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The Most Underrated Albums I Own

This isn't a list of the best albums by these bands, rather albums that don't get enough recognition and deserve a second look.
1Young Widows
Old Wounds


Settle Down City gets way more apprechiation than Old Wounds does, but Old Wounds is just as good or better. It's got deep thought than Settle Down City does.
2Primus
Antipop


I kept reading things where people kept saying that this shitty compared to their other stuff. I know it's not Primus' best work, but it sounds heavier than preivious albums, which fit them pretty well.
3The Refreshments
Fizzy Fuzzy Big & Buzzy


For anyone who likes '90s grunge-ish stuff. These guys should have been way bigger. Their clever lyrics mixed with the fun guitar work makes for a pretty solid album for me.
4Mastodon
Call Of The Mastodon


This one came to mind when i saw someone's Mastodon Ranked list. They didn't even mention this one. It shows a side of them that is rarely seen, especially with the release of Crack the Skye, and needs to be heard and cherished.
5the Toadies
Rubberneck


This amazing album seems to slowly disappear into the back of all our minds. We know it's great, but we easily forget it. Well, remember.
6Sausage
Riddles are abound tonight


Riddles are abound tonight always gets covered up by Primus and Frog Brigade, but can stand on it's own. IT's got this alternative meets jam band feel that you really can't get outta anything Les has done. People might say Frog brigade does that but only on the live album, and this album has more originals.
7Living Colour
Vivid


Why does nobody care?? It's a very good record. It's got an old school vibe, with having a lot of great riffs that are still relevant today.
8 The Killers
Sam's Town


This is just fun. I was so against pop, until this album. It can be light in meaning or heavy, depending on your perception.
9North Mississippi Allstars
Shake Hands With Shorty


Modern blues at it's finest.
10Zao
(Self-Titled)


I don't see this anywhere. It's so good, and isn't recognized for it.
11He Is Legend
Suck Out The Poison


I will keep being an asshole about this until the day that i die. This is their best album, and no one will convince me otherwise.
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