Recommend me some amazing electronic albums
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Not so much Massive Attack/Gorillaz.. A bit outside the box. Something I really, really enjoy.
 

 
Another great Amon Tobin:
 
 

 
Just put it on myself!
 
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Chem Bros, MA, & Gorillaz is a pretty wide gamut actually. Here are some of my under-the-radar picks in the trip-hop genre:

Halou - Wiser
Jute - A Violent Narcotic
Laika - Sounds of the Satellites
Spylab - This Utopia
Violet Indiana - Roulette
Waldeck - The Night Garden

More traditional electronica:

Fluke - Risotto
Future Sound of London - ISDN or Dead Cities
Leftfield - Leftism
Orbital - In-Sides, Orbital II, or Snivilisation
OTT - Blumenkraft
Phutureprimitive - Sub Conscious
The Prodigy - Music for the Jilted Generation, The Fat of the Land, or Invaders Must Die
 
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SILVER APPLES -  S/T 1968 debut album.  Very experimental and so far ahead of its time... think Portishead

 
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Here are some of my favorites
 
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works 85-92, Drukqs
Boards of Canada - Twoism, Music Has the Right to Children, Geogaddi, In a Beautiful Place Out In the Country, Trans-Canada Highway (I love BoC very much. You'll probably want to start with Music Has...)
Caribou - Swim
DJ Shadow - Endtroducing...
Flying Lotus - Los Angeles, Cosmogramma
James Blake - James Blake
Walls - Walls, Coracle
 
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Amon Tobin, Richard James (AFX)  & Tom Jenkinson (Squarepusher) are the Daddies. Thank God for Warp records.
 
Any Orb fans out there?
 
 
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The Bloody Beetroots - Romborama
 
 
 

The Bloody Beetroots - Best of Remixes
 
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Thanks for all the replies everyone, thank goodness I have Spotify so I can listen to all these. 

 
Forgot to mention, I'm already a huge fan of Pendulum and The Prodigy but I'll take recommendations to anything similar as well. 
 
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Tricky Maxinquaye
Kraftwerk Man Machine
Martina Topley Bird Quixotic
Elsiane Hybrid
Lamb
Morcheeba
Jean Michel Jarre Oxygene
Klaus Schulze timewind/mirage/X
 
 
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Desiderii Marginis - Procession (Dark ambient, very well thought out, almost makes me cry at times)
 
Fabulous.  I love all his stuff but this latest album may just be his best.  "Silent Messenger" is heartbreaking yet beautiful.
 
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Maybe this?

 
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Burial- Untrue
Skream- SKREAM!
 
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Fabulous.  I love all his stuff but this latest album may just be his best.  "Silent Messenger" is heartbreaking yet beautiful.
I'm glad :) Do you have other ambient recommendations close to the level of art such as this? I'm quite noob with the genre.
 
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Nothing needs to be said about these two. Just open your mind and let it flow in like oxygen.
 
These two along with Prodigy's 'Fat of the Land' would be under the "life changing" catagory for me absolutely.
 
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