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Old 03-02-2013, 05:38 PM
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Celtic Frost - Monotheist

A Dying God Coming Into Human Flesh
Os Abysmi Vel Daath
Synagoga Satanae

Not just the best comeback album of all time, but a fantastic doom/death/gothic album on its own. Celtic Frost totally reinvented themselves from what most people thought was an unsalvageable career and went out with a bang. So evil and so, so good.
Great minds think alike, I added this to the honorable mentions of my list at almost the exact same time you added it to your list.
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So how were all these extreme songs your first metal songs? How did you find them?
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So how were all these extreme songs your first metal songs? How did you find them?
Well his klan showed him the white power ones
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So how were all these extreme songs your first metal songs? How did you find them?
How I got into metal was I messaged my friend who knew metal when I didn't and I told him to give me the loudest, most extreme metal song he knew of. So he sent me this and I fucking fell in love, so then he put together a bunch of songs by a bunch of bands that I listened to. That was back in the day when I only downloaded music song-by-song instead of by album, so I had only those singular metal songs for a long time. I couldn't name each one off, but when I happen upon them, I remember that they were included in that batch. Couple of examples are En Vind Av Sorg from Darkthrone, Key To The Gate by Burzum, Infinite Plateau by Velvet Cacoon, Inner War by Antaeus, etc. I went into metal backwards - didn't really get turned onto Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and Metallica until pretty late in my "listening career"
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Well his klan showed him the white power ones
When NS bands stop making such good music, I'll stop listening to them.
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Very cool thread so far. Although I don't like everything in here, the diversity makes it interesting. Top album lists that consist of two or three genres are boring and predictable.
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How I got into metal was I messaged my friend who knew metal when I didn't and I told him to give me the loudest, most extreme metal song he knew of. So he sent me this and I fucking fell in love, so then he put together a bunch of songs by a bunch of bands that I listened to. That was back in the day when I only downloaded music song-by-song instead of by album, so I had only those singular metal songs for a long time. I couldn't name each one off, but when I happen upon them, I remember that they were included in that batch. Couple of examples are En Vind Av Sorg from Darkthrone, Key To The Gate by Burzum, Infinite Plateau by Velvet Cacoon, Inner War by Antaeus, etc. I went into metal backwards - didn't really get turned onto Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and Metallica until pretty late in my "listening career"
I think it's really surprising that you could like some of this stuff having no previous background with metal. Interesting.
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Very cool thread so far. Although I don't like everything in here, the diversity makes it interesting. Top album lists that consist of two or three genres are boring and predictable.
That wasn't very kind for Mr. Wild/Young.

Also, I agree, very fun and surprising list!
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That wasn't very kind for Mr. Wild/Young.

Also, I agree, very fun and surprising list!
That's alright, that's his opinion.Not my fault either that I don't like 50 different genres.
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That's alright, that's his opinion.Not my fault either that I don't like 50 different genres.
Atta boy! Who gives a shit? If I did a top 100 list it would consist of probably about 70% thrash metal albums. Close-minded? Maybe, but at least we know what we like.
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