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Most influential albums

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by DEBuckeye, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. souL

    souL I.bulldoze

    Iced Earth - Iced Earth - 1991. Hard to classify these guys... but they've got a lot of thrash in them. I picked their debut album because I am not sure their influence is found in one album but more of the tireless dedication of Jon Schaffer.
    :banger: Dark Angel
    :banger:Sepultura

    Oh, and while I'm at it, it's tough to forget to mention:

    Tool - Undertow - 1995. This could be mentioned in my progressive rock post just the same, but it's undeniable that this album sparked one of the biggest and most fanatically loyal followings in rock/metal today. Tool and Maynard fans can be snobbishly elitist, but they certainly love their music and an entire new generation of musicians is already beginning to hit the stage influenced heavily by this band.
     
  2. Bleed S & G

    Bleed S & G Taking Crazy Pills

    Just for shits n giggles, I included the record sales with the album..

    • Pink Floyd - Darkside of the Moon (15X Platinum, The Wall went 23X Platinum)
    • Dr. Dre - The Chronic (3X Platinum)
    • Dr. Dre - 2001 (6X Platinum)
    • Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle (4X Platinum)
    • The Doors - The Doors (5X Platinum)
    • Jim Hendrix - Are you experienced? (4X Platinum)
    • Jimi Hendrix - Axis: Bold As Love (Platinum)
    • Van Halen - Van Halen (10X Platinum)
    • Led Zeppelin - Zeppelin I (8X Platinum)
     
  3. BrutusMaximus

    BrutusMaximus I Heart Boobs

    Gotta second this one. Actually just Maynard in general. Love his side projects as well. Perfect Circle is great, as was Tapeworm (He and Reznor). Talk about an amazing vocalist and incredible talent. I can put my tool mp3 disk in, and listen to every album straight through without stopping, then repeat. Never gets old. Just listened to Parabol as I pulled into my garage :biggrin:
     
  4. NFBuck

    NFBuck Total Coverage.

    Undertow came out in '93. :wink2:
     

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