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In no particular order, 15 albums you should own!

N. Hudson
 
The Crow
The Crow
"Quite simply the best soundtrack I've ever heard, and a perfect accompaniment to the movie:  dark and gothic.  A good mix of well-known and little-known artists, and almost every track is good!"
Merge
Merge
"I first heard of FLNL on the Crow s/t, and immediately went out and bought this.  The most rocking openly Christian band I've ever heard!  I can listen to this again and again without tiring..."
Gilt
Gilt
"Another band I heard first on the Crow s/t.  Their second album Concentration is also very good, but this (their third) is their best."
Ungod
Ungod
"Their first and best album, with David Suycott on drums.  After this album he left the band, and was next heard on Gilt (see above)."
Scenery & Fish
Scenery & Fish
"An amazing album, which far surpassed their first, and owing to a change in lead singer and direction, far surpassed any future offerings too..."
Naveed
Naveed
"Another great Canadian band.   Their Live album would also be a very worthwhile purchase!"
Tangents: Tea Party Collection
Tangents: Tea Party Collection
"Not their best album, but a best of, and possibly the best introduction to a truly awesome band."
Fast Stories From Kid Coma
Fast Stories From Kid Coma
"Speaking of Truly... Easily one of the most overlooked, under-rated bands that came out of Seattle.  The line-up includes ex-members of Soundgarden & Screaming Trees if that's likely to influence you."
Diary
Diary
"Another criminally overlooked band from Seattle.  Often described as emo, but sounding nothing like the eMpTV bands of the moment who share that tag.  Also check out The Fire Theft, and Jeremy Enigk."
Unplugged
Unplugged
"The definitive unplugged album from the Seattle scene.  Yes, that's right - it is better than Nirvana's!"
Live
Live
"Could this be the coolest live album ever? Quite possibly.  As usual, everything Dough Martsch touches, turns to gold."
Aenima
Aenima
"I'm not sure that Aenima is my favourite Tool album, but it's probably the most accessible.  You should own them all, but start here and see what you've been missing.  Perfect..."
The General Electric
The General Electric
"The best album Shihad have released.  Love Is The New Hate is also good, and so is (despite it's differences) the Pacifier album, and their self-titled third album.  The Pacifier Live album is a must!"
Rage Against The Machine
Rage Against The Machine
"Their first and best.  Every home should have one."
A Change of Seasons
A Change of Seasons
"Probably the longest EP ever released.  One of DT's finest tracks (lasting a glorious 24 minutes or so).  Their 2nd and 3rd albums are also well worth a listen..."