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|i'd generally go for the highest rated one with the most votes|
|I am the sole rater on pretty much every C93 release on here, this should not be so.|
Their studio discography isn't very clear with all their singles, live release, compilations and colloborations etc. but here is a rough list of the main LP's I dug out of that messy wikipedia article -
(1984) Dogs Blood Rising
(1984) Nature Unveiled (comp of earlier releases "LAShTAL" and "Salt")
(1986) In Menstrual Night
(1988) Christ and The Pale Queens Mighty In Sorrow
(1988) Earth Covers Earth
(1988) Swastikas For Goddy
(1992) Thunder Perfect Mind
(1994) Of Ruine Or Some Blazing Starre
(1996) All The Pretty Little Horses
(1998) Soft Black Stars
(2000) Sleep Has His House
(2006) Black Ships Ate The Sky
(2009) Aleph At Hallucinatory Mountain
Everything from Imperium onwards is where they stopped making hit of miss self-indulgent ambient (the best of these to me was Dogs Blood Rising and the worst was Dawn) and starting perfecting their neo-folk sound. Most people cite All The Pretty Little Horses and Thunder Perfect Mind as good starting points but I love some of their earlier, still more experimental stuff from this period such as Swastikas for Goddy as well (originally titled Swastikas for Noddy) and would recommend it.
So, for a short answer I would say try anything after Imperium and see how you like it. Also, make sure to check out the HOH/C93 split Crowleymass if you end up enjoying their (his?) stuff somewhat, its an unusual little EP and I like.
I hope this helps somehow.
|Thanks man that helped a lot.|