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Old 02-21-2011, 08:37 PM
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I usually only listen to stoner metal in a certain mood.

One of them is much better high.
Oh. Well Holy Mountain is better sober, sooo yeah.
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Old 02-21-2011, 08:41 PM
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No way does Dio qualify as power metal to me. That's traditional metal if it has ever been recorded in my eyes.

The Book of Heavy Metal is such a weird pick to me. I've never thought, that even at their best, Dream Evil was more than at best, a 2nd-tier band, and The Book of Heavy Metal is my 3rd favorite of their 5 albums.
I would consider Dio a major influence on Power Metal, and as such consider Holy Diver a definititve album in that style.

Book Of Heavy Metal is my favorite Dream Evil record. I would rate them quite high within power metal as a style of music. Please not I amen't a big power metal fan to begin with, I am merely rating what I like out of that style.
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Old 02-21-2011, 08:42 PM
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Broke my heart to not include this myself. But like half of my dozen all-time favorites are under the Prog Metal bracket, so I have to get pretty damn choosy.
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Old 02-21-2011, 08:42 PM
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Bands that are their own genres:

Opeth: Ghost Reveries

Celtic Frost: Into the Pandemonium & To Mega Therion
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Voivod: Nothingface & Dimension Hatross
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Old 02-21-2011, 08:46 PM
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I would consider Dio a major influence on Power Metal, and as such consider Holy Diver a definititve album in that style.
I won't argue that Dio isn't a huge influence on the Power Metal genre, but I don't consider any of his work to be power metal. It's the same deal with Maiden, and a few other bands like them. It was essential stuff in the formation of the genre, but I don't think there was any true power metal prior to around 1985 and Helloween's Walls of Jericho, and the genre didn't really blossom for about 5 years more after that.

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Broke my heart to not include this myself. But like half of my dozen all-time favorites are under the Prog Metal bracket, so I have to get pretty damn choosy.
It's a fantastic album. Life in Still Water, Point of View and 11th Hour are absolute classics of the genre.
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It's a fantastic album. Life in Still Water, Point of View and 11th Hour are absolute classics of the genre.
Honestly EVERY song on that album is a "classic" to me. But Eleventh Hour, Point of View, and Leave the Past Behind are my favorites. Honestly love all 8 of them though. One of only maybe ten records ever made where I can say that.
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Old 02-21-2011, 08:52 PM
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Honestly EVERY song on that album is a "classic" to me. But Eleventh Hour, Point of View, and Leave the Past Behind are my favorites. Honestly love all 8 of them though. One of only maybe ten records ever made where I can say that.
So true. and how could I forget about Leave the Past Behind? Must be my bedtime.
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Heavy Metal
AC/DC - Back In Black

Thrash Metal
Celtic Frost - Cold Lake

Speed Metal
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell

Hair/Glam Metal
Pantera - Metal Magic

Groove Metal
Limp Bizkit - Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water

Nu-Metal
SYL - City

Death Metal
BMTH - Count Your Blessings

Brutal Death Metal
Whitechapel - This is Exile

Technical Death Metal
Suicide Silence - The Cleansing

Progressive Death Metal
Born of Osiris - The New Reign

Melodic Death Metal
Children of Bodom - Blooddrunk

Power Metal
Dragonforce - Inhuman Rampage

Grindcore
All Shall Perish - The Price of Existence

Black Metal
Cradle of Filth - Nymphetamine
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Oh. Well Holy Mountain is better sober, sooo yeah.
Strongly disagree there bro, Dragonaut baked is an otherworldly experience
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