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"Brother" by Alice In Chains, Unplugged

"Shadow Captain" by CSN, CSN

"A Blue Million Miles" by Captain Beefheart, Clear Spot

"I Don't Care Anymore" by Phil Collins, Hello, I Must Be Going (Steve Hoffman remaster)

"Your Gold Teeth" by Steely Dan, Countdown to Ecstasy

"The Spirit of Radio" by Rush, Permanent Waves MFSL

"Midtown Blues" by Jackie McLean, Lee-Way (Lee Morgan as leader)

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The full album of Doppelganger by The Fall of Troy is my go-to reference for new headphones/amps/etc. It's not a pinnacle of mastering, but it has the exact type of organic, highly-complex guitar and drum passages I need to be fully represented by a listening device.

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Queen A Night at the Opera.

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Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor.

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A good one is "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins. Listened to it just the other day and can hear parts I never heard in the song before. Great use of just everything.
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I'll usually use one of the CDs I played on, because I was there when it was recorded and I know what everything sounded like fresh out of the studio.


Otherwise, another track I like to use is The Coast by Paul Simon off the concert in the park from 1991 CD.

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I have a few cds/songs


Vivaldi  - Four Seasons cd,  particularly winter

Pachelbel - Canon in D Major

Dave Matthews Band - Crash

NIN - Closer

Massive attack - Angel 


Just like to have a good difference in music. 

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