1 pick per user.
For your consideration:
Snowflakes Are Dancing
Snowflakes Are Dancing is the second studio album by Japanese musician Isao Tomita, recorded in 1973–1974 and first released by RCA Records as a Quadradisc in April 1974. The album consists entirely of Tomita's arrangements of Claude Debussy's "tone paintings", performed by Tomita on a Moog synthesizer and a Mellotron. It entered the top 50 charts in the United States, where it was nominated for four Grammy Awards in 1975, including best classical album of the year, and it was NARM's best-selling classical album of the year. In Canada, it reached #57 in the RPM Magazine Top Albums chart. 
Supertramp: Breakfast In America
It is approved, but has not populated to the title yet.
It's up now.
The other can of worms revolves around getting a decent album cover or representation of one for the list.
Not my nomination but here's an arbitrary list of my potential farmland of albums.
Fleetwood Mac, Rumours
Punch Brothers, Punch (this might ultimately be my choice)
New Pornographers, Challengers
Steeley Dan, Aja
Bruce Hornsby, Bride of the Noisemakers (HA! A double live album!)
ABC, How to Be a ... Zillionaire!
Neko Case, Middle Cyclone
Diana Krall, When I Look Into Your Eyes
Jenny Lewis, The Voyager
Death Cab for Cutie, Narrow Stairs
Rickie Lee Jones, The Evening of My Best Day or Pirates
Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor, and Yo-Yo Ma, Appalachia Waltz
Aimee Mann, Magnolia soundtrack or Lost in Space or @#%&*! Smilers or Mental Illness
Wynton Marsalis, Standard Time, Vol. 2: Intimacy Calling
I'll come back with more albums... or a choice. This is painful. Sophie had an easier choice.
Soulmatic from Purple Disco Machine. But I also like so many other, I can't really decide. That's unfair! How about our favorite 10 Albums. that would be very more easier to me. - OK -
Soulmatic from Purple Disco Machine.
The Dark Side of the Moon, Animals, The Division Bell (Pink Floyd)
Essential Yello (Yello)
Let Them Talk (Hugh Laurie)
Welcome Into the Morning (Ann' Sanat)
Machine Head (Deep Purple)
Oxygène, Equinoxe (Jean-Michel Jarre)
Satie: Works for Piano (played by Anne Queffélec)
and many movie soundtracks
Dangerous, Michael Jackson
Florence and the Machine, Lungs
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ♪♫♪♫♫♪
the eighth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. Released on 26 May 1967
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