Album you wish you were hearing for the first time.

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  1. shackattack

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    television - marquee moon or love-forever changes
     
  2. Banned Tosspot

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    Fuck yes!

    Best debut album ever.
     
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  4. BimboBob

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    2 more you should get are "Hotter Than July" and "Songs in the Key of Life".

    Both seminal albums. "Ain't going to stand for it" and "Sir Duke" are corkers from them but to be honest both albums are full of beautiful and juicy Wonder songs.
     
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    The Empyrean by John Frusciante. I was gutted when he left the Chillis’ again but this album made me understand why he left. It’s an unbelievably beautiful album and I can’t recommend it enough.
     
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    87 supporting Bowie Maine road
     
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    Pretty soon after the debut LP, Trent Darby released an impenetrable second record, went loopy, discovered motorbikes and disappeared to hang out in Dublin.
     
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  9. OB1

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    That's another thread really but my choice for best debut album ever would be Van Halen's eponymous first. Hearing that for the first time was revelatory experience as I'd never heard guitar playing quite like that before (you'd probably have had to be a resident of Southern California to have done so).
     
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  10. mancity2012_eamo

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    Have the three of them on Spotify now.
     
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