Stevie Wonder-Innervisions - A Classic and one of Stevie's best
Liz Phair-Exile in Guyville - Haven't heard this too much yet but I do love the jaded slacker girl alt indie rock sound of this one.
Miles Davis-Kind of Blue - Classic jazz-for-beginners album. Some great grooves on here but obviously its just the tip of the iceberg for the jazz genre
Ramones-Ramones - One of my favorite punk rock albums of all time. Catchy as hell and full of raw energy from start to finish. Some ridiculous lyrics too which add some humor
Talking Heads-Remain in Light - Brilliant grooves, excellent production, catchy songs.. I may prefer the first few records these days but this is classic
Prince and the Revolution-Purple Rain - Another classic. Great new wave sound mixed with soul, jimi hendrix-esque psychedelia and 80s fun. I don't reach for this a lot, as I prefer "Dirty Mind" and his other albums but definitely one of the coolest 80s records out there
Kendrick Lamar-To Pimp a Butterfly - Gotta get to this one. Not big on hip hop but I like Kendrick
King Crimson-In the Court of the Crimson King - Absolute classic record. Love this one, I don't care about the dicking around on Moonchild much if I'm stoned and just space out during that part. Every song is great
The Beatles-The Beatles (The White Album) - Classic again and one of my favorites of all time. So many genres they covered here and a rare double album where it pretty much is all completely worthwhile besides maybe just a few songs. Mainly that Ringo song and "Bungalow Bill" is kind of silly in a cringy way.