Every Double J Classic Album from 2017

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From M.I.A. to Television, Chemical Brothers to Jimi Hendrix, The Hummingbirds to The Drones...

Every week, Double J's Caz Tran goes deep on the albums that have had an immense impact on the history of music as we know it. Albums that get better with age, as we realise the influence they have had on artists who've followed in their wake, as well as on us as people.

Caz brings brilliant insight into the records that we love, and some that we might have missed the first time around. Check out those insights in the very impressive list of records below.

Classic Albums returns to Double J in 2018, broadcast from 7pm Mondays and repeated at 10am Saturday mornings. If you miss it, no sweat! You can listen back anytime here at doublej.net.au.

January 16: M.I.A. – Arular

January 23: John Butler Trio – Grand National

January 30: Blur – Blur

February 6: Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

February 13: Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works 85-92

February 20: Television – Marquee Moon

February 27: The Clouds – Penny Century

March 6: Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You

March 13: Violent Femmes – Violent Femmes

March 20: Ben Folds Five – Whatever and Ever Amen

March 27: Underground Lovers – Dream It Down

April 3: L7 – Bricks Are Heavy

April 10: Billy Bragg – Workers Playtime

April 17: Sarah Blasko – What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have

April 24: Beastie Boys – Check Your Head

May 1: The Drones – Wait Long By The River And The Bodies Of Your Enemies Will Float By

May 8: The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced

May 15: Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Fever To Tell

May 22: Bob Marley and the Wailers – Exodus

May 29: LCD Soundsystem – Sound Of Silver

June 5: Radiohead – OK Computer

June 12: A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Theory

June 19: Portishead – Dummy

June 26: Regurgitator – Unit

July 3: Warumpi Band – Big Name, No Blankets

July 10: Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

July 17: Röyksopp – Melody A.M.

July 24: The Pretenders – The Pretenders

July 31: Eric B & Rakim – Paid In Full

August 7: Augie March – Moo, You Bloody Choir

August 14: Metallica – Metallica

August 21: Regina Spektor – Begin to Hope

August 28: Chemical Brothers – Dig Your Own Hole

September 4: Placebo – Without You I’m Nothing

September 11: Liz Phair – Exile In Guyville

September 18: Cyndi Lauper – She’s So Unusual

September 25: Wire – Pink Flag

October 2: MGMT – Oracular Spectacular

October 9: Stereolab – Emperor Tomato Ketchup

October 16: Split Enz – True Colours

October 23: Björk – Homogenic

October 30: Lou Reed – Transformer

November 6: PNAU – PNAU

November 13: Kylie Minogue – Impossible Princess

November 20: The Hummingbirds – loveBUZZ

November 27: Hilltop Hoods – The Calling

December 4: Foo Fighters – The Colour and The Shape

December 11: Primal Scream – Screamadelica

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