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Bm, Thrash, Ska And Bob Dylan (recs)

Recommend me albums based on each. Please READ DE$CRIPTIONS and only recommend ONE ALBUM per genre/from Bob Dylan.
1 Dissection
Storm of the Light's Bane


Someone said this is at least partly melodeath. I want something that's 60/40 BM and melodeath, respectively. Good production would be nice but knowing just a little about it I know that's asking a bit.
2Metallica
Master of Puppets


The generic essential thrash album. I love it, but....
3Anacrusis
Screams and Whispers


The SOUND of this is more interesting. I don't need a band that writes 8 minute songs regularly, but interesting songwriting is obviously appreciated. Don't rec the Big Four as they're pretty obvious.
4 The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Let's Face it


Rec something equal parts rock and ska, like this...
5Less Than Jake
Hello Rockview


...Or something ska/punk, like this.
6Bob Dylan
Blood on the Tracks


This is awesome. What's his next best and/or similar sounding album?
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