Okay, this one here's my first pick. Straight outta '96, this is Failure's third album (and last release as an active band). Failure was never really famous in their heyday; they released two albums before Fantastic Planet (including one with Steve Albini) but neither yielded a charting single (the band's first was this album's "Stuck On You," which peaked at 23 on Billboard's Modern Rock charts).
But I think this album's extra cool for a few reasons. The space rock-y guitars hint at bassist Greg Edwards' future in Autolux, and Troy van Leeuwen, who joined the band for this recording, went on to play in A Perfect Circle (who covered this album's "The Nurse Who Loved Me"). It's like a time capsule that traveled on a space ship into the future and then crashed back to earth for you to enjoy. Frontman Ken Andrews did some other stuff too, but it all sucks. Sucks! Unlike this album. Listen away!