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post #31 of 89

700

 

I have all of the SP reissues-they are all marvelous.

 

-Daniel

post #32 of 89

The Chronic

 

can't believe nobody's mentioned it...

 

Also Siamese Dream

Jimmy Chamberlins drums on that album are great

 

also if you said melancholy instead of sd you're just wrong  rolleyes.gif

j/k

but not entirely


Edited by Rawrbington - 12/31/12 at 4:57pm
post #33 of 89

Suede - S/T 

Sebadoh - Bakesale

RHCP - BSSM

post #34 of 89
Thread Starter 
I can't believe we forgot:

Automatic For The People - REM
Superunknown - Soundgarden
Dookie - Green Day
Smash - The Offspring
Blur - Blur
Angel Dust - Faith No More
post #35 of 89
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by daveIT View Post

Suede - S/T 
Sebadoh - Bakesale
RHCP - BSSM

I already said BSSM and Californication, they are awesome!
post #36 of 89
Thread Starter 
Oh My God!!!

American Psycho - The Misfits
Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood - The Misfits
post #37 of 89

Dream Theater - Images and Words

post #38 of 89

Faith No More-The Real Thing

 

That album is tattooed into my brain!!!!
 

post #39 of 89
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How about we get some METAL in here!!! devil_face.gif

 

Anthrax- Among the Living

Brutal Truth- Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses

Cannibal Corpse- Tomb of the Mutilated

Cryptopsy- Blasphemy Made Flesh/ None So Vile 

Death- Symbolic

Dismember- Death Metal

Emperor- In the Nightside Eclipse

Exhumed- Gore Metal

Meshuggah- Destroy Erase Improve 

Ministry- Psalm 69

Nile- Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka

Pantera- Cowboys from Hell/Far Beyond Driven 

Strapping Young Lad- City

Suffocation- Pierced From Within/Effigy of the Forgotten

Testament- The Gathering/Demonic

Tool- Undertow

Napalm Death- Fear, Emptiness, Despair

Marduk- Opus Nocturne

Obituary- Cause of Death

Carcass- Heartwork 

Dude, how are you going to mention Death - Symbolic, but not Human, Individual Thought Patterns, and The Sound of Perseverance?!

 

Glad to see some of those other old school death metal albums though. 

post #40 of 89
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Dude, how are you going to mention Death - Symbolic, but not Human, Individual Thought Patterns, and The Sound of Perseverance?!

 

Glad to see some of those other old school death metal albums though. 

 Well dude...I was just giving out a quick round up of albums. I didn't attend to go through EACH AND EVERY ALBUM. But yeah....raise da' horns \m/ 

post #41 of 89

It's a year late in 2000 but Big L The Big Picture has to be mentioned. One of the best rap albums ever IMO. 

post #42 of 89

Glad to see some fellow metalheads around here. I know I'm forgetting some but here goes-

 

Megadeth- Countdown to Extinction

Megadeth- Rust in Peace

Metallica- Black Album

Kreator- Coma of Souls

Slayer- Seasons in the Abyss

Sacred Reich- American Way

Iced Earth- Burnt Offerings

Sanctuary- Into the Mirror Black

Nevermore- Politics of Ecstasy

Nevermore- Dreaming Neon Black

Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power

Tool- Aenima

Acid Bath- Paegan Terrorism Tactics

Sheavy- The Electric Sleep

Spirit Caravan- Jug Fulla Sun 

Symphony X- Divine Wings of Tragedy

Meshuggah- Chaosphere

Meshuggah- Destroy Erase Improve

Death- Symbolic

Death- Sound of Perseverance

Sepultura- Arise

Sepultura- Chaos A.D.

post #43 of 89

I think the 90s was the last great generation for GOOD music. So many awesome bands. Now what is there? Just check out the iTunes top 10. Justin Beiber, Ke$ha (wtf!), and a bunch of other auto-tuned crap. There are hardly any actual bands that are popular anymore. Pretty much all pop music is computer generated now. Kind of a shame!

 

BTW, heck yes to Pantera. I totally forgot about them!

post #44 of 89

After trolling through my records, I found to my happy surprise that the 90s were not too shabby musically speaking! beyersmile.png  I still prefer the 70s overall.

 

Faith No More - Angel Dust

Soundgarden - Superunknown

Deep Purple - Purpendicular

Alanis Morissette- Jagged Little Pill

Rainbow - Stranger In Us All

Robert Plant - Fate Of Nations

Daevid Allen - Dreamin' a Dream

ELP - Black Moon

Gong - Shapeshifter

Queensrÿche - Empire

No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded

Feed Your Head Volume 2

Queen - Innuendo

Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Walking Into Clarksdale

Joe Satriani - Flying In A Blue Dream

Rush - Test For Echo

Aerosmith - Get A Grip

Steve Hackett - Watcher of the Skies: Genesis Revisited

Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go

Moodswings - Moodfood

Nazareth - Move Me

Nick Turner - Space Ritual 1994

post #45 of 89
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Originally Posted by CirrusPilot View Post

I think the 90s was the last great generation for GOOD music. So many awesome bands. Now what is there? Just check out the iTunes top 10. Justin Beiber, Ke$ha (wtf!), and a bunch of other auto-tuned crap. There are hardly any actual bands that are popular anymore. Pretty much all pop music is computer generated now. Kind of a shame!

 

BTW, heck yes to Pantera. I totally forgot about them!

Agreed. I'd say 92-02 was some of the best music we'll ever hear..... 

 

Music today is tooooo socialized. 

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