Pedro B.

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Last Active 04-29-20 1:18 pm
Joined 10-01-04

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Average Rating: 3.19
Rating Variance: 1.08
Objectivity Score: 92%
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5.0 classic
AC/DC High Voltage
AC/DC Live at Donington
Green Day Dookie
MC5 Kick Out the Jams
Metallica Ride the Lightning
New York Dolls Too Much Too Soon
Nirvana Nevermind
Quite simply, one of the most classic albums of all time. Nearly all, if not all, of the songs are classics, and members of the relevant generation(s) can still pull off their riffs and lyrics by heart upon the mere mention of their names. If you fancy yourself a music lover and you don't have this, then, my friend, stop fancying. Mandatory for all men, women, children and monkeys.
Sepultura Chaos A.D.
The Cult Electric

4.5 superb
Abandoned Forcefed (Demo)
AC/DC Highway To Hell
Alice Cooper Hey Stoopid
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Barfighter Barfighter
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Chumbawamba WYSIWYG
Death Leprosy
Enforcer Death By Fire
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Impellitteri Answer To The Master
Judas Priest British Steel
KISS Destroyer
KISS Dressed to Kill
MC5 Back In The USA
Metallica Master of Puppets
Monks Black Monk Time
Nirvana Incesticide
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Ozzy Osbourne Down to Earth
Poison Greatest Hits: 1986-1996
Poison Live, Raw & Uncut
Ramones Rocket to Russia
Ramones Leave Home
Scorpions Love At First Sting
Sepultura Beneath the Remains
The Doors The Doors
The Who Live at Leeds
Tinariwen Amassakoul
Warlock Triumph and Agony

4.0 excellent
2nd Suicide An Epitaph For The Proud
Ace Frehley Loaded Deck
Alice Cooper Trash
Alice Cooper The Last Temptation
All That Remains The Fall of Ideals
Austrian Death Machine Total Brutal
Barfighter Barfighter 2
Barfighter Barfighter 3
Billy Talent Dead Silence
Blink-182 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Bon Jovi Bon Jovi
Cream Strange Brew — The Very Best Of Cream
Damn Yankees Damn Yankees
Duff McKagan Believe In Me
Emerged Letting Go of Certainties
Enforcer Diamonds
Eyes Adrift Eyes Adrift
EZ Livin' After The Fire
Firehouse Firehouse
God Forbid Gone Forever
Green Day Insomniac
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown
Halford Resurrection
Judas Priest Living After Midnight
Julliet Julliet
Killswitch Engage Atonement II B-Sides for Charity
KISS Revenge
KISS The Very Best of Kiss
KISS Kiss Symphony: Alive IV
KISS Unmasked
Korn Life Is Peachy
Manowar Fighting the World
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
Motley Crue New Tattoo
Murderdolls Beyond The Valley of the Murderdolls
MxPx Before Everything & After
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade
Nostradameus The Prophet of Evil
Operation Ivy Energy
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
Paul Stanley Paul Stanley
Pennywise From The Ashes
Peter Criss Peter Criss
Phantom X Storm Riders
Pixies Doolittle 20th Anniversary Live Sampler
Poison The Best Of Poison: 20 Years Of Rock
Poison Open Up and Say... Ahh!
Rammstein Mutter
Ramones End of the Century
Ramones Animal Boy
RDGLDGRN Red Gold Green
Shonen Knife Osaka Ramones
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Slipknot Antennas to Hell
System of a Down Hypnotize
Tabula Rasa (USA - PA) People
The All-American Rejects The All-American Rejects
The Blocked Smashed Hits
The Darkness Permission to Land
The Darkness Hot Cakes
The Last Vegas Whatever Gets You Off
The Offspring Americana
The Toy Dolls Cheerio And Toodlepip: The Complete Singles
Three Days Grace One-X
Tinariwen The Radio Tisdas Sessions
Van Halen Van Halen
Whitesnake Starkers in Tokyo

3.5 great
2nd Suicide Epitaph For The Proud 2008
First of all, no; this isn't the same "An Epitaph For The Proud" which revealed a hungry young band called 2nd Suicide to the world back in 2006. Or rather, it is half of it. Coming about as the result of a contest win, "Epitaph 2008" features re-recordings of arguably the group's two best songs (although one does miss "Oblivion") and cleverly strays from material from the uninspired "Last of Kin". The benefit of a better production really helps "Epitaph For The Proud"'s qualities shine through, bringing out the song's rock'n'roll attitude in full. Conversely, however, "Garden of Stone" loses a little of its original personality with the re-recording, sounding a tad more generic than the original take., However, and despite the lack of any original material, this is still a recommended download for fans of the group and of melodeath in general. The fact that it's free only makes it that much better. Download it free at the group's website at
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC Ballbreaker
AC/DC Black Ice
Ace Frehley Frehley's Comet
Airbourne Runnin' Wild
Alice Cooper Constrictor
And Then There Were None Who Speaks For Planet Earth?
Barfighter Barfighter 4
Boss Hog Whiteout
Bowling for Soup Goes To The Movies
Calpurnia Scout
Corpus Christi The Darker Shades Of White
Destruction All Hell Breaks Loose
Enforcer Into The Night
Europe The Final Countdown
Fu Manchu California Crossing
Green Day Warning
Green Day American Idiot
Green Day Kerplunk
Green Day ¡UNO!
Grim Force Circulation to Conclusion
Hanson Middle of Nowhere
Heaven and Hell The Devil You Know
Helloween Pink Bubbles Go Ape
Idlewild Hope Is Important
Iron Maiden Virtual XI
Jay-Z and Linkin Park Collision Course
Jin The Rest Is History
Kill The Thrill 203 Barriers
KISS Love Gun
KISS Rock and Roll Over
KISS Psycho Circus
KISS Smashes, Thrashes And Hits
KISS Asylum
KISS Creatures of the Night
KISS Sonic Boom
KISS KISS Unplugged
KISS The Millennium Collection - Volume 2
Lauren Harris Calm Before the Storm
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Linkin Park Meteora
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Death Magnetic
New American Shame New American Shame
Nick Carter Now Or Never
Only Rivals Life Is Perfect
Paradise Lost Paradise Lost
Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In
Pretty Boy Floyd Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz
Ramones Mondo Bizarro
Rings of Saturn Embryonic Anomaly
Scarlet Grey Fancy Blood
Severed Fifth Denied By Reign
Simple Plan No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
Slayer Reign in Blood
Stiff Little Fingers Nobody's Hero
The Toy Dolls The Album After the Last One
Tigertailz Wazbones
Various Artists (Punk) Germs Of Perfection: A Tribute To Bad Religion
Various Artists (Rock) KISS My Ass: Classic KISS Regrooved
Werefox I Am Memory

3.0 good
AC/DC Back In Black
Typical case of an overrated album. The four famously classic tracks are undoubtedly very good, but there isn't much to listen to beyond them. The remaining tracks veer between passable and uninspired, and may not pass muster with a more demanding rock'n'roll fan. If you're looking to get into AC/DC, forget this one and get "Highway To Hell" instead; THAT'S the real classic.
AC/DC Let There Be Rock
AC/DC Fly On The Wall
AC/DC Powerage
AC/DC Power Up
Ace Frehley Anomaly
Ace Frehley Trouble Walkin'
Ace Frehley 12 Picks
Airbourne Ready To Rock
Airbourne No Guts. No Glory. (Special Edition)
Bad Religion 30 Years Live
Beyond Pink Beyond Pink
Billy Talent Watoosh!
Bret Michaels Country Demos
Chelsea Chelsea
Chosen Resolution
Corpus Christi A Feast for Crows
Danger Danger Danger Danger
Design the Skyline Nevaeh
Frank Stallone Frank Stallone
Frehley's Comet Live +1
Ginger Ten (Two)
Green Day 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours
Hawkwind In the Beginning
Intruder Psycho Savant
Joey Ramone Don't Worry About Me
KISS Alive!
KISS Hotter Than Hell
KISS Double Platinum
KISS You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best!!
Peter Criss Cat #1
Poison Flesh & Blood
Poison Swallow This Live
Poison Power To The People
Poison Hollyweird
Poison Seven Days Live
Revenge [FRA] Unbankable
Revenge [FRA] Fest Of Revenge
Rikki Rockett Glitter 4 Your Soul
Three Days Grace Three Days Grace
Tinariwen Imidiwan; Companions
Trust Company The Lonely Position of Neutral
Yesterday's Children Yesterday's Children

2.5 average
12 Stones 12 Stones
2nd Suicide Last Of Kin
Ace Frehley Ace Frehley
Ace Frehley Greatest Hits Live
Alice Cooper Toronto Rock'N'Roll Revival 1969, Vol.IV
Aqua Aquarium
Bret Michaels Freedom Of Sound
Firenote Firenote
Frehley's Comet Second Sighting
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Jonas Brothers It's About Time
KISS Hot in the Shade
KISS Monster
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Mastodon 9 Song Demo
Nirvana In Utero
No One No One
Even back in the nu-metal heyday, No One were always ?just another? band of the genre. They weren't even third tier, and that shows on this album. What we have here is basically the work of a (competent) fourth-tier nu-metal band. The sound is derivative, albeit at times engaging, the anger is processed, and even the titles are fairly typical.
To do this band justice, their album starts off pretty strong. Down on Me, Chemical and It's Real are all strong nu-metal tracks, and I actually get a kick out of listening to them. But the problem here is the same that affects most hip-hop albums - there are just too many tracks, which contributes greatly to a reduction of the listener's interest. Plus, the closer we get to the end, the less interesting the tracks become, and none of them are ever a patch on the first five.
Another interesting factor in the band's sound is that every other song sounds the same. All the odd-number songs sound like Slipknot/Downthesun and all the even-numbered ones sound like System of A Down/Korn/Dope.
All in all, then, this is the definition of an average album. Not bad by any stretch of the imagination, just derivative and a tad boring. If you're curious, try downloading Down on Me, Chemical and My Release, and just consign the rest of the album to eternal oblivion.
Pantera Far Beyond Driven
Papa Roach Infest
Paul Stanley Live to Win
Poison Crack A Smile...And More!
Poison Best of Ballads & Blues
Poison Poison'd!
Ramones Road to Ruin
Rust Shoot Them Higher
Scandal The Warrior
Sleep Parade Mr. Identify
Slipknot Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Three Days Grace Transit of Venus
Toxic Taste Toxification
Various Artists Dracula 2000 OST

2.0 poor
Accept Accept
Alerion Fledgling
Black Sheep (80s) Trouble In The Streets
Bret Michaels Songs Of Life
Bullfrog Bheer Bullfrog Bheer
Donots Better days not included
Full Devil Jacket Full Devil Jacket
Judas Priest Turbo
KISS Dynasty
KISS Killers
KISS The Box Set
KISS Jigoku-Retsuden
Lillian García Quiero Vivir
MC5 High Time
Paris Hilton Paris
Poison Native Tongue
Ramones Subterranean Jungle
Sound City Players Sound City: Real To Reel
Soundtrack (Film) Alvin and The Chipmunks
The Darkness One Way Ticket To Hell And Back
Three Days Grace Life Starts Now
Tinariwen Aman Iman: The Water Of Life
Wicked Lester The Complete Wicked Lester Sessions

1.5 very poor
Big Ball Hotter than Hell
Bret Michaels A Letter From Death Row
Bret Michaels Rock My World
FM Static Critically Ashamed
Gene Simmons Gene Simmons
Green Day Nimrod
Green Day iDOS!
LOL @ how many 1 ratings this already has. Doomed from the start. Fuck you Sputnik - these guys made Dookie and American Idiot, they deserve not to be pre-judged. But no - they're not post-rock or indie, so they suck, right? God, sometimes I hate this website.
KISS Crazy Nights
KISS Lick It Up
Lips Lips
Mortiis Perfectly Defect
Peter Criss Let Me Rock You
Samantha 7 Samantha 7
Severed Fifth Nightmares By Design
Tigertailz Thrill Pistol

1.0 awful
Bret Michaels Custom Built
Dee Dee Ramone Hop Around
Gene Simmons Asshole
KISS Animalize
KISS Music from "The Elder"
KISS Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions
Linkin Park Reanimation
MetaL BrotherS Thunders - Demo
Metallica St. Anger
Milli Vanilli All Or Nothing
Pantera Metal Magic
If you never thought you'd see a song called "Ride My Rocket" on a Pantera album, boy, do we have an album for you!

"Metal Magic" sees the Texas quartet, then led by terrible singer Terry Glaze, embark in a piss-poor brand of hard'n'heavy with shameless glam overtones. There's even an attemptive ballad with keyboards! The songs veer between the unremarkable and the god-awful, often directly ripping off KISS, an admitted influence for the Darrell brothers. Heck, "Ride My Rocket" itself rips its title off an Ace Frehley song and its music off "Detroit Rock City"! The sad part is, it doesn't get much better from there, causing this album to be almost completely worthless. The only nearly acceptable song is the title track, whose riff hints at what would come years later.

Unfortunately, there would still be two more albums of this tripe before Pantera came to their senses, switched Glaze for Phil Anselmo, and set about redefining thrash metal. Avoid.
Peter Criss Out Of Control
Peter Criss One For All
Sid Vicious Sid Sings
Steven Seagal Songs From the Crystal Cave
Tantric Tantric
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Coming Out Of Their Shells
Vanilla Ice To the Extreme
Village People We Want You: Very Best Of The Village People
Whitefoxx Whitefoxx
Your Own Destroyer Demo

Westlife World Of Our Own

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