Listen To One Album I’ve Never Heard Before Each Week

Let’s ‘ave it then, shall we?

  1. Mudhoney, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge
  2. Magnetic Fields, 69 Love Songs
  3. Pedro the Lion, It’s Hard to Find a Friend
  4. The Mountain Goats, Heretic Pride
  5. Kaki King, Glow
  6. The Wooden Sky, Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon A Sun
  7. Archive, Londinium
  8. Archive, You All Look The Same To Me
  9. Drive-By Truckers, Southern Rock Opera
  10. Cut Copy, In Ghost Colours
  11. David Gilmour, On An Island
  12. She & Him, Volume One
  13. Tedeschi Trucks Band, Live: Everybody’s Talking
  14. J.D. McPherson, Signs and Signifiers
  15. Black Prairie, A Tear In The Eye Is A Wound In The Heart
  16. Alt-J, An Awesome Wave
  17. Drive-By Truckers, Brighter Than Creation’s Dark
  18. Gogol Bordello, Super Taranta
  19. The Naked and Famous, Passive Me Aggressive You
  20. Hey Rosetta!, Seeds
  21. John Mellencamp, No Better Than This
  22. Jason Isbell, Southeastern
  23. Jose Gonzalez, In Our Nature
  24. Snapcase, Progression Through Unlearning
  25. Ween, 12 Golden Country Greats ✓ (whoever suggested this one’s a freaking genius)
  26. Okkervil River, Black Sheep Boy
  27. The Wrens, The Meadowlands
  28. Beirut, Gulag Orkestar 
  29. Hedwig & the Angry Itch, original cast album
  30. Blitzen Trapper, Furr
  31. Teenage Head, Frantic City
  32. The Creepshow, Run For Your Life 
  33. NOFX, War On Errorism
  34. Stiff Little Fingers, Hanx! (These last six suggestions came courtesy Pearl Jam Heather: “Clearly, I think you need more punk in your diet. And before you make that face you make every time I suggest something to you, that face that conveys your uncertainty at my suggestion, consider my recommendation track record where you’re concerned. You know it’s solid.” Totally valid point.)
  35. Cold Specks, I Predict a Graceful Explosion
  36. Beck, Sea Change 
  37. The Civil Wars, Barton Hollow
  38. Silversun Pickups, Neck of the Woods
  39. Of Monsters and Men, My Head Is An Animal
  40. The Unicorns, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?
  41. Dan Kelly, Drowning in the Fountain of Youth
  42. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Naturally
  43. Sunset Rubdown, Random Spirit Lover
  44. Anais Mitchell, Hadestown
  45. Anais Mitchell, Young Man in America
  46. Drive-By Truckers, Decoration Day
  47. Thom Yorke, The Eraser
  48. July Talk, s/t
  49. Sweetgrass, s/t
Got any suggestions? Leave them in the comments! I’ll listen to all the ones that don’t suck; I won’t be stopping at fifty-two, by the way, so keep ’em coming throughout the year. (Note: the Pink Floyd discography isn’t being counted towards #17.)
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10 thoughts on “Listen To One Album I’ve Never Heard Before Each Week

  1. 1. Frank Turner – England Keep My Bones
    2. Brand New – The Devil & God Are Raging Inside Me
    3. The Heavy – Glorious Dead
    4. The Heavy – The House That Dirt Built
    5. Jimmy Eat World – Bleed American
    6. Raine Maida – Hunter’s Lullaby
    7. Placebo – Meds
    8. Placebo – Battle of the Sun
    9. AFI – Crash Love
    10. Amanda Palmer – Who Killed Amanda Palmer
    11. David Bowie – Aladdin Sane
    12. David Usher – Wake up and say goodbye
    13. David Usher – Strange birds
    14. Depeche Mode – Violator
    15. Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP
    16. Garbage – Version 2.0
    17. Watch the Throne
    18. Lights – The Listening
    19. Limp Bizkit – Significant Other
    20. Limp Bizkit – Chocolate Starfish & the hot-dog flavoured water
    21. Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory
    22. My Chemical Romance – Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
    23. Outkast – Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
    24. Saul Williams – The Inevitable Rise & Liberation of Niggy Tardust
    25. Silverchair – Diorama
    26. Slipknot – Volume 3: The Subliminal Verses
    27. Weezer – Red Album

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