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Random Question/random List

Okay, random question time, what exactly is "objectivity"? I've never really noticed it until today, but I'm curious, is it better to have a lower, or higher percentage. For instance my percent is 83. Anyways, 5 random albums I've been enjoying a lot lately.
1Dark Millennium
Ashore the Celestial Burden

This album is really, really, really awesome, really. I'm not very big on doom metal, but this death/doom hybrid is nothing short of amazing. Though the vocals were initially a turn off.
The Key

Not sure why I hadn't given this album a shot in the past. I kept putting off, until a couple months ago. This album must have been an odd apple when it was released. Death metal with keyboards? lolwut.
3Lost Soul
Immerse In Infinity

This album was criminally overlooked. I seriously still don't get why this album was overlooked, it was easily one of the best of 09, yet barely received mention at all.
4Destroyer 666
Cold Steel...for an Iron Age

This album has been in my collection for some time, but recently I decided to revisit this album, and quickly remembered why I gave it a 4.5. It's that good, and while I tend to noticed older D666 albums getting the nod as their best, Cold Steel is, in my opinion, hands down their best full length album to date.
5(the) Plasmarifle
While You Were Sleeping the World Changed in an In

Yet another criminally overlooked album (more so than Lost Soul's latest outing). Not sure how to classify this album, my best guess would be deathgrind - with breakdowns. It's essentially technical deathcore, done really fast. Only not in the vein of, say, The Red Chord's first album. The vocals are rather run of the mill, but the album is chalk full of really catchy, and creative riffs.
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