Recommend me some amazing electronic albums
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Good job with the Selected Ambient albums. Prodigy though...I dun no. I honestly thought Crystal Method and Chemical Brothers rocked Big Beat better than Prodigy ever did. Good albums, but life changing? Meh.
 
EDIT: Also, gonna go ahead and recommend the new Sub Focus before the damn thing even drops because judging by the singles released so far it's going be one of the most massive DnB albums of all time. Seriously, unless for some reason he seriously drops the ball it'll blow it up. 
 

 
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Well, a little late isn't bad.
 
BT - This Binary Universe
Amon Tobin - ISAM
Camo & Krooked - Cross The Line
Noisia - Split The Atom
Evol Intent - Era of Diversion
The Glitch Mob - Drink The Sea
Sub Focus - Sub Focus
Amon Tobin - Foley Room
 
Anything off the Ninja Tune (made by Amon Tobin) label is basically gold as well.
 
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Anything by Kashuks
 
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Although I could list some older stuff, I've been jamming to these two new albums from Comiket 82 the most.

- White Clear
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scRNvY2OVSQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=addvSYK8Ywk&feature=youtube_gdata_player

- NOT 4 ON THE FLOOR
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkAeo6JJMV8&feature=youtube_gdata_player)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AkEoUEwMas&feature=youtube_gdata_player


However the best album/mix I will remember forever is Dieselboy - Sixth Session.

Another great album was Defragmentation - Self Construct. This further opened my eyes to experimental music/breakcore.
 
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This one   ^   always my fav
 
 

 
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Decent:
 
Bjork- Vespertine
Steve Tibbetts- A Man About a Horse
Amon Tobin- Supermodified
Nils Petter-Molvaer- Solid Ether
FSOL- Lifeforms
 
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i think of all the amazing albums iv ever heard, the only one that actually changed my musical life and changed the way i listen to music would be
 
gridlock - formless
 
 

 
 
the genre is supposedly something called "technoid" (not to be confused with techno). listening to this album (although atypical to what i usually listen to) was like having an epiphany...
 
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i think of all the amazing albums iv ever heard, the only one that actually changed my musical life and changed the way i listen to music would be
 
gridlock - formless
 
 

 
 
the genre is supposedly something called "technoid" (not to be confused with techno). listening to this album (although atypical to what i usually listen to) was like having an epiphany...
 
Good recommendation!  Never heard it before - currently on track 4 and it's excellent so far...
 
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Good recommendation!  Never heard it before - currently on track 4 and it's excellent so far...
 
 
glad you liked it. finding this album was actually a big step for me in my musical development. i have a couple other albums by gridlock but they all pale in comparison.
if your interested, one of the two dj's responsible for gridlock released a solo album under the name dryft. the album is called  The Mytotyc Exyt (2002) and is also very very good.
 
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@adamlr, the Gridlock album is very solid. Thanks mate!
 
@Redcarmoose thans for the encyclopedia metallum link for the CoO the past day in the metöl thread, they had a new record out recently and I'd completely missed it! So thanks a ton:) got my copy right here, by my turntable <3
 
Any new ambient-records to add?
 
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glad you liked it. finding this album was actually a big step for me in my musical development. i have a couple other albums by gridlock but they all pale in comparison.
if your interested, one of the two dj's responsible for gridlock released a solo album under the name dryft. the album is called  The Mytotyc Exyt (2002) and is also very very good.
 
I'll check that out.  I'm currently enjoying Deru - Say Goodbye to Useless (http://www.discogs.com/Deru-Say-Goodbye-To-Useless/master/305918 ) which I discovered upon following what the Gridlock guys did next.  Mike Wells seems to have turned his talents to other people's work; he mastered this one. 
 
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@adamlr, the Gridlock album is very solid. Thanks mate!
 
 
much obliged! im glad to see that other people appreciate this album =]
 
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I'll check that out.  I'm currently enjoying Deru - Say Goodbye to Useless (http://www.discogs.com/Deru-Say-Goodbye-To-Useless/master/305918 ) which I discovered upon following what the Gridlock guys did next.  Mike Wells seems to have turned his talents to other people's work; he mastered this one. 
 
 
i think theyr both called mike actually... i havnt the time just yet to listen to the whole thing but i listened to "Peanut Butter & Patience" and was well impressed, thank for the recommendation, ill definitely be checking these guys out.
 
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Global Communication - 76:14 (Ambient heaven)
 
Plaid - Rest proof clockwork (You will NOT beat this for sheer aural delight!)
 
Autechre (Just about any of theirs will titillate your ear drums BIG time!).
 
Aphex twin - Chosen Lords (God speaketh unto thee)
 
Squarepusher - Selection Sixteen (Best DnB of all time?)
 
So much much better than yer FSOL and yer Moby.
 
 Praise the lord for WARP records! Praise the lord for REPHLEX!!!
 
 Ps......try some 'Tortoise' down your lug holes.
 
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