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1. Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar
1996 Poseer number 1
2. Limp Bizkit - Significant Other
1999
3. Bruce Dickinson - Skunkworks
1996
4. KISS - Unmasked
1980
5. Manowar - Kings Of Metal MMXIV
2014
6. Deep Purple - Slaves And Masters
1990
7. Danzig - Skeletons
2015
8. Motörhead - Snake Bite Love
1998
9. Raven - The Pack Is Back
1985
10. Jag Panzer - Dissident Alliance
1994
11. Dio - Angry Machines
1996 The only DIO Record I’m never get it a weak record from one of my favorites bands
12. Def Leppard - X
2002
13. Sonic Syndicate - We Rule The Night
2010
14. Alice Cooper - Zipper Catches Skin
1982 Posser number 2
15. Uriah Heep - Raging Silence
1989
16. Diamond Head - Canterbury
1983
17. Girlschool - Running Wild
1985
18. Metallica - Re-Load
1997 St. Anger it was bad but for me this record its worst
19. Black Sabbath - 13
2013 They done great music with Dio and T Martin, why they come back with Ozzy?
20. Whitesnake / David Coverdale - Restless Heart [Collaboration]
1997
21. Amorphis - Far From The Sun
2003
22. Judas Priest - Ram It Down
1988 If a metal record has Johny B Goode as a cover, not a good sign
23. Tygers Of Pan Tang - Burning In The Shade
1987
24. Cradle Of Filth - Thornography
2006
25. Slayer - Diabolus In Musica
1998 When great bands cover other artists in the peak?
26. Misfits - The Devil's Rain
2011
27. Anvil - Pounding The Pavement
2018
28. Dream Theater - The Astonishing
2016 Boring record nothing good from…
29. Venom - The Waste Lands
1992 another piece
30. Celtic Frost - Cold Lake
1988 Celtic Frost goes Glam?
31. Accept - Eat The Heat
1989 after great records. Accept was disbanded pretty forgettable
32. Exodus - Force Of Habit
1992 Experimental record not good
33. Morbid Angel - Illud Divinum Insanus
2011 What?, Morbid DJ
34. Method Of Destruction - Busted, Broke & American
2017
35. Budgie - Deliver Us From Evil
1982
36. Suicidal Tendencies - Free Your Soul And Save My Mind
2000 Not a good record try funky try punk
37. Ozzy Osbourne - Down To Earth
2001 Ozzy goes Industrial metal
38. In Flames - Siren Charms
2014
39. Saxon - Innocence Is No Excuse
1985 for me Saxon last classic record was crusader they try to do crusader part 2 ?
40. Sodom - 'Til Death Do Us Unite
1997 At the end of the nineties Teutonic Thrash starting to try new formulas more experimental and industrial.
41. Machine Head - Supercharger
2001 Not Good
42. Nightwish - Imaginaerum (The Score)
2012
43. Kreator - Endorama
1999 same as Sodom
44. Megadeth - Risk
1999 a bad Experiment
45. Tankard - Tankwart - Himbeergeist Zum Frühstück
1996 Teutonics goes wrong
46. Tarja - The Brightest Void
2016
47. Children Of Bodom - Blooddrunk
2008
48. Pantera - Reinventing The Steel
2000 Never like this band I have little respect for the previous records, but this one its really bad
49. Exciter - Exciter (O.T.T.)
1988
50. Helstar - Multiples Of Black
1995
51. Sepultura - Against
1998 the decadence of sepultura starting few years earlier with roots thats experimentation with native music that I never like, this record its worst and until Quadra they doesn’t sound good
52. Vicious Rumors - Something Burning
1996
53. Loudness - Heavy Metal Hippies
1994
54. Tank - Still At War
2002 Far from their previous works
55. Riot - Through The Storm
2002 Riot lost something with this record … too comercial
56. Metal Church - This Present Wasteland
2008 Not good not heavy don’t like it
57. AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
1981 After the super success with back in black, they done this record advantage the super seller of B&B with just 2 good songs and the rest totally forgettable mediocre too much reverb doesn’t sound great.
58. Scorpions - Eye To Eye
1999 This poppy effort sounds like Richard Marx and Madonna
59. Fear Factory - Transgression
2005 Pantera meets the factory
60. Destruction - The Least Successful Human Cannonball
1998 Destruction groove experience
61. Flotsam And Jetsam - Unnatural Selection
1999 another bad expensive
62. Mr. Big - Bump Ahead
1993 this record its a ballad record
63. Voivod - Infini
2009 away its away
64. Disturbed - Evolution
2018 Nu metal as its worst
65. Nuclear Assault - Out Of Order
1991A pitty great band doing that kind of record
66. Helloween - Pink Bubbles Go Ape
1991 after the seventh key duology they make this far from PM of the previous
67. Whiplash - Cult Of One
1996 not the original sound
68. Crimson Glory - Strange And Beautiful
1991
69. Omen - Escape To Nowhere
1988 after 3 or four records Omen lost the way and the worst Radarlove cover ever.
70. Cloven Hoof - Resist Or Serve
2014 CH used to have great records this record is weak
71. Soulfly - Archangel
2015 not a good band not a good album
72. Aska - Aska
1994 great band mediocrity album
73. Rainbow - Bent Out Of Shape
1983
74. Guns N' Roses - "The Spaghetti Incident?"
1993 When a band made an album full of covers, you have to worried
75. Mötley Crüe - Generation Swine
1997 Even the band doesn’t know what happens here
76. Avantasia - The Scarecrow
2008 It’s enough with 2 albums of the same mega symphonic power metal big band.
77. Grave Digger - Witch Hunter
1985 Grave Digger its one of those band who repeats the same and every record looks like the same.
78. Rage - Wings Of Rage
2020 Rage has a golden era but like other german bands they repeat and repeat the same formula
79. Angel Witch - As Above, So Below
2012 good one record band
80. Razor - Decibels
1997 not average of this great band
81. Ektomorf - Hangok
1996
82. UFO - Misdemeanor
1985
83. Krokus - Change Of Address
1986 this band has to retire after Headhunter
84. System Of A Down - System Of A Down
1998
85. Extreme - Extreme II: Pornograffitti
1990 Good musicians bad records
86. Dokken - Shadowlife
1997 Very disappointed
87. Anorexia Nervosa - Exile
1997
88. Dark Angel - Time Does Not Heal
1991
89. Forbidden - Green
1997 I didn’t know this record exists until few years ago.
90. Slipknot - Slipknot
1999 If you love Nu Metal you gonna love this record
91. Vio-lence - Nothing To Gain
1993 Vio-Lence just made me ne great record the rest it’s pretty forgettable
92. Testament - Demonic
1997 Very heavy record, a bit of extreme-death metal but doesn’t sound like Testament
93. Overkill - The Killing Kind
1996 another kind of experimentation
94. Anthrax - Stomp 442
1995 John Bush almost ruin this career with Anthrax especially with Stomp and Volume 8
95. Annihilator - Remains
1997 this is not Alice on Hell
96. Dimmu Borgir - For All Tid
1995
97. White Zombie - Soul-Crusher
1988 never like White Zombie but this record sucks
98. Xentrix - Scourge
1996
99. Tesla - Real To Reel, Vol. 2
2007 when a good band making 2 records of covers for selling records ?
100. W.A.S.P. - Helldorado
1999
101. Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror
2003 Everything from Korn is bad but this record its terrible
102. Burzum - Sôl Austan, Mâni Vestan
2013 worst record
103. Poison - Hollyweird
2002 I m only listen 1 song
104. Michael Angelo Batio - Soul In Sight
2016
105. The Great Kat - Worship Me Or Die!
1987
106. Helix - No Rest For The Wicked
1983 Unfortunately Helix try to sound great but they never do
107. Virgin Steele - Ghost Harvest - Vintage II - Red Wine For Warning
2018
108. Prong - Scorpio Rising
2003
109. Holy Martyr - Darkness Shall Prevail
2017
110. Ministry - AmeriKKKant
2018



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19.11.2021 - 13:55
Blackcrowe

Written by JoHn DoE on 19.11.2021 at 13:20

Written by Blackcrowe on 19.11.2021 at 13:11

List Upgrade 11/19/2021
Exterminator - Total Extermination

The Preachers - Way to Paradise
Satan’s Massacre - Robbing the graveyard and rapping the death
Wheelz of Steel - Volume 1
666Satanic Army666 - Praise Him
Thrash Queens - Ashes To Ashes
Dissected - Anatomy of an Autopsy


I've never heard of any of these. Good thing in this context I guess.

There is always a first time
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19.11.2021 - 14:03
JoHn DoE

Written by Blackcrowe on 19.11.2021 at 13:55

Written by JoHn DoE on 19.11.2021 at 13:20

Written by Blackcrowe on 19.11.2021 at 13:11

List Upgrade 11/19/2021
Exterminator - Total Extermination

The Preachers - Way to Paradise
Satan’s Massacre - Robbing the graveyard and rapping the death
Wheelz of Steel - Volume 1
666Satanic Army666 - Praise Him
Thrash Queens - Ashes To Ashes
Dissected - Anatomy of an Autopsy


I've never heard of any of these. Good thing in this context I guess.

There is always a first time


not for bad albums
But when someone calls their band "666Satanic Army666", it's a clear warning it's gonna suck.
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19.11.2021 - 14:14
Blackcrowe

Written by JoHn DoE on 19.11.2021 at 14:03

Written by Blackcrowe on 19.11.2021 at 13:55

Written by JoHn DoE on 19.11.2021 at 13:20

Written by Blackcrowe on 19.11.2021 at 13:11

List Upgrade 11/19/2021
Exterminator - Total Extermination

The Preachers - Way to Paradise
Satan’s Massacre - Robbing the graveyard and rapping the death
Wheelz of Steel - Volume 1
666Satanic Army666 - Praise Him
Thrash Queens - Ashes To Ashes
Dissected - Anatomy of an Autopsy


I've never heard of any of these. Good thing in this context I guess.

There is always a first time


not for bad albums
But when someone calls their band "666Satanic Army666", it's a clear warning it's gonna suck.

Yeah hahaha
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19.11.2021 - 16:50
Ag1975

You should change the title "Bad Records From Great Bands" in "Records that I PERSONALLY DON'T LIKE in a great band's discography",
because some of the albums that you list are NOT BAD AT ALL. This is my point.
An example? Dark Angel's "Time does not heal". How can it be on this list? That album is simply brilliant!
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19.11.2021 - 17:28
Blackcrowe

Written by Ag1975 on 19.11.2021 at 16:50

You should change the title "Bad Records From Great Bands" in "Records that I PERSONALLY DON'T LIKE in a great band's discography",
because some of the albums that you list are NOT BAD AT ALL. This is my point.
An example? Dark Angel's "Time does not heal". How can it be on this list? That album is simply brilliant!

Good Point… thank you
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19.11.2021 - 18:52
Blackcrowe

Written by Ag1975 on 19.11.2021 at 16:50

You should change the title "Bad Records From Great Bands" in "Records that I PERSONALLY DON'T LIKE in a great band's discography",
because some of the albums that you list are NOT BAD AT ALL. This is my point.
An example? Dark Angel's "Time does not heal". How can it be on this list? That album is simply brilliant!

By the way… I’m pretty sure about everybody here knows, that every list or ranking it is based in the personal taste of the author obviously.
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19.11.2021 - 22:40
Ag1975

Yes, obviously. We always have this tendency to convert our personal taste into an objective point of view, just because we do believe in what we like. It's something normal. By the way, I appreciate your research. I think that 90% albums on your list are really bad
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19.11.2021 - 23:03
Blackcrowe

Written by Ag1975 on 19.11.2021 at 22:40

Yes, obviously. We always have this tendency to convert our personal taste into an objective point of view, just because we do believe in what we like. It's something normal. By the way, I appreciate your research. I think that 90% albums on your list are really bad


Thank You πŸ™πŸΌ I have more lists if you wanna take a look I need that kind of suggestions or opinions



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20.11.2021 - 10:42
Daniell
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At the top spot you put the best album by Marilyn Manson, their true masterpiece, a straight 10/10. Go figure.
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20.11.2021 - 12:34
As awful as the Johnny B Goode cover is on Ram it Down, JP has worse albums than this one. Point of Entry, Demolition, the debut or Redeemer of Souls are inferior. Ram it down has some terrific songs such as the title track, Blood Red Skies, Monsters of Rock or Hard as Iron.
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20.11.2021 - 12:46
Blackcrowe

Written by Daniell on 20.11.2021 at 10:42

At the top spot you put the best album by Marilyn Manson, their true masterpiece, a straight 10/10. Go figure.


It’s my personal opinion nor taste, I’m not watching the qualifications , reviews of other users or pop rankings. IMO Manson in that record sounds and dress like a poser and the music was a monotonous, symphony of what not to do in metal, it’s a joke ? if you put a hidden track in the CD with the 666 WTF…

MM was a caricature or a joke of the metal music and the real metal-headsdeserve more respect.

If you like that álbum, sorry if I’m offending you but I don’t like the Posing styling

I found more interesting the next record Mechanical Animals and Pale Emperor from 2015 adventurous and more experimental sounding like a metal version of David Bowie
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20.11.2021 - 13:53
Blackcrowe

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 12:34

As awful as the Johnny B Goode cover is on Ram it Down, JP has worse albums than this one. Point of Entry, Demolition, the debut or Redeemer of Souls are inferior. Ram it down has some terrific songs such as the title track, Blood Red Skies, Monsters of Rock or Hard as Iron.

Yes Ram It Down apparently has lots of fans but IMO it’s not memorable as Defenders Of Faith or Painkiller. the main reason maybe it’s the sound especially the drums, they uses a drum machine, plus the absence of great songs or classics
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20.11.2021 - 13:58
Written by Blackcrowe on 20.11.2021 at 13:53

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 12:34

As awful as the Johnny B Goode cover is on Ram it Down, JP has worse albums than this one. Point of Entry, Demolition, the debut or Redeemer of Souls are inferior. Ram it down has some terrific songs such as the title track, Blood Red Skies, Monsters of Rock or Hard as Iron.

Yes Ram It Down apparently has lots of fans but IMO it’s not memorable as Defenders Of Faith or Painkiller. the main reason maybe it’s the sound especially the drums, they uses a drum machine, plus the absence of great songs or classics


You're right. Not as memorable as those 2. But Painkiller and DotF are like the very best of JP's discography. Top 5 stuff. Ram it Down cannot be compared with those as it is clearly inferior. But inferior to Demolition, Turbo, Point of Entry, Redeemer of Souls or the shite debut? No way.

Also, have you actually listened to Razor's Decibels? The first 5-6 tracks of that album are some of the best stuff the band has released and only 2 albums from Razor are better, Evil Invaders and Violent Restitution. Not to mention that Decibels is the only Razor album with a good production. I never understood why this album gets so much hate. Is it because the band tried some moderate venture into industrial stuff, specifically with the vocals? Don't get me wrong, but Razor's debut, Custom Killing, Shotgun Justice and Malicious Intent are inferior. Not necessarily because of bad songwriting, but because the band made such poor production decisions that destroyed most of the tracks on these albums. Thrash metal requires a decent production to not spiral into cacophonous nonsense.
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20.11.2021 - 14:47
JoHn DoE

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 13:58

Written by Blackcrowe on 20.11.2021 at 13:53

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 12:34

As awful as the Johnny B Goode cover is on Ram it Down, JP has worse albums than this one. Point of Entry, Demolition, the debut or Redeemer of Souls are inferior. Ram it down has some terrific songs such as the title track, Blood Red Skies, Monsters of Rock or Hard as Iron.

Yes Ram It Down apparently has lots of fans but IMO it’s not memorable as Defenders Of Faith or Painkiller. the main reason maybe it’s the sound especially the drums, they uses a drum machine, plus the absence of great songs or classics


You're right. Not as memorable as those 2. But Painkiller and DotF are like the very best of JP's discography. Top 5 stuff. Ram it Down cannot be compared with those as it is clearly inferior. But inferior to Demolition, Turbo, Point of Entry, Redeemer of Souls or the shite debut? No way.



"shite debut"? I love their debut, I wish you chose and used better language to express your dislike.

Also lists are the most subjective things you will see on MS. I know, I made a very subjective one myself.
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20.11.2021 - 14:51
Blackcrowe

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 13:58

Written by Blackcrowe on 20.11.2021 at 13:53

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 12:34

As awful as the Johnny B Goode cover is on Ram it Down, JP has worse albums than this one. Point of Entry, Demolition, the debut or Redeemer of Souls are inferior. Ram it down has some terrific songs such as the title track, Blood Red Skies, Monsters of Rock or Hard as Iron.

Yes Ram It Down apparently has lots of fans but IMO it’s not memorable as Defenders Of Faith or Painkiller. the main reason maybe it’s the sound especially the drums, they uses a drum machine, plus the absence of great songs or classics


You're right. Not as memorable as those 2. But Painkiller and DotF are like the very best of JP's discography. Top 5 stuff. Ram it Down cannot be compared with those as it is clearly inferior. But inferior to Demolition, Turbo, Point of Entry, Redeemer of Souls or the shite debut? No way.

Also, have you actually listened to Razor's Decibels? The first 5-6 tracks of that album are some of the best stuff the band has released and only 2 albums from Razor are better, Evil Invaders and Violent Restitution. Not to mention that Decibels is the only Razor album with a good production. I never understood why this album gets so much hate. Is it because the band tried some moderate venture into industrial stuff, specifically with the vocals? Don't get me wrong, but Razor's debut, Custom Killing, Shotgun Justice and Malicious Intent are inferior. Not necessarily because of bad songwriting, but because the band made such poor production decisions that destroyed most of the tracks on these albums. Thrash metal requires a decent production to not spiral into cacophonous nonsense.

Im a big Judas fan I love every record with a few exceptions. I think every band has a high and lower points and this diversity make those bands so great and the popularity goes bigger and bigger.
Rocka Rolla has its moments but it’s impossible to classified because it’s a debut after that the greatest records in JP history Sad Wings… , Sin After Sin, Stained Class and Killing Machine.
British Steel not being a great record as its predecessors the record its good and very successful
Im still a big fan of Point of Entry a transition record… Then Screaming for Vengeance and Defenders of the Faith the heaviest and successful records.
The experimental records as Turbo and Ram it Down both are the lowest points in that part of the 80’s.
After that Painkiller their heaviest record and mark the biggest comeback of any heavymetal band… the question its why painkiller was so big? and my personal answer its because Turbo and Ram It Down.

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20.11.2021 - 15:23
Written by Blackcrowe on 20.11.2021 at 14:51

Im a big Judas fan I love every record with a few exceptions. I think every band has a high and lower points and this diversity make those bands so great and the popularity goes bigger and bigger.
Rocka Rolla has its moments but it’s impossible to classified because it’s a debut after that the greatest records in JP history Sad Wings… , Sin After Sin, Stained Class and Killing Machine.
British Steel not being a great record as its predecessors the record its good and very successful
Im still a big fan of Point of Entry a transition record… Then Screaming for Vengeance and Defenders of the Faith the heaviest and successful records.
The experimental records as Turbo and Ram it Down both are the lowest points in that part of the 80’s.
After that Painkiller their heaviest record and mark the biggest comeback of any heavymetal band… the question its why painkiller was so big? and my personal answer its because Turbo and Ram It Down.

Thank you


I wouldn't call Turbo and Ram it Down experimental records. There is nothing experimental in a sell-out (Turbo) and nothing experimental in Ram it Down either. Ram it Down was a transitional record between where they left off on DotF and Painkiller.
Painkiller was not so big because of the two previous records, but because it is the most well-rounded heavy metal album released to date and the heaviest JP album released until then. At the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s, thrash was the most popular form of heavy music and was starting to become commercially successful. So naturally, the Priest boys decided to ditch the glam and go for a more thrashy sound, without actually joining the thrash crowd.

The result was impressive and from a songwriting perspective, very consistent. No filler songs at all. It was that moment when all the stars aligned.
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20.11.2021 - 16:25
Blackcrowe

Written by Lets Go Brandon on 20.11.2021 at 15:23

Written by Blackcrowe on 20.11.2021 at 14:51

Im a big Judas fan I love every record with a few exceptions. I think every band has a high and lower points and this diversity make those bands so great and the popularity goes bigger and bigger.
Rocka Rolla has its moments but it’s impossible to classified because it’s a debut after that the greatest records in JP history Sad Wings… , Sin After Sin, Stained Class and Killing Machine.
British Steel not being a great record as its predecessors the record its good and very successful
Im still a big fan of Point of Entry a transition record… Then Screaming for Vengeance and Defenders of the Faith the heaviest and successful records.
The experimental records as Turbo and Ram it Down both are the lowest points in that part of the 80’s.
After that Painkiller their heaviest record and mark the biggest comeback of any heavymetal band… the question its why painkiller was so big? and my personal answer its because Turbo and Ram It Down.

Thank you


I wouldn't call Turbo and Ram it Down experimental records. There is nothing experimental in a sell-out (Turbo) and nothing experimental in Ram it Down either. Ram it Down was a transitional record between where they left off on DotF and Painkiller.
Painkiller was not so big because of the two previous records, but because it is the most well-rounded heavy metal album released to date and the heaviest JP album released until then. At the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s, thrash was the most popular form of heavy music and was starting to become commercially successful. So naturally, the Priest boys decided to ditch the glam and go for a more thrashy sound, without actually joining the thrash crowd.

The result was impressive and from a songwriting perspective, very consistent. No filler songs at all. It was that moment when all the stars aligned.

Ok Buddy, this is my own opinion very personal, I don’t wanna change anybody’s mind, this is just a list of IMO worst metal according my point of view.
I know Ram It Down maybe it’s not the worst record of the band I can give you that, but for me it is just for one song or two I don’t change my mind.
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22.11.2021 - 12:52
R.Boxma

Haha, love the one-liners, such as: "This band usually makes bad records, but this one is terrible".
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24.11.2021 - 06:56
Some good records in there but we all have different taste and so on... BUT there's one that really pain my eyes and it's Overkill The Killing Kind, did you maybe confuse it with I Hear Black? The Killing Kind crushes all the way through and contains some seriously good songs. There's definitely a lot weaker albums in their discography like the mentioned I Hear Black but also Immortalis, ReliXIV, Necroshine and Bloodletting.
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25.11.2021 - 18:07
Blackcrowe

Written by majormalfunction on 24.11.2021 at 06:56

Some good records in there but we all have different taste and so on... BUT there's one that really pain my eyes and it's Overkill The Killing Kind, did you maybe confuse it with I Hear Black? The Killing Kind crushes all the way through and contains some seriously good songs. There's definitely a lot weaker albums in their discography like the mentioned I Hear Black but also Immortalis, ReliXIV, Necroshine and Bloodletting.

Im a Huge Overkill fan, it is not the music that I used to for Overkill kind of Rage Against The Machine protest sound in my opinion otherwise the lyrics are lack of creativity some good solos and the band sounds perfect as always….not a good period for Overkill but it’s my opinion.
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27.11.2021 - 00:02
Nate612

Where is Lulu?
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27.11.2021 - 13:32
IronAngel

When I was first getting into metal, before you could just find music on the internet, I was limited to what happened to be available at the local library. Consequently, I discovered Helloween through Pink Bubbles Go Ape and Chameleon, and my first (and for years, only) contact with Megadeth was Risk. Even worse, I only knew Slayer through Undisputed Attitude. Never learned to care for thrash.

Far From the Sun was just released (concurrently with their 2003 compilation Chapters) when I got into them, and those are the only Amorphis albums I've owned. I don't get the hate for FFtS. It's not really worse than its two predecessors, even if it's obviously no Tales.
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27.11.2021 - 14:09
Blackcrowe

Written by IronAngel on 27.11.2021 at 13:32

When I was first getting into metal, before you could just find music on the internet, I was limited to what happened to be available at the local library. Consequently, I discovered Helloween through Pink Bubbles Go Ape and Chameleon, and my first (and for years, only) contact with Megadeth was Risk. Even worse, I only knew Slayer through Undisputed Attitude. Never learned to care for thrash.

Far From the Sun was just released (concurrently with their 2003 compilation Chapters) when I got into them, and those are the only Amorphis albums I've owned. I don't get the hate for FFtS. It's not really worse than its two predecessors, even if it's obviously no Tales.

Music means lots of things memories, good times and diversity, many people people found great some records than others not.
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