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|I think it depends how much you have of each band, for instance if you don't have any Radiohead or Porcupine Tree then those are must have's where as if you have stuff by them already and nothing for Manchester Orchestra then I'd go with that maybe. |
|EDIT: I'm retarded as fuck, read before commenting... I'd say 1 & 2.|
|5, 4 & 2, and did I mention you should really check out 5.|
|I'm being bias when I say this, but Milo Goes to College is the one :)|
Open the doors to bands like Bad Religion, Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat (I wouldn't go the Fugazi route though), and Blink-182, to more modern bands like A Wilhelm Scream, Strike Anywhere, and maybe some Against Me!
And then from there, you might catch some post-hardcore like Thrice and Thursday.
Clearly going the punk route is the choice to make :D
|I'd say 10.|
|10 is a good starting point if you want to branch into metal. 7 is considered a classic so you should get that too. I'm not an alternative/indie specialist, so I can't help you with those genres|
|2 and 4. |
|Don't start with Amnesiac for Radiohead, start with The Bends or OK Computer.|
4 is probably the most influential band on here, that would be my say for top priority.