The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time

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  1. BanditPanda

    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    Ok, Judas Priest in the top 3. This list has my stamp of approval. :)

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    Some things are off British Steel ? What about Sad Wings , Stained Class and Hell Bent for Leather ? Blizzard could be my number 1 , Bark at the Moon should be up there . Rust in Peace should be higher . Master of Puppets , Pantera Cowboys from Hell ! No early Scorpions with Uli ? Idiots.
    Iron Maiden Number of the Beast , great album. Piece of Mind should be up there ?
     
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    Reign in Blood should be in the top three.
     
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    Good list. Only 3 bands I wasn't familiar with, but will be checking out, thanks to you BP

    Noice!
     
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    Lots on there that I’ve never heard of so I have some research to do :)

    Interesting to see Baroness on there (#83) as I literally came across them about a week ago on YouTube and am really liking them. I think they were linked to a Mastodon video I was watching. I personally think Van Halen’s Fair Warning album should have been on the list before Women and Children First, but that’s just my opinion.
     
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    The Black Album shouldn't even been in there, except as honorable mention as to how a "metal band" can sell 16 million records.
     
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    It was certainly metal. Not thrash, but def metal.
    More metal than Jethro Tull.
     
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    Typically I detest the magazine.
    But I like the bands that are in this .
    A great way of knowing your metal and a good way of finding some stuff I haven’t heard. Regardless of when it came out.
    Cheers
    Thanks BP for posting
     
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    What???? These guys didn't make the cut?????

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    Some of the most brutal stuff ever. Kyuss?????? I traded that CD for a joint...........
     
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