depends on music styles allot, better music is usually more unknown due to every person having a very specific taste for music.
i do love my iron maiden discography allot
somehow quality non digitally enhanced music doesn't seem to excist nowadays :S
Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute - Californication - By the Way - Stadium Arcadium
New Converge - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-vZRGK4FbI
New Godspeed You! Black Emperor - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEsdiiYkhT8
New Cloud Nothings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6X1URP5eg6I
New Fiona Apple - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5hO8UF9FJ4
New Tame Impala - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSwVZVeLGfs&NR=1
New Swans - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPD53LsE-WQ
New (recomposition) Max Richter - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0DSnxHYu9Y
New Ne Obliviscaris - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMorAdnCixg
New Tallest Man On Earth - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibEwxlV1ac4
I could really go on. There have been so many phenominal albums released this year (and in recent years) that don't fall prey to the same bullshit trend pop music attempts to cash in on. This isn't by any means a gospel on music, but check this list of music out and get the icky pop music out of your system.
But on topic, I'd have to say Neurosis and Swans fit the bill the most for me. If The Tallest Man On Earth releases another amazing album in the coming years, I'll probably say he supplants them, but 3 incredible albums isn't quite enough for that level of consideration.
Slayer, Opeth, Aborted
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Im sure there are many more, but they are the only ones I listen to regularly
The Beatles or Led Zepplin. Take your pick. I prefer The Beatles but both are great bands.
I dont like the Beatles... they just dont seem so amazing to be like the best band of all time
Neurosis: If you ignore the collaboration between Neurosis and Jarboe (most ppl would agree that it's not Neurosis anyway) they would be on an amazing 7 album streak: Souls at Zero (1992), Enemy of the Sun (1993), Through Silver in Blood (1996), Times of Grace (1999), A Sun that Never Sets (2001), The Eye of Every Storm (2004), Given to the Rising (2007). These guys never disappoint and hopefully their newest album will continue this great run.
Bob Dylan: 7 consecutive great album streak: The Freewheelin Bob Dylan (1963), The Times They Are A-Changin (1964), Another Side of Bob Dylan (1964), Bringing It All Back Home (1965), Highway 61 Revisited (1965), Blonde on Blonde (1966), John Wesley Harding (1967).
I can't believe no one has mentioned The Eagles yet.
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I'd like to add Linkin Park to the list. Reanimation wasn't technically a standalone album, but it was pretty damn unique and pretty damn amazing. Minutes to Midnight, their 4th album, was critically acclaimed, but from a fan who's been with them since day one, it just didn't do it for me. Overall, they're still an amazing band, they just don't sound like Linkin Park to me anymore
GT, GATS, HB, EMG - Manic Street Preachers.
Some modern stuff is bad but those are great albums, with two of my top 10 in there.
In fact as far as I'm aware the UK is the only european nation that outright bans guns for civilians.This is why people ban guns. Gun supporters don't know what guns are.Shotguns I'll give you (provided you're allowed 12 and larger gauges... because I mean... come on...) but not .22s.
i guess it depends whom you ask..critics will rarely like many albums from a band..some fans like all albums from a band...for example, i like all of dream theater's albums so that would be my choice but well..it's hard to say which band had the best run...i guess i agree with the beatles, led zepp, metallica as those are more popular and pretty much everyone seems to agree with this
1990's Green Day. Punk was at its best in the 90's.
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I'll toss "Pink Floyd" up there (the sequence would be "Dark Side of the Moon", "Wish You Were Here", "Animals" and "The Wall". All great albums, and in fact "Dark Side of the Moon" remains on the Billboard chart for over fourteen years (814 weeks as of 15Sept2012 see here -- nearly double the time as the next nearest album see this wikipedia article.)