44.The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza-Danza IIII: The Alpha-The Omega
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza has never been band I've been a big fan of. Their older material was a little bit too scattered and unfocused (even for mathcore) for me to get really into. They finally get it right on their fourth (and unfortunately) final album. Don't get wrong it's still a chaotic record, The chaos is just more streamlined and refined. Josh Travis is an incredible guitar player and his high-flying guitar acrobatics are the main attraction of this record. The dude does wonders with all 8 strings and he actually throws some occasional melody (best used on the 7-minute instrumental cut "Paul Bunyan and The Blue Ox") in with his usual technical prowess which was cool. Danza definitely goes out on top with their most mature and easily best record of their career. A very pleasant surprise.
3.Paul Buyan and the Blue Ox