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Aenima
Aenima
"The most confusingly brilliant album ever. Proggier than even basic kitchen utensils. Heavy where it should be, emotive and spacey everywhere else, always wonderfully dynamic... don't expect Slipknot."
Little Earthquakes
Little Earthquakes
"This album is incredibly beautiful. Tori has the best voice on the planet. Hear it and weep."
City
City
"The best heavy metal album I've ever heard. The apocalypse on plastic."
Dummy
Dummy
"An absolutely gorgeous record. Lie down and don't expect to move til the end."
CALCULATING INFINITY
CALCULATING INFINITY
"This is the noisiest, most extreme and most terrifying hardcore album I can listen to without cringing. Ridiculously pretentious widdling and time sigs. See them live like your life depends on it."
The Shape of Punk to Come
The Shape of Punk to Come
"Best punk album ever. Tunes, grudges, rage. Mad swedish wailing."
Kid A
Kid A
"About as progressive as music can be and still constitute songs. 'Idioteque' is incredible, the rest of the album is merely brilliant. First one to spot a guitar gets a biscuit."
Welcome To Sky Valley
Welcome To Sky Valley
"Incredible stoner rock record. Huge, mongy songs. The riffs are thicker than your arm."
Badmotorfinger
Badmotorfinger
"Consistently incredible album. Much more 'metal' than later Soundgarden stuff. Brilliant songs. 'Jesus Christ Pose'. Say no more."
S.c.i.e.n.c.e.
S.c.i.e.n.c.e.
"You know exactly where to shove 'Make Yourself'. This is the most incredibly fun record imaginable. Laden with funk, metal, bizarre warblings and surreally structured songs. Love it."
Drukqs
Drukqs
"Wonderful record. Best 'dance' music there is, though if you can dance to this you should probably see a doctor."
Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada
Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada
"A rabble of hermit canadians make up this lot, the strangest band on the planet. Absolutely beautiful, somewhere between post-rock and classical. Again, a must see live."