Average Rating: 3.46
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Objectivity Score: 76% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicAntonio Vivaldi The Four SeasonsArsis A Diamond for DiseaseThis is just flat out brutal. Arsis makes one of my favorite albums ever with A Diamond for Disease. The title track is essentially 13 minutes of non stop hardcore and amazing soloing. Not only is it one of the best melodic death metal tracks I have heard, but it is one of the best metal track period. James Malone gives a harsh vocal style that I actually enjoy throughout this whole EP. The other two tracks, while not being as amazing as A Diamond for Disease are extremely respectible in their own ways. The Alice Cooper cover Roses in White Lace has grown on me a lot and is another superb track. The Promise of Never ends this EP on a brutal note. Containing passages of A Diamond For Disease, this track ends this monumental disc.Edge of Sanity Crimson IIGunther PleasuremanEvery so often we are blessed with the presence of a truly bad artists: Soulja Boy, Doomthrone, and Limp Bizkit. Gunther would seem the same way based off of the cover alone. Well he is pretty bad, but he's so bad that it's good in a way too. Every song on here is about sex, but with a spice of europop thrown into the equation. Great titles like Touch Me and Ding Ding Dong make up the better of the songs on here. Oh forget it. Here are some lyrics to judge for yourselves while I think of a way to review this whole album.
"touch me, touch me now...
touch me, touch me now...
hot and cold emotion, confusing my brain,
I could not decide between pleasure and pain,
like a tramp in the night, I was begging for you
to treat my body like you wanted to"Lost Horizon A Flame To The Ground BeneathMono Hymn to the Immortal WindNightwish OnceNightwish WishmasterWintersun Time IYes!!!! Now I finally have been able to Embrace the Stars!!!Yndi Halda Enjoy Eternal BlissBest post rock album ever? It's pretty damn close with Mono's Hymn to the Immortal Wind. Four songs may seem too short, but with the shortest one being 12 minutes, we get a hell of a ride throughout. The 7:26 climax of Illuminate My Heart My Darling is probably the greatest thing ever and if you don't like it, well you pretty much suck. In fact, if you don't even like this album, well you're an Huge IdiotYndi Halda Enjoy Eternal Bliss EP4.5 superbAmon Amarth Once Sent from the Golden HallAvenged Sevenfold City of EvilBlind Guardian A Night at the OperaBon Iver For Emma, Forever AgoChildren of Bodom Something WildCynic Traced in AirDiablo Swing Orchestra The Butcher's BallroomEd Alleyne-Johnson UltravioletEdge of Sanity CrimsonEdge of Sanity When All Is SaidEquilibrium SagasGodspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero KanadaHaggard Tales of IthiriaIn Flames ColonyIn Flames ClaymanIron Maiden PowerslavePowerslave, the only Maiden album where I've heard every song on it. The title track Powerslave is one of my top 5 favorite songs ever. The grandiose arrangement of the track is unmatched. The lyrics are easily my favorite ever (I am wanting to become an Egyptologist) In fact, the rest of the tracks are pretty great too. Aces High, 2 Minutes to Midnight, all rule. Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh SonJosh Groban CloserKamelot Poetry for the PoisonedLost Horizon Awakening The WorldMetallica Ride the LightningThis is my favorite Metallica album. Fade to Black and Creeping Death are two thrash metal classics. The riffage, the solos, the awesome singing of James Hetfield. Everything is great about this album. The only thing plauging this from classic status is the bland tracks Escape and Trapped Under Ice. Mono For My ParentsMutyumu Ilya2008 has been a great year for music. I will dwell deeper into that category in a few days, but I have one thing to talk about: the album of the year. It took almost the full year for me to find the best album, and it comes to us from the Land of the Rising Sun. Don't even ask me about the cover or the lyrics. I have no clue what they mean. All that I know is that these guys incorporate an extraordinary blend of opera, post-rock, metal, and
a pinch of hardcore.Mutyumu has reached the pinnacle of musical perfection; don't even get me started on the pianist. Vocalist Hatis Noit shines as well. Her operatic styling fits perfectly for the
orchestrations that are being presented. The best song of the year (and one that is quickly climbing my best of all time list) Prayeris 11 minutes of splendid musicianship and vocal prowess. At around the 6 minute mark, we are treated with an explosion of piano and orchestral carnage. The best part is that this last the remaining four minutes of the song. Very post-rock climax like in delivery. Overall, this is a gem of 2008, and it comes to me from a very unlikly place. Everything is thrown in your face at once, so this may seem like too much for some, but thank you Mutyumu for showing me that, at your best, you can hang with the best
orchestral band in the world (imo) in Nightwish.
Nightwish End Of An EraNightwish ImaginaerumNightwish Showtime, StorytimeOpeth WatershedMy journey back into Opeth after over a year hiatus has brought me anxiousness to hear their other stuff. The clean passages were a turn on for me on Blackwater Park, and this doesn't disappoint. Coil is an amazing acoustic piece featuring a guest women vocalist. Burden is another beautiful piece as well. Hessian Peel though gets the reward for best song on here and song of the year so far. Catchy progressive slow riffs turned into heavy prog-death riffs give me goosebumps everytime I hear it. Mikael's harsh vocals are superb on this track and I see why everyone is abuzz about them. Mikael is quickly joining Dan Swano as my favorite death metal vocalist. pg.lost It's Not Me, It's You!Rhapsody of Fire Legendary TalesRome Masse Mensch MaterialSonata Arctica EclipticaSystem of a Down ToxicityThis is a marvelous album. System is one of the bands that evolved my taste in music, and Toxicity is easily my favorite album from them. From the Opener The Prison Song, to the ending of Aerials, this packs a pretty unique, but spectacular punch. Massive hits like Chop Suey and Toxicity are done extremely well, while ATWA, and Science being sleepers for me on here. My favorite song on here (and one of my two fav. SOAD songs ever) is definitely Aerials. This is truly haunting, but so damn good. Tarot Crows Fly BlackTarot Suffer Our PleasuresWintersun WintersunX Japan Art of Life4.0 excellentAmaseffer Slaves for LifeAmon Amarth Twilight of the Thunder GodThor, Odin's son, protector of mankind, ride to meet your fate, your destiny awaits
Thor, Hlodyn's son, protector of mankind, ride to meet your fate, Ragnarok awaits.
This pretty much sums up the entire album. It may sound the same, but who cares? I
feel like a Viking getting ready to lead my men to a victory. Amon Amarth With Oden on Our SideAmon Amarth Surtur RisingSEE ME RISE THE MIGHTY SURT. DESTROYER OF THE UNIVERSE!!!! BRINGER OF FLAMES AND
ENDLESS HURT. SCORCHER OF MEN AND EARTH!.
Yeah this album is that awesome. Amon Amarth Deceiver of the GodsNow escape, there's no return THE UNIVERSE SHALL BLEED AND BURNApocalyptica ApocalypticaArsis A Celebration of GuiltAvantasia The Wicked SymphonyAvantasia The Mystery Of TimeHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYY MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNN IIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNN YYYYYYYYYYYOOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUURRRRRRRRR HHIIIIDEEEEEEEEAWWWWWAYYYYY....oh...wrong albumBat For Lashes Two SunsBlind Guardian A Twist in the MythBlind Guardian At the Edge of TimeBreaking Benjamin SaturateThis is easily Breaking Benjamin's best album. This is a slice of addicting, catchy, and overall good hard rock. Natural Life is my favorite song on here and one of my fav. Breaking Benjamin songs ever. The single Polyamorous is also very solid too. Actually, there isn't a single bad song on here, but it just doesn't give off that "it" factor that an album with a rating of 5 gives off. If you're looking for a good hard rock album, pick this one up. Butch Walker Sycamore MeadowsCeltic Thunder Celtic ThunderChildren of Bodom Hate Crew DeathrollChildren of Bodom Follow The ReaperChildren of Bodom HatebreederConverge Petitioning the Empty SkyConverge Axe to FallFor 28 minutes and 13 seconds, my ears were getting raped and destroyed. Suddenly Converge was like hey, let's slow it down for the final 11 minutes. These 11 minutes have only been passed by two songs the entire year. So yeah, this deserves all the drool this website has spewed out of it's mouth the past seven or so hours. Crystal Eyes Confessions of the MakerCynic Carbon-Based AnatomyDagon TerraphobicDan Swano OdysseyDiablo Swing Orchestra Pandora's PinataDragonForce Sonic FirestormDragonForce The Power WithinNew singer brings shorter songs, more variety of riffs, lack of Mach 5 guitar solos for 70 minutes, and a return to the band's roots combining the best of Valley of the Damned and Sonic Firestorm. This is easily the best power metal album in the past two years and that is something I did not think I would say about the band at this point in time. DragonForce Maximum OverloadSo I guess a Thrash/Melo-Death/Prog with a sweet power metal vocalist Dragonforce is kinda
Plus dem Bass solos Dream Evil Dragon SlayerDream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Liningsdredg The Pariah, The Parrot, The DelusionE.S. Posthumus UnearthedEdge of Sanity Purgatory AfterglowEdguy Space Police - Defenders of the CrownEquilibrium Turis FratyrEquilibrium ErdentempelEternal Deformity Frozen CircusEternal Tears of Sorrow Before the Bleeding SunExplosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead PlaceFair to Midland Arrows and AnchorsFirewind The PremonitionFirewind Days of DefianceFrozen Silence Frozen SilenceGates of Winter Lux AeternaGodsmack AwakeGodsmack The Other SideGreen Carnation Light of Day, Day of DarknessHaggard Eppur Si MuoveHeed The CallHelloween 7 SinnersIced Earth Something Wicked This Way ComesIced Earth The Glorious BurdenAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!! Greenface
That pretty much sums up this album, meaning it sounds just great as that wail by Ripper. In Flames WhoracleIn Flames Sounds of a Playground FadingIn Vain MantraInfinite Tales Only the BeginningJudas Priest Screaming for VengeanceKalmah 12 GaugeKalmah's 12 Gauge has moments of absolute brilliance, but is sometimes hampered by generic and boring riffs. Luckily, we are treated to some of the catchiest riffs in quite some time (opening of One of Fail,) and the solos are all ace, especially Godeye. The album ends on a slow and haunting note in Sacramentum and it proves to be the most solid track on the entire album. For the Revolution was a good album with some great tracks, but 12 Gauge surpasses it in every possible way. Kamelot EpicaKamelot The Fourth LegacyKamelot Karmamaudlin of the Well Part the SecondMaybeshewill Sing The Word Hope In Four-Part HarmonyMaybeshewill I Was Here For a Moment, Then I Was GoneMetallica Master of PuppetsMono You Are ThereMoonsorrow V: HavitettyNeutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaNightwish Century ChildNightwish OceanbornNightwish Dark Passion PlayNightwish Over The Hills And Far AwayNightwish From Wishes To EternityNovembre The BlueOdyssey Reinventing The PastOpeth Still LifeOrphaned Land All Is Onepg.lost Yes I Am EPpg.lost In Never Outpg.lost KeyPorcupine Tree In AbsentiaPrimordial To the Nameless DeadProtest the Hero FortressRhapsody of Fire Dawn of VictoryRhapsody of Fire Symphony of Enchanted LandsRhapsody of Fire From Chaos to EternityRodrigo y Gabriela Rodrigo y GabrielaRodrigo y Gabriela 11:11Rome Flowers From ExileRush 2112Savage Garden Savage GardenSonata Arctica SilenceSonata Arctica Pariah's ChildStreetlight Manifesto Somewhere in the BetweenSymphony X The OdysseySymphony X Paradise LostSystem of a Down Steal This Album!The Birthday Massacre Walking With StrangersTrivium ShogunWith the release of the poor album Ascendancy in 2005, followed by the mediocre The Crusade in 2006, I didn't have much hope for Trivium. Yeah, they were decent musicians, but something just didn't stick out. Maybe it was Matt Heafy's bland James Hetfieldesque vocals on The Crusade, or maybe it was just the uninspired feel I got from the band. Whatever it was, Trivium was just a mediocre band. Boy oh Boy has this changed with Shogun. Releasing an album where over half of the songs don't suck and are actually enjoyable is definitely a step-up. The guitar harmonies and the riffs are catchy and pretty sweet. Vocally this is a step up too, though the screams are a bit funny. The best part about this album though is easily the self titled track. A contender for song of the year, this has everything Trivium has in their arsenal. It's as brutal as mainstream metal is going to get, but it never loses its melody or catchy factor. Everything about this near 12 minute song is unbelievable. This album is definitely a surprise for 2008Tuomas Holopainen Music Inspired by the Life and Times of ScroogeTwo Steps From Hell InvincibleUnited Nations United NationsUnited Nations Nevermind the Bombings, Here's Your Six FiguresWeird Al Yankovic Bad Hair Day3.5 greatAfter Forever After ForeverAlestorm Captain Morgan's RevengeAmon Amarth Fate of NornsAmon Amarth The AvengerApocalyptica Plays Metallica by Four CellosApocalyptica Amplified: A Decade Of Reinventing The CelloApocalyptica Worlds CollideArghoslent Incorrigible BigotryArsis We Are the NightmareArsis United in RegretAvantasia The ScarecrowAvantasia The Metal OperaAvenged Sevenfold Waking the FallenThis is my second favorite Avenged Sevenfold release. Unlike City of Evil, who's songlisting was almost flawless, this has some flaws. There are only about a half dozen songs on here that I like, but they are really good in the process. Second Heartbeat is my favorite song, and the solo at the end stacks up as one of my favorite solos ever. Unholy Confessions and Chapter 4 are great as well. The finale of this disk, And All Things Will End, is a spectacular 7 minutes, but the solo near the end is very strange.rOverall though, a great album. Between the Buried and Me ColorsI picked this up blindly a couple of months ago because of all the hooplaa surrounding it. So, I went to my local Wal-Mart and found it for 10 bucks. Now listening to this quite a few times since then, I can say that this is extremely overrated, but it is very good. When I listen to this now, I skip almost all of the tracks. The two I listen to though: Ants of the Sky and White Walls are 25 minutes of me drooling at the awesomeness of these songs. The slidining guitars, the slow passages and good god that epic solo at the end of White Walls makes this whole record worthwhile. Blind Guardian Imaginations from the Other SideBlind Guardian Somewhere Far BeyondBloodbath Unblessing the PurityBoomerang Sounds of SirensBreaking Benjamin We Are Not AloneBullet for My Valentine The PoisonBullet for My Valentine Bullet for My ValentineBurst Lazarus BirdCarcass HeartworkCarcass Surgical SteelChildren of Bodom Are You Dead Yet?This is definitely not COB's finest work, but it's a pretty solid release. It seems like they decided to get rid of the Melo-Power Metal roots on this one a bit, but that doesn't mean the songs still aren't a headbanging fest. Opener Living Dead Beat is a monster of an opener. If You Want Peace Prepare for War is the best song on here, and Trashed Lost and Strungout is another solid effort. This just doesn't compare to earlier releases like Hatebreeder or Follow the Reaper. Children of Bodom Halo of BloodConverge Jane DoeCynic FocusDark Tranquillity FictionDark Tranquillity Damage DoneDiablo Swing Orchestra Sing-Along Songs for the Damned & DeliriousDisillusion Back To Times Of SplendorDisturbed Ten Thousand FistsLike most hard rock/nu metal bands, the first half of albums are usually the best part of the record; this is no different. Starting with Ten Thousand Fists, the first 6 songs are hard rock excellency. Guarded and Stricken are my two favorite songs and I'm Alive is a close third. The rest of the album though, isn't really good. Overburdened is the only highlight from this part. DragonForce Inhuman RampageWhat's better than writing the same song 7 times then doing a ballad? Nothing really. These guys flare their guitars at mach 5 speeds. ZP is an excellent vocalist in the power metal genre. This has all the ingredients to be a good album. What is the problem? The songwriting. Same old same old with slaying dragons, being free before the thunderstorm, and climbing the highest mountain with your 5 foot sword. Every song is solid on here, but the same sounding songs stop this from being a remarkable release. DragonForce Valley of the DamnedDragonland StarfallDream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a MemoryDream Theater A Dramatic Turn of EventsDream Theater Dream Theaterdredg El CieloE.S. Posthumus MakaraE.S. Posthumus CartographerEdge of Sanity InfernalEiffel 65 EuropopElvenking The ScytheElvenking HeathenreelEminem The Marshall Mathers LPEminem Curtain Call: The HitsEpica The Quantum EnigmaEquilibrium RekreaturEternal Tears of Sorrow Saivon LapsiFairyland Score To A New BeginningFirewind AllegianceGarden of Shadows Oracle MoonGodsmack IVGodsmack FacelessGorillaz Demon DaysHelloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The LegacyHelloween Gambling With The DevilHelloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part IIHelloween Straight Out of HellHighland Glory From the Cradle to the BraveHIM Screamworks: Love In Theory And PracticeIced Earth Burnt OfferingsIn Flames A Sense of PurposeIn Mourning MonolithInsomnium Above the Weeping WorldInsomnium Shadows of the Dying SunIron Maiden The Final FrontierJosh Groban AwakeKalisia CybionKalmah For The RevolutionKalmah Seventh SwamphonyDat opening riff of Deadfall. Pretty much all you need to listen to on this. Kamelot Ghost OperaKamelot The Black HaloKamelot SilverthornLuca Turilli Prophet Of The Last EclipseManowar Kings of MetalMastodon Crack the SkyeMastodon Once More 'Round the SunMercenary Architect of LiesMetallica Kill 'Em AllMetallica ...And Justice for AllMichael Jackson ThrillerMono Rays of DarknessMoonlit Sailor We Come from Exploding StarsMoonsorrow Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden MaassaNightwish Angels Fall FirstNo Doubt Tragic KingdomNovembre MateriaOpeth Blackwater ParkOrphaned Land Mabool (The Story of the Three Sons...)Orphaned Land El Norra AlilaPorcupine Tree The IncidentPortugal. The Man The Satanic SatanistPrimordial Redemption at the Puritan's HandPropagandhi Supporting CasteRammstein RosenrotRammstein Reise, ReiseRammstein MutterRhapsody of Fire Power of the DragonflameRhapsody of Fire Rain of a Thousand FlamesRhapsody of Fire Symphony of Enchanted Lands IIRob Thomas ...Something to BeRome Confessions D'Un Voleur D'AmesRome Nos Chants PerdusRunning Wild Black Hand InnRx Bandits MandalaSabaton The Art of WarSabaton Coat of ArmsSabaton Carolus RexSigh Hangman's HymnSilversun Pickups SwoonSkyfire Fractal EPSlough Feg Ape UprisingSonata Arctica Reckoning NightSonata Arctica The Days of GraysSouls Of Nephilims The Vampiric Requiem EPSully Erna AvalonSystem of a Down HypnotizeNot System's best, but definitely an improvement over Mesmerize. Holy Mountains and Soldier Side are two of my favorite System songs ever, their meanings are so genuine. The only problem is with the song positioning. We get a funny song in Viscinity of Obscenity right after Holy Mountains, not a good combo. Dreaming and U-Fig are very solid as well. Tenacious D Tenacious DThe Birthday Massacre VioletThe Ocean PrecambrianThe Winter Sounds Church Of The Haunted SouthTrivium Vengeance FallsWeird Al Yankovic Straight Outta LynwoodWitherscape The InheritanceYanni Yanni Voices3.0 goodAdam Lambert For Your EntertainmentAll That Remains OvercomeAmon Amarth Versus the WorldAmon Amarth The CrusherAngels and Airwaves LoveAnimal Collective Merriweather Post PavilionAqua AquariumArghoslent Hornets of the PogromArsis Starve for the DevilArsis Lepers CaressArsis UnwelcomeAt the Gates Slaughter of the SoulAtreyu The Congregation of the DamnedAvantasia Angel of BabylonAvenged Sevenfold NightmareBetween the Buried and Me AlaskaBlind Guardian Nightfall in Middle-EarthBloom 06 Crash Test 02Blues Traveler FourBon Iver Bon Iver, Bon IverBullet for My Valentine Scream, Aim, FireBullet for My Valentine FeverCarcass SwansongConverge All We Love We Leave BehindCryptopsy None So VileDelain LucidityDelain April RainDevilDriver The Last Kind WordsDisney Classic Disney Volume 1Disturbed IndestructibleDragonForce Ultra BeatdownDream Evil In The NightEiffel 65 Contact!Eminem The Eminem ShowEminem EncoreEpica Requiem for the IndifferentEric Clapton Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric ClaptonEternal Tears of Sorrow Children of the Dark WatersFirewind Few Against ManyForest Stream Tears of Mortal SolitudeGodsmack GodsmackGodsmack The OracleGodspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)Green Day American IdiotGreen Day 21st Century BreakdownHootie and The Blowfish Cracked Rear ViewIced Earth DystopiaIn Flames Reroute to RemainIn Flames The Jester RaceIn Flames Lunar StrainIn Flames Siren CharmsIsis Wavering RadiantKaty Perry One of the BoysLavett Find Your PurposeMaybe it's the Daniel Heiman fanboy in me that is overshadowing my judgement on this record. There should be nothing extraordinary in a rock album like this, but something just works. Heiman doesn't go out of this world in the vocal department but songs like Forgotten Generation and We Cant Go On humble and remind me on why this man is my favorite singer ever. Ludo You're Awful, I Love YouManowar The Lord of SteelMANOWARRIORS RAISE YOUR HANDS!!! WE FIGHT FOR METAL!! m/maudlin of the Well BathMegadeth EndgameMercenary EverblackMeshuggah obZenMetallica MetallicaMetallica Death MagneticAll it took was 20 years for Metallica to get back to what they were. Death Magnetic gives us a glimpse back to the 80s with the return of Kirk's solos, and some inspiring music. Most songs on here are catchy and good, although Cyanide and The Unforgiven III just suck. The song that stands out is All Nightmare Long. I will go as far to say this is the best song Metallica has done since the Ride the Lightning days. It is that good. The transition of the Meshuggah like chainsaw guitars, to the traditional Maiden gallops, is just stunning. Add to the fact that Metallica executes their catchiest chorus ever, and you get a pretty awesome song. Thanks for not sucking this time Metallica. Ne Obliviscaris Portal of INelly Country GrammarNo Doubt Rock SteadyNorthern Kings RebornOpeth DamnationOpeth Pale CommunionOrphaned Land The Never Ending Way Of ORwarriORRammstein Liebe Ist Für Alle DaRhapsody of Fire The Frozen Tears of AngelsRhapsody of Fire Dark Wings of SteelRhapsody of Fire Triumph or AgonyRicky Martin Ricky MartinSerj Tankian Elect the DeadSigh Scenes from HellSigh In SomniphobiaSigur Ros ( )Skyfire EsotericSlipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)Slipknot .5: The Gray ChapterSonata Arctica UniaSonata Arctica Stones Grow Her NameJust listen to the intro of Wildfire II. It's the best thing they have written in eleven years. soulDecision No One Does It BetterStone Sour Come What(ever) MaySystem of a Down MezmerizeThis is my least favorite System of a Down album. First three songs are great, but then it's not that great until track 8, Question. The last three songs are good, especially Lost in Hollywood (one of my fav. SOAD tracks ever) I don't know what it was with this album, but I felt that System could've made it a whole lot better. The humorous songs always throw away the emotions left with the serious ones. System of a Down System of a DownSystem of a Down Lonely DayTarot Gravity of LightTenacious D The Pick of DestinyThursday Common ExistenceTrivium AscendancyTrivium In WavesWWE WWE Anthology2.5 average'N Sync NSYNC'N Sync No Strings AttachedAll That Remains The Fall of IdealsAvenged Sevenfold Avenged SevenfoldThis album isn't as good as I wanted it to be. I was pumped up for this after hearing the epicness of City of Evil. Critical Acclaim is a below average song, only good part is The Rev. Brompton Cocktail is a kick a$$ song though, so is Gunslinger and Dear God. In Fact, those are the only good songs on here. I will say that Afterlife and Lost have good solos though. But this is easily a disappointment from Avenged Sevenfold. Ayreon 01011001Backstreet Boys Backstreet BoysBackstreet Boys MillenniumBackstreet Boys Black & BlueBetween the Buried and Me The Great MisdirectBreaking Benjamin PhobiaBreaking Benjamin Dear AgonyChildren of Bodom Relentless Reckless ForeverCreed Human ClayCrossfade CrossfadeDark Tranquillity We Are the VoidDaughtry DaughtryDavid Cook David CookEdguy Rocket RideEluveitie Evocation I: The Arcane DominionEvanescence FallenEvans Blue The Melody...Falconer Among Beggars And ThievesFozzy All That RemainsGym Class Heroes As Cruel As School ChildrenIn Flames Come ClarityIn Flames Soundtrack to Your EscapeKanye West YeezusKesha AnimalLavett When the World Caves InPokemon 2BA MastaPower Rangers Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie: Protest the Hero ScurrilousRed Innocence and InstinctS Club 7 The Greatest Hits Of S Club 7Symphony X IconoclastThis is what happens when a normally brilliant band tries too hard. Trivium The CrusadeI actually found this to be a good album when I first heard it back in 2006. Soon after, I joined this site and started to listen to great music. Anthem (We are the Fire), Entrance of the Conflagration, The Crusade, and yes This World Can't Tear Us Apart are the only songs I can stand to listen off of this anymore. The Crusade is the best song on here though. Maybe that is because Matt isn't singing. WWE WWF: The Music, Volume 42.0 poorBullet for My Valentine Temper TemperChildren of Bodom BlooddrunkThis is such a disappointing album. I was expecting much more from CoB because I actually enjoyed AYDY?. Hellhounds On My Trail, Tie My Rope, Blooddrunk, and One Day You Will Cry are the only songs worth listening to on here. Everything else is basically rehashed from earlier albums and pretty much suck. Luckily, those 4 songs are good enough to make this a 2.5 instead of being lower. Killswitch Engage Killswitch Engage IILacuna Coil Shallow LifeLimp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...Metallica LoadMetallica ReloadNickelback All the Right ReasonsNorther NOpeth HeritageSlayer Reign in BloodSlipknot All Hope Is GoneThree Days Grace One-X1.5 very poorAtreyu A Death-Grip on YesterdayAvenged Sevenfold Hail to the KingMetallica St. AngerTarja Turunen My Winter Storm1.0 awfulDoomThrone Skeleton Veiled in FleshI'd probably shoot myself if I had to hear this again. Easily the cruelist thing my ears have gone through. A lot of metal can make the listener get pumped up and ready to punch anything and everything. This, on the other hand, makes the listener want to punch themselves for listening to this crap. Soulja Boy Souljaboytellem.com
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