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06.18.14 Unique (?) Albums11.29.13 Alt/prog Gems
07.02.13 15 Sputnik Months05.16.13 Random Access Memories Ranked
05.15.13 Modern Rpgs04.13.13 Alternative/progressive Recs?
03.08.13 Ethereal Prog02.24.13 Awesome Song Names
11.06.12 Sweden10.06.12 What Should I Listen To Next?
10.05.12 Blind Guardian Ranked09.11.12 What Makes An Album Classic?
09.08.12 Albums I Can't Stop Listening To09.07.12 The 2nd Law
09.06.12 Albums That Happen To Be Incredible

Unique (?) Albums

I am constantly searching for albums which are similar to musically and evoke a similar emotional response to the ones below. So far I have been largely unsuccessful...
1Sufjan Stevens
The Age of Adz


Love the lyrics and vocal melodies in this one. I think a lot of indie musicians utilise ambient soundscapes a little too much, and Sufjan's mostly minimalistic album is very refreshing
2The Dismemberment Plan
Emergency & I


Fast paced songs, interesting structures and highly emotive vocals make this a breeze to listen to
3Fair to Midland
Fables From a Mayfly


This band is just so damn fun
4Pure Reason Revolution
The Dark Third


Space-rock instrumentation and extensively layered vocals create a highly replayable album
5Cynic
Traced in Air


Death metal is cool and all but I'm not a big fan of the harsh vocals most bands utilise. Cynic manage to effortlessly combine the best of both worlds
6Muse
Absolution


It would seem logical that the popularity of Muse would make other bands want to copy and evolve its style. However I have listened to none that have successfully done so
7Daft Punk
Random Access Memories


I am not a big fan of electronic music so i'm not sure what strand Daft Punk's new album falls into. Whatever it is, it sounds pretty awesome
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