Jeremy Wolfers

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Death Albums Ranked

is this death day? Whatever, tough call but hey

This just has the best feel to it. More focused than Symbolic on the faster tunes and often more varied in tone, it's got several of Death's best tracks. All round their strongest.

In many ways Death's best written album. Good selection of tracks with good pacing and some of Death's all time best, and not nearly so disjointed as TSOP, just generally one of their best, but Human's more streamlined and aggressive feel makes it an easier jam and Symbolic can drag a little.
The Sound Of Perseverance

With some of Death's very greatest tracks like Story To Tell, Flesh And The Power It Holds and Spirit Crusher, this has some of Death's greatest moments. However, Death's songwriting can be a little drawn out or disjointed here, and not all of the riffs hit home, leaving a few sour spots that allows Symbolic and Human to edge past.
Individual Thought Patterns

Death's easiest jam with a lot of decent tracks of the right length, but it isn't quite as insipiring as Human throughout. It has some really great songs that are easily among the band's best (Trapped In A Corner, Overactive Imagination, The Philosopher, Mentally Blind), but as a whole it doesn't really inspire that much. Still awesome.

More polished than Scream Bloody Gore and a bit more exhilarating than Spiritual Healing, this is the best of the pre-Human Death albums.
Spiritual Healing

All round a fun Death release with some great riffs and songs. A bit less consistent than Leprosy, but with some very strong highs in Altering The Future, Defensive Personalities and the title track. Edges Scream by a fair amount.
Scream Bloody Gore

A fun jam and full of primal energy, but worse written than any of their other albums and not many tracks really qualify as classics. Not as polished as any of the following albums either.
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