what are some albums that just flow together for you guys? I mean where every song just seems to go right into the next, and you can't skip any songs because it will just mess it all up?
Some of mine: Sum 41- All Killer No Filler, Children of Bodom- Hatebreeder, etc.
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most of the pink Floyd ones
especially dark side of the moon

Some of SOAD's stuff is like that.
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Tools Lateralus is good on the flow front.

Finelines by My Vitriol has amazing flow too. Mostly because of the short connecing pieces of music between many f the tracks.
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yeah coheed, also mars volta, if you can forgive all the extra noises, and pendulum as well, i often listen 2 them allt he way through
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what are some albums that just flow together for you guys? I mean where every song just seems to go right into the next, and you can't skip any songs because it will just mess it all up?
Some of mine: Sum 41- All Killer No Filler, Children of Bodom- Hatebreeder, etc.

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On topic: Dream Theater's Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence. Although I believe that's the idea
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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel

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Storm the Gates of Hell (by Demon Hunter) flows together mostly

Dark side of the Moon

and Physics of Fire (the ending tracks)
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The Shape of Punk to Come by Refused, definitly! Listening to it in one go is always an amazing experience.

+1 for Dark side of the moon and lots of Tool albums.

I'm afraid to say it, but Hybrid Theory by Linkin Park should be in this list. I used to love this album and all the songs seemed to flow together into big one. I never liked their other stuff though.

Another great one is Songs For The Deaf by Queens of the Stone Age. It's like one big radio-broadcast, for realz.

You Come Before You by Poison the Well, Origin of Symmetry by Muse and the last Blink 182 album all have pretty smooth transitions too.
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Mars Volta albums
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Porcupine Tree
Plans - Death Cab For Cutie
pink floyd's "The Wall" is my favorite. I think that albums that "flow" as one peice are called albums with a theme. There's also another word for it, but I can't remember right now. Try looking up music in 1960 on wikipedia
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