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My Updated Favorite Albums... No Order

I just looked at my old list and thought it needed a makeover.
1Jimi Hendrix
Band of Gypsys


Jimi is probably my all time favorite musician. He's the one who got me into real music and this is some of his best stuff.
2Nevermore
Dreaming Neon Black


Dark, mechanical (yet organic?), and horrifyingly passionate. You can feel the insanity in this album. Also tied to a particularly dark period in my life.
3 Michael Hedges
Aerial Boundaries


Solo acoustic music was the genre I became obsessed with after metal and this album is magic. Michael Hedges becomes one with his guitar on this album.
4Summoning
Oath Bound


The arrangements are brilliant here. Summonings use of dynamics are unsurpassed in this album. Amazing melodies. Land of the Dead is one of the best songs ever.
5Opeth
Blackwater Park


This is interchangeable with Morningrise and Still Life. My first Opeth album. I became obsessed after hearing this.
6DJ Shadow
Endtroducing


I never thought I'd get into anything even remotely close to Hiphop. DJ Shadow proves that sampling can be beautiful. Original and captivating.
7Immortal
At the Heart of Winter


Raw, yet not underproduced. The riffing and drumming on this album are godly. Epic yet thrashy.
8Iron Maiden
Somewhere In Time


I've never been able to match the futuristic atmosphere that this album creates. Some of Maiden's best songs on here.
9 Billy Cobham
Spectrum


Jazz fusion at its finest. Funky as hell.
10Nile
Annihilation of the Wicked


Death metal done right. Epic, brutal, and brilliant. I don't think they have ever matched this album.
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