ITT: We post the best album ever made and our favourite song in that album.
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Favourite song: Hand of Doom
Im going to listen to every single one of them!
In '87, Huey released this. Fore, his most accomplished album.
Fore for four repeating digits.
Never Mind The Bollox Its The Sex Pistols-No Feelings
props for sabbath tho
I bought that album when it came out, and never listened to side two after Run to the Hills, (wasn't a big fan at the time). So I heard Hallowed by the Name for the first time last year.
Yeah, they had done the rest of the album, and they still had some space left. So they came up with Paranoid and finished it in one hour, and it turned out to be their biggest hit.
Originally the album was gonna be called War Pigs, hence the album cover, but they were made to change it.
Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom
Little Wing and Castles Made of Sand because I can't decide
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Best song: Dopethrone
15 years on, still the heaviest album ever recorded in my opinion.
Especially with Churchill's speech included. I saw that show. It was fucking awesome! Course I was tripping the first time I saw it. Went sober the second time - mighta been better that time
Track 4: Piano Concerto N°2 In F Major; I. Allegro, Opus 102 (Performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; James Levine conducting.)
Composed by Dmitri Shostakovich
I love EW, but this is much heavier.
Eyehategod - In The Name Of Suffering
best song: Depress
Shit I'm jealous! Only saw them once in 2010, and it was realy a great show, one of the best I've been at. Even tho I was sober that time, just turned 15 and had to go with my mum because under-16
I myself love Siouxsie and the Banshees. My favorite song is probably Suburban Relapse.
Pantera's FBD. Pretty hard to choose an all-time favorite but Use my third arm really get's me in all kinds of moods.
>Walk through walls mode
>I fucked your girlfriend last night
The answer to both questions is Lateralus.
Om - Pilgrimage
Best Song: Bhima's Theme
Strangest form of metal there is. Heavy as fuck though. No guitar, just heavily distorted bass, drums and vocals.
I had a ticket to the 1985 World Slavery tour, but didn't end up going because I was laid up in the dorm with a girl. (like I said, I wasn't the biggest fan at the time) Saw Ozzy/motley in '84 and Dio/dokken in '85.
Nice! I was on 2 Wacken Open Airs and some other more or less big festivals here.
They don't tour that often in Germany, and when they do it's pretty far away from where I live. Over all there are not many concerts in the nearer distance, I have to go at least 100km for some more-known Bands. So I keep supporting the underground here most of the time. But I'm going to move soon to a bigger City, so more concerts for me
can someone tell me how the fuck you can love a whole album? every song is so unique and you love it for it's own merits, the chances of getting more than one of those on one album is miniscule
get on my level plebs
Fucked that right up
Album: Milo Goes to College (1982)
Artist: Johnny Hobo and The Freight Trains
Album: Love songs for the apocalypse
Song: Parking Lot Harmony
The only thing Milo Aukerman is missing is a fucking fedora.
I like that album, but don't tell me the song "marriage" isn't the most desperate sounding song ever.
Pink Floyd/Wish You Were Here/Shine On You Crazy Diamond (full length put together)
will never understand that, i like maximum 3 tracks from one artist, the chances of one artist hitting that subjective, visceral level more than once is absolutely tiny
although to break from /b/ tradition i respect your opinion and can see where you're coming from
Some album just flow so well. I posted the He Is Legend album, but if you listen to their album I Am Hollywood, it all ties in together. Almost like a concept album, but isn't.
But concept albums are also a great way to like a whole album. A story told through the songs themselves. Trainwreck by Boys Night Out being my favourite. Follows the story of a guy slowly losing his sanity after killing his wife in his sleep. Give those albums a go man!
I think it's just typical teenage angst, how you want some bitch but she thinks you're just after her taint. she doesn't see your looking to stick with it.
But then again, even Milo acknowledges the immaturity of the lyrics in this album. But being a stupid kid is fun.
some albums are made up entirely of just one song
Lateralus is actually my favorite album of all time (though Tool isn't among my favorite bands).
Steal This Album is pretty fuckin great too
Also pic related is among another one of the best ever, imo. Hard to chose between this and Badmotorfinger
Artist: Black Flag
Album: My War
Song: Can't Decide
(I recommend all the songs on the album overall)
I'm not knocking that but I mean, come on. You can feel the desperation.
The guy should've just fucked those fish while listening to his Doors & Beatles tapes and called it a day.
YOU'RE ONE OF THEM
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds
Well, I like it.
Clutch self titled
Song: Escape from the Prison Planet.
Everything after Slip It In fucking sucked. It's like Greg Ginn wanted to get weird and jazzy with it. I like jazzy music but it just didn't work for them. I remember hearing "The Process of Weeding Out" one time and never wanting to hear it again.
Here's the album you're looking for, every song is great and flows well. You'll have the same pleasure with Elephant Riders.
Budgie - Never Turn Your Back On A Friend
Best Song - In The Grip Of A Tyrefitter's Hand
Soilwork - Figure Number Five
Song - Distortion Sleep
Forever my favorite album nothing comes close
>mfw when Sid is praised for absolutely no reason whatsoever
Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum
Best Song - Doctor Please
I do support the Underground. I move because I will go to University.
Here's the probably most know of our local Bands, Fuck You And Die
good plan :) Ill give you this one though :)
Dead meadow - Old growth
What Needs Must Be
Gotta love Leviathan.
Song: Blood and Thunder, but Megalodon is a close second.
If you ask me, Cliff dying was the end of Metallica's greatness. But Newsted is an incredible bassist. Shame that they drowned out much of the bass in the final cut of ...And Justice for All.
here's a great metal album
Fav song - Blood of the Kings
mah fuckin nigga
Mastodon - Crack the Skye
Song: The Czar
or Ghost of Karelia
or Crack the Skye
or The Last Baron
the whole album is essentially one song cuz it flows directly into the next song so I'm gonna go with the whole album, final answer.
The whole album just has a great energy, pigs is fantastic song but dogs feels like a real journey of a song, like Echoes or Shine on, or
Atom Heart. dark side is a fantastic journey of an album but it needed a whole album to do it, i think animals is the best cohesive album that still has amazing singular songs.
" You're having a good time baby, but that won't last"! Absolutely the best song on Paranoid, OP, good job.
That's a great album. Have you ever heard of the band "Death"? Not the metal band, but they're like protopunk stuff. It's really great in my opinion.
You ever listen to Sabotage? For some reason that album always gets forgotten by a lot of people. It's not a perfect album but it's really damn good.
That too, they definitely handled it wrong when they got Jason on board.
Absolutely, they were so much better when it was about the music. It stopped being about the music though, and they just wanted money after ...And Justice. Thank Lars for that shit though. He was the cause of their mainstream bullshit.
im not sure about mine, but at the moment i think i'd say the raconteurs' consolers of the lonely as the album and the switch and the spur as the song
It's definitely the least celebrated of The First Six. Symptom of the Universe is possibly the first prog metal song.
Fun House is were its at man. I love this so much. I even have it on vinyl. Either Loose or Fun House, hard to say a favorite.
Love you to death or die with me, btu the entire album is really good
October Rust is a great album. Love You to Death is god-tier.
Album: The Human Equation
Song: Tainted with Blood
Taking all of this advice. Mostly liked their old shit, but I did hear good things about Death Magnetic, so I'll have to give it a listen. And they were pretty good live.
Not the best ever, but Digital Love is the perfect pop song, from the perfect pop album.
2112 on the album 2112 by Rush
Send And Receive
Dive is also amazing,
Awake is a fucking joke.
Favorite song is summer time
Not that many songs on that album jump out to me. World Coming Down is an example where there's a lot of great, interesting songs. with that said, I'll give it another listen tonight.
Band: Mercyful Fate
Album: Don't Break The Oath
> Green Day
> American Idiot
> Jesus of Suburbia
Yes, I know; I'm a big ol' faglord. Can't help it, loved the album when it came out and can't think of an album which I enjoy more in it's entirety except, perhaps DSotM by Pink Floyd.