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06.24.18 Of Montreal Ranked05.21.18 Summer Came Early
10.19.17 Ears for Fears09.11.17 Best Album Covers
09.08.17 Favorite Albums of the Year So Far07.16.17 Roger Waters Vs Thom Yorke
07.13.17 Submit List07.10.17 top 10 trippy Lps
06.03.17 Tentative BEST OF 201705.15.17 EP been working on 5 years done
03.08.17 Recent Jams (been digging on them headp02.28.17 Ten Years On Sputnik
05.15.16 RECENT DIGS (SHAMPOO IS BETTER)03.28.16 good REUNIONs for sure
01.24.16 Experimental/Psych (list)01.21.16 Snowy Weather List
11.17.15 Of Montreal ranked11.15.15 Some Best LPs of All Time
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Albums For Your Eyeballs

So good you can actually see the awesome in the muzak

Their self-titled will always be the perfect mood-killer or mind opening excursion
into serious avant-garde depending on what room your in.
Turn On The Bright Lights

This is one for a desert island if i've ever seen music so good (in the dome of course)
18Faith No More
The Real Thing

Can't help but just say YES to all these great comebacks! "Motherfucker" is already
in my head on repeat all day! FTM is back!!!
Gloss Drop

Pretty sure this LP is incapable of growing more complex and terrifyingly in-sync no
matter how many countless listens you give it. Never ending joy? thanks (also John
Stanier just rules on drum-kit!)
Mellow Gold

Still perfect for any rainy-day occasion that may occur in the depths of, say, a
hungover stupor? Well its fair to say this as close as Beck has come, to my mind,
to Dylan in style. And after all, if Kevin Barnes is the new David Bowie then what is
Beck if not the new Bob Dylan?
15 Small Faces
Ogden's Nut Gone Flake

Unbelievable 60s psych-heavy rock masterpiece
14David Bowie
The Man Who Sold The World

"Supermen" is one of the best closing tracks ever and certainly my fav Bowie
closing track.

Knock out debut: plenty has been said about this classic...but damn this funky
punky is the real deal.
12The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses

I really need to check their 2nd LP out but finally got into this a couple years back
and am still in love with their immense wall of sound meets MBV meets The
Proclaimers sound....epic
11of Montreal
Aldhils Arboretum

Often glanced over in their catalogue: the band really just feels loose on this CD in
a good way - much akin to "lousy with sylvianbriar" but with a more "Only A
Northern Song" feel so there's a great deal of that weird Beatles sound as well as
the progressive notes that harken back to VU and early Floyd. don't miss out if you
love of Montreal.
10The Strokes
Room On Fire

Ladies and gentlemen the most hated band in the indie world with their best work
9 Modest Mouse
Lonesome Crowded West

Could not be more pumped when I heard this was good driving music and popped
this into the 'ol CD player in the 'ol truck and just kept on truckin i tell ya

Enter Moby with my FAVORITE electronica album - nothing like it and with the
shape of what seems to bee happening to the genre this will without a doubt be
revered as the high watermark for "House" or dare i even say it "techno"

Proof that golden comeback albums can happen (let's all hope Failure and Slowdive
follow suit) if Indie Cindy is the worst thing that can happen to a reunion then this is
clearly the best of all possible outcomes for Portishead.
6Ornette Coleman
The Shape Of Jazz To Come

Just love the way a plastic sax sounds? then check this out!

Never ceases to amaze, bewilder, entice, or excite with its melodic bliss -
Around The Fur

Favorite opening track to pretty much anything 90s-present

YOU HAVE- - - - - - - - - - - - - -A- - M- - N- - -E- - - -S --I - -A
2 Pink Floyd
Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

Still more influential than Dark Side
1 Art Blakey

The greatest drummer IMO
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