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|Top Albums Of 1983|
|10|| ||New Order|
Power, Corruption & Lies
Painful, but in a good way. This is the soundtrack to a torture dungeon.
Piece of Mind
What was once one of my favourite Iron Maiden albums, this could have been rated higher, but the album ends so badly. The only reason it even makes it on here is because the first 5 songs are all classic Iron Maiden.
More shreddy jazz fusion from Holdsworth, this is awesome.
Kill 'Em All
I hate thrash metal, but Metallica remain one of my favourite bands. This isn't one of my favourite albums by them, but it's still solid. I used to like it a lot more. However the good songs are really good even though the bad ones stink up the joint (No Remorse, lol)
Another Perfect Day
I feel weird rating a Motorhead album this high, but of everything I have, this is about where it falls. Really good.
London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. 1
More of Zappa's classical output, this isn't as good as Vol. 2 but it's still super good.
Dio's best album, this is one where every song could have been a hit. Album rips from start to end.
Definitely my favourite of Tom Waits', erm, 'bizarre' experimental period (yes, moreso than Rain Dogs), epic is the only word I can use to describe this album. Highlight of the album: the first line of Frank's Wild Years.
Their most mature album maybe? I'm not sure that's the best way to describe it, but it's definitely their most diverse sound. Very moody, very atmospheric, this is a classic album.
|list needs r.e.m. though|
|REM is gross|
|ewwwwwwwwww what is wrong with you dude|
okay as long as i see swans on the rest of these 80s lists we're cool
|I don't know if we can be cool if you're that passionate about Michael Stipe|
|early r.e.m. rules|
|michael stipe is a boss|
|no minor threat you suck!!|
|Mercyful Fate, Minor Threat, Accept, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Suicidal Tendencies.|
8, 6, 5, 3, 1 are sweet.