r/AskReddit 3d ago

What is an album where EVERY song is good?

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u/Electricpants 3d ago

This thread should change it's title to: "tell me your age with music albums"

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u/ilikevenndiagrams 3d ago

“what’s an album you like”

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u/MeffodMan 3d ago

“What’s a really famous album from a really famous band?”

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u/N454545 3d ago edited 3d ago

I started listening to music two or three years ago because I was raised homeschooled, super-religious, and sheltered. I never really listened to anything besides whatever christian music was on the radio.

I know almost nobody anyone is talking about here. I mostly listen to what ever is recommended to me by Spotify and that tends to be really recent stuff.

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u/nnavotineb 3d ago

My mom was similar in the music department. She wanted me to only listen to Christian music... So out of spite I started finding Christian metal bands and showing her the lyrics if she questioned. I still feel lost when it comes to music.

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u/NotJustFox 3d ago

David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

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u/Nickpimpslap 3d ago

The majority of Bowie's albums could be listed here. Let's Dance is another that has banger after banger.

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u/ILEK4L 3d ago

Madvillainy

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u/Newbguy 3d ago

I can't be alone when I say that I prefer mmmm food. The cartoonish demeanor just fucking does it for me.

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u/MFDoomisdope 3d ago

The beats on that were absolutely fucking ridiculous. One Beer? Insane instrumental. Kon Queso? INSANE.

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u/Silvicusrex 3d ago

Mezzanine - massive attack

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u/OnionMiasma 3d ago

I can't believe this is as old as it is. It still sounds super fresh.

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u/theomniexperience 3d ago

They were ahead of the time. I remember hearing it when it came out. I couldn't believe it.

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u/Tribe303 3d ago

Violator by Depeche Mode

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u/noswag101 3d ago

Portishead - Dummy.....an album and group well before its time

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u/OkraEnvironmental481 3d ago

“Nobody loves me, it’s true…”

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u/The_Sceptic_Lemur 3d ago

I still very much like The Strokes - Is this it. Short and sweet.

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u/perpetualWSOL 3d ago

This album and room on fire are front to back fire

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u/jvanahill 3d ago

I'm thinking The New Abnormal qualifies as well.

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u/0neSaltyB0i 3d ago

Absolute banger of an album. I binge listened to it so much over lockdown

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u/girlsparked 3d ago

room on fire too!

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u/Sraf108 3d ago

The Postal Service - Give Up

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u/Keksis_theBetrayed 3d ago

In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

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u/kskuzmich 3d ago

definitely, second stage was like that too

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u/theintention 3d ago

Fuck yeah, I’m here for this one. Their first 3 albums are truly something else.

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u/Jeeology 3d ago

OOOOOOOH

OOOOOOOH

OOOOOOOH

OOOOOOOH

MAN YOUR OWN JACKHAMMERS

MAN YOUR, BATTLE STATIOns

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u/zzilla1800 3d ago

Hearing it live. Every single person puts their hands up and says this line. And its AMAZING. Not a single person there doesnt know this line

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u/captain_intenso 3d ago

But you, you know, you were my favorite

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u/edhands 3d ago

Songs from the Big Chair by Tears for Fears

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u/95lbMoleOnHerAss 3d ago

Channel orange

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u/co_row 3d ago edited 3d ago

Frank came straight to my mind when I saw this thread, so glad I didn’t have to scroll THAT far! Pilot Jones is my anytime anthem…about to jump in the car and I’m going to put that on right away! “But if I got a condo on a cloud, then I guess you can stay at my place…” Also, there used to be this young guy at the Palm Springs street festival every Thursday who would sing acoustic music…I would always ask him to sing Thinkin Bout You and then almost instantly melt into oblivion. This was 2012-2014ish, if anyone knows what he’s doing now I’d love to know! Whew…I’m worked up again, it’s jam time!

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u/HisTopHat 3d ago

Christopher Larkin - Hollow Knight

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u/Flygon3301 3d ago

Didn't expect any game soundtracks here but if any game deserves it, it's Hollow Knight.

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u/dangnabbitdamnit 3d ago

Discovery by Daft Punk

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u/Vulture12 3d ago

Also Alive 2007

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u/Brangur 3d ago

This, the only live album I've ever liked and it slaps the whole way through

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u/Sacredauto 3d ago

That album stayed in my CD player for MONTHS I still listen to it a few times a year

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u/Pokermuffin 3d ago

Watch Interstella 5555 for the whole audiovisual experience.

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u/saltwaterlullaby 3d ago

No joke- the Tarzan soundtrack. What Phil Collins did with that music elevated the movie to a whole new level and every single song on that album hits the mark.

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u/CMontgomeryBlerns 3d ago

The “trashing the camp” song (I’m not sure if that’s the actual title) is one of my favorite pump-up songs. I unironically listen to that song on a regular basis.

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u/holls_99 3d ago

Trashing the camp is one of my favorites. Actually did a tap dance to it a few years back.

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u/Str0ngStyle 3d ago

Phil Collins did NOT have to go that hard on the Tarzan soundtrack.

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u/saltwaterlullaby 3d ago

But he did it anyway and for that we are GRATEFUL

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u/ZombieCheGuevara 3d ago

Yes we are! Also, did you know "Trashin' the Camp" is actually about watching a guy drowning?

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u/EFiasco 3d ago

Son of a Man & You’ll be in my heart >>>>>>>

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u/OrangeTree81 3d ago

My math teacher in middle school played the soundtrack while we were doing worksheets. The most popular boy in the class started crying during Two Worlds One Family because it got to the part where the baby gorilla died.

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u/johntwoods 3d ago

Smashing Pumpkins - 'Siamese Dream'

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u/AugieFash 3d ago

I don’t think any band in history makes me feel things quite like Smashing Pumpkins does.

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u/Elcamina 3d ago

I was 14 when Siamese Dream came out, it was such a great album and always makes me feel nostalgic.

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u/Righteousmilk 3d ago

This should be higher up. When people know the story of how this album got produced, from dragging Jimmy Chamberlain in, fucked out his skull to lay down some of the greatest drum tracks ever known to Billy Corgan tracking the guitars like a million times or whatever it is. It is a truly incredible album. I can never pick a favourite tune. Mayonnaise?! Hummer!?! Geek USA?!??!?!! I remember listening to Cherub Rock when I was like ten, my older bro bought the album and it just blew my mind and started my love for the Pumpkins. IMO One of, if not the best album to come out of the 90’s they went in there, laid it the fuck down. Corgan fucked with it and it’s perfect. No bad track. No bad melody, no bad solo. FUCK I looove Siamese Dream.

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u/SaltineFiend 3d ago

Disarm changed me

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u/Revolutionary-Date11 3d ago

Pretty hate machine-NIN

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u/mjmcm1 3d ago

Such a great album.

I saw NIN in Idaho this one time around when Year Zero came out, and Trent told the crowd early on that half the crew got stranded in a snow storm on the way to Idaho from Oregon and that there would be no light and laser show that night... to make up for it they ended up playing a modified set list.

They up playing mostly old songs from pretty hate machine and downward spiral, it was an awesome experience.

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u/anonymoususer98545 3d ago

Absofuckinglutely! i found this on tape at a flea market as a teenager. i grew up in a crazy, ultra conservative and religious house so this was total contraband. i had no idea what they, or it, sounded like but i knew all the "edgey" kids at school wore their shirts and listened to them. And i so badly wanted to be anything other than the weird (mostly) christian music only person i'd been for so long (not by choice).

i popped it in the tape deck when no one was home and it was, no joke or even exaggeration, Earth shattering! i may not have the same level of love for every NIN album that comes out (although there are so many genuinely great ones) but Pretty Hate Machine will always be a "listen all the way through" one for me.

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u/evetrapeze 3d ago edited 3d ago

Graceland -paul Simon

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u/Tack-One 3d ago

This was one of two cassettes my parents had in our family minivan the entire time i lived with them. Every road trip of my life, and there were many, was to this album. Now its so meaningful to me. Great album.

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u/pbjpriceless 3d ago edited 3d ago

Me too! Similar story. I know every word and it reminds me more than anything else of my childhood.

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u/Last-Donut 3d ago

Mars Volta - Deloused in the Comatorium

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u/philosophunculistish 3d ago

It feels like blasphemy to skip anything on this album or to stop it before the end.

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u/KirbyloveRTJ 3d ago

Frances the Mute is so damn good, too

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u/feverishdodo 3d ago

I loved every song on Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morrisette

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u/Spinster_Tchotchkes 3d ago

Have you seen the one where she sings with her daughter during the pandemic? It’s dope.

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u/mo__nuggz 3d ago

My high school soundtrack!

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u/sentimentless 3d ago edited 3d ago

Radiohead - Kid A

Ms. Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Nas - Illmatic

Björk - Homogenic

King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King (some people don’t like Moonchild but I do)

AURORA - All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend

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u/Lizzyh113 3d ago

Scrolled too far for Miseducation!

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u/KidPowered17 3d ago

Way too far. I was going to comment that album, but I figured I’d see it much sooner than later

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u/LukeMayeshothand 3d ago

That King Crimson is a treasure.

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u/xReyjinx 3d ago

Queens of the Stone Age - Songs for the deaf.

Start to finish a joyride.

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u/ohbehave412 3d ago

I need a saga, what’s that saga? Songs for the deaf. You can’t even hear it!

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u/HRDSalami654 3d ago

Welcome to KLON Clone radio! LA's infinite repeat! We play the song that song that sound more like everyone else, than anyone else.

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u/tacoanonymous 3d ago

KRDL, the curdle. We spoil music for everyone.

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u/MrMaunvn 3d ago

“Buenas tardes señores y señoritas Aqui esta el DJ Héctor Bonifacio Echeberría Cervantes de la Cruz Arroyo Rojas Esta es la radio que saco a toda estacion donde el rock vive y no muere Vamos a escuchar un par de temas de Queens Of The Stone Age Primero vamos a escuchar First It Giveth Que musica impresionante temible y verdaderamente Ahora van a ver a ver a ver a ver aqui va aqui va aqui va aqui va…”

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u/Highplowp 3d ago

How’s your drive time commute??

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u/eyeamjosh 3d ago

Hey alright it’s Kip Kasper!

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u/MyGodItsFullofStars 3d ago

Doo-too-CAH-too-doo-too-CAH-too -doo-too-CAH-too -doo-too-CAH-too

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u/Isaac_Clarke_Is_Dead 3d ago

Cannot count the number of times I've driven at night listening to this album start to finish. Absolute perfection

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u/Aphex117 3d ago

I did the drive from LA to Palm Springs listening to this. I'm pretty sure that's what it was meant for.

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u/MossCovered_Gradunza 3d ago

God I’m so happy to see this listed here. Back in 2002 they were playing a NYC radio holiday show called Clausefest, and teenage me downloaded the latest albums of every band playing the show. I wasn’t a huge fan of No One Knows on the radio at the time (I am now), but the album blew me away and my life hasn’t been the same since. QOTSA now tops my favorite band list.

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u/gumshoe_bubble 3d ago

This is one of those albums that if a song comes on randomly, I have to immediately listen to the whole thing.

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u/Slangdawg 3d ago

Wu Tang Clan - 36 Chambers

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u/Responsible-Chard515 3d ago

Also Gza - Liquid Swords. Whole album is fire

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u/YKTEO 3d ago

Shadowboxin' is one of those rare songs where every bar is fire

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u/fvecc 3d ago

"I slayed MCs back in the rec room era, my style broke mother-fuckin backs like Ken Patera."

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u/ciky21 3d ago

mobb deep - the infamous

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u/DepecheClashJen 3d ago

London Calling

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u/TheIconoclastic 3d ago

I love you Joe Strummer, wherever you are.

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u/benv 3d ago

Elevator, going up!

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u/InternetKidsAreMean 3d ago

Gorillaz - Demon Days

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u/DrRedditMemes 3d ago

I was just about to say this, every song is amazing,with November has Come, Feel Good Inc, and Evert Planet we reach is Dead being my favorites

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u/oxygenthievery 3d ago

El Mañana is always an absolute shout as well

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u/Someonediffernt 3d ago

Dooms verse on November has come is so good

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u/viktoriya_ 3d ago

i’ll be honest, i think gorillaz has some of the best discography, i never skip any song of theirs and ik everyone hates humanz but honestly it’s one of my favorite albums

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u/joelav 3d ago

Plastic Beach also

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u/MyDudeSR 3d ago

I feel like Plastic Beach doesn't get the recognition that it deserves. Demon Days is of course an amazing album, but I hold Plastic Beach as peak Gorillaz personally.

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u/jeppevinkel 3d ago

I’d go for Demon Days for the all songs being good requirement, but some of my favorite songs are on Plastic Beach. I absolutely love the feeling of Empire Ants

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u/dlxc123 3d ago edited 3d ago

Air - Moon Safari

Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill

Massive Attack - Mezzanine

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u/occidental_oriental 3d ago

Great list. I’d argue Paul’s Boutique over L2I, but b-boys are awesome across the board.

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u/paigescactus 3d ago

Air is that shit bro!

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u/sgt_chili_pepper 3d ago

Rubber Soul

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u/ThrewTheDoor 3d ago

This is the only Beatles album I feel this way about, though revolver comes close

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u/ShaneCoJ 3d ago

Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

Pixies - Doolittle

The Clash - London Calling

Wilco/Billy Bragg - Mermaid Avenue

Johnny Cash - American Recordings

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u/tisek 3d ago

Came here to say Pet sounds.

But this is one of those that you cannot shuffle EVER.

And I know every note of it. But I am not able to say how many titles there are nor how half of them are called.

A total masterpiece.

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u/mrs_dalloway 3d ago

Pet Sounds IS a crazy good album.

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u/soonerguy11 3d ago edited 3d ago

Johnny Cash - American Recordings

Ken Burn's Country Music touches on this album and the history behind it.

It is absurd how ahead of its time this record was, especially considering it was released in the middle of Country Music at its most glamorous. At the time the genre was all about massive production value and was by far the biggest genre in music by a mile. Then Cash (who was at the lowest in his career playing half full rooms in Branson) teamed up with Rubin and they release something so pure and against the grain. It truly is a perfect album.

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u/ushouldcmoiinacrown 3d ago

Disintegration - The Cure

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u/OwningMOS 3d ago

South Park confirms your choice when Kyle tells Robert Smith, " Disintegration is the best album ever!"

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u/ushouldcmoiinacrown 3d ago

I'd roshambo someone in defence of this stance

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u/DistantKarma 3d ago edited 2d ago

I've said it before, but that album literally saved my life in early 90's.

Edit - Thanks for the random awards guys. (:

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u/International_Lake28 3d ago

I could listen to that riff on Fascination Street on repeat all day

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u/JeffreyStillwell 3d ago

Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys

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u/yoshifoshi 3d ago

Two Door Cinema Club - Tourist History

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u/darth_mo 3d ago

Flood by They Might Be Giants

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u/daysinnroom203 3d ago

Yes! This is what I came to say. Perfect.

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u/BadAtNameIdeas 3d ago

Fun fact - They Might Be Giants did the soundtrack for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.

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u/littleghost95 3d ago

Grace - Jeff Buckley

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u/PanchoVillaa 3d ago

Interpol - turn on the bright lights

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u/Bslemoine 3d ago

Fiona Apple - When the Pawn

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u/GMEMEG 3d ago

Portishead-Portishead

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u/theshyhousewife 3d ago edited 3d ago

Fleetwood Mac- Rumors

Edit: Oops. TIL it’s Rumours. 😳

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u/Sissyneck1221 3d ago

No, it’s all true.

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u/wheeeewww 3d ago

It’s more of a love square.

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u/easilyconfusedone 3d ago

YES. Glad I didn’t have to scroll too far to see this one!

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u/_urethrapapercut_ 3d ago edited 3d ago

Led Zeppelin IV

Edit: wow omg thank you so much for all the upvotes and awards!!

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u/jerryotter 3d ago

IV all the way. Four Sticks is the weakest track, and it still slaps.

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u/SolidDoctor 3d ago

Funny when someone says Led Zeppelin IV, the first song that pops into my head immediately is Four Sticks.

I love the 5/8 to 6/8 time signature.

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u/Historyguy1 3d ago

Stairway is what it's most famous for, but When the Levee Breaks is just a wave of overpowering sound that is both powerful and melancholy, much like a flood. It hit differently after I survived Katrina.

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u/Lord-Ringo 3d ago

Pearl Jam - Ten

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u/GeezMoney 3d ago

I love it. Favourite band. But for me, it's No Code. It's not a popular choice but it's the one where I love each and every song.

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u/gryffindor42 3d ago

Can't believe i have to scroll too far to see this one, absolute banger.

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u/KanoodleSoup 3d ago

Not a big Pearl Jam fan, but totally agree with this. It literally plays like a ‘best of’ album

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u/ottoe57 3d ago

Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies

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u/Thereisnoyou 3d ago

Nutshell is such a short song and still manages to be one of the most emotional pieces of media I have experienced

When I say short I mean there really isn't a lot of lyrics to it

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u/damnn88 3d ago

Before covid killed concerts, I saw them live, Nutshell and Rooster were religious experiences.

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u/brandonspade17 3d ago

I would add Dirt to this as well. Every song is awesome.

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u/Ianm9 3d ago

Don’t follow is criminally underrated AIC song

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u/Monado7 3d ago

Yeah to me it is the only other song that equals Nutshell

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u/The_Tell_Tale_Heart 3d ago

Nirvana unplugged

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u/avashad 3d ago

I was going to say a different one, but nevermind this one is better

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u/Periachi 3d ago

Oh well, whatever nevermind.

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u/BobTheGC 3d ago

The Man Who Sold the World is one of the best covers of all time.

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u/VelvetMorty 3d ago

The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses is flawless

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u/OdetoColtaine 3d ago

The way in which they compose their music is absolutely fantastic

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u/yobdiddy 3d ago

Blue - Joni Mitchell, Aja- Steely Dan, Moondance- Van Morrison

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u/Musquid 3d ago

Dire straits - Dire straits

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u/Cobra800089 3d ago

The band is blowing dixie double four time.

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u/DramaticChoice4 3d ago

OK computer Radiohead

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u/Nyctiimene 3d ago

Speaking in Tongues by Talking Heads.

I have already seen a lot of answers that I agree with, so I thought I’d throw this in.

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u/westinghoser 3d ago

Funeral - Arcade Fire

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u/GrumpyCatStevens 3d ago

Boston - Boston

Rush - Moving Pictures

Def Leppard - Pyromania

Metallica - Master of Puppets

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u/reddit_tom40 3d ago edited 3d ago

You sound like you are old enough for a colonoscopy. Had mine last year.

EDIT: apparently you youngsters have good taste in music. Rock on.

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u/Chaiteoir 3d ago

Boston - Boston

A flawless album

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u/UwU_was_ist_das 3d ago

Ride the lightning though…. 😩😩😩😩

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u/meno123 3d ago

Imagine if justice had bass...

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u/GlennSeaborg 3d ago

Bass or no bass, AJFA is still a beast. Every song is good even the instrumental is heavy. To Live is to Die.

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u/krisfivegtt 3d ago

Humbug - Arctic Monkeys, every song is magical

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u/Fawkingretar 3d ago edited 3d ago

Cage The Elephant - Melophobia.

Pink Floyd - Wish you Were Here.

Battles - Mirrored.

Mogwai - Government Sessions (BBC sessions).

Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea.

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u/Kalopsiate 3d ago

Wow nice to see Cage and Mogwai in here. For me it’s CTEs self titled and The Hawk is Howling for Mogwai. Cage’s first album was just fantastic.

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u/Altruistic_Chair9826 3d ago

Purple rain

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u/beardsandwiches 3d ago

I just listened to this album. I’ve haven’t heard it in years, maybe decades, and forgot how damn good it is.

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u/Jes0e 3d ago

Purple Rain takes second for me. Sign O The Times though… just wow

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u/mrs_dalloway 3d ago

Super Bowl 2007–crazy.

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u/yoswift1 3d ago

Depeche Mode - Music for the Masses

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u/n8_t8 3d ago

Violator also!

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u/WholeGrainMustard 3d ago

The Killers - Hot Fuss

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u/basketsinspokane 3d ago

Jenny was a friend of mine is one of the best openers I've ever heard.

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u/h_eather31 3d ago

I was listening to Hot Fuss and Franz Ferdinands debut album around the same time (so like a million years ago when I was in high school) and I remember thinking Jenny and the opening song on Franz which is called Jacqueline were both AMAZING opening songs for an album. I put those two songs on every summer playlist I make and will continue to do that until I die 😂

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u/itsJussaMe 3d ago

This didn’t leave my car CD player for 2 years.

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u/CloudsinaDemo 3d ago

Black Sabbath.

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u/elcapitan706 3d ago

Masters of reality.

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u/bumblebeefart900 3d ago

It's the 50th anniversary of the release today.

Happy cake day, Master of Reality!

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u/thrashingkaiju 3d ago

By Black Sabbath

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u/CloudsinaDemo 3d ago

Yes.

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u/Sandwichfeet93 3d ago

Featuring the track "Black Sabbath"

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u/matt_firn 3d ago

I once had to submit a Wikipedia edit to "Black Sabbath" from Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath. Absolutely maddening to try and find YouTube clips for early demos and alternate live recordings when you have to search "Black Sabbath Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath live in Berlin 1970" and etc.

https://youtu.be/OHcSssbUBkU This track is phenomenal, and the third verse is absolutely awesome.

P.S. Easier to find, and arguably even cooler: alternate versions of War Pigs. Live in 1970 has some of the major alternate lyrics. There is a demo version released on an Ozzy compilation (available elsewhere on a Sabbath album but can't recall atm) with the full alternate lyrics.

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u/bumblebeefart900 3d ago

I can't manage to find a single flawed track on any of the first five LPs by Black Sabbath.

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u/fifadex 3d ago

Audioslave -Audioslave.

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u/3tiwn 3d ago

Nas - illmatic

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u/GaryBettmanSucks 3d ago

This is a rare album where you can hear it for the first time way later, WITH all of the hype, and STILL be blown away by how good it is.

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u/kakatron 3d ago

Because The Internet

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u/rcarroll322 3d ago

Abbey road - The Beatles

In Rainbows - Radiohead

Purple rain - Prince

To Pimp A Butterfly - Kendrick Lamar

Continuum - John Mayer

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u/Multicraftual 3d ago

Continuum is a great album, start to finish!

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u/SnakeJG 3d ago

So much scrolling before finding a Beatles album.

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u/TheMerc_DeadPool 3d ago

Disintegration - The Cure

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u/tool22482 3d ago

In Rainbows by Radiohead

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u/OldSnaps 3d ago

The Wall, Pink Floyd

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u/Multicraftual 3d ago

Also, Dark Side of the Moon.

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u/aelfrahd29 3d ago

Thriller

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u/anoelr1963 3d ago

Also Michael Jackson/ Quincy Jones first collaboration ....the classic "Off The Wall" album ...so amazing.

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u/longhornmike2 3d ago

Weezer blue album

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u/Rossi-5 3d ago

The Blue Album was a game changer for a teen in the 90’s. In the midst of the grunge movement and heavy metal bands, you had these ordinary looking, almost nerdy looking guys, who showed ordinary kids that you could do your own thing and be cool.

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u/ZOOTV83 3d ago

Let it Bleed and Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones are both flawless.

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u/WLK55 3d ago

The Doors self-titled debut album

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u/beakersoft360 3d ago

AM by the Arctic monkeys. Almost perfect. Also dookie

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u/atglobe 3d ago

Rush- Signals

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u/MIBlackburn 3d ago

I'd say Moving Pictures over Signals, it's not my favourite album (thanks constant overplaying of Tom Sawyer), saw them do it all live in London. Clockwork Angels falls into this as well and the Garden is a great end for Rush.

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