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Guns 'N Roses-Appetite for Destruction
My Bloody Valentine-Loveless

These aren't necessarily my favorite albums, but in terms of every song being good, these are the only two I can think of.
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Of course DSOTM - Pink Floyd
Scientist - Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires
Slightly Stoopid - Slightly Not Stoned Enough To Eat Breakfast Yet Stoopid
Velvet Underground - White Light/ White Heat
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Animals - Pink Floyd
Tiesto - In Search of Sunrise 7: Asia
Paul Van Dyk - Cream Ibiza

Many more than I cannot remember now...I usually listen to albums all the way through, these are the few where I actually liked all the songs though
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Stranglers - Feline
Simple Minds - New Gold Dream
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Jarre: oxygene
Depeche mode: violator
Great all the way through.
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Isis - Wavering Radiant
Meshuggah - I
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The Mars Volta-Frances The Mute...mostly because the entire album is just one song separated by tracks.
The Mars Volta-Deloused In the Comatorium (Yeah, I love TMV)
Miles Davis-Kind Of Blue
Radiohead-In Rainbows
Rage Against The Machine-Self titled album
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I have to say Incubus' Morning View album.
Not really an album to show of audio equipment with but always one I love listening to.
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phantom planet - the guest
Augustana - Every Album they have
seether - one cold night
nirvana - nevermind
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Jacintha - here's to ben

absolutely fantastic~
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Not so much love every song but more there's no 'weak' songs:

Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet
Mastered with 5.1 in mind!

Dream Theater - Metropolis Part II: Scenes From A Memory

Pendulum - Hold Your Colour







Mae - Destination:Beautiful

And a few overlooked albums, mainly because of them being mainstream groups (listen before pre-judging):

Evanescence - Origin

By far their best album and craps all over their mainstream stuff. Legally free FLAC download here (ripped from CD's)
Evanescence - Pre-Fallen Discography - Origin & The EPs FLAC Torrent



The Veronicas - Hook Me Up

Teenage pop without the massive cheese that comes with pop tunes.
Very good electropop beats by producer Greg Wells which really make the album good. A 'dark' sounding album, particularly in it's genre of teenage-targeted pop.



Jay-Z - The Black Album
Mainstream Rap that's actually mastered well! No Loudness War here!

Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
One of the most lyrically clever [in terms of storytelling, not so much flow or words] albums ever. Also one of the most paradoxial albums ever production wise, that being produced well but mastered horribly.
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Didn't go through the whole 14 pages so I don't know if this is on here already...

Disturbed - Indestructible

Truly the only album where I love every song
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Gomez - How We Operate
Tori Amos - Scarlet's Walk
Michael Hedges - Oracle
Santana - Caravanserai
Rush - Moving Pictures
Pat Metheny - Imaginary Day
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Paper trails- t.i
Thats the only one ever in my books
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A Wilhelm Scream - Ruiner (Almost perfect pacing throughout the album, so every song feels right at home in its place on the album.)
Coheed and Cambria - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 (Amazing songwriting beginning to end, and if you follow the story, you can really love every song. Again, wonderfully paced.)
Mogwai - Mr Beast (For whatever reason, the ending of this album always seems to come too soon, but it's oddly satisfying, too.)
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