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PostSubject: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:04 am

Now i'm gonna make this hard for you.
Choose the 10 best albums of all times with a short or long description why. Doesn't matter if it is a metal album or not.

Let it begin!

Gonna make mine later today.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 8:52 am

Since 1981 I have listened to thousands of great albums by hundreds of bands. The one I've picked is not only good contenders for a All Time Top 10 spot, but also personally important to me as they shaped both my musical taste and the person I have became....

Deep Purple - In Rock
This one, Burn, Machine Head and Black Sabbath Volume 4 and Master Of Reality was the albums where I discovered hard rock/metal. All holds a special place in my heart and soul, but In Rock was the one I liked most and still do.

Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Brilliant Bloody Brilliant. IMO their best and prolly the best album ever made....

Kiss - Creatures Of the Night
It's my fave Kiss album...heavy drumming, razorsharp guitars and some of their best songs ever...

Metallica - Master Of Puppets
I got it right before Cliff died...and it was the first album by them I got into. The reason I choose this album over Ride the Lightning is that I'm emotionally more connected to this one.

Slayer - Reign In Blood
Whoever says this one is overrated is either too young or stupid I remember being in the record store and they put on Angel Of Death over the speakers and I went

Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time
This was the first album Maiden released after I became a fan of them. Looking back at it now, I realise I was part of metal history buying the album and seeing them live on Somewhere On Tour.

Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime
Before O:M I was quite lukewarm about the band, but it changed after this. The only concept album that have nearly topped this is...

W.A.S.P. - The Crimson Idol
At the time when this was released I wasn't much interested in bands like W.A.S.P. anymore, so it slipped under my radar for quite some time. It wasn't before it was remastered a couple of years later that I finally got it. Still i answer my self...what the hell was I thinking around these times when I was listening to Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam and Dinosaur Jr.???!!?

Judas Priest - Painkiller
JP got at least five good contenders for a All Time Top 10 list, but imo Painkiller sums up very well what JP is all about. The album is packed with great songs and great memories as well....

Gamma Ray - Somewhere Out In Space
The mid 90's was a hard time for a metalhead living far away from the big record stores. The introduction to internet and HardRadio.com opened a door that got closed when grunge and nu-metal took over the magazines, radio and TV. I guess the feeling I got when I downloaded the mp3 and listened to Valley Of the Kings for the first time was very much the same when I heard Speed King 15 years earlier...

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:26 am

my top 10 of all time (in random order):

Queensrÿche; Operation: Mindcrime

Celtic Frost; Into The Pandemonium

Mors Principium Est; The Unborn

Amorphis; Tales From the Thousand Lakes

Naglfar; Pariah

Novembers Doom; The Pale Haunt Departure

Solefald; In Harmonia Universali

Opeth; Ghost Reveries

Ayreon; Universal Migrator (Part I /II)

Drudkh; Кров у наших криницях (Blood in Our Wells)
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:35 am

Good list dude.


Hm hard one for myself too.

Mercyful Fate - Melissa
Actually first time i came in contact with mercyful fate was with the metallica cover on Garage Inc or what it's called now. xDI decided to check it out, was hooked at first time, liked that one instantly even though all the other MF albums took me some time to like. Every song is classic, a perfect album imo.

Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Another 10/10 every song is brilliant, could lsiten to this a million times. Sabbath's best even if black sabbath stands close.

Iron Maiden - Somwhere In Time
This albums feels a bit different then all the other maiden albums. Non the less they made a masterpiece, with such wonderful songs like the loneliness of a long distant runner, which is my favourite. And songs like Wasted Years brings me memories back about 8-10 years when i first discovered metal.

Angel Witch - Angel Witch
Classic, fantastic record all the wat through, and with one of the best sing along song ever made.

Roky Erickson - I Have Always Been Here Before
An hell lot of songa, all of his classics. Got it when i found it difficult to find his original cd released. This man is a genius.

Shining - V-Halmstad
Without doubt their best.

Agalloch - The Mantle

Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
Best priest album to me.

Ludovico Einaudi - Divinire
Neo classical music's finest moment. Completet with his release of Le onde too.


King Diamond - Abigail
Fantastic story, fantastic music with a fantastic singer. I think they really stepped up a bit after their devbut even though that one is a great album as well.



I will have to continue to work on this later, can't be sure now..
Got atleast 50 favourite albums in my head

Edit: Done

I will probably change this list once a week though xD.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 3:40 pm

Ten releases in random order Smile

- Iron Maiden - Live After Death
The first metal album I had the honor of calling my own, I got the 2xtape-release. What's good about it? In my opinion this is the perfect set list for a Maiden concert, and one of the best live albums ever put out by any band (very biased personal opinion Smile). I still have this original tape lying around, that much this release means to me.

- Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Epitome of industrial metal. Pretty much changed my views on cold and bleak, simplistic "in your face"-type of music. Needs to be witnessed loud.

- Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Any album which has a devil smoking a bong on the cover has to be good. Long album, long songs, heavy atmosphere. Essential stuff for those smoking sessions.

- Tool - Lateralus
My first encounter with Tool and their favourite album of mine. Complex, deep and great compositions.

- N.W.A. - Straight outta Compton
Best gangsta album, ever. "Straight outta Compton" and "Fuck the police" were two tunes which blew a young man's mind irreversibly Smile

- Genocide Organ - Leichenlinie
Cacophonous, distorted, terrifying. One of the most brutal industrial records ever. The original first pressing is quite hard to come by, last time I saw the LP go for 750$ on Discogs scratch

- Solefald - The linear scaffold
Perhaps my favourite avant-garde metal album. Works like a charm from the beginning to the end, two thumbs up.

- Black Sabbath - Master of reality
Short and sweet, this is my favourite Sabbath release by far. Essential stuff!

- Iron Maiden - Fear of the dark
This one's here more for nostalgy reasons. Saw them on the 1992 world tour in the Helsinki ice hall, which was my first ever metal concert which I attended with my older brother and my father. Most of the time I was scared stiff by the older metal people, but still managed to round up enough courage to buy the tour shirt. Still got that shirt, it's gotten really worn out and faded through the years .. But I love that grey, hole-filled t-shirt from the bottom of my heart

- Darkthrone - A blaze in the northern sky
One of those "all time favourite" releases, this one pretty much defined black metal for me. "We are a blaze in the northern sky, the next thousand years are ours!" Smile


Quite a schizophrenic list, but that's the way I roll It could look different tomorrow, but I'll stick with this one for now.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:06 pm

Iron Maiden-Somewhere in Time
The Chasm-Death Cult For Eternity: The Triumph
Immolation-Dawn of Possession
Black Sabbath-Vol. 4
Bolt Thrower-Realm of Chaos
Bolt Thrower-...For Victory
Nevermore-This Godless Endeavor
Overkill-Feel the Fire
Sodom-Persecution Mania
Morbid Angel-Altars of Madness
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:15 pm

Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain

Melechesh - Emissaries

Death - Scream Bloody Gore

Fleshgod Apocalypse - Oracles

Hail of Bullets - Of Frost and War

Immolation - Dawn of Possession

Metallica - Kill ém all

Grand Magus - Iron Will

Austere - To Lay Like Old Ashes

Mar De Grises - Draining The Waterheart

(no specific order Very Happy )
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:29 pm

I'm done with mine nowxD.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Thu Mar 11, 2010 8:47 pm

Impossible question. I'd probably just put a bunch on Black Sabbath and Deep Purple albums up tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:35 am

Impossible really, but off the top of my head without much thought

Trouble - The Skull
Celtic Frost - Into The Pandemonium
Slayer - Reign In Blood
Candlemass - Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Warlord - And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun
Judas Priest - Sad Wings Of Destiny
Raven - Rock Until You Drop
Big Star - Third/Sister Lovers
Black Sabbath - Sabotage
Angel Witch - Angel Witch

Apologies to at least another 50 albums that are in the same league.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:43 am

wow..this was very hard, i've got to go deep in my mind...I would say we have to 100 best albums...

Actually I made first on paper..

here we go random...

1.- Iron Maiden - Somewhere in time: this is far the best maiden album for me, listen to the songs and they make me feel with butterflies on my stomach, listening to Wasted Years alive..ufff brilliant.

2.- Slayer - Reing in Blood: my experience was pretty similar to Voggis. I listened and I was Shocked

3.- Dimmu Borgir - Stormblast: this is a must, it's a very strong album I like a lot the performance of the piano and keyboards here.

4.- Metal Church - The Dark: A classic!! 5 stars

5.- Kiss - Destroyer: This was the first cassette I had, and i remember my sony walkman and listened to it till the batteries died and change them and listened to it again.

6.- Kreator - Extreme Aggression: kick ass album.

7.- Ayeron - Into the Electric Castle: I have no words to describe what this album means to me. The people that appear in this album are great musicians and performers, personally i like the role of Fish (marillion) and his voice...this album actually helped me a lot during hard times...

8.- Rush - Hold your fire: I had to choose this one from all the Rush albums, was very hard...

9.- Hammerfall - Legacy of kings: excellent!!

10.- Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell: remarkable!!!!!!!!!!


ufffff my head aches.....there are a lot of albums that came up to my mind while i was writing this...

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:43 am

Yeah..i wantet top 100 albums to, but it would have took ages to write

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:37 am

This is quite impossible yeah because it varies almost every day but quickly thinking I'd guess.

1. Reverend Bizarre - In The Rectory Of The Bizarre Reverend
2. Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff
3. Jethro Tull - A Passion Play
4. Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses
5. Cathedral - Forest Of Equilibrium
6. Burzum - Filosofem
7. Pagan Altar - Vol 1
8. Death - Leprosy
9. Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
10. Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:33 pm

angel witch - angel witch
so catchy, im singing atlantis to myself right now

bolt thrower - in battle there is no law
pretty much anything by bolt throwe makes me want to become the bad guy in avatar or something. this one especially

boris - amplifier worship
slow and low, done just right (i could be talking about barbeque right now)

burzum - filosofem
varg is the most metal person alive

darkthrone - a blaze in the northern sky
kvlt to the max

floor - self titled
you could get anyone hooked on metal if you play them this

saint vitus - born too late
lets rob the liquor store!

sigh - hail horror hail
this shit is genius on so many levels and weird as fuck

trouble - psalm 9
i love all the different tempos on this album, it has a song for any mood

weakling - dead as dreams
the most epic album ever! even the song titles are mind blowing
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:48 pm

My head just exploded trying to make this list.



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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:55 pm

What do you think was the purpose for the thread?

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 4:01 pm

philisthebest wrote:
angel witch - angel witch
so catchy, im singing atlantis to myself right now

bolt thrower - in battle there is no law
pretty much anything by bolt throwe makes me want to become the bad guy in avatar or something. this one especially

boris - amplifier worship
slow and low, done just right (i could be talking about barbeque right now)

burzum - filosofem
varg is the most metal person alive

darkthrone - a blaze in the northern sky
kvlt to the max

floor - self titled
you could get anyone hooked on metal if you play them this

saint vitus - born too late
lets rob the liquor store!

sigh - hail horror hail
this shit is genius on so many levels and weird as fuck

trouble - psalm 9
i love all the different tempos on this album, it has a song for any mood

weakling - dead as dreams
the most epic album ever! even the song titles are mind blowing

No offense dude but other than Vitus, Trouble & Angel Witch...This is the worst top 10 album list I have EVER seen...

I will grace you all with my top 10 list in a day or 2...Much thought has to go into it...

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 4:35 pm

its all i good, i got my hater blockers on high right now. cant wait to see your list, who wants to bet 5 are dio related?
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 5:22 pm

5 Dio related albums is better than 1 Burzum related album....

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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:28 pm

lol, so you're asking to pick from potentially thousands of albums someone has listened to, ten albums that will inevitably turn into "my favourite album is..." responses?

if you're going to write anything like that, you have to not only consider what impact it had on you, but what impact it had on at least the relevant scene - or if it went past its own scene; what is it about an album that makes it good? it can't be purely technical innovation or complexity,... -

and - of all time - ... lets limit this to the times when the concept of an album, as in a collection of (mostly) original songs by an artist, became a reality, at least giving a reasonable idea about genres. otherwise you have classical running all over anything else posted here.

/rant.

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Devil Doll - Eliogabalus.

Grand, seemingly unending scope of vision identifies most of the works by this band. In a considerably unorthodox approach to music, especially considering this was back in the day when mp3 files weren't as much as a dream, this band boasted two lineups, one in Italy and one in Slovenia, with the mastermind Mr Doctor keeping the threads together. Inspired by old silent horror films as much as gothic art, opera and heavy metal, every album is a foray into an insane, unstable world. Eliogabalus was chosen simply because it's most flowing and consistent in terms of musical ideas, but all works by this band have a charm of their own.

Negura Bunget - Om.

The pinnacle of this band's musical output (and as far as I'm concerned, their final album), it has been music long in growing. With each album these musicians have evolved their craft, weaving an ever-more intricate and enchanting web of archaic Rumanian mysticism. Black metal is an amazing genre precisely because its boundaries are vast, and form vague enough to be able to melt many things into its core sound, and Om is one of the best representatives. Epic, full of atmosphere native to its place of origin, the songs have enough power to completely obliterate the notion of reality, and submerge you deep into the spiritual realm of the ancient times. The creepy mist seeping out of the black woods, dark magic, autumn wind that throws about dry yellow leaves on an empty river bank - it's all there. Like the two albums above, this is an experience - not just a collection of songs.

Temnozor' - Horizons.

Chosen for similar reasons to Om, it's an album no less incredible; the music feels as if it's a manifestation of every spirit and pre-Christian god of the Slavic lands. The album is equally as visual as Om, however with its own folk influences and perhaps more multifaceted. The songwriting is stellar though, - simpler than the Negura's album, but what it lacks in riff complexity, it gains in raw atmosphere. A notable feature is that they don't have a specific lineup - over ten people are ever involved in the project, some of which are purely studio-bound, and some of which are only ever present at live shows.


I can't actually finish this list at the present time, so I'll reserve the other six albums for another day.


*to be continued*
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:33 pm

Svibrager wrote:
lol, so you're asking to pick from potentially thousands of albums someone has listened to, ten albums that will inevitably turn into "my favourite album is..." responses?

if you're going to write anything like that, you have to not only consider what impact it had on you, but what impact it had on at least the relevant scene - or if it went past its own scene; what is it about an album that makes it good? it can't be purely technical innovation or complexity,... -

and - of all time - ... lets limit this to the times when the concept of an album, as in a collection of (mostly) original songs by an artist, became a reality, at least giving a reasonable idea about genres. otherwise you have classical running all over anything else posted here.

/rant.

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Anubi - Kai Pilnaties Akis Užmerks Mirtis.

A Lithuanian band that was one of the earliest to introduce the idea of "avant-garde" and psychedelic notions into black metal. After a couple of EP's and demos they released this album, - more was not to come, as the vocalist and the main songwriter was killed in a sailing accident. This record is notable not only for the seamless and original incorporation of various streams of music - classical, ambient and jazz the most prevalent - but also for a forward-thinking approach to songwriting, and incredibly haunting ambience of the recording in general. Stretching far beyond simply a metal album, the compositions are ever-morphing and twisted, unfolding like endless wasted landscapes. A long-forgotten gem that to me has few, if any, analogies.

Devil Doll - Eliogabalus.

Grand, seemingly unending scope of vision identifies most of the works by this band. In a considerably unorthodox approach to music, especially considering this was back in the day when mp3 files weren't as much as a dream, this band boasted two lineups, one in Italy and one in Slovenia, with the mastermind Mr Doctor keeping the threads together. Inspired by old silent horror films as much as gothic art, opera and heavy metal, every album is a foray into an insane, unstable world. Eliogabalus was chosen simply because it's most flowing and consistent in terms of musical ideas, but all works by this band have a charm of their own.

Negura Bunget - Om.

The pinnacle of this band's musical output (and as far as I'm concerned, their final album), it has been music long in growing. With each album these musicians have evolved their craft, weaving an ever-more intricate and enchanting web of archaic Rumanian mysticism. Black metal is an amazing genre precisely because its boundaries are vast, and form vague enough to be able to melt many things into its core sound, and Om is one of the best representatives. Epic, full of atmosphere native to its place of origin, the songs have enough power to completely obliterate the notion of reality, and submerge you deep into the spiritual realm of the ancient times. The creepy mist seeping out of the black woods, dark magic, autumn wind that throws about dry yellow leaves on an empty river bank - it's all there. Like the two albums above, this is an experience - not just a collection of songs.

Temnozor' - Horizons.

Chosen for similar reasons to Om, it's an album no less incredible; the music feels as if it's a manifestation of every spirit and pre-Christian god of the Slavic lands. The album is equally as visual as Om, however with its own folk influences and perhaps more multifaceted. The songwriting is stellar though, - simpler than the Negura's album, but what it lacks in riff complexity, it gains in raw atmosphere. A notable feature is that they don't have a specific lineup - over ten people are ever involved in the project, some of which are purely studio-bound, and some of which are only ever present at live shows.


I can't actually finish this list at the present time, so I'll reserve the other six albums for another day.


*to be continued*

did you just talk shit about having a thread about your top ten albums then post about your top ten albums?
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:51 am

C'mon guys and gals. This is a thread where people share their thoughts about some of their fave albums.

There is no "right" albums, and there's no "wrong" albums. We can't possibly like every album someone puts into their list. Why? Because we're all different and we got our own opinion on what we like or not.

I don't want to read 15 opinions about Burzum, Iron Maiden or Abba in this thread. If I want to, I go to the bands thread...


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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Sat Mar 13, 2010 5:32 am

...ok wtf you guys, like vogg said, this is just what you think, your opinion. JEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ

my top ten...

britney spears - im a cunt

Hawethorne heights - cutting myself

Korn - i use my masks as dildos for my own pleasure

P!ATD - pussy is the last thing ill ever get

my chemical romance - i fucked my own asshole with black eyeliner


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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Sat Mar 13, 2010 5:47 am

I agree with Voggis. As i feel extremely limited by 10 albums here's an alternative top 10 in no particular order.

Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality
Black Sabbath - Born Again
Deep Purple - In Rock
Kiss - Dressed To Kill
Thin Lizzy - Thunder And Lightning
James Hall - Pleasure Club
Kreator - Terrible Certainty
Manowar - Into Glory Ride
Motorhead - Overkill
Rainbow - Rising
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PostSubject: Re: Top Ten Albums of All Time   Sat Mar 13, 2010 6:20 am

Agree with Vogg, we need to respect the opinions. This is just for fun, and i know it is exrtremy hard too choose only ten albums, but i doesn't even need to be 100 % correct, we can all try.

This are some of the albums near my top 10

Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind
Candlemass - Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Candlemass - Nightfall
Pentagram - Pentagram/Relentless
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell
Wolf - The Black Flame
Ludovico Einaudi - Le Onde
King Diamond - Them'
Judas Priest - Defenders of the Faith
Diamond Head - Lightning to the Nations
In Flames - Clayman (due to personal reasons)
Neon Rose - Reload
Gary Moore - Wild Frontier
Rainbow - Rising

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