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This songs are really addictive on headphones
'Superstition' - Stevie Wonder
'To The End of The World' - Pat Metheny Group
Oh YES!!! Especially when the Thunder hits and rumbles in!
'Oxygene Parts I-VI' - Jean Michel Jarre One of those classics that never gets old (for me).
Just (re)discovered "Subterranean Homesick Alien" by Radiohead on my X2s. Oh my.
Especially - Gimmie Little Sign
AC/DC - Rock N Roll Train - Live at River Plate
although makes you Lift 500 lbs in the Gym with one Hand
Second that, but I also end up going back to Radiohead - Karma Police, or Newton Faulkners version of Massive Attacks Teardrop.
Allan Taylor - Color to the Moon (Oh My GOD!!!)
Leonard Cohen - You Want it Darker (That voice)
Dave Matthews Band - What Would You Say (That Band and crystal clear profuction!!!)
I'm sure that somewhere in the 250+ pages of replies, somebody's mentioned it already, but this whole album is phenomenally well recorded and produced, particularly in headphones: "Two Against Nature" by Steely Dan. My favorite on the album is "Godwhacker."
Also, their album "Everything Must Go" is amazing, especially the songs "Green Book" and "Lunch with Gina."
Oops. "Godwhacker" is also on "Everything Must Go." I guess my fave on "Two Against Nature" would be "Janie Runaway" (those horns!) or "Gaslighting Abbie" (that snare!).
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Cold- Post Malone
Great for bass, soundstage and PRAT
Hopefully there's something in here for all...
Saltillo - Grafting
Koop - Koop Island Blues
Eskmo - Cloudlight
Jon Hopkins - Collider
Air - Alone in Kyoto
Rone - Parade
Bonobo - Black Sands
Henry Mancini - Days of Wine and Roses
The Jazzual Suspects - This Beat
Hiatus Kaiyote - Nakamarra
Magentic Man - Flying into Tokyo
Boards of Canada - Roygbiv
Air - La Femme d'Argent
Gheorghe Zamfir - The Lonely Shepherd
And my favourite:
Luke Howard & Nadje Noordhuis- Oversky