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    Top 5 albums you have ever heard.

    I did top albums by decade, but i want a more narrow choice with a broader spectrum too see what people would rule out.

    1. One in a Million - Aaliyah R&B/Neo-Soul Mix One in a million1.jpeg 1997
    2. True Ep - Solange Knowles Neo-Soul/Indie Pop True ep album cover.png 2013
    3. Art Official Age - Prince Funk/Indie/Soul Art Official Age.jpeg 2014
    4. Aquemini - OutKast Hip-Hop/Gangster Rap Outkast Aquemini.jpeg 1997
    5. Hardcore - Lil Kim Hip-Hop Hardcore album cover.jpg 1997

    Honorable Mentions:
    Velvet Rope - Janet Jackson Pop/R&B/Funk
    Judas Priest - Stained Class Metal
    Danzig - Danzig Doom Metal
    Black Sabbath - Paranoid Doom Metal
    Michael Jackson - Thriller Pop/R*B
    K. Michelle - Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? R&B/Indie
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    My taste tends to evolve and change, my these are pretty consistent favorites:

    David Bowie - Low

    Joy Division - Closer

    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Kaleidoscope

    The xx - xx

    The Replacements - Let It Be
    Last edited by BlackFandango; 07-08-2015 at 09:28 AM.

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    I am a fan of the first three

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    I never really listened to albums. My family kept us sheltered from pop culture until I hit high school. And by then, Napster/Kazaa was out so I just downloaded instead.

    Albums which I loved in their "almost" entirety include (I cheated and put 6):

    Nevermind - Nirvana


    Faith - Faith Hill


    The Resistance - Muse


    Billy Talent 2 - Billy Talent


    The Eminem Show - Eminem


    American Idiot - Green Day
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    Damn. I love your taste in music though. I was never really sheltered. My parents basically set me loose on the internet by 5 or 6 and I just discovered whatever from there. Made me a very desensitized and stoic child.

    With albums I got a bad habit of never liking the full album, so I usually end up cutting songs I thought shouldn't have made the cut and thus, creating my dream album. I do a lot of judging not only on quality, but the quantity of songs that get to stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Prince View Post
    Damn. I love your taste in music though. I was never really sheltered. My parents basically set me loose on the internet by 5 or 6 and I just discovered whatever from there. Made me a very desensitized and stoic child.

    With albums I got a bad habit of never liking the full album, so I usually end up cutting songs I thought shouldn't have made the cut and thus, creating my dream album. I do a lot of judging not only on quality, but the quantity of songs that get to stay.
    Yes, I wouldn't say any of my top 6 choices were "perfect". I don't think, for me, a perfect album exists (unless I burn it myself LOL).
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    1. Pink Floyd - The Wall

    2. Bad Religion - Dissent of Man

    3. Tears for Fears - Songs from the Big Chair

    4. Radiohead - OK Computer

    5. Nirvana - Nevermind


    Or something like that.
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    Here's the 5 I listen to the most:

    American Idiot - Green Day

    In Step - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

    Come Away With Me - Norah Jones

    Nirvana - Nevermind

    Late for the Sky - Jackson Browne

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    Nick Drake - Pink Moon
    Van Morrison - Moondance - Astral Weeks tie
    Talk Talk - Laughing Stock
    Arcade Fire - Funeral
    Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea

    Honorable Mentions:
    The Mountain Goats - The Sunset Tree
    Sigur Rós - ()
    The Weakerthans - Reconstruction Site
    Adam Haworth Stephens - We Live on Cliffs
    The National - Boxer
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    This was so very hard. It hurts. I wish this was by decade.

    1. PJ Harvey ~ Is This Desire?
    2. Tom Waits ~ Rain Dogs
    3. Fiona Apple ~ The Idler Wheel...
    4. Grails ~ Deep Politics
    5. Buried Inside ~ Chronoclast


    Some HMs:

    Godspeed You! Black Emperor ~ F#A# Infinity
    Chelsea Wolfe ~ Pain is Beauty
    David Bowie ~ Low
    Robyn ~ Body Talk
    The Smiths ~ The Queen Is Dead
    New Order ~ Power, Corruption & Lies
    Lauryn Hill ~ The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
    Tori Amos ~ Little Earthquakes
    Patti Smith ~ Horses
    Joanna Newsom ~ Ys
    Portishead ~ Third
    Emilie Autumn ~ Enchanted
    Baroness ~ Red Album
    My Bloody Valentine ~ Loveless
    Isis ~ Panopticon

    I'm sure I've forgotten a lot.

    Note: I kept it to one album per artist


     
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