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'
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Bald Bill Hagen and his Trocaderons Play Music to Strip By.I heard this on an Infinity Servo Static One system 50 years ago and was blown away. 
Here's a haunting song from a haunting album. The lyrics are just...lovely and creepy. Great sonics too.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwGWRrIlz68
Aqualung (no not that one) 'Strange and Beautiful'
OK, here's a different take on "obscure". Lots of stuff already mentioned are older, forgotten bands/albums, or lesser/not well known bands/artist. My next offering is a newer offering from a well know band from the past. It's obscure only because the band has fallen out of favor (for some unknown reason I cannot understand).

Without further ado........

The Alarm - "Equals"

This 2018 release is not quite the "equal" of some of the early Alarm albums. But heck, not many newer rock records can match vintage The Alarm IMHO. All I can say is that I own 1000+ LPs and this I've played this one as often as any of my others over the last 2 years. Highly recommended for any fans of The Alarm, or anyone else for that matter.

Link to a review that pretty much mirrors my feelings:

https://www.loudersound.com/reviews/the-alarm-equals-album-review
Obscure? Crawler. Behold! No, seriously, listen!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxyg2cHQdUw

@millercarbon,

Haven't heard Crawler in at least 20 years....way too long.  I saw them live twice -- in 1977 as the opening act for Robin Trower and in 1978 as the opening act for Kansas.  "Stone Cold Sober" was getting massive airplay on FM stations across the country, and Crawler was on tour for almost a straight year opening for Robin Trower, Cheap Trick, Foreigner, and Kansas.  After the Kansas tour, the keyboardist quit to tour with The Who and the band folded.  

Although I was nothing close to stone, cold, sober both times I saw them, I DO REMEMBER they put on one hell of a live show.  Geoff Whitehorn, their guitarist, had an amazing "Santana-like" playing style.  After Crawler, he played with Paul Rodgers and Bad Company, Roger Waters, and since 1991 he has been the guitarist for Procul Harum.  I always found that ironic, since Robin Trower established himself with Procul Harum, left them to form his own band, and Whitehorn played in a band that opened for the Robin Trower Band and then he joined Procul Harum.

Anyway, thanks for the trip down memory lane.