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Albums I'm Currently Liking

My top ten favourite albums at the moment, not that they're particuarly new, but I've just stumbled across them.
1Maudlin of the Well

As progressive music goes, I'm hard pushed to think of anything better, really unique sounding and enjoyable. It's definately making a strong case for being one of my favourites of all time.
2Kayo Dot
Choirs of the Eye

Toby Driver's a genius, plain and simple, a bit slower then Bath and more indy, but just as good, or almost anyways.
3 Dredg
El Cielo

Great emotional music. I remember listening to this late at night, and the music hit me like a train, beutiful.
4Neutral Milk Hotel
In the aeroplane over the sea

Baffling, incromhensible, unique, folky and brilliant.
Traced in Air

A fairly short album, and a refreshingly innovative CD, as the name would suggest its a breath of fresh air.
6Patrick Wolf
Wind in the Wires

Every song on here stands out, the first two in particular, this album feels like a work of art.
The Shape of Punk to come

Its all very well to have works of art and new and experimental indie bands, but sometimes its fun to listen to angry punks scream. New Noise is about as good as punk music gets in my view.
Selling England By The Pound

How is it I've been into progressive music for over two years and only just heard this album...whats wrong with me, anyways a great effort by a classic band, definately stands the test of time.
9Devin Townsend

A long, ambitous album, lots of different styles that meshes really well together.
10Tori Amos
From the Choirgirl Hotel

A surreal, dreamy album that leaves one mystified and elated.
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