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...to anyone what would it be and why? Any album you think more people should listen to.

I'm thinking albums that people probably haven't heard. Im looking for some new ideas so that's why I ask.

edit: for the sake of being nice, if you post an album post it as: album - artist
The empyrean - John frusciante

the essential - krzyyztof penderecki
Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
blue album - weezer
sgt peppers lonely hearts club band - guns n roses
led zeppelin - zozo
Mezzanine - Massive Attack
loveless - my bloody valentine
colours - between the buried and me...because its amazing
nevermind - nirvana
the doors - the doors
10,000 days - tool
american recordings - johnny cash
lulu - lou reed and james hetfield
elegant gypsy - al di meola
wavering radiant - !sis
Alopecia - Why?
B.R.M.C. - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
O.C.M.S. - Old crow medicine show
Gypsy Punks Underdog World Strike - Gogol Bordello
By the Throat - Eyedea & Abilities
Epicon - Globus
the queen is dead - the smiths
Recontres - Miriodor
Don't Call Us We Call You - Guru Guru
la bamba - mongo santamaria
movimiento polular - Grupo Fantasma
blues for the red sun - kyuss
kissing and dancing - madeline
let it be - the replacements
screamadelica - primal scream
the boy with the arab strap - belle & sebastian
Sunny Day Real Estate - Sunny Day Real Estate +1
Nebraska - bruce springsteen
expanding anyway - morning teleportation
shit - shit
rhythm chord and melody - the reign of kindo
animals as leaders
somery - descendents
we only sing of blood or love or say goodnight to the world - dax riggs
boys and girls in america - hold steady
tim - the replacements
Person Pitch - Panda Bear
marquee moon - television
SOUNDTRACK - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Hemispheres - Rush
crimson ii - edge of sanity
Kezia - protest the hero
this is it - the strokes
doppelganger - the fall of troy
crack the sky - mastodon
you dick - wisthekiller
Worse Than Alone - The Number 12 Looks Like You
all of chopin's music - Xiaoxi (was actually looking for some Bach, if you didnt mind suggesting a few pieces, i just learned his praelundium no 1. the C, C7, Fmaj7, F#dim13, Fm6#11((i could be wrong)) G7 C chord progression was mind blowing)

I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child - Manchester Orchestra (mstlstn2b4die)
tribal dance - frankie bones
spitfire - porter robinson
torches - foster the people
alive - daft punk
maybe appetite for destruction - guns n roses
maybe unplugged - nirvana ...its gonna be ok bro
When the Stage Lights Go Dim - Micah Schnabel
Brother, Sister - mewithoutYou
for your entertainment - adam lambert
Brain cycles - Radio Moscow
songs about ****ing - big black
Kid A - Radiohead
blood mountain - mastodon
Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age
Imaginaerum - Nightwish
sung the sorrow - afi
grace - jeff buckly
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West
Blonde On Blonde - Bob Dylan
Agalloch - Ashes Against The Grain
Suffocation - Peirced
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Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny, because it is true.
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Last edited by darkstar2466 at Nov 29, 2011,
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Led Zeppelin IV.

nuff said.

*EDIT: lacking that, Sergeant Pepper's cuz that's probably tied with Zeppelin IV on the awesomeness scale.
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Nirvana - Nevermind.....
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#12
Tool - 10,000 Days



All the way through, that record is an amazing experience.
Last edited by Andrew C. S. at Nov 29, 2011,
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Yeeeee you guys are awesome. Sgt peppers, zeppelin, loveless, nevermind, colours. All good stuff but im talking about albums the average musician hasn't heard before, probably. Loveless is a good example. Colours too. But everyone's heard sgtpeppers and zeppelin 4. Il definitely check out that dude the ogonia said.

Edit: ^ what record might that be?
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Quote by jrcsgtpeppers
Yeeeee you guys are awesome. Sgt peppers, zeppelin, loveless, nevermind, colours. All good stuff but im talking about albums the average musician hasn't heard before, probably. Loveless is a good example. Colours too. But everyone's heard sgtpeppers and zeppelin 4. Il definitely check out that dude the ogonia said.


Ohhhh that's what you meant. K here ya go



This too...

Last edited by Andrew C. S. at Nov 29, 2011,
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Quote by jrcsgtpeppers
Yeeeee you guys are awesome. Sgt peppers, zeppelin, loveless, nevermind, colours. All good stuff but im talking about albums the average musician hasn't heard before, probably. Loveless is a good example. Colours too. But everyone's heard sgtpeppers and zeppelin 4. Il definitely check out that dude the ogonia said.

Hmm, okay.

I'll go with Why? - Alopecia. It's an interesting take on indie rock and hip hop, and it's very good. I've been mad into it as of late.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Czl5nlcLpE

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EDIT: Also this



Eyedea & Abilities - By the Throat
Last edited by SkepsisMetal at Nov 29, 2011,
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dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


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This is Miriodor. Their records sound like a collaboration between Tom Waits, King Crimson, Frank Zappa, and occasionally electronic music.


This is Don't Call Us We Call You by Guru Guru. They do whatever the hell they want on their records. So you'll have one song that starts off with ambient guitar playing and then leads into Indian chanting, followed by an awesome jam. On another song they'll throw tablas in over gypsy guitar playing and banjos.



And this is my favorite record at the moment. Mongo was one of the percussionists for the Fania All-Stars and his work is amazing.



And this is a salsa band from El Paso who do more modern styles. They're basically an awesome mixture of hard salsa and rock music. They're amazing and a must for anyone who wants an intro to salsa. I found it in a Deals for a dollar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGdqWw1w3yg
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If you like this album it will open up a world of music to you

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I'll get bored of recommending these eventually, but...











Bit of everything there. Thank me later TS.
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I guess i'd go with a recent favorite of mine


A better title for this thread would be "How hipster are you?"


Haha spot on, that's kinda how I feel right now.
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Weezer's Blue Album. Dat shit is awesome.


Pinkerton is better, but yeah the Blue Album is good.

OT: Eh




EDIT:
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I'll get bored of recommending these eventually, but...




Bit of everything there. Thank me later TS.


This too.
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Last edited by Saint78 at Nov 29, 2011,
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"Record company man, I won't be coming to dinner."

Worth quoting for that line alone.
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I always liked this one better,



/unpopular opinion


I actually agree with you, they're both great albums though.
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#37
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly soundtrack
- that soundtrack is as epic as the movie.
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I actually agree with you, they're both great albums though.

I love the Replacements. If you dig The 'Mats, you just might dig the other album I posted. They're kind of remotely similar... Kind of. Both from Minnesota though, so you know it's good
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