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Username DeepSabbath   (number: 26235)
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Black Sabbath Album Ranked19Apr 4, 2024
Iron Maiden Albums Ranked17Apr 4, 2024
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preview  Black Sabbath preview  Forbidden (1995) 75/100    Apr 6, 2024
Forbidden Although the production is nothing to write home about, there is much here for the post-Ozzy, post-Dio fan of Sabbath to enjoy. Tony Iommi is still cranking out some solid riffs and solos, Cozy is still destroying his kit and rebuilding it again for the next number, and Tony Martin is still lighting up every song with his exceptional voice. Although I would categorize this as the weakest release of the Tony Martin era, when we consider the 4 amazing albums that they put out before this one, the notion that this album is shelf-worthy is hardly justified. 1995 was a tough year for heavy metal, and this album was able to come out and still sound like something worthy of the genre.
preview  Deep Purple preview  30: Very Best of Deep Purple (1998)  [Compilation] 70/100    Apr 4, 2024
30: Very Best of Deep Purple The Purple released this anniversary compilation for their thirty years of existence. In terms of tracklist, it is OK. As far as the versions are concerned, I am totally knocked out !
Most of the tracks are edited. The worse of course is reached with "Woman From Tokyo" and more than all with "Child In Time". This one is reduced to a mere four minutes fifteen seconds. It is faded out during Ritchie guitar solo !

What's this crap ?

Same treatment for "Never Before", "Burn", "You Keep On Moving" and "Perfect Strangers".
If you are new to the Purple, you have to avoid this one BY ALL MEANS. Get "The Deepest Purple" instead.
preview  Black Sabbath preview  Black Sabbath (1970) 90/100    Apr 4, 2024
Black Sabbath The debut album of Black Sabbath, who ended their career some years ago with "The End" tour, appeared 50 years ago in the early twilight of the new decade, when heavy metal as a concept did not yet exist. Of course, there were some songs like Led Zeppelin's "Communication Breakdown" and Cream's "Crossroads," which already pointed the light in this direction.

Even though "Black Sabbath" has been put on a record countless times over the years, you still have to stop for a moment to admire its appearance. The album cover is still menacingly beautiful and mysteriously functional, you could put this on the wall as a large canvas. The thunder and doomsday bells that start the album also seem to rise directly from the world of the cover and it is a perfect opening for the album. "Black Sabbath ... See More
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preview  Deep Purple preview  Perfect Strangers (1984) 90/100    Apr 3, 2024
Perfect Strangers Growing up in the NWOBHM era and discovering that trend in the early 1980s, Deep Purple was nothing more than a name for me at the time, which sometimes appeared in the conversations of more experienced music listeners. However, I got the impression that the band was very important in the history of heavier rock, but their music was by no means familiar. And I have to admit that when I heard "Smoke On The Water" for the first time, it sounded pretty dull, when the comparison was, for example, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, who are constantly on the turntables. Was this the signature work of heavy music that everyone knows? Didn't make an impression. A somewhat inexperienced ear still understood at that stage.

In 1984, the headlines of music magazines were full of news about the return o ... See More
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Kill 'Em All preview  Metallica preview  Kill 'Em All (1983) 80/100    May 23, 2024
It's legendary, i'll give you that. But "Kill 'Em All" isn't actually very good album objectively. Take out your Metallica fanboy-glasses and you notices it too.
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Elements Pt.1 preview  Stratovarius preview  Elements Pt.1 (2003) 90/100    May 22, 2024
Bit underrated actually, not bad at all.
Defenders of the Faith preview  Judas Priest preview  Defenders of the Faith (1984) 85/100    May 21, 2024
Not that good!! not even in top-5 priest albums.
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Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? preview  Megadeth preview  Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? (1986) 90/100    May 21, 2024
Good album, but i think it's bit overrated, and too uneven. Still pretty damn legendary.
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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow preview  Rainbow preview  Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow (1975) 95/100    May 21, 2024
Woah, I was expecting something like Deep Purple but man, this is even better. Great album indeed.
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Hell, Fire and Damnation preview  Saxon preview  Hell, Fire and Damnation (2024) 90/100    May 21, 2024
It's easily their best album since 80s. Really good job, didn't expect this one coming.
Storytime preview  Nightwish preview  Storytime (2011)  [Single] 95/100    May 20, 2024
Very good single in my opinion. Anette was legit their best vocalist.
Maiden Japan preview  Iron Maiden preview  Maiden Japan (1981)  [EP] 85/100    May 20, 2024
Good EP. Last to feature vocalist Paul Di'Anno (luckily)
The Last Amazing Grays preview  Sonata Arctica preview  The Last Amazing Grays (2009)  [Single] 90/100    May 16, 2024
Really good single!
Stranger in Us All preview  Rainbow preview  Stranger in Us All (1995) 85/100    May 14, 2024
Better than whole JLT era. Some true gems but too many filler to really make this one of their best. Still decent final album.
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Kill 'Em AllMetal Militia75/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllSeek & Destroy90/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllNo Remorse80/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllPhantom Lord75/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllWhiplash75/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em All(Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth70/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllJump In The Fire80/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllMotorbreath80/100    May 23, 2024
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Kill 'Em AllThe Four Horsemen90/100    May 23, 2024
preview  Metallica preview  Kill 'Em All (1983)
Kill 'Em AllHit The Lights85/100    May 23, 2024
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