09:31 - Lethrokai ...albums released from that point are more likely to have lower ratings. (+vote abusing has become more noticeable...) It's a pattern you'll find on most music rating sites.
09:27 - Lethrokai Eh, the rise in popularity of the internet explains that best. New albums are always judged more harshly upon their initial release, and as such with more people to judge those new albums due to the rise in internet popularity...
08:45 - Moose Interesting... Axioma Ethica Odini by Enslaved (2010) is the most recent album in the top 200. Meanwhile, 67 albums from the 00's feature in the list.
07:25 - Soulhole new soilwork, nile, and ahab today. im in valhala!
05:31 - no one kiwi, your names a bit false advertising isn't it?
04:53 - LeKiwi I believe Digipak needs to capitalised as it is a registered trademark, where as digipack simply refers to that style of packaging. Not entirely sure...digipack might just be a spelling mistake, however logical :P
04:40 - no one OMG! METAL ARCHIVES MADE A SPELLING MISTAKE!! : O
Disc I 01. Stay Hungry 02. We're Not Gonna Take It 03. Burn In Hell 04. Horror-Teria (The Beginning) 1 - Captain Howdy 2 - Street Justice 05. I Wanna Rock 06. The Price 07. Don't Let Me Down 08. The Beast 09. S.M.F.
Disc II[25th Anniversary Edition] 01. Death From Above 02. Prime Motivator 03. We're Not Gonna Take It [Early Demo] 04. Death Run 05. This One's For You 06. S.M.F. [Early Demo] 07. We're Coming On 08. Call My Name 09. Burn In Hell [Early Demo] 10. Pay The Price 11. What's Love Without You 12. Our Voice Will Be Heard 13. You've Got To Fight 14. The Price [Early Demo] 15. Stay Hungry [Early Demo] 16. Kmet Radio Spot 17. 30 [New Song] 18. Untitled [hidden track]
Twisted Sister had been touring and playing for years and years prior to the mainstream success of "Stay Hungry". "We're Not Gonna Take It" and "I Wanna Rock" received massive airplay on MTV. The videos became so popular that they became synonymous with the band and their core fan base jumped ship as the masses came on board.
Back in 1984, history was created for a certain cross-dressing, makeup-clad hard rock band. The album was Stay Hungry, and this year marks its 25th anniversary along with a re-mastered version of the album complete with a second disc of previously unreleased tracks written at the time. This anniversary edition also includes a booklet with the history of this monumental album describing the troubles the band had at the time, and also the successes gained off its back.