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Albums To Which I'm The Most Partial

list is butts
1Alice in Chains
Dirt


I would.
2Arghoslent
Hornets of the Pogrom


More informational than anything currently on The History Channel.
3Converge
Jane Doe


"It all reminds me..."
4Cryptopsy
None So Vile


First it's Good Friday, then Easter; head on a platter, such a feaster.
5Darkthrone
Transilvanian Hunger


It's no coincidence Varg is a contributor to the best Darkthrone album.
6Devin Townsend Project
Deconstruction


"I survive and god damns you."
7The Dillinger Escape Plan
Ire Works


"You were a mouth without a heart, an action without feeling. And you walk afraid; reaching for the hand that turns closed."
8DJ Shadow
Endtroducing...


Introducing Robert Wood...
9The Doors
L.A. Woman


"Riders On The Storm" will forever be the best thunderstorm song.
10Enslaved
Axioma Ethica Odini


A total assault from beginning to end. I'd love to see this one performed live from start to finish.
11Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada


"Now let me pay my ticket so I can get the fuck back to work!"
12Gorillaz
Demon Days


Fire coming out of a plebian's ass.
13Herbie Hancock
Head Hunters


The second appearance of heroin on this list.
14Immortal
Sons Of Northern Darkness


As it turns out, Immortal they weren't. However, grim they will forever be.
15Kyuss
Welcome to Sky Valley


Motherfucker!
16Massive Attack
Mezzanine


Downtempo's finest.
17Melvins
Houdini


They call him King Buzzo for a reason.
18Mercyful Fate
Don't Break the Oath


m/
19Meshuggah
obZen


Their most death metal release, and their best because of it.
20Miles Davis
Bitches Brew


Absolutely skanky, dirty, filthy, humid, moist, damp fusion that feels straight from the bayou. The third appearance of heroin in this list.
21Ministry
Psalm 69


The only thing I listen to when I play the original DOOM. The fourth appearance of heroin in this list.
22Minor Threat
Complete Discography


I'm sorry for something I didn....wait. No, I'm not.
23Modest Mouse
The Lonesome Crowded West


"Trucker's Atlas"
24Mr. Bungle
California


chak chak chak chakachakachakachakachaka
25My Bloody Valentine
Loveless


Okay, there isn't any songs about blowjobs on this album - but it's still their best work.
26Om
Advaitic Songs


The closest I'll get to studying religion in Egypt at the moment.
27Opeth
My Arms, Your Hearse


"When" you combine concept with execution and structure, this is the front runner in Opeth's discography.
28Peter Tosh
Equal Rights


I would go as far to say the only completely necessary reggae album everyone should own (I know you're thinking about Legend right now, asshole).
29The Police
Zenyatta Mondatta


"Driven To Tears" into "When The World Is Running Down" is the best one-two bunch in rock history. Hell, I'm about to run Deep Throat again.
30Prince
Purple Rain


I play "Darling Nikki" at full blast when I'm feeling kinky.
31The Prodigy
The Fat of the Land


Woah.
32Protest the Hero
Scurrilous


The album is their best work as far as lyrics are concerned. Also, it's their most technically proficient. It's fun as hell to drive to as well.
33Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age


This is my escape to the desert until I can actually spend some time out there.
34Queens of the Stone Age
Rated R


x2
35Radiohead
The Bends


"We don't have any real....frrrrrrrrriiiiiendssss."
36Rammstein
Herzeleid


The first LP in their discography, and their most straightforward industrial album. The opener has a sample of the DOOM shotgun.
37Repulsion
Horrified


Flint, Michigan in the house. The Murder Mitten representin'.
38Shining (SWE)
IV - The Eerie Cold


It's not really depressive; it's just really fucking good.
39The Sisters of Mercy
Floodland


All my older friends tell me I'd be first wave goth if I was born that generation. I'm sad I missed it.
40The Smashing Pumpkins
Siamese Dream


Is there a more seminal lyric than "Hey, let me out." The answer is a definitive "no".
41The Smiths
Hatful of Hollow


An excusable way for any average male to embrace his inner drama queen.
42The Stooges
Fun House


Hey look, another Michigan band, and hugely influential one! Who knew grindcore and punk both had roots here? It's the fifth appearance of heroin in this list.
43Strapping Young Lad
Alien


This is a better album than City. The only album I've come across that describes family life through the eyes of a schizophrenic, it's highly entertaining and slightly weird simultaneously.
44Suffocation
Pierced from Within


The best bass production on a metal album. Play this loud enough and sonic hands will pick up your grandmother and throw her through a wall.
45Swans
The Seer


Nothing needs to be said here. One of the tracks is a tribute to a Stooges song on Fun House listed above.
46Talk Talk
Laughing Stock


How To Dismantle New Wave Completely
47Talking Heads
Remain in Light


"Same as it ever was."
48Terrorizer
World Downfall


Bring back the purple cover!
49Ulver
Nattens Madrigal


"The production hurts my ears." Good!
50Wu-Tang Clan
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)


"Causin' more Family Feuds than Richard Dawson."
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