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5.0 classic
AC/DC Highway to Hell
The final album for Bon Scott, who tragically passed away a few months after the album's release. Tied with Back In Black for their best record, it is surely impossible to resist the rock n roll boogie of this album. Everyone likes some AC/DC, even if they don't want to admit it. Many would call this their greatest album of all time. I wouldn't be too slow in agreeing with that.
AC/DC Back in Black
Recorded and released only months after the tragic passing of vocalist Bon Scott, AC/DC unleashed the second of their two magna opera with new vocalist Brian Johnson. What resulted was something nobody thought possible- a classic album even after the death of a vital member. Sure, Brian might not be as truly awesome as Scott but his signature screech fits the bluesy rock n roll boogie to a T. Absolutely essential classic hard rock.
Aerosmith Toys in the Attic
The make it or break it album for Boston rockers Aerosmith, and as I'm sure we all know, they made it. And the album itself is no less classic because of its intense popularity containing a wide variety of meaty rocking cuts made to just rock the fuck out to, simple as.
Aerosmith Rocks
The crowning achievement by the Bad Boys of Boston, marginally surpassing the amazing Toys in the Attic and raising the bar for all cock rock (nice try, Bon Jovi)
Alice Cooper Welcome to my Nightmare
Vincent Furnier's first solo outing, albeit still under the name of his old band Alice Cooper, and also his best. Sure, albums such as Trash and more recently Along Came A Spider are rock solid and well worth listening to, nothing he has done after this has come close to it in eeriness or just plain general kickassness. A cracking storyline and nothing but awesome tracks, Welcome To My Nightmare is a purely classic record through and through.
Alice Cooper Billion Dollar Babies
Alice in Chains Dirt
Alice In Chains' second album expands on Facelift and is indeed much more experimental following their acoustic dalliance Sap. Heavier and sometimes even mellower than their debut, Dirt showcases an even bleaker side to AIC, evidently inspired by their ongoing drug addictions. Featuring the all-time classic track Would?, Dirt is also packed with other memorable tracks like Rooster, Junkhead, Dam That River, Them Bones and much more. Probably their finest effort.
Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged
Alice In Chains captured live and acoustic. The band has always shined in their live shows and their acoustic EPs Sap and Jar of Flies are just as enjoyable as their hard hitting full lengths, and this awe-inspiring record takes their live greatness and their acoustic prowess and mixes it all together to make a fine record indeed. One of the best Unplugged albums, Layne Staley's deteriorating condition (most evident on the DVD) makes this, one of their final performances together before Staley's drug-induced demise, a somewhat tragic and sombre listen.
Anthrax Among the Living
Anthrax's classic third album, in brief, rules face. Being the most underappreciated of the 'Big Four', Anthrax always had a certain quirkiness that was nowhere to be found in the archives of Metallica, Megadeth or Slayer. Among The Living is a true classic of thrash metal that will live forever in the hearts of true metalheads.
Arcade Fire Funeral
Black Flag Damaged
Black Sabbath Paranoid
The debut may have laid the foundations, but the Sabs' sophomore effort a few short months later is what really created what we know today as heavy metal. Sure, many have taken metal in more extreme directions, but nobody would ever take simple riffs and make them so powerful and montrous like Tony Iommi could. Basically every band that plays metal is ripping off Black Sabbath in some way. Geezer Butler is undoubtedly one of the most talented bassists to ever live. Bill Wards rhythm-keeping and fills are among the finest to grace the world of rock. Ozzy Osbourne may not be the greatest singer of all time but his vocals suited Paranoid to a T. Every song here has been covered multiple times and every knows at least the title track or 'Iron Man'. The album's legacy alone makes it a classic, but the fact that the music herein is so kickass and has stood the test of time even after over 40 years, its classic status is more than justified on that front as well.
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell
Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Boston Boston
Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
Candlemass Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Carcass Heartwork
Cream Disraeli Gears
Cynic Focus
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
David Bowie Hunky Dory
David Bowie Low
David Bowie Station to Station
David Bowie Heroes
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Death Symbolic
Death Human
Deftones White Pony
Dio Holy Diver
Dream Theater Images and Words
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Electric Wizard Dopethrone
Genesis Selling England by the Pound
Genesis The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Judas Priest Painkiller
Judas Priest Screaming for Vengeance
Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
King Crimson Red
Kraftwerk The Man-Machine
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Kyuss Blues for the Red Sun
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Lou Reed Transformer
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Metallica Master of Puppets
One of the greatest albums ever made, and I'm not saying that lightly. MoP is as close to perfect an album as I have ever heard, with just the right blend of melody, heaviness and raw production. My only real complaint? Bass needs to be louder, and I hope that they go back and rectify this someday. For now, the album is still classic even after almost a quarter of a century. It raised the bar for both Metallica themselves and all metal bands thereafter. To some it may seem dated but in 1986 this was one of the heaviest and unique-sounding albums, from the chilling acoustic intro of Battery, the melodic instrumental interlude of the awesome title track, the sheer heaviness of The Thing That Should Not Be and the amazing bass work on Orion. Truth be told, if you don't like this album, you're not a real metal fan, you only think you are.
Michael Jackson Bad
Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells
Minor Threat Out of Step
Misfits Earth A.D.
Misfits Walk Among Us
Misfits Static Age
My Bloody Valentine Loveless
Nightwish Oceanborn
Nightwish Dark Passion Play
Nirvana Bleach
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana Nevermind
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pearl Jam Ten
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd Animals
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pixies Doolittle
Pixies Surfer Rosa
Prince Purple Rain
Prince 1999
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime
Radiohead OK Computer
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
Rainbow Rising
Ramones Rocket to Russia
Ramones Ramones
Ramones Leave Home
Ramones Road to Ruin
Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Rory Gallagher Irish Tour '74
Rory Gallagher Photo-Finish
Rory Gallagher Top Priority
Rory Gallagher Calling Card
Rush Moving Pictures
Rush 2112
Rush A Farewell to Kings
Rush Permanent Waves
Rush Hemispheres
Sepultura Chaos A.D.
Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss
Slayer Reign in Blood
Slayer South of Heaven
Soundgarden Superunknown
Stevie Ray Vaughan Texas Flood
The Beatles Revolver
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Beatles The Beatles
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Clash London Calling
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
The Smiths The Smiths
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground White Light/White Heat
The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground
The Who Tommy
The Who Quadrophenia
The Who Who's Next
Tool Aenima
Tracy Chapman Tracy Chapman
Van Halen Van Halen
Van Halen 1984
Weezer Weezer

4.5 superb
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
AC/DC Backtracks
A pure tsunami of a wet dream for any AC/DC nut, the special edition features a fully working amp, a massive book and a 180 gram vinyl as well as all the CDs of rarities and what not. Only thing keeping this from being a classic is the price!
Accept Balls To The Wall
Accept somewhat drop their speedy aggression for a more anthemic sound but are no less fantastic for it. An all-time classic milestone for European metal as well as heavy metal in general, Balls to the Wall is one of those records that no true rocker should be without
Alice Cooper Love It To Death
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Alice in Chains Nothing Safe: Best of the Box
Alice in Chains Black Gives Way to Blue
Against all odds Alice In Chains' fourth album rivals the mighty Dirt as their finest studio effort. Sure, the loud production leaves a little to be desired but the music and lyrics are top notch, containing some of their best work and perhaps is the only AiC album on which I like every song. Layne is dead and gone, Jerry and William share vocal duties and almost perfectly recreate the classic harmonising that was so characteristic of their previous work. One of the best albums of 2009, an absolutely essential release.
Alice in Chains Music Bank
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Arcade Fire Neon Bible
Arcade Fire Her
Black Flag My War
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan The Times They Are A-Changin'
Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town
Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Candlemass Nightfall
Cream Wheels of Fire
Cynic Traced in Air
Danzig Danzig
Danzig Danzig II: Lucifuge
Danzig Danzig III: How The Gods Kill
David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World
David Bowie The Next Day
Death The Sound of Perseverance
Deftones Around the Fur
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Dio The Last in Line
Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Awake
Exodus Fabulous Disaster
Genesis Foxtrot
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)
Heaven and Hell The Devil You Know
Husker Du Zen Arcade
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Jane's Addiction Nothing's Shocking
Judas Priest Stained Class
King Crimson Discipline
King Crimson Larks' Tongues in Aspic
Kraftwerk Trans-Europe Express
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Led Zeppelin Mothership
Lynyrd Skynyrd Second Helping
Lynyrd Skynyrd Street Survivors
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
1986 is well-regarded as being an amazing year for metal. In that year alone, the world was given new bona fide classics from metal giants such as Slayer (Reign In Blood), Iron Maiden (Somewhere In Time), Kreator (Pleasure To Kill), Candlemass (Epicus Doomicus Metallicus) and Metallica (Master of Puppets). MegaDave also stepped up to the plate with a thrash opus in the form of Peace Sells. Long considered a classic of thrash metal, with fans including Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, Dave and co. churn out amazing riffs on their sophomore release in a much more cohesive and professional fashion than on their debut a year earlier. There isn't a single song on here that is below average in quality, with each member demonstrating immense talent and precision with their instruments. However, Mustaine was never regarded as the greatest singer in the world, and while more tolerable than on the KIMB, the vox may still take some getting used to. A definite must for all fans of metal. Also, try and get your hands on the non-2004 remaster, as the new reissue is overly-compressed and clips to hell.
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Ride the Lightning
A thrash opus by all accounts, superstars-to-be Metallica were on a roll. Following on from their impressive debut, thrashers Metallica added a lot more melodic and progrssive elements that would be perfected on their monster third album. That is not to say that this album pales in comparison, with some awesome tracks such as opener Fight Fire With Fire, the brilliant ballad Fade To Black and the crushing Creeping Death. However, the album has two very obvious flaws- Trapped Under Ice and Escape. These two filler tracks bring the album well below the Master of Puppets standards. Still, a very powerful and important album, it comes recommended for any and all metal fans.
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Live Shit: Binge & Purge
Michael Jackson Thriller
Mike Oldfield Ommadawn
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Nightwish Wishmaster
Nirvana Live at Reading
Pantera Cowboys from Hell
Pantera Far Beyond Driven
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pearl Jam rearviewmirror
Pearl Jam Live at the Gorge 05/06
Pearl Jam Ten (2009 Remix & Remaster)
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Twenty Soundtrack
Prince Sign o' the Times
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
Queensryche Rage for Order
Queensryche Queensryche EP
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead In Rainbows
Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Rainbow Long Live Rock & Roll
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Red Hot Chili Peppers Mother's Milk
Rory Gallagher Tattoo
Rory Gallagher Blueprint
Rory Gallagher Live In Europe
Rush Signals
Rush Clockwork Angels
Scorpions Lovedrive
Scorpions In Trance
Sepultura Arise
Sepultura Beneath the Remains
Slayer Hell Awaits
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Soundgarden Telephantasm
Stevie Ray Vaughan Couldn't Stand the Weather
Stevie Ray Vaughan In Step
Stone Temple Pilots Core
Testament The New Order
Testament The Legacy
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles Help!
The Clash The Clash
The Clash The Singles
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The National Boxer
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
The White Stripes Elephant
The Who Live at Leeds
Tool Undertow
Weezer Pinkerton

4.0 excellent
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC '74 Jailbreak
AC/DC Powerage
AC/DC High Voltage (International)
AC/DC If You Want Blood You've Got It
AC/DC Live From The Atlantic Studios
AC/DC Live At River Plate
Accept Restless And Wild
Aerosmith Get Your Wings
Alice Cooper Killer
Alice Cooper School's Out
Alice Cooper Alice Cooper Goes to Hell
Alice Cooper Trash
Alice Cooper Hey Stoopid
Alice Cooper From the Inside
Alice Cooper Brutal Planet
Alice Cooper The Last Temptation
There's no doubt about it- 40 years on and the man still knows how to rock the pants off anyone and anything on this planet. A fully revitalised Vincent Furnier ditches the trendiness of 80's pop metal and mixes in some garage and modern hard rock to give an underrated but no less classic album from the 90s. Is it as good as Welcome To My Nightmare? No, but then again, not much else is either. An infectiously consistent record, the most so in a while, Last Temptation is an essential Alice Cooper record that you will spin again and again.
Alice Cooper Theatre Of Death: Live At Hammersmith 2009
Alice in Chains Facelift
Alice in Chains The Essential Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains We Die Young
Alice in Chains The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Anthrax Persistence of Time
Anthrax Worship Music
Arcade Fire The Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire The Suburbs
Arcade Fire Reflektor
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Black Flag Slip It In
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Black Sabbath Sabotage
Black Sabbath Mob Rules
Black Sabbath Live Evil
Black Sabbath Dehumanizer
Black Sabbath Reunion
Bob Dylan Nashville Skyline
Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding
Boston Don't Look Back
Boston Greatest Hits
Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.
Bruce Springsteen The Rising
Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen Nebraska
Bruce Springsteen The River
Bruce Springsteen Live In Dublin: With The Sessions Band
Bruce Springsteen Magic
Bruce Springsteen The Promise
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball
Candlemass Tales Of Creation
Candlemass Ancient Dreams
Candlemass King of the Grey Islands
Candlemass Death Magic Doom
Cannibal Corpse Torture
Carcass Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious
Carcass Swansong
Cream Fresh Cream
Cynic Carbon-Based Anatomy
Cynic Kindly Bent to Free Us
Danzig Danzig 4p
Danzig Deth Red Sabaoth
David Bowie Space Oddity
David Bowie Heathen
Death Angel Act III
Death Angel The Ultra-Violence
Death Angel Relentless Retribution
Deftones Deftones
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Dio Holy Diver - Live
Dio Dream Evil
Dio Magica
Dio At Donington UK: Live 1983 & 1987
Dream Theater Train of Thought
Dream Theater Octavarium
Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings
Exodus Bonded by Blood
Exodus Tempo of the Damned
Exodus Pleasures of the Flesh
Exodus Exhibit B: The Human Condition
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Seventeen years together and six albums, one live effort and a best of compilation, each of which selling in the millions, is quite a string of feats for a group of rock and roll kids. Not much has changed across the years in the Foo's discography, and Wasting Light, save for the lack of acoustic tracks that permeated most of their later efforts, hardly deviates from their tried and tested Foo Formula. And that is precisely the reason why this album rules. Repetitive radio rock this is not, but rather, a raw, raunchy rifftastic rocking monster of a record. Bands like Nickelback should take note- THIS is how you rock the mainstream. In what is sure to be a much-lauded return to roots, Wasting Light is also going to be looked back upon fondly as one of the standout releases of 2011, particularly in the world of rock. Is it groundbreaking or very innovative? No. Would you ever listen to a Foo Fighters record seeking that? Hell no. Just fecking turn it up loud, because the Foos are back Fighting harder than ever.
fun. Aim and Ignite
fun. Some Nights
Genesis Nursery Cryme
Genesis A Trick of the Tail
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...
Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies
Guns N' Roses Greatest Hits
Heaven and Hell Live From Radio City Music Hall
Heaven and Hell Neon Nights: 30 Years of Heaven and Hell - Live at Wacken
Helloween The Dark Ride
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy
Helloween 7 Sinners
Hole Live Through This
Hugh Laurie Let Them Talk
Husker Du New Day Rising
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
Iron Maiden Killers
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
Jack White Blunderbuss
Jane's Addiction Ritual De Lo Habitual
Jane's Addiction The Great Escape Artist
Jerry Cantrell Degradation Trip Volumes 1 & 2
Judas Priest British Steel
Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith
Judas Priest Sin After Sin
Judas Priest Killing Machine
King Crimson Lizard
King Crimson In the Wake of Poseidon
King Crimson Starless and Bible Black
Kings of Leon Youth and Young Manhood
Kraftwerk Computer World
Kraftwerk Autobahn
Kraftwerk Radio-Activity
Kyuss ...And the Circus Leaves Town
Lamb of God Ashes of the Wake
Lamb of God As the Palaces Burn
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Presence
Led Zeppelin In Through the Out Door
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same
Led Zeppelin BBC Sessions
Little Green Cars Absolute Zero
Lou Reed Berlin
Lou Reed Lou Reed
Lynyrd Skynyrd Gimme Back My Bullets
Lynyrd Skynyrd Nuthin' Fancy
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
Megadeth Youthanasia
Megadeth United Abominations
Megadeth Endgame
So here's the deal- after their 90's dabbling in radio rock, Megadeth felt an itch to start thrashing again like during the good ol days. Except they scratched slowly, easing back into a genre that's long since been out of the mainstream eye. The albums that succeeded the abysmal Risk of 1999 have brought Megadeth slowly back into their position as Thrash Lords. 2007's United Abominations had the most promise and sounded more like Megadeth than anything else since Countdown to Extinction. Now is the time for Dave and co. to reach and reclaim their place amongst the metal Gods.
Juggernauts and once bitter rivals to Megadeth, Metallica, made their thrashing comeback last year, and with the other two members of the former 'Big Four', Slayer and Anthrax, to release new albums later this year or early next year, we could be seeing a resurgence of the golden days of 80's Thrash.
Is it the Rust In Peace Part II that deluded 'fans' claim is coming? No. The only things better about this album than their 80's efforts is production and Dave's vocals, which have been steadily improving as of late (better late than never, what?). With a little filler the album is far from perfect but is still a modern metal masterpiece and a top contender for 2009's Metal Album of the Year. 4/5
Megadeth Rust in Peace Live
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction Live
Metallica Metallica
Metallica S&M
Metallica Death Magnetic
Metallica Francais Pour Une Nuit
Metallica The Videos: 1989 - 2004
Metallica Orgullo, Pasion, Y Gloria
Metallica Through the Never
Michael Jackson Off the Wall
Mike Oldfield Hergest Ridge
Misfits American Psycho
Mother Love Bone Apple
Mother Love Bone Mother Love Bone
Muse Absolution
My Bloody Valentine Isn't Anything
My Bloody Valentine m b v
Nightwish Once
Nightwish Century Child
Nightwish Angels Fall First
Nightwish Over The Hills And Far Away
Nightwish End Of An Era
Nightwish Imaginaerum
Nirvana Nirvana
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pearl Jam Lost Dogs
Pearl Jam Live On Two Legs
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Pearl Jam come roaring back with a more simplified approach, bringing with them a much more focused album that many fans have probably been craving for. Its a far cry from the likes of Ten and doesn't quite live up to their debut but id a worthy get anyways. 4/5
Pearl Jam Live On Ten Legs
Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt
Pixies Trompe Le Monde
Pixies Bossanova
Pixies Come On Pilgrim
Possessed Seven Churches
Prince Dirty Mind
Prince Around the World in a Day
Prince Parade
Prince O(+>
Prince The Black Album
Prince Controversy
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Queensryche The Warning
Queensryche Empire
Queensryche Promised Land
Queensryche Queensryche
Radiohead Kid A
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire
Rainbow Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Rainbow On Stage
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Rory Gallagher Fresh Evidence
Rory Gallagher Deuce
Rory Gallagher Rory Gallagher
Rory Gallagher Against The Grain
Rory Gallagher Jinx
Rory Gallagher Defender
Rory Gallagher Wheels Within Wheels
Rory Gallagher Notes From San Francisco
Rush Vapor Trails
Rush Caress of Steel
Rush Fly by Night
Rush Counterparts
Rush Grace Under Pressure
Rush Power Windows
Rush Snakes & Arrows
Rush Vapor Trails Remixed
Samhain Initium
Samhain November-Coming-Fire
Scorpions Animal Magnetism
Scorpions Taken by Force
Scorpions Virgin Killer
Scorpions Fly To The Rainbow
Sigur Ros Agaetis byrjun
Sigur Ros ( )
Sigur Ros Takk...
Slash's Snakepit It's Five O'Clock Somewhere
Slayer Show No Mercy
Slayer Decade of Aggression
Slayer World Painted Blood
Slipknot (sic)nesses [DVD]
Soundgarden Down on the Upside
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Soundgarden A-Sides
Soundgarden Alive in the Superunknown
Soundgarden King Animal
Soundtrack Inside Llewyn Davis
Stevie Ray Vaughan Soul to Soul
Stone Temple Pilots Purple
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
The Answer Rise
The Beatles Let It Be… Naked
The Beatles Let It Be
The Beatles 1
The Beatles 1962 - 1966
The Beatles 1967 – 1970
The Beatles Beatles for Sale
The Beatles Live At The BBC
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 2
The Beatles Past Masters, Vol. 1
The Beatles On Air: Live at the BBC Volume 2
The Clash Combat Rock
The Clash Give 'Em Enough Rope
The Clash Sandinista!
The Dead Weather Horehound
The Dead Weather Sea of Cowards
The Killers Hot Fuss
The National Alligator
The National High Violet
The National Trouble Will Find Me
The Raconteurs Consolers of the Lonely
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The Smashing Pumpkins Gish
The Smashing Pumpkins Oceania
The Smiths Strangeways, Here We Come
The Strokes Is This It
The White Stripes White Blood Cells
The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan
The White Stripes De Stijl
The White Stripes Icky Thump
The Who The Who Sell Out
The Who The Who by Numbers
The Who My Generation
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures
Tool Lateralus
Tool 10,000 Days
Van Halen Van Halen II
Van Halen Fair Warning
Van Halen Diver Down
Van Halen Women and Children First
Van Halen A Different Kind of Truth
Velvet Revolver Contraband
Velvet Revolver Libertad
Within Temptation The Silent Force
Within Temptation Enter
Within Temptation Hydra

3.5 great
AC/DC The Razor's Edge
AC/DC Flick of the Switch
AC/DC For Those About to Rock We Salute You
AC/DC Who Made Who
AC/DC Black Ice
AC/DC Volts
Accept Metal Heart
Accept Breaker
Accept Objection Overruled
Accept Death Row
Accept Predator
Accept Blood Of The Nations
Accept Stalingrad
Aerosmith Honkin' on Bobo
Aerosmith Just Push Play
Aerosmith Get a Grip
Aerosmith Pump
Aerosmith Night in the Ruts
Aerosmith Aerosmith
Aerosmith Draw the Line
Aerosmith Permanent Vacation
Aerosmith Nine Lives
Alice Cooper Dirty Diamonds
Alice Cooper Dragontown
Alice Cooper Lace and Whiskey
Alice Cooper Constrictor
Alice Cooper Raise Your Fist and Yell
Alice Cooper Along Came a Spider
Alice Cooper Flush The Fashion
Alice Cooper Muscle Of Love
Alice Cooper The Eyes Of Alice Cooper
Alice in Chains Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains Sap
Alice in Chains Greatest Hits
Alice in Chains Live
Alter Bridge One Day Remains
Alter Bridge Blackbird
Alter Bridge AB III
Anthrax State of Euphoria
Anthrax Sound of White Noise
Anthrax We've Come for You All
Anthrax Attack of the Killer B's
Anthrax The Greater of Two Evils
At the Drive-In Acrobatic Tenement
At the Drive-In In/Casino/Out
Audioslave Audioslave
Audioslave Out of Exile
Audioslave Revelations
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare
Black Flag In My Head
Black Sabbath Born Again
Black Sabbath The Eternal Idol
Black Sabbath Past Lives
Black Stone Cherry Black Stone Cherry
Black Stone Cherry Folklore and Superstition
Black Stone Cherry Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Bob Dylan Another Side of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
Botch We Are the Romans
Bruce Springsteen Tunnel Of Love
Bruce Springsteen We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions
Bruce Springsteen The Ghost of Tom Joad
Bruce Springsteen Devils & Dust
Bruce Springsteen Working On A Dream
Bruce Springsteen High Hopes
Candlemass Candlemass
Carcass Wake Up and Smell the Carcass
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Coldplay Parachutes
Converge Jane Doe
Corrosion of Conformity Corrosion of Conformity
Cream Goodbye
Cynic Re-Traced
Danzig 6:66 Satans Child
David Bowie Diamond Dogs
David Bowie Let's Dance
David Bowie Reality
Death Scream Bloody Gore
Death Spiritual Healing
Death Leprosy
Death Angel Frolic Through the Park
Death Angel The Art of Dying
Deftones Adrenaline
Dio Master of the Moon
Dio Killing The Dragon
Dio Sacred Heart
Dio Intermission
Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists
Disturbed Indestructible
Disturbed Asylum
Disturbed The Lost Children
Dream Theater Falling into Infinity
Dream Theater When Dream and Day Unite
Dream Theater Systematic Chaos
Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events
Dream Theater Dream Theater
Evanescence Fallen
Evanescence The Open Door
Evanescence Evanescence
Exodus Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Exodus The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A
Genesis Trespass
Genesis Wind & Wuthering
Genesis Duke
Genesis Invisible Touch
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I
Guns N' Roses Live Era '87-'93
Guns N' Roses Chinese Democracy
Helloween Walls of Jericho
Helloween Better Than Raw
Helloween The Time of the Oath
Helloween Master of the Rings
Helloween Metal Jukebox
Helloween Gambling With The Devil
Helloween Helloween
Helloween Unarmed
Hole Celebrity Skin
Hole Pretty On The Inside
Husker Du Flip Your Wig
Husker Du Candy Apple Grey
Husker Du Warehouse: Songs and Stories
Husker Du Everything Falls Apart
Interpol Antics
Interpol Our Love to Admire
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying
Jane's Addiction Jane's Addiction
Jerry Cantrell Boggy Depot
Judas Priest Angel of Retribution
Judas Priest Ram It Down
Judas Priest Point of Entry
Judas Priest Nostradamus
King Crimson Islands
Kings of Leon Aha Shake Heartbreak
Kings of Leon Because Of The Times
Korn Korn
Korn Issues
Korn Follow the Leader
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are
Kraftwerk Electric Cafe
Kraftwerk Tour De France Soundtracks
Kyuss Wretch
Lamb of God Sacrament
Lamb of God Wrath
Lamb of God Resolution
Led Zeppelin Coda
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Linkin Park Road To Revolution
Lynyrd Skynyrd God & Guns
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...
The first step in Dave Mustaine's quest to become bigger and better than his old band Metallica. 'Killing Is My Business...' heralded the birth of another metal juggernaut. The entire album is a flurry of technical riffage and drug references. Some would go so far as to say this is better than Metallica's debut, 'Kill Em All'. Hrm, not by my reckoning, though I will admit that this is an essential listen for all metal fans. No real fillers except for the laughably terrible cover of These Boots. However, there are some great flaws. The production is just wickedly bad. Sure, production comes second where pure balls-to-the-wall thrash is concerned, just look at the early Venom releases, but the intense amount of reverb alone makes this record come off as quite amateurish. Now the remaster clears this up a great deal in fairness. Also there's Mustaine's vocals. Usually it's love em or hate em when it come to Dave's singing but on this record it's just really bad. But again in fairness who listens to metal for the singing when the vast majority of vocalists are tone deaf anyway. In all, KIMB is a great album but not exactly a thrash classic. But for those who love thrash, Megadeth or just plain balls-to-the-wall rock and roll, this is a worthwhile listen indeed.
Megadeth The System Has Failed
Megadeth Cryptic Writings
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Somewhat unfortunately, for this album at least, MegaDave and Co. were letting their indulgences affect the quality of their music. While SFSGSW is by no means a bad album, and in fact still a great slab of metal, the hunger and rage of PSBWB just doesn't come across as well here. While it opens with an amazing instrumental, and indeed includes one of MegaDave's greatest songs ever (In My Darkest Hour), it feels a bit more dull than what came before, and certainly what was to come after...
Megadeth Hidden Treasures
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Megadeth Super Collider
Metallica Garage Inc.
Metallica Cunning Stunts
Metallica Six Feet Down Under
Metallica Live At Grimey's
Metallica Six Feet Down Under Part II
Metallica Beyond Magnetic
Michael Jackson Dangerous
Michael Jackson HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I
Misfits Famous Monsters
Misfits The Devil's Rain
Mother Love Bone Shine
Muse Showbiz
Muse Black Holes and Revelations
Newsted Metal
Newsted Heavy Metal Music
Nirvana Incesticide
Nirvana From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
Nirvana Sliver: The Best of the Box
One Day As A Lion One Day As A Lion
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
Paramore Riot!
Pearl Jam Binaural
Pearl Jam Yield
Pearl Jam No Code
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pixies Pixies (EP)
Possessed Beyond the Gates
Prince 3121
Prince Batman
Prince The Gold Experience
Prince Lovesexy
Prince Diamonds & Pearls
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime II
Queensryche American Soldier
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Rage Against the Machine Renegades
Ramones Too Tough to Die
Ramones End of the Century
Red Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!?
Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute
Red Hot Chili Peppers Freaky Styley
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
Red Hot Chili Peppers Out in L.A.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm with You
Rush Rush
Rush Hold Your Fire
Rush Roll the Bones
Rush Presto
Rush Test for Echo
Samhain Final Descent
Sepultura Roots
Sepultura Schizophrenia
Serj Tankian Elect the Dead
Serj Tankian Imperfect Harmonies
Sigur Ros Med sud i eyrum vio spilum endalaust
Slash Slash
Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand
Slayer Haunting the Chapel
Slayer Divine Intervention
Slayer Live Undead
Slayer Christ Illusion
Slipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Slipknot Slipknot (10th Anniversary Edition)
Slipknot Iowa (10th Anniversary Edition)
Soundgarden Ultramega OK
Soundgarden Live on I-5
Stone Sour Stone Sour
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May
Stone Temple Pilots No. 4
Stone Temple Pilots Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican...
Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots
Testament Souls of Black
Testament The Ritual
Testament Low
The Answer Everyday Demons
The Answer Revival
The Beatles Please Please Me
The Beatles With the Beatles
The Beatles Yellow Submarine
The National Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers
The Raconteurs Broken Boy Soldiers
The Smashing Pumpkins Adore
The Strokes Room on Fire
The White Stripes The White Stripes
The Who Who Are You
The Who A Quick One
Thin Lizzy Thin Lizzy
Thirty Seconds to Mars 30 Seconds to Mars
30STM's debut sees them take the listener on a bizarre, pretentious and unfocused journey through the pseudo-philosophical ramblings of their actor-cum-have-a-go- frontman. Spacey alternative metal is the name of the game here, with several references to popular sci-fi and Sun Tzu's 'The Art of War' scattered throughout. The heavy alternative vibe is what carries these shaky ideas more than the band's average skills as musicians and Jared Leto's forced vocal range, but it remains an interesting listen but hardly one that warrants a lot of time when so many bands do it better. That is to say that the band certainly like to wear their influences on their sleeves more so than taking the tried and tested ideas of alternative and heavy rock and making them their own. Somebody certainly should have told Jared Leto that chucking Metallica, Tool and Radiohead in a melting pot together doesn't produce as refined a work as he would like to believe.
Tool Opiate
Trivium Shogun
Van Halen 5150
Weezer Maladroit
Weezer The Green Album
Weezer Hurley
Needs more listens but seeing as Hurley was my favourite character I'll most certainly give this some more time
Weezer Death to False Metal
Within Temptation Mother Earth
Within Temptation The Heart of Everything
Within Temptation The Unforgiving

3.0 good
AC/DC Ballbreaker
AC/DC Stiff Upper Lip
AC/DC Blow Up Your Video
AC/DC Fly on the Wall
Accept Russian Roulette
Aerosmith Rock in a Hard Place
Aerosmith Done With Mirrors
Alice Cooper Easy Action
Alice Cooper DaDa
Alice Cooper Special Forces
Alice Cooper Welcome 2 My Nightmare
Anthrax Fistful of Metal
Anthrax Stomp 442
Anthrax Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen
Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold
Avenged Sevenfold Diamonds in the Rough
Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King
Black Flag Loose Nut
Black Flag Family Man
Black Sabbath Technical Ecstasy
Black Sabbath Live at Last
Black Sabbath Seventh Star
Black Sabbath Headless Cross
Boston Third Stage
Boston Walk On
Botch American Nervoso
Bruce Springsteen Lucky Town
Bruce Springsteen Human Touch
Burn the Priest Burn the Priest
Candlemass From the 13th Sun
Candlemass Chapter VI
Candlemass Dactylis Glomerata
Coldplay X & Y
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Coldplay Prospekt's March
Converge You Fail Me
Converge When Forever Comes Crashing
Converge Axe to Fall
Hardcore punkers Converge release yet another album of brutal incomprehensible noise that either appeals to you or does not. Why anyone thinks this band is actually metal is beyond me, metalcore maybe but not metal. But here we go again with Jacob's emotionally charged screams that do not seem to be saying anything but reading the lyrics shows that each of his AAARGHS and WUUURRRGHS vaguely resembles the word on paper. Not to mention the insane punk riffing and brutal rhythms. This isn't my bag but for what its worth Axe To Fall is a good enough record that will appeal to Converge fans but those who want more coherent rocking need to look elsewhere.
Damageplan New Found Power
Danzig Blackacidevil
Danzig 7:77 - I Luciferi
Danzig Circle of Snakes
David Bowie David Bowie
Death Angel Killing Season
Dio Lock up the Wolves
Dio Strange Highways
Dio Angry Machines
Disturbed The Sickness
Disturbed Believe
Ed Sheeran +
Ed Sheeran x
Exodus Impact Is Imminent
Exodus Force of Habit
Fall Out Boy Take This to Your Grave
Fall Out Boy Believers Never Die: Greatest Hits
Genesis ...And Then There Were Three...
Genesis Abacab
Genesis Genesis
Guns N' Roses "The Spaghetti Incident?"
Helloween Pink Bubbles Go Ape
Helloween Rabbit Don't Come Easy
Hole Nobody's Daughter
Interpol Interpol
Iron Maiden The X Factor
Iron Maiden Virtual XI
Jane's Addiction Strays
Judas Priest Jugulator
Judas Priest Turbo
Judas Priest Rocka Rolla
Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown
Korn Take a Look in the Mirror
Korn Life Is Peachy
Korn Untouchables
Korn See You on the Other Side
Korn The Path of Totality
Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Kraftwerk Kraftwerk 2
Kraftwerk Ralf und Florian
Lamb of God New American Gospel
Lil Wayne Tha Carter II
Lil Wayne Tha Carter
Linkin Park Meteora
Linkin Park Live In Texas
Linkin Park Living Things
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu
Changed my mind. This album has somewhat clicked with me. I gave it a score above 3. Deal with it, Sputnik
Lynyrd Skynyrd Last Of A Dyin' Breed
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
Metallica St. Anger
Metallica Reload
Metallica Some Kind of Monster
Metallica Load
Metallica The Unnamed Feeling
Michael Jackson Blood On The Dancefloor: HIStory In The Mix
Michael Jackson Got to Be There
Michael Jackson Ben
Michael Jackson Music & Me
Michael Jackson Forever Michael
Muse The Resistance
Easily the worst Muse album to date. I can't see this growing on me any more than it has, and I'd even go so far as to say that a 3 is being VERY generous. Yes it has the Exogenesis suite and though pretentious it gets the job done and is certainly worth great praise, but on pretty much everything else they have gone from interesting to bland as hell.
Nightwish Made In Hong Kong
Pantera Reinventing the Steel
In summation, what we have here is a very angry album indeed
Paramore All We Know Is Falling
Paramore Brand New Eyes
Pearl Jam Riot Act
Pixies Indie Cindy
Prince Prince
Prince Graffiti Bridge
Prince Come
Prince Chaos and Disorder
Prince Musicology
Prince Planet Earth
Prince 20Ten
Radiohead TKOL RMX 1234567
Rainbow Down To Earth
Ramones Adios Amigos!
Ramones Pleasant Dreams
Ramones Mondo Bizarro
Ramones Subterranean Jungle
Ramones Animal Boy
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Scorpions Lonesome Crow
Sepultura Morbid Visions
Sepultura Dante XXI
Sepultura Kairos
Sigur Ros Von
Slash Apocalyptic Love
Slayer God Hates Us All
Slayer Diabolus in Musica
Slipknot Slipknot
Slipknot Iowa
Slipknot 9.0: Live
Soundgarden Screaming Life/Fopp
Stone Sour Audio Secrecy
Stone Temple Pilots Shangri-La-Dee-Da
Testament Demonic
The Killers Sam's Town
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The National The National
The Smashing Pumpkins Machina - The Machines of God
The Smashing Pumpkins Machina II - Friends and Enemies of Modern Music
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth
The Strokes Angles
The Who Face Dances
The Who It's Hard
The Who Endless Wire
Trivium Ascendancy
Trivium The Crusade
Trivium In Waves
Trivium Vengeance Falls
Van Halen For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge
Van Halen OU812
Weezer Make Believe
Weezer The Red Album

2.5 average
Accept I'm A Rebel
Accept Accept
Alice Cooper Pretties For You
Alice Cooper Zipper Catches Skin
Atreyu The Curse
Black Sabbath Never Say Die!
Black Sabbath Tyr
Black Sabbath Cross Purposes
Boston Corporate America
Boston Life, Love & Hope
Brandon Flowers Flamingo
Bullet for My Valentine Fever
Carcass Symphonies of Sickness
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto
Converge Petitioning the Empty Sky
Converge No Heroes
Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
Fall Out Boy Folie a Deux
Fall Out Boy ****: Live In Phoenix
Genesis From Genesis to Revelation
Helloween Chameleon
Judas Priest Demolition
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Korn Untitled
Lil Wayne Tha Carter III
Linkin Park Reanimation
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Megadeth Risk
Michael Jackson Invincible
My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets...
Panic! At the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
Panic! At the Disco Vices & Virtues
Prince For You
Prince Emancipation
Prince Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic
Queensryche Hear in the Now Frontier
Queensryche Tribe
Rainbow Stranger in Us All
Rainbow Bent Out of Shape
Rainbow Straight Between the Eyes
Rainbow Difficult to Cure
Ramones Brain Drain
Ramones Halfway to Sanity
Ramones Acid Eaters
Sepultura Roorback
Sepultura Against
The Killers Day & Age
The Mars Volta Amputechture
Thirty Seconds to Mars This Is War
30STM shake off their godawful emo tendencies and take a step forward at last, not that that would have been too difficult a task but rather than establishing themselves as a credible musical act worthy of being taken seriously, they jump on another bandwagon, this time that of sterile, wannabe- U2, radio-ready arena rock. Somewhat paradoxically, however, it works very well for them. The music is more layered, ideas more interesting, songs hook-laden and initially epic in scope to the casual music listener. Upon closer examination, however, glaring flaws are revealed. Leto is trying so hard to channel Bono that his vocals sound even more forced and unnatural. Too many songs rely on the assembled choir of (allegedly, over 2000) fans and if one mentally removes them, average intrumentation is all that lies beneath. The songwriting itself is all too derivative, much like the debut, only this time the lads want to be U2, newer Kings of Leon and Rush all at once, again betraying a supreme lack of focus on the band's part. Rather than establishing a separate identity for themselves, they hover dangerously above the homogenous hordes of radio rock artists who are best suited for background music at IKEA only rather than for intensive individual listening. Though not a bad album by any means, once the hype dies down, This Is War is left in the dust as yet another trendy, of-the-moment record which will not stand the test of time, just like their other two albums, which is a shame given their potential.
Van Halen Van Halen III
Van Halen Balance

2.0 poor
Accept Eat the Heat
Atreyu Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses
Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh Trumpet
Black Sabbath Forbidden
Bullet for My Valentine The Poison
Bullet for My Valentine Scream, Aim, Fire
Bullet for My Valentine Temper Temper
Carcass Reek of Putrefaction
Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend
Fall Out Boy Infinity on High
Genesis We Can't Dance
Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Michael Jackson Michael
My Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
Panic! At the Disco Pretty. Odd.
Queensryche Q2K
Sepultura Nation
Sepultura A-Lex
The Clash Cut the Crap
The Killers Battle Born
The Mars Volta The Bedlam in Goliath
The Mars Volta Octahedron
The sheer epitome of pretentious drivel
Only Cotopaxi saves this from being a complete 1
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz moving on
The Smashing Pumpkins Zeitgeist
Trivium Ember to Inferno
Weezer Raditude

1.5 very poor
Genesis Calling All Stations
Lil Wayne I Am Not a Human Being
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade
Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos
Queensryche Frequency Unknown
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
Rather than taking a step forward from their shaky but moderately interesting debut, the Leto brothers and guests take a massive step back abd hop onto the zeitgeist bandwagon, committing a cardinal sin in the process- selling out to scene/ pseudo emo rock. Though opening in a somewhat promising fashion, A Beautiful Lie descends into a vomit-inducing frenzy that strips the band of any artistic crediblility they may have once held. There isn't really much more that can be said about this one. Sure, it made them mega-popular and lots and lots of money, but shit with icing and sprinkles on it is still shit.

1.0 awful
Aiden Nightmare Anatomy
Aiden Our Gangs Dark Oath
Aiden Conviction
Aiden Knives
Aiden Disguises
Aiden Some Kind of Hate
Atreyu Visions
Atreyu A Death-Grip on Yesterday
Atreyu The Best of Atreyu
Atreyu Lead Sails Paper Anchor
Atreyu The Congregation of the Damned
Blood on the Dance Floor All the Rage
Blood on the Dance Floor Evolution
Blood on the Dance Floor Bad Blood
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
brokeNCYDE Will Never Die
Lil Wayne Rebirth
My Chemical Romance Danger Days
One Direction Up All Night
One Direction Take Me Home
Paramore Paramore
Rizzle Kicks Stereo Typical
William Control Hate Culture
William Control Noir

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