actually I posted >>550
but I think I should've put this in there somewhere
Boards of Canada - The Campfire Headphase
>What do I say? I saw a bump, or some of the bumps on [adult swim] featuring their music, I looked into it, and the rest is history. The train bump with "Hey Saturday Sun" sticks out very much in particular. I listen to tracks from this one every now and then; I bought it on vinyl and the press is messed up, but the digital edition works fine~
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
>This was the first Beatles album that I bought when I was somewhere around 13, I was particularly into the track "Nowhere Man". Beatles have gone on to be a huge influence on me, really, huge.
Eiafuawn - Birds in the Ground
>A recent addition, but an instant classic. I'm a big fan of Duster too, but I think this one beats out Stratosphere for me. Anything Clay Parton touches is gold.
The Pillows - FLCL Original Sound Track NO.3
>I do not own this album, nor any Pillows albums, but the Pillows songs featured in FLCL absolutely floored me in the day, and still do.
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
>Another recent addition. Interpol was kind of my "Artist of the Year" for the end of 2016 and largely 2017. But if I had to pick just one Interpol album, it's this one.
The Mountain Goats - Ghana
>A big, meaty compilation (one of three such comps) of The Goats' earlier endeavors. Huge influence on my ideas of production values and releasing music. "All Eternal's Deck" is my favorite but as far as a representation of early Goats and the impact that had on me it's between "Ghana" and "Sweden"
Various Artists - Spider-Man
>The soundtrack to the first Raimi Spider-Man film. This was probably the first CD I really blasted a lot on my own. I remember laying on my bed when I was very young and listening to this album with headphones as I laid down to sleep. Tracks I blast these days from it are "When it Started" by the Strokes, and "Learn to Crawl" by Black Lab.
Nirvana - Nevermind
>In 2011, like teenagers some 20 years prior I got really heavy into Nirvana. It's heavy stuff.
Plumtree - Mass Teen Fainting
>The first two Plumtree and maybe the third, are really tight little packages of 90's bittersweet halifax indie pop. Got into it from Scott Pilgrim. The first album was put out while the band was still in High School I seem to remember, highly recommended.
Runner-Up: Technicolor Teeth - Teenage Pagans
>Really, I think track per track/ounce for ounce/punch of punch this is album goes toe to toe with Nevermind in terms of quality and sonic cohesion. 2014(I think) release. Band is broken up. Needs more exposure.
How To Dress Well - Total Loss
Madvillain - Madvillainy
Agalloch - The Mantle
Portishead - Dummy
Massive Attack - Mezzazine
Calibre - Second Sun
Grammatik - Światła Miasta
Burial - Untrue
The Prodigy - The Fat of the Land
I listed albums that had biggest influence in my current musical taste. The Prodigy is special because it introduced me to conscious music listening. Before my uncle showed me them my music was just what was currently playing on a radio.
I am but a humble maki compared to the other rolls here, but here I go.
Not an audiophile, so I thought I would find it hard to fill it up, but to my surprise it was kinda easy.
>Depeche Mode, Ultra
Depeche Mode are really important to me and shaped my taste in music. "Home" is such a nice song.
The classic track Resonance is here. The whole album is pretty good tho, with "Odyssey" being the cherry on top.
>Especia, G U S T O
Don't be fooled by these girls, even tho they might be idols, the music is pretty good. Vaporwave-ish J pop and cute asian girls, what's not to love? Also listen to "No1 Sweeper"
>The Lotus Eaters, No Sense of Sin
A album so good it really feels like a Best of. I can't fathom why this band didnt have more success than other New-Romantic bands like Duran Duran or Spandau Ballet. Try "You don't need Someone New"
>Depeche Mode, Violator
Yes, two times Depeche Mode here. First album I ever bought and owned.
>S U R F I N G, Deep Fantasy
Another vaporwave entry. "Moonlight" is crazy good.
>The Cure, Disintegration
The Cure are party of the big four for me, along with DM, New Order and The Smiths. I really like "Homesick" from this one.
>New Order, Technique
Absolute masterpiece and the best New Order ever made, imho. "Mr Disco" speaks to me in a very intimate manner.
>Kindan no Tasuketsu - Arabia no Kindan no Tasuketsu
I discovered KNT here on sushichan, and I loved them ever since. This is the very first album I imported, and hopefully not the last. Really interested in getting 3rd Stage Mixtape.
"Tonight, tonight" just makes me feel cute.