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The Perfect Album

For forever now I have been searching for the Perfect album. An album that isn't necessarily "the best album of all time" but an album that is deep, complex, diverse and experimental. An album where every track fits into the album perfectly while also having an identity of its own. But most of all, an album that reaches the goal the artist intended for it. I'd like to see what you guys come up with. Here are my two that come the closest. Also, I'm more looking more for an unknown gem, rather than a classic that everyone has heard/heard of and an album with good replay value.
1Refused
The Shape of Punk to Come
2Gospel
The Moon is a Dead World
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