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This is a compilation of some albums I just recently found, with or without this site. Feel free to list some of your own if yopu have any.
|1||The Grateful Dead|
From the Mars Hotel
Jam rock is starting to consume my musical tastes as a whole. I've already found several albums by this band to be quite appealing, and this is one of the less memorable releases I enjoy.
|2|| ||Beastie Boys|
I've never been a fan of hip-hip, but this is one of those albums from the good old 80's that has good non-mediocre beats and amazing vocals by great MC's. This is a classic on ever level.
|3||The Allman Brothers Band |
Eat A Peach
Another huge factor in my jam rock interests, I personally love their earlier albums, but their newset stuff is an amazing comeback from their mid-career.
Led Zeppelin II
I'm almost ashamed that I didn't find this earilier on in my Led Zeppelin interests. This is one of their best albums next to Houses of the Holy.
You've Come A Long Way, Baby
My dad bought this recently and we listened to it in the car. I've been listening to Fatboy Slim for at least 2 years, and had completely forgot how good this was. I'm good that interest was sparked again.
|6||30 Seconds to Mars|
30 Seconds to Mars
I don't even know how excatly I came along this, but I'm pretty glad that I did. There are some pretty good places in this album, and it's rather excited.
|7||Grandmaster Flash And The Furious Five |
Another huge example of good old-school MC rocking. Back when hip-hop artists weren't afraid to hire REAL musicians to play, or better yet, play themselves. This is fantastic.
I actually like this man's second solo album more than his first one. The consistency is rigid and he explores a better sound overall all throughout the album. It's unsteady treading is the album's upbringing.
|9||The Republic Tigers|
This is absolutely phenomenal given what I was expecting. This is often my alternative when metal isn't working out for me.
|10||The Sugarhill Gang|
Another great hip-hop record that is appealing to me. It's safe to say for me, that most 80's MC records are going to please me.