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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    The Legend of Johnny Cash
    And all the American Recording Series.
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    Arcade Fire or the National, particularly AF's Funeral or Neon Bible or TN's Boxer or High Violet.
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    For something related to Pink Floyd and Radiohead, I'd recommend Porcupine Tree (if you haven't heard of them already) and The Pineapple Thief, both sound like a mix between the two. I'd say either In Absentia or Fear of a Blank Planet for Porcupine Tree (in particular the song Anesthetize), and Someone Here is Missing for The Pineapple Thief.
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    (Original post by MrNedRewMan)
    Already one of my favorite bands. Forgot to put them on that list :/
    Fair enough. And may I congratulate you on a great taste in music!
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    (Original post by ColouredTights)
    Fair enough. And may I congratulate you on a great taste in music!
    Why thank you
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    The Strokes - Room on Fire
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    Animal Collective's Merriweather Post Pavillion is a pretty awesome album, very easy to get sucked into and lose yourself for a few days.
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    (Original post by MrNedRewMan)
    Looking for some new albums to listen too... Kinda worn out the ones I've been listening to recently.

    The kinda **** I'm into be:
    - The Beatles
    - Radiohead
    - Stone Roses
    - Pink Floyd

    Come at meh with your album suggestions, bros!

    THE KINKS.
    Anything by the Kinks.

    You might like The Who too...Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy by them is fantastic.
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    If you like the Beatles then as another Beatles fanatic, I highly suggest a lot of their solo albums. "All things must pass" and "Band on the Run" are two excellent ones, and "Cloud nine" is a later one that I still enjoy listening to.

    Also I echo the thoughts of prior posts with regards to the Kinks. Also you can't go wrong with the Electric Light Orchestra
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    Dire Straits - Alchemy

    IMO one of the best live albums I've ever heard (on a par with Pink Floyd's PULSE)
 
 
 
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