Share albums where EVERY SINGLE song is good

It rarely happens to me, but in a pile of records I bought over the summer I

found one with no cover. Shocking Blue’s 2nd album. 'At Home' (I’m your Venus is on it).

Even most Beatles albums have at least one song I could pass on, but not this one. Horrible fidelity, scratched to hell, but damn...

So I’d love to hear of other records that you all could suggest.



Thanks for all the suggestions---those of us into analog love any album where every song is good since we can't FF or skip.

Many above i agree and own (Waiting for Colombus, Clapton Unplugged, Brothers in Arms and Aja in particular) but i see a total lack of "Country" or "Country Rock" so i have a couple in that category as well as some others i have not seen:

Asleep at the Wheel—Wheelin’ & Dealin

Jimmy Buffett—A1A

Joe Bonamassa—Live From Royal Albert Hall

SRV—Texas Flood (kinda surprised i didn't see this above)

Willis Alan Ramsey—his only album, although you have to forgive "Muskrat Love" which is the worst song on the album but many like it

Zac Brown Band—The Foundation

Byrds--Mister Tamborine Man

Beatles-- Help soundtrack

Jethro Tull--Stand Up

Kinks--Muswell Hillbillies

Warren Zevon--Excitable Boy

Dylan-- Blood on the Tracks

Janis Ian-- Breaking Silence

Sharon Shannon--The Diamond Mountain Sessions (Irish)

Sarah Jarosz--World on the Ground

Mountain Goats--Beat the Champ

This doesn't happen often

ELP 1, tarcus and trilogy. Jethro Tull thick as a brick

Most of Miles Davis albums 

ELP 1, tarcus and trilogy. Jethro Tull thick as a brick

Most of the Miles Davis albums