Yo, instead of asking ''whot r ur fav bands?'' or ''fav songs?'', I'll go with something more unusual: What is your favorite album?
I felt like posting this because I was talking with some noob and he said ''You know, albums aren't worth much. There's always only 1-2 good songs out of them.''
DUDEEEEEEEE WTF. First, what kind of albums are you getting? I have maybe 2 albums I like only 1-2 songs and that's because I wanted to complete discography of that artist, else I won't have got it. Second, that's the entire point of getting an album...You listen all of them and then, you find the uberly nice ones. But the others are often really good aswell, especially when you pay for them lol.
Well, what are you favorites albums?
If I had to make a top 5, I think it would be...
1. The Number Of The Beast - Iron Maiden
The hell of a good album. It was the first band I discovered, along with Kiss. First album I had was Powerslave, because of the song 2 Minutes To Midnight...BUT I quickly got TNOTB, and I loved it. Self titled track, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Run To The Hills, 22 Acacia Avenue...Wow. On that album, there's 3 tracks that goes on my top favorites songs of all times. It's like a mini compilation to me lol. And I like all the tracks of that album. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son would be my second favorite album from the Irons.
2. Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin
Three words: Stairway To Heaven. The band's greatest achievement. But it also features brilliants gems such as: Rock N Roll, Going To California and Black Dog. A must-have if you want to be considered a Rock Fan.
3. Destroyer - Kiss
The first track I discovered from Kiss was I Was Made For Loving You, from the album Dynasty. I liked it so much that I got Destroyer. So many great tracks, you have to listen to it to understand.
4. Ride The Lightning - Metallica
Creeping Death made me like Metallica so Ride The Lightning always been my favorite Metallica's album. Ever. It has my favorite track: For Whom The Bells Toll. And I love Fade To Black, Fight Fire With Fire, Trapped Under Ice and Ride The Lightning. Master of Puppets is incredibly close as my favorite album from Metallica.
5. Back In Black - AC/DC
Again, like Led Zep 4, a must-have to be a Rock fan. It's a sad thing that Bon Scott died and didn't feature in that album, but Brian Johnson is a very good replacement. I think all tracks are good. Very good.
(Not going to add much yet, I just got it ;D)
Sooooo, what about you?
(Not obligated to list 5, you can list 1, 2, 3, over 9000, 10 millions, I don't mind.)
It ain't about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward; how much you can take and keep moving forward.
Last edited by Iron Maiden on December 4th, 2011, 10:19 am, edited 1 time in total.