The Grand Relistening Prt 2… The list (Work In Progress)


Paranoid by Black Sabbath


In Rock by Deep Purple


Demanufacture by Fear Factory


Dookie by Green Day


Appetite For Destruction by Guns N’ Roses


The Number of the Beast by Iron Maiden


Electric Ladyland by Jimi Hendrix


Painkiller by Judas Priest


Alive by Kiss


Korn by Korn


Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin


Burn My Eyes by Machine Head


Antichrist Superstar by Marilyn Manson


Rust in Peace by Megadeth


Master Of Puppets by Metallica


Nevermind by Nirvana


Vulgar Display of Power by Pantera


TEN by Pearl Jam


Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd


The Wall by Pink Floyd


Rage Against the Machine by Rage Against The Machine


Moving Pictures by Rush


Roots by Sepultura


Reign in Blood by Slayer


Slipknot by Slipknot


Really AC/DC’s Back in Black and Motorhead’s Ace of Spades should be here too, but I don’t have those albums.

1 Comment

  1. My only suggestion, as per your request, would be the removal of Korn. I don’t think it’s worthy of such treatment. What it meant to people seems like it would have been relevant 16 years ago but now kids can get their angst outlets from a hundred thousand other bands. All you can take away from that album is daddy issues and directionless scorn. It’s a faux-classic, perhaps more of-its-time than any album on here. It lacks staying power- that’s why everyone I know who listened to it stopped (and I’ve never listened to it the whole way through). Also it sounds absolutely fucking TERRIBLE. It would be a chore. However, Life Is Peachy or Follow The Leader would more suit your criteria, simply for being better and more talked-about records.

    In as much as you’ve listed other bands from the ’60s and ’70s, how about Moving Pictures or 2112. Not the best Rush albums but definitely the two people think about.

    Plus you could listen to Scum. Another chore, but sounds just right for your, er, mission statement.

    There are others too. Arise or Chaos AD or even Roots, Dusk…And Her Embrace, even those two Rammstein albums you had.



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