Music records everyone should hear at least once
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Music records everyone should hear at least once

You know those albums you just listen to on repeat for weeks upon weeks? How about the songs that always make you think of that one time or that special someone?
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Five Reasons Death Cab for Cutie's Transatlanticism Should Be Every Fan's Favorite
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Beyonce - Lemonade 2XLP
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Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly album cover: an incendiary classic
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The Shins' 'Oh, Inverted World' Turns 20
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100 Best Albums of the '90s
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Be The Cowboy by Mitski is The Ultimate Breakup Album
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The Enduring Legacy Of My Chemical Romance’s ‘The Black Parade’
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Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue’ Remains a Fixture on Vinyl Albums Chart, 57 Years After Its Release
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SZA: How the Breakout R&B Star Conquered Self-Doubt and Took 'Ctrl'
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Is This It
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In Tegan And Sara's 'The Con,' A Decade Of Influence
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Why Nirvana’s 'Nevermind' Still Sounds Great After 25 Years
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Gateways: How Tidal Fueled My Fiona Apple Obsession
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A New Edition of Purple Rain Has Surprises for Even the Most Diehard Prince Fan
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056 Tame Impala - Currents - CD
London Drugs
London Drugs
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Masterpiece Reviews: Gorillaz - "Demon Days"
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50 Iconic Indie Album Covers: The Fascinating Stories Behind The Sleeves
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Masterpiece Reviews: A Tribe Called Quest - "The Low End Theory"