|Albums That I Cannot Stop Listening To As Of Late|
Most of us have albums that we cannot stop listening to at certain rtimes in our lives. Here is a rlist of five I am currently addicted to.
I tend to be a huge critic of Anthrax. More times than not I will switch to a
different song on shuffle when their song pops up other than Madhouse or
Antisocial. Worship Music, however, is just that damn good. Anthrax has set
a new standard for the four horseman of thrash with their latest album.
Limp Bizkit is back to form. It really shows that bands should think twice
before making a ballsy move of leaving their roots. Limp Bizkit went back to
the comfort zone on Gold Cobra and really hit a home run because of it.
Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?
An anniversary of a metal classic has brought me back to Peace Sells. For
some odd reason I will never be able to that sick bass lick of Ellefson out of
my head for the rest of my life, and I really do not mind one bit.
Ride the Lightning
Every year during the anniversary of Cliff's death, I go back and listen to
what were the golden years for Metallica. Adding Cliff to Metallica was like
when John Entwhistle became part of The Who, without them bass would
be boring in modern day rock and metal.
Speed of Darkness
I find it humorous that this album still has not been reviewed on Sputnik.
My first listen through of this album left me a bit bored, to be honest, but
the second and third time through made me realize that Flogging Molly is
one of the last bands standing up for the worker. At some point in the
future we will look upon this album as a statement against the lack of
change in our government and the drastic change that is needed.