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Hello
I would like you to ask for help in creating lists of albums which are essential for a particular genre.
Fusion,jazz(cool,bop and other subgenres),country,flamenco etc it is not necessarily 50 for one genre,just 10 will be enought

What is your recommendations?
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What is your recommendations?

Listen to metal
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I mean, I haven't listened to it, but I bet it's the best.
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#6
I'm interested in the 50 essential crabcore albums
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idk if there are even fifty sadcore albums out there.
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just 10 will be enough


10 essential "rock" albums AKA "pink floyd : the only band you need to listen to, period"

pink floyd - the division bell
pink floyd - dark side of the moon
pink floyd - the wall
pink floyd - animals
pink floyd - wish you were here
pink floyd - atom heart mother
pink floyd - ummagumma
pink floyd - the piper at the gates of dawn
pink floyd - obscured by clouds
pink floyd - a saucerful of secrets
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^ I've just realised if you say Simple Plan's 2011 effort "Get Your Heart On!" really fast in a Southern American accent, it sounds gross. . .like sexual gross!

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Hello.
I'm looking for professional bongo-ists and triangle-ists to make a Progressive Technical Brutal Death Metal band
(will be called AxOxJxLxAxIxVxXxUxWxZxQxUxRxWxGxJxSxAxLxKxMxNxHxUxGxAxAxWxVxCxBxZxVx)
(Don't even ask what it means)


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10 essential "rock" albums AKA "pink floyd : the only band you need to listen to, period"

pink floyd - the division bell
pink floyd - dark side of the moon
pink floyd - the wall
pink floyd - animals
pink floyd - wish you were here
pink floyd - atom heart mother
pink floyd - ummagumma
pink floyd - the piper at the gates of dawn
pink floyd - obscured by clouds
pink floyd - a saucerful of secrets

Zeppelin>Floyd
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Zeppelin>Floyd

That list is a total joke post btw.
But Pink Floyd was more psychedelic and innovative, so not really comparable.
Led Zeppelin is the OG band that other bands and artists tried to imitate in that period, so I agree to an extent.
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There shall be a stop to this madness. The battle is not over. My tasty licks aren't going anywhere.

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^ I've just realised if you say Simple Plan's 2011 effort "Get Your Heart On!" really fast in a Southern American accent, it sounds gross. . .like sexual gross!

Quote by Necroheadbanger
Hello.
I'm looking for professional bongo-ists and triangle-ists to make a Progressive Technical Brutal Death Metal band
(will be called AxOxJxLxAxIxVxXxUxWxZxQxUxRxWxGxJxSxAxLxKxMxNxHxUxGxAxAxWxVxCxBxZxVx)
(Don't even ask what it means)


https://soundcloud.com/95dank



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k.lainad

Yaaay Zeppelin rules <3

Ten essential blues rock albums i.e Led Zeppelin the only band you need to listen to

1. Led Zeppelin
2. Led Zeppelin II
3. Led Zeppelin III
4. Untitled aka Led Zeppelin IV
5. Houses of the Holy
6. Physical Graffiti
7. Presence
8. In Through the Out Door
9. Coda
10. ... uh... guys just gimme a second here... How the West Was Won because we're counting live albums and it's the greatest ever, right? Only studio albums? Okay just let me... *curls into fetal position and sobs quietly*
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Ziggy's OFFICIAL Top 10 Stoner Rock/Metal Albums

1. Sleep - Dopesmoker
2. Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age
3. Kyuss - Welcome to Sky Valley
4. Truckfighters - Gravity X
5. The Sword - Age of Winters
6. Sleep - Holy Mountain
7. Boris - Heavy Rocks (2002)
8. Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
9. Torche - Harmonicraft
10. Om - Pilgrimage
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Quote by opiekundps2015
Hello
I would like you to ask for help in creating lists of albums which are essential for a particular genre.
Fusion,jazz(cool,bop and other subgenres),country,flamenco etc it is not necessarily 50 for one genre,just 10 will be enought

What is your recommendations?


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BANJOCAL's REALLY OLD DRONE ROCK/METAL SHIT

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#17
m8 you only have like three earth albums there
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#19
My top ten albums to listen to after taking LSD

1. Pink Floyd - Animals
2. Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same (Can be kind of intense, may want to put on some Cat Steven or Jim Croce afterwards to relax a bit)
3. T. Rex - Electric Warrior
4. Black Sabbath - Any of their first 3 albums
5. The Beatles - White Album
6. King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King
7. Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
8. Rainbow - Rainbow Rising
9. Rush - 2112
10. The Doors - First album, then grab Riders On The Storm from L.A. Woman. Or find a "Greatest Hits" album.
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Ziggy's OFFICIAL Top 10 Stoner Rock/Metal Albums

1. Sleep - Dopesmoker
2. Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age
3. Kyuss - Welcome to Sky Valley
4. Truckfighters - Gravity X
5. The Sword - Age of Winters
6. Sleep - Holy Mountain
7. Boris - Heavy Rocks (2002)
8. Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
9. Torche - Harmonicraft
10. Om - Pilgrimage


pretty weak list to be honest

i'll say 2/10... or should I say 4/20 lol
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BANJOCAL's REALLY OLD DRONE ROCK/METAL SHIT



this is better tho
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Quote by theogonia777
pretty weak list to be honest

i'll say 2/10... or should I say 4/20 lol


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#23
I would love to see these albums included in an essential albums list:

Szobel by Hermann Szobel
Super cool jazz fusion. Think weather report frank zappa mahavishnu orchestra combined.

Colors by BTBAM
I don't care for most guitar driven metal bands but this is cool. Blake is a great drummer.

AAL by AAL
Stuff like the price of everything and the value of nothing are great compositions that groove.

A Love Supreme by John Coltrane
Catchy melodies and killer solos. Great work by all musicians on the record.

Elektric Band by Chick Corea
Another good jazz fusion record.

Time Out by Dave Brubeck
All of the songs are cool.

Moscow by Impact Fuze
There's just this one. Probably the best drummer of all time, a very good bassist and guitarist. Another good jazz fusion record.

Chopin's etude opus 10. There's only 12 tracks but they're all great. He must have really liked franz liszt they probably got baked and jammed all day and this is what happened.

Deltron 3030
This album is legit. I don't listen to much music with rapped lyrics, but del not only sounds like a cartoon character, he rhymes really well, and it's interesting and the Automator makes cool beats.

Alice in Wonderland original soundtrack
It's perfect. I could listen to this album all day and I do sometimes at work. The way it starts is cool, those chords and the melody. All the sounds are very colorful. It doesn't even need the visual part, but that is cool too.
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I would love to see these albums included in an essential albums list:.


The Top 50 Albums for Peppers to Describe in a Way that Makes him Sound Out of his Mind
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Quote by CodeMonk
My top ten albums to listen to after taking LSD

1. Pink Floyd - Animals
2. Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same (Can be kind of intense, may want to put on some Cat Steven or Jim Croce afterwards to relax a bit)
3. T. Rex - Electric Warrior
4. Black Sabbath - Any of their first 3 albums
5. The Beatles - White Album
6. King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King
7. Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
8. Rainbow - Rainbow Rising
9. Rush - 2112
10. The Doors - First album, then grab Riders On The Storm from L.A. Woman. Or find a "Greatest Hits" album.


Toss the Halo 2 OST on this
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Hm...for quite some time I listen to following albums

Art Spike' Schloemer - Transfusion - 2011
Brett Garsed - Uncle Moe's Space Ranch - 2001
CAB - Cab - 2000
Neural Code - Neural Code (2009)

Panzerballet - Starke Stucke - 2008
Panzerballet - Tank Goodness - 2012
TRI - Offensive 2009
Return To Forever - Romantic Warrior

FRAGILE - 5 - 2000
Lee Press On And The Nails - Swing Is Dead - 1999
Bunny Brunel's - L.A.Zoo Revisited
Brett Garsed - Dark Matter (2011)

Fourplay - Energy (2008)
Immolation - Atonement (2017)
Motoi Sakuraba - Passage
Christian McBride Trio - Live at the Village Vanguard (2015)

OTTOTTRIO - Super Guitar Session Hot & Red Live (1988)
Nguyên Lê & Ngo Hong Quang - Hà Noi Duo (2017)
The Kilaueas - Wiki Waki Woooo (2014)
Tony MacAlpine - Maximum Security 1987

Gan Ya Dan - Western Flower (2004)
bird - MINDTRAVEL
Bill Bruford - Feels Good To Me (1977)
Dixie Giants - Dressed & Ready To Go (2017)

Spyro Gyra - Road Scholars (1998)
Trioscapes - Separate Realities 2012
Goatblood - Adoration of Blasphemy and War (2015)
Le Grand Guignol - 2007 - The Great Maddening
Nocturnal Amentia - Necromentia

Derek Sherinian,Planet X,The Ventures ,Debashish Bhattacharya
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Quote by Banjocal
BANJOCAL's REALLY OLD DRONE ROCK/METAL SHIT

this is great, thank you

have you heard of Moss, they had an album called Temple of the Blind Drugged or something, probably up your street
#29
Chthonic Rites is on that chart dude
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#30
ah didn't spot, nice one

been a while since I really listened to that sort of thing much but gonna go through the ones I don't know on that chart
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Top 10 MALLCORE emo albums:

1. Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge - My Chemical Romance
2. Your Favorite Weapon - Brand New
3. From Under The Cork Tree - Fall Out Boy
4. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out - Panic! At The Disco
5. Tell All Your Friends - Taking Back Sunday
6. Dying Is Your Latest Fashion - Escape The Fate
7. The Black Parade - My Chemical Romance
8. Deja Entendu - Brand New
9. Sing The Sorrow - AFI
10. Riot - Paramore

longing rusted furnace daybreak seventeen benign nine homecoming one freight car
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opiekundps2015
CAB 1 ftw. You're the first person I've seen on the internet mention CAB besides me. Right on. Jazz Kamikazi is pretty sweet too, but I only own their first album so I can't speak for the others in terms of top 50 essentials list.

theogonia777
I'm glad you're enjoying life. I am, I make $15 an hour now and get to listen to music all day. I couldn't me more excited.
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jrcsgtpeppers

You do know that you can't unemployment forever, right?
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
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https://soundcloud.com/jessecarpenter0/panda-express

You hear these taps? I tap my guitar better than you've ever been tapped your whole life. You wouldn't be so miserable if anyone fingered you just as fast. All of you on this website are miserable little fucks that spend more effort talking shit than you do practicing your ULTIMATE GUITAR chops.
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https://soundcloud.com/jessecarpenter0/panda-express

You hear these taps? I tap my guitar better than you've ever been tapped your whole life. You wouldn't be so miserable if anyone fingered you just as fast. All of you on this website are miserable little fucks that spend more effort talking shit than you do practicing your ULTIMATE GUITAR chops.

lol
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