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Old 03-01-2012, 09:26 AM
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If that be the case, then High on Fucking Fire would be making the list in about a month.
Yes.

Also most of the usual suspects must have been mentioned on here. I'll be: waiting on Agalloch's next album to post here
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Old 02-25-2014, 08:36 PM
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Blind Guardian for sure. You could just about pick any five of their albums and you'd have a streak of killer records, although I do consider 'A Twist in the Myth' to be a slight misstep; it's still good though. Anyway, for the sake of argument, I'll go with:

Tales from the Twilight World
Somewhere Far Beyond
Imaginations from the Other Side
Nightfall in Middle-Earth
A Night at the Opera

I think Deceased are worth a mention as well:

The Blueprints for Madness
Fearless Undead Machines
Supernatural Addiction
As the Weird Travel On
Surreal Overdose

I expect that 'Ghostly White' will be another fantastic album.

Manilla Road:

Crystal Logic
Open the Gates
The Deluge
Mystification
Out of the Abyss

And, of course, Iron Maiden.
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:35 AM
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This is a real cool idea, I think I'll try.

Now, this is what I think and I'm in no way stating that the albums I list are ones that everyone HAS to like, it's just my personnel opinion.

Bon Jovi (BIG SURPRISE!):
Bon Jovi
7800 Degrees Fahrenheit
Slippery When Wet
New Jersey
Keep The Faith
(and These Days, love all six of those records to death)

Van Halen:
Van Halen
Van Halen II
Women And Children First
Fair Warning
Diver Down
(they actually had a seven streak IMO, 1984 and 5150 are both awesome)

Blind Guardian:
Follow The Blind
Tales From The Twilight World
Somewhere Far Beyond
Imaginations From The Other Side
Nightfall In Middle-Earth

Queen:
Queen
Queen II
Shear Heart Attack
A Night At The Opera
A Day At The Races

Judas Priest:
Sad Wings Of Destiny
Sin After Sin
Stained Class
Hell Bent For Leather
British Steel
(wasn't a big fan of Point Of Entry, if it wasn't for that they would also have a seven streak)

W.A.S.P.:
W.A.S.P.
The Last Command
Inside The Electric Circus
The Headless Children
The Crimson Idol

Nightwish:
Oceanborn
Wishmaster
Century Child
Once
Dark Passion Play
(they also have a six streak)

Iron Maiden, but that goes without saying.
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I would say VH, but half of Diver Down is terrible.

Black Sabbath
1. Black Sabbath
2. Paranoid
3. Master of Reality
4. Volume 4
5. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

Deep Purple
1. In Rock
2. Machine Head
3. Fireball
4. Who Do We Think We Are
5. Burn

Rush
1. Signals
2. Grace Under Pressure
3. Power Windows
4. Hold Your Fire
5. Presto
(Blow me, 80s Rush > this planet)
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Old 03-11-2014, 06:52 PM
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Diver Down > Once, Century Child, and Last Command
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Diver Down > Once, Century Child, and Last Command
1984 > Diver Down

Just fucking with you, although Diver Down is inconsistent. Neither is great. These songs from DD are hard to beat, probably better than most of 1984.

Little Guitars
Secrets
Hang Em' High

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Bon Jovi (BIG SURPRISE!):
Bon Jovi
7800 Degrees Fahrenheit
Slippery When Wet
New Jersey
Keep The Faith
(and These Days, love all six of those records to death)
I would actually bump it to 7800 - These Days. The self-titled really isn't all that good, but agree those other five are gold.
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Old 03-12-2014, 10:42 AM
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I would actually bump it to 7800 - These Days. The self-titled really isn't all that good, but agree those other five are gold.
I really love the self-titled, probably just because of how 80's obsessed I am though. The only songs I didn't like on those other five were (I Don't Wanna Fall) To The Fire and It's Hard (Letting You Go), other than that they were all perfect in my eyes.
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Old 03-13-2014, 05:53 AM
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1984 > Diver Down
I'm shocked you would think that's a controversial/trolling opinion. I figured that was fact.
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