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Some Landmark Albums That Change My Life: Strike

List idea from AgentDeathbat.
1Coheed and Cambria
From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness

My first "prog rock" album and still my favorite C&C to this day.
Ride the Lightning

The first Metallica songs I heard ("Fade to Black" and "For Whom The Bell Tolls") and my first Metallica album.
3Linkin Park
Hybrid Theory

I'm a 90's baby and liked LP when I was younger. Honorable mention goes to Meteora.
4Breaking Benjamin

First post-grunge/alt. metal album. I felt so hardcore having this.
Reign in Blood

First Slayer album and still the best to this day. Dave was a big influence on me as a drummer and inspired me to play fast.
The Eminem Show

First rap album and still a very solid one. Also helped me deal with life when I was taken away from my family when FDCF (Florida Department of Children and Families) got involved and was put into a horrible harbinger house for almost a year.
Invisible Touch

First Genesis songs I've heard (basically all the singles) and first Genesis album. Still a great one imo.
8Metal Church
Generation Nothing

First Metal Church album and the one that got me into the band.
9Black Sabbath

A timeless classic and my first BS album.
10Guns N' Roses
Appetite for Destruction

Many people know I hate Axhole Rose and don't like GnR, but there was a time I liked this. Also my first hard rock album.
Hot Shot

Grew up with this so I have a soft-spot for Shaggy.
12Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

Album called out to me after my uncle Vinny passed almost 11 years ago. To this day remains my favorite album of all time and holds a special place in my heart.
Cowboys from Hell

Played a big role in leaning me towards my thrash metal binge some off years ago. Still holds up pretty well today. Honorable mentions go to Far Beyond Driven and Vulgar, but I don't like those ones very much anymore.
14Ariana Grande
Dangerous Woman

I have a soft-spot for pop music, but this was the first pop album I loved in its entirety. I liked a lot of pop songs from pop albums not not necessarily the albums overall. Album rules, and so does Ari.
15Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast

My first NWOBHM album and my first Iron Maiden album.

One of my first hard rock albums and my first rocker chick crush.
17Avril Lavigne
Let Go

Again...90's baby, and this thing was everywhere.
The Sickness

19Snoop Dogg

Got me into more black rap. fo' shizzle
20Beastie Boys
Licensed to Ill

Fell in love on first listen and played an important role for appreciating hip hop.
21Shadows Fall
Threads of Life

I don't love these guys, but I got this when it first came out and played a big role in appreciating thrash metal (which has been my favorite genre since).

2001/2002 were great years for me as far as pop/pop rock/hip hop is concerned, and this was one of the ones my mom loved that she got me into.
Countdown to Extinction

First Megadeth album and basically soldified my status as a thrasher.
24Green Day
American Idiot

First punk album and a good one.
25Faith No More
The Real Thing

First alt. album and made me appreciate the funkier, more experimental side of rock.

The album that made me curious about death metal and black metal.
The Return of the Darkness and Evil

The first black metal album I fell in love with.

My first death metal album and among the greatest ever made.
10,000 Days

I don't love Tool, but this was my first Tool album and one of the important albums for my appreciation for prog. music.
30Alice in Chains

First grunge album and still the best.
31Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin IV

John Bonham was the fucking man and a big influence on me as a drummer, especially for drum tuning.
32Phil Collins
No Jacket Required

Also one of my biggest influences as a drummer and my first Phil Collins album.
33Maroon 5
Songs About Jane

If any band solidified my favoritism for the poppier side of music, it's these guys.
34Justin Timberlake

2002 as mentioned before was a great year for me. This was one of those albums my mom and I wanted to have mostly due to Nsync.
35Anal Cunt
It Just Gets Worse

Nothing more to say. Best shit ever made.
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