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Hellish Good Albums

R. Batham "liquoricejohndeath"
 
Knock Knock
Knock Knock
"Bill Callahan has got that something extra.  one of the few artists I can listen to over and over again, and never tire of.  All of his albums since Wild Love are class...growers"
Infected
Infected
"one of the great albums of the 80's.  ferociously political (but not pretentious or above its station like some other bands i won't mention...U2) and full of invention. Underrated"
Home... Plus
Home... Plus
"Hugely underated and cursed by A Whiter Shade of Pale's success.  Procol were a reet good rock/blues/progressive band.  Home is the hardest and darkest album they ever did...quality"
Pink Moon
Pink Moon
"easily his best album, what he was all about...just him and his guitar and every track instantly memorable.  not a massive fan of his other wishy washy stuff"
Mighty Joe Moon
Mighty Joe Moon
"Quality...melodic hard rocking grown up music for grown ups...Grant Lee Phillips is a tallented fella"
Master And Everyone
Master And Everyone
"Like Bill Callahan...a true musical genius.  song for song Will Oldham is possibly the best songwriter working today.  all of BPB's albums are equally as good"
Love Songs
Love Songs
"Great album, Rock n Roll with a desert tinge, easily Howe Gelbs most listenable album"
Porcupine (Expanded & Remastered)
Porcupine (Expanded & Remastered)
"Ocean Rain and Heaven up Here seem to be their most highly regarded albums, but this is what they were all about...propulsive, dark and compelling.  More consistent than the aforementioned"
Dust
Dust
"Quality...Halo of Ashes, Dying Days, Witness and Gospel Plow raise the standard above that of Sweet Oblivion (also quality)"
The Spotlight Kid/Clear Spot
The Spotlight Kid/Clear Spot
"Clear Spot is the Captain at his most accessible and listenable.  some real good tracks that show what a genious he was when he curbed his unlistenable eccentricities"
Cure For Pain
Cure For Pain
"Great album...nearly every song is a cracker.  their style is a bit of an acquired taste though and may put some off to begin with."
Arthur - Or The Decline and Fall Of The British Empire
Arthur - Or The Decline and Fall Of The British Empire
"a toss-up between this and Something Else.  But this was the kinks at their peak."
Demanufacture
Demanufacture
"heavy, dark, high in concept and highly original on its release.  Unfortunately it had a hand in spawning nu metal"
Elk-Lake Serenade
Elk-Lake Serenade
"Hellish good.  Sombre yet uplifting"
FIELD SONGS
FIELD SONGS
"His most consistant and evocative album.  Although Bubblegum is more varied, this is the Lanegan album i listen to most"
Nightcap: The Unreleased Masters 1972-1991
Nightcap: The Unreleased Masters 1972-1991
"Chateau D'Isaster is Ian Anderson at his peak...a musical genius.  Dark, raw and wierd but awe inspiring. It is unbelieveble that he decided to shelve this masterpiece"
Master Of Puppets
Master Of Puppets
"A classic....well ahead of it's time, still sounds fresh today."