most Opeth albums.

I missed it too.

And I like the Mikael's vocals.
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#34
And just like to throw Rust in Peace and Peace Sells in here, simply because i ADORE the Poland/Mustaine/Friedman tradeoffs.
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#35
Didn't Periphery release their album in an instrumental version on iTunes? And Bulb has some rough drafts on his soundclick page.
#36
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Hmmmmmm....Rush's 2112 might work.
Rush sounds better with no volume.
#37
Quote by Duffman123
I have that album instrumentally and I prefer it a lot more


Where'd you get it? Do they sell instrumentals at music stores? I've never seen them there.
#38
^ Yup they did,

Both versions sound awesome
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#39
Queen stuff would be cool. Not better, but good. Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge would be cool.
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