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Greatest Metal Album Of All Time, whats your favorite
shredmandan
Oct 2 2007, 11:01 AM
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There's so many styles of metal but the ones that click for me when i hear greatest of all time is

Megadeth=Rust in Peace
Metallica=Master Of Puppets
Slayer=Reign in Blood
Pantera = Voluger Display of Power

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Sorry guys, I'm going out a limb here and saying Black Sabbath, it doesn't matter which album. They are the godfathers of metal for me !!

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Oct 2 2007, 11:40 AM
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QUOTE (shredmandan @ Oct 2 2007, 05:01 AM) *
There's so many styles of metal but the ones that click for me when i hear greatest of all time is

Megadeth=Rust in Peace
Metallica=Master Of Puppets
Slayer=Reign in Blood
Pantera = Voluger Display of Power


Pretty much my list too, dude, but I think Kill 'em All really defined metal more than Master of Puppets.
I still like Master Of Puppets more though smile.gif

Oh yeah, I'm still with my parents for another year and they'd freak if they heard Slayer tongue.gif so I've never gotten to listen to Reign in Blood. Just a couple of their songs. sad.gif

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QUOTE (SLASH91 @ Oct 2 2007, 11:40 AM) *
Pretty much my list too, dude, but I think Kill 'em All really defined metal more than Master of Puppets.
I still like Master Of Puppets more though smile.gif

Oh yeah, I'm still with my parents for another year and they'd freak if they heard Slayer tongue.gif so I've never gotten to listen to Reign in Blood. Just a couple of their songs. sad.gif


Harsh, My parents both hate death metal, but I listen to it and emulate the vocal style some of the time, apparently I'm not so considerate as yourself laugh.gif

Best Metal Album?

No idea, if I had to give one album that encompassed all of metal for me I'd say the new Darkest Hour album - Deliver Us.

I think its perfection, the lyrical concepts, the vocals, the balance between heavier metal and catchy riffing, it strikes dead on for me.

Props to Reign In Blood and Vulgar Display Of Power, the latter was my introduction to the genre. cool.gif

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This topic turned into another "favorite album" topic biggrin.gif

Actually there is no MOST INFLUENTIAL album, or band or player. Each band contributed to the style it plays so i wouldn't go the way of eliminating all the others and stating only one.

If we list all of the albums you pointed out in this topic we will have another 100 albums list. Try eliminating 99 albums and leaving only 1! Pretty tough, ha? wink.gif

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Yeah, that's right! Crimson with Edge of Sanity.

Maybe not a super polished album, but definetly a masterpiece and I consider this as THE progressive metal album. So yeah, it's the most awesome and influential metal album. (If I don't count black sabbath and stuff like that, that's obviously a lot more infueltioal on the metal genre since it kind of defined metal, but). In my opinion, of course biggrin.gif

And yeah, since it has both Dan Swanö and Mikael Åkerfeldt on vocals, is there anything more to ask for?

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this is more of a what metal albums influence you the most, i think.

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Most influencing I would say Cowboys from Hell by Pantera

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QUOTE (Owen @ Oct 2 2007, 07:57 PM) *
Harsh, My parents both hate death metal, but I listen to it and emulate the vocal style some of the time, apparently I'm not so considerate as yourself laugh.gif

Best Metal Album?

No idea, if I had to give one album that encompassed all of metal for me I'd say the new Darkest Hour album - Deliver Us.

I think its perfection, the lyrical concepts, the vocals, the balance between heavier metal and catchy riffing, it strikes dead on for me.

Props to Reign In Blood and Vulgar Display Of Power, the latter was my introduction to the genre. cool.gif


Nah, man. It's not that I'm being considerate. Lol.
I just know that the only times I could listen to it would be at a friend's house, and if I listened to it at home eventually they would hear it and I'd have to listen to a very LOOONNGGG lecture. I'll just wait till I get a car. tongue.gif

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Hehe, what on dude?

"We're not having satanists in this house young man!"

laugh.gif smile.gif

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Alive or just breathing.. by the almighty Killswitch Engage!
with a decent second place for Cruel World by the farily unknown band Bloodsimple

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