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Surprise!

Hey ya motherfuckers! I'm back with a list of 5 albums that surprised rme the most. Albums that rcaught me off guard, etc....
1Esham
DMT Sessions


To tell the truth, when I checked out this Esham album, I wasn't expecting an experimental/trip-hop voyage...
2Bis
Return to Central


When I first heard Bis, I automatically assumed that they were a pop-punk trio... and that was about it. A little bit of an electronic feel, but that was about it. This album changed my outlook on the band entirely. A more grown up look to them.
3Boredoms
Super Ae


Boredoms are a surprise on their own. With each album, they just got more and more experimental and bizarre. However, when they released this album, it pretty much confused the majority of fans. However, either right away or later on, it was embraced by both the fans and the critics, and helped formulate the sound that they would be today (a psychedelic, semi-ambient, semi-noise band with an extra-percussion punch)
4Marilyn Manson
Eat Me, Drink Me


....This only surprised me because of how much it sucked. Manson dropped the ball with this album, and it just got shittier from here.
5Cali Gari
8


Cali Gari are a bizarre band naturally, but when they released this album in 2003, it was a big confusion. This album contorted between their usual experimental post-punk sound, but tweaked with electronics and ambiance in the mix. While it was a curveball by the band, it was later embraced by the fans and was considered a cult classic ever since.
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