killer_roach;3310333 said:Disturbed:1) Believe2) Indestructible3) The Sickness4) Ten Thousand Fists
TheCoolGuy;3310945 said:the beatles (yay for the obvious!)1. abbey road2. rubber soul3. revolver4. magical mystery tour5. the white album6. sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band7. let it be8. beatles for sale9. help!10. please please me11. a hard day's night12. with the beatles13. yellow submarinei'm pretty sure this list is average for most people, though i rate beatles for sale a bit higher than many.
schmeankman;3310845 said:Ozark Mountain Daredevils1. Ozark Mountain Daredevils1. It'll Shine When it Shines1. It's Alive!1. Men From Earth1. The Car Over the Lake Album1. Don't Look Down1. 131. 1980 Columbia1. Archive Alive1. Concert Classics
NoLimit32;3311097 said:The Beatles:1. Abbey Road2. Rubber Soul3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band4. Revolver5. Magical Mistery Tour6. The Beatles7. With The Beatles8. Please Please Me9. Let It Be10. Help!11. A Hard Day's Night12. Yellow Submarine13. Beatles For Sale
Kaasplant;3310112 said:New Slang >Almost Everything, so I preferred Oh, Inverted World, although I agree the whole package of Chutes Too Narrow is probably better than Oh, Inverted World...:)
Gowienczyk;3310116 said:What do you people see in The Shins?
TheCoolGuy;3311241 said:i know beatles for sale isn't the best beatles album, but below yellow submarine? that's just mean.
Gowienczyk;3311270 said:Don't see it.
NoLimit32;3311293 said:Yeah, sorry.I would rate them equal.Of course, BFS has more songs, but nothing really special, while YS has Hey Bulldog and It's All Too Much. (both which I completly adore)On BFS are Eight Days A Week and Every Little Thing the best song, and, to be honest, they are not bad, but nowhere near Hey Bulldog.
TheCoolGuy;3311305 said:one of the few things i disagree with you on. wincing the night away is pretty bad but the other albums are really good.
TheCoolGuy;3311316 said:so anytime i state an opinion i have to say after my statement that it's an opinion? that's silly.
NoLimit32;3311097 said:Franz Ferdinand1. Franz Ferdinand2. Tonight3. YCHISMB
seriousbusson;3311358 said:Are all of these really better than self-titled? I was told to believe that the rest doesn't compare but if anything on these can possibily top "Wild West End" or "Water of Love", then damn, I need that.
neckermanncj;3311432 said:no probably for my own benefit, because you said that Wincing was not a good album. FYI: it's my favorite album of all time (so far)
Mega-Tallica;3311611 said:Pantera1) Cowboys From Hell2) Far Beyond Driven3) Vulgar Display Of Power4) The Great Southern Trendkill5) Reinventing The Steel
LegendofRock3021;3311700 said:I don't care that you left off their first 3 albums as much as leaving off their 4th (Power Metal), I don't think rating a band's discography should entail leaving off any band's albums, let alone 4. I highly suggest listening to that album, it's debatable, but I consider it the best thing they've ever done, so I'm a little annoyed that you left it off the list.
Mega-Tallica;3311728 said:Do you realize how hard it is to track down those albums? I'm just a casual Pantera fan so I just ranked their 5 main record label releases.
Rocket2Russia;3311803 said:Radiohead:1. The Bends2. OK Computer3. Kid A4. Pablo Honey5. In Rainbows6. Amnesiac7. Hail to the Thief
Gowienczyk;3311857 said:Switch Kid A with OK Computer and you have my opinion.
Fizzeler;3311877 said:fixed for my opinion Muse1. Origin Of Symmetry2. Absolution3. Black Holes & Revelations4. The Resistance5. Showbiz
Gowienczyk;3311888 said:Switch OOT and Absolution and you have my opinion. I haven't heard 4-5.