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The CD's I Listen To Most

An Amazon Customer
 
Master Of Puppets
Master Of Puppets
"Genius. Fast and melodic, the best thrash album ever."
Reign in Blood
Reign in Blood
"What can be said that has not already been said. SLAYER RULE! Angel Of Death is the best thrash song ever."
Rust In Peace
Rust In Peace
"Simply amazing. The guitar work on this album is masterfull."
Collection
Collection
"I love Glenn Danzig's work, and the Misfits is his best band by far."
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
"Maiden were one of the first heavy meatl bands I got into. This album is just so good. Steve harris is the best bass player ever."
Divine Intervention
Divine Intervention
"A more recent Slayer album (It was there first in 4 yeras). Once again the duet of King and Hanneman seem unbeatable"
State Of Euphoria
State Of Euphoria
"Operatic Thrash from a very underated band. There just something about this album that really sets this apart from there other work."
Speak English Or Die
Speak English Or Die
"This was one of the first albums to cross over Thrash and Skate Punk. A very misunderstood album"
Seasons in the Abyss
Seasons in the Abyss
"More Slayer. I just can't get enough of this band."
Initium
Initium
"My friend think I'm nuts to like this band. Many people see Samhain as a cross over period between the Misfits and Danzig for Glenn"
Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?
Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?
"This is were Mustain really showed is potential."
Among The Living
Among The Living
"This was the album that brought Anthrax overground. They just haven't been the same though since Joey left."
Ride The Lightning
Ride The Lightning
"This was the album were Meallica got rid of their NWOBHM sound. this is one of the earliest and finenest examples of Bay Area Crunch."
Beneath The Remains [Reissue]
Beneath The Remains [Reissue]
"A prime example of one of the thrash/death bands around the late 80's. Fronted by Max Cavalera, now of Soulfly"
Live After Death
Live After Death
"The best live album ever! The best show I've ever been to was Iron Maiden at the Brixton Academy."
Evilive
Evilive
"This really captures the Misfits at there best, but beware the sound quality is hardly cutting edge."
Danzig II Lucifuge
Danzig II Lucifuge
"This album has the great quality of sounding really heavy but also being melodic at the same time"
Fabulous Disaster
Fabulous Disaster
"Kirk Hammett's first band. It's a same they have now fallen into obscurity."
The New Order
The New Order
"One of my favorite Bay Area groups along with Metallica and Exodus."
South of Heaven
South of Heaven
"A comparatively slow album, for Slayer anyway."
The Legacy
The Legacy
"One of the best debue albums I've heard."
Pleasure To Kill
Pleasure To Kill
"Sounds like all hell breaking loose. Amazing, in the same genre as Sepultura."
Mad Butcher/Eternal Devastation
Mad Butcher/Eternal Devastation
"Brilliant thrash from Germany."
Rock In Rio (Live)
Rock In Rio (Live)
"Another great live album from Maiden."
The X-Factor
The X-Factor
"Probably Maiden's most underrated album. It;s there darkest yet."