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#1
In the attempt to find new (for me) music, I want to know what album you think everyone should hear. For me, it's the Gaslight Anthem - The '59 Sound.

Interested to see what you say.
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#3
I foresee doom in this thread. And for me it would be Ghost Reveries by Opeth, everyone needs to hear that album.
#8
Steve Vai - Passion and Warfare

That album is a masterpiece. I personally think there is "something for everyone" on that album.

For example. I Would Love To is great for anybody who likes catchy, upbeat, dance-able music, Erotic Nightmares is good for anybody who likes something "funky," etc.
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#10
i think we should try to keep it to music that most people would like. for instance not everyone likes metal. so my suggestion is dark side of the moon by pink floyd because they are actually melodic songs with meaning and the most amazing music ever.
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#11
MGMT - Oracular Spectatular
It really did change my life. It just spoke to how I was feeling at the time on so many levels, and still does.
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#12
Animal Collective's "Fall Be Kind" EP.

Shit changed my life. Except seriously, it did.

Women's self titled record, too.

Aenima by Tool

EDIT:
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MGMT - Oracular Spectatular

And this, even though I like Congratulations more.
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#13
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

Shit changed my life
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#14
man on the moon-kid cudi.
not a fan of rap but this is my favorite album ever
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man on the moon-kid cudi.
not a fan of rap but this is my favorite album ever

This, and Pink Floyd- The Wall, Nas- Illmatic, Nirvana- In Utero,
#18
The album of David Coverdale and Jimmy Page, I thinks it's Coverdale/Page I really don´t know the name, but damn that's a very good album, and the one of Richie Sambora "Undiscovered Soul" boths are from the 90's, I would LOVE to had born in the 50's to enjoy all that good music, I mean in this times you can found great music but it would be cool to have lived in those times, but I will try to enjoy the music we have today, someone never knows if the music would be worse :/
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MGMT - Oracular Spectatular


good call

im gonna recommend "wolf parade - at mount zoomer" for something different, start with the song fine young cannibals and see what you think
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#24
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Every teenage rock/metal elitist should listen to St. Anger to realize that Metallica isn't perfect.


I would have thought that listening to pretty much anything by metallica would show that they're not perfect. For what its worth i found St Anger to be one of their more enjoyable albums

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#27
Bad Astronaut - Twelve Small Steps, One Giant Disappointment


Probably the most underappreciated band ever.
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#29
(What's the Story) Morning Glory - Oasis
OR
Hurricane #1 - Hurricane #1


There are many more, but these work.
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#31
Sonic Youth- Daydream Nation

Ranaldo, Moore, and Gordon are geniuses. Kudos to the My Bloody Valentine album too.
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#32


godly album is godly

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My Bloody Valentine - Loveless

lol, i'm using this album to burn in my new headphones.
#33
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Animal Collective's "Fall Be Kind" EP.

Shit changed my life. Except seriously, it did.

EDIT:
And this, even though I like Congratulations more.

I think they're about even, but Oracular wins because it was first. If I had heard both at the same time, I probably would have went with Congratulations, but Oracular came first and just opened my mind before Congratulations could.
#34
Aerial Boundaries by Michael Hedges. It completely changed my perception of what the acoustic guitar was capable of.
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#35
The Wall, The Division Bell, ...And Justice for All, Planet Gemini - Space Metal (Self dubbed)
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#36
Songs for the Deaf by Queens of the Stone Age and Master of Puppets by MetallicA.
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#37
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The Wall, The Division Bell, ...And Justice for All, Planet Gemini - Space Metal (Self dubbed)

+100.
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#38
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My Bloody Valentine - Loveless

This too.
So come on in
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take off your skin
and dance around in your bones

#40
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Sonic Youth- Daydream Nation

Ranaldo, Moore, and Gordon are geniuses.

What about Shelley? Those drumstick clicks in "Teenage Riot" are my favorite part of the whole album.