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8.Generation Wild - Crashdiet


Year Of Release: 2010

Tracklist:
1.442 (Intro)
2.Armageddon
3.So Alive
4.Generation Wild
5.Rebel
6.Save Her
7.Down With The Dust
8.Native Nature
9.Chemical
10.Bound To Fall
11.Beautiful Pain

Genre: Glam Metal/Sleaze Rock

The top album of my glam metal revival thread makes the number 8 spot here.Crashdiet (along with Hardcore Superstar) is the leader of the Swedish Glam Metal seen.Generation Wild is not only Crashdiet's best album,and it's not only the best "NEW" glam metal album, it's also the best album of the new millennium period IMO.They have the perfect mix of Guns 'N' Roses, Motley Crue, and Skid Row influences to make a album that is truly spectacular.Simon Cruz sings like Sebastian Bach with a modern twist, Martin Sweet is more of a riff master than a solo master, but he can still no doubt shred.Peter London plays the bass really well, keep the backbone for the rest of the band, and Eric Young crashes on the drums with a drum sound that is incredible.Highlights include "Chemical" with that comes with a killer chorus, the power ballad "Save Her", and the anthem for the new glam metal generation, the bombastic title-track.

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"Generation Wild" http://grooveshark.com/s/Generation+Wild/32Gnts?src=5
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Whitesnake just came on the radio and I RIGHT AWAY thought of you, Wild one
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7.Shake Your Money Maker - The Black Crowes


Year Of Release: 1990

Tracklist:
1.Twice As Hard
2.Jealous Again
3.Sister Luck
4.Could I've Been So Blind
5.Seeing Things
6.Hard To Handle
7.Thick N' Thin
8.She Talks To Angels
9.Struttin' Blues
10.Stare It Cold
11.Don't Wake Me (Bonus Track)
12.She Talks To Angels (Acoustic - Bonus Track)
13.Mercy, Sweet Moan (Bonus Track)

Genre: Blues Rock/Southern Rock/Hard Rock

The Black Crowes are THE blues and southern rock band IMO.Some may say Aerosmith, but they seem to have a more fresher sound then Aerosmith to me.This is definitely their best album, and it's my second favorite debut album of all time.Chris Robinson has the gritty tone and swagger in his voice that I love, and he uses both well.The guitar duo of Rich Robinson and Jeff Cease is one that can only be topped by few.Drum player Steve Gorman pounds on the drums proving to be one of my favorite drum players, and Johnny Colt tightens things up with his excellent bass playing.Highlights include the rockin' opener "Twice As Hard", the underrated bar fight song "Thick N' Thin", and my personnel favorite, the grooving "Struttin' Blues".

Standout Track:
"Struttin' Blues" http://grooveshark.com/s/Struttin+Blues/2ohHvM?src=5
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Cool , and as my curious mind must ask, what song?
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6.Appetite For Destruction - Guns 'N' Roses


Year Of Release: 1987

Tracklist:
1.Welcome To The Jungle
2.It's So Easy
3.Nightrain
4.Out Ta Get Me
5.Mr Brownstone
6.Paradise City
7.My Michelle
8.Think About You
9.Sweet Child O' Mine
10.You're Crazy
11.Anything Goes
12.Rocket Queen

Genre: Heavy Metal/Hard Rock

Guns 'N' Roses were once a great band, and I unfortunately wasn't alive when they were.This debut album is IMO the best debut album of all time.The guitars of Slash and Izzy Stradlin have a certain crunch to them that no one else has, and that makes the stellar riffs and solos that much more better.Axl Rose has probably the best gritty voice in all of rock music, if only he could have continued to improve this band.On the rhythm side is Duff McKagan on the bass and Steven Adler, both of whom form a tight backbone that fits perfectly with the rest of the band.Highlights include the vastly underrated "Think About You", the funky "Mr. Brownstone", and my all time favorite GnR song, the kickin' "Nightrain".The band, as we all know, began to falter shortly after this, but this is right here is still their finest hour.

Standout Track:
"Nightrain" http://grooveshark.com/s/Nightrain/1ODvSr?src=5
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GnR is about where i'd put it. I was in the crowd at Donnington 1988 when GnR played and two guys died. Not much fun being only 16 & wedged in a 100,000+ crowd so tightly your feet didn't touch the ground and you were being carried along by the crush trying desperately not to go down. I only got out 'cause I got in behind someone built like a brick shthouse who decided he'd had enough as well.
Black Crowes, I prefer Southern Harmony..... myself, and neither'd make the top 20.

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GnR is about where i'd put it. I was in the crowd at Donnington 1988 when GnR played and two guys died. Not much fun being only 16 & wedged in a 100,000+ crowd so tightly your feet didn't touch the ground and you were being carried along by the crush trying desperately not to go down. I only got out 'cause I got in behind someone built like a brick shthouse who decided he'd had enough as well.
Black Crowes, I prefer Southern Harmony..... myself, and neither'd make the top 20.
Yea, GnR was probably the most dangerous band to go see according to what I've been told.And Southern Harmony is pretty good, but it didn't stick to me like Money Maker did
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5.A Day At The Races - Queen


Year Of Release: 1976

Tracklist:
1.Tie Your Mother Down
2.You Take My Breath Away
3.Long Away
4.The Millionaire Waltz
5.You And I
6.Somebody To Love
7.White Man
8.Good-Old Fashioned Lover Boy
9.Drowse
10.Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)

Genre: Rock/Metal

Almost all Queen fans will say either Queen II or A Night At The Opera is their best album.Let me just say that A Day At The Races beats every other Queen album by leaps and bounds.Freddie Mercury voice is as good as possible on this record, especially on "Somebody To Love".Brian May's guitar playing is astonishing as always, and legendary bass player John Deacon is at his personnel best, as well as drum player Roger Taylor.This album is most of the time overlooked because of A Night At The Opera, but I honestly can't see a real reason not think this is one of Queen's finest works.Standouts include the scorching opener "Tie Your Mother Down", the highly underrated "Good-Old Fashioned Lover Boy", and my favorite Queen song, the mellow rocker "Long Away".Queen's best work.

Standout Track:
"Long Away" http://grooveshark.com/s/03+Queen+Long+Away/oIUrk?src=5
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4.Pyromania - Def Leppard


Year Of Release: 1983

Tracklist:
1.Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)
2.Photograph
3.Stagefright
4.Too Late For Love
5.Die Hard The Hunter
6.Foolin'
7.Rock Of Ages
8.Comin' Under Fire
9.Action! Not Words
10.Billy's Got A Gun

Genre: Hard Rock/NWOBHM

Def Leppard has to rank in my top 5 favorite bands of all-time.They have released many great albums, and it's very hard to choose their best.But in the end the top spot has to go to Pyromania.The twin attack of Steve Clark and Phil Collin is one that cannot be match, and they're probably my favorite guitar duo of all-time.Rick Allen is my second favorite drummer of all time, and he is an absolute beast on this record.Rick Savage is also an extremely great bass player, and Joe Elliot reaches the peak of his career on this album IMO.Standouts include the EXTREMELY underrated "Billy's Got A Gun", the haunting Def Leppard classic "Too Late For Love", and my favorite Def Leppard song, the electric "Stagefright".

Standout Track:
"Stagefright" http://grooveshark.com/s/Stagefright/2rXLyX?src=5
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4.Pyromania - Def Leppard


Year Of Release: 1983

Tracklist:
1.Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)
2.Photograph
3.Stagefright
4.Too Late For Love
5.Die Hard The Hunter
6.Foolin'
7.Rock Of Ages
8.Comin' Under Fire
9.Action! Not Words
10.Billy's Got A Gun

Genre: Hard Rock/NWOBHM

Def Leppard has to rank in my top 5 favorite bands of all-time.They have released many great albums, and it's very hard to choose their best.But in the end the top spot has to go to Pyromania.The twin attack of Steve Clark and Phil Collin is one that cannot be match, and they're probably my favorite guitar duo of all-time.Rick Allen is my second favorite drummer of all time, and he is an absolute beast on this record.Rick Savage is also an extremely great bass player, and Joe Elliot reaches the peak of his career on this album IMO.Standouts include the EXTREMELY underrated "Billy's Got A Gun", the haunting Def Leppard classic "Too Late For Love", and my favorite Def Leppard song, the electric "Stagefright".

Standout Track:
"Stagefright" http://grooveshark.com/s/Stagefright/2rXLyX?src=5
its a great album. too late for love, and foolin are my favorites.
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