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The Sput 4.6's Ranked

My ranking of the albums that have a 4.6 on Sput - the best of the best, so to speak - from my favorite to my least favorite. Excludes classical music, video game and anime soundtracks, and shit that has like, three votes.
1Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

This is probably the best album of all time. If you've never listened to this, then what are you actually waiting for? This could also also potentially reach a 4.7 on here if a few more people 5 it.

The quintessential hip-hop album, and also very accessible. I'd highly encourage anyone to listen to this even if they don't like hip-hop.
3John Coltrane
A Love Supreme

Flawless jazz album. I would rec this to anyone.
4Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon

This is actually my third favorite Floyd album after The Wall; but still, one can't go wrong with 70's Pink Floyd.
Liquid Swords

Definitely one of the best hip-hop albums of all time. There are a few that I think deserve the Sput 4.6 a bit more than this (Ready to Die; maybe To Pimp a Butterfly), but this is a classic nonetheless.
6Charles Mingus
The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

I'm not going to pretend that I know a lot about Jazz, but this might be the most unique and interestingly composed album that the genre has to offer. A very fun listen.
7Miles Davis
Kind of Blue

More jazz stuff. I'd say that this is the most easy-listening album on this list.
8King Crimson
In the Court of the Crimson King

I loathe this band for making their music so difficult to access electronically. This is definitely an amazing album; it doesn't strike me as a masterpiece, but I can definitely see how influential it was, and still is today.
Close to the Edge

Some fun prog-rock. Take it or leave it.
10The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Are You Experienced

If you like rock music or metal in any way, shape or form, you need to listen to this.
11The Beatles
Abbey Road

I thought that this was the most annoying and overrated band as a child. I've recently warmed up to them though. Thus far I have listened to this album and Sgt. Pepper; and although this album is great, I think Sgt. Pepper is a lot more compelling musically and conceptually.
Rust in Peace

This is 11/10 musically, but apparently I've had a tougher time getting past the poor vocals than most.
13David Bowie
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars

I love the concept (I'm a sucker for concept albums), but musically this doesn't do anything for me. This is the only Bowie album I've heard so far though, and I'm sure there's at least one album in his massive discography that I would like. I'm excited to hear more of his stuff.
OK Computer

I'm not intending to make people angry by putting this near the bottom, since I know most people on this site love this album. I just personally find it boring. I appreciate the experimental songwriting, but I think Kid A heavily outclasses this.
15Wu-Tang Clan
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

I think the main reason that I dislike this album is because when it comes to hip-hop, I'd rather hear a more concise and focused project from one or two individuals. This album, although the individual members of the group are talented, sounds like a messy amalgamation of ideas that fail to create a cohesive unit.
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