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Albums That Changed You

Albums that, throughout your musical life, have changed your outlook on the art in general, or really opened your ears to new genres. Albums you consider "part of you" in a nostalgic way.
5Talk Talk
Laughing Stock


6 songs. That's all it takes to reach some kind of epiphany alongside a band in its dying throes.
4Sigur Ros
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This got me through some tough times, languid summers where I needed nothing but to soak in somber sounds. The emotion in an album of gibberish and sparse ambience is astounding.
3The Mars Volta
De-Loused in the Comatorium


"What the hell is going on?" was my first reaction when I put this beast on. TMV's LP really opened me to modern psychedelic and broadened my horizons as to what can be accomplished with chaos.
2Massive Attack
Mezzanine


On a vacation to Europe, I picked this up based on reputation alone. I had never really encountered trip-hop, and it's brooding richness became my soundtrack to dark alleys and nighttime jaunts.
1Tool
Aenima


Scared the shit out of me as a young high-school student, centered me in college and been enlightening me ever since. I have returned to this album again and again and consider it a focal point. Something about Tool not taking themselves entirely serious makes their poignant moments seem even that much more dire.
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