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John Mayer Continuum
Continuum is one of those albums that even though it doesn't really have conceptual feelings to it, it still gets by on the pure talent of John Mayer. Every song on the album is great and John Mayer shows his amazing guitar skills as there is a good collection of both acoustic and electric songs on the album.
Eric Clapton Unplugged
This is an amazing album. "Unplugged" shows the versatility of Eric Clapton as a guitarist and as a musician. The way he is able to take hard rock songs such as "Layla" and change them into acoustic masterpieces is amazing, and to top it all off this is a live album.
Kindo Rhythm, Chord & Melody
This album is amazing. The amount of instrumental ability that this band has is amazing. Their sound,feel, and overall musical ability are amazing and this album displays those aspects beautifully as each song is a journey that sucks you in and only makes you want to find out more.
The Roots undun
This is my favorite album by The Roots. The story of Redford Stevens is quite a good,gripping story. The album is really good but not perfect, the story is good but far too familiar in comparison the other stories. All the songs are good on the album but a few suffer from lackluster hooks. These problems are minor and shouldn't deter anybody from listening to this album. It's a great concept album and one of the best albums of 2011
Sufjan Stevens Illinois
An amazing musical adventure. When it comes to songwriting, Sufjan Stevens is one of the best. His unique sound and creative tunes help make Illinois one of the best albums I've ever heard.
Andy McKee Art of Motion
I absolutely love this album. Andy McKee was the first guitarist that I ever saw, that does what he does. The way he is able to manipulate the guitar to make his masterpieces is genuine perfection. A couple years after finding this album, I have completely delved into the world of acoustic guitar, all because of this album. There isn't a single song that isn't well written or well played and the almost surreal feeling I get from listening to this album is amazing.
Hopsin Raw
This album is a diamond in the rough for me. It's a very good sophomore album for a rapper that has had his fair share of unlucky breaks. Hopsin delivers his message's very swiftly and with no mercy as he has no problem with sharing his stories of hate towards many people and many aspects to mainstream hip-hop industry. Raw is a very strong album and is a must listen for people who are looking for a relatively fresh face in the game.

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