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Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name2013 Bad Religion True North3.02012 Placebo B32.5The Killers Battle Born3.0Rush Clockwork Angels4.0Marina and The Diamonds Electra Heart2.5OSI Fire Make Thunder3.5OSI has their compact established sound, but there's less of a progressive approach with Fire Make Thunder. Kevin Moore's electronically influenced Chroma Key tends to put a lot of vibe into the album, but nobody really shines here except him.2011 Coldplay Mylo Xyloto2.0Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events3.0Dream Theater? No, this is a LaBrie and Petrucci duet album with two wizards respectively named Rudess and Mangini and their pet Myung.Primus Green Naugahyde4.0Washed Out Within and Without3.0Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos1.0Absolute crap2010 Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy3.5Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown3.0James LaBrie Static Impulse3.0Bad Religion The Dissent of Man3.0Eminem Recovery3.0Sure, its not the Marshall Mathers LP, but this music is as dense as he's gotten since then, and ill be damned if anyone thinks this is worse than his previous album. We were promised Relapse 2, but what we got surpassed that by a massive amount. Recovery is Eminem re-activated after 10 years of drug suppression and lyrical focus that makes it even easier to criticize Relapse and mourn Encore. Marina and The Diamonds The Family Jewels4.0The best pop album I have ever listened to Deftones Diamond Eyes3.52009 Lady Gaga The Fame Monster3.0Alice in Chains Black Gives Way to Blue4.0Spinnerette Spinnerette3.5Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings4.0Placebo Battle For The Sun3.0OSI Blood3.5Eminem Relapse1.5Queensryche American Soldier2.52008 The Killers Day & Age3.5Lady Gaga The Fame3.5Lady Gaga seems to give an aura off with her album...
Just Dance - im a bimbo
Love Game - im a slut
Paparazzi - i have morals
Poker Face - but im bisexual apparentally
Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) - ill dump your ass cause....
Beautiful, Dirty, Rich - im a bitch!
The Fame - and im famous!
Money Honey - best be trollin'!
Starstruck - cause im a star,
Boys Boys Boys - and a secret transexual
Paper Gangsta - im like a gangsta
Brown Eyes - and a sweetheart
Coldplay Viva La Vida4.0Opeth Watershed4.0Nine Inch Nails The Slip3.0Nine Inch Nails Ghosts I-IV2.52007 The Killers Sawdust3.0There's no doubt that Sawdust has some of The Killers' best material. A fair portion exerts itself above any of the band's previous hits (Tranquilize, Shadowplay, Move Away, Sweet Talk), but the excess amount of junk and half-polished material makes the album just as lowly as their studio albums.Bad Religion New Maps Of Hell3.5Dream Theater Systematic Chaos2.5Rush Snakes & Arrows3.0Nine Inch Nails Year Zero3.5Porcupine Tree Fear of a Blank Planet4.02006 Sean Callery 24: Seasons 4 & 5 Soundtrack3.0Deftones Saturday Night Wrist3.0The Killers Sam's Town3.0Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death3.0All That Remains The Fall of Ideals2.0Tool 10,000 Days3.0OSI Free3.0The Sounds Dying to say this to You4.0Placebo Meds3.52005 Opeth Ghost Reveries4.5Editors The Back Room3.0Coldplay X & Y3.0Dream Theater Octavarium3.5Nine Inch Nails With Teeth3.0The Birthday Massacre Violet3.02004 Chroma Key Graveyard Mountain Home3.0Fates Warning FWX3.0Pain Of Salvation Be1.5The Killers Hot Fuss4.0Bad Religion The Empire Strikes First3.0Madvillain Madvillainy4.0Courtney Love America's Sweetheart2.0Paatos Kallocain3.52003 Dream Theater Train of Thought4.5Pretty Girls Make Graves The New Romance3.5The guitars are flashy and the arrangements of heavy punk and odd drum patterns push others off the stage and into the stand. The New Romance is Seattle art rock at it's finestJohn Arch A Twist Of Fate [EP]2.5Type O Negative Life Is Killing Me3.0Deftones Deftones3.0Opeth Damnation3.5The White Stripes Elephant3.0Placebo Sleeping With Ghosts3.0Sleeping With Ghosts is the Placebo album that could have used a lot more work. It's depth never pierces the skin, that's why Plasticine is arguable in the fanbase. It's the only song that sticks out. The Bitter End is an amazing track that bridges the gap from Black Market Music, but Special Needs and English Summer Rain get drowned out with the rest of the album.Voivod Voivod2.5OSI Office of Strategic Influence4.0Queensryche Tribe3.02002 Opeth Deliverance3.5Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head4.0Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights4.0The Buzzhorn Disconnected4.0Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence4.0Engine Superholic3.0Eminem The Eminem Show4.0Rush Vapor Trails3.0Between the Buried and Me Between the Buried and Me3.5There is this raw passion that drives BTBAM's debut. It's crude, intense and it doesn't let up. It may not be as evolved to a stature of perfect proportions or produced to an extent that warrants a seamless flow of thrashing drums and guitar solos, but everything is in a well deserved balance. This debut needs more recognition.Bad Religion The Process of Belief3.0Pain Of Salvation Remedy Lane3.02001 Sean Callery 24: The Soundtrack3.5Filled to the brim with emotional cues, heart-pounding action beats and mind racing drama, the soundtrack to the acclaimed TV show 24 (as cliche as it sounds) is one of the greatest soundtrack albums youll ever hear. What Sean Callery has created captures what made the TV show even more exciting, through symphonic world-collapsing mental trauma and onto heroic "last minute stands". The 24 Soundtrack ranges from seasons 1-3 and dosent contain a single bad note. Every song is an intreguing listen and a sturdy backdrop to any situation. The wonderful thing about the album is it could vary well turn any other TV show into the 24 mood just from the music itself. Its a special and unique trait for a soundtrack composed entirely by computer. The strings may be synthisized, but the emotion is not fake.Days Of The New Days of the New III1.5The White Stripes White Blood Cells3.0Tool Lateralus3.5Opeth Blackwater Park4.5Fear Factory Digimortal3.02000 Chroma Key You Go Now2.0Placebo Black Market Music4.0Green Day Warning2.5Bad Religion New America3.5Spock's Beard V4.0Deftones White Pony4.0Coldplay Parachutes3.0Fates Warning Disconnected4.0Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP4.51999 Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory4.0Opeth Still Life4.5Nine Inch Nails The Fragile3.0Engine Engine3.0Type O Negative World Coming Down4.0Jim Matheos Away with Words2.5Days Of The New Days of the New II3.0Anathema Judgement4.0Eminem The Slim Shady LP3.5Primus Antipop3.0Porcupine Tree Stupid Dream3.01998 Zebrahead Waste of Mind2.5Placebo Without You I'm Nothing4.5Fates Warning Still Life3.0Hole Celebrity Skin3.5Opeth My Arms, Your Hearse4.0Fear Factory Obsolete4.0Dave Matthews Band Before These Crowded Streets3.5Bad Religion No Substance2.0Chroma Key Dead Air For Radios2.51997 Metallica ReLoad2.0Hole My Body, The Hand Grenade3.5Deftones Around the Fur4.0Dream Theater Falling into Infinity3.0Genesis Calling All Stations1.5Lords of Acid Our Little Secret3.0Our Little Secret is a sexually charged array of industrial pop that succeeds it's predecessor at times, but it doesn't save it from being highly immature.Megadeth Cryptic Writings2.5Days Of The New Days of the New3.0Queensryche Hear in the Now Frontier2.0Primus The Brown Album3.0Fates Warning A Pleasant Shade of Gray3.0With an intricate account of depression, A Pleasant Shade of Gray is a consummate masterpiece of contemporary songwriting, a concept album unlike any other that shows pain can be beautiful.Royal Hunt Paradox3.51996 Tool Aenima4.0Type O Negative October Rust4.0Opeth Morningrise4.0Metallica Load2.0The Squirrel Nut Zippers Hot3.5The Suicide Machines Destruction By Definition4.0Bad Religion The Gray Race3.0Rush Test for Echo2.0Placebo Placebo3.01995 Voivod Negatron2.5No Doubt Tragic Kingdom3.5The Toadies Rubberneck2.5Fates Warning Chasing Time4.0Dream Theater A Change of Seasons4.0Primus Tales from the Punchbowl3.5Opeth Orchid3.5Fear Factory Demanufacture4.01994 Megadeth Youthanasia3.0Queensryche Promised Land3.0Dream Theater Awake4.5Awake tends to push away more than it attracts, but it's emotionally depressive attitude yields more rewarding listens than any other in Dream Theater's discography.Bad Religion Stranger Than Fiction3.0Fates Warning Inside Out3.0Hole Live Through This4.0Pantera Far Beyond Driven3.0Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral4.0Lords of Acid Voodoo-U3.01993 X Japan Art of Life4.5Art of Life is a progressive metal song that encompasses classical elements, and questions life itself. It's melodies are complex, and it's instrumentation is intricate. From the moments of piano grandeur to the enthralling power metal influence, Art of Life is guaranteed a classic from the first listen.Kate Bush The Red Shoes1.5Rush Counterparts4.5Nirvana In Utero4.0Voivod The Outer Limits3.0Jim Matheos First Impressions3.5Primus Pork Soda4.5Tool Undertow3.0Bad Religion Recipe for Hate3.5King's X Dogman3.5Type O Negative Bloody Kisses4.51992 Alice in Chains Dirt4.0Nine Inch Nails Broken4.0Megadeth Countdown to Extinction3.5Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark2.5Dream Theater Images and Words4.5Bad Religion Generator3.0King's X King's X3.0Pantera Vulgar Display Of Power4.51991 U2 Achtung Baby3.0Voivod Angel Rat3.5Soundgarden Badmotorfinger4.0Nirvana Nevermind3.5Pearl Jam Ten4.0Rush Roll the Bones2.0Metallica Metallica3.0Hole Pretty On The Inside2.5Primus Sailing the Seas of Cheese4.5Believer Sanity Obscure4.0Lords of Acid Lust4.0bout fucking timeFates Warning Parallels4.51990 Bad Religion Against the Grain4.5King's X Faith, Hope, Love3.5Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying1.5Megadeth Rust in Peace4.5Judas Priest Painkiller4.0Pantera Cowboys from Hell4.0Petra Beyond Belief3.0Primus Frizzle Fry4.0Queensryche Empire4.5Empire may have as much commercial acclaim as the underground acclaim of Operation: Mindcrime, but the effort is far more cold, calculated, and captivating than it's predecessor. In fact, the entire album is composed of hits, from the gliding Jet City Woman and The Thin Line to the title track and the exotic Della Brown. Then of course there's the massive crossover hit Silent Lucidity, and once you've heard it completely then you're hooked on Queensryche. Just be sure to check off One and Only as one of the band's most underrated songs.1989 Rush Presto2.5Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine4.5Anger, apathy, and the hopeless hidden cry for help. Trent Reznor's dance-like debut is much more than it seems. Filled with 80's snyth hooks and underground portentous feelings, Pretty Hate Machine is one of the most serious lyrical albums I've ever heard, and it hits home and the soul, especially when you can't even feel it. Suffering faith, loss of hope and a love that feels lost are all put into an album that defies what we cant say or express ourselves. Sometimes we fall so low in life that we just lose everything, and this album is exactly that.Voivod Nothingface4.5Soundgarden Louder Than Love3.0King's X Gretchen Goes to Nebraska4.5Nirvana Bleach3.0Dream Theater When Dream and Day Unite3.0Kate Bush The Sensual World3.5The Cult Sonic Temple3.5Fates Warning Perfect Symmetry4.0Bad Religion No Control4.51988 Bad Religion Suffer4.0Metallica ...And Justice for All3.5Slayer South of Heaven4.0It's darker, more complex and weighted. Slayer may not have matched their previous fame of Reign In Blood, but with this record they would have no need to. Even the songs that band has now disowned from this record are incredible. South of Heaven is the hidden achievement of their career, being constantly muddled in-between the landmark releases of Reign in Blood and Seasons in the Abyss.Voivod Dimension Hatross4.0Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime4.5Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son4.5King's X Out of the Silent Planet4.5Soundgarden Ultramega OK4.0Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!2.5Joy Division Substance3.5Fates Warning No Exit4.51987 Fleetwood Mac Tango In The Night3.0U2 The Joshua Tree3.5Petra This Means War!2.5Anthrax I'm The Man3.0Rush Hold Your Fire3.0Anthrax Among The Living4.5Dead Kennedys Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death4.51986 Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?4.0Kim Wilde Another Step2.0Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time3.5Judas Priest Turbo1.5Metallica Master of Puppets3.5Electric Light Orchestra Balance of Power2.0Queensryche Rage for Order2.5Kansas Power2.5Petra Back To The Street2.5Fates Warning Awaken The Guardian3.0Stryper To Hell With the Devil3.51985 Kate Bush Hounds of Love4.0Fates Warning The Spectre Within2.5Rush Power Windows3.0The Cult Love4.01984 U2 The Unforgettable Fire4.0The Unforgettable Fire is different from U2's other records. While the highlights are obvious, the ambient tracks are more than just filler. It's the only U2 album I can listen to from front to finish without feeling overwhelmed.Iron Maiden Powerslave4.5Metallica Ride the Lightning4.0Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith4.0Fates Warning Night On Bröcken2.5Petra Beat the System2.5Bad Religion Back to the Known3.0Queensryche The Warning3.0Rush Grace Under Pressure4.01983 Cyndi Lauper Shes So Unusual3.5Metallica Kill 'Em All4.0Kansas Drastic Measures2.5Iron Maiden Piece of Mind4.0U2 War3.5Bad Religion Into the Unknown3.0Queensryche Queensryche EP3.0Petra Not Of This World3.01982 Kate Bush The Dreaming3.0Judas Priest Screaming for Vengeance4.0Fleetwood Mac Mirage2.0Petra More Power To Ya3.0Basil Poledouris Conan The Barbarian4.5Rush Signals4.0Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast3.5Arnold Schwarzenegger Total Body Workout1.0Bad Religion How Could Hell Be Any Worse?3.0Kansas Vinyl Confessions3.0With the new recruitment of John Elefante, Kansas took on a new spirit. Many of the band members had claimed to have dreams and nightmares of God calling to them to become Christian believers. The band soon erupted into a breakup, with members converting to Christianity, but strangely Vinyl Confessions doesn't come off as pressuring as the CCM industry it would inspire. "Play the Game Tonight", "Right Away" and "Chasing Shadows" are all solid numbers for Kansas, played even to this day at their concerts.1981 Black Flag Damaged4.5King Crimson Discipline4.5Judas Priest Point of Entry2.0Rush Moving Pictures4.5Styx Paradise Theater3.5Bad Religion Bad Religion2.5Electric Light Orchestra Time3.0At times I wonder if ELO was screwing with us when they released Time. Amongst it's prog-pop sound are Jeff Lynne's tight harmonies and a symphony of epic proportions, and I know that Richard Tandy was the real master and inventor of the synthesizer.1980 Motorhead Ace of Spades4.5U2 Boy3.0Dead Kennedys Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables4.5Joy Division Closer4.5Judas Priest British Steel2.5Rush Permanent Waves4.51979 Styx Cornerstone3.0Fleetwood Mac Tusk3.5Electric Light Orchestra Discovery3.0This album isn't as bad as everyone makes it out to be. Yeah, its disco. Yeah, it's just as goofy as ABBA. Still, the tracks "Shine a Little Love", "Last Train to London", "Don't Bring Me Down", "Diary of Horace Wimp", and "Confusion" are all band hits, and they take up more than half the album. Even the bonus track isn't that bad.Joy Division Unknown Pleasures4.51978 Rush Hemispheres3.0Judas Priest Killing Machine3.5Blondie Parallel Lines4.0Styx Pieces of Eight3.0Judas Priest Stained Class4.51977 Electric Light Orchestra Out of the Blue3.0Billy Joel The Stranger3.5Styx The Grand Illusion4.0Judas Priest Sin After Sin3.0Fleetwood Mac Rumours4.51976 Styx Crystal Ball3.5Electric Light Orchestra A New World Record4.0Rainbow Rising4.0Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny4.0Scorpions Virgin Killer3.51975 Styx Equinox2.0Electric Light Orchestra Face the Music3.5Rush Caress of Steel2.0Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac4.0Rush Fly by Night3.01974 Electric Light Orchestra Eldorado, a Symphony4.5Rush Rush2.01971 The Doors L. A. Woman3.51970 Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory4.5The Doors Morrison Hotel3.51969 Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River4.01968 Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival4.01967 The Doors The Doors4.0Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow4.01957 John Coltrane Blue Train4.5
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