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Unwound A.k.a The Most Essential Band Ever

Ranked. If you haven't heard them yet i strongly advise you to do so, possibly in the order listed here; just phenomenal
7Unwound
Unwound


False Start
6Unwound
The Future of What


The only other Unwound album i can take or leave
5Unwound
Challenge for a Civilized Society


That this is only number 5 is a testament to the band's outstanding discography.
Gr8 stuff
4Unwound
Repetition


The First Unwound I heard, will always have a soft spot for this one
3Unwound
New Plastic Ideas


Sometimes I think this is their best; it's just killer track after killer track honestly
2Unwound
Leaves Turn Inside You


Can anyone say MAGNUM OPUS/Can anyone say HOLY SHIT
1Unwound
Fake Train


Really, I change my mind about which is favourite Unwound album on a daily basis.
Today i seem to favour vitriol, noise and urgency, the vim and vigour of post-
hardcore at it's finest and most powerful. Catch me in another mood and I will say
that anything between 1 and 4 on this list is their best though. Bloody Hell.
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