Suggest one obsure album we all should hear

I love when I discover an album that's new to me, and great.Please share one so we can all broaden our musical horizons.

Mine is:
Wishbone Ash  'Argus'
Obscure can be interpreted in different ways. Obscure(IMO) means the amount produced not whether an individual is familiar with an artist. Since this an audiophile site our recording knowledge far exceeds the general public.                       
 ( Donald Fagen- "The Nightfly." )  I can't imagine the album  was ever      " obscure"   . I recently came across  two sealed copies   MFSL  Onestep  in the bins at  The Turntable Store - Stereo, Turntable, Vinyl Records, Stereo . $500 big ones:)  They restored my Luxman and did a fantastic job.

Perhaps Walter Beckers produced China Crisis is a bit more obscure

So "obscure" and wonderful  - Jazz Funk , early 80's The Markley Band .

Rock and Roll - so  Gritty  check out     Pickins -
The guitarist would dance on the tables ..stepping on whatever got in his way . 

Prog Rock - PFM - Far from  obscure in Italy or Europe however I rarely hear about them in the US .  PFM* - The Award-Winning Marconi Bakery (1976, Red labels, Vinyl) | Discogs

"Windows"  - so obscure cant find them on You tube  but you can buy  albums :)  Windows - Windows | Releases, Reviews, Credits | Discogs
Once hailed as the next Steely Dan -  well that didn't happen 
@audioguy85-nice to see Lydia Lunch's name come up.  But to really appreciate her work, get the next release (if you don't already have it) "13.13".  Not for the casual listener by a long shot.  She collaborated with many artists over the years, some well known.  Many of those are well worth a listen.  Her compilation "Widowspeak" assembles many early recordings and long out of print singles.  
A band (solo artist?) called Whitley put out a great alternative pop album in 2007 called The Submarine. You can check it out on the streaming services. It's reflective, introspective, and packed with cool sounds.