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Do you have those albums instill a genuine hunger in you? Albums that might not be your favorite, but that speak of incredible depth to those that take time to comprehend them? Albums that unfold slowly over time, or that lay their genius bare all at once? That's what this list is about for me; the albums that drive my musical progression. Albums that not only make me want to keep listening to them, but discover more like them. I'll try and add soundoffs at later dates for those that care to read them.
1Atmosphere
God Loves Ugly


Very quickly becoming my favorite hip-hop album. He doesn't just throw out meaningless cliches hoping some listeners will latch onto them. He jams his life and his pain in your face and lets you decide.
2Faith No More
Angel Dust


Mike Patton. Faith No More. Angel Dust. That is all.
3Mr. Bungle
California


An album where each song feels like it could be expanded into an entire album, and a fantastic album at that.
4Stevie Wonder
Innervisions


Stevie is the man. He plays all of the instruments on this record, and not only that, but he composes timeless songs that establish a legacy far beyond what many could ever hope to achieve.
5Miles Davis
Birth of the Cool


Pretty much ditto to Mr. Wonder.
6Opeth
My Arms, Your Hearse


DEMOOOONNN OV THE FALLLLLLLL
7mewithoutYou
Brother, Sister


An album that's not only multifaceted, but leaves you thinking even after the music stops.
8 Hella
Church Gone Wild


Gotta rep my band, right? Zach Hill is one of my favorite drummers, and there is just something about the instrumental duo that captivates me.
9Anberlin
Cities


Great lyrics and an outstanding vocalist sells almost each and every moment of the stories Anberlin weave, leaving it believable and personal.
10Brand New
Daisy


Took what I loved most about TDAG and turned it to 11
11Porcupine Tree
Deadwing


Just some of the most beautiful music I've ever heard. Even the hidden track is outstanding.
12Sikth
Death of a Dead Day


Craziness Incorporated. Sure, many bands try to imitate Sikth, but there really are none like them. Even their spoken word sections in the midst of a tech metal maelstrom don't sound out of place.
13Band of Horses
Everything All the Time


Dunno what it is about these guys, but their folky brand of music cuts in its simplicity.
14Streetlight Manifesto
Everything Goes Numb


Best ska album ever.
15Rosetta
The Galilean Satellites
16Jeff Buckley
Grace
17Off Minor
The Heat Death of the Universe
18Cave In
Jupiter
19Defeater
Lost Ground
20More Than Life
Love Let Me Go
21Gospel
The Moon is a Dead World
22Celeste
Morte(s) Nee(s)
23 The Gaslight Anthem
The '59 Sound
24Panzerballett
Panzerballett
25Bomb the Music Industry!
Album Minus Band
26Refused
Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent
27Sublime
Sublime
28Third Eye Blind
Third Eye Blind
29Burial
Untrue
30Hurt
Volume 1
31Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here
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