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The 5 Best Albums You've Never Heard

These are albums that are sadly commonly overlooked, and people looking for something new will definitely want to check out.
5 Asian Envy
Sweet and Vicious


Definitely an out of place choice, but this electropop duo in Australia are simply wonderful and have a unique style of music, with great vocals and lots of synth-heavy bliss. The song that will hook you: "Taking my Time".
4 Ghost
Opus Enonymous


Ghost's debut is simply a marvel. Their theatrical stage shows and image are impressive enough, but even more impressive is their intent on bringing back the days when heavy metal was less heavy and more doomy and scary is truly admirable. If you're expecting something brutal you may be disappointed, but for fans of heavy metal of the old days this is something you can't pass up.
3Bruce Dickinson
Skunkworks


The Bruce album that sadly everyone forgets existed. Bruce's prog rock opus is truly extraordinary and takes his voice to territories one may have never thought possible for him to pull off.
2Green Carnation
Light of Day, Day of Darkness


This is one big long song, as opposed to an album of individual tracks. It combines classical, jazz fusion, goth rock, progressive rock and doom metal into one sublime mix that is simply beautiful and a must listen.
1Green Carntion
The Quiet Offspring


Green Carnation are so obscure nowadays that they may as well fall off the face of the earth. And while it may be funny that I rate this actual album between Light of Day, Day of Darkness- which is one sixty minute suite on one track, I prefer this because it's easier to digest, and has some of their best material yet. It's a shame that they may never make an album again.
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