#1
what are some albums where pretty much ALL the songs are completely different from the others?

some of my favs:

the beatles-the white album
tom waits- rain dogs
the clash- london calling
pink floyd- dark side of the moon
jimi hendrix- electric ladyland

what are others?
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#2
Slayer - Reign in....****, lemme try again
Cannibal Corpse - The Bleed-....I can do this watch
Bad Religion - New maps of...
Airbourne - Runnin...
#4
How is Dark Side a kaleidoscope? It's like one huge track. The only track kinda out of place in Money.
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How is Dark Side a kaleidoscope? It's like one huge track. The only track kinda out of place in Money.


This.

I'd say that Meddle would be closer to being a "kaleidoscope" album.
#6
Any Flight of the Conchords album :]
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Inbred Mountain, by Buckethead.
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This.

I'd say that Meddle would be closer to being a "kaleidoscope" album.

Out of any Floyd album, yeah. They're generally very good with maintaining flow though. Each album is its own story.
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Out of any Floyd album, yeah. They're generally very good with maintaining flow though. Each album is its own story.


i prefer albums with themes far more than these so called "kaleidescope" records. cd's like the fragile, kid a, almost any tool album, appeal to me much more, because of the storytelling aspect, and their ability to control your mood etc by making the cd an experience rather than just a bunch of songs you could release separate of each other and have the same effect.
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i prefer albums with themes far more than these so called "kaleidescope" records. cd's like the fragile, kid a, almost any tool album, appeal to me much more, because of the storytelling aspect, and their ability to control your mood etc by making the cd an experience rather than just a bunch of songs you could release separate of each other and have the same effect.

Same. I like the holistic sense of it.
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i prefer albums with themes far more than these so called "kaleidescope" records. cd's like the fragile, kid a, almost any tool album, appeal to me much more, because of the storytelling aspect, and their ability to control your mood etc by making the cd an experience rather than just a bunch of songs you could release separate of each other and have the same effect.


I'm with you on this one.

Not that I don't appreciate a good 'scattered' album once in a while.