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Underrated albums in good discographies

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by xapplexpiex, Oct 26, 2018.

  1. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    There are some bands that have really consistent track records, but I feel a record or two get overlooked and not getting the attention they deserve. For example, Common Existance by Thursday is one of my favorites by them, or maybe my favorite. Medulla is my favorite Bjork record and Domestica is my favorite by Cursive.
     
  2. cherrywaves

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    In Reverie
     
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  3. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    Another good example! Many like Stay What You Are and Through Being Cool for nostalgic purposes, but I got into them way later. I really love Daybreak.
     
  4. navidson

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    Bubblegum by Kevin Devine - His best IMO
     
  5. Vase Full Of Rocks

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    I actually don't think that's true so much anymore. It definitely was at release but now most people I talk to really love that album.

    Edit: I think Under The Boards would surprise me the most because I hear almost no one even mention that album haha
     
  6. Fox83

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    Eve 6 - It's All In Your Head
     
  7. cshadows2887

    Hailey, It Happens @haileyithappens Supporter

    Prince's s/t.
    Cold
    Spring Harbor
    Death of a Ladies Man
    Press to Play
    Woman King
    EP
     
  8. cshadows2887

    Hailey, It Happens @haileyithappens Supporter

    GREAT pick. "Arch Drive Goodbye" is tremendous.
     
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  9. Fox83

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    One of my favorites.
     
  10. vidiviciveni

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    Third Eye Blind - Out of the Vein
    Jimmy Eat World - Damage
    John Mayer - Heavier Things
    Owen - New Leaves
     
  11. zmtr

    WETHER WEATHER BE THE FRo0o0o0o0OST Supporter

    Beirut - No No No
    Bob Dylan - New Morning