#2
Anything by steely dan, they are just engineered to perfection.
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I'd have to pick hiphop albums, probably. Timbaland's 'shock value' has amazing production, snoop dogg's R&G, kanye west's newest album, and most stuff by 50 cent.

Other bands I can think of with immaculate recording and production would be scar symmetry, protest the hero, and textures.
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Opeth - Ghost Reveries

Though it is arguably their most wanky offering, the production is top notch.
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I'd have to pick hiphop albums, probably. Timbaland's 'shock value' has amazing production, snoop dogg's R&G, kanye west's newest album, and most stuff by 50 cent.

Other bands I can think of with immaculate recording and production would be scar symmetry, protest the hero, and textures.


k west, 50 cent, and scar symmetry. amazing production there. kanyes second album wasnt too bad productionwise either.

i think an ocean between us by as i lay dying has top notch production quality. but its kindof a turnoff because im used to that looser sound of the guitars. the guitars sound really tight in the new album.
#7
A7x - Waking the fallen is pretty good.

The self titled album, also by A7x is pretty well engineered
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#8
Not A Pretty Girl - Ani DiFranco

You can hear her gasp with exhaustion after pouring every ounce of herself into that album.

The first time I heard it I wondered if she even survived, like it was released posthumously or something. Playing that hard, that passionately would kill an ordinary mortal.
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nick drake- five leaves left
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#11
some of queens albums like A Night at the Opera
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i have to say, i really love the production values on afi's sing the sorrow, it just seems like everything 'pops' at the right time, yet the mix is still very deep for only 4 or 5 tonal instruments (vocals, bass 1-3guitars). or most any les paul and mary ford
#14
Definitely the Opeth - Still Life remastered version in 5.1

Amazing.
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Number of the Beast. I can't help but get the feeling that I'm actually at a Maiden concert when listening to any of those songs. To me, that's something special.
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A7x - Waking the fallen is pretty good.

The self titled album, also by A7x is pretty well engineered


The bass does sound terrible on that album though.
As with all A7x, maybe that's just their style
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The bass does sound terrible on that album though.
As with all A7x, maybe that's just their style


Yeah, the bass can't really be heard properly :////
Oh welll, the rest is dang tasty.
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#19
Dark side of the moon?

I'd say the wall too but some of the production is a bit "80's" for me.
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Dark side of the moon?

I'd say the wall too but some of the production is a bit "80's" for me.


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#22
The first Boston album. It's pretty amazing. Tom Scholz was a MIT grad that did something in engineering and man was he good at it
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