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Alexskywalker

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  28.11.2008 at 11:26
I mean by Greatest metal music ensembles, which band in your opinion has the best combination of musicians, IMO Dream Theater has the greatest music ensembles, because they have one of the best drummers, guitarist and keyboardist.
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nobody

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  28.11.2008 at 11:34
Only one Rush and dont aks me why because you shood know it if you know anything about muisc they are 3 and get such sound , no doubt Rush
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  28.11.2008 at 12:04
Led Zeppelin hands down, I'm sure many will agree with me on this one. Everyone in Zep were top notch musicians, all fitting together perfectly, no one seemed out of place - ever.

Also the original Danzig line-up, for the first 2 albums the chemistry just seemed flawless, musically speaking.
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Sunioj

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  28.11.2008 at 14:11
Burzum.

Oh wait...
Nightmare^

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  28.11.2008 at 15:19
IMO Dream Theater has one of the best lineups, but i really hate their vocals. They ruin some of their best songs. Almost the same goes for Nevermore, great musicians but although Warell has an amazing voice, I'd prefer plenty of their songs with another, more heavy vocals. For example, the song "I Voyager" has very aggressive music but gay vocals

As for my personal favourites, Control Denied or Death after the Sound Of Perseverance had a great lineup, really fitting with each other. Another one would be Necrophagist, back to their Epitaph album lineup. This goes because i still haven't heard any of Sami Raatikainen's work with them, just watched him live.
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  28.11.2008 at 22:42
I'm gonna say Rush. Every person in that band seemed to have pioneered something with their instruments. Each one is a legend at what they do.
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  28.11.2008 at 22:51
Right now, I'd say Death on "Human" or maybe Control Denied. The whole Rush hype is really curious to me... I listened to "2112" and a recent TOP 100 newcomer "Moving Pictures" and I don't get why they are so praised. It's been only one time each. Maybe later, I will be able to evaluate them decently. And it's also interesting how people describe their drummer saying he is like very melodic and just by his drumming he creates riffs or something. Anyway, my point is... so far I don't see anything great about their musicianship.
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  28.11.2008 at 23:17
I'd have to agree on Dream Theater. everyone of them is just great with their instrument, playing it amazingly and also making it sound good. they're a really great band, one of my favs
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Alexskywalker

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  29.11.2008 at 12:20
Written by Nightmare^ on 28.11.2008 at 15:19

IMO Dream Theater has one of the best lineups, but i really hate their vocals. They ruin some of their best songs. Almost the same goes for Nevermore, great musicians but although Warell has an amazing voice, I'd prefer plenty of their songs with another, more heavy vocals. For example, the song "I Voyager" has very aggressive music but gay vocals

As for my personal favourites, Control Denied or Death after the Sound Of Perseverance had a great lineup, really fitting with each other. Another one would be Necrophagist, back to their Epitaph album lineup. This goes because i still haven't heard any of Sami Raatikainen's work with them, just watched him live.

I agree with you Dream Theater's vocals are kind of poor
Andresopeth

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  28.05.2009 at 23:14
Led Zeppelin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
every member of that band knows what to do, i think is the best line up ever!
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Bluesman

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  29.05.2009 at 15:20
Blind Guardian, no question about it.... no line-up changes for about 20 years and kicking of ass is unlimited.
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BestMetalstormer

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  03.10.2009 at 10:44
I think Haggard, they are not flawless but their Ensembles need to be good at control and coordination.
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  21.10.2009 at 20:32
Does War Ensemble count?
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  21.10.2009 at 21:43
Written by BestMetalstormer on 03.10.2009 at 10:44

I think Haggard, they are not flawless but their Ensembles need to be good at control and coordination.

Haggard has my vote too, especially live they were so awesome!
STEELER

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From: USA

  01.11.2009 at 03:02
Iron maiden....piece of mind-seventh son era....
Doc Godin
Just a guy

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  01.11.2009 at 03:11
Written by Andresopeth on 28.05.2009 at 23:14

Led Zeppelin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
every member of that band knows what to do, i think is the best line up ever!

Without question. There will never be another band with the chemistry that Zep had.
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Immortal

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  04.01.2010 at 11:16
I think as a super-group, Bloodbath are pretty awesome.
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  04.01.2010 at 12:07
When it comes to metal then it's Dream Theater, no doubt. Such a skilled ensemble of musicians, they always keep on stunning me. For rock music it's hands down Rush. For probably the same reasons as DT.
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  16.08.2011 at 15:54
Megadeth on Rust In Peace. Dave Mustaine, Friedman, Ellefson..... Top notch dudes.
lordchadi

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  12.02.2012 at 06:35
Death - Individual Thought Patterns ( chuck , Andy la roque , gene hoglain )
iron maiden for sure
Infernal Eternal

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  26.07.2013 at 11:15
Sex Pistols! Shit, I'm trolling again!
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  26.07.2013 at 16:19
How about the King Diamond lineup on the 1st 2 albums. Diamond, Denner, LaRoque, Dee and Hansen.
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  10.08.2013 at 20:21
Windir, the album 1184 proved their talents each of members.

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