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    24 Perfect Albums That Contain No Skippable Songs

    Five words: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

    As a music lover, when I hear a good song there are few things that hit as hard. Perhaps the only thing that hits harder is an entire ALBUM worth of good songs.

    Well recently, Reddit user u/Urg_Durglar posed the query: "Which album do you think has no bad songs on it, and can be listened all the way through?" Lemme say, these are all HITS!

    Here are some of the most audibly pleasing replies:

    1. Give Up by The Postal Service:

    2. London Calling by The Clash:

    3. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John:

    Elton John walking down the yellow brick road while wearing ruby red boots.

    4. Disintegration by The Cure:

    5. The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails:

    6. Dummy by Portishead:

    A woman walking down the stairs in a blue room.

    7. Funeral by Arcade Fire:

    A cartoon hand holding an ostentatious quill.

    8. Transatlanticism by Death Cab for Cutie:

    A raven tangled in red thread.

    9. good kid, m.A.A.d city by Kendrick Lamar:

    A minivan parked in a neighborhood in Compton.

    10. Hot Fuss by The Killers:

    Neon Chinese character signs on the roofs of various buildings.

    11. Good News For People Who Love Bad News by Modest Mouse:

    Arrows puncturing a green wall.

    12. Back to Black by Amy Winehouse:

    Amy Winehouse sitting on a stool in front of a chalkboard.

    13. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac:

    14. Green Album by Weezer:

    15. Illmatic by Nas:

    Childhood picture of Nas.

    16. Black Holes and Revelations by Muse:

    Men in suits, sitting at a wooden table, in the desert.

    17. Is This It by The Strokes:

    18. Torches by Foster The People:

    Cartoon drawings of various creatures.

    19. Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette:

    20. Blonde by Frank Ocean:

    Frank Ocean, covering his face in the shower, with a green buzzcut.

    21. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill by Ms. Lauryn Hill:

    Portrait of Ms. Lauryn Hill etched into an old school wooden desk top.

    22. Songs About Jane by Maroon 5:

    Cartoon of Pandora opening her box.

    23. 24K Magic by Bruno Mars:

    Bruno Mars sitting in a gold chair, wearing a red, silk co-ord, and lookin' fly.

    24. Last but not least, Abbey Road by the Beatles:

    The Beatles walking across the crosswalk on Abbey Road in London.

    Which album do you think is flawless from top to bottom? Sound off in the comments below!