The PERFECT album?

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What is one of those albums you simply cannot find a fault in? I am talking about those strong releases where you just listen continuously, without skipping any of the songs.

For me, there is so many I could list, as I prefer this way when listening to music. It has more authenticity in my opinion.

Some include; Busted - A Present For Everyone and Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent.
 

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To be honest as much as I want to list an album made by Insane Clown Posse or another juggalo album, I just can't do it. Without fault is the reason and if I was being honest I would have to say it's my favorite album, Ember by Breaking Benjamin. I heard it just recently (3 months ago) but I can't find any fault in it. The music is beautiful and reminds me of a King or Kingdom. Music videos are also very well made.
 

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Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory is an album I could listen to on repeat, over and over.
 

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There are lots that could fit in this description for me:

I'd go with purely stats album:

Rank 1: Manilla Road - Crystal Logic (1983) - This has the most true sound of heavy metal without any "arrangements" that you could get with a recording label, honest vocals and a notable lyrical production concerning the Logic of Magic, the victory of good against evil, also a fierce statement on what metalheads fought for back in the 80s (they were labeled as satanists just because they like rock'n'roll in a more extreme way). Overall good technique and by far it's the more popular record of the band.

Rank 2: Helloween - Walls Of Jericho (1985) - The debut Album of Germany's Power Metal KING. It has everything that you'll need to make a record that would age well and pass the test of time. Rough Lyrics, amazing guitar and unique drumming makes this an unforgettable record, praised even by those who hate Power Metal. Includes the EP released the same year.
 

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Bypass Unit - Green Dreams. Some of the best Goa trance I've ever heard. Also, any Astral Projection album. :)
 

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