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04.30.18 My favorite colors02.27.18 Not their best but still my favorite
02.16.18 I found this for 3$01.14.18 Worst Album Ever
12.28.17 Best of 2017. Not a great year but stil12.23.17 2017: like 2015 but worst.
12.15.17 Album in need of a Review12.08.17 Guilty Pleasures
11.30.17 XXI century classics11.28.17 H. R. Giger - The artwork Master
11.23.17 Thank you Talitres!11.17.17 Great albums with great Artwork!
11.14.17 10 Great albums not enough people care

10 Great albums not enough people care about

10 album from different gendres locations and periods which for some reason never had the attention they deserved. I hope you'll fine something new you like in here. Let me know!
1Flotation Toy Warning
The Machine That Made Us

Great and unexpected follow up to their debut album this little pearl is my favorite 2017 album so far
2Jaga Jazzist
Live With Britten Sinfonia

A great exemple of how to arrange song for orchestra.
Caution Radiation Area

Historic progressive rock group from Italy with a very unique sound

One of my favorite artist of all time. This album is the essence of post-modernism with an absurde combination of mainly baroque and metal music with a mixture of every single gendre you can think of.
5Locanda Delle Fate
Forse le Lucciole non si Amano piu

Another greta progressive rock band from Italy that had very little attention even in it's own country.
6Shining (NOR)
Live Blackjazz

Awesome live performance of this Norwegian band that merged Free Jazz and Black metal

A power trio formed by Drum Bass and a Baritone Saxophone. You really wouldn't tell they're just three people by the noise they can produce!
8Flotation Toy Warning
Bluffer's Guide to the Flight Deck

Even if I personally think the follow up is better, this is still a great debut album and I hope that with "The Machine that Made Us" some people will rediscover this.
9Dying Out Flame
Shiva Rudrastakam

Death metal band from Nepal with incredible vocals and Indu related thematics.

And at the end, directly from Iceland, some hypnotic post-black with a double bass in the lineup!
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