Perfect albums?

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    Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big and Buzzy by the Refreshments is simple, fun brilliance. Also a big fan of the latest Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers album, Native Heart. Almost as good as Americano!
     
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    Im not reading 15 pages so I have no idea if these were mentioned already but:

    Ramones -S/T and Leave Home
    New York Dolls - S/T
    Stooges - Fun House
    Tom Waits - Bone Machine
    Langhorns - Mission Exotica
    Pixies - Doolittle
    Aquabats - Charge!!
     
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    Feel the need to include some
    'imperfect' perfect albums aka,
    The Grateful Dead:
    Workingman's Dead
    American Beauty


    AND MY PERFECT LIVE ALBUM:
    The Allmans. Live at Fillmore East
     
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    Oh, definitely Old 97’s - Too Far To Care.
     
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    I’m surprised this hasn’t gotten a mention yet...

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    What maybe country should sound like. Maybe what it did sound like.
    The whole album sounds just like the name of it.
     
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    Third one for me.
    Maybe it's what country should sound like. Maybe it's what cowboy songs did sound like. I don't know, but every song sounds just like the title.
     
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    I'm way late to the party here, but the first two I agree with, OK Computer I can't get into, as with most of the Radiohead stuff.

    Boston is nearly a perfect album. A completely new rock sound for its time, and the whole thing is pretty solid and timeless.

    Music from Big Pink. The Band was a huge influence on everyone else at the time for a reason.

    Exile on Main St. The Stone's best mix of roots rock styles.

    Sailin' Shoes. The most underrated album of all time.
     
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    King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
    Pink Floyd - Meddle
    Mac Demarco - 2
     
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    Wow, amazing variety of selections. I do agree with a lot of those but sometimes different titles from the same artists and I'm sure that I can come up with more. But off the top of my head I didn't see this one.

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    There's other albums I like more but these are always the first two that come to mind. Even Revolver has a clunker on it
     
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    My next album. Always the next one...
     
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