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Murmur [Bonus Tracks] [Australian Import]
"R.E.M.'s terrific debut is as essential as music gets. All of their albums are great (bar the most recent) but Murmur is an album you should hear if you have even the slightest interest in good music."
New Adventures In Hi-Fi (U.S. Version)
"This is their rawest, darkest, hardest, longest and most ecclectic album. Possibly their greatest as well."
"Bone Machine is a brutal avante-garde blues album and my favourite by Tom Waits. If you've never heard a Tom Wait's album, buy one. Bone Machine is intense so Rain Dogs may be a better introduction."
Nighthawks At The Diner
"His third album was recorded in the studio but in the style of a live concert, full of hilarious anecdotes and great jazz songs. I love it's beatnik sensibilities."
"The follow-up to Nighthawks is an emotional and witty masterpiece containing Wait's greatest song, Invitation To The Blues. These two albums will increase your alchohol consumption, though."
Lark's Tongues in Aspic: 30th Anniversary Edition
"Genuinely unique. A tapestry of incredible sounds that range from intangible to ear-shattering. Listening to this will be a revelation, it's an incredible album."
Red, 30th Anniversary Edition
"King Crimson's last album of the seventies is their heaviest. Less ambitious than Larks... but much more powerful."
In The Court Of The Crimson King [Original Master Edition]
"Their debut is often cited as the the first progressive rock album and as one of the greatest. The use of a mellotron gives a real depth and texture to the songs, which still sound innovative today."
Get Happy! (Expanded Edition)
"Twenty tracks of motown inspired brilliance from one of the greatest musicians of the last thirty years. Most of Costello's work is flawless, this one's just the most fun to listen to."
Imperial Bedroom (Expanded Edition)
"A stunning masterpiece. The complexity of the songs is enunciated by brilliant production. Listening to this album with headphones is truly psychedelic!"
This Years Model
"A vicious punk album that's full of catchy tunes. Probably the best place to start of you're new to Costello."
"Undoubtably Bowie's best album, it's perfect from begining to end."
"His electronica collaboration with Brian Eno is one of his most celebrated and for good reason. It's one of those albums you can never really get tired of."
Before And After Science
"Brian Eno himself has made many great albums, this is a good starting place as it contains one half funky, avante-garde pop and one half of the most beautiful music you'll ever hear."
Selling England By The Pound
"Selling England By The Pound is a quirky and often beautiful album with the lengthy Firth Of Fifth and The Cinema Show standing out in particular. Most probably Genesis' best album."
"Abbey Road is unbelievably good. Really. Even with all the acclaim it's recieved, I'm still taken aback by it's quality."
"The quintessential Beatles album. Brilliant."
Trilogy (Working Mans Dead/ American Beauty / Live Dead)
"Three fantastic albums by The Grateful Dead; Workingman's Dead and American Beauty are country blues masterpieces. Live/Dead on the other hand showcases their legendary talent on-stage."
"The Cure's best album has such a downbeat atmosphere to it but it's not a depressing album, rather it's reflective. All the songs are great but especially All Cats Are Grey and The Funeral Party."
"The third, sci-fi/rock album by the Pixies is also the best but the other three albums are well worth picking up, as is lead singer and composer, Frank Black's solo work ."
"The Doors terrific debut still sounds edgy today."
"Roxy Music are a great band and Stranded is their best album. It's all over the place, mixing funk, rock and jazz with Brian Ferry's obscure vocal performances. Worth it for Mother Of Pearl alone."
Remain In Light
"I don't know how to describe this. Just buy it."
"Sufjan Stevens lush homage to the American state is a sprawling country pop album full of brilliance."
Rant In E-Minor
"He's right about pretty much everything and hilarious too. Actually, this album and his other releases are of the most insightful observations on society I've heard, often brutally so."
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