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AC/DC - Back in Black
Def Leppard - Hysteria
Motley Crue - Dr. Feelgood
Robert Miles - Dreamland
Queensrÿche - Empire
Anything by Metallica made before 'Load'
Aerosmith - Pump
Controlled Bleeding - Songs from the Grinding Wall
Luna Halo - Shimmer
Noise Works - Touch
Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals
Most anything by Die Krupps
Machines of Loving Grace - S/T and Concentration
Nine Inch Nails - (Halo 8, 9, and 10)
Judas Priest - Painkiller
Barry Manilow... (just kidding)



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Blood on the Tracks- Dylan.
 
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There are so many...

I agree with these

Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac
Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs
Jeff Beck - Blow by Blow
Led Zepplin - Led Zeppelin IV

And I'll add (off the top of my head). Some are on the list as much for technical excellence as anything else. I've excluded "best of"s.

The Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed
Various Artists - Oh Brother Where Art Thou (soundtrack)
Enya - Watermark
Yello - One Second
Linda Ronstadt & The Nelson Riddle Orchestra - What's New
Tony Bennet - The Art of Excellence
John Williams & Boston Pops - Swing, Swing, Swing
Lincoln Mayorga & Distinguished Colleagues - The Missing Link
Various Artists - County (soundtrack, Windham Hill Records)

I likely have more Smile




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Pretty much everything Steely Dan has done.

However, I try not to judge each song and just listen to the whole album in total.
Why worry about a bad song?
But that is just me.
 
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Björk - Homogenic
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I forget about some music sometimes.
Putting some Bjork on.
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XTC- Skylarking


Followed by some XTC



add XTC: English Settlement to that list,

and Costello, Get Happy



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Rush: 2112
Beatles: Abbey Road
Pink Floyd: The Final Cut
Lorde: Pure Heroine
George Ezra: Wanted on Voyage


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Many of my nominees already mentioned. I'll add:

Grateful Dead: Workingman's Dead
Joni Mitchell: Blue
Leonard Cohen: Songs of Leonard Cohen
Leonard Cohen: Songs of Love and Hate
J.J. Cale: Naturally
The Who: Who's Next
Tom Rush: Classic Rush
Elton John: Elton John
Elton John: Tumbleweed Connection
Elton John: Madman Across The Water
The Beatles: Rubber Soul
The Rolling Stones: Beggars Banquet
The Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
Willis Alan Ramsey: Willis Alan Ramsey

Ok, I'll stop.
 
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The Cult - Sonic Temple.

Bought it after hearing Fire Woman and was amazed how the first track Sun King was just as good along with the rest.


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Peter Gabriel, So

Fleetwood Mac, Rumours

And Graceland, but it has been listed already.




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I love every song on Abbey Road, Rubber Soul, Revolver, and Sgt Peppers.

I love every song on Beggars Banquet, Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers, and Exile.

I love every song on Wish You Were Here.

I love every song on Southern Harmony and Amorica.

A few others, Spirngsteen's Nebraska, Aretha's I Never Loved a Man, Dylan's Hwy 61, Sam Cooke At the Copa, Van Morrison's Tupelo Honey, Ryan Adams' Heartbreaker and Cold Roses, Willie's Red Headed Stranger, Jason Isbell's Southeastern, The Killers' Sam's Town...

That's not to say everybody will love all of those songs or that they're all as good as one another... but I certainly don't skip songs when I'm listening to those records, and probably some others that elude me right now.



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Graceland, as already mentioned
Neil Young's "Harvest Moon"


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Deja Vu, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 1970
 
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“Exile on Main Street” is a great, great album. As soon as I thought of the Stones’ tribute to Angela Davis on that album, I left it off my list. Otherwise, they’re good


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I know I have some duplicates here, but:

Slow Turning by John Hiatt

Our Time in Eden by 10,000 Maniacs

Avalon by Roxy Music

Who's Next by the Who

Hotel California by the Eagles

Rumours by Fleetwood Mac

Legend by Poco


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Robert Earl Keen- No Kinda Dancer


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So many out there. Listening to an album from beginning to end is an experience. Some just flow so good, so much so that if the songs were in any other order, it just wouldn't be the same. Some of my favorites include:

Neil Young - On The Beach

Kathleen Edwards - Voyageur

Pink Floyd - Division Bell

Tom Petty - Wildflowers
 
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A number of my favorites have already been mentioned. So to that I will add:

If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Sailor - Steve Miller Band
Blows Against the Empire - Jefferson Starship
Let It Roll - Little Feat

I'll probably think of a few others.




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“Exile on Main Street” is a great, great album. As soon as I thought of the Stones’ tribute to Angela Davis on that album, I left it off my list. Otherwise, they’re good

I've never even heard of Angela Davis... until just now.



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Echolyn - "Mei"

It's cheating, though, since the album is a single, 50 minute song. Smile
 
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Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien

Jeff Beck - There and Back









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