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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.

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    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!

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    Here are some of the most audibly pleasing replies:

    1. Give Up by The Postal Service:

    Sup Pop

    Tune to check out: "Such Great Heights"

    nerd-for-life

    2. London Calling by The Clash:

    CBS / Epic

    Tune to check out: "Train in Vain (Stand by Me)"

    blight_lightyear

    3. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John:

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

    Tune to check out: "Bennie and the Jets"

    usually_just_lurking

    4. Disintegration by The Cure:

    Fiction

    Tune to check out: "Lovesong"

    slimyselkie

    5. The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails:

    Nothing / Interscope

    Tune to check out: "Hurt"

    DylanTheSlaya0312

    6. Dummy by Portishead:

    A woman walking down the stairs in a blue room.
    Go! Beat / London

    Tune to check out: "Glory Box"

    18PercentLemon

    7. Funeral by Arcade Fire:

    A cartoon hand holding an ostentatious quill.
    Merge

    Tune to check out: "Wake Up"

    lease1982

    8. Transatlanticism by Death Cab for Cutie:

    A raven tangled in red thread.
    Barsuk

    Tune to check out: "The Sound of Settling"

    suslammer

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

    A minivan parked in a neighborhood in Compton.
    TDE / Aftermath / Interscope

    Tune to check out: "Backseat Freestyle"

    theted3000

    10. Hot Fuss by The Killers:

    Neon Chinese character signs on the roofs of various buildings.
    Island

    Tune to check out: "Smile Like You Mean It"

    shawnmeex212

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

    Arrows puncturing a green wall.
    Epic

    Tune to check out: "Float On"

    kityrel

    12. Back to Black by Amy Winehouse:

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

    Tune to check out: "You Know I'm No Good"

    spincerian

    13. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac:

    Warner Bros.

    Tune to check out: "The Chain"

    d_rob_70

    14. Green Album by Weezer:

    Geffen

    Tune to check out: "Island in the Sun"

    ehisosifo1

    15. Illmatic by Nas:

    Childhood picture of Nas.
    Columbia

    Tune to check out: "The World Is Yours"

    22Savage671

    16. Black Holes and Revelations by Muse:

    Men in suits, sitting at a wooden table, in the desert.
    Helium-3 / Warner Bros.

    Tune to check out: "Starlight"

    shwashwa123

    17. Is This It by The Strokes:

    RCA

    Tune to check out: "Someday"

    Hugothebossy

    18. Torches by Foster The People:

    Cartoon drawings of various creatures.
    Startime / Columbia

    Tune to check out: "I Would Do Anything For You"

    daviedoom

    19. Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette:

    Maverick / Reprise

    Tune to check out: "You Oughta Know"

    justinlongbranch

    20. Blonde by Frank Ocean:

    Frank Ocean, covering his face in the shower, with a green buzzcut.
    Boys Don't Cry

    Tune to check out: "Pink + White"

    bostontonic

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

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

    Tune to check out: "Ex-Factor"

    ehisosifo1

    22. Songs About Jane by Maroon 5:

    Cartoon of Pandora opening her box.
    Octone / J

    Tune to check out: "Must Get Out"

    ehisosifo1

    23. 24K Magic by Bruno Mars:

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

    Tune to check out: "Straight Up & Down"

    ehisosifo

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

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

    Tune to check out: "Oh! Darling"

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