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This is a compilation of some albums I just recently found, with or without this site. Feel free to list some of your own if yopu have any.
1The Grateful Dead
From the Mars Hotel


Jam rock is starting to consume my musical tastes as a whole. I've already found several albums by this band to be quite appealing, and this is one of the less memorable releases I enjoy.
2 Beastie Boys
Paul's Boutique


I've never been a fan of hip-hip, but this is one of those albums from the good old 80's that has good non-mediocre beats and amazing vocals by great MC's. This is a classic on ever level.
3The Allman Brothers Band
Eat A Peach


Another huge factor in my jam rock interests, I personally love their earlier albums, but their newset stuff is an amazing comeback from their mid-career.
4Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin II


I'm almost ashamed that I didn't find this earilier on in my Led Zeppelin interests. This is one of their best albums next to Houses of the Holy.
5Fatboy Slim
You've Come A Long Way, Baby


My dad bought this recently and we listened to it in the car. I've been listening to Fatboy Slim for at least 2 years, and had completely forgot how good this was. I'm good that interest was sparked again.
630 Seconds to Mars
30 Seconds to Mars


I don't even know how excatly I came along this, but I'm pretty glad that I did. There are some pretty good places in this album, and it's rather excited.
7Grandmaster Flash And The Furious Five
The Message


Another huge example of good old-school MC rocking. Back when hip-hop artists weren't afraid to hire REAL musicians to play, or better yet, play themselves. This is fantastic.
8Serj Tankian
Imperfect Harmonies


I actually like this man's second solo album more than his first one. The consistency is rigid and he explores a better sound overall all throughout the album. It's unsteady treading is the album's upbringing.
9The Republic Tigers
Keep Color


This is absolutely phenomenal given what I was expecting. This is often my alternative when metal isn't working out for me.
10The Sugarhill Gang
Sugarhill Gang


Another great hip-hop record that is appealing to me. It's safe to say for me, that most 80's MC records are going to please me.
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