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Inception...

...was great. Even past the concept and visual effects, which were extremely impressive (to say the least), I feel like this is one of the rare movies where in the entire cast, there's not a single character who felt throwaway or like a weak link. That's just my opinion, but the same can probably be said for the film as a whole. In my book, Nolan's record remains untarnished; it was pretty damn spectacular. So are these albums.
1Interpol
Turn on the Bright Lights
2Of Machines
As If Everything Was Held In Place
310 Years
The Autumn Effect
4The National
High Violet
5The National
Boxer
6City of Ships
Look What God Did to Us
7Massive Attack
Mezzanine
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