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People Should Listen To These

Just 5 albums that are unfairly ignored/forgotten/unappreciated
1 The Chameleons
S.cript of the Bridge

S.cript won't come up for some technical reason, so no artwork. Anyway, very good dreamy post-punk with tons of reverb. Joy Division/Interpol fans would like.
2Psychotic Waltz
Into the Everflow

Psychedelic proggy metal, also quite 'dreamy' sounding, lots of great melodies. Apparently John Petrucci is a fan, if you care.
3 Mellow Candle
Swaddling Songs

A very melodic early 70s acid/psychedelic folk album. A bit dated but still good. Great singing & bass-lines.
First Utterance

Another acid folk album but completely different. Sounds like a demented, twisted version of Jethro Tull sped up 50 times. Could be used as the soundtrack to a human sacrifice in the middle of a forest. Very possibly the most evil music ever recorded. Mikael ┼kerfeldt is a big fan, if you care.
5Electric Masada
At the Mountains of Madness

Quality jazz album with a rich, deep sound led by John Zorn. Perhaps sometimes a bit too chaotic but also with some great melodies and improvisation. And some of the best musicianship I've ever heard.
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