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Old 2002-09-14, 14:32
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Old 2002-09-14, 18:02
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Cradle of Filth started my hunger for black metal
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Old 2002-09-14, 18:07
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fuck!
metal albums you say. that would be cof - Bitter Suites To Succubi

Which a so you can see means im relatively new to black metal.
but as i said that album started it for me.
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Old 2002-09-16, 18:28
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metallica-kill em all -> my brother had this tape, and i was about 10 when i listened to it. I listened to seek and destroy over and over again. And pulling teeth. This is where my appreciation for metal came from.

Ozzy - speak of the devil -> Bought it for a gram of weed. It forged my love of sabbath and ozzy and all things metal.

Nirvana - bleach -> A friend of mine left his tape of this at my place. I became addicted to nirvana.

mega-deth - rust in peace -> Bought it off an older friend who sold it to me for a gram of weed. I listened to it for a long fuckign time.

slayer - south of heaven -> Got it at a time in life where i hated everybody and everything, i loved this shit. Hail slayer

PanterA - The great southern trendkill -> I had been listening to the other PanterA but did not have any albums (money went to weed ). But when i bought the great southern trendkill i was amazed. The album is so fucking powerful. I was shocked at the amount of hate and anger in the album, that i was instantly in love. Right from the fucking scream at the start of tgstk. I can hardly listen to it anymore, because it's now too fucking angry for me. But it helped me through a stage in life, and suprisingly opened my mind a bit (seriously). With floods, 10's and suicide note part 1.

Pink Floyd - meddle -> Two hits of high quality acid, the sony playstation's psychedelic equalizer and meddle on repeat. primarily "echoes". I became addicted to pink floyd. This was a massive step in expanding my musical tastes.

Pink Floyd - The wall -> After repeated listening's to meddle, i bought the wall. One of the best purchases of my life. I was completely blown away by the whole concept of the album. The way it's structured and the music blew my fucking mind.

From there i went to my parents collection of music and forged my love in different music. Clapton, the doors, beatles, lennon, hendrix, joplin, all the shit i despised as a child because my parents would be drinkin' and listening to it.

Cypress hill - black sunday -> It helped in my appreciation for hip-hop. Which i now listen to in plenty.


I know the thread was metal cd's but fuck it.
there's a lot of music i forgot to put here too.

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Old 2002-09-16, 20:11
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PanterA - The great southern trendkill -> I had been listening to the other PanterA but did not have any albums (money went to weed ). But when i bought the great southern trendkill i was amazed. The album is so fucking powerful. I was shocked at the amount of hate and anger in the album, that i was instantly in love. Right from the fucking scream at the start of tgstk. I can hardly listen to it anymore, because it's now too fucking angry for me. But it helped me through a stage in life, and suprisingly opened my mind a bit (seriously). With floods, 10's and suicide note part 1.


Kinda strange, you're one of few people that find the same things and fell in love with that CD for the same reasons that I did. One that I neglected to mention before. Only difference is, I still love it.
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Old 2002-09-19, 15:57
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Queensryche - operation mindcrime
Helloween - keeper of the seven keys I & II
Judas Priest - painkiller
Megadeth - rust in peace
Metallica - ride the lightning
Nightwish - Oceanborn
Iron Maiden - piece of mind
Iron maiden - killers
AC/DC - If you want blood... you've got it!
Deep purple - Machine head


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Old 2002-10-10, 07:39
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CNK - Ultra Violence Über Alles (It opened my eyes)

Cradle of Filth - Cruelty and The Beast (Opened my eyes version 2.0)

Mayhem - Grand Declaration of War (It helps me to concentrate and study)


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Old 2002-10-10, 14:35
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Dimmu Borgir - For all Tid and Spiritual Black Dimensions

Satyricon - Nemisis Divina

Those three albums got me into metal more than any.
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Old 2002-10-12, 05:27
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The "Black" album by Guess Who. (Metallica just in case you didnt know...:rolleyes
This really started it for me, though I just kept on yearning heavier, darker stuff, so its just really progressed through Sepultura-like stuff, to Dimmu Borgir and black metal in general. I think my most influential black metal album would have to be either Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia, Spiritual Black Dimensions or Hatebreeder (CoB). Other very influential albums are Enthrone Darkness, Master of Puppets, Beneath the Remains, etc etc (I'm sure you are all mostly aware of the drill...)
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Old 2002-10-13, 06:14
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DIMMU BORGIR - Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia
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Old 2002-10-15, 12:04
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For me it all started with Cradle of Filth, being the first band black metal band to listen to after decades of metallica. After that, Children of Bodom, Dimmu Borgir and we´re off! Then Marduk, Cannibal Corpse etc, each time a step harder!
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Old 2002-10-15, 15:08
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MetallicA - ...and justice for all: first time i ever heard metal in my life.

PanterA - Vulgar Display Of Power: yeah!!! those guys have completely
change my musical interest when i was 12..." those guys rocks!!! from now on i'm a
metalhead"

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon: my parents were always listening to Pink Floyd.
Since i'm alive i've always like and respect their music to the highest point.

The Police - The first time in my life i ever hate a band (i was like 8 or 9 years old)
sorry i just can't stand Sting voice's (Roxaaaaaaaaanne !!!!!! Make's me violent. My father is a big fan of him.

M.C Hammer, Vanilla Ice, NKOTB - those were my heroes from 8 to 10 years old
(yeah...i've been musically abuse by the industry when i was youger... sad...really sad.) But now i feel better. I even went to Vanilla ice concert (first ever show).
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Old 2002-10-17, 12:55
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Hypocrisy--Osculum Obscenum
Emperor--Split w/Enslaved
Deicide--Legion
Samael--Blood Ritual
Morbid Angel--Covenant
Megadeth--Rust in Peace
Dismember--Indecent and Obscene
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Old 2002-11-11, 20:36
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METAL ALBUMS TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE

METALLICA-KILL EM' ALL-FIRST ALBUM OF TRUE METAL I BOUGHT(I BOUGHT THIS AFTER I BOUGHT RELOAD WHEN IT CAME OUT)-IT MADE ME WANT TO PLAY GUITAR
SLAYER-REIGN IN BLOOD-FIRST TASTE OF BLACK METAL-MADE ME WANT TO PLAY GUITAR EVEN MORE THAN EVER.
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Old 2002-11-11, 20:39
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Slayer Black Metal ? ... dude you're VERY confused
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Old 2002-11-15, 08:02
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One Album:

Cruelty and the Beast by Cradle of Filth.

Borrowed it off a mate, and he had to fight me to get it back. This album introduced me into the darker side of music. Before it was all about old Metallica, Fear Factory, Slipknot, and Sepultura.
The theme of this album is excellent, something i had never encountered before. The speed and technicality of the drumming, the atmoshpere created by Dani's shrill screams together with the keyboards. This is one of their greatest albums, and never really re-claimed form (although their first album with Sony is sounding promising.)

A close second is My Dying Bride's "Light at the End of the World". This introduced me to Doom/Death and since then I've got "As the Flower Whithers" (an equal classic) and "Like Gods of the Sun".
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Old 2002-11-16, 11:17
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Re: METAL ALBUMS TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE

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SLAYER-REIGN IN BLOOD-FIRST TASTE OF BLACK METAL


hehe, i wonder what slayme thinks about this.

and if this was true in like a parallel universe, i wonder what slayme would be like.
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Old 2002-11-16, 18:33
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IRON MAIDEN-Killers
MEGADETH-Peace Sells
SAVATAGE-Power of the Night
DIO-Holy Diver
CORONER-Punishment for Decadence
MORBID ANGEL-Covenent
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alice cooper i remember way back in 1989 the single poision
was in the charts and asking my father for some pocket money
so i could go and buy it, that was the first hard rock,metal song i ever
brought iron maiden, g.n.r ,styx ,motorhead,come next.Then i got deep in to extreme metal trash death black metal and still a huge fan and allways will be
slayer, possessed, exodus, death, morbid angel, VENOM, deliverance ete.
then come darkthrone burzum emperor mayhem.but there is one band
who i love the most BATHORY my all time favorite by a long way R.I.P
SO YES ALICE COOPER CHANGED MY LIFE
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Old 2005-03-30, 13:22
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alice cooper i remember way back in 1989 the single poision
was in the charts and asking my father for some pocket money
so i could go and buy it, that was the first hard rock,metal song i ever
brought iron maiden, g.n.r ,styx ,motorhead,come next.Then i got deep in to extreme metal trash death black metal and still a huge fan and allways will be
slayer, possessed, exodus, death, morbid angel, VENOM, deliverance ete.
then come darkthrone burzum emperor mayhem.but there is one band
who i love the most BATHORY my all time favorite by a long way R.I.P
SO YES ALICE COOPER CHANGED MY LIFE

yeah, new guy, this is a dead and gone thread, check the dates, its three years gone
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