The greatest album no one heard. It's a shame this album will sink into infinity, and no one will ever listen to it. Maybe that's the beauty of it.
Heard this on /mu/ a couple years ago and instantly bought the record. Very glad I did, it's difficult to find and goes for 50 bucks at the very least. Definitely underrated, but not completely obscure.
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It's not that obscure.
>Greatness can always be described and pointed out.
I'm not sure about that. Music is arguably the most abstract art there is — you can describe some objective aspects of the playing, the composition, the recording, the sounds used, but that's just what makes the music potentially interesting, not what makes it good. What someone feels when listening to a particular music, what it evokes for them is often considered the most important, but it's very subjective and can at best be hinted at with equivalents.