Recommend me some amazing electronic albums
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I want some album recommendations. Not just "good" albums, but life changing albums. I don't want to listen to an album where maybe half the songs are good, I want a solid start to finish piece that I can listen to all the way through. 

More specifically, I would like more electronic albums. Lately I've been listening to The Chemical Brothers, Massive Attack, and Gorillaz so anything in that vein would be preferred. 
 
Also, absolutely no dubstep. 
 
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Trouble - Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Drink The Sea - The Glitch Mob
Slurp And Giggle - Opiuo
 
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Etienne de Crecy- Tempovision
Royksopp- Melody AM
Cassius- 1999
Daft Punk- Discovery/Homework
Moby-Play
 
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BP empire or Converting Vegetarians - Infected Mushroom
In Silico or Hold Your Colour - Pendulum
 
 
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Not so much Massive Attack/Gorillaz.. A bit outside the box. Something I really, really enjoy.
 

 

 
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These.
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Not so much Massive Attack/Gorillaz.. A bit outside the box. Something I really, really enjoy.
 
This.
 
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Trouble - Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Drink The Sea - The Glitch Mob
Slurp And Giggle - Opiuo
 
This, but for Daft Punk...Alive albums over any of their studio stuff.
 
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Etienne de Crecy- Tempovision
Royksopp- Melody AM
Cassius- 1999
Daft Punk- Discovery/Homework
Moby-Play
 
Did you seriously just recommend In Silico as a 'life changing album'? Why would you do that? The rest are good ones.
 
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BP empire or Converting Vegetarians - Infected Mushroom
In Silico or Hold Your Colour - Pendulum
 
 
This.
 
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    PORTISHEAD
 
 
Disappointed in myself for not seeing this thread earlier.
 
BT - This Binary Universe (Downtempo)
BT - These Hopeful Machines (Ambient / Trance)
BT - Morceau Subrosa (Ambient)
Burial - Untrue. (Downtempo / Dubstep)
Crystal Method - Vegas (Big Beat)
DJ Fresh - Escape From Planet Monday (DnB)
DJ Shadow - Entroducing... (Trip Hop)
Evol Intent - Era of Diversion (Brutal DnB)
Logistics - Now More Than Ever (Liquid DnB)
PPK - Russian Trance Formation (Trance)
 
These are a good start...
 
EDIT: What's wrong with Dubstep? Burial is Dubstep but it's one of the most genre defining albums I've ever heard. It's absolutely stunning. 
 
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Shpongle - Tales of the Inexpressable
Autechre - Amber
Jean Michael Jarre
 
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boards of canada -- music has a right to children
prefuse 73 -- vocal studies and uprock narratives
dj roots -- music is bezt
 
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Dub Pistols "Point Blank"
Freestylers "We Rock Hard"
dubFX "Everythinks a RMX"
Pendulum "Hold Your Colour"
Front Line Assembly "Millennium"
Statik Sound System "Tempest A"
Orbital "The Alltogether"
 
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Not so much Massive Attack/Gorillaz.. A bit outside the box. Something I really, really enjoy.
 

 
I like you.
 
To the OP, if you can digest Björk, Homogenic is absolutely beautiful. It exhausts you in it's minimalism and sex if that makes any sense.
 
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You should come by the thread in either of our sigs if you're into those suggestions. :wink:
 
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To the OP, if you can digest Björk, Homogenic is absolutely beautiful. It exhausts you in it's minimalism and sex if that makes any sense.
 
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Trentemoller - The Last Resort
Thanks! This is lovely.
 
I'll hit you guys with
Tomoroh Hidari - Some Stars Not Yet Black Holes (dude has shown the effort to go and record some stars singing.)
Desiderii Marginis - Procession (Dark ambient, very well thought out, almost makes me cry at times)
Boards of Canada - Geodaddi (BoC was mentioned earlier. This is more scary)
 
@MorbidToaster, subscribed. I'm not into dance, but there's some good in there too! 

 
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