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Albums that meant a lot in my musical experience

Basycally all the albums that had a huge impact on my listening experience. I'll try to keep this chronologically...
1The Offspring

First album I got, and the one that introduced me to Punk Rock. I was about eight if I remember correctly. Still my all time favorite band although their two latest CDs weren't great :/
2Benny Benassi

I was obsessed with Satisfaction when it came out, had that album on repeat. Started my EDM kick (David Guetta etc) . It was actually before Guetta's success, in 2002-2003 I think.

When I got bored of EDM I remembered that metal riffing sound and needed something to get back into that. Rammstein fit exactly what I needed and they became one of my fav band at that time. I remember the hype I had when Rosenrot was released :O

Opeth along with The Agonist and Death were my breakthrough into extreme metal. All thanks to Opeth's prog side that made me curious enough to listen to albums with growling (that I couldn't stand before)...

Nordavind is the CD that got me into Black Metal. I can't stand pure kvlt BM but the atmospheric and folk BM is a blast!
Demon Days

This one got me into trip hop and more abstract hip hop styles. Listened to this one a lot when it came out, A LOT :)
7Bob Marley and The Wailers

2004, "damn this sounds good", and that was how I got into one of my favorite genre: Reggae.

As far as Rap/Hip Hop is concerned, Eminem played a big role with songs like Stan and Slim Shady (I still remember when it came out lol), although my breakthrough into Rap would be IAM - l'Ecole Du Micro D'Argent, a French band.
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