What do you think are perfect albums from beginning to end? Not necessarily your favorite bands, just great albums that flow from one song to the next.
Pink Floyd: Dark side of the moon.
Neutral Milk Hotel: Aeroplane over the sea
Radiohead: OK Computer
Dream Theater: Train of Thought
Killswitch Engage: Alive or Just Breathing
Maroon 5: Songs about Jane(album is *ahem* paced spot on)
Every album ever by MeWithoutYou.
Dream theater: Metropolis
Modest Mouse: The Moon and Antarticia
The Weakerthans- Reconstruction Site
swervedriver "mezcal head"
Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen (Ring Cycle) / Sir Georg Solti and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Originally Posted by tkern
Original Decca LP set
Love the Tool reference, that title track is my favorite from them. Surprised by the two dream theatre references, guess I have to go back and listen to them again. Liked them back in the day, but remember them as kind of the peak of synthesized music.
In no particular order, here are my favorites for listening beginning to end:
Pink Floyd-The Wall
Led Zeppelin-I, II and IV
The Who-Who's Next
AC/DC-Back in Black
Metallica-And Justice for All
Meatloaf-Bat out of Hell
Bruce Springsteen-Born to Run
The Rolling Stones-Let it Bleed
Iron Maiden-Number of the Beast
The Beatles-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Lynyrd Skynyrd-Second Helping
The Band-The Band
The Clash-London Calling
Muddy Waters-Hard Again
Ozzy Osbourne-Blizzard of Ozz
I did not include any "greatest hits" albums, that would be too easy.