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Two of the greatest electronic albums ever created

Confirmed. Under 5 ratings for each though wtf
1Susumu Hirasawa

From influences ranging from dub, to triphop, to ambient, this album knows no bounds, yet stays cohesive and gorgeous throughout. This album has given me chills and tears plenty of times. There's simply nothing like it; a trip to an aweinspiring cyberworld within a dream.
2Susumu Hirasawa
Sim City

To me, the sheer scope of the sound on this reminds me of albums like Ocean Machine by Devin Townsend. Its an unrelenting wall of sound, yet manages to carry a chill, mystical sci-fi vibe I cannot compare to anything else I've ever heard before. Truly a visionary record in every sense.
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