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« Reply #30 on: April 20, 2008, 07:56:13 pm »

Blue Cheer was the first hard rock band ever

Sabbath made it dark

Zeppelin was the first 'known' band to use screamed vocals

Van Halen revolutionized guitar playing

Quiet Riot (though they suck) made the first metal album to become the #1 album in America

Metallica saved metal from the glam bands

Guns 'N' Roses holds the record for most albums sold for a debut
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« Reply #31 on: April 20, 2008, 08:23:39 pm »

These threads quickly become a generalized repetition of past generalized repetitions.
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« Reply #32 on: May 17, 2008, 06:17:25 am »

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ZonedWithinRage said: Death - Individual Thought Patterns (Influenced both the development of Melodic Death, Technical Death and Progressive Metal and a great example of Death's signature style of playing)

Reign in Blood - Slayer (Most succesful album of the "unholy trinity of '86" and a great influence on the development of extreme metal)

Venom - Black Metal (Venom's classic and perhaps the earliest and greatest influence on the development of black metal)

Possessed - Seven Churches (Godfather of Death Metal albums)

Paranoid - Black Sabbath (Highly influential when it came out and in Doom and Stoner Metal it's influence is still felt as of today)

Iron Maiden - Number of The Beast (Classic Maiden)

Judas Priest - Painkiller (The king of Speed Metal albums)

Dream Theater - Images and Words (The defining Prog album)

Metallica - Ride the Lightning (Metallica's perhaps most sonically extreme album and big influences, along with their debut, on Thrash's, and therefore indirectly on extreme metal's, development)

Metallica - Master of Puppets (One of the few albums with both a great metalhead acceptance as well as mainstream acceptance, and a true classic)


I got every one of those albums.ALL very influential.Really,without Death & possessed metal would have went in a different direction.
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« Reply #33 on: February 06, 2009, 05:51:12 pm »

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ZonedWithinRage said: Death - Individual Thought Patterns (Influenced both the development of Melodic Death, Technical Death and Progressive Metal and a great example of Death's signature style of playing)

Reign in Blood - Slayer (Most succesful album of the "unholy trinity of '86" and a great influence on the development of extreme metal)

Venom - Black Metal (Venom's classic and perhaps the earliest and greatest influence on the development of black metal)

Possessed - Seven Churches (Godfather of Death Metal albums)

Paranoid - Black Sabbath (Highly influential when it came out and in Doom and Stoner Metal it's influence is still felt as of today)

Iron Maiden - Number of The Beast (Classic Maiden)

Judas Priest - Painkiller (The king of Speed Metal albums)

Dream Theater - Images and Words (The defining Prog album)

Metallica - Ride the Lightning (Metallica's perhaps most sonically extreme album and big influences, along with their debut, on Thrash's, and therefore indirectly on extreme metal's, development)

Metallica - Master of Puppets (One of the few albums with both a great metalhead acceptance as well as mainstream acceptance, and a true classic)

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