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10 years under the influence of sput

Minus turned ten last month and I forgot!
1Black Sabbath
Master of Reality

I had an account prior to this, but I've neglected it from the cringe of 9th grade me. I do remember when I made this new account that I binged mikesn's reviews of all the Black Sabbath albums
2Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast

And also these ones

And let us never forget me finding this website due to the 5/5 star rating found on Wikipedia accredited to Sputnikmusic.com, the premier source for music reviews and music news, covering the best albums in indie, metal, and punk.
4Fear Factory

Anyway that old account is obsolete.
5Dead Kennedys
Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables

So let me first take a look at my first ever list on this site, made when I was 16 (made by this stud https://imgur.com/a/hoDPRaC) "My Favorite Punk/hardcore Bands"
First was DK, which yeah, that still probably tracks still. They're amazing and introduced me to the genre.
Static Age

This also still tracks, amazing collection of tracks, 5/5 can't argue with myself here.
7Dropkick Murphys
The Meanest of Times

Here's where my shit taste really takes hold. Still have a soft spot for Dropkick, but around this time I was absolutely spellbound by the Nickelback of Boston. What can I say, I was.... and am... a sucker for banjos with aggressive music.

Oh yeah, I fucking loved Hatebreed as well, based pick of course. No flaws in this band at all, poetry in music, technicality on full display. The best hardcore punk band of all time no doubt.
9The Suicide Machines
Destruction By Definition

Another timeless band from the most timeless genre, ska punk. But to be fair this album still owns, and this band still fuckin rules.
10Rise Against
The Sufferer and the Witness

I was 16. This is baby's first punk band, now please don't ask me if I still jam Rise Against because I'm 27 and it is just sorta sad at this point.
11Minor Threat
Minor Threat

I'm almost certain I edited this list a few times, cause I clearly remember Agnostic Front here. I think this was probably one of the bands I added to feel cooler.
12A Wilhelm Scream
Career Suicide

This was my introduction to modern punk. Came from a metal/thrash background so hearing the blistering solos this band throws into their songs really spoke to me. The middle two albums are still modern classics to be honest
13Streetlight Manifesto
Everything Goes Numb

I will never take any streetlight slander, the best ska band of all time, fuck it.
I remember walking the halls after class and someone painted the album cover for this and I always wanted to meet them but never did, in hindsight it was probably some band kid.
14Black Flag

Baby's first hardcore band.
15Godspeed You! Black Emperor
F♯ A♯ ∞

Now here's just a bunch of albums that I got into because of sputnikmusic.com, the premier source for music reviews and music news, covering the best albums in indie, metal, and punk.
Thanks for making me less cringe, which is not saying too much because I'm still using a music forum website.
16Brand New
The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me

And fuck you for making this my former second favorite album
17Johnny Foreigner
Waited Up 'til It Was Light

I'd shoutout some peeps, but a bunch of these albums I have found through friends on this site, I think you'd know who you are by the albums.
18Massive Attack
19Robbie Basho
Visions of The Country
Viet Cong

and of course for papa's incredible post-punk lists which gave me content for years.
21Ornette Coleman
The Shape of Jazz to Come
22Moon Kissed
I’d Like to Tell You Something Important
23The Gaslight Anthem
The '59 Sound
24One Inch Punch/Mid Youth Crisis
Ignorant Bliss
25Kendrick Lamar
good kid, m.A.A.d city
Dots and Loops
27Thinking FellersUnion Local 282
Strangers From the Universe
28Alkaline Trio
I Lied My Face Off
29Chris Bell
I Am The Cosmos
30Black Eyes
Black Eyes

check fugazi
32Hop Along
Get Disowned
33The Smith Street Band
No One Gets Lost Anymore
Dear You
35This Heat
Take The Kids Off Broadway
37Bomb the Music Industry!
Get Warmer
38Stuck Out Here
Until We're Each Someone Else

Knew this band from my bandcamp days, but I remember someone bringing this album to my attention when the band was a distant memory, and i adore it
Never Better

My gateway album to rap music
Everyone I've Ever Loved
Kid A
42Helena Deland
Someone New
Everything Else Matters
44Portrayal of Guilt
Let Pain Be Your Guide
Chaos is Me
46Cara Neir
Part III / Part IV
47Simeon ten Holt
Canto Ostinato
48Brutus (BE)
Politicos Muertos

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