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Truer words have never been spoken...

Listening to Billion Dollar Babies now. What an incredible album. The fact that they put out 5 albums from 1971-1973 is one of the most fascinating things to me. Considering Love it to Death, Killer and BDB are all incredible albums start to finish makes that even more impressive.
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Listening to Billion Dollar Babies now. What an incredible album. The fact that they put out 5 albums from 1971-1973 is one of the most fascinating things to me. Considering Love it to Death, Killer and BDB are all incredible albums start to finish makes that even more impressive.
Gotta admit I've never gotten into his stuff, read all the good reviews and know how big of an influence he was on a lot of artists I love, but I've checked out Killer and I didn't get too stoked on it.

Edit: Alright I'm goin back to Killer right now, still sounds like a weaker version of mint Aerosmith to me
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The 70's is just one decade before my time of getting into Heavy Metal music. Maybe I'm younger than some of you guys which surprises me?!?!?!
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Gotta admit I've never gotten into his stuff, read all the good reviews and know how big of an influence he was on a lot of artists I love, but I've checked out Killer and I didn't get too stoked on it.

Edit: Alright I'm goin back to Killer right now, still sounds like a weaker version of mint Aerosmith to me
Of the 3 I mentioned I'd rate them Billion Dollar Babies then Love it to Death then Killer. As a whole it was experimental and controversial but I still think it's a great album. When this album was released Aerosmith was doing poppy stuff like Dream on, Mama Kin and Walking the Dog. Here's an interesting note off wiki:

Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd. called Killer the greatest rock album of all time. Punk icon Jello Biafra & The Melvins covered the song "Halo of Flies" on their 2005 release Sieg Howdy!. Power Metal band, Iced Earth, covered the song "Dead Babies" for their 2002 release, Tribute to the Gods.
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Alice Cooper gets a lot of love from Punks.
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if I did, the first Rush album would probably be number 1 and KISS's Hotter Than Hell a close second. Aerosmith - Draw The Line would be top 5.
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I like Alice Cooper but I like Dragontown town better than some of his 70's albums.
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70's

Pink Floyd-Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd-The Wall
Black Sabbath-Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Alice Cooper-From The Inside
Judas Priest-Stained Class
Led Zeppelin-Led Zeppelin 4
Rainbow-Rising
Black Sabbath-Sabotage
Pink Floyd-Wish You Were Here
Rush-Hemispheres
Black Sabbath-Vol. 4
AC/DC-Highway To Hell
Alice Cooper-Welcome To My Nightmare
Black Sabbath-Master Of Reality
Black Sabbath-Black Sabbath
Judas Priest-Sad Wings Of Destiny
Alice Cooper-Billion Dollar Babies
Black Sabbath-Paranoid
Pink Floyd-Meddle
Rush-2112
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