#1
Ok I am very confused, what was the very 1st Metal album to hit #1 on the Billboard chart?

Most sources, including VH1, say it was Metal Health by Quiet Riot, but others, also including VH1, claim it was Slave to the Grind by Skid Row. And some even go to the extent to say it was Far Beyond Driven by Pantera.

Can someone help please ?!?!?!

Oh yea, i dont care about the billboard charts but if im teaching little kids about metal i dont wanna sound like a retard (and my name is Limpbizkit69 so i aprobably look like george bush to most of you already). lol

thanks for your time
#3
metal health no doubt.
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Metal Health was the first Metal song at #1.
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it was slave to the grind that was first to debut at #1 but metal health was first to reach #1.
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it was slave to the grind that was first to debut at #1 but metal health was first to reach #1.

Slave to the Grind beats the **** out of Metal Health too. Those have got to be some of the best vocal performances in metal.
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"Slave to the Grind" was the first metal album to DEBUT at #1.

"Metal Health" was the first to HIT #1.
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Those have got to be some of the best vocal performances in metal.


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"Slave to the Grind" was the first metal album to DEBUT at #1.

"Metal Health" was the first to HIT #1.

exactly.