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Since I saw a few others do this, I think I will as well. This will take me sometime to compile, but will be fun. Comments are welcome, but please don't be a dick!! So here goes....
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#100:

Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas (1994)



This album is such a classic black metal record. This time frame is when the world was watching what would happen next in the Norwegian black metal scene. The murder of Euronymous by Varg Vikernes happened right before the initial release of the CD, which I think made this an instant classic before anyone even listened to it. To me personally what makes this album so great are Attila Csihar's sinister and inhuman vocals!!

Line Up:

Euronymous: Guitars
Hellhammer: Drums
Attila Csihar: Vocals
Count Grishnackh: Bass
Blackthorn: Guitars


Tracks to Check Out:

"Freezing Moon"
"Pagan Fears"
"From the Dark Past"
"De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas"
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#99:

Acid - Maniac (1983)



Acid was a female fronted speed metal band from Belgium, and I'm sure most people on here never heard of them. The music was very influenced by Motörhead. The drums are totally loud and pounding. Kate's vocals are what really draw me to this album. It's almost like she's saying "I'm a chick, but fuck you, I'll kick your ass just like the boys!!"

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Kate De Lombaert: Vocals
Demon: Guitars
Dizzy Lizzy: Guitars
T-Bone: Bass
Anvill: Drums

Tracks to Check Out:

"America"
"Lucifera"
"Prince of Hell and Fire"
"Black Car"
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Old 11-07-2011, 12:51 AM
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#98:

The Runaways - Queens of Noise (1977)



Hey, I didn't say all these would be metal!! These gals were WAY ahead of their time!! With the help of flamboyant record producer, Kim Fowley. They rose to stardom mostly in Japan. This album is far superior to the debut album. Just great song writing.

Line Up:

Cherie Currie: Vocals
Joan Jett: Guitars / Vocals
Lita Ford: Guitars
Jackie Fox: Bass
Sandy West: Drums

Tracks to Check Out:

"I Love Playing With Fire"
"Queens of Noise"
"Neon Angels on the Road to Ruin"
"Born to Be Bad"
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Nunslaughter - Hex (2007)



Cleveland, OH's Nunslaughter (or as some refer to as "Nun's Laughter") have been around since 1987. This is their 3rd full length (as they mostly release EPs and splits). It's not the most complex death metal in the world, but the songs are catchy and get right to the point. There is no love for Jesus Christ found on this album, which makes it great!!!

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Don of the Dead: Vocals
Zack Massacre: Guitars
The Deserter: Bass
Jim Sadist: Drums / Vocals

Tracks to Check Out:

"Smell the Burning Churches"
"I Hate Christians"
"Unbaptized"
"This Is Fucking War"
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I'm really digging your taste in music so far. Cool thread. Looking forward to the next 96 albums!
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#96:

Sargeist - Let the Devil In (2010)



Finland's Sargeist has been satanizing the black metal world since 1999, and "Let the Devil In" is no exception. Full of blasphemy, Satanism, and just full on chaotic black metal!! No keyboards or female vocals, just pure fucking black metal...the way it should be!!!

Line Up:

Hoath Torog: Vocals
Shatraug: Guitars
Vainaja: Bass
Horns: Drums

Tracks to Check Out:

"Twilight Breath of Satan"
"Let the Devil In"
"From the Black Coffin Lair"
"A Spell to Awaken the Temple"
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#95:

Venom - Temples of Ice (1991)



Ok, I may get a lot of slack from the old schoolers about this one, but I loved the Tony "Demolition Man" Dolan albums!! To me Venom, always kicked major ass (except the last two albums). This album has the same speed metal riffs and and driving drums as always, and Tony's vocals are just as raspy and demonic as Cronos' were. The guitar work was also very well played on this record. Plus it's Satanic as Venom SHOULD be!!

Line Up:

Tony "Demolition Man" Dolan: Vocals / Bass
Mantas: Guitars
Abaddon: Drums
War Machine: Guitars

Tracks to Check Out:

"Even in Heaven"
"Temples of Ice"
"Arachnid"
"Faerie Tale"
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#94:

Motörhead - Kiss of Death (2006)



Ok first off, it's fucking Motörhead!!! I think this is their best album since 1993's "Bastards". The opening track "Sucker" just kicks you in the face as only Lemmy and the boys can do!! There will only be one and only Motörhead. Long live Lemmy!!!


Line Up:

Lemmy Kilmister: Vocals / Bass
Phil Campbell: Guitars
Mikkey Dee: Drums

Tracks to Check Out:

"Trigger"
"Sucker"
"God Was Never on Your Side"
"Devil I Know"
"Kingdom of the Worm"
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#93:

Black Sabbath - Never Say Die! (1978)



The last album to feature original vocalist Ozzy Osbourne. A lot of people did not like this album, but me personally it's one of my favorites of the original line up. It shows a more mature Sabbath and Tony's guitar work is as great as ever!!

Line Up:

Ozzy Osbourne: Vocals
Tony Iommi: Guitars
Geezer Butler: Bass
Bill Ward: Drums / Vocals in "Swinging the Chain"
Don Airey: Keyboards (uncredited)

Tracks to Check Out:

"Johnny Blade"
"Air Dance"
"Never Say Die"
"Junior's Eyes"
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