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Top Albums Of 1985
10Anthrax
Spreading the Disease


Doesn't come close to touching Among the Living, but it's still a pretty solid album.
9The Misfits
Legacy of Brutality


Always had a thing for this album, ever since middle school. Doesn't have as many memorable songs as some of their other albums, but I've always love the overall feeling of it.
8Celtic Frost
To Mega Therion


Before Tom Warrior seemingly lost his mind (like right after this album), he released To Mega Therion. Some pretty awesome tunes on here, too bad it was a precursor to so much shitty music.
7Clan of Xymox
Clan of Xymox


One of the earlier albums to start the darkwave scene, I've always liked Clan of Xymox. Dark and moody, pretty nice stuff.
6The Jesus and Mary Chain
Psychocandy


One of the classics from the Post-Punk era, this album is really good.
5Armored Saint
Delirious Nomad


Before John Bush joined Anthrax, his vehicle was Armored Saint. These guys had some hit and miss shit, but this is a definite hit and probably their best album.
4 Megadeth
Killing Is My Business...And Business is Good


Megadeth at one point was one of my favourite bands. Since Dave Mustaine has essentially lost his mind and won't let the whole Metallica thing go, I pretty much can't stand them anymore. His slew of new garbage doesn't help either. This one is a classic though.
3Dire Straits
Brothers in Arms


Knopfler really did it with this album. Has some more poppy songs like Walk of Life, but the whole album really seems to have a weird brooding feeling about it. Kind of like the same feeling that pervades Synchronicity.
2Iron Maiden
Live After Death


Their best live album tied with Rock in Rio, not a whole lot to say I don't think. They play a bunch of classics, and only the way Iron Maiden can.
1Tom Waits
Rain Dogs


Really bizarre album, I like Swordfishtrombones better, but this one is still amazing. Singapore is such a sweet song.
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