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Portishead Portishead – Remember trip hop? It’s too bad the sound had such a finite life span. This was Portishead’s best effort, and best the genre ever had to offer.xanax for sale
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Sleigh Bells Treats – I just dig the idea of buzz saw guitars, blown-out beats, and cute, cheerleader vocals. It makes no sense. And that’s the best part.buy valium no prescription
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Isis Panopticon – You are being watched. And this is sludge, glacial-metal at its finest. Great concept, great band. Best album.
Killing Joke Killing Joke – Dave Grohl plays drums. It’s heavy without being metal, angry, and extremely political. All of this = must own.
Public Enemy Apocalypse 91 – Though not their most heralded release, I think this one had the biggest songs.