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5.0 classic
Blackalicious Nia
G Band Free Backwards Crown
This is one of my favourite albums of all time, words cannot do it any justice, you just need to listen to it. You can download it from the band's site ://gbandfree.com/
Green Carnation Light of Day, Day of Darkness
The Interpestuals ReviveR
One of the best albums I have ever heard in my entire life. If you like acoustic country mixed with grunge and rock then this is THE album for you. Please contact me and you will get the album.

4.5 superb
Aesop Rock Labor Days
Audible Mainframe Framework
Audible Mainframe were one of the first hip hop bands that I listened to after I discovered the Roots. The song Digital Cafe has such a profound effect on me. If you like intelligent hip hop that you can groove to for an hour this is an album that will not disappoint you. Contact me if you're having trouble finding it and I can hook you up.
Blackalicious Blazing Arrow
Busdriver Temporary Forever
Elliott Brood Ambassador
When Johnny Cash died in 2003 it was a time of sadness for anyone who was connected to country music. However with his passing, the reins of country music were handed down to the new musicians and a new era of country music is starting to flourish. This new generation of musicians have found that blending country's twang music with the hopelessness of Cash is quite a lucrative success which brings me to Elliott BROOD.

The trio from Toronto, Canada bill themselves as "death country", taking with them country's catchy combination of banjo, acoustic, and percussion and adding whispy, gravely vocals and songs about death and despair. The group open up Ambassador with a rather lengthy song "Twill" clocking in a 6:30. The use of this song as an opening track is something that bewilders me, because it has much more of an indie/ acoustic feel to it, something I would expect The Shins to write if they all got dumped by their girlfriends and evicted from their apartments on the same day. There isn't much in the way of "country" in the song, now that doesn't mean it's a bad song, just feels a little out of place and doesn't quite give the greatest first impression for life time fans of country music.. Luckily the rest of the album contains banjo pluckin' and guitar strummin' to pacify even the most pretentious country fan.
Faith No More King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime
Faith No More Angel Dust
Green Carnation Journey To The End Of The Night
Katatonia Viva Emptiness
Mr. Bungle Disco Volante
Nevermore This Godless Endeavor
Nightwish Oceanborn
Novembre Materia
Opeth Blackwater Park
Opeth Damnation
Porcupine Tree Fear of a Blank Planet
Rehab Southern Discomfort
Rehab Graffiti the World
Strapping Young Lad City
The Blend After What Came Before
The Blend are exactly what their band name says, they're a blend of jazz, hip hop, hard rock, and funk. Their songs are catchy, intelligently written, and accessible to anyone. This is an album everyone who likes The Roots or any Hip Hop Band should listen to.
The Devin Townsend Band Accelerated Evolution
Ween The Mollusk

4.0 excellent
Blackalicious The Craft
Buck 65 Situation
This quirky album is slowly becoming one of my favourite hip hop albums. Way Back When is a song that I MUST listen to when I'm out driving, yes... Canadians can rap!
Busdriver Fear Of A Black Tangent
Dark Lunacy Devoid
Mos Def Black on Both Sides
Nevermore The Politics of Ecstasy
Nightwish Century Child
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth Watershed

3.5 great
Busdriver RoadKillOvercoat
Faith No More The Real Thing
Flobots Fight With Tools
O'Death Broken Hymns, Limbs, and Skin
While more accessible than 2007's Head Home, this majestic collection of gypsy punk, country, Americana is not without it's faults. The vocals can be a bit hard to listen to (especially Legs to Sin), however it is an album that everyone must hear atleast once in their life. If you like this direction that alternative country is going in, then this is an album that you will love.
Strapping Young Lad The New Black
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