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Old 03-31-2012, 12:42 AM
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as opposed to ranked order to avoid petty arguments (and because I know a few albums on here may anger some of you)
Oh come on, that's the best part!!! But seriously, I'm definately looking forward to this list.
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:54 AM
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Oh come on, that's the best part!!!
Yeah, Linc - you really stole a lot of your own thunder by being such a wuss.

Still, do carry on.
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Old 03-31-2012, 12:05 PM
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Yeah, Linc - you really stole a lot of your own thunder by being such a wuss.

Still, do carry on.
Well, after the Agalloch post I did think about it a bit, and realized I could've pulled it off if I had really wanted to, but it's too late already, so enough about that
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Anthrax (USA)
Among the Living (1987) Island Records



At the time I first heard this album, it was the fastest metal I had ever heard. My first listen of Caught in a Mosh and Efilnikufesin probably made me start a mosh pit in my room, as lame as that sounds! Arguably Anthrax's best album, the youthful vigour the band possessed in 1987 (and still does, if not youthful) brings this record an adrenaline kick, with great drumming from Charlie Benante and vocals from Joey Belladonna, one of my favorite metal vocalists.

Favorite tracks:
Caught in a Mosh
Indians

This is the only one I can agree on so far ._.
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:58 PM
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SO....did you just give up on this or what?
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Old 04-08-2012, 01:22 AM
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SO....did you just give up on this or what?
I did the ones up so far last weekend, and I couldn't get to it during the week, but now that I've got a week-long break, I'll be returning to this.
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Old 04-08-2012, 01:39 AM
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At the Gates (Sweden)
Slaughter of the Soul (1995) Earache Records



An album hopefully familiar to all of you, Slaughter of the Soul is arguably responsible for the popularity of melodic death metal as well as the existence of many bands both melodeath and of other genres. An unrelenting and violent (for melodic death metal) final release from Gothenburg-based act At the Gates, the album has no filler; each track is as good if not better than the last, the album itself a stunning standard for each metal band to reach.

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Blinded by Fear
Slaughter of the Soul
Under a Serpent Sun
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Between the Buried and Me (USA)
Colors (2007) Victory Records



Let me open with a disclaimer: if you're still under the impression that BTBAM are a metalcore band, shut up and listen to this album. While previous releases The Silent Circus and Alaska both contained elements of metalcore to a degree, the band should by no means be put in the same category. Their best release along with The Great Misdirect, Colors is a masterpiece; timing in at over an hour with eight tracks, the album is beautiful yet savage, one of my favorite progressive metal albums of all time. Another thing to note is that though the album is not a concept album, I try to only listen to it in one sitting, instead of picking out tracks.

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Informal Gluttony
Prequel to the Sequel
White Walls
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I pledge to not abandon this thread as I did with my end-of-year thread a few months ago
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:00 AM
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Yeah, I'm sorry guys. I had a Word document with all fifty of the albums but about the day after posting that BTBAM album my computer overheated and I lost it. I'm not sure if it's worth rewriting. If you guys think it is, I'll see what I can do but that's about it.
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