Vinyl Me, Please - 52 Essential Albums to Own on Vinyl

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Vinyl Me, Please - 52 Essential Albums to Own on Vinyl

Post by StevieFan13 » Fri Mar 31, 2017 5:52 am

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- Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion
- Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
- The Beatles - Revolver
- Beck - Sea Change
- Beirut - The Flying Cub Cup
- The Black Keys - Thickfreakness
- Blur - Think Tank
- Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right to Children
- Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
- Bon Iver - Bon Iver
- Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
- Darkside - Psychic
- David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
- Dire Straits - Love Over Gold
- DJ Shadow - Endtroducing...
- The Felice Brothers - The Felice Brothers
- The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
- Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
- Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
- Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
- Joanna Newsom - Have One on Me
- John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
- Joni Mitchell - Blue
- Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
- Kid Koala - 12 bit Blues
- Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
- Madvillain - Madvillainy
- Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
- Michael Jackson - Thriller
- Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
- My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
- Neil Young - Harvest
- Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
- Panda Bear - Tomboy
- Paul Simon - Graceland
- Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
- Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
- Portishead - Third
- R.L. Burnside - Too Bad Jim
- Radiohead - Kid A
- Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come
- The Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St.
- Sigus Ros - Agaetis Byrjun
- Slint - Spiderland
- Steely Dan - Aja
- The Strokes - Is This It
- Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
- Van Morrison - Moondance
- The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream
- The White Stripes - Elephant
- Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
- Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand - Sir Duke (1976)

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