|Top Albums Of 1992|
A Blaze in the Northern Sky
|19|| ||White Zombie|
La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1
|16|| ||The Pharcyde|
Bizarre Ride II: The Pharcyde
|14||Rage Against the Machine|
Rage Against the Machine
Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism
Crescent With Love
|11||Faith No More|
Images and Words
I really hate this band, but I can't deny how good this album is back when they were actually writing music, and not a bunch of shitty wank.
Somewhere Far Beyond
Blind Guardian is probably about the only Power Metal band who's career is worth following all the way through. This is their first really really good album.
|8||Eric B and Rakim|
Don't Sweat the Technique
The last album by this highly influential duo ranks high. Fantastic way to end.
|7||Medeski Martin and Wood|
Notes From the Underground
Awesome debut from a great fusion group. These virtuoso's are fantastic.
Blues For the Red Sun
Lots consider this to be Kyuss' best album, but I find it really trails off after Thong Song. A couple good songs after that (Allen's Wrench), but it ends pretty weak. The first run of 5 songs is what makes this album so highly rated.
|5||Thomas Chapin Trio|
This album moves. Great work of avant-garde jazz.
The most underrated band to come out of the grunge scene, Mark Lanegan is awesome, and this album is very good.
Fear of the Dark
Maybe the most underrated Iron Maiden album, this has a ton of great songs. A couple bad ones, but it's mostly awesome. I think it gets a weak rep because it followed Maiden's worst.
|2|| ||Miles Davis|
This album is so cool. I'd honestly say this is more of a Hip-Hop album than a jazz album, but still, it's so good. It's too bad he died the year prior to this release, it would have been so cool to see what he could have done.
|1||Alice in Chains|
Such a good album, so many great songs. Can't think of any that couldn't be considering classic AiC hits.