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Stop upvoting the OP and post something of your own you lazy lurkers xD

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2 hours ago, Machado said:

Stop upvoting the OP and post something of your own you lazy lurkers xD

I'll do it later. Coming up with a top 10 list is hard enough in itself, picking my top 42 albums will be more time consuming than it probably should be.

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On 11/02/2020 at 17:27, Dr. Gonzo said:

I'll do it later. Coming up with a top 10 list is hard enough in itself, picking my top 42 albums will be more time consuming than it probably should be.

And he never did.

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Here is nine albums I like, not garuanting they are my favourite nine. Listen to them.

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I think doing 42 is too hard, so I'll do 9 as well.

A solid mix of metal and 60s stuff, with a dash of Pink Floyd.

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5 hours ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

I think doing 42 is too hard, so I'll do 9 as well.

A solid mix of metal and 60s stuff, with a dash of Pink Floyd.

 

I don’t listen to Megadeth on the basis that the only photograph I have of my father he is wearing a Peace Sells... tshirt

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1 minute ago, Spike said:

I don’t listen to Megadeth on the basis that the only photograph I have of my father he is wearing a Peace Sells... tshirt

That's a quality album.

I'm kind of regretting not putting Exodus's Bonded by Blood on there though.

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1 minute ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

That's a quality album.

I'm kind of regretting not putting Exodus's Bonded by Blood on there though.

Drop Pink Floyd, overwrought and overplayed

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Ooooo I’ll done one later 

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Okay so since mine's a top 9 (and in no particular order), I'd like to make a revision and then add another album. I'm mostly doing this because I've got a record player and recently acquired these albums (along with Rust in Peace - which is already on my list; and sometime soon hopefully I'll have the rest of them... and many more).

We're replacing Pink Floyd's The Wall (which is a brilliant album and is still one I really really really love) with Exodus's debut album - Bonded By Blood:

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& adding Death's album, which IMO is their best album - but that's a pretty fierce debate among Death fans, The Sound of Perseverance

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This makes my top 10 a lot more metal heavy than it was originally. But given that metal's my favourite genre, that's probably a better reflection of my top albums.

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So many missed in the mix but I figure this should cover a good spread. Left out really big bands as I figure they're going to be covered eventually in a list someone posts on here. Most of these are predominantly for things I find totally fascinating in the way the music is made and some are just in there for pure sentimental value. 

I did jostle between Try and Where the Light Is just because I can never make my mind up on which one I really like more but they are both really really good showcases of instrument technical ability.

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2 hours ago, Mel81x said:

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So many missed in the mix but I figure this should cover a good spread. Left out really big bands as I figure they're going to be covered eventually in a list someone posts on here. Most of these are predominantly for things I find totally fascinating in the way the music is made and some are just in there for pure sentimental value. 

I did jostle between Try and Where the Light Is just because I can never make my mind up on which one I really like more but they are both really really good showcases of instrument technical ability.

Some of my favourite albums on there, nice one.

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27 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Some of my favourite albums on there, nice one.

There's just too many to pick from haha. I like the Cream album you've got up there as well. Here's another I missed that I got introduced to in college.

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26 minutes ago, Mel81x said:

There's just too many to pick from haha. I like the Cream album you've got up there as well. Here's another I missed that I got introduced to in college.

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Yeah was really hard for me to pick a top 9/10. I almost think it'd be easier to rate albums by the genre they're in rather than a blanket top albums listing.

Looking at my current top 10... I'm satisfied with it... but at the same time, I feel like Frank Zappa's Hot Rats is a very special album that deserves a place. But I can't really figure out who to move. And I do feel a bit bad for knocking The Wall of my list, that'd probably make it if we separated my top rock albums from my top metal albums.

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1 hour ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Yeah was really hard for me to pick a top 9/10. I almost think it'd be easier to rate albums by the genre they're in rather than a blanket top albums listing.

Looking at my current top 10... I'm satisfied with it... but at the same time, I feel like Frank Zappa's Hot Rats is a very special album that deserves a place. But I can't really figure out who to move. And I do feel a bit bad for knocking The Wall of my list, that'd probably make it if we separated my top rock albums from my top metal albums.

Just make another row and add more albums :).

You know we could do a "Build the Band" sort of thing and talk about albums to drive a band to completion for a genre like rock, metal, etc. Kind of like what Rando is doing but more music oriented. 

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