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post #31 of 750

I have never listened to a 10/10 album before. But many 9.9/10's. Some off the top of my head:

Pink Floyd - DSOM, Animals

Streetlight Manifesto - Everything Goes Numb

Explosions In the sky - The Earth Is not a cold dead place

Do Make Say Think - Other Truths

Russian Circles - Enter, Station

Mono - Hymn To The Immortal Wind

Tool - Laturalus 

post #32 of 750

Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn.

 

Thank me later.

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post #34 of 750

^ Yes

 

JS Bach - Brandenburg Concertos - The English Concert

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post #36 of 750

Mahavishnu Orchestra - Inner Mounting Flame &  Birds of Fire

Larry Coryell and Ralph Towner - The Restful Mind

Larry Coryell - Dragongate

Pat Martino - Baijina

The Grateful Dead - the sequence of Dark Star, St. Stephen and The Eleven off of Live/Dead (cheating I know).

John McLaughlin - the acoustic side of My Goal's Beyond (another cheat).

John Coltrane - Giant Steps

Gil Evans - Out of the Cool

Sam Rivers - Fuchsia Swing Song, Contours, and the Blue Note combo with the Andrew Hill album on it.

Charles Mingus - Changes I and Changes II (and so many others)

Ronald Shannon Jackson - Mandance

Ornette Coleman - Body Meta

 

I guess I'm too easy on them, or I've been blessed to hear a lot of great music.  This list could go on and on.

 

- Ed

post #37 of 750

Abbey Road - The Beatles

 

may not be for everyone, just one of my personal fav's as an album

post #38 of 750

"No filler" albums... tough, really tough. I'll give it a try anyway.

 

Good call on Björk's "Post".

 

In alphabetical order:

Alice (Italian singer) - Il sole nella pioggia

Anderson, Laurie - Home of the Brave OST

Bright Eyes - Digital Ash in a Digital Urn (not something I listen to that often, but when I do, it's from beginning to end)

Bush, Kate - Hounds of Love

Gabriel, Peter - s/t IV / Security

OMD - Architecture & Morality

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Peepshow

Vega, Suzanne - Songs in Red and Gray (maybe not her best, but certainly consistent)

 

Not entirely sure:

Cocteau Twins - Treasure (haven't listened to that one in a while)

Oldfield, Mike - The Songs of Distant Earth (it's a (lengthy) concept piece, and having those compete with conventional "collection of songs" type albums doesn't seem entirely fair to me)

post #39 of 750
One very obvious one:

King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King

Then

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here & Animals

and

Roger Waters - Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking & Amused to Death

I'd say early Judas Priest being very perfect but I guess most metal lovers regard the interplays as fillers. frown.gif I love them, makes Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny very progressive sounding!
post #40 of 750

The Hellacopters - By The Grace of God.

 

It's an underrated diamond.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TkQ5lLRf-Q -- Rainy Days Revisited, possibly my all-time favorite song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On3ItSg1BWI -- Pride. Another great one, for slightly different reasons.

post #41 of 750

For me it's...

 

Radiohead- In Rainbows, Kid A

Miles Davis- Kind of Blue

Aphex Twin- Richard D. James Album

Pink Floyd- DSOTM

 

Not a weak track on any of them IMO.

post #42 of 750

Loveless by My Bloody Valentine is flawless

 

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post #43 of 750

Interpol - Antics === fantastic, no filler on this CD.

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Weezer - Blue album. One of my favorite albums of all time. Every song is great!

 

Inception OST - Does this count?

 

The Shins - Wincing the Night Away. One of those albums I love to test new headphones with.

post #45 of 750

I think Spiritualized's Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space is both one of the best albums of all-time and one of the best-sounding albums. Not Radiohead but Spiritualized seem (to me) to be the true successors to Pink Floyd, who seem to be pretty popular on H-F.

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