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Classics I've Never Jammed

Time for my musical history education to get a big boost. I noticed that I've never actually listened to many legendary albums and I feel that it's time to change that. I put a couple on this list to start with. Please recommend me more true classics from any genre that any music lover ought to have listened to.
1The Beatles
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
2Pink Floyd
The Wall

4.5/5. Was thoroughly enjoyed by this. Of course I knew the hits but never listened to it in full. Excellent flow, great songs and a timeless story.
Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk

4.3/5. Oeff what a rollercoaster ride this was. This has been so meticulously put together its humbling. This might become a 5 in time, but I'm yet a little too uncomfortable with this earlier style of BM to make it easy listening for me. Nevertheless, this is some fantastic stuff.
Highway To Hell

3.8/5. Knew most of these, but I found that the rest are all very same-y. I think just listening to their greatest hits would be enough for any non-fan. Still, it's easy listening roadtrip music with little to dislike.
Close to the Edge
Jane Doe
7Kendrick Lamar
good kid, m.A.A.d city

3.9/5. What a fascinating listen. Except for the hits on the radio (mostly in the 2000's) I never actually listened to a full hip-hop/rap record, so I'm pretty much a complete novice. My image of rap is mostly about ho's, guns and drugs, done pretty much solely by people like the One-Nine'ers from Sons of Anarchy. Of course I always new that it had to be much more than that, and this opened my eyes. Very personal and serious. I might dive a little deeper in this genre to broaden my musical vision further. Very happy I listened to this!
8Bob Marley and The Wailers
9The Doors
The Doors
10Judas Priest

3.0/5. I knew a couple of songs from this but somehow Priest has never really been for me. By all rights they should. It's guitar driven music (I'm a guitarist myself) with technical proficiency (check), an interesting and good vocalist and tight songs. Yet I don't feel anything while listening to Painkiller. It's just all "Yeah this is o.k. I guess". My loss.
11Dimmu Borgir
Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
Hotel California
13The Who
Purple Rain
15Stevie Wonder

4.0/5. Very nice. Didn't know most of these songs. Might jam 'Songs in the Key of Life' some time later since I do know most of those.
16Strapping Young Lad
Still Life
OK Computer

3.6/5. You know what? I went into this fully expecting to hate it, but I didn't. I don't like the Radiohead songs that I know and thus felt quite a bit of skepticism putting this even on here. I fully expected to have a Muse-esque reaction (a band I can't stand for the life of me), but I found Thom Yorke's vocals much more listenable and pleasant than Matt Belemy's.
19Little Richard
Here's Little Richard
20Pink Floyd

Rec by: Meridiu5
21The Beatles

Rec by: Meridiu5
The Mantle

Have seen this on many a 5 list. Dunno if it can be considered a classic really but I'll just add it anyway.

*After listening once, I have no idea how to rate this. This will def. need more listens to show it's true beauty. Really enjoyed this and there is surely a lot of quality music here, but for now I can see this going anywhere between 3.5 and 5 so will refrain from rating until it shows its true colors to me.
23Choking Victim
No Gods, No Managers

Rec by: madrigal30

3.5/5. This made me laugh out loud (in a good way) on a couple of songs. It's silly, fun yet serious and actually quite diverse for a ska/punk record. Its good for what it is, but its not something I will listen to often. I need to be in a pretty specific mood for this.

Rec by: madrigal30
2.5/5. Tbh the most impressive thing I found while listening to this was how early this was made. Didn't really enjoy it a lot though, not much that really grabbed my attention. l'm happy that I listened though, its good to hear where things all started for a genre.
Worship and Tribute

Rec by: onionbubs
Tago Mago

Rec by: MrHarrison
The Dream Is Over

Rec by: madrigal30

Rec by: widowslaugh123
Disraeli Gears

Rec by: SlothcoreSam
30Black Sabbath

Rec by: SlothcoreSam
31Bad Religion

Rec by: SlothcoreSam
Arcane Rain Fell

Rec by: pizzamachine
From One

Rec by: pizzamachine
3.6/5. Ah, this was pretty fun. I listened to my fair share of Nu-metal back in the day and this has a nice nostalgic feel to it. My 14 year old self would have devoured this.
Welcome to Sky Valley

Rec by: TheMightyScoop
Maggot Brain

Rec by: Uzumaki

3.7/5. The title track was pretty amazing, and the other songs on this are groovy as hell, but I liked some clearly better then others. Wars of Armageddon is a horrible mess though, without it this would be a 4 or maybe even higher. Overall a pretty good album.
36The Mothers of Invention
We're Only in It for the Money

Rec by: ArsMoriendi
37Robert Wyatt
Rock Bottom

Rec by: ArsMoriendi
3.2/5. There we parts of this I really liked, and parts that I couldn't really connect with. The crazy nursery rhyme lyrics in Alife are kinda soothing, and Little Red Riding Hood Hit the Road is pretty awesome. It does sometimes sound like a poor man's Genesis though (the old era, not that Phil Collins crap). Owh and those last three minutes are hilarious.
38At The Gates
Slaughter of the Soul

Added myself.
39The Dillinger Escape Plan
Calculating Infinity

Added myself.
40Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast

Added myself.
41Dire Straits
Love Over Gold

Added myself.
A Night at the Opera

Added myself.
4.3/5. Fantastic record that has a lot more to give than just the world-famous singles. 'Seaside Rendezvouz' is a lot of fun and 'The Prophets Song' is amazing.
Holy Diver

Added myself.
44Jethro Tull
Thick as a Brick

Rec by: Uzumaki
4.1/5. This was great! I can see where Ayreon got a lot of his inspiration. Loved the folk elements combined with the old progrock style.
45David Bowie
Diamond Dogs

Rec by: Uzumaki

Rec by: Uzumaki
47King Crimson
In the Court of the Crimson King

Rec by: Uzumaki

3.8/5 This is the kind of music I grew up with, but I somehow never listened to this in full. Its fun and surely revolutionary at the time. Its also quite diverse which I liked. Some of the experimentation gets a little out of hand though, Moonchild in particular. Nevertheless, great album which I will surely jam more in the future.
48Patti Smith

Rec by: Uzumaki
3.1/5. Enjoyed it but didn't love it. One of those where I'm probably completely missing the background and historical significance. This was at times very sexual which was fun, but other than that it didn't do a whole lot for me.
49The Gathering

Rec by: manosg
50Theatre Of Tragedy
Velvet Darkness They Fear

Rec by: manosg
Gutter Ballet

Rec by: manosg
52Mercyful Fate

Rec by: manosg
53Van Morrison
Astral Weeks

Rec by: manosg
54Deep Purple
Machine Head

Rec by: manosg
55Blind Guardian
Nightfall in Middle-Earth

Rec by: manosg
3.5/5. I like my powermetal and I like my Tolkien as well. This was a fun, harmless listen with a couple of really great songs and a couple of less than really great songs for me. Quintessential 3.5 material. Me likey, but me not lovey.

Rec by: manosg
57Arctic Monkeys
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

Rec by: zeitgeistaddendum2

2.9/5 The typical britpop sound with its minimalist approach and squeeky clean guitar sounds have never really been for me, but I can't deny there's a lot of fun energy here. I can't really gel with the dialect either though, making this harder for me to really enjoy.
Enema of the State

Rec by: zeitgeistaddendum2
59Creedence Clearwater Revival
Cosmo's Factory

Rec by: zeitgeistaddendum2
60State Faults
Desolate Peaks

Rec by: Hawks
Watching from a Distance

Rec by: Hawks
American Weekend

Rec by: Hawks
63Rudimentary Peni
Death Church

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog
64Rites of Spring
End on End

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog
66Moss Icon
It Disappears

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog
In the Flat Field

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog
2.5/5. Yeah this did nothing for me. All I hear is just songs with a lot of added noise coming from everywhere, that completely distract me from the songs instead of adding to it. It's not that I think it was bad per se, it was just really not for me.
68Christian Death
Only Theatre of Pain

Rec by: SlicePaperMoog
69Kanye West
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

Rec by: HypedMerchant
70The Get Up Kids
Something to Write Home About

Rec by: HypedMerchant
71Wingnut Dishwashers
Burn the Earth, Leave it Behind

Rec by: HypedMerchant
...And Out Come the Wolves

Rec by: HypedMerchant
73The Cure
Three Imaginary Boys

Rec by: madigral30
74Mr. Bungle

Josh D.
The Moon Is a Dead World

Rec by: Rowhaus
76Thelonious Monk
Brilliant Corners

Rec by: Josh D.
77Stars of the Lid
And Their Refinement Of The Decline

Rec by: Josh D.
3.8/5. This could either be a 2 or a 5 depending on my situation. It's super mood-dependent, but what it aims it does fantastic. Its almost like a soundtrack to a very mood driven art house movie. It's music to let your mind wander or even to fall asleep to. I had a very good time for about 40 minutes, but for a tentative listen its quite a bit too long.
78The Mars Volta
De-Loused in the Comatorium

Rec by: Josh D.

Rec by: Uzumaki
80Talking Heads
Remain in Light

Rec by: Uzumaki
3.75/5. This was pretty damn good music. Even though it's pretty easy listening, it's got a lot of complex layers that give it a lot of depth. About a good hour after listening, and nothing has really stuck though.
81The Clash
London Calling

Rec by: Uzumaki
82Sly and The Family Stone
There's A Riot Goin' On

Rec by: widowslaugh123
83New Kids on the Block
Hangin' Tough

Rec by: SlothcoreSam
84At the Drive-In
Relationship of Command

Rec by: Ocean of Noise
Mental Vortex

Rec by: Ocean of Noise
2.7/5. I went into this with a very open mind, but it is once again proven to me that Thrashmetal is really not for me. Instrumentally this was at some points really great and interesting, but the rest of the time I found it to be pretty boring. I also really don't like the vocals on this.
86Fates Warning
Perfect Symmetry

Rec by: Ocean of Noise

Rec by: Snake.
88Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate)
What It Takes to Move Forward

Rec by: Snake.
89The Promise Ring
Nothing Feels Good

Rec by: Snake.
Who You Are Is Not Enough

Rec by: Snake.
91Trespassers William
Different Stars

Rec by: Snake.
Above the Weeping World

Rec by: Dedes
93Cyndi Lauper
Shes So Unusual

Added myself
3.0/5. The singles are fantastic, but the others songs are not that special really. It's clear why these songs were picked to become the world famous songs we all know and love (or not).
94Talk Talk
Laughing Stock

Added myself
95John Coltrane
A Love Supreme

Rec by: Zig
96Faith No More
Angel Dust

Added myself
Chicago Transit Authority

Rec by: neekafat
98Dixie Chicks

Rec by: neekafat

Added myself
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