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Join date: Apr 2009
122 IQ
#2
AFI by AFI, it is just so raw and punk sounding, a lot of really catchy songs on there too
pretanga
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Join date: Jun 2008
359 IQ
#3
the black album no need to mention the bands name....the peak of metallica
ryanfit4battle
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Join date: Mar 2009
330 IQ
#5
Descendents-Milo Goes to College. its 23 minutes of pure bliss. its so fast and chaotic. it changed the way i saw music. buy this album now
ibz_bucket
Land
Join date: Mar 2009
628 IQ
#6
Either Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd or Giant Robot by Buckethead.
tinyterror
UG Member
Join date: Mar 2009
148 IQ
#7
Led Zeppelin IV. I can listen to the whole thing straight through without skipping songs, and it has a good flow to it. I know that in the world of Itunes, listening to whole albums isn't happening as much, so that's why I'm posting LedZep IV. It holds together as a whole album.
Last edited by tinyterror at Apr 2, 2009,
ryanfit4battle
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#8
Quote by pretanga
the black album no need to mention the bands name....the peak of metallica

uh no its not
madmitch411
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26 IQ
#9
Master of Puppets - Metallica
every song on the album is awesome
MY BAND

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doofus41
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Join date: Aug 2007
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#11
...And Justice for All - Metallica... the real peak
therussian
For the Motherland
Join date: Jan 2007
515 IQ
#12
Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time
For y'all have knocked her up.
I have tasted the maggots in the mind of the universe
I was not offended
For I knew I had to rise above it all
Or drown in my own shit.
Koshman32
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#14
Quote by pretanga
the black album no need to mention the bands name....the peak of metallica

I agree that it was a peak in Metallica's career cause everything pretty much went downhill from there
luyano
Hola
Join date: Aug 2007
1,097 IQ
#15
The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

all the songs have a meaning
it takes me to another place when i listen it
Hola.
neidnarb11890
so bored with the USA
Join date: Mar 2006
270 IQ
#16
24 Hour Revenge Therapy by Jawbreaker, because it's amazing.
Draken
waiting for the 6th world
Join date: Apr 2005
3,112 IQ
#17
Discovery by Daft Punk it's just so brilliantly crafted and intelligent.
Gris-Gris-Man
savage
Join date: Jul 2008
467 IQ
#19
Apostrophe by Frank Zappa
or
Blow by Blow by Jeff Beck

i really cant pick
'Music is the best"
Zappa
DownInAHole.
swag on my dick
Join date: Jul 2006
2,756 IQ
#20
Errr...

I really like Frank Zappa's Jazz From Hell, Mastodon's Blood Mountain, Ulver's Bergtatt, and Mr. Bungle's Disco Volante.

I honestly can't pick.
LOL
thefeedingend
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#23
It's a tie between

The Receiving End of Sirens - Between the Heart and the Synapse

and

The Mars Volta - Deloused in the Comatorium
K1992
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#24
...And Justice For All - Metallica

MoP is too overplayed, and so is One ever since GH, but other than One, every song on ...And Justice For All makes my ass tingle
DownInAHole.
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#25
Overplayed? Since when does commercialization of an album make it not great? Yeah, I try to avoid Nirvana every chance I get, but that doesn't change the fact that Nevermind is one of the best ever.
LOL
Doppelgänger
imma ruin you сunt
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#26
Quote by DownInAHole.
Errr...

I really like Frank Zappa's Jazz From Hell, Mastodon's Blood Mountain, Ulver's Bergtatt, and Mr. Bungle's Disco Volante.

I honestly can't pick.

Listening to that right now. I've never really delved into black metal too much, but I have to say I quite like it.

As for my favourite album, it's probably The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady by Charles Mingus.
patbuck2
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Join date: Oct 2008
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#27
My favorite album is Tool's Lateralus because it was the first album by them that I bought. It got me into them and it pretty much made me into a metalhead and no turning back. Plus, it has a lot of absolutely great songs on it. It made Tool my favorite band.
ThinLizzyFan
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#28
My favourite album... Hmm theres quite a few, well it's out of Jailbreak (Thin Lizzy), Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd) or DSOTM (Pink Floyd)
If life gives you oranges, say "f*ck oranges" and bail.

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Anghellic
Prowler In The Yard
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#29
Greyest of Blue Skies by Finger Eleven. Honestly, I don't think I'll ever get tired of listening to it.
busa54
19541985
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#30
Metal: A tie between Raining Blood and Seasons In The Abyss by Slayer.
Non-metal but still rock music: Whatever People Say I Am Thats What Im Not - Arctic Monkeys.
If something is nothing it must not be something in any possible way
Nirvatallica
Banned
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#31
3 way tie between Nirvana's In Utero, Soundgarden's SuperUnkown, and Black Sabbath's Master of Reality.
dizkonnektid
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#32
Quote by luyano
The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

all the songs have a meaning
it takes me to another place when i listen it


I will definitely second that - this album set the standard for all concept work for the last 30+ years - and will certainly inspire for the next 30+...

Honorable mentions

The Blackening - In a time where a rock band needs to appeal to skanky women to be successful, Machine Head decided to drop a little jewel for the the metal head that were tired of the Nickleback's & Buck Cherry's of this world. It won the 2007 Grammy for Best Metal Album - and received little to no airplay, as Robert Flynn said he didn't care if it wasn't radio friendly because "Heavy Metal needs this."

Iowa - I personally believe that this album was Slipknot's strongest album - it represents the entire reason I ever listened to them
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DeltaFunk
Is on a Boat
Join date: Oct 2008
853 IQ
#33
Oh damn, I can't pick just one, I'll just throw out some of my Tops

Stadium Arcadium - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magic - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ten - Pearl Jam
Songs For the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age
Second Stage Turbine Blade - Coheed & Cambria
Rage Against the Machine - Rage Against the Machine
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crazy8rgood
I'malrightifyou'realright
Join date: Dec 2007
776 IQ
#35
Tough question...

Either Pink Floyds "The Wall", "Dark Side of the Moon", "Animals", or "Wish You Were Here". Maybe "A Momentary Lapse of Reason", seeing as it's the album that got me into Pink Floyd.

Can't decide, all absolutely amazing albums. "Meddle" is pretty damn good, too.

But, if I had to choose an album that WASN'T Pink Floyd, I would choose either Wolfmother's self-titled (I seriously think I may be the only one who thinks it's absolutely amazing) Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti"/"Led Zeppelin IV", or Nine Inch Nails "Year Zero". Or U2's "The Joshua Tree", for personal reasons.
Last edited by crazy8rgood at Apr 7, 2009,
21fretz
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#37
any Windham Hell album..from a guitar players point of view
groovy-elephant
Pentatonic Maniac
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#38
Electric Ladyland - Jimi Hendrix
Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan
The Doors - The Doors
sgtpeppers445
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#39
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway by Genesis, such and adventrous concept coupled with vivd imagery and flawless instrumentation changed the way i looked at music as a whole.
njm0830
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#40
the receiving end of sirens-between the heart and the synapse