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And wanna' know if ya'll to help me out with any good albums to start with. Which album in his career , really defined his chaotic, technical sound?
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I can tell you I personally love the Road Games album, but I don't know which of his albums could be the most important one.
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IOU, Road Games and Metal Fatigue.
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Quote by zwart_gitaar
And wanna' know if ya'll to help me out with any good albums to start with. Which album in his career , really defined his chaotic, technical sound?


If you're looking for some of his real "out there" stuff I would recommend Wardenclyffe Tower or Sand.

I.O.U, Road Games and Metal Fatigue are some of his more "conventional" jazz fusion albums.

I would also highly recommend his side project Bill Bruford, and his earlier works with The Soft Machine, Gong and Tony Williams' Lifetime.