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Thread: Greatest Metal album ever!!!!

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    i must say i prefer my hair metal mainly coz the tone on them guitars rock


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    My list (no particular order):

    1. Metallica: Master of Puppets
    2. Megadeth: Countdown to Extinction & Rust in Peace
    3. Ozzy: Blizzard of Ozz & Dairy of a Madman
    4. Iron Maiden: The Number of the beast
    5. Stratovarius: Stratovarius

    ... There are so many, those are a few albums I liked.
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    Black Sabbath not metal? The hell?
    1. Metallica - Master of Puppets
    2. Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast
    3. Black Label Society - Blessed Hellride
    4. Inflames - Whoracle
    5. Ozzy - Blizzard of Ozz

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    being a no good greasy haired metalhead, this is pretty much my all time album list..

    5. pantera - far beyond driven
    4. 'maiden - the number of the beast (tut, typical)
    3. metallica - ...and justice for all
    2. ozzy - Blizzard of ozz
    1. children of bodom - hatebreeder (no album has blown me away quite like this one, if you haven't heard it i seriously reccommend you do)

    anyone else going to bloodstock in the uk this year? Children of Bodom and Gamma Ray are headlining
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    well it's weird but no one has mentioned def leppard pyromania.

    1.dream theater-images and words(although it's not quite metal)
    2.def leppard-pyromania,and first album
    3.metallica-load and reload.
    4.yngwie-inspiration
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    Ok.. some of these probably qualify as Hair metal but I'm listing them anyway


    Metallica: Ride the Lightning & Master Of Puppets
    Iron Maiden: Somewhere in time (I'll hafta second that.. LOOOOVE this album!)
    Judas Priest: Turbo Lover
    Megadeth: Peace sells...but who's buying?
    Extreme: Pornographitti (sp?)
    Def Leppard: Pyromania & Hysteria (grew up on Hysteria in my High School dayz)
    Bon Jovi: 7800 Fahrenheit (best Jovi album of all )
    AC/DC: Back In Black
    Ozzy: Bark at the Moon
    KISS: Double Platinum

    Das it for now

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    Well I have about 12. All in order:


    1) Kill em All - Metallica (the basically inavated (sp?) the metal genre and brought it forth)
    2) Black Sabbath - Master of Reality, Paranoid
    3)Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of ozz
    4) Iron maiden - Number of the beast, Powerslave
    5)In Flames - Jester Race, Whoracle
    6)Arch enemy - Burning Bridges
    7)Children of Bodom - Hatebreeder
    8)Shadows fall - Of one blood
    9)Dream theater - awake
    10)Pantera - Cowboys from hell, Vulgar display of power
    11)Slayer - Reign in blood
    12)Van Halen ( i consider them metal) - VH 1, VH2, Diver down, 1984

    I have more, but i see those as being the most influencial
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    O.k. so hereīs just a few of my all time favourites (in no particular order):

    1. Megadeth - So Far, So Good...So What

    2. Loudness - Disillusion

    3. Racer X - Street Lethal

    4. Ozzy Osbourne - Ultimate Sin

    5. Annihilator - Never Neverland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsten
    O.k. so hereīs just a few of my all time favourites (in no particular order):

    1. Megadeth - So Far, So Good...So What

    2. Loudness - Disillusion

    3. Racer X - Street Lethal

    4. Ozzy Osbourne - Ultimate Sin

    5. Annihilator - Never Neverland
    Ho! Man I forgot Ultimate Sin!!! By the way, can you buy that in stores any more? Every where I go I look for it and it's not available

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    Yeah, itīs difficult...I still have it on vinyl...Jake E Lee simply kicks everybodys a** on this record...his guitar tone is to kill for...

    I donīt know, maybe on amazon or something...

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    I've pointed this out before I believe but Thorsten looks a lot like Jake E Lee is some photos when he had long hair
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsten
    Yeah, itīs difficult...I still have it on vinyl...Jake E Lee simply kicks everybodys a** on this record...his guitar tone is to kill for...

    I donīt know, maybe on amazon or something...
    Yea I've noticed that.. it's the goofy green cover with the OZZY in big letters on the side and the original cover in subset. It's the first Ozzy album I got into (went back to others later) and so I'm a bit nostalgic for the orig

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongo Boy
    Wow...that's really weird. I never thought of Black Sabbath as a metal band.
    Black Sabbath created metal, and are the epitome of all things metal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidvanhalen
    1.dream theater-images and words(although it's not quite metal)
    Dream Theater is metal my friend, they're classified as progressive metal.

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    The best metal albums ever are:ī
    1.Master of Puppets-Metallica
    2.Ride the Lightning-Metallica
    3.Countdown to Extinction-Megadeth
    4.Slaughter of the Soul-At the Gates
    5.Rust in Peace-Megadeth
    6.The Jester Race-In Flames
    7.One Kill Wonder-The Haunted
    8.Colony-In Flames
    9.The Power of Inner Strenght-Grip Inc.
    10.Reign in Blood-Slayer

    Yeh I'm trash/death style but I think the first 3 albums in my list are quite headbanging

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