A-Z of Albums...

arushofjacktothehead

A Wispa, A Wispa, A Wispa
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X&Y- by the singing man and his capped friend

And his other Scottish friend and his other friend with drumsticks
 

anthamic

You're a Sky Full of Stars
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Yellow Submarine - The Beatles


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gentleparachute

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ZZ Top's First Album (yes guys, it is actually called this :p :rolleyes:) - ZZ Top

EDIT: Dang, forgot Zooropa from U2
 
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cp3176

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A Head Full Of Dreams - Christopher Anthony John Martin's Band
 

anthamic

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Box Car Racer - Box Car Racer


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Chasing Yesterday - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

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anthamic

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Drowning Pool - Drowning Pool
 

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Foo Fighters - Foo Fighters


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cp3176

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Nevermind, this comment was dumb.

EDIT: if anyone was wondering, I said Idioteque from Radiohead not realizing this was the A-Z for albums game... Quite "Idioteque" of me, wouldn't you think? :p
 
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Opalescent - Jon Hopkins. Perhaps one of the best chill albums of all time. It really isn't even electronic, yes part of it is formed with electronic elements but you consistently find acoustic/electric guitars in it. There's background synths and electronic drumbeats but it's not overtly electronic like Immunity. I find it funny that those effects and stuff were most likely actually electronically generated although felt completely organic, yet Immunity has that kind of "obvious" electronic vibe to it even though he did stuff with normal everyday objects to form the record :D Of course it doesn't feel completely electronic, just an organic electronic that feels more electronic then organic, Opalescent, which was prob more electronic... oh well, I'm getting twisted up in my words here, you all know what I mean, this isn't supposed to be an album review thread anyways :lol:
 
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