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My Favorite Albums Of All Time

Seen a few of theses lists up, so I decided to make my own. Recs would be great.
20Edge of Sanity
Purgatory Afterglow


A wonderful mix of melodic singing and death metal growling.
19 Dissection
Storm of the Light's Bane


To date, I haven't heard a better Black Metal album.
18Thought Industry
Mods Carve The Pig


What the hell is this?
17Nine Inch Nails
The Downward Spiral
16King Diamond
Abigail


The only album on this list that I don't own. I've heard it tons of times, and I love it to death, but I still don't have it for some reason.
15Iron Maiden
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son


Absolutely epic.
14At The Gates
Terminal Spirit Disease


If only it were a bit longer, if only.
13Savatage
Gutter Ballet


Most underrated album of all time.
12Metallica
Ride The Lightning


Every song here (yes, even Escape) is fantastic.
11System of a Down
System of a Down
10Radiohead
Ok Computer
9Atheist
Elements


The best aspects of Jazz and the best aspects of Death Metal mixed results in a fantastic album.
8Strapping Young Lad
City


Nearly every contemporary metal band tries to be br00tal. SYL does it better without any half-assed pig squeals. Devin is one pissed-off guy.
7Megadeth
Rust In Peace


The pinnacle of Thrash Metal. Once again, nearly flawless.
6Eels
Blinking Lights & Other Revelations
5The Beatles
Revolver


One of the first albums that I heard. I love it.
4Jethro Tull
Thick As A Brick


A masterpiece. The song is over 40 minutes long, and not a moment feels wasted.
3Elliott Smith
Either/Or


Incredibly intimate and sincere. Elliott has one of the most haunting voices ever.
2Death
Symbolic


The perfect mix of aggressive brutality and melody.
1Nick Drake
Five Leaves Left


No competition. Nothing that I've ever heard comes close to this at all. I've heard it countless times, and I still can't find a single flaw.
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