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5.0 classic
AC/DC Highway to Hell
Black Sabbath Paranoid
That Paranoid is Black Sabbath's best album, is without doubt. Even discounting the gigantic impact it had at the time and the influence that is still felt in heavy metal today, the material is as strong as it ever got. With the epic War Pigs, the relentless Electric Funeral and Hand of Doom and the jazzy closer Fairies Wear Boots, this album has many highs, and doesn't go wrong at any point. Absolutely essential.
Camel Mirage
Coroner Mental Vortex
Deep Purple Made in Japan
Depeche Mode Violator
Dio Holy Diver
Together with Rainbow's Rising and Black Sabbath's Heaven and Hell, Dio's Holy Diver is one of the three peaks of the little man with the big voice. A stellar record for 80's metal, with powerful bluesy guitar leads next to Dio's dramatic vocal performance.
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Genesis The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Heathen Victims of Deception
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
As strong as Powerslave might be, Number of the Beast is the finest definition of the classic Maiden era. Killer riffs, fantastic solos, galloping bass lines, a wicked first performance by Dickinson and very solid last one by Burr create an album that is still as powerful and exciting today as it was nearly 30 years ago. And yeah, Hallowed Be Thy Name.
Jeff Buckley Grace
Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
The seminal, groundbreaking progressive rock album that King Crimson have never managed to equal. The sheer madness of 21st Century Schizoid Man, the soothing dream that is I Talk to the Wind, the haunting, towering centrepiece Epitaph and the majestic, lyrically and vocally brilliant title track are four masterpieces. Moonchild is the infamous knack in the album, interesting but too long and unfocused. Nevertheless, In the Court of the Crimson King is the single most important progressive album ever made, and still one of the genre's finest accomplishments.
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Nick Drake Pink Moon
Proof that the man was a genius.
Overkill The Years of Decay
Pearl Jam Ten
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime
R.E.M. Automatic for the People
Radiohead OK Computer
Rory Gallagher Irish Tour '74
The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Beatles Revolver
The Clash London Calling
The Who Live at Leeds
The Zombies Odessey and Oracle
U2 The Joshua Tree
Yes Close to the Edge

4.5 superb
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill
Alice in Chains Dirt
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Mixing acoustic and electric in an EP recorded in just a couple of days, Alice in Chains were in fact just messing around with some ideas when creating Jar of Flies. The results are outstanding to say the least, with the three first songs forming the best part of the album. Rotten Apple and especially Nutshell perfect that beautiful depression AiC had since some time had copyright on, and I Stay Away is the album's most powerful piece, featuring one of Staley's best vocal performances in his career. You can't really go wrong with Jar of Flies. It is not as consistently heavy as Dirt, but neither is it as light as the band's first EP Sap, instead making for a perfect blend between the two.
Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged
Anacrusis Manic Impressions
Anathema We're Here Because We're Here
Anathema Judgement
Anglagard Viljans Oga
Annihilator Never, Neverland
Anthrax Among the Living
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What...
Artillery By Inheritance
Atheist Unquestionable Presence
Beardfish The Void
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
They've topped it on a few occasions since, but Black Sabbath's epynomous debut remains a milestone in rock music. The very foundation of heavy metal was laid here, and though the heavy blues-rock influence of the band's earlier days still very much lingers, the first metal cuts are already amazing. The title track is still, after 40 years, everything that embodies the message and purpose of this movement. It's strange how this particular sound came to life: if Tony Iommi had never lost part of his fingers, this record, and Sabbath themselves, for that part, would have sounded quite different. They wouldn't have been able to develop as well as they did. The judgement is ever simple: if you like heavy metal, and this is not in your collection, you should be ashamed.
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Released not a year after the classic Paranoid, Sabbath's third record Master of Reality was an even heavier, more relentless and unforgiving affair than its predecessor. Ironically, some of its themes are supportive of theological beliefs, but with the doom-inspiring riffs Iommi created on Sweet Leaf, Children of the Grave and Into the Void, there is really no question about what is this group's heaviest record. Master of Reality took Paranoid a step further, and whether it may not be as influential and varied, it comes very close to equalling it.
Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell
Storming in came the tiny man with the tall voice, as he went on to save Black Sabbath with tales of dragons and witches. Heaven and Hell is not only a fantastic comeback, but also remarkably found its place in the top 3 albums this legendary band ever put out. Iommi and company sound full of renewed energy, and nobody really should have had any reason to miss dear Ozzy after this was released.
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
The last superb record to come out of Sabbath's classic era, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath revitalized a sense of creativity in Iommi's writing, which had been showing some signs of detoriation with the nevertheless great Volume 4. Conjuring up the title track in a creepy dungeon, the rest of the group's fifth album swiftly followed. It also marked a more experimental direction for the band, working with synthesizers and such. While this direction would eventually distance them from their work and lead to their downfall at the end of the 70's, it worked miracles here. With prime cuts such as Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Spiral Architect, Killing Yourself to Live and of course Sabbra Cadabra, this record is an overlooked classic next to Sabbath's famed first three.
Blind Guardian Nightfall in Middle-Earth
Blof Omarm
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Brand X Unorthodox Behaviour
Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
Budgie Never Turn Your Back on a Friend
Camel Moonmadness
Candlemass Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Candlemass Nightfall
Caravan In the Land of Grey and Pink
Clutch Blast Tyrant
Coroner No More Color
Counting Crows August And Everything After
Cream Disraeli Gears
Crimson Glory Transcendence
Dark Tranquillity The Gallery
Death Human
The first and second best of what is one of the greatest consecutive album streaks in the history of metal, Human marked the beginning of Death's golden period. By 1991, Chuck Schuldiner had developed his writing ability to the point nearly everything he touched turned to gold. This, combined with the band's most talented line-up up to that point, including Paul Masvidal on guitar and a far more noticeable rhythm section consisting of Steve DiGiorgio and Sean Reinert, made sure all the pieces were set. Do not be fooled by the album's length either, because every second on Human is worth your time. Chuck made it so good he could only top it once.

Best cut: Together as One
Death Symbolic
Arguably Death's best album, Symbolic had the seminal death metal band move into their final period with notable progressive influences. Superior songwriting, masterfully crafted riffs, and some of Schuldiner's greatest lyrical and vocal work made this album into Death's finest hour.

Best cut: Symbolic
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Though it doesn't say that much, Individual Thought Patterns is altogether the least impressive of Death's Final Four. Once again, half the line-up was replaced, with only bassist Steve DiGiorgio and of course Schuldiner himself coming over from Human. The addition of guitarist Andy LaRocque and drummer Gene Hoglan brought in the new talent, both of them proving more than capable of handling the task. With another rock-solid ensemble at its core, Individual Thought Patterns became yet another essential piece in Death's quality discography.

Best cut: Trapped in a Corner
Death The Sound of Perseverance
Chuck certainly knew how to go out with a bang. Death's last work The Sound of Perseverance is also one of their most impressive records. The completely new formation that replaced Symbolic's line-up does not let down here, but it is as always Schuldiner who amazes the most. Employing a higher shriek for his vocals, he leads the way through some of the group's most progressive and unyielding material, including a cover of Judas Priest's Painkiller, which closes the set. An amazing last statement from the Father of Death Metal. Rest in Peace.

Best cut: Scavenger of Human Sorrow
Deep Purple In Rock
Deep Purple Machine Head
Deep Purple Burn
Derek and the Dominos Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
Eric Clapton invites Duane Allman to record with him, and is pushed creatively to make quite possibly his most accomplished work.
Diamond Head Lightning to the Nations
Dire Straits Brothers in Arms
Down NOLA
Dream Theater Awake
Dream Theater Images and Words
Edge of Sanity Crimson
Eric Chevalier Rayman 2: Original Soundtrack
Exodus Fabulous Disaster
Exodus Bonded by Blood
Explosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
Fates Warning Perfect Symmetry
Fates Warning Awaken the Guardian
Fleetwood Mac Then Play On
Focus Hamburger Concerto
Focus Focus 3
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Genesis Foxtrot
Genesis Selling England by the Pound
Genesis Nursery Cryme
Genesis Seconds Out
Gentle Giant In a Glass House
George Harrison All Things Must Pass
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
Harmonium Si on avait besoin dune cinquieme saison
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
Horslips The Book of Invasions: A Celtic Symphony
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: Complete Trilogy
Iced Earth Burnt Offerings
In Flames The Jester Race
Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden's debut certainly showed that they were great to begin with. It is clearly the rawest of all their albums, which is a combination of Paul Di'Anno's raspy vocals and the fact that the production wasn't very good. This seems to suit the style of the album, however, as it showcases lots of this raw energy, evident on songs as 'Prowler' and 'Running Free', which, while they may not be Maiden's best, they are a hell of a lot of fun to listen to. The album did already contain hints of the melodic side Maiden later more strongly developed, for example heard in 'Remember Tomorrow' and 'Strange World'. High point is of course the epic 'Phantom of the Opera', which is truly an achievement for the band in their young days.

Simply put, Iron Maiden is outstanding for a first output, and tons of fun to listen to. It may well be one of metal's finest debuts, and set a standard for the British New Wave of Heavy Metal.
Iron Maiden Live After Death
Jeff Buckley Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition)
Jethro Tull Aqualung
Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick
Jethro Tull Bursting Out
John Frusciante Shadows Collide with People
While not among his most ambitious works, Shadows Collide With People is perhaps Frusciante's most coherent effort overall, and features some of the most passionate writing and performing of his career.
John Frusciante Curtains
Joni Mitchell Blue
Judas Priest Painkiller
IT'S THE PAAAIIIINNNKIIIIIIIILLLLLLEEEEEEEEERRRRR!
Judas Priest Screaming for Vengeance
Judas Priest Stained Class
Kamelot The Black Halo
Kate Bush Hounds of Love
King Crimson Red
King Crimson Larks' Tongues in Aspic
King Crimson Discipline
King Crimson The Great Deceiver
King Crimson Absent Lovers
King Diamond Abigail
Kreator Extreme Aggression
Kyuss Blues for the Red Sun
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
Live Throwing Copper
Selling millions of copies, Throwing Copper is not only Live's most popular album, but also by far their best. The popular singles Selling the Drama, I Alone, Lightning Crashes and All Over You, all having become essential 90's staples, are among the record's best moments, but careful listening to the entire thing will reveal a great find of hidden gems. Especially The Dam at Otter Creek, an unusually dark song for the group, the epic Pillar of Davidson and closer White, Discussion count among Live's very finest. Sadly enough, the sudden success of Throwing Copper brought the band so much mainstream attention that it eventually became their downfall, failing to live up to the reputation of this peak moment.
Mahavishnu Orchestra The Inner Mounting Flame
Marillion Script for a Jester's Tear
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
Mercyful Fate Melissa
Mercyful Fate Don't Break the Oath
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Live Shit: Binge & Purge
Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells
Miles Davis Kind of Blue
Mono Hymn To The Immortal Wind
Hymn to the Immortal Wind does not expand the borders of the post-rock genre, but rather perfects it beauties. Mono pairs stunning epics with two gorgeous interludes and thus create one of 2009's finest hours. It's fully and superbly orchestrated, it's epic, it's touching, and it's just overall amazing. If one were to name one essential post-rock album, Hymn to the Immortal Wind is a good way to go.
Mono You Are There
Morbid Angel Altars of Madness
Morbid Saint Spectrum of Death
Motorhead Ace of Spades
The pinnacle of all things Motorhead, Ace of Spades is the definitive album by Britain's most badass trio.

Motorhead Overkill
Motorhead No Sleep 'til Hammersmith
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana, and more specifically, Kurt Cobain, never made the album they had wanted to make. Bleach was too raw and underproduced, Nevermind was the fame catapult Cobain wasn't at all looking for, and though In Utero is often credited as the group's finest studio effort, with good reason, it still was far from perfect. With their Unplugged performance, Nirvana realised what it had been wanting to realise all the years before it. The angst in Cobain's voice is haunting, and carries the record for a great deal, but the beautiful, and sometimes equally haunting instrumentation is full of emotion and atmosphere just the same (the addition of cello doing the extra trick). The set list is perfect for the occasion, and as such, MTV Unplugged eventually became the essential Nirvana album.
Nobuo Uematsu Final Fantasy VII: Original Soundtrack
Creating music for video games is an art in itself, and time after time, Nobuo Uematsu has proven to be the master.
Opeth Morningrise
Opeth Still Life
More ambitious than their more revered work Blackwater Park, Still Life is Opeth's most accomplished work. Not only is the tragic concept that forms the backstory of the album very well-written, it never becomes too blown-up or unbelievable. The musical aspect that accompanies the storytelling is nearly flawless. The band's signature light vs. heavy style has always had one major pitfall: it seems to be meandering between the two for no particular reason sometimes. Still Life completely avoids this problem because of its concept. During the sad, reflective moments in the story, Akerfeldt's tender singing is fittingly accompanied by acoustic instrumentation (Benighted), while his demonic growling is perfect for the angry, aggressive ones(Serenity Painted Death). The two songs that combine these two elements best are epic opener The Moor and the gorgeous Face of Melinda, both easily counting among Opeth's very best. Still Life is one of those rare occasions where a concept album succeeds as a whole, but also builds on the sheer strength of its individual songs. Haunting, thrilling and dynamic, Still Life is the essential Opeth album.
Opeth My Arms, Your Hearse
Overkill Feel the Fire
Patti Smith Horses
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pearl Jam at both their loudest loud and softest soft. With menacing instrumentation and actual screams from Vedder next to some of the band's most subtle work, Vs. is an absolute winner. Almost a shame Ten is so fantastic, because this is definitely not a record to be overlooked.
Peter Gabriel Melt
Phil Collins Hits
Pink Floyd Meddle
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
You have to give Dark Side of the Moon your full and undivided attention before its brilliance can truly sink in. While moments such as the popular Money and Time have become classic rock staples and are the most recognizable tracks here, they work even better within the context and concept of the album. The creativity used to produce the trippy On the Run and wrenching The Great Gig in the Sky is boundless, and when at first these tracks will be underappreciated, the flow they provide for the album is later realised to be nothing less than essential. From the opening heartbeat of Speak to Me until the last fading seconds of Eclipse, Dark Side of the Moon is, over and over, again and again, a real journey, full of powerful emotions, stunning lyrics and musicianship that only the brilliant mind of Pink Floyd could provide at the height of its power. Coming only shortly after their magnum opus Wish You Were Here, this album is easily the group's second most seminal piece of work.
Pink Floyd Animals
Porcupine Tree The Sky Moves Sideways
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead Kid A
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
Rainbow Rising
Rainbow is a very much underrated band. In their early days, that is. Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio made an excellent pair musically, and put out a classic hard rock album with Rising. The only thing that prevents it from being a true classic is the length of 33 minutes, which ultimately falls short. However, it is most certainly worth a listen because of Dio's powerful vocals, which are on his best here, and Blackmore's phenomenal guitar skills. Too bad that these two men's egos couldn't be in one space, they could've made so many good stuff together.
Razor Evil Invaders
Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Rush Hemispheres
Rush Moving Pictures
Rush A Farewell to Kings
Rush Rush in Rio
Screaming Trees Sweet Oblivion
Sigur Ros ( )
Simon and Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water
Too many albums have become famous without good reason. Bridge Over Troubled Water is not one of those albums.
Simon and Garfunkel Greatest Hits
A perfect introduction to the greatest pop duo of all time.
Slayer Reign in Blood
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Soundgarden Superunknown
Steve Hackett Voyage of the Acolyte
Stevie Wonder Innervisions
Stevie Wonder Songs in the Key of Life
Supertramp Crime of the Century
Symphony X The Divine Wings of Tragedy
Talk Talk Laughing Stock
Testament The Legacy
Testament The New Order
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles The Beatles: Stereo Box Set
The Clash The Clash
The Cure Disintegration
The Doors The Doors
The Gathering How to Measure a Planet?
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
The Moody Blues Days of Future Passed
The National Boxer
The National Alligator
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Who Quadrophenia
Apart from being among the very finest of rock operas, Quadrophenia is also The Who's strongest album overall.
Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind
Brilliant lyrics. So much energy. Highly emotional. Incredibly catchy. Third Eye Blind is stunning in every sense of the word, and an incredible document of the 90's.
Tool Aenima
U2 Achtung Baby
Van der Graaf Generator Godbluff
Van der Graaf Generator Pawn Hearts
Van Halen Van Halen
Voivod Dimension Hatross
Voivod Nothingface
Wishbone Ash Argus
Yes Fragile
Yes The Yes Album
Yes Relayer

4.0 excellent
AC/DC High Voltage (International)
If anything, High Voltage proves that AC/DC was DYNAMIIITE from the very start. After all, who can go wrong with classics such as It's A Long Way to the Top and T.N.T.?
AC/DC Back in Black
AC/DC If You Want Blood You've Got It
AC/DC at their rawest & loudest, and more importanly: with a living, yelping and screaming Bon Scott. If You Want Blood You've Got It proves one thing very well: These boys were the purest incarnation of loud and true rock 'n roll in 1978. This was AC/DC's heyday, and they want you to hear it.
Accept Balls To The Wall
Aerosmith Toys in the Attic
Agalloch The Mantle
Agalloch Pale Folklore
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain
Alcest Ecailles De Lune
Alice in Chains Facelift
Alice in Chains Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains Black Gives Way to Blue
Alice's is back in business as Black Gives Way to Blue delivers vintage heaviness, vocal harmonisations and songwriting like the boys have never been out. Matching Staley is of course impossible for anyone to achieve, but newling DuVall seems to be the man for the job, and while he doesn't even try to imitate his predecessor, his tone and range are very similar. Standard but great rock songs (Check My Brain), simple yet effective ballads (Your Decision) and pounding heaviness (A Looking in View), Black Gives Way to Blue really has everything we could possibly wish for after Staley's unfortunate passing. Less bleak than classic Alice, but perhaps even heavier than the likes of Dirt, the album is both fresh and nostalgic, and surely delivers the goods.
Alice in Chains The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Though not as easily accessible as its predecessor, Alice in Chains' newest record is a very satisfying continuation of the sound that they established on Black Gives Way to Blue. The slower, relatively sludgy nature of these tracks makes them longer on average, which is only fitting, but the album's total length can be overbearing. It's an issue that could have been avoided, but does not take away any credit from the band's abilities. In fact, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here only strengthens their reputation as a group that never truly disappoints.
Alice in Chains Music Bank
Alice in Chains The Essential Alice in Chains
Alter Bridge Blackbird
Pretty much all mainstream rock records tend to, well, suck. We're just so lucky most rules have an exception. With Blackbird, Alter Bridge have done away with the criticism that they were a complete Creed-clone, taking a far heavier approach. The record is still home to those big choruses that are perhaps mainstream's biggest trademark, but the songwriting is coherent, catchy, and, as cuts such as Ties That Bind and the title track show, even amazing at some points. Blackbird won't have to be anyone's guilty pleasure, and just maybe you'll even get your mom to like it.
Amon Amarth With Oden on Our Side
Amon Amarth Twilight of the Thunder God
Maybe it is because I hadn't heard any of Amon Amarth's earlier albums when I listenend to this, but this one hell of a fun ride. That the band has perfected their style is easily assumable, as all factors that make a record in this genre great are there. The melodic guitars are fantastic, the drums are pounding, and vocalist Johan Hegg roars about like a true viking more than I've heard any other viking metal vocalist do so far. On top of that, the album contains some very good guest performances: a guitar solo by Roope Latvala (CoB), guest vocals by Lars Goran Petrov (Entombed) and the marvellous cello work of Apocalyptica, which is the most unique and best of the three perfomances. Twilight of the Thunder God is worth your while, especially if you're in search of simple fun and adrenaline.
Amorphis Silent Waters
Amorphis Tales From the Thousand Lakes
Amy Macdonald This Is The Life
Anacrusis Reason
Anacrusis Screams and Whispers
Ancestors In Dreams And Time
Anglagard Hybris
Anglagard Epilog
Annihilator Alice in Hell
Anthrax Persistence of Time
Anthrax Alive 2
Anthrax Anthrology: No Hit Wonders (1985-1991)
Anvil Metal on Metal
Apocalyptica Apocalyptica
Arcade Fire Funeral
Arch / Matheos Sympathetic Resonance
Artillery Fear of Tomorrow
Artillery Terror Squad
Asylum On The Hill Passage to the Puzzle Factory
At the Gates Slaughter of the Soul
At the Gates Purgatory Unleashed: Live At Wacken
Atheist Piece of Time
Avantasia The Wicked Symphony
Beardfish Mammoth
Beastwars Beastwars
Beastwars Blood Becomes Fire
Bee Gees Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack
Bill Withers Just As I Am
Billy Cobham Spectrum
Black Sabbath Mob Rules
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Often seen as a major dissapointment after Sabbath's first three classic albums, Volume 4 may not be the best work from the metal-pioneering act, but in the end, it yields its own specialties and sound. Some experiments, like the ballad Changes, prove to be a huge failure, but with the consistent classic 'Sabbath' feel in others such as Supernaut, as well as the creativity displayed in the opener and closing tracks, this fourth record is definitely not without power. Let's not forget the would-be-title-track either, the classic Snowblind.
Black Sabbath Sabotage
Sabbath's first six have always been adored as their classics by the hardcore fan base, but although the last effort of this streak, Sabotage, was still pretty good, it had also been the most inconsistent record by the group so far. Given prime Sabbath cuts such as Hole in the Sky and Symptom of the Universe, there is enough to be enjoyed here, but one shouldn't overlook the dip Sabotage takes towards the end, both Am I Going Insane (Radio) and the strange Supertzar start dabbling into areas Sabbath need not dwell. This is still an essential record for any Sabbath fan to own, but it is, without doubt, the worst of their famed six.
Black Sabbath We Sold Our Soul for Rock 'n' Roll
Black Sabbath Symptom of the Universe
Black Sabbath Past Lives
Blackfield Blackfield
Blind Guardian A Night at the Opera
Blind Guardian Imaginations from the Other Side
Blind Guardian Somewhere Far Beyond
Blind Guardian Tales from the Twilight World
Blind Guardian Tokyo Tales
Blind Guardian Live
Blind Melon Soup
Blind Melon Blind Melon
Bloc Party Silent Alarm
Blof Boven
Blof Blauwe Ruis
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Bob Marley and The Wailers Legend
Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music For Airports
Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town
Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen The River
Bruce Springsteen Nebraska
Budgie Budgie
Budgie Squawk
Budgie In for the Kill!
Budgie Bandolier
Burzum Hvis Lyset Tar Oss
Camel Camel
Camel The Snow Goose
Camel Rajaz
Caravan If I Could Do It All Over Again...
Carcass Surgical Steel
Carl Orff Carmina Burana
Celtic Frost Morbid Tales
Celtic Frost To Mega Therion
Clutch Robot Hive/Exodus
Clutch Clutch
Clutch Earth Rocker
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Coldplay Live 2003
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Coroner R.I.P.
Coroner Punishment for Decadence
Coroner Grin
Counting Crows Across A Wire
Coverdale and Page Coverdale/Page
This excellent one-off collaboration is a rockin' record that effectively combines elements from both Zeppelin and Whitesnake into an old-school sound. Page is churning out some of his best work since Zeppelin, and Coverdale seems to be having equal fun, although he has trouble not imitating Robert Plant.
Cream Wheels of Fire
Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River
Crimson Glory Crimson Glory
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Deja Vu
Cult of Luna Vertikal
Curved Air Phantasmagoria
Cynic Focus
Cynic Traced in Air
Damn the Machine Damn the Machine
Dan Swano Moontower
Dark Tranquillity Projector
Dark Tranquillity Fiction
Dark Tranquillity Character
Dark Tranquillity Damage Done
Dark Tranquillity Where Death is Most Alive
Darkthrone The Underground Resistance
Darkthrone A Blaze in the Northern Sky
Darkthrone Under a Funeral Moon
Darkthrone Transilvanian Hunger
Dave Matthews Band Crash
Dave Matthews Band Before These Crowded Streets
David Bowie Low
De Dijk Het Beste Van De Dijk
Dead Letter Circus Dead Letter Circus
Death Leprosy
Such a step up from Scream Bloody Gore, Death's second album Leprosy truly developed their signature sound. Schuldiner put together an actual band (he recorded everything on Scream Bloody Gore himself, except the drums), and the difference is remarkable. While not the most talented formation Death would ever see, Andrews' fast, far more impressive drumming and the addition of a real second guitarist in Rozz, who, although a bit overshadowed by the man who made it all happen, still manages to hold his own when necessary. Leprosy packs much more technicality, and even a touch of melody, which was a much needed change. One of many prime moments in Death's quality career.

Best cut: Leprosy
Death Spiritual Healing
Sacrificing brutality for flow and technicality, Spiritual Healing may not carry as much punch as its predecessor Leprosy, or any of Death's last four albums, but still manages to hold its own. This is also where Schuldiner started adressing social and ethical themes, once again implementing new things into what would eventually become the band's signature style. An often overlooked album next to their more impressive work.

Best cut: Spiritual Healing
Death Angel The Ultra-Violence
Deep Purple Perfect Strangers
Deep Purple Fireball
Deep Purple Live in London
Deep Purple The BBC Sessions 1968-1970
Deep Purple In Concert 1970-1972
Deep Purple Deepest Purple
Deep Purple Live at the Rotterdam Ahoy
Demians Mute
Demolition Hammer Tortured Existence
Demolition Hammer Epidemic of Violence
Depeche Mode Black Celebration
Depeche Mode Music for the Masses
Depeche Mode Songs of Faith and Devotion
Depeche Mode Playing The Angel
Destruction Infernal Overkill
Destruction Eternal Devastation
Destruction Release from Agony
dEUS Keep You Close
Dinosaur Jr. Farm
A shame I have to discover this so late in 2009, as it has everything to instantly put you in a good mood. Superbly performed, overpowering guitar melodies, a smooth flow and relaxing vocals: these are what create this very, very excellent album.
Dio The Last in Line
Dio Dream Evil
Dire Straits Dire Straits
Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Dream Theater Score
Dream Theater Live Scenes From New York
Dream Theater Live at Budokan
Dream Theater Live at Luna Park
Dropkick Murphys Sing Loud, Sing Proud!
Dropkick Murphys Blackout
Dropkick Murphys The Warrior's Code
Earth, Wind & Fire Greatest Hits
Edge of Sanity Crimson II
Crimson > Crimson II.

But this one's still great.
Edge of Sanity The Spectral Sorrows
Edge of Sanity Purgatory Afterglow
Edge of Sanity When All Is Said
Eisley The Valley
Eloy Floating
Eloy Dawn
Eloy Ocean
Eloy Silent Cries And Mighty Echoes
Elton John Madman Across the Water
Eluvium Copia
Eluvium Nightmare Ending
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Emerson, Lake & Palmer
It's quite heavy on Keith Emerson's keyboards, it doesn't feature Greg Lake's awe-inspiring voice enough, Carl Palmer never gets a real chance to shine except on Tank; yes, the debut from prog titants Emerson, Lake and Palmer is flawed in some senses. It is however also an excellent display of masterful musicianship, even if this comes in the form of bombast and (too) lengthy instrumental pieces. The main problem with Emerson, Lake and Palmer is that the balance sometimes isn't quite right, but as with many records in the genre, the virtuostic craftsmanship makes up for it. The Barbarian, Take a Pebble and the popular Lucky Man are all impressive, and any 70's prog fan has got to love this.
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Brain Salad Surgery
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Ensiferum Ensiferum
Ensiferum Victory Songs
Equilibrium Sagas
Eric Clapton Slowhand
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Exhorder Slaughter in the Vatican
Exodus Another Lesson in Violence
Exodus Tempo of the Damned
Explosions in the Sky How Strange, Innocence
Explosions in the Sky Those Who Tell the Truth...
Faith No More The Real Thing
Faith No More Angel Dust
Fates Warning A Pleasant Shade of Gray
Fates Warning Disconnected
Fates Warning Parallels
Fates Warning No Exit
Fates Warning The Spectre Within
Fates Warning Darkness in a Different Light
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac Tusk
In the wake of Rumours, Fleetwood Mac were emotionally drained, but also had a reputation to live up to. The result is the ambitious, lengthy Tusk, which could not have been anything but a dissapointment. The main problem here is coherency: the album feels as the solo outings of Buckingham, McVie and Nicks put together, without any sense of overall structure. While this kind of writing was a part of what Rumours so wonderful, Tusk does not really benefit from it at all. However, despite any of the songs even coming close to what had been done 2 years earlier, there are no bad tunes on here, and the likes of Sara, Storms and the title track have found their way into the classic material of the group.
Fleetwood Mac The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Flogging Molly Drunken Lullabies
Florence and the Machine Lungs
Florence and the Machine Ceremonials
Flotsam and Jetsam Doomsday for the Deceiver
Foals Total Life Forever
Focus Focus II
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
It should be safe to say that the Foos have never rocked this loud.
Foo Fighters Greatest Hits
Foo Fighters The Colour and The Shape (Expanded)
Forbidden Forbidden Evil
Forbidden Twisted into Form
Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand
Free Fire and Water
Frightened Rabbit The Midnight Organ Fight
Gamma Ray Land of the Free
Gary Moore Still Got The Blues
Gary Moore We Want Moore!
Gates of Winter Lux Aeterna
Genesis Platinum Collection
The perfect compilation for any casual fan of the group, Genesis Platinum Collection is particularly aimed at the mainstream audience, but also may interest them to look further. More than half of the space here is logically devoted to the band's commercially successful period with Phil Collins as a lead singer, and contains all the classics from that era, but a surprising lot of effort has been made to interest those who never even knew Genesis made music before the 80's. Even though classics such as Watcher of the Skies and Dancing With the Moonlit Knight never made it here, the selection of tracks from Genesis' classic era is very representative, spanning all the way from Trespass to The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. And really, you've got to admit: some of those infectious 80's and early 90's cuts such as Land of Confusion, I Can't Dance and Jesus He Knows Me are still great songs.
Genesis Invisible Touch
While it can in no way whatsoever be held up to classic Genesis, Invisible Touch is, with its well-crafted pop songs such as the title track, Land of Confusion, In Too Deep and Throwing It All Away, a great record its own right. The attempts at making the album more appealing by adding some of the group's earlier progressive stylings in Tonight, Tonight, Tonight and Domino may seem like a half-hearted bid to satisfy hardcore prog-era Genesis fans, giving them another reason to completely dismiss Invisible Touch, but the truth is: this is an essential 80's staple and one of Genesis' finer post-Gabriel outings, despite pop almost completely having driven out the prog.
Genesis A Trick of the Tail
Genesis Live
Genesis Duke
Genesis Archive #1 (1967-1975)
Gentle Giant Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant Acquiring the Taste
Gentle Giant Octopus
Gentle Giant Free Hand
Gentlemans Pistols At Her Majesty's Pleasure
George Harrison All Things Must Pass (30th Anniversary Edition)
George Harrison The Concert for Bangladesh
Gerry Rafferty City to City
God Is An Astronaut All Is Violent, All Is Bright
God Is An Astronaut Far from Refuge
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)
It would be impossible to argue this album is not a unique piece of music, because it most definitely is. The apocalyptic concept is brilliant, but is not carried out flawlessly as some like to think. Some sections, like the spoken words and violin/guitar part in The Dead Flag Blues, the climax in East Hastings and the main build-up Providence are nothing short of amazing, but one cannot help but feel there are parts in these 63 minutes that are redundant. F#A#Infinity is ambitious and shows marvellous display of calculated, serious musicianship, but all the while it has some parts that tend to drag and pull the listener out of the atmosphere in intends to create. This record has potential like no other. It could have been a masterpiece. It could have been.
Golden Earring Collected
Gong Flying Teapot
Gong Angel's Egg
Gong You
Gorguts Colored Sands
Gorguts From Wisdom to Hate
Gorguts Obscura
Gorguts The Erosion of Sanity
Gorguts Considered Dead
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I
Hammock Departure Songs
Hans Zimmer Inception
Harmonium L'Heptade
Hawkwind Warrior on the Edge of Time
Hawkwind In Search Of Space
Hawkwind Doremi Fasol Latido
Hawkwind Space Ritual
Hawkwind Hall of the Mountain Grill
Heart Little Queen
Heathen Breaking the Silence
Heathen The Evolution of Chaos
Heaven and Hell Live From Radio City Music Hall
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Helloween Helloween
Helloween Walls of Jericho
Helloween The Dark Ride
High on Fire De Vermis Mysteriis
Howard Shore The Fellowship of the Ring
Howard Shore The Two Towers
Howard Shore The Return of the King
Iced Earth Night of the Stormrider
Iced Earth Horror Show
Iced Earth The Dark Saga
Iced Earth Something Wicked This Way Comes
Iced Earth Alive in Athens
Iced Earth Live in Ancient Kourion
In Flames Colony
In Flames Whoracle
In Flames Clayman
Incubus Make Yourself
Incubus Morning View
Intronaut Valley of Smoke
Iron Maiden Killers
Maiden's second effort Killers is a more refined affair than their debut, mostly in terms of production, but also in style. Where Iron Maiden had rawer songs like 'Running Free' and 'Sanctuary', these now have been replaced by more polished efforts. The band still hadn't lost their rawer sound completely, however. This would take place after the leaving of Paul Di'Anno, who was very important in creating their early sound. The man is just a lot of fun to listen to, for example on 'Wrathchild', 'Murders in the Rue Morgue' and 'Killers', all true early Maiden classics. Killers is also more consistent than its predecessor, but then again carries a few weaker songs like 'Drifter'. Though this may be true, it does not even ruin the listening experience, as all songs are still great fun, and the album is highly recommended even if you're not a Maiden fan, or if you always thought Mr. Dickinson used an exeggerated vocal style.
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
With their 6th album, Iron Maiden changed their style slightly, leaning towards an experimental side of things, something they would eleborate further on Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. Guitar and bass synths were added, giving their sound a futuristic touch, which coincides with the album's theme perfectly. The synths gave a new edge to Maiden signature sound, while not dominating the music.
Opener 'Caught Somewhere in Time' applies this new feature perfectly, having guitarists Dave Murray and Adrian Smith displaying one of their best dual guitar harmonizations, something that Maiden has become known for. Overall, Somewhere in Time has a refreshing sound and contains often overlooked classics such as 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner', and 'Stranger in a Strange Land'. Also a highlight is the accessible 'Wasted Years'. Harris' epic 'Alexander the Great' is also strong, be it not so much lyrically as instrumentally. Somewhere in Time is often overlooked next to albums such as Number of the Beast and Powerslave, but is actually one of Maiden's finest, and deserves to be in anyone's collection.
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Iron Maiden Rock in Rio (DVD)
Iron Maiden Live After Death (DVD)
Iron Maiden Somewhere Back in Time
Iron Maiden Best of the Beast
Iron Maiden Rock in Rio
Iron Maiden Flight 666 (DVD)
Iron Maiden Maiden Japan (Complete Concert)
Iron Maiden Beast Over Hammersmith
Iron Maiden BBC Archives
Iron Maiden Maiden England '88
Iron Maiden The First Ten Years
Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan Hawk
James Blake James Blake
Janis Joplin Pearl
Jeff Buckley Live at Sin-é
Jeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk
Jeff Buckley Live à L'Olympia
Jeff Buckley Grace (Legacy Edition)
Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow
Jethro Tull A Passion Play
Jethro Tull Stand Up
Jethro Tull Minstrel in the Gallery
Jethro Tull Songs from the Wood
Jethro Tull Heavy Horses
Jethro Tull Nothing Is Easy
Jimi Hendrix Live at Woodstock
Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys
Joe Jackson Night and Day
John Coltrane A Love Supreme
John Frusciante The Empyrean
Far better than anything The Red Hot Chili Peppers have put out since '99's Californication, John Frusciante's 10th solo record The Empyrean is a new high in his career. Its sound manages to be loud, blistering with top-notch guitar, but there is yet so much sensitivity to it, as it manages to carry out its concept in an unfailing manner. After so many consecutive releases in '04, Frusciante took his time with The Empyrean. And that paid off.
Jon Hopkins Immunity
Judas Priest British Steel
Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith
Judas Priest Sin After Sin
Judas Priest Unleashed in the East
Judas Priest Rising in the East
Judas Priest Epitaph
Judas Priest Metalogy
Judas Priest Metal Works '73-'93
Judas Priest Live in Concert 25th June 1980
Judas Priest Live Vengeance '82
Kamelot Karma
Kamelot Epica
Kamelot One Cold Winter's Night
Karnivool Sound Awake
An excellent follow-up effort from the promising Australian quintet. Succesfully mixing alt rock with prog rock, Sounds Awake is solid overall, although needing a little more songwriting effort in the epics.
Katatonia Viva Emptiness
Kate Bush The Kick Inside
Kate Bush The Dreaming
Kate Bush Aerial
Kayo Dot Hubardo
Killing Joke MMXII
King Crimson In the Wake of Poseidon
King Crimson Lizard
King Crimson Starless and Bible Black
King Crimson Epitaph
King Crimson The Night Watch
King Crimson USA
King Crimson The Great Deceiver (Volume 1)
King Crimson The Great Deceiver (Volume 2)
King Crimson VROOOM VROOOM
King Crimson The 21st Century Guide: Volume One
King Crimson The 21st Century Guide: Volume Two
King Diamond ''Them''
King Diamond Conspiracy
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Kreator Pleasure to Kill
Kreator Terrible Certainty
Kreator Coma of Souls
Kyuss ...And the Circus Leaves Town
Laura Stevenson Sit Resist
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Led Zeppelin Celebration Day
Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same
Led Zeppelin BBC Sessions
Led Zeppelin Mothership
Lo-Pan Salvador
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Mad Season Above
Mahavishnu Orchestra The Lost Trident Sessions
Mahavishnu Orchestra Birds of Fire
Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything to Nothing
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math
Maneige Les Porches
Mangoo Neverland
Manowar Battle Hymns
Marillion Market Square Heroes
Marillion Fugazi
Marillion Real to Reel
Marillion Misplaced Childhood
Marillion Clutching at Straws
Marvin Gaye What's Going On
Mastodon Leviathan
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon Crack the Skye
MC5 Kick Out the Jams
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Megadeth Endgame
Megadeth is back with an excellent album chocked with agression, technical riffs, impressive solos and whatnot. This obviously won't be enough to rival the classics Peace Sells... and Rust in Peace, but the most remarkable feat here is putting out a true quality record that doesn't stray too far from 'Deth's roots and is still a fresh experience. Mustaine shows that some veteran metallers still have the chops.
Megadeth Youthanasia
Megadeth Rust in Peace Live
Megadeth Greatest Hits: Back to the Start
Megadeth Warchest
Megadeth That One Night: Live in Buenos Aires
Mercyful Fate Mercyful Fate
Meshuggah Koloss
Meshuggah Destroy Erase Improve
Meshuggah Chaosphere
Meshuggah Nothing
Meshuggah I
Meshuggah Catch Thirtythree
Metal Church Metal Church
Metal Church The Dark
Metal Church Blessing in Disguise
Metal Church The Human Factor
Metallica Metallica
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Cliff 'Em All
Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax The Big 4: Live from Sofia, Bulgaria
Michael Jackson Thriller
'Cuz this is THRILLER, THRIIILLLEERR NIGHT!
Miles Davis Bitches Brew
Miles Davis Sketches of Spain
Miles Davis Jack Johnson
Moonsorrow V: Havitetty
Morbid Angel Abominations of Desolation
Morbid Angel Blessed Are the Sick
Morbid Angel Covenant
Mother Love Bone Apple
Mother Love Bone Mother Love Bone
Motorhead Bomber
Motorhead Iron Fist
Motorhead Another Perfect Day
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Muse Absolution
Muse H.A.A.R.P
My Bloody Valentine Loveless
Naam Vow
Neal Morse Momentum
Neil Young Harvest
Nektar Journey to the Centre of the Eye
Nektar A Tab in the Ocean
Nektar Remember the Future
Nevermore This Godless Endeavor
Nick Drake Five Leaves Left
Nirvana Bleach
Nirvana Nevermind
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana Live at Reading
No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Norther Mirror of Madness
Nuclear Assault Game Over
Nuclear Assault Survive
Nuclear Assault Handle With Care
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Opeth Orchid
Opeth Watershed
Opeth Blackwater Park
Opeth Damnation
Opeth Ghost Reveries
Opeth Lamentations
Opeth The Roundhouse Tapes
Opeth In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
Opeth The Candlelight Years
Orange Goblin A Eulogy for the Damned
Otis Redding The Definitive Collection
Our Lady Peace Naveed
Our Lady Peace Clumsy
Our Lady Peace Happiness...
Overkill Horrorscope
Overkill Taking Over
Overkill Under the Influence
Overkill Wrecking Your Neck
Pantera Cowboys from Hell
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Parades Foreign Tapes
Paul Simon Graceland
Pearl Jam No Code
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pearl Jam Yield
Pearl Jam Lost Dogs
Pearl Jam rearviewmirror
Peter Gabriel So
Peter Gabriel Security
Phil Collins No Jacket Required
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii
Pink Floyd Is There Anybody Out There?
Pink Floyd Pulse
Porcupine Tree Up the Downstair
Porcupine Tree Fear of a Blank Planet
Porcupine Tree Deadwing
Porcupine Tree In Absentia
Porcupine Tree Lightbulb Sun
Porcupine Tree Stupid Dream
Porcupine Tree Signify
Porcupine Tree Recordings
Porcupine Tree Stars Die: The Delerium Years
Porcupine Tree Staircase Infinities
Porcupine Tree Moonloop
Possessed Seven Churches
Queen A Night at the Opera
Queen A Day at the Races
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
Queensryche Empire
Queensryche Rage for Order
Queensryche Queensryche EP
Queensryche Operation: Livecrime
R.E.M. Murmur
R.E.M. New Adventures In Hi - Fi
R.E.M. Document
R.E.M. Reckoning
Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Rage Against the Machine The Collection
Rainbow Long Live Rock & Roll
Ramones Ramones
Razor Violent Restitution
Razor Executioner's Song
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers Mother's Milk
Regina Spektor Far
Renaissance Turn of the Cards
Renaissance Ashes Are Burning
Renaissance Scheherazade and Other Stories
Riverside Out of Myself
Riverside Second Life Syndrome
Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings
Robin Trower Bridge of Sighs
Rory Gallagher Live In Europe
Rory Gallagher Tattoo
Rory Gallagher Deuce
Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher
Rory Gallagher Calling Card
Rory Gallagher Photo-Finish
Rory Gallagher Top Priority
Rory Gallagher BBC Sessions
Rotting Christ Triarchy of The Lost Lovers
Rotting Christ Non Serviam
Rotting Christ Kata Ton Demona Eaftou
Rotting Christ A Dead Poem
Rotting Christ Theogonia
Rush 2112
Rush Permanent Waves
Rush Signals
Rush Grace Under Pressure
Rush Counterparts
Rush Clockwork Angels
Rush All the World's a Stage
Rush Exit...Stage Left
Rush Different Stages
Rush R30: 30th Anniversary Tour
Rush Snakes & Arrows Live
Rush Retrospective I: 1974 - 1980
Rush Retrospective II: 1981 - 1987
Rush Gold
Rush Retrospective III: 1989 - 2008
Rush Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland
Rush The Studio Albums 1989-2007
Rx Bandits Mandala
Sabbat History of a Time to Come
Sabbat Dreamweaver
Sadus Illusions
Sadus Swallowed in Black
Sadus A Vision of Misery
Saint Vitus Saint Vitus
Saint Vitus Hallow's Victim
Saint Vitus Born Too Late
Samsara Blues Experiment Waiting For The Flood
Santana Abraxas
Sarah McLachlan Surfacing
Saxon Wheels of Steel
Saxon Strong Arm of the Law
Saxon Denim and Leather
Scale the Summit The Migration
Scorpions In Trance
Scorpions Virgin Killer
Scorpions Taken by Force
Scorpions Tokyo Tapes
Scorpions Lovedrive
Scorpions Blackout
Scorpions Love At First Sting
Screaming Trees Dust
Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks
Whatever Nick Butler said.
Sigur Ros Kveikur
Simon and Garfunkel Bookends
Simon and Garfunkel Sounds of Silence
Simon and Garfunkel Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
Slayer Show No Mercy
Slayer Hell Awaits
Slayer South of Heaven
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss
Slayer Haunting the Chapel
Slayer Decade of Aggression
Slayer Soundtrack to the Apocalypse
Sleep Sleep's Holy Mountain
Sleep Dopesmoker
Sleepy Sun Fever
Sodom Persecution Mania
Sodom Agent Orange
Soft Machine Third
Soilwork The Living Infinite
Solomon Burke Don't Give Up On Me
Spock's Beard X
Steve Hackett Spectral Mornings
Steve Hackett Beyond the Shrouded Horizon
Steven Wilson The Raven That Refused to Sing
Stevie Nicks Bella Donna
Stevie Wonder Talking Book
Superstition may be the grooviest song ever recorded, but the rest of Mr. Wonder's work here isn't too shabby either.
Stone Temple Pilots Thank You
Stone Temple Pilots Core
Strawbs Grave New World
Strawbs Hero and Heroine
SubRosa More Constant Than The Gods
Supertramp Breakfast in America
Swans The Seer
Symphony X V: The New Mythology Suite
Symphony X The Odyssey
Symphony X Paradise Lost
Talk Talk The Colour of Spring
Talking Heads Remain in Light
Temple of the Dog Temple of the Dog
Testament Practice What You Preach
Testament The Gathering
Testament The Formation of Damnation
Testament Dark Roots of Earth
Testament Live in London
Testament Dark Roots of Thrash
The Alan Parsons Project Eye in the Sky
The Allman Brothers Band The Allman Brothers Band
The Allman Brothers Band Idlewild South
The Allman Brothers Band Eat a Peach
The Allman Brothers Band Brothers and Sisters
The Antlers Burst Apart
The Band Music From Big Pink
The Band The Band
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds
The Beach Boys The Smile Sessions
The Beatles The Beatles
The Beatles Let It Be
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles 1967 – 1970
The Black Crowes Shake Your Money Maker
The Black Keys Brothers
Dynamic is a great word to describe this particular 2010 release. The Black Keys are a dynamic duo, and Brothers is a dynamic album. Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney play old blues with a new edge, and do so in a fashion that has both immediate likeability and real staying power. Laying down a perfect groove from the record's very first seconds, the music remains catchy and creative, from the high-register Everlasting Light, the funky attitude on Tighten Up, to terrific slower tracks as The Only One and Never Gonna Give You Up. To some it may slightly outstay its welcome, but ultimately, Brothers counts among the year's most memorable and charismatic moments, coming from a group that will likely continue to do well in the coming years.
The Clash Give 'Em Enough Rope
The Cranberries No Need to Argue
The Cranberries Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
The Cranberries Stars: The Best of 1992–2002
The Doors Strange Days
The Doors Morrison Hotel
The Drones I See Seaweed
The Fall of Every Season Amends
The Gaslight Anthem The '59 Sound
The Gathering Souvenirs
The Gathering Nighttime Birds
The Gathering Mandylion
The Gathering Disclosure
The Groundhogs Thank Christ For The Bomb
The Groundhogs Split
The Hold Steady Boys and Girls in America
The Jezabels Prisoner
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Moody Blues On the Threshold of a Dream
The Moody Blues This Is The Moody Blues
The Moody Blues To Our Children's Children's Children
The Moody Blues In Search of the Lost Chord
The National High Violet
The National Trouble Will Find Me
The Ocean Pelagial
The Pineapple Thief Someone Here Is Missing
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
The Smashing Pumpkins Gish
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Stooges Raw Power
The Strokes Is This It
The Sword Warp Riders
The Tallest Man on Earth Shallow Grave
The Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving Now
The Veils The Runaway Found
The Veils Nux Vomica
The War on Drugs Slave Ambient
The Who Who's Next
The Who Tommy
Ever since it was first released, many have hailed Tommy as a masterpiece, especially for its concept and originality; it became a pioneering record for what would become known as the rock opera. The tale of the deaf, dumb and blind boy still has many fans today, and is one that only could have been created in its era. For The Who, the album caused not only a massive surge in fame (which would eventually become too much for them to bear), but also an important development in their music, which moved towards a more album-oriented approach, strongly influencing their to-be classics Who's Next and Quadrophenia. The latter is in many ways its superior, better crafted, musically more diverse and engaging, but Tommy will remain legendary despite its flaws: it can be a bit bare and unexciting in places, yet it contains some of very strong Who tunes: Overture, Amazing Journey, The Acid Queen, I'm Free, and the ever-iconic Pinball Wizard. Considering they were the first to do this kind of thing, The Who actually did a pretty terrific job at it.
Thin Lizzy Jailbreak
Tim Buckley Goodbye and Hello
Tim Buckley Dream Letter: Live in London 1968
Tim Buckley Happy Sad
Tim Buckley Blue Afternoon
Tim Buckley Lorca
Tim Buckley Starsailor
Tim Hecker Virgins
Titus Andronicus The Monitor
Tom Waits Rain Dogs
Tool Lateralus
Toxik Think This
Traffic John Barleycorn Must Die
Type O Negative October Rust
U.K. U.K.
U2 War
U2 The Unforgettable Fire
U2 Under A Blood Red Sky
Ulver Wars of the Roses
Ulver Messe I.X-VI.X
Uriah Heep Demons and Wizards
Uriah Heep Salisbury
Uriah Heep Look At Yourself
Van der Graaf Generator Still Life
Van der Graaf Generator H to He, Who Am the Only One
Van Halen 1984
Veil Veil Vanish Change in the Neon Light
Voivod Warriors of Ice
Voivod Killing Technology
Voivod The Outer Limits
Voivod Target Earth
Daniel Mongrain proves himself the ideal guitarist for Voivod here, truly capable of replacing Piggy. Even better, his addition seems to have inspired the band with enough fresh ideas to make what is possibly their best record since Nothingface. Target Earth definitely needs a couple of listens before it sinks in, but they're worth it.
Volbeat Beyond Hell/Above Heaven
Wild Beasts Smother
Wings Band on the Run
Wintersun Wintersun
Witch Mountain Cauldron Of The Wild
Wolf People Fain
Yes Yes
Yes Tales from Topographic Oceans
Yes Drama
Yes Yessongs
Yes In a Word: Yes

3.5 great
3 Doors Down The Better Life
A Perfect Circle Mer de Noms
AC/DC Powerage
AC/DC The Razor's Edge
Accept Restless And Wild
Accept Stalingrad
Adele 21
Aerosmith Aerosmith
Agalloch Faustian Echoes
Airbag The Greatest Show On Earth
Alcest Les Voyages De L Ame
Alice Cooper Along Came a Spider
Alice in Chains Sap
Alice in Chains We Die Young
Alice in Chains Nothing Safe: Best of the Box
Alice in Chains Live
Alter Bridge Fortress
Amon Amarth Fate of Norns
Amon Amarth Versus the World
Amon Amarth Surtur Rising
Amon Amarth Sorrow Throughout the Nine Worlds
Amon Amarth Once Sent from the Golden Hall
Amon Amarth Deceiver of the Gods
In 2013, Amon Amarth release a consistent, thoroughly enjoyable melodic death metal album, adding to their catalogue of consistent and thoroughly enjoyable melodic death metal albums. It's business as usual.
Amorphis Eclipse
Amorphis Elegy
Amorphis Circle
Amy Macdonald A Curious Thing
Amy Winehouse Frank
Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Anacrusis Suffering Hour
Anathema Weather Systems
Anciients Heart Of Oak
Angel Witch Angel Witch
Anglagard Buried Alive
Anthrax Fistful of Metal
Anthrax State of Euphoria
Anthrax Madhouse: The Very Best of Anthrax
Anthrax Sound of White Noise
Anthrax Worship Music
Anthrax Caught in a Mosh: BBC Live in Concert
Anthrax Music of Mass Destruction
Anthrax Return of the Killer A's
Anthrax Penikufesin
Anthrax Armed and Dangerous
Anthrax Live: The Island Years
Anvil Juggernaut Of Justice
Anvil Hard 'n' Heavy
Anvil Forged in Fire
Apocalyptica Inquisition Symphony
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare
Arctic Monkeys Suck It and See
Arctic Monkeys AM
Argus Beyond The Martyrs
Artillery When Death Comes
Artillery My Blood
Asia Asia
Astra The Black Chord
At the Gates Gardens of Grief
At the Gates The Red in the Sky Is Ours
At the Gates With Fear I Kiss the Burning Darkness
At the Gates Terminal Spirit Disease
Atheist Elements
Atheist Jupiter
Atoma Skylight
Audioslave Audioslave
Audrey Horne Youngblood
Autopsy The Headless Ritual
Avantasia The Scarecrow
Avantasia The Mystery Of Time
Bayside Killing Time
Be'lakor Stone's Reach
Very solid progressive melodic death metal that has been influenced by many artists from the Scandinavian scene, especially Opeth. Stone's Reach gets on the repetitive side after the first two highlights Venator and From Scythe to Sceptre, but provides a necessary break with the short and acoustic Huks (there's your proof for the Opeth-influences), and closes off on a high note, with the truly worthy epic Countless Skies.
Be'lakor Of Breath and Bone
Believer Transhuman
Belle and Sebastian Tigermilk
Beyond the Bridge The Old Man and The Spirit
Birds Of Tokyo Birds Of Tokyo
Black Country Communion Black Country
Black Sabbath Reunion
Black Sabbath The Dio Years
Black Sabbath Live Evil
Black Sabbath Live at Hammersmith Odeon
Black Sabbath 13
Although Black Sabbath's long-awaited comeback came out stronger than many had even dared to hope, their first album in nearly two decades is not without faults. In most aspects, 13 is tailored to please fans of the band's earlier, once groundbreaking sound. This intent in itself is hardly a cause for complaint, but the incomparable, dynamic heaviness that made Paranoid and Master of Reality the monumental records that they are is not something that is brought back easily. Bill Ward's absence is naturally disappointing, but Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler have always been Sabbath's musical backbone, and the two of them are still up to the task. Ozzy Osbourne's performance, his first full studio recording with Sabbath since 1978, is fairly decent, as good as can possibly be expected after all this time.

The overall content is very much worth returning to, even if the level of these compositions isn't always entirely up to scratch. A couple of songs tend to overstay their welcome, with too few different ideas between their 7-8 minutes. Ultimately however, 13's most serious flaw is its production. For all his encouragement towards the band to revisit the past, Rick Rubin seems oblivious to the very essence of their music, doing his awful best to sabotage the sound he claims to be reviving. Despite their commendable efforts, Black Sabbath fall as any other victim to the loudness war. It dampens the impact they could have made, unfortunately, but in the end the momentum is great enough to pull them through.
Black Sabbath Gathered In Their Masses
Blackfield Blackfield II
Blind Guardian Battalions of Fear
Blind Guardian Follow the Blind
Blind Guardian At the Edge of Time
Blind Guardian Memories of a Time to Come
Blind Melon Nico
Blof Umoja
Blof Helder
Blof Watermakers
Blof Alles Blijft Anders
Blood Red Shoes Fire Like This
Blood Red Shoes Box Of Secrets
Blood Red Shoes In Time To Voices
Blood Red Throne Blood Red Throne
Blue Oyster Cult Fire of Unknown Origin
Blue Oyster Cult Agents Of Fortune
Boards of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest
Bon Iver Blood Bank
Breaking Benjamin We Are Not Alone
Breaking Benjamin Phobia
Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball
Budgie If I Were Brittania I'd Waive the Rules
Caleb McAlpine Science Fiction
Camel Harbour of Tears
Camel Dust and Dreams
Camel Rain Dances
Camel Stationary Traveller
Camel Nude
Camel A Nod and a Wink
Candlemass Psalms For The Dead
Candlemass Ancient Dreams
Candlemass Tales Of Creation
Caravan Caravan
Caravan Waterloo Lily
Caravan For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
Cathedral The Last Spire
Children of Bodom Follow The Reaper
Children of Bodom Halo of Blood
Christian Mistress Possession
Circus Maximus Nine
Clutch The Elephant Riders
Clutch Pure Rock Fury
Clutch From Beale Street to Oblivion
Clutch Strange Cousins From The West
Cold War Kids Mine is Yours
Coldplay Parachutes
Coldplay X & Y
Coldplay Prospekt's March
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
Colour Haze She Said
Counting Crows Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings
Counting Crows Recovering The Satellites
Cream Fresh Cream
Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival
Crippled Black Phoenix (Mankind) The Crafty Ape
Crowbar Sever The Wicked Hand
Curved Air Air Cut
Danko Jones Below The Belt
Danko Jones Rock and Roll Is Black and Blue
Dark Tranquillity The Mind's I
Dark Tranquillity Of Chaos and Eternal Night
Dark Tranquillity Skydancer
Dark Tranquillity Lost to Apathy
Dark Tranquillity Zero Distance
Dark Tranquillity Haven
Dark Tranquillity Construct
Dark Tranquillity A Memory Construct
Dark Tranquillity Exposures: In Retrospect And Denial
Dark Tranquillity Skydancer/Of Chaos And Eternal Night
Darkthrone Soulside Journey
Dave Matthews Band The Central Park Concert
David Bowie Heroes
Dawnbringer Into the Lair of the Sun God
Days Of The New Days of the New
Dead Letter Circus Next In Line
Dead Letter Circus This Is The Warning
Death Scream Bloody Gore
Since Scream Bloody Gore, Death has grown immensely. Their first album was seminal to the creation of the death metal genre, but considering what they have done since, it looks a bit pale in comparison. A consistently savage, heavily distorted guitar assault combined with Schuldiner's (also underdeveloped) menacing screams makes up for a lack of variation, as many of the riffs end up sounding the same, and the drumming patterns don't seem to change whatsoever. It was luckily only the beginning of better things to come, but gets bonus points for influence.

Best cut: Zombie Ritual
Deep Purple Stormbringer
Deep Purple Deep Purple
Deep Purple Purpendicular
Deep Purple Now What?!
Deep Purple California Jamming
Deep Purple Perfect Strangers Live
Deep Purple Live at the Olypmpia '96
Deep Purple Live at Montreux 1996
Deep Purple 30: Very Best of Deep Purple
Deep Purple Total Abandon: Australia '99
Deep Purple Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Deep Purple The Platinum Collection
Deep Purple Live at Montreux 2006
Def Leppard Pyromania
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Depeche Mode Ultra
Depeche Mode Some Great Reward
Depeche Mode Sounds Of The Universe
Depeche Mode Delta Machine
Destroyer Kaputt
dEUS Following Sea
DevilDriver Beast
Dinosaur Jr. I Bet on Sky
Dio Sacred Heart
Disillusion Back To Times Of Splendor
Down Down III: Over The Under
Down Down II: A Bustle In Your Hedgerow
DragonForce Sonic Firestorm
Dream Theater A Change of Seasons
Dream Theater Train of Thought
Dream Theater Octavarium
Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings
Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events
Dream Theater Live at the Marquee
Dream Theater Once in a LIVEtime
Dream Theater Happy Holidays
dredg El Cielo
dredg Catch Without Arms
Dropkick Murphys Do or Die
Dropkick Murphys The Gang's All Here
Dropkick Murphys The Meanest of Times
Dropkick Murphys Going Out In Style
Drudkh Eternal Turn of the Wheel
Duff McKagan's Loaded The Taking
Eddie Vedder Into The Wild [Music For The Motion Picture]
Vedder's work on a film soundtrack turns out to be a great start for his solo career, and proves to be a very relaxing listen. Ditching Pearl Jam's louder, rougher edges and rather opting for a folky approach that suits him just as well, Vedder created an album with more intimacy than could be realized with his work with the band. The advise is indeed simple: lay down and relax, and let Vedder's excellent voice and acoustic guitar take you away.
Edge of Sanity Unorthodox
Edge of Sanity Until Eternity Ends
Editors The Back Room
Editors An End Has A Start
Elbow Build A Rocket Boys!
Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid
Electric Light Orchestra Face the Music
Eloy Inside
Eloy Power and the Passion
Eloy Planets
Eloy Time to Turn
Eloy Ocean 2 - The Answer
Eloy Visionary
Eluveitie Slania
Eluvium Similes
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Tarkus
Tarkus ends up in the same pitfall Rush's 2112 would 5 years later: while the 20-minute epic title track is everything a progressive fan could wish for, the record's second half is considerably less interesting. Despite some good moments in Bitches Crystal, Infinite Space and A Time and A Place, the annoying Jeremy Bender and Are You Ready Eddy? feel very much out of place, making Tarkus uneven and not a pleasurable listen as a whole. It really is the title track that puts this up so high.
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Trilogy
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Pictures at an Exhibition
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Welcome Back To The Show That Never Ends
Enforcer Death By Fire
Enshine Origin
Ensiferum Iron
Ensiferum From Afar
Once again, everyone's favourite folk/viking metal act Ensiferum release a solid slab of heroic tunes that will surely please fans of their other work. While indeed slightly more bombastic than we are used to, From Afar adds nothing really new to the table, but then again, who cares?
Equilibrium Turis Fratyr
Eurythmics Ultimate Collection
Everclear So Much For The Afterglow
Exodus Pleasures of the Flesh
Exodus Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Exodus Exhibit B: The Human Condition
Explosions in the Sky The Rescue
Explosions in the Sky All of a Sudden, I Miss Everyone
Fates Warning Inside Out
Fates Warning FWX
Fates Warning Night on Brocken
Fates Warning Still Life
Fifth Reason Psychotic
Fleetwood Mac Tango In The Night
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac Future Games
Fleetwood Mac Bare Trees
Flotsam and Jetsam The Cold
Foals Antidotes
Foals Holy Fire
Focus At the Rainbow
Focus Focus Plays Focus
Focus Ship of Memories
Foo Fighters Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose
Foo Fighters In Your Honor
Franz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much Better
Gamma Ray Somewhere Out in Space
Gary Moore Blues for Jimi
Gazpacho March of Ghosts
Genesis Trespass
Genesis Archive #2 (1976-1992)
Genesis Wind & Wuthering
Genesis Three Sides Live
Genesis Turn It On Again: The Hits
Gentle Giant Three Friends
Gentle Giant The Power and the Glory
George Harrison Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison
Let It Roll is the first George Harrison compilation that spans his entire post-Beatles career, and it's surprising it took this long to be released, especially considering his unfortunate death nearly ten years ago. The fact that his three biggest songs with the Fab Four are all live takes from his famous Concert for Bangladesh is very welcoming to this being a true solo overview, despite that they might be not as crisp as their studio originals, and with the great songs that George has created in his lifetime, this has potential to be a superb compilation. It's a pity (no pun intended) that the balance is a little off: the non-chronological order can be a mess, the album opening with his 80's smash Got My Mind Set On You, in order to jump around between what is mostly a selection from his major achievement All Things Must Pass, his comeback Cloud Nine, and his last record Brainwashed. It leaves little room for his work between 1970 and 1987 to breathe, which is a shame because it doesn't exactly make this a career overview. Complaints aside, George's music was, is, and will remain immortal. For longtime fans it won't make much of a difference, but for those who've never really looked into the man's solo career, Songs By George Harrison is an adequate introduction.
George Harrison Living In The Material World
Ghost B.C. Opus Eponymous
Ghost B.C. Infestissumam
God Is An Astronaut The End of the Beginning
God Is An Astronaut A Moment of Stillness
Godsticks The Envisage Conundrum
Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage
Gotye Making Mirrors
Gozu The Fury Of A Patient Man
Green Day American Idiot
Greenleaf Nest of Vipers
Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies
Guns N' Roses Live Era '87-'93
Guns N' Roses Greatest Hits
Haken The Mountain
Harmonium Harmonium
Hawkwind Hawkwind
Heart Dreamboat Annie
Heaven and Hell The Devil You Know
Heaven and Hell Neon Nights: 30 Years of Heaven and Hell - Live at Wacken
Helloween Gambling With The Devil
Helloween made a strong move for themselves with their latest record, combining the classic power metal sound that they pioneered with a strong dose of Painkiller. The result, Gambling with the Devil, is as good as it gets for the somewhat aged band, and contains some classic material in the form of Kill It and The Bells of the 7 Hells, next to some good old cheese.
Helloween 7 Sinners
Helloween Straight Out of Hell
Helloween Better Than Raw
Helloween High Live
Helloween The Time of the Oath
Helloween Live in the U.K.
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy World Tour
High on Fire Snakes For The Divine
Hugh Laurie Let Them Talk
Hurt Vol. II
Hypocrisy End of Disclosure
Ian Anderson Thick as a Brick 2
Iced Earth Iced Earth
Iced Earth The Glorious Burden
Iced Earth Dystopia
Iced Earth Days of Purgatory
Iced Earth The Blessed and the Damned
Immolation Kingdom of Conspiracy
In Flames Lunar Strain
In Flames Reroute to Remain
In Flames Black-Ash Inheritance
In Flames Subterranean
In Mourning The Weight of Oceans
In Vain Aenigma
Incubus A Crow Left of the Murder...
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
Interpol Antics
Interpol Our Love to Admire
Intronaut Habitual Levitations
Iron & Wine Kiss Each Other Clean
Iron Maiden Dance of Death
Iron Maiden Edward the Great
Iron Maiden Death on the Road
Iron Maiden Live at Donington
Iron Maiden The Soundhouse Tapes
Iron Maiden Maiden Japan
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
The Final Frontier is the first Iron Maiden album in four years, so expectations were bound to be high. Although it is thoroughly enjoyable, it is also very predictable. The band continue the brand of epic heavy metal they've been practicing and developing since Brave New World, and since we've been treated with three full albums of that kind, surprise is never in the picture. Maiden have obviously slipped into a comfort zone by now, and while the material may be pretty similar to their latest albums, it doesn't feel lazy. Harris and the boys are still inspired to write great songs, even if the absence of real classics is a dissapointment. The Final Frontier is Maiden by the book, but that isn't such a bad thing: the book is still a great read.
Iron Maiden The Essential Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Flight 666: The Original Soundtrack
Iron Maiden From Fear To Eternity
Iron Maiden En Vivo!
Iron Maiden Best of the B'Sides
Jack White Blunderbuss
Jeff Beck Blow by Blow
Jeff Buckley Live From The Bataclan
Jeff Buckley The Grace EP
Jeff Buckley Last Goodbye
Jeff Buckley Mystery White Boy
Jeff Buckley So Real: Songs From Jeff Buckley
Jeff Buckley Grace Around the World
Jeff Loomis Plains of Oblivion
Jethro Tull The Broadsword and the Beast
Jethro Tull Benefit
Jethro Tull Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young To Die!
Jethro Tull Stormwatch
Jethro Tull Roots to Branches
Jimi Hendrix Valleys of Neptune
Even in death, Jimi Hendrix is so very alive.
Jimi Hendrix People, Hell, and Angels
Joe Satriani Surfing With The Alien
John Frusciante To Record Only Water for Ten Days
John Frusciante Inside of Emptiness
John Lennon Imagine
Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures
Joy Division Closer
Judas Priest Killing Machine
Judas Priest Rocka Rolla
Judas Priest Angel of Retribution
Judas Priest Priest...Live!
Judas Priest The Essential Judas Priest
Judas Priest Living After Midnight
Judas Priest Hero, Hero
Kaiser Chiefs Employment
Kalmah Seventh Swamphony
Kamelot Ghost Opera
Kamelot Silverthorn
Kamelot The Fourth Legacy
Kamelot The Expedition
Kansas Leftoverture
Karnivool Themata
Katalepsy Autopsychosis
Katatonia Night Is the New Day
Despite claims of progression, Katotonia haven't changed their sound all that much since Viva Emptiness. Still, that doesn't mean Night is the New Day is a dissapointment. In fact, it is great.
Katatonia Dead End Kings
Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow
Kate Bush Lionheart
Kate Bush Never for Ever
Kate Bush The Sensual World
Keane Hopes & Fears
King Crimson THRAK
King Crimson Three of a Perfect Pair
King Crimson Beat
King Crimson The Power to Believe
King Crimson Happy With What You Have To Be Happy With
King Crimson Ladies of the Road
King Crimson B'BOOM
King Crimson Heavy ConstruKction
King Crimson Level Five
King Crimson EleKtriK
King Crimson A Young Person's Guide to King Crimson
King Crimson The Essential King Crimson
King Crimson Cirkus
King Diamond Fatal Portrait
King Diamond The Eye
Kings of Leon Because Of The Times
Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown
Kreator Phantom Antichrist
Kreator Endless Pain
Kreator Violent Revolution
Kreator Enemy of God
Kreator Hordes of Chaos
Kyuss Wretch
Landberk One Man Tells Another
Laura Marling A Creature I Don't Know
Laura Marling Once I Was an Eagle
Led Zeppelin Presence
Leprous Coal
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Liquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension Experiment
Liquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension Experiment 2
Live Secret Samadhi
Live Awake: Best Of
Lou Reed Transformer
Machine Head Unto the Locust
Mahavishnu Orchestra Visions of the Emerald Beyond
Manchester Orchestra I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child
Manowar Into Glory Ride
Manowar Hail to England
Manowar Sign of the Hammer
Manowar Kings of Metal
Marillion The Thieving Magpie
Marillion Seasons End
Marillion Brave
Marillion Afraid of Sunlight
Mark Lanegan Blues Funeral
Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Mastodon The Hunter
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
Mastodon Remission
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Megadeth Cryptic Writings
Megadeth The System Has Failed
Megadeth United Abominations
Megadeth Hidden Treasures
Megadeth Anthology: Set the World Afire
Megadeth Rude Awakening
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction Live
Mercyful Fate The Beginning
Mercyful Fate Return of the Vampire
Mercyful Fate In the Shadows
Mercyful Fate The Bell Witch
Mercyful Fate Time
Meshuggah obZen
Metal Church Live
Metal Church Hanging in the Balance
Metallica The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited
Metallica S&M
Metallica Orgullo, Pasion, Y Gloria
Metallica No Life 'Til Leather
Metallica Garage Inc.
Metallica Six Feet Down Under Part II
Metallica Live At Grimey's
Metallica Cunning Stunts
Metallica Francais Pour Une Nuit
Miles Davis Birth of the Cool
Minus the Bear Omni
Modest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Mogwai Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will
Moonsorrow Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden Maassa
Morbid Angel Entangled in Chaos
Morbid Angel Domination
Morbid Angel Gateways to Annihilation
Morbid Angel Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
Mother Love Bone Shine
Mother Turtle Mother Turtle
Motorhead The World Is Yours
Once again, it becomes all too obvious that Lemmy can simply do no wrong.
Motorhead Motörhead
Motorhead Orgasmatron
Motorhead Rock 'N' Roll
Motorhead 1916
Motorhead Bastards
Motorhead Overnight Sensation
Motorhead We Are Motorhead
Motorhead Inferno
Motorhead Kiss of Death
Motorhead Motorizer
Motorhead Aftershock
Muse Showbiz
Muse Black Holes and Revelations
My Bloody Valentine Isn't Anything
My Bloody Valentine m b v
Neil Young Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Neil Young Psychedelic Pill
Nektar ...Sounds Like This
Nektar Down to Earth
Nektar Recycled
Nektar Evolution
Neurosis Honor Found in Decay
Nick Drake Bryter Layter
Nirvana Incesticide
Nirvana Blew
Nirvana Hormoaning
Nirvana From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
Nirvana Nirvana
Nonpoint Miracle
O'Brother Disillusion
Oak Pantheon From a Whisper
Oasis Dig Out Your Soul
Oceansize Self Preserved While The Bodies Float Up
October Tide Tunnel of No Light
Om Advaitic Songs
Omnium Gatherum Beyond
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth Heritage
...and the sputnik masses disagree whether or not Heritage needs moar Opeth.
Opeth Pale Communion
Our Lady Peace Burn Burn
Our Lady Peace Spiritual Machines
Overkill Ironbound
Overkill The Electric Age
Overkill W.F.O
Overkill From the Underground and Below
Overkill Power In Black
Overkill Overkill
Overkill !!!Fuck You!!!
Overkill !!!Fuck You!!! and Then Some
Overkill Hello From the Gutter
Overkill Wrecking Everything
Overkill White Devil Armory
Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard of Ozz
Ozzy is lucky to have had such a solid backing band, or he would have never pulled off his solo work, and especially his 'classic' debut Blizzard of Ozz. The Prince of Darkness' first album surely features some catchy tunes like I Don't Know, the ever-popular Crazy Train, Mr. Crowley and Steal Away the Night, but Osbourne lacks in his vocal prowess. Cuts like No Bone Movies only work because of the great instrumentation (especially the guitar, of course) that makes us partly forget the undeniably bland vocals. Next to that we get a purposeless and unsatisfying instrumental named Dee, which doesn't exactly showcase Roads' talent nearly as well as the other material does. The vocals are, in the end, more of an acquired taste, and the band balances them out for the best, resulting in nothing more than a very decent metal album.
Pantera Far Beyond Driven
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
Paradise Lost Tragic Idol
Paul Simon So Beautiful or So What
Pearl Jam Riot Act
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Eleven great tracks. Nothing more, nothing less. Pearl Jam is back with its greatest release since Yield.
Pearl Jam Merkinball
Pearl Jam Live On Ten Legs
Pearl Jam Live On Two Legs
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Twenty Soundtrack
Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt
Peter Gabriel Scratch
Phil Collins ...But Seriously
Pink Floyd A Saucerful of Secrets
Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd The Final Cut
Pink Floyd The Division Bell
Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds
Pink Floyd London '66–'67
Pink Floyd Relics
Pink Floyd The Early Singles
Pink Floyd Delicate Sound of Thunder
PJ Harvey Let England Shake
Porcupine Tree Voyage 34: The Complete Trip
Porcupine Tree Nil Recurring
Porcupine Tree The Incident
The Incident more or less continues where Fear of a Blank Planet left off, but lacks the coherence of previous Porcupine Tree albums. It's a little ironic, given the fact that it is the band's first proper attempt at a concept. The music itself is of the high quality we have come to expect from Steven Wilson and consorts, but without an element that really binds it together, the record leaves something to be desired in the end.
Porcupine Tree Futile
Premiata Forneria Marconi Photos of Ghosts
Procol Harum Procol Harum
Queen Queen II
Queen Queen
Queen News of the World
Queen Jazz
Queen Innuendo
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Queensryche Sign Of The Times
Queensryche Promised Land
Queensryche Queensryche
Queensryche Greatest Hits
Queensryche The Warning
Queensryche Live Evolution
R.E.M. Out Of Time
R.E.M. Lifes Rich Pageant
R.E.M. Fables of the Reconstruction
R.E.M. Accelerate
R.E.M. Collapse Into Now
R.E.M. Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth...
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Radiohead In Rainbows
Radiohead My Iron Lung
My Iron Lung shows transition between Pablo Honey and The Bends, created in the days of Radiohead's more rockish era. Aside from the title track, which would later appear on The Bends, this has some seriously fantastic b-sides on it, most notably The Trickster. The acoustic Creep is one of the album's most interesting, although not entirely succesful moments, having Yorke providing more personal vocals at the cost of powerful instrumentation. Never got into anything post-OK Computer? Check this out.
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Once the hype dies down we'll all realize the new Radiohead record wasn't up to their previous levels of innovation and surprise. Still pretty neat though.
Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire
Rainbow Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Unfortunately Rainbow's first record suffers from an untalented input. Sure, Ritchie Blackmore is a fantastic guitar player, and also Dio is well known for his voice. The members that were with Rainbow on this first release though, the members from Elf (Dio's previous band), do nothing really interesting musically. The record is also very bluesy compared to later Rainbow (also caused by the presence of the Elf members). Still, after all, Rainbow's first 3 albums are Ritchie's and Dio's show, and those two also make this one a decent output. With the addition of Toney Carey, Cozey Powell and Jimmy Bain, they greatly topped it with Rising. Highlights here are Man on the Silver Mountain and Catch the Rainbow.
Rainbow Down To Earth
Rammstein Mutter
Razor Malicious Intent
Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Red Hot Chili Peppers' Greatest Hits is an ideal package for newcomers to the band, and is obviously aimed at the mainstream audience. It doesn't span their early, pre-Mother's Milk-era, it contains only the more popular and accessible material from Blood Sugar Sex Magik, and most songs are from their, in the big audience's eye magnum opus Californication. It's exactly what can be expected of a compilation album created after By The Way, and remains a just about perfect overview of the band's more commercial work.
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
Regina Spektor What We Saw from the Cheap Seats
Rhapsody of Fire From Chaos to Eternity
Rhapsody of Fire The Frozen Tears of Angels
Rick Wakeman The Six Wives of Henry VIII
Ringo Starr Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr
Rise Against Endgame
Riverside Rapid Eye Movement
Riverside Anno Domini High Definition
Riverside Shrine Of New Generation Slaves
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Raising Sand
Rory Gallagher Stage Struck
Rory Gallagher Blueprint
Rory Gallagher Against The Grain
Rory Gallagher Jinx
Rory Gallagher Live At Montreux
Rose Tattoo Rose Tattoo
It's Australian blues/hard rock from the late 70's, and it sounds very much like AC/DC. Gotta love it or hate it.
Rotting Christ Thy Mighty Contract
Rotting Christ Khronos
Rotting Christ Genesis
Rotting Christ Sanctus Diavolos
Rotting Christ Aealo
Rush Rush
Rush Fly by Night
Rush Power Windows
Rush Hold Your Fire
Rush Roll the Bones
Rush Snakes & Arrows
Rush A Show of Hands
Rush Feedback
Rush The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits
Rush Vapor Trails Remixed
S. Carey All We Grow
Sahg Delusions of Grandeur
Saint Vitus Mournful Cries
Samson Shock Tactics
Santana Santana
Sarah Fimm Near Infinite Possibility
Sarah McLachlan Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Satan Life Sentence
Savages Silence Yourself
Saxon Saxon
Saxon Into the Labyrinth
Scale the Summit The Collective
Scorpions Fly To The Rainbow
Scorpions Animal Magnetism
Screaming Trees Uncle Anesthesia
Shearwater The Golden Archipelago
Simon and Garfunkel Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.
Slayer Live Undead
Slayer Divine Intervention
Slayer Christ Illusion
Sleepingdog With Our Heads in the Clouds...
Sleepy Sun Spine Hits
Snow Patrol Eyes Open
Social Distortion Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes
Sodom Obsessed by Cruelty
Soen Cognitive
Solomon Burke Hold on Tight
Sonata Arctica Silence
Sonata Arctica Winterheart's Guild
Sonata Arctica Reckoning Night
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Soundgarden Down on the Upside
Soundgarden Screaming Life
Soundgarden A-Sides
Spock's Beard V
Spock's Beard Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep
Squackett A Life Within A Day
Steven Wilson Grace for Drowning
Steven Wilson Insurgentes
Stevie Wonder Music of My Mind
Stevie Wonder Fulfillingness' First Finale
Stone Temple Pilots Purple
Strawbs From the Witchwood
Suffocation Pinnacle of Bedlam
Summoning Old Mornings Dawn
Swans My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky
Symphony X Twilight in Olympus
Symphony X The Damnation Game
Symphony X Iconoclast
Symphony X Live on the Edge of Forever
Symphony X Prelude to the Millenium
Talk Talk It's My Life
Tears For Fears Songs from the Big Chair
Ten Years After A Space in Time
Testament First Strike Still Deadly
Testament Souls of Black
Testament The Ritual
Testament Low
Testament Live at Eindhoven
Testament Live at the Fillmore
Testament Live at Eindhoven '87
The Alan Parsons Project Tales of Mystery and Imagination
The Answer Rise
The Beatles Help!
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles Hey Jude
The Beatles 1962 - 1966
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 2
The Beatles 1
The Beatles Let It Be… Naked
The Black Keys Thickfreakness
The Black Keys Rubber Factory
The Black Keys Attack & Release
The Black Keys El Camino
The Boxer Rebellion The Cold Still
The Bravery The Sun and the Moon
The Civil Wars Barton Hollow
The Cranberries To the Faithful Departed
The Dead Weather Sea of Cowards
The Decemberists The Crane Wife
The Decemberists The Hazards Of Love
The Decemberists The King Is Dead
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Flaming Lips The Terror
The Flower Kings Banks of Eden
The Fratellis Costello Music
The Gaslight Anthem Sink or Swim
The Gaslight Anthem American Slang
You can't help but feel American Slang is a slight dissapointment after the excellent The '59 Sound, but perhaps this record is just a logical progression for The Gaslight Anthem, who have crafted 10 fine songs headlined by Brian Fallon's usual charm, be they without the same sense of intensity the band has become known for. By no means, that is an entirely bad thing; American Slang succesfully shows another side to the band's sound, while maintaining the standard they have set with their two previous efforts.
The Gathering The West Pole
The Gathering Home
The Gathering if_then_else
The Good, The Bad & The Queen The Good, The Bad & The Queen
The Guess Who American Woman
The Hives Veni Vidi Vicious
The Hives Your New Favourite Band
The Hives Tyrannosaurus Hives
The Hives Black And White Album
The Horrible Crowes Elsie
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Killers Sam's Town
The Last Shadow Puppets The Age Of The Understatement
The Marshall Tucker Band The Marshall Tucker Band
The Moody Blues Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
The Moody Blues A Question of Balance
The Moody Blues Seventh Sojourn
The Pineapple Thief All the Wars
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Rolling Stones Aftermath
The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup
The Rolling Stones Some Girls
The Rolling Stones Tattoo You
The Strokes Angles
The Sword Apocryphon
The Veils Time Stays, We Go
The Verve A Storm in Heaven
The Who My Generation
The Who The Who Sell Out
The Who The Who by Numbers
Third Eye Blind Blue
Thirty Seconds to Mars 30 Seconds to Mars
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
Thursday No Devolución
Tim Buckley Tim Buckley
Tim Buckley Live at The Troubadour 1969
Tim Buckley Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology
Tom Waits Bad As Me
Tool Undertow
Tool Opiate
Tool 10,000 Days
Toxik World Circus
Traffic The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
Triumvirat Illusions On A Double Dimple
U2 Boy
U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
Ulcerate The Destroyers of All
Ulcerate Vermis
Unexpect Fables of the Sleepless Empire
Uriah Heep Very 'eavy... Very 'umble
Uriah Heep The Magician's Birthday
Uriah Heep Sweet Freedom
Van der Graaf Generator World Record
Van der Graaf Generator The Least We Can Do Is Wave to...
Van Halen A Different Kind of Truth
Van Halen Van Halen II
Van Halen 5150
Vista Chino Peace
Voivod Katorz
Voivod War and Pain
Voivod Rrroooaaarrr
Voivod Angel Rat
Voivod Phobos
Voivod Infini
Voivod To the Death 84
Voivod The Best of Voivod
Volbeat The Strength/The Sound/The Songs
Volbeat Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil
Volbeat Guitar Gangsters & Cadillac Blood
Warlord The Holy Empire
Warpaint The Fool
Within Temptation Enter
Within Temptation The Silent Force
Within Temptation The Unforgiving
Witxes A Fabric of Beliefs
Wo Fat The Black Code
Wolfheart Winterborn
WU LYF Go Tell Fire to the Mountain
X Japan Art of Life
Yellowcard When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes
Yes Time and a Word
Yes Going for the One
Yes 90125
Yes Classic Yes
Yes Keys to Ascension 2
Yes Keys to Ascension
Yes Yesshows
Yes Keystudio
Yes House of Yes: Live from House of Blues
Yes Symphonic Live
Yes YesYears
Yes Yesstory
Yes The Word is Live
Yes Live at Montreux 2003
Yes The Ultimate Yes: 35th Anniversary Collection
Yo La Tengo Fade
YOB Atma
Yuck Yuck
ZZ Top Eliminator

3.0 good
3 Doors Down Away From The Sun
A Perfect Circle Thirteenth Step
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC Who Made Who
AC/DC Ballbreaker
AC/DC Stiff Upper Lip
AC/DC '74 Jailbreak
Accept Blood Of The Nations
Adele 19
Agalloch Marrow of the Spirit
Alice in Chains Greatest Hits
Alter Bridge AB III
Amon Amarth The Crusher
Amon Amarth The Avenger
Amorphis The Karelian Isthmus
Amorphis Tuonela
Amorphis Far from the Sun
Amorphis The Beginning of Times
Amy Macdonald Life In A Beautiful Light
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe An Evening of Yes Music Plus
Anthrax We've Come for You All
Anthrax Inside Out
Anthrax Summer 2003
Anthrax The Greater of Two Evils
Anthrax Attack of the Killer B's
Anthrax I'm The Man
Anthrax Anthems
Anvil Hope in Hell
Apocalyptica Plays Metallica by Four Cellos
Arctic Monkeys Humbug
Arctic Monkeys Five Minutes With Arctic Monkeys
Arctic Monkeys Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?
Armistice Armistice
Artillery One Foot in the Grave, The Other One in the Trash
Artillery Deadly Relics
Artillery B.A.C.K.
Artillery Legions
Legions is solid, but simply does not manage to stand up to Artillery's other work.
Barren Earth The Devil's Resolve
Be'lakor The Frail Tide
A solid basis that served for their more refined, and therefore slightly better effort Stone's Reach, Be'Lakor's The Frail Tide is still raw in terms of writing, but already shows great promise for the Australian band, which incorporates progressive and aspects in their own brand of melodic death metal.
Beady Eye Different Gear, Still Speeding
Billy Joel Piano Man
Black Sabbath Dehumanizer
Black Sabbath Technical Ecstasy
Black Sabbath Never Say Die!
Black Sabbath The Eternal Idol
Black Sabbath Cross Purposes
Blackfield Welcome To My DNA
Blind Faith Blind Faith
Blind Guardian A Twist in the Myth
Blind Guardian The Forgotten Tales
Blof Oktober
Blof Naakt Onder de Hemel
Blof April
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Brandon Boyd The Wild Trapeze
Breaking Benjamin Saturate
Breaking Benjamin So Cold
Bright Eyes The People's Key
Budgie Power Supply
Budgie Impeckable
Budgie You're All Living in Cuckooland
Butcher Jones No Gods West Ep
Camel Breathless
Camel I Can See Your House from Here
Candlebox Candlebox
Now wait, these guys aren't grunge. The common misconception that any alt rock created in Seattle in the 90's falls under the terms proves to be very true here, as Candlebox misses out on what defines a grunge album. I hear traditional bluesy guitar leads derived from 70's classic rock, and while the vocalist has the right voice for it, he sounds just a little too optimistic. Nevertheless, this is still a pretty decent rock record. Nothing more, nothing less.
Clutch Transnational Speedway League
Clutch Jam Room
Counting Crows This Desert Life
Counting Crows Hard Candy
Cream Goodbye
Creed My Own Prison
Crossfade We All Bleed
Dark Tranquillity Enter Suicidal Angels
Dark Tranquillity We Are the Void
Dark Tranquillity Trail of Life Decayed
Dark Tranquillity A Moonclad Reflection
David Bowie Lodger
David Gilmour On An Island
Deep Purple The Book of Taliesyn
Deep Purple Shades of Deep Purple
Deep Purple Come Taste the Band
Deep Purple Bananas
Deep Purple Rapture of the Deep
Deep Purple Made In Europe
Deep Purple Concerto for Group and Orchestra
Deep Purple Nobody's Perfect
Deep Purple Live at Montreux 2011
Depeche Mode Exciter
Dio Lock up the Wolves
Disturbed The Sickness
Disturbed Believe
Disturbed Indestructible
Dolores O'Riordan Are You Listening?
DragonForce Valley of the Damned
Dream Theater When Dream and Day Unite
Dream Theater Falling into Infinity
Dream Theater Greatest Hit
Dream Theater Chaos in Motion
Dream Theater Dream Theater
Eddie Vedder Ukulele Songs
Edge of Sanity Nothing But Death Remains
Edge of Sanity Infernal
Elf Elf
Eloy Colours
Eloy Eloy
Eloy The Tides Return Forever
Eluveitie Helvetios
Emery We Do What We Want
Ensiferum Dragonheads
Eric Clapton Clapton
Eternal Tears of Sorrow Saivon Lapsi
Exodus Lessons in Violence
Exodus Good Friendly Violent Fun
Exodus Impact Is Imminent
Exodus Force of Habit
Exodus The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A
Exodus Let There Be Blood
Exodus Shovel Headed Tour Machine
Explosions in the Sky Take Care, Take Care, Take Care
Faith No More Live At The Brixton Academy
Faithless Reverence
Fates Warning Chasing Time
Fiction Plane Left Side of the Brain
Fleetwood Mac Kiln House
Fleetwood Mac Mystery To Me
Fleetwood Mac Say You Will
Flogging Molly Speed of Darkness
Focus Mother Focus
Foo Fighters One by One
Foo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Franz Ferdinand Tonight: Franz Ferdinand
Franz Ferdinand Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
Funeral Party The Golden Age Of Knowhere
Gamma Ray Heading for Tomorrow
Gamma Ray Sigh No More
Gamma Ray Power Plant
Gamma Ray No World Order
Genesis We Can't Dance
Genesis ...And Then There Were Three...
Genesis Genesis
Genesis The Way We Walk, Volume 2: The Longs
Genesis The Way We Walk, Volume 1: The Shorts
Genesis Spot the Pigeon
Genesis Live Over Europe 2007
George Michael Faith
God Is An Astronaut God Is an Astronaut
Grand Magus The Hunt
Guns N' Roses Live Like a Suicide
Helloween Master of the Rings
Helloween Rabbit Don't Come Easy
Iced Earth The Melancholy EP
Iced Earth Plagues of Babylon
In Flames Come Clarity
In Flames Sounds of a Playground Fading
In Flames The Tokyo Showdown
In Flames Used And Abused...In Live We Trust
In Flames The Mirror's Truth
Incubus Fungus Amongus
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark
Iron Maiden No More Lies
Iron Maiden Live!! + One
Iron Maiden Ed Hunter
Iron Maiden A Real Live Dead One
Jeff Buckley Peyote Radio Theatre
Jeff Buckley So Real
Jeff Buckley The Grace EPs
Jeff Buckley The Jeff Buckley Collection
Jethro Tull A
Jethro Tull This Was
Joss Stone LP1
Judas Priest A Touch of Evil
Kamelot Poetry for the Poisoned
Kamelot Poetry for the Poisoned:Live From Wacken
Kamelot Ghost Opera: The Second Coming
Kamelot Myths & Legends of Kamelot
Kamelot Eternity
Kamelot Dominion
Kamelot Siege Perilous
Karnivool Asymmetry
Kate Bush The Red Shoes
Keane Under The Iron Sea
Keane Strangeland
King Crimson Islands
King Crimson VROOOM
King Crimson The Compact King Crimson
King Crimson The Concise King Crimson
Kings of Leon Mechanical Bull
Kings of Leon Youth and Young Manhood
Kings of Leon Aha Shake Heartbreak
Kreator Renewal
Lamb of God Resolution
Lead Hands Lead Hands
Led Zeppelin Coda
Led Zeppelin In Through the Out Door
Linkin Park Meteora
Live The Distance To Here
Love Axe Phenomenomenons
Mahavishnu Orchestra Apocalypse
Manowar Fighting the World
Marillion Holidays in Eden
Maroon 5 It Won't Be Soon Before Long
Mastodon Live at Brixton
Mastodon Call of the Mastodon
Mastodon Live at the Aragon
Matthew Good Lights of Endangered Species
Maximo Park A Certain Trigger
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Megadeth Capitol Punishment
Melvins Houdini
Mercyful Fate Into the Unknown
Mercyful Fate 9
Meshuggah Contradictions Collapse
Metal Church Masterpeace
Metal Church The Weight of the World
Metal Church A Light in the Dark
Metal Church This Present Wasteland
Metal Church Generation Nothing
Metallica Death Magnetic
Metallica Beyond Magnetic
Death Magnetic b-sides that sound exactly like Death Magnetic b-sides.
Metallica Through the Never
Metallica Quebec Magnetic
Motorhead On Parole
Motorhead March Or Die
Motorhead Sacrifice
Motorhead Snake Bite Love
Motorhead Hammered
Mouth of the Architect Dawning
Mumford and Sons Sigh No More
Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I
Nektar Man in the Moon
Nektar Time Machine
Newsted Metal
Newsted Heavy Metal Music
Oasis Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
Oasis Don't Believe the Truth
Opeth The Devil's Orchard - Live at Rock Hard Festival
Our Lady Peace Healthy In Paranoid Times
Overkill I Hear Black
Overkill The Killing Kind
Overkill Necroshine
Overkill Bloodletting
Overkill Killbox 13
Overkill Relix IV
Overkill Immortalis
Overkill Coverkill
Ozzy Osbourne Diary of a Madman
Osbourne's follow-up to his famous Blizzard of Ozz, the second and last record to be recorded with his original and arguably strongest backing formation, before guitarist's Rhandy Roads young death broke it apart, is yet another solid, although slightly less memorable moment in The Prince of Darkness' career. Diary of a Madman has, like its predecessor, its fair share of memorable tunes, especially in Over the Mountain, Flying High Again and the dark, somewhat epic closing title track. Fans of classic 80's metal will be enjoyed, but not amazed.
Pantera Power Metal
Pantera Reinventing the Steel
Patti Smith Radio Ethiopia
Pearl Jam Binaural
Peter Gabriel Car
Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going!
Phil Collins Face Value
In the Air Tonight may be nothing less than a classic, but the remainder of Collins' solo debut Face Value definitely was a letdown. While some of the songs on the first half are quite enjoyable (Behind the Lines, Droned), the album dwindles, even closing with a rather awkward cover of The Beatles' Tomorrow Never Knows. While Collins' had fantastic potential to make wonderful pop songs, he only shows it on one of them here, and that doesn't make the affair all too interesting.
Pink Floyd Ummagumma
Pink Floyd More
Pink Floyd The Best of the Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd Echoes
Porcupine Tree On the Sunday of Life
Porcupine Tree Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape
Porcupine Tree Insignificance
Porcupine Tree Metanoia
Prince Purple Rain
Queen Made in Heaven
Queen Sheer Heart Attack
Queen The Game
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Queensryche The Art of Live
Queensryche Mindcrime at the Moore
Queensryche American Soldier
R.E.M. Reveal
R.E.M. Green
R.E.M. Monster
Radiohead Amnesiac
Rage Against the Machine Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium
Rainbow On Stage
Rainbow Stranger in Us All
Razor Custom Killing
Red Until We Have Faces
Red Hot Chili Peppers Freaky Styley
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm with You
Revocation Revocation
Rhapsody of Fire Dawn of Victory
Rhapsody of Fire Power of the Dragonflame
Rhapsody of Fire Rain of a Thousand Flames
Rhapsody of Fire Symphony of Enchanted Lands II
Rhapsody of Fire The Cold Embrace of Fear
Rise To Remain Bridges Will Burn
Rishloo Feathergun
Rory Gallagher Defender
Rory Gallagher Fresh Evidence
Rotting Christ Sleep of the Angels
Rush Caress of Steel
Rush Presto
Rush Test for Echo
Rush Vapor Trails
Saint Vitus V
Samson Head On
Saxon Call to Arms
Saxon Sacrifice
Scorpions Lonesome Crow
Scorpions Savage Amusement
Scorpions Crazy World
Scott Lavender The Piano Tribute to Iron Maiden
Silversun Pickups Swoon
Slayer Stain of Mind
Slayer Serenity in Murder
Slayer World Painted Blood
Snow Patrol Final Straw
Sodom Epitome of Torture
Sonata Arctica Ecliptica
Sonata Arctica Unia
Soundgarden Ultramega OK
Soundgarden Telephantasm
Soundgarden King Animal
Soundgarden Live on I-5
Soundgarden Fopp
Stevie Nicks In Your Dreams
Storm Corrosion Storm Corrosion
Strawbs Bursting at the Seams
Styx The Grand Illusion
Symphony X Symphony X
Symphony X Dance Macabre
Talk Talk Spirit of Eden
TesseracT Altered State
Testament Demonic
Testament Return to the Apocalyptic City
The Beatles Please Please Me
The Beatles Beatles for Sale
The Beatles With the Beatles
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 1
The Black Keys The Big Come Up
The Black Keys Magic Potion
The Bravery The Bravery
The Clash Combat Rock
The Cranberries Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
The Cranberries Roses
The Damned Things Ironiclast
The Flower Kings Desolation Rose
The Fratellis Here We Stand
The Gaslight Anthem Señor and the Queen
The Gaslight Anthem Handwritten
The Gathering Always
The Hives Barely Legal
The Killers Sawdust
The Killers Day & Age
The Moody Blues Octave
The Moody Blues The Magnificent Moodies
The Rasmus Into
The Rasmus Dead Letters
The Rasmus Hide From The Sun
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No.2
The Rolling Stones Between the Buttons
The Rolling Stones It's Only Rock 'n Roll
The Smashing Pumpkins Adore
The White Stripes Elephant
The Who A Quick One
The Who Who Are You
The Zombies Begin Here
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures
All three gentlemen on this here record have been capable of better things in their respective pasts, but that doesn't mean Them Crooked Vultures are not a decent band that created a decent record. A shame it is then, that this record never gets further off the ground than just being a nice listen. Homme is definitely taking the lead here, unsurprisingly, and if he perhaps had given space to the more Grohl- or Jones-ish waves of musical creativity, the sound of Them Crooked Vultures could have truly been the sum of its parts.
Tim Buckley Greetings From L.A.
Tyr Valkyrja
U2 Rattle and Hum
U2 Zooropa
U2 No Line on the Horizon
U2 The Best Of 1980-1990
U2 The Best Of 1990-2000
Uriah Heep Into the Wild
Uriah Heep has existed over 40 years; most of their members have passed 60; aside from
founding guitarist Mick Box and longtime bass player Trevor Bolder, none remain from the
golden 70's. This is hardly the same group that created the uniqe and iconic sound found on
the likes of Demons and Wizards. They're a bunch of old geezers past their prime, and
their sound is dated. It wouldn't have been wrong if they had quit already, but it's also
obvious they're still having fun making old-fashioned rock tunes. Into the Wild is
exactly what that sounds like. No surprises, a little monotonous at times, but a good album
with good songs.
Uriah Heep Firefly
Uriah Heep Wonderworld
Uriah Heep Return to Fantasy
Van der Graaf Generator The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome
Van der Graaf Generator The Aerosol Grey Machine
Van Halen Women and Children First
Van Halen Fair Warning
Van Halen Diver Down
Van Halen For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge
Voivod Negatron
Voivod Voivod
Voivod Live at Roadburn 2011
Voivod Lives
Volbeat Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies
White Lies To Lose My Life
White Lies Ritual
Whitesnake Good To Be Bad
Within Temptation Mother Earth
Wolfmother Wolfmother
Yes The Ladder
Yes Magnification
Yes Fly from Here
Yes Yesterdays
Yes Something's Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969–1970
Yes Union Live
Yes Highlights: The Very Best of Yes
Yes In the Present – Live from Lyon

2.5 average
AC/DC Flick of the Switch
AFI The Art of Drowning
AFI Sing the Sorrow
AFI AFI
Alter Bridge One Day Remains
Alter Bridge were described as a Creed-clone by some, and One Day Remains is what made that happen. While the album is home to some quite enjoyable songs like opener Find the Real, the material is too generic to make the appeal last, and cringe-inducing works such as In Loving Memory and Down to My Last also weigh it down significantly.
Amorphis Am Universum
Amorphis Skyforger
Annihilator Feast
Anthrax Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
Anthrax The Collection
Avantasia Angel of Babylon
Black Sabbath Headless Cross
Black Sabbath The Sabbath Stones
Black Sabbath Cross Purposes Live
Bloc Party A Weekend in the City
Budgie Deliver Us from Evil
Budgie Nightflight
Counting Crows Underwater Sunshine
Crimson Glory Strange and Beautiful
Crimson Glory Astronomica
Deep Purple Abandon
Deep Purple Come Hell or High Water
Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists
DragonForce Inhuman Rampage
Dream Theater Systematic Chaos
Dream Theater Dark Side of the Moon
Dream Theater Made in Japan
dredg Orph
Edge of Sanity Cryptic
Editors The Weight of Your Love
Eloy Performance
Eloy Metromania
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Works Volume 1
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Works Volume 2
Ensiferum Unsung Heroes
Equilibrium Rekreatur
Eurythmics Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Fleetwood Mac Mirage
Fleetwood Mac Penguin
Fleetwood Mac Heroes Are Hard To Find
Gamma Ray Insanity and Genius
Gamma Ray Majestic
Gamma Ray Land of the Free II
Genesis Abacab
Genesis 3X3
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion
Heart Magazine
Iced Earth Framing Armageddon
Iced Earth Overture of the Wicked
Iced Earth Tribute to the Gods
In Flames Soundtrack to Your Escape
In Flames A Sense of Purpose
Incubus If Not Now, When?
Iron Maiden The X Factor
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying
Even the best bands make bad albums, and Iron Maiden proves it with No Prayer for the Dying. The album is too bland and unispired overall, but what makes it even worse is that its the single Maiden album that contains none of their classics.

Some of these problematic tracks are opener Tailgunner, The Assasin, Hooks in You and Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter, the latter having charted surprisingly well for such a bad song. These tracks have all got the same problem. They are frustratingly repetitive and have boring choruses, and there seems to be no creative input in any of them. There are some excellent efforts on No Prayer for the Dying though, such as its title track.
Iron Maiden A Real Live One
Iron Maiden A Real Dead One
Jeff Buckley Songs To No One 1991-1992
Jethro Tull Catfish Rising
Jethro Tull Crest of a Knave
Jethro Tull War Child
Jethro Tull The Jethro Tull Christmas Album
Judas Priest Point of Entry
Judas Priest Ram It Down
Judas Priest Nostradamus
Judas Priest Live in London
Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls
Kaiser Chiefs Yours Truly, Angry Mob
King Crimson Earthbound
King Crimson The Abbreviated King Crimson
Kreator Cause for Conflict
Kreator Outcast
Lazarus A.D. Black Rivers Flow
Live Mental Jewelry
Live V
Live Birds Of Pray
Live Songs From Black Mountain
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
Megadeth Still, Alive...And Well?
Mercyful Fate Dead Again
Metallica Load
Metallica The Unnamed Feeling
Miles Kane Colour of the Trap
Morbid Angel Heretic
Nektar Magic is a Child
Nektar The Prodigal Son
Nektar Book of Days
Nickelback The State
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Oasis Heathen Chemistry
Omnium Gatherum New World Shadows
Opeth Burden
Our Lady Peace Gravity
Overkill Then and Now
Pain of Salvation Road Salt One
Pain of Salvation Road Salt Two
Peter Sinfield Still
Pink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Pink Floyd A Collection of Great Dance Songs
Pink Floyd A Foot in the Door
Queen The Works
Queen A Kind of Magic
Queen The Miracle
Queensryche Tribe
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime II
R.E.M. Up
Radiohead The Best Of
Rainbow Difficult to Cure
Rhapsody of Fire Legendary Tales
Rhapsody of Fire Symphony of Enchanted Lands
Rhapsody of Fire Triumph or Agony
Slayer Diabolus in Musica
Slayer God Hates Us All
Snow Patrol Songs for Polarbears
Snow Patrol When It's All Over We Still Have to Clear Up
Stratovarius Elysium
Stratovarius Nemesis
Symphony X Rarities and Demos
System of a Down Toxicity
Despite Serj Tankian's unique voice and performance, as well as some very good moments in the form of Chop Suey!, Forest, Science and Toxicity, System of a Down's immensely popular album does, in the end, not have it all. Their chaotic structures tend to work at times, but the record is inevitably barred by the subpar, repetitive performance of the guitarists, who churn out overly similar riffs that tend to get boring far too soon.
The Beatles Yellow Submarine
The Cranberries Bury the Hatchet
The Doors Waiting for the Sun
The Killers Battle Born
The Police Synchronicity
The Rascals Rascalize
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request
The Rolling Stones Black and Blue
The Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue
The Script Science & Faith
The Strokes Comedown Machine
The Who Face Dances
The Who Endless Wire
Tim Buckley Sefronia
U2 October
U2 Pop
U2 U218 Singles
Uriah Heep High and Mighty
Van Halen OU812
Van Halen Balance
Voivod Kronik
Within Temptation The Heart of Everything
Wolfmother Cosmic Egg
Yes Tormato
Yes Union
Yes Talk

2.0 poor
3 Doors Down Seventeen Days
3 Doors Down 3 Doors Down
AC/DC For Those About to Rock We Salute You
AC/DC Fly on the Wall
AC/DC Black Ice
AFI Decemberunderground
Airbourne Runnin' Wild
Amorphis Privilege of Evil
Anthrax Stomp 442
Arch Enemy Khaos Legions
Between the Buried and Me Colors
You think you are wise, BTBAM, yet for all your riffage you have not actual good music. Do you think the ears of every Sputnik user are deaf? I have heard more than you know. With your great riffing you would distract me, and with your awful vocals and unstructured prog you would seek to supplant me! I know that which fares well with the majority of Sputnik. Oh yes! Word has reached my ears of this Colors, so-called 'classic', and I tell you now: 'I will not bow to this metal disgrace, last of a ragged house, long bereft of lordship!'
Black Label Society Order Of The Black
Black Sabbath Seventh Star
Black Sabbath Tyr
Bloc Party Intimacy
Camel The Single Factor
Deep Purple Who Do We Think We Are
Deep Purple The House of Blue Light
Deep Purple The Battle Rages On...
Disturbed Asylum
DragonForce Ultra Beatdown
These guys have one major problem, and just one. They are not very much original. In any way. At all. And yeah, I'm still making an understatement. Sure, DragonForce may have the two fastest guitarists in the world, that doesn't make them GOOD. Well, it did, in fact, with their first album, which was alright, and their second, which was great. Their sound could be called refreshing even, they were a 'one of a kind' band, really. The potential was there, but where DragonForce doesn't sound like anyone else, this 4th record make them sound too much like themselves. Again. And that, frankly enough, is unforgivable. If they pull of this trick again with their next, I will be forced to give them even lower than this.
DragonForce The Power Within
Dream Theater Wither
Dream Theater Master of Puppets
Dream Theater The Number Of The Beast
Eloy Ra
Eloy Destination
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Black Moon
Emerson, Lake and Palmer In the Hot Seat
Fleetwood Mac Behind The Mask
Fleetwood Mac Mr. Wonderful
Gamma Ray To the Metal
Genesis From Genesis to Revelation
Guns N' Roses "The Spaghetti Incident?"
Guns N' Roses Chinese Democracy
HammerFall Infected
Helloween Pink Bubbles Go Ape
Iced Earth The Crucible of Man
In Flames Trigger
Incubus Light Grenades
Iron Maiden Virtual XI
Jethro Tull Rock Island
Jethro Tull J-Tull Dot Com
Judas Priest Turbo
Judas Priest Jugulator
Judas Priest '98 Live Meltdown
Katy Perry Teenage Dream
Keane Perfect Symmetry
Keane Night Train
King Crimson The ConstruKction of Light
King Crimson THRaKaTTaK
Kreator Endorama
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Linkin Park Live In Texas
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Linkin Park Living Things
Meat Loaf Hang Cool Teddy Bear
Bat Out of Hell was a fantastic album. It may have been over-the-top, but that was what made it fun. Hang Cool Teddy Bear is just an overblown record that tries to be loud and epic and ends up sounding, very, very silly and ridiculous. The guest appearences change nothing to that, or instead even worsen the problem at hand. My advice is that Meat Loaf had best stop creating new music and continue acting and performing the great tunes he once made. Please, we don't want another Hang Cool Teddy Bear.
Megadeth Risk
Megadeth Super Collider
Metallica Reload
Metallica Some Kind of Monster
Metallica Six Feet Down Under
Muse The Resistance
It had to happen, right? Muse finally release a below-standard album, that can be best described as a collection of tracks that mix their earlier Orgin/Absolution sound with the newfound poppier direction on Black Holes, with weaker results than before. Add to that that Bellamy rips off both Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (United States of Eurasia) and his own New Born (Unnatural Selection), and you've already got a letdown album. The closing epic Exogenesis Symphony is promising, and indeed very pretty, but altogether not consistenly impressive. Muse's eventual downfall was inevitable.
Nickelback The Long Road
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
This album was made for All The Wrong Reasons instead.
Oasis Be Here Now
Ozzy Osbourne Scream
Ozzy's BACK on his new album Scream, on which he still excels at so many pointss, such as still not being able to sing and being a lousy songwriter. Lead single Let Me Hear You Scream was the most enjoyable song on this album. That should say enough.
Pantera Projects in the Jungle
Pantera I Am the Night
Pink Floyd Works
Queen Hot Space
Queensryche Take Cover
Queensryche Hear in the Now Frontier
Queensryche Q2K
R.E.M. Around The Sun
Rage Against the Machine Renegades
Rainbow Straight Between the Eyes
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Slayer Undisputed Attitude
Snow Patrol A Hundred Million Suns
Talk Talk The Party's Over
The Clash Sandinista!
The Doors The Soft Parade
The Gathering Almost a Dance
The Who It's Hard
Thirty Seconds to Mars This Is War
Aside from trying too hard to sound epic, 30 Seconds to Mars' newest record This is War lack the simplest of things: a sufficient amount of good material. Though Leto manages to start things up in a well enough manner with Escape and follows it up with three single-worthy tunes in Night of the Hunter, Kings and Queens and the title track, This is War goes steadily downhill soon afterwards. Hurricane is already pretty bland, but the band reaches an all-time creative low when the they hit Search and Destroy. Ballad Alibi is the last to just make the mark, until the album crashes down will all-or-nothing attempt Stranger in a Strange Land, which tries to make things even more epic than the sum of all that came before it. In the end, This is War fell down just as much as it tried to stand up.
Tim Buckley Look at the Fool
Uriah Heep Innocent Victim
Uriah Heep Fallen Angel
Yes Open Your Eyes
Yes 9012Live: The Solos

1.5 very poor
3 Doors Down Time of My Life
Were this their third release or so, 3 Doors Down's new album could be observed as an unfortunate, surely temporary creative low. Kryptonite and most of their other good songs are 10 years behind us, however, and Time of My Life is rather creatively dead. It is always a sad thing when a band makes such a blantantly obvious attempt at recycling their own songs, simply because they've got zero new ideas coming out of the way. Not to worry though, it's not like their audience will hear the difference.
A Perfect Circle eMOTIVe
AC/DC Blow Up Your Video
Airbourne No Guts. No Glory.
Airbourne are BACK!

Back with more AC/DC ripoffs and predictable songwriting, that is. Runnin' Wild was, to some extent, fun, but after hearing it, we already knew that following it up was a doomed effort from the start. No Guts. No Glory. hasn't even got a single standout, something that made its predecessor bearable, and ends up being a very, very average hard rock record. VERY average.
Black Sabbath Born Again
Deep Purple Slaves and Masters
Deep Purple Last Concert in Japan
Editors In This Light and On This Evening
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Love Beach
Fleetwood Mac Time
Genesis Calling All Stations
Helloween Chameleon
Jethro Tull Under Wraps
Judas Priest Demolition
Kaiser Chiefs Off With Their Heads
Metallica St. Anger
Morbid Angel Illud Divinum Insanus
Nickelback Curb
Pantera Metal Magic
Queen Flash Gordon
Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos
Queensryche Frequency Unknown
Rainbow Bent Out of Shape
Van Halen Van Halen III
Yes Big Generator
Yes Yes Remixes

1.0 awful
Alestorm Black Sails at Midnight
Black Sabbath Forbidden
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
The term 'awful' just got redefined.
Circle Takes the Square As the Roots Undo
And how exactly did anyone figure this is called music?
Nickelback Dark Horse
The Clash Cut the Crap
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