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5.0 classic
Alice In Chains Dirt
Fuck it I'm gonna 5 this. The soundtrack to self-hatred and life-ruining drug addiction, it hits you in the testicles with a great emotional punch. Some of AiC's best songs are on here including 'Them Bones', 'Rain When I Die', 'Rooster' a personal favourite of mine 'Angry Chair', 'Down in a Hole' and the brilliant 'Would?' that caps off this amazing album. Considered one of the best grunge albums for a reason.
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Among the greatest metal albums of all time. Plenty have tried to imitate it, none have come close. The original metal album. 'War Pigs', 'Iron Man', 'Paranoid', 'Electric Funeral' and 'Fairies Wear Boots' all rank among my favourite Sabbath songs. Though slightly overplayed the impact and excellence of this album is undeniable.
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Not quite Dylan's best but in the top 3. Certainly has one of the best opener/closer combinations ever, with 'Desolation Row' possibly being the genius' best song. The rest of the album isn't half bad either.
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Honest. Emotional. Beautiful. Timeless. Dylan at his very very best.
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
One of the most beautiful, perfect albums ever made. Born out of despair and loss and crafted by isolation and personal torture, instantly dark and relatable and yet never loses its mystique and beauty. A masterpiece
Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
If you don't like this album then you don't like music. Simple. Springsteen speaks for the lonely and the unloved in ways that have never been equalled or surpassed by anyone. He truly believes in the characters created in his songs, 'Thunder Road' is a landmark in song-writing with some of the best lyrics ever written that narrate the life of a normal guy looking for his break in life. The amazing title track tells us we were all 'Born to Run' and the closing track 'Jungleland' is epic. Springsteen uses something we all have, hope and dreams, to create what is certainly one of the greatest albums of all time. I cannot praise this album highly enough. A masterpiece by a true genius.
Dio Holy Diver
Fuck it, this is a classic. Every track is fun and amazing and this narrowly beats Heaven & Hell as the little man's best album . RIP Ronnie James Dio. The Man on the Silver Mountain. m/
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Quite possibly one of the most perfect and heart-wrenching albums of all time. Due to the band's relationships falling apart their are a lot of bitter and heartbroken moments on this album, including Stevie's brilliant 'Dreams' and Lindsey's 'Go Your Own Way'.
Frank Turner Love, Ire & Song
Personal, joyful and instantly likeable and relatable. This album is Frank at his sarcastic, cynical, enjoyable and brilliant best.
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction
They came snarling from the gutter through the sea of sex, drugs and rock n roll and produced this. Kicked all the fake glam metal square in the balls in favour of classic hard rock and the blues. Sure its generic but it was never meant to be ground-breaking, it is a classic for exactly what it is. A brilliant hard-rock album capped off by one of the best frontmen (for about 5 years anyway) of all time. "Take that one to heart"
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
Regardless how cliched it is this album is Maiden's best. Despite a poor opener in 'Invaders' the album redeems itself with some of the bands best songs in 'Run to the Hills' and the title track. Plus some overlooked ones in the brilliant 'The Prisoner' and 'Children of the Damned'. Obviously the crown jewel in not just this album but possibly the bands career is 'Hallowed Be Thy Name' one of the best metal songs of all time.
Judas Priest Painkiller
Priest's best album, pick any song and it will be a speed metal classic. From the amazing title track through to the epic 'One Shot at Glory' through the menacing 'Night Crawler' and the towering 'Leather Rebel', not including 'A Touch of Evil' and 'Between the Hammer & the Anvil' every song is simply incredible. This could be no other rating other than perfect. Amazing music
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
An album that is among the finest pieces of art that has ever been created. All the tracks are amazing but my personal favourite has to be the brilliant title track, but really I could pick any song from this album as my favourite. One of the first prog rock albums that along with Rush's 'Moving Pictures' and Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here' is one of the best ever recorded., and something King Crimson would never match again.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
This is certainly a contender for Zeppelin's best album, however I think Led Zeppelin II is better. Can't deny the brilliance of this album though, in particular 'Stairway to Heaven' which people say is overrated, although I don't agree with its 'Best Song Ever' title it is certainly a masterpiece.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Nevermind IV or HOTH or even Physical Graffiti this is Zepp's best album. From the great blues riff of 'Whole Lotta Love' to the gorgeous 'Thank You' every part of this album is brilliant. Also contains one of the best drum solos in history 'Moby Dick' courtesy of a Mr. John Bonham, one of if not THE best drummer of all time. R.I.P.
Megadeth Rust in Peace
One of the best thrash records of all time. Contains great solos and some pretty good if annoying at times (Dawn Patrol) vocals from Dave. If you don't like this then thrash isn't for you. From the brutal, technical mastery of 'Holy Wars... The Punishment Due' through the chaos of 'Hangar 18', heaviness of 'Take No Prisoners', the best solo in the album in 'Tornado of Souls' and the brilliant closer 'Rust in Peace... Polaris' this album never lets up and proves Megadeth can match (and I believe better) Metallica on almost every level.
Metallica Master of Puppets
Annoying as it is, this is one of the best metal albums of all time. Crushing thrash combined with slick melodies and although Lars is a twat who can't play drums and Kirk Hammet is overrated to shit and his solos sound the same, somehow the talent of Hetfield and the master Cliff Burton pulled them through to create this masterpiece. Best songs have to be 'Battery', 'Master of Puppets', 'Welcome Home (Sanitarium)' and 'Disposable Heroes'
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Metallica's second classic album and although it isn't quite as good as a whole album as 'Puppets' I think some of the songs on here are greater than those on 'Puppets'. For example 'For Whom the Bell Tolls', 'Creeping Death' and 'Fade to Black' are some of the best of their career. However the skippable 'Escape' makes this narrowly worse than 'Master of Puppets', still one of the best metal albums you'll find though.
Michael Jackson Thriller
The best pop album ever, and I don't even like pop at all. There will never be anyone like Jackson again, like him or not, The biggest selling album of all time for a reason. Despite all his personal controversies and allegations nobody can deny the talent of the man, the title track set the standard for music videos, the paranoid and brilliant 'Billie Jean' and the hard rocking 'Beat It' featuring none other than Eddie Van Halen prove that we should remember this Michael Jackson, not the Michael Jackson the press portray. R.I.P
Nick Drake Pink Moon
Falling under the radar in the 70s due to the shyness of the artist in question. Simply a dark, chilling and depressive journey that gets better with every listen
Nick Drake Five Leaves Left
Drake's debut and in my opinion it matches the brilliance of 'Pink Moon' although in a different way. Lonely music from a man who appreciated nature and the beauty it contains yet a man who never connected with people in the same way.
Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral
The perfect album for the dark and depressed moods where you want to cut the head off every single person whose ever hurt you. Trent Reznor questions everything about humanity from religion ('Heresy'), society ('March of the Pigs'), sex ('Closer') and love ('Piggy') and beautifully crafts a mans self-destruction from beginning through to graphic suicide ('The Downward Spiral') and the reflection ('Hurt'). A harrowing journey that almost everyone can relate to and raises so many questions about existence.
Pearl Jam Ten
One of the best albums of the 90's. One of my favourites of all time. Emotional, beautiful and yet hard-hitting. Vedder has one of the best voices of his generation. Songs like 'Even Flow', 'Release', 'Alive', 'Jeremy' and the stunning 'Black' make this certainly Pearl Jam's best album and one of the greatest ever. Hearing this album is an experience in itself.
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
It seems to be normal to claim this album isn't as good as its made out to be. However this really is one of the best albums of all time, regardless how many people think its overrated. Pink Floyd nearly made perfection with this album and then went and topped it with the near-flawless WYWH. The only band to top perfection since The Beatles.
Pink Floyd Animals
They couldn't quite top perfection a second time. Though they came damn close. Another essential album by one of the greatest bands ever and a band at the peak of their creative powers with this album. However everything is still damn close to perfect- the political undertones, the Orwellian concept and of course the guitar and the lyrics. Another masterpiece, just not as good as 'Wish You Were Here'
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
The closest thing to musical perfection that is possible. This site kind of ruins it by praising it constantly but, for once, the praise is deserved. Every song on the album is a masterpiece and the guitar is some of the best you will find anywhere. Genius.
Queen A Night at the Opera
The best Queen album that contains probably one of the best rock songs of all time. Queen have never been one of the more consistent bands, but this is a progressive masterpiece that is deservedly called one of the best classic rock records of all time.
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime
I'm really starting to love this. Prog metal at its best, a great story of murder, love and betrayal told very well throughout the album. My favourite tracks here have to be 'Eyes of a Stranger', 'I Don't Believe in Love', 'The Mission', 'Revolution Calling' and the title track. Possibly one of the most intelligent albums ever created.
Radiohead OK Computer
Radiohead's best album and one of the best of the 90's and possibly of all time. Thom Yorke's haunting vocals cap off some sheer brilliance in songwriting. The best of which imo is 'Let Down' and 'No Surprises'. Also contains the so-called modern day Bohemian Rhapsody in 'Paranoid Android'. This is an album that needs to be heard to be appreciated.
Rush Hemispheres
There isn't a bad second on this joyful album. Strong instrumentation, thoughtful lyrics and just plain fun make this an essential album for not only Rush fans and prog fans but music fans in general. 4 tracks of near perfection
Soundgarden Superunknown
An amazing musical journey capped off by one of the most amazing vocal performances I've ever heard on an album from Chris Cornell. One of the best albums of the 90's and possibly of all time including the brilliance of 'Black Hole Sun', 'Like Suicide', 'Fell on Black Days' and my personal favourite 'The Day I Tried to Live'. Amazing album.
The Beatles Abbey Road
Arguably The Beatles' best album, which is like trying to decide the best sex position, you can make a case for all of them. This is my pick for the best though. No album can contain 'Come Together', 'Something', 'Octopus's Garden', 'Here Come the Sun', 'I Want You (She's So Heavy) and the Medley and not be considered among the best of all time.
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The album that defined a generation, some say its overrated but I think it is among the Beatles' best work with only Abbey Road surpassing it. Simply one of the greatest albums of all time no matter how overrated it may be
The Doors The Doors
This deserves a classic rating. One of the best debut rock/psychedelic albums of all time. Morrison's vocals are both majestic and mysterious, especially on 'The End', one of the best songs ever written. Throw in 'Light My Fire', 'Break on Through', 'Soul Kitchen' and 'Alabama Song' and this becomes essential
The Gaslight Anthem The '59 Sound
An absolute joy to listen to and one of the best albums of the decade. Fallon's stories are at the heart of the music and it's te ability to relate so closely to them that makes this album one of my favourites. The title track recalls lost grandparents, and who hasn't been able to relate to 'Heres Looking at You, Kid' ? Anyone whose ever loved and lost can. Then there's the amazing 'Great Expectations' and 'High Lonesome'. Truly every song is amazing
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
My pick for the master's best album. It changes all the time but 'Crosstown Traffic', 'Voodoo Child', 'Come on (Let the Good Times Roll)', 'All Along the Watchtower' and 'Voodoo Child (Slight Return)' are some of the best of Jimi's short but memorable career
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
Jimi's debut and although in my opinion it's not quite as good as Electric Ladyland it's still as good as almost everything he put out in his lifetime. The obviously signature guitar-work is present and the best songs here have to be the obvious 'Purple Haze', 'Foxy Lady', 'Manic Depression', 'The Wind Cries Mary' and 'Hey Joe'
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
One of the best rock albums of all time. Coming during one of the best album runs by any band from Beggars Banquet through to Goat's Head Soup but this is the Stones best. Despite not containing any big hits the album flows and is the most consistent that they have produced in their 50 year career, timeless album
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
Nostalgic, poetic and pleasantly cheerful. Matsson never fails to lift my mood with his best effort to date. Favourites being title track, 'Burden of Tomorrow', 'Love Is All' and 'Kids on the Run'
Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind
For me, personal connection is what makes an album a classic and this is one of those albums that I can personally listen to and feel like it examines my life and has an experienced outsider comment on it. Whether 'Jumper' saves your life or 'Motorcycle Drive-By' hits a memory there is simply very few albums that can make someone feel like this. This is one of them
U2 Achtung Baby
Though The Joshua Tree is more consistent I think this is a better album, it shows they can pull off several different styles. Plus 'One' and 'Whose Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses' are two of my favourite U2 songs.
U2 The Joshua Tree
I prefer Achtung Baby but this is still one amazing album. Sure Bono's political stuff gets on almost everybodys nerves but at least he makes some good music. Best songs to be found here are 'Where the Streets Have No Names', 'With or Without You' and 'Running to Stand Still' in my opinion.
Yes Close to the Edge
I give up, this is a 5. One of the best prog rock albums of all time. 3 tracks that are absolute progressive genius by a band that was among the most talented of the 70s prog monsters. Essential album for anyone into progressive music or good old fashioned classic rock

4.5 superb
AC/DC Highway to Hell
Aerosmith Toys in the Attic
Aerosmith's break-through album and imo, their best. A pure dose of hard-rocking blues all the way through. Also contains some of the band's best songs including 'Walk this Way', 'You See Me Crying', 'No More, No More' and among the best of all time 'Sweet Emotion'. Forget 'Rocks', this is the essential Aerosmith album
Aerosmith Rocks
Alice Cooper Welcome to my Nightmare
Alice Cooper Billion Dollar Babies
Alice In Chains Jar of Flies
Amazing. Not as good a Dirt but absolutely amazing. 'Nutshell' will rip anyone with a soul to shreds. Depression never sounded so beautiful.
Alter Bridge Blackbird
Alter Bridge Fortress
Arcade Fire Funeral
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Every band that has ever played metal owes a debt to Sabbath in some way. From Iommi's riffs to Geezer's crushing bass, Ozzy's wailing vocals and Bill Ward's thunderous drums. This is Sabbath at their heaviest with 'Sweet Leaf', 'Into the Void' and 'Children of the Grave' among the best songs.
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
The album that started it all, the song that inspired so many artists to play heavier music. Sure Paranoid is given more credit for 'inventing' heavy metal but the song 'Black Sabbath' is just as important and influential. As well as the song this is still one of the strongest debut albums of all time.
Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
I think I'm starting to prefer this over 'Paranoid' in my opinion this sounds more inventive and okay, 'Paranoid' is one of the best metal albums of all time but I prefer the almost progressive aspects of this album. Whichever is best they're both still classics in Sabbath's career and in metal. My favourite songs here have to be the heavy as hell title track, 'A National Acrobat' which has some amazing lyrics and 'Spiral Architect' an almost eerie closer to the album. A classic
Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell
The little man with the big voice had a hell of a job to fill the shoes of the madman but my god did he do it well. Bringing not only a fresh voice and personality to Black Sabbath but a fresh songwriting approach he makes this one of Sabbath's best and in my opinion the best album that Dio ever made. R.I.P Ronnie James Dio
Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Blonde On Blonde
Bob Dylan The Times They Are A-Changin'
Boston Boston
Bruce Springsteen Born in the U.S.A.
Not quite the Boss' best but in his top 5. This album is an anthemic journey through lost American ideals with most songs being written along with those that became 'Nebraska'. My favourites here are probably the title track, 'I'm On Fire', 'No Surrender', 'Bobby Jean', 'Dancing in the Dark' and 'My Hometown'
Bruce Springsteen Darkness on the Edge of Town
The Boss takes a long break after Born to Run because of a lawsuit and gathers his frustration and anger together in this album and creates one of his best. Pretty much every song here is enjoyable in its own way but my personal favourites are probably 'Badlands', 'The Promised Land', 'Streets of Fire', the haunting yet amazing title track and of course the immortal 'Racing in the Street', one of Bruce's best songs
Bruce Springsteen Tunnel Of Love
The sound of a maturing artist and a man leaving his past behind. 'Tougher than the Rest' and 'Walk Like a Man' are examples of this. 'One Step Up' is my pick for best song here however, a haunting tail of an unhappy, volatile marriage that almost anyone can relate too, it has the ability to rip your heart to pieces. Including 'When Your Alone' and 'Brilliant Disguise' this album is possibly the most heartfelt of Springsteen's long and distinguished career.
Bruce Springsteen Nebraska
Haunting, simply haunting. Springsteen looks at his America and sees not the tales of hope he'd previously written about but tales of murder, betrayal, crime and loss. Title track is the story of a murderer who takes his wife for a drive and 'ten innocent people died' ends with the chilling line 'They asked me why I did what I did/Well I guess there's just a meanness in this world' other amazing tracks include financial ruin 'Atlantic City', brotherly loyalty 'Highway Patrolman' and loss 'My Father's House' also ends the album on a hopeful note with my favourite 'Reason to Believe'. Hauntingly chilling album
Bruce Springsteen Hammersmith Odeon London '75
The Boss powers through his first show on English soil. Showcasing the earlier part of his exceptional career and showcasing it to perfection. Highlights include the towering 'Rosalita', the epics 'Jungleland' and 'Backstreets' and of course the chillingly beautiful toned-down rendition of 'Thunder Road'.
Bruce Springsteen The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
Springsteen's first true masterwork and proof of a talent beyond his years. Sure, 'Greetings' was good but this blows it away and perfectly leads into 'Born to Run'. Highlights include the ethereally beautiful 'Sandy', the epic 'Incident on 57th Street', the gorgeous 'New York City Serenade' and obviously the titanic 'Rosalita', one of the Boss's best.
Bruce Springsteen The River
A great double album. The title track is an epic story of failed romance and nostalgia. Something that nobody other than Bruce could pull off, beautiful enough to bring a tear to the eye and yet rough enough to remind you life isn't always perfect. A great musical achievement by one of the best lyrical story-tellers to ever walk the unfair world.
Bruce Springsteen Live 1975-1985
Camel Mirage
Camel Moonmadness
Clutch Blast Tyrant
Cream Disraeli Gears
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
David Bowie Hunky Dory
David Bowie Heroes
Deep Purple Machine Head
Deep Purple Deep Purple in Rock
Def Leppard Pyromania
One of the best hair metal albums of all time. Simple as
Def Leppard Hysteria
Leppard's most successful album selling over 20 million copies. Given the accessibility of most of the tracks present I can see why. Best songs here are 'Animal', 'Pour Some Sugar On Me', 'Love Bites', 'Armageddon It', 'Rocket', 'Gods Of War' and 'Hysteria'
Diamond Head Lightning to the Nations
Dream Theater Images and Words
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Eagles Hotel California
A very easy-listening album with some joyful music present. Highlights are obviously the well-known title track but the best song on the album has to be the beautiful 'Last Resort'.
Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Mainstream, but who honestly cares when you can turn it up loud and rock out !!!!!
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Kicks the shit out of 'The Colour and Shape' and is easily the best Foos album for me. So close to a 5. Some of my favourite Foo Fighters songs are on this including 'Walk', 'Bridges Burning', 'A Matter of Time', 'Arlandria' and of course the amazing 'These Days' pretty much every song is mainstream rock done right. Dave, you done good
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones
Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart
Genesis Selling England by the Pound
Iron Maiden Powerslave
I can't decide between this and 'NOTB' which is their best, it depends on my mood on a given day. '2 Minutes to Midnight' is one of the best songs here along with 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner' and 'Aces High' while 'Powerslave' is one of my favourite Maiden songs
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Live After Death
One of the best live albums of all time. The band is on top form at Long Beach Arena and their energetic and furious performance never fails to amaze. Live versions of 'Aces High', 'The Trooper', 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner', 'Powerslave', 'The Number of the Beast' and the best metal song 'Hallowed Be Thy Name' an essential live album.
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Judas Priest Stained Class
Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny
Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Dave goes commercial and it pays off. Not as good as their earlier thrash albums but still a damn fine metal album. Best songs: 'Symphony of Destruction', 'Architecture of Aggression', 'Foreclosure of a Dream', 'Sweating Bullets', 'Countdown to Extinction' and 'Ashes In Your Mouth'
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?
Metallica Live Shit: Binge & Purge
Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax The Big 4: Live from Sofia, Bulgaria
Admittedly this would have been better around about 1991 but seeing these thrash titans performing together on 'Am I Evil?' and hearing their setlists sound fresh and powerful is still worth it. Megadeth's was my favourite performance too
Michael Jackson Bad
Motley Crue Shout at the Devil
Motley Crue Dr. Feelgood
The Crue clean up, they're off the drugs and much better for it. This is easily their best release since 'Shout at the Devil' and while neither are perfect both are almost essential albums and proved that glam could be manly with the right band.
Motorhead Ace of Spades
Motorhead Overkill
Badass .... Toss up between this and 'Spades' for my favourite Motorhead album. At this moment in time, I think it's this though
Motorhead Iron Fist
Motorhead No Sleep 'til Hammersmith
Muse Absolution
Nine Inch Nails The Fragile
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
An incredibly emotional performance by Nirvana and in particular Kurt Cobain. Sure they weren't the most talented band around but they did make the biggest commercial impact of the 90's and although Nevermind is overrated and In Utero contained some filler this live performance is near flawless. One of the best live albums of all time
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Ozzy Osbourne Tribute
If 'Blizzard' introduced Randy Rhoads then 'Tribute' cemented his place among the best guitarists of all time. His classic influences are there for all to hear and Ozzy's vocals are some of the best of his career. A near flawless live album.
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pearl Jam get more aggressive on their second effort. Instead of trying to make 'Ten- part 2' they decided to make a faster, louder more hardcore album and the results, while not perfect, are still superb
Pink Floyd The Wall
Queen Queen II
I've heard this called the "poor man's Dark Side of the Moon" though I can't see why really, Yes some songs in the middle are a bit bland but the epic tracks more than make up for it. 'The March of the Black Queen' is one of the bands best songs
Queen Sheer Heart Attack
Radiohead Kid A
Haunting, melodic, beautiful. Not quite the brilliance of OK Computer but incredibly close. 'How to Disappear Completely' is amazing
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
One of the best debut albums of the 90s and possibly of all time. Zach De la Rocha's politically charged lyrics combined with a solid rhythm section and Tom Morello's inventive guitar make this an almost one-of-a-kind album. Best songs include 'Bombtrack', 'Killing in the Name', 'Bullet in the Head', 'Wake Up' and 'Freedom'. The slightly repetitive nature is the only thing keeping this from a 5.
Ramones Ramones
Rush Moving Pictures
One of prog's best albums by one of prog's best bands. My favourites are 'Limelight' and 'The Camera Eye' but you can't forget 'Tom Sawyer' and 'Red Barchetta' too.
Rush A Farewell to Kings
Rush Clockwork Angels
One of the band's best albums and another long-awaited classic. After nearly 40 years since their first album they still sound relevant and inventive. Geddy's voice sounds more mature and better for it and of course the masterful instrumentation is still there. Album of the year ? Very, very likely
Skid Row Slave to the Grind
Slayer Reign in Blood
Everytime this album is played a puppy gets run over and a scene kid dies. A great thrash album that arguably gave birth to extreme metal. There are some problems with it though, the vocals are suitably evil but annoying and its a bit repetitive. These are the only reasons this is not a 5, still a great album however.
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles The Beatles
How could The Beatles possibly follow Sgt Pepper ?? Simple. By making another masterpiece. Was there anything these 4 guys couldn't do ??
The Clash London Calling
The Gaslight Anthem Sink or Swim
At first it sounds a little like an organised mess, then however you realise the lyrics are the driving force and everything makes sense. You've probably lived the stories that Fallon writes and that's why, regardless of the organised chaos around his words. You'll fall in love
The Gaslight Anthem American Slang
The Gaslight Anthem Handwritten
In terms of quality of the songs this isn't as good as The '59 Sound however this is a 5 for me because of being personally able to relate to every single song in some way. That, to me, is what music is about. Being able to hear a song and instantly think its being played only for you. That is why this album for me is perfect. The beauty and relatability in every word of every song.
The Horrible Crowes Elsie
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
A great Rolling Stones album capped off by the brilliance of 'Brown Sugar' and 'Wild Horses'.
The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
The Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving Now
The Who Live at Leeds
The Who Quadrophenia
The Who Who's Next
A great opener my favourite Who song in 'Baba O'Riley', one of the best rock songs of all time in 'Won't Get Fooled Again'. Not including 'Bargain', 'The Song is Over' and the amazing 'Behind Blue Eyes'.
U2 U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle
U2 War
U2's classic pre-Joshua Tree album epitomises their youth, energy and developing sound. Best songs here in my opinion are 'Sunday Bloody Sunday' and 'New Year's Day'
Van Halen Van Halen
A great rock debut album that introduced the world to a new guitar hero in Eddie Van Halen and an incredibly charismatic frontman in David Lee Roth. 'Eruption' is as good today as it was in 1978
Van Halen 1984
The last David Lee Roth- Van Halen album and its almost on-par with their brilliant debut. Songs like 'Panama', 'Jump', 'Hot for Teacher' and the great 'I'll Wait' are among the best Van Halen tracks.

4.0 excellent
AC/DC Back in Black
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
AC/DC High Voltage
Aerosmith Pump
Aerosmith Aerosmith
Aerosmith Get Your Wings
Aerosmith Permanent Vacation
A comeback album that does more than try and recapture the band's former glory. It succeeds and matches their previous efforts, maybe even betters them.
Alice Cooper School's Out
Alice Cooper Trash
Alice Cooper Hey Stoopid
Contains some of Alice's most underrated songs. The title track, 'Might as well be on Mars' and 'Burning our Bed' are some of my favourite Alice tracks ranking among the best of his career in my opinion.
Alice Cooper Brutal Planet
Alice In Chains Alice in Chains
Alice In Chains Facelift
Alice In Chains Black Gives Way to Blue
Who could have guessed that after 16 or so years and the death of their frontman that Alice in Chains could come back and produce a album of this quality that matches any of their previous efforts in terms of quality. Proving that today they are arguably the most relevant grunge band. Layne would be proud
Alice In Chains The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Alter Bridge AB III
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Anthrax Among the Living
Anthrax Persistence of Time
Anthrax Worship Music
Biffy Clyro Only Revolutions
Biffy Clyro Opposites
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Aside from Never Say Die! and Technical Ecstasy, the worst of the Ozzy era Sabbath albums and yet its still good. 'Changes' needs some repeat listens but Ozzy's vocals do sound sincere and real, despite popular opinion
Black Sabbath Sabotage
The last great Ozzy-Sabbath album. 'Megalomania' is one of the most underrated Sabbath songs in their whole discography.
Black Sabbath Mob Rules
Black Sabbath 13
Blink-182 Blink-182
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Blue Oyster Cult Secret Treaties
Bob Dylan Desire
Bob Dylan Another Side Of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan John Wesley Harding
Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet
Brand New Deja Entendu
Bruce Springsteen The Rising
The Boss saw the 9/11 attacks hit almost on his New Jersey doorstep. A place that he'd romanticised for years in his songs and stories and he felt compelled to write an understanding album. He reunited the E Street band and went about recording one of his best in years. The title track, 'Lonesome Day', 'Into the Fire', 'Nothing Man', 'You're Missing', 'Mary's Place' and 'My City of Ruins' are amongst my favourites here. The man can do no wrong
Bruce Springsteen Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.
Bruce Springsteen Magic
Bruce Springsteen The Promise
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball
The Boss hasn't sounded this good or indeed this inspirational since 'Tunnel of Love', his best album in years. The amazing title track is my favourite among others such as 'Land of Hope and Dreams' 'Rocky Ground' 'Death to my Hometown' 'We are Alive' and 'We Take Care Of Our Own'. The Boss is back and better than he's been in years
Camel The Snow Goose
Cream Wheels of Fire
Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory
Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River
Creedence Clearwater Revival Bayou Country
Death The Sound of Perseverance
Death Leprosy
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Death Symbolic
Death Human
Deep Purple Fireball
Dio The Last in Line
Dio Dream Evil
Dio Magica
Down NOLA
Down Down II: A Bustle In Your Hedgerow
Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Awake
Eagles Eagles
A solid debut by one of rocks most popular bands. The best tracks here are probably 'Witchy Woman' and the gorgeous 'Peaceful Easy Feeling' along with the irresistible 'Take it Easy'
Elton John Honky Chateau
Elton John Madman Across the Water
Elton John Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Brain Salad Surgery
Faith No More Angel Dust
Faith No More The Real Thing
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Foo Fighters Foo Fighters
Gary Moore Still Got The Blues
Genesis Foxtrot
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion II
Guns N' Roses Use Your Illusion I
Guns N' Roses Live Era '87-'93
A live album with some amazing moments and some 'why is that on here ?' moments. Such as a version of 'Patience' where you can barely hear the band over the crowd. They could have included 'Live and Let Die' and 'Civil War' too though. This does have its epic and amazing moments in a heartfelt rendition of 'November Rain' and a brilliant 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door'.
Guns N' Roses Chinese Democracy
Insanely underrated, sure its not the hard rocking genius of Appetite but it does prove that Axl dosent need Izzy or Slash to make some good music. It moves from industrial metal through classic GN'R hard rock to piano based ballads. More consistent than either of the Illusions but not better overall. Not the most well loved album but I'm close to saying its worth the wait
Heathen Victims of Deception
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
Iron Maiden Killers
Iron Maiden Brave New World
The comeback. 11 years after Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith left Iron Maiden they return for their best album in years. Props for 'The Wicker Man' and 'Ghost of the Navigator' especially
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Jethro Tull Aqualung
John Lennon Imagine
The best song ever written ? Probably. Shame the rest of the album isn't as amazing. It's still not bad though
Journey Escape
Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith
Judas Priest Screaming for Vengeance
In my opinion Priest's best album of the 80s, similar to 'Sad Wings of Destiny' was for the 70s and 'Painkiller' for the 90s. A culmination of the bands musical journey up to that point. My favourites here are 'The Hellion/Electric Eye', 'Riding on the Wind', 'Screaming For Vengeance', 'You Got Another Thing Comin' and 'Fever'
Judas Priest Sin After Sin
King Crimson Red
King Crimson Larks' Tongues in Aspic
KISS Destroyer
KISS Alive!
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Not an amazing debut but a very solid one. All the elements that made Zeppelin great are taking shape, probably the most dated of the bands releases though.
Led Zeppelin The Song Remains The Same
Lynyrd Skynyrd Second Helping
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Machine Head Burn My Eyes
Machine Head The Blackening
Machine Head Unto the Locust
One of the best albums of 2011 in my honest opinion and certainly Flynn and the gang's best so far, beating 'Burn My Eyes' and 'The Blackening'. The band add some progressive metal elements to their music and it's all the better for it. The title track is annoyingly catchy and along with 'I am Hell', 'Be Still and Know' and 'Who We Are' is among the best songs here.
Manowar Kings of Metal
Mastodon Leviathan
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon Crack the Skye
Mastodon The Hunter
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell
Megadeth Youthanasia
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Stupidly underrated, I can see why Dave's singing on this album would put people off but frankly it still sounds good. This album contains a great instrumental ('Into the Lungs of Hell'), the first track Dave wrote post-Metallica ('Set the World Afire') and Mustaine's personal tribute to Cliff Burton ('In My Darkest Hour') also one of the best Megadeth songs. Honourable mentions to some underrated 'Deth tracks 'Mary Jane' and 'Hook in Mouth'
Megadeth Endgame
A welcome return to form for Dave and the boys, 'This Day We Fight!' is one of my favourite Megadeth songs.
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Metallica
The turning point for Metallica's career. Not as awful as some proclaim and yet not as amazing as the sales would suggest. This is an average album in the Metallica discography but amazing compared with what came later..
Metallica S&M
Michael Jackson Dangerous
Michael Jackson Off the Wall
Motley Crue Too Fast for Love
Motley Crue Girls, Girls, Girls
Where the drug problems really started affecting the Crue. Still an amazing album, but there are gaps in Nikki's songwriting starting to show, after this album they would clean up and produce the brilliant 'Dr Feelgood'.
Motorhead 1916
Motorhead Inferno
Motorhead Bastards
Motorhead Bomber
Motorhead Another Perfect Day
Motorhead Orgasmatron
Motorhead No Sleep at All
Motorhead Rock 'N' Roll
Motorhead Motörhead
Where the most badass band on the planet began. Set the bar for Lemmy and the gang to match and better and they would. Great debut from the most under appreciated band in metal
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Muse Black Holes and Revelations
Nick Drake Bryter Layter
Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine
Nine Inch Nails Year Zero
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana Nevermind
Incredibly overrated, Sure it's good to listen to but every song is not the genius it's perceived to be by fans and critics. There is no denying however the impact of the album and in particular 'Smells like Teen Spirit'. However imo 'MTV Unplugged' is better and is really the essential Nirvana album.
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Opeth Blackwater Park
Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard of Ozz
What could have been an awful attempt to imitate Sabbath turned into one of the best metal albums of all time. Ozzy's vocals have never sounded better, and the whole album is topped off by the genius of Randy Rhoads. A man taken before his time and one of the best guitarists of his generation.
Ozzy Osbourne No More Tears
Ozzy Osbourne Diary of a Madman
Pantera Cowboys from Hell
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pearl Jam Yield
Pearl Jam No Code
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Jam's best album since Vitalogy, capped off by 'Unthought Known', 'The Fixer' and the amazing 'Just Breathe'.
Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt
Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pink Floyd Meddle
Pink Floyd Pulse
Queen A Day at the Races
Possibly the worst of Queen's first five albums and this has the epic amazingness of Somebody to Love and Tie Your Mother Down....... Caaaaaan anybodyyyyy, fiind meeeeee somebody tooooo looooovvveeeeee
Queen News of the World
Queen Jazz
Queen Queen
One of my favourite debut albums ever. This contains all the early elements that made Queen one of the best bands of all time. Not as over the top as Queen II or A Night at the Opera but its still very good
Queen Innuendo
Contains Freddie Mercury's best vocal performance in 'The Show Must Go On'. The final completed Queen album with Freddie and with one of the most emotional songs of all time in 'These are the Days of Our Lives' which was Freddie's last video. I recommend watching it and it also has Queen's most progressive song since the 70's in the brilliant title track.
Queen The Game
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queensryche Rage for Order
Queensryche Empire
R.E.M. Automatic for the People
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Radiohead In Rainbows
Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Rammstein Reise, Reise
Ramones Rocket to Russia
Ramones Road to Ruin
Regina Spektor Begin To Hope
Rush 2112
Rush's 2112 isn't the flawless classic it's lauded to be yet its still an excellent album. The Canadian trio has better albums but this kick-starts the classic era. Essential prog rock
Rush Permanent Waves
Rush Grace Under Pressure
Saxon Wheels of Steel
Saxon Strong Arm of the Law
Scorpions Love At First Sting
Seventh Wonder Mercy Falls
Shinedown The Sound Of Madness
Skid Row Skid Row
The ballads stop this from being a normal glam metal record, the likes of which were put out all the time during the 80's. This is one of the better ones. Briefly compared to Guns N' Roses and although Skid Row never hit those heights they would produce one of the better debut albums of the 80s.
Slash Made In Stoke 24/7/11
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss
Slayer Hell Awaits
Slayer South of Heaven
Slayer follow 'Reign in Blood' by slowing their sound down and adding melody to the brutal thrash that trademarks the band. Despite an unusual cover of Judas Priest's 'Dissident Aggressor' the album is pretty good, though I believe it's inferior to 'Seasons in the Abyss' and 'Reign in Blood' it's still a damn good Slayer album.
Slipknot Slipknot
Slipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Steel Panther Feel The Steel
DEATH TO ALL BUT METTAAAALLL !!!!! truer words were never sang.
Steel Panther Balls Out
Panther follow their brilliantly hilarious debut with an album that almost matches it in terms of music and jokes. The toilet attitude hasn't become more childish or worn and still backs up the music. In all honesty trying to analyse this album is pointless, I like it and its funny and a good party album, best songs 'Just Like Tiger Woods', 'If you Really Really Love Me', 'Why Can't You Trust Me?', '17 Girls in a Row' and 'Weenie Ride'
Tenacious D Tenacious D
Testament The New Order
Testament The Legacy
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles Let It Be
The Beatles Please Please Me
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles Help!
The Doors Strange Days
The Doors Waiting for the Sun
The Doors L.A. Woman
The Gaslight Anthem Señor and the Queen
The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup
The Rolling Stones Aftermath
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request
The Rolling Stones Between the Buttons
The Rolling Stones Some Girls
The Tallest Man on Earth Sometimes The Blues Is Just A Passing Bird
The Who Tommy
The Who The Who Sell Out
The Who My Generation
Third Eye Blind Blue
Tool 10,000 Days
U2 The Unforgettable Fire
Van Halen 5150
It was hard for me to accept Sammy Hagar at first, being a Lee Roth fan but this record completely changed my mind. I now see this as one of Van Halen's best.
Van Halen Van Halen II
Van Halen Fair Warning
Whitesnake Whitesnake
Wishbone Ash Argus
Yes Relayer
Yes The Yes Album
Yes Fragile
Yes Tales from Topographic Oceans
ZZ Top Eliminator

3.5 great
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC Flick of the Switch
AC/DC For Those About to Rock We Salute You
Aerosmith Get a Grip
Aerosmith Draw the Line
Alice In Chains Sap
Alter Bridge One Day Remains
Anthrax State of Euphoria
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare
I actually like Avenged Sevenfold, not on a fanboy level, I can enjoy and appreciate their music and this is in my opinion one of the best albums they've put out so far. My favourites are probably 'Nightmare', 'Welcome to the Family', 'Victim', 'Tonight the World Dies', 'So Far Away' and 'Fiction'. R.I.P The Rev
Biffy Clyro Puzzle
Black Label Society Mafia
Black Sabbath Dehumanizer
Blink-182 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Blink-182 Dude Ranch
Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Tempest
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
Cream Fresh Cream
David Gilmour On An Island
Deep Purple Perfect Strangers
Deep Purple Burn
Deep Purple Stormbringer
Def Leppard High 'n' Dry
Def Leppard Adrenalize
Def Leppard On Through the Night
Deftones White Pony
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Dio Killing The Dragon
Dio Sacred Heart
Dream Theater Octavarium
Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events
Eagles Desperado
Europe The Final Countdown
Evanescence Fallen
Fear Factory The Industrialist
Foo Fighters In Your Honor
Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose
Fozzy All That Remains
Fozzy Chasing the Grail
Green Day Dookie
Green Day American Idiot
Guns N' Roses G N' R Lies
Heaven and Hell The Devil You Know
Iron Maiden Dance of Death
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
Judas Priest British Steel
Judas Priest Killing Machine
KISS Creatures of the Night
Machine Head Through the Ashes of Empires
Mastodon Remission
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell
Megadeth The System Has Failed
Megadeth United Abominations
Metallica Garage Inc.
Motley Crue Saints of Los Angeles
A welcome return to form for the Crue. About time too, The title track will surely become a Crue classic.
Motorhead March Or Die
Motorhead Kiss of Death
Motorhead We Are Motorhead
Motorhead Overnight Sensation
Motorhead Motorizer
Motorhead The World Is Yours
Nine Inch Nails With Teeth
Nine Inch Nails The Slip
Nirvana Bleach
Ozzy Osbourne No Rest for the Wicked
Ozzy Osbourne The Ultimate Sin
Ozzy Osbourne Bark at the Moon
Pantera Far Beyond Driven
Pearl Jam Lost Dogs
Pink Floyd The Division Bell
Pink Floyd A Saucerful of Secrets
Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds
Queen Made in Heaven
A fitting last album for Freddie Mercury. The album truly has its beautiful moments such as 'Heaven for Everyone', 'A Winter's Tale' and 'Too Much Love Will Kill You'. However there are inconsistent points too.
Queen The Miracle
Queen A Kind of Magic
Queensryche Promised Land
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire
Rammstein Liebe Ist Für Alle Da
Rush Caress of Steel
Rush Fly by Night
Rush Signals
Rush Hold Your Fire
Rush Counterparts
Rush Power Windows
Rush Snakes & Arrows
Saxon Lionheart
Saxon Killing Ground
Saxon Call to Arms
Shinedown Amaryllis
Slash Slash
Slash Apocalyptic Love
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Sodom Obsessed by Cruelty
Soundgarden Down on the Upside
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Stone Sour Stone Sour
System of a Down Mezmerize
Testament Souls of Black
The Rolling Stones Tattoo You
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No.2
The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones, Now!
The Who The Who by Numbers
The Who Who Are You
The Who A Quick One
Trivium Ascendancy
Trivium In Waves
U2 All That You Can't Leave Behind
U2 Rattle and Hum
U2 Zooropa
U2 Boy
Van Halen Women and Children First
Van Halen A Different Kind of Truth
Velvet Revolver Contraband
Not bad, not bad at all but not amazing either. Nothing original or ground-breaking just good, fun hard rock. Sounds a bit like Stone Temple Roses though. Recommended tracks include 'Slither' and 'Fall to Pieces'
Yes Going for the One

3.0 good
AC/DC The Razor's Edge
Nothing different to any other AC/DC album and yet some songs are still very enjoyable, even if you prefer Bon Scott. Best tracks include 'Thunderstruck', 'Money talks' and 'Are you Ready'
Ace Frehley Ace Frehley
Aerosmith Night in the Ruts
Aerosmith Done With Mirrors
Aerosmith Classics Live II
Alice Cooper Constrictor
Anthrax Fistful of Metal
Black Sabbath Never Say Die!
Not as awfully terrible as its reputation would suggest. There are some high points including the title track but nowhere near enough of them to make this a great or even good Sabbath album
Black Sabbath Technical Ecstasy
Blink-182 Neighborhoods
Bon Jovi Crush
Bruce Dickinson Balls to Picasso
Bruce Dickinson Accident of Birth
Bruce Springsteen Lucky Town
Bullet For My Valentine The Poison
Bullet For My Valentine Fever
If mainstream metal is your thing then you'll enjoy this. Personally it's a very 'meh' album by a band I dislike. Fuck you Matt Tuck, you're a prick.
Chris Cornell Euphoria Morning
Cream Goodbye
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Eagles One of These Nights
Eagles Long Road Out Of Eden
Foo Fighters One by One
Foo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Gary Moore Bad For You Baby
Genesis Duke
Genesis Invisible Touch
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark
Judas Priest Angel of Retribution
Judas Priest Ram It Down
Judas Priest Point of Entry
Judas Priest Rocka Rolla
KISS Dynasty
Led Zeppelin Presence
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Machine Head The More Things Change...
Megadeth Cryptic Writings
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Metallica Death Magnetic
Average in every sense of the word. Nothing at all spectacular but its better than Shit Anger. Not worth a 5 year wait at all however
Metallica Beyond Magnetic
Motley Crue New Tattoo
Motley Crue Theatre Of Pain
Weakest of the classic era and yet it still contains 'Home Sweet Home' and 'Smokin' in the Boys Room' that just shows how good the Crue are
Motorhead Sacrifice
Motorhead On Parole
Muse The 2nd Law
Oasis Be Here Now
Opeth Heritage
Paramore Riot!
Pearl Jam Binaural
Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother
Poison Open Up and Say... Ahh!
Queen The Works
Queensryche The Warning
Queensryche American Soldier
Rush Vapor Trails
Rush Rush
Rush Roll the Bones
Saxon Saxon
Sepultura Roots
Slayer World Painted Blood
Slipknot Iowa
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May
Stone Sour Audio Secrecy
System of a Down Toxicity
The Beatles Beatles for Sale
The Beatles Yellow Submarine
The Devin Townsend Project Epicloud
The Rolling Stones Black and Blue
The Rolling Stones It's Only Rock 'n Roll
The Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue
The Who Endless Wire
U2 Pop
U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
U2 No Line on the Horizon
Van Halen Diver Down
Yes 90125
Yes Fly From Here
ZZ Top Tres Hombres

2.5 average
3 Doors Down Away From The Sun
Aerosmith Just Push Play
Aerosmith Classics Live
Alice Cooper Welcome 2 My Nightmare
Arctic Monkeys Suck It and See
Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King
Black Label Society Shot to Hell
Bon Jovi Have a Nice Day
Bruce Springsteen Human Touch
Def Leppard Yeah!
Def Leppard X
Dream Theater Systematic Chaos
Eagles On the Border
Genesis ...And Then There Were Three...
Green Day ¡UNO!
Green Day iTRE!
Guns N' Roses "The Spaghetti Incident?"
Had this been an album of new material it would have been better, sadly this is not the case and some songs are forgotten GN'R classics however which save this from being awful
Iced Earth Iced Earth
Judas Priest Jugulator
Judas Priest Nostradamus
KISS Animalize
KISS Crazy Nights
KISS Sonic Boom
KISS Monster
Lamb of God Wrath
Led Zeppelin In Through the Out Door
Lynyrd Skynyrd Last Of A Dyin' Breed
Machine Head The Burning Red
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
Megadeth Super Collider
Metallica Reload
Metallica Load
Uninspired but still enjoyable. If you take it for what it is then its a good hard rock album, but nothing compared with their earlier work. Some good songs but some really drag on and don't match the epicness of the earlier long tracks.
Motley Crue Generation Swine
Motley Crue Motley Crue
Motorhead Snake Bite Love
Motorhead Hammered
Muse The Resistance
Ozzy Osbourne Scream
Paul Stanley Paul Stanley
Pearl Jam Riot Act
Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In
Radiohead Pablo Honey
Rammstein Rosenrot
Rob Zombie Hellbilly Deluxe
Rush Presto
Rush Test for Echo
Sixx:A.M. This Is Gonna Hurt
The Beatles With the Beatles
The Mars Volta Octahedron
The Who Face Dances
Velvet Revolver Libertad
Yes Yes
Yes Time and a Word
Yes Tormato

2.0 poor
AC/DC Fly on the Wall
AC/DC Black Ice
Aerosmith Rock in a Hard Place
Anthrax Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
Between the Buried and Me Colors
Black Sabbath The Eternal Idol
Black Sabbath Headless Cross
Black Sabbath Tyr
Black Sabbath Cross Purposes
Bon Jovi Lost Highway
Bullet For My Valentine Scream, Aim, Fire
Deep Purple Slaves and Masters
Def Leppard Slang
Def Leppard Euphoria
Def Leppard Songs from the Sparkle Lounge
Diamond Head Canterbury
Diamond Head Death and Progress
Green Day Warning
Green Day iDOS!
Iron Maiden The X Factor
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying
Wait.... Maiden made a bad album..... Is Bruce there ?? Yes he is..... My God ...... (dies a little inside)
Iron Maiden Virtual XI
Journey Revelation
Judas Priest Turbo
KISS Hot In The Shade
Led Zeppelin Coda
Machine Head Supercharger
Ozzy Osbourne Black Rain
Pantera Power Metal
Pantera I Am the Night
Pink Floyd The Final Cut
Pink Floyd Ummagumma
Pink Floyd More
Pink Floyd A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Queen Hot Space
Though a Queen album can never truly be poor, this does come damn close. Only 'Under Pressure' and 'Back Chat' save it.
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime II
Rage Against the Machine Renegades
Ramones Halfway to Sanity
Saxon Rock the Nations
Saxon Innocence is No Excuse
Slayer Diabolus in Musica
Slayer Undisputed Attitude
The Rolling Stones Steel Wheels
U2 October
Van Halen Balance

1.5 very poor
AC/DC Blow Up Your Video
Alice Cooper Zipper Catches Skin
Anthrax Stomp 442
Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold
Black Sabbath Born Again
Black Sabbath Seventh Star
If this was a Sabbath album it would be better. I'm an overprotective Sabbath fan and this is an Iommi solo record with the Sabbath name. It was never getting a high rating
Black Sabbath Forbidden
Bob Dylan Dylan
Diamond Head All Will Be Revealed
Genesis Calling All Stations
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown
Judas Priest Demolition
Korn Untitled
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are
Megadeth Risk
Sorry Dave, you got it wrong. This is Megadeth's 'St Anger' moment, luckily though they recovered. Hopefully the same will be said for Metallica, but not at the moment.
Metallica St. Anger
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
Pantera Metal Magic
Pantera Projects in the Jungle
Peter Criss Peter Criss
Queen Flash Gordon
Queensryche Q2K
Suicide Silence The Cleansing
The Rolling Stones Dirty Work
The Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge
Van Halen Van Halen III

1.0 awful
3 Doors Down Time of My Life
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds
Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire
Bring Me The Horizon This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For
Bring Me The Horizon Count Your Blessings
Bring Me The Horizon Suicide Season
Bring Me The Horizon There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It
brokeNCYDE Will Never Die
Chris Cornell Scream
Diamond Head What's in Your Head?
Eminem The Eminem Show
About as entertaining as having your testicles chewed by a frog. Sorry people, I dislike rap
Eminem Encore
Eminem Recovery
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
KISS Music from "The Elder"
Korn The Path of Totality
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish...
Limp Bizkit Significant Other
Limp Bizkit Results May Vary
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu
Simply one of the worst pieces of shit ever shat out by a once-respected band and a once-respected artist. I wonder why the fuck Metallica allowed a rambling hobo to write lyrics for them and why Lou Reed decided to hire an uninspired has-been to collaborate with him. I simply cannot underestimate how steaming this turd is. Utter shit. Avoid like the fucking plague.
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos
Scouting for Girls Scouting For Girls
Scouting for Girls Everybody Wants To Be On TV
The first album was slightly enjoyable-ish. This is just more autotuned crap that sells copies to little girls with nothing better to buy.
Skrillex My Name Is Skrillex
Skrillex Bangarang
Various Artists (Punk) Punk Goes Classic Rock
Woe, Is Me Genesi[s]
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