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Even diehard fans will admit that it's tough to find an entire K-pop album worthy of being labelled brilliant from start to finish. But there were a select group of artists who proved the notion wrong with cohesive bodies of work in 2014. (And see our list of the 20 best K-pop songs here.)
7. B.A.P - First Sensibility
While the boy band initially found fame for hip-hop/EDM offerings, B.A.P's first full-length album embraced a slew of new genres to excellent results. The gospel-pop sound made popular by OneRepublic leads the album via first single "1004 (Angel)," but there's also hard rock ("BangX2"), '90s hip-hop ("Spy") and dance-pop ("B.A.B.Y," "Lovesick").