[The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuR3CWq59OyrTdWAeVkqH3F6UziQICYeN) by David Bowie.
Rumors by Fleetwood Mac. I'm sure it's cliche at this point since it's one of the best selling albums of all time, but it's damn near perfect. There's one song that I occasionally skip, but it's a masterpiece
Pink Floyd's DSotM is pretty much the perfect album for listening beginning to end.
Is This It? - The Strokes.
Perfect album for the turn of the century and a great platform for all the rock that came after it
"Graceland" by Paul Simon. It's a fun, quirky album with South African influences and seriously good jazz.
Channel Orange by Frank Ocean
It feels like summer
Interpol - turn on the bright lights
...and you will know us by the trail of dead - source tags and codes
Moon official sound track
[Songs for the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fOIRnKrskQ&list=PL8B5337DAEF0D76D3)
Also no matter how pissed off I am this calms the down it's miraculous
Nas's Illmatic deserves all the hype it gets
Wildflowers- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. And the rest of Petty's albums. And few Dire Straits/Knopfler albums minus a song or two.
Arctic monkeys- Whatever people say I am thats what I'm not.
Pink Floyd- The Wall
Kendrick Lamar- good kid, m.A.A.d city
Both albums are well told stories that have flow from song to song. When I invest my attention to what is happening in the storyline I thoroughly enjoy the whole album. When albums are put together this it’s similar to watching a movie. You either like the movie or you don’t. Usually you don’t go picking out individual scenes to rewatch even though some scenes are better than others.
Definitely Currents by Tame Impala. The whole album is about change and becoming a different person, and every song is incredible in it's own way.
Personally, this album helped me accept certain changes in my life that I wasn't ready for at the time. It's just such a work of blissful, psychedelic art.