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My 10 Favorite CLASSIC Metal Bands and Albums

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I saw there were alot of metal heads on a previous thread, so I figured I would throw this out there!

My 10 favorite classic metal bands and albums (in no particular order)

10. Judas Priest- British Steel

9. Iron Maiden- Piece of Mind

8. Metallica- Ride The Lightning

7. Megadeth- Peace Sells But Who's Buying

6. Motorhead-Ace of Spades

5. Anthrax-Persistence of Time

4. Accept-Balls to the Wall

3. Ozzy Osbourne-Blizzard of OZ

2. Twisted Sister- Stay Hungry

1. Dio- Holy Diver

Love that old school metal!!!

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Mine:

10.Guns N Roses-Use Your Illusion I

9.Megadeth-Capitol Punishment, The Capitol Years

8.Led Zepplin-IV

7.Metallica-Metallica (Black Album)

6.Poison-Look What The Cat Dragged In

5.Motley Crue-Shout At The Devil

4.Motley Crue-Dr Feelgood

3.Guns N Roses-Use Your Illusion II

2.Guns N Roses-Appetite For Destruction

1.Led Zepplin-II

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I'll add just a couple for now:

Back in Black - AC/DC

Paranoid - Black Sabbath

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Iron Maiden - Live After Death

Metallica - Master of Puppets, Ride The Lighting

Hard to beat that 3 or so hours of METAL

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Here's some in no particular order:

Cinderella - Long Cold Winter

Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic

Ratt - Ratt

Iron Maiden - Killers

Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengance

Ozzy - Blizzard Of Ozz

Krokus - The Blitz

Van Halen - Van Halen

Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil

Best album all time: AC/DC - Let There Be Rock.

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1. Metallica-Black album

2. Guns N Roses- Appettite For Destruction

3. AC/DC- Back In Black

4. Motley Crue- Dr Feelgood

5. Def Leppard- Hysteria

6. Firehouse- Firehouse

7. Ozzy Osbourne- No More Tears

8. Poison- Flesh an Blood

9. Whitesnake- Whitesnake

10.Queensryche- Empire

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Yup, Master of Puppets-sheer masterpiece. When I hear Battery or Damage, Inc...Wow! Blows me away!

Iron Maiden-Killers...That takes me back...I still have a Killers T-Shirt!

Appetite For Destruction-One of the best Albums of all time in my book!

Screaming for Vengeance...Electric Eye, You've Got Another Thing Comin', Bloodstone- Now that IS Heavy Metal !!!

Justin

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Screaming for Vengeance...Electric Eye, You've Got Another Thing Comin', Bloodstone- Now that IS Heavy Metal !!!


Looking at my albums, I'd probably pick "Defenders of the Faith" or "British Steel" over "Screamin For Vengeance" but their all pretty good classic metal albums.

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Albums:

How will I laugh tomorrow-Suicidal Tendencies

Mechanical Resonance-Tesla

Rust in Peace-Megadeth

Out of the Cellar-Ratt

Operation Mindcrime-Queensryche

Too Fast for Love-Motley Crue

Wake Me when its Over-Faster Pussycat

Hellacious Acres-Dangerous Toys

Slave to the Grind-Skid Row

Sailing the Seas of Cheese-Primus

Songs:

Babylon-Faster Pussycat

Slave to the Grind-Skid Row

Welcome to the Jungle-Guns n Roses

Widowmaker-WASP

A Room with a View-Death Angel

Trip at the Brain-Suicidal Tendencies

Lit Up-Buckcherry

Tribal Monkey-Electric Love Hogs

American Horse-The Cult

Bulls on Parade-Rage Against the Machine

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