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Quarantine Albums

Between the occasional quarantine sex, making sure the little ones are entertained so they don't destroy my house,, and binge-watching shows I couldn't care less about otherwise, my time has been spent discovering music i had never really given a chance under normal conditions.
1Oranssi Pazuzu
The Sin and the Sentence

ok this is actually pretty decent. It's nothing groundbreaking, but extremely catchy and well-executed. Much better than the piss they passed off as music before.
3So Hideous
To Clasp a Fallen Wish With Broken Fingers
4Regarde Les Hommes Tomber
5Gang of Youths
Go Farther in Lightness
6The Speed of Sound in Seawater
Red Version
7Time To Burn
8Okkervil River
Black Sheep Boy
9Coheed and Cambria
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3

I have never really given these guys a chance until now at the behest of my girl. While Claudia's vocals can be a bit grating at times, the music is excellent. Highlights would be the title track and Blood Red Summer
10Thank You Scientist
Maps of Non-Existent Places
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