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73. John Prine: John Prine 74. Erykah Badu: Baduizm 75. Sonic Youth: Daydream Nation 76. Kanye West: The College Dropout 77. The Jerry Cans: Nunavuttitut…

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73. John Prine: John Prine

73. John Prine: John Prine

My friend hated this But thought that I would love it, He was right. Love it. Dylan inspired, As good as Dylan at times, like…

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72. The Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir

72. The Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir

Enjoyed this album, For the few days NPR had it up for free. In “Life Ain’t All Bad” his acidic wit rivals only Morrissey. Only…

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71. The Pirates of Penzance

71. The Pirates of Penzance

1968 Decca album. Film version: 1982 Both were good times had, Though film sets were pretty bad, on purpose or not. The pirates were great…

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70. Lorde: Pure Heroine

70. Lorde: Pure Heroine

Atmospheric moods, Lorde is “coming for the crown,” Postal Service crown? Didn’t realize Lorde was so young and still is cheers to her future. Her…

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69. The Lonely Island: Turtleneck & Chain

69. The Lonely Island: Turtleneck & Chain

The first and not last, Truly comedic album on my list so far. Happily vulgar but essentially Weird Al that is a good thing. Love…

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68. Metallica: Metallica (Black Album)

68. Metallica: Metallica (Black Album)

Silly serious, Spinal Tap at times, like their “None more black” cover Take “Of Wolf and Man‘ With “I hunt, therefore I am” And “shapeshift”…

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67. Santana: Abraxas

67. Santana: Abraxas

Santanamazing, Drummer, organist are too Vocals are OK. Love the White Stripesy “I Hope You’re Feeling Better” and all the hits too….

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66. Eagles: Hotel California

66. Eagles: Hotel California

Do people hate this, Or just think they do because Big Lebowski did Side one full of hits, The non-hits did not impress Good and…

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65. Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro

65. Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro

Listened to album from London Philharmonic and film from Paris. The music’s all good, but it helped that the film had English subtitles 3 hours…

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64. Gipsy Kings: Best of Gipsy Kings

64. Gipsy Kings: Best of Gipsy Kings

Love the rhythms, guys, Earwormed from the first listen, Let’s all relax dance! Loved Djobi Djoba, But couldn’t remember if I’ve heard it before

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63. Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape

63. Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape

Decent power pop and good acoustic tunes like “Walking After You” Very helpful that The most offensive song is unlistenable.

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62. Arcade Fire: Reflektor

62. Arcade Fire: Reflektor

Not quite as great as Funeral and The Suburbs But very few are. “Here Comes the Night Time” might be my favorite right now, is…

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61. Kinky Boots: Original Broadway Cast Recording

61. Kinky Boots: Original Broadway Cast Recording

Fun songs. The best is “The History of Wrong Guys” This Cyndi girl’s good!

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60. Tune Yards - whokill

60. Tune Yards – whokill

Start with “My Country” And then just keep on going, Til you reach the end Because these are good, fun and danceable art pop, lofi…

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