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alllllllllll the music
1The Arrogant Sons of Bitches
Three Cheers For Disappointment

if this album doesn't put a big, goofy smile on your face, you're either deaf or dead

a celebration of all things music. every song is a winner. smoke weed erreday
Horse Rotorvator

fascinating sounds
4Red Krayola
The Parable of Arable Land

more fascinating sounds. crazy quintessential ahead-of-its-time shit from the 60s
Maggot Brain

i definitely prefer the sprawling, spiraling psych jams that bookend the album to all
the soul songs in the middle, but it's all awesome
Double Nickels on the Dime

this is just bonkers. forty-three songs and endless fun
7Mahavishnu Orchestra
Birds of Fire

pretty much the epitome of 'music for musicians,' but thankfully i'm a musician, so
this fucking rules
8Bad Religion
No Control

amazing straight-up classic punk. no bullshit
9Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
Freak Out!

The Mothers of Invention put out a lot of awesome shit, but barely any of it's here.
this album's a bit boring, to be honest
10Gang Starr
Moment of Truth

as far as classic hip-hop goes, i don't know what more you'd want
11Tom Waits
Rain Dogs

more than twenty years old and it's still as eerie and potent as ever. one of my
new favorites. the LYYYRRRRICCSSS
12Kayo Dot
Blue Lambency Downward

strange & wonderful. dem atmospherez
13The Number Twelve Looks Like You

quint/essential mathcore. music to burn math textbooks to
14Arcade Fire

i feel like an idiot. of course i heard this for the first time a while ago (although still
after The Suburbs, i think), but it just didn't hit me. my ear wasn't trained enough
to analyze delicate textures n all that. they're subtle. but at the same time, they're
blindingly obvious. i mean, 'Power Out' sounds like it was recorded in the damn
Coliseum. anyone with a trained ear should be able to discern this album's
magnificence. a true modern classic.
15Lights Out Asia
Eyes Like Brontide

cool electronic-infused post-rock, if a bit melodramatic at times
16The Doppelgangaz
Lone Sharks

deep, gritty beats and great rhymin'. no bullshit
17Binary Star
Masters of the Universe

Endless, ingenious rhymes accented by entrancing beats accented by many an
ingenious sample. if you haven't heard this, get on it.

Just as good as Millions Now Living Will Never Die. All kinds of instruments and all
kinds of sounds to make all kinds of moods. A wondrous journey
19Animal Collective
Strawberry Jam

I've been trying to get into AC for a while now. I love the vibrant, bubbly textures
and the fun, cartoony melodies- but there's still something in the way. Weirdly, this
is the album I feel the closest to at the moment, out of this, Feels, Sung Tongs,
and MPP. i think we need to just chill with lucy and then i'll finally fully get it
Through Silver In Blood

The band that's turning into my favorite band. The band that should've been my
favorite band a loooooong time ago
21 Violent Femmes
Violent Femmes

dayyyyyyyyyyyy AFTER dayyyyyyyy i get AAAAAANGRYYYYYY and i will
sayyyyyyyyy that the dayyyyyyyyyyyyy is in my siiiiiiiiiight when i take a
BOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW and say goodniiiiiiiiiight
22Public Image Ltd
Flowers of Romance

wonderful torture music
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