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Great Overlooked Albums

Like my underrated stuff list, but with even better music and a proper title.
1Colour Haze
Colour Haze

German stoner/psychedelic rock band, very heavy on long instrumental jams and build ups that lead up to jaw dropping riffs. Similarities to Kyuss, Tool, King Crimson. I have this at a 5 for good reason, give it a listen.
This Great Pressure

Electronica/Alt Rock duo. Both guys sing, one does samples/beats and the other plays guitar. Album has huge variety with elements of trip hop, house, indie rock, and black metal. AMAZING superman cover as the last track.
3Strand of Oaks
Pope Killdragon

Folk with good singing, guitar playing, and entertaining stories/lyrics. Just look at that album art.
4Kingston Wall
Kingston Wall I

Band made three great albums and then the lead singer killed himself, shitty. But here's a great rock album, very Jimi Hendrix inspired, even has a Fire cover on it. Fantastic guitar/drum/bass playing.
5Six Gallery
Breakthroughs In Modern Art

American Football/Minus The Bear type stuff. Some mindblowing guitar playing, great vocals, fantastic songwriting.
Gravity X

Another stoner rock band, big focus on fuzzed out guitar riffs that makes you feel like you're being washed over with a wall of sound at times.
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