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    Default Re: Without Further Ado: SDUGF's Top 100 Albums

    [QUOTE=Pink Unicorn Horsey;2234602]There are 91 albums that received only one #10 vote, and no other votes. Here they are, listed alphabetically by album title:


    Gutter Ballet - Savatage
    Twilight_O dont tell me you forgot 'Tage, dude?
    The fact no Uriah Heep, no Uli Roth era Scorpions, no Wicked Sensation got on the list says that you people should have your head examined.

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    Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
    Black Sabbath - Born Again
    Scorpions - Taken By Force
    Deep Purple - Machine Head
    Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself
    Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
    Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
    Scorpions - Virgin Killer
    Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation
    Savatage - Gutter Ballet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diocletian View Post
    I know it's all about opinions, and, apparently, everyone on here has a crappy opinion, but....

    Dokken are on there? And not only that, they're ahead of "Rust In Peace" and Jethro Tull aren't even on there?
    But Dokken are?

    What the feck?

    Oh BTW - "LOL" at Aceman's list. I thought you were into some cool heavy rock.
    Not to mention the fact that there was only one Who album, Quadrophenia, and it was tied with a John Mayer album for #100. WTF?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Monkey View Post
    Not to mention the fact that there was only one Who album, Quadrophenia, and it was tied with a John Mayer album for #100. WTF?!?!
    Who's Next is on there - no. 35

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDrex View Post
    Who's Next is on there - no. 35
    It is? Dammit, near blindness!

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    In my opinion, if you didn't contribute to the list, you have no right to complain.
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    nice work man!!!

    Jar of Flies made it!!!
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    Not too much on that list surprised me tbh......

    Here's mine incase anyone cares:

    1. Appetite For Destruction - G N R
    2. Blizzard Of Oz - Ozzy Osbourne
    3. Alive! - Kiss
    4. Live At Wembley - Queen
    5. Dr Feelgood - Motley Crue
    6. Live Classic - Aerosmith
    7. Texas Flood - SRV
    8. Still Got The Blues - Gary Moore
    9. The Colour and The Shape - Foo Fighters
    10. Dookie - Green Day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Unicorn Horsey View Post
    In my opinion, if you didn't contribute to the list, you have no right to complain.
    Eh? Are you "Not saying, just saying"?

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    I'm amazed U2's "Joshua Tree" made it that far. I thought most guitar players dislike U2? And if any U2 was going to show up, I would have assumed it would be something like "Boy" or "War".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brow View Post
    Not too much on that list surprised me tbh......

    Here's mine incase anyone cares:

    1. Appetite For Destruction - G N R
    2. Blizzard Of Oz - Ozzy Osbourne
    3. Alive! - Kiss
    4. Live At Wembley - Queen
    5. Dr Feelgood - Motley Crue
    6. Live Classic - Aerosmith
    7. Texas Flood - SRV
    8. Still Got The Blues - Gary Moore
    9. The Colour and The Shape - Foo Fighters
    10. Dookie - Green Day
    Well...some of those aren't bad at all, but "Shout At The Devil" has to be Crue's classic?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Unicorn Horsey View Post
    There are 91 albums that received only one #10 vote, and no other votes. Here they are, listed alphabetically by album title:

    A Asspocket of Whiskey - R.L. Burnside
    Alcohol Fueled Brewtality Live!! - Black Label Society
    Americana - Offspring, The
    Arise - Sepultura
    Bad Brains - Bad Brains
    Beggars Banquet - Rolling Stones, The
    Blessed Hellride - Black Label Society
    Blood of the Snake - Derek Sherinian
    Blow My Fuse - Kix
    Blue Wild Angel: Live at the Isle of Wight - Jimi Hendrix
    Born Under a Bad Sign - Alber King
    Calculating Infinity - Dillinger Escape Plan, The
    Cat Scratch Fever - Ted Nugent
    Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit - Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit
    Color Blind - Robert Randolph & The Family Band
    Come Hell or High Water - Deep Purple
    Covenant - Morbid Angel
    Cracked Rear View - Hootie and the Blowfish
    Crash of '47, The - Atomship
    Danger Danger - Danger Danger
    Dead Man's Song - Rock City Morgue
    Destroy Erase Improve - Meshuggah
    Enter the Chicken - Buckethead
    Everything Goes Numb - Streetlight Manifesto
    Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon
    Extreme Aggression - Kreator
    Eye of Every Storm, The - Neurosis
    Facing the Animal - Yngwie Malmsteen
    Fly to the Rainbow - Scorpions
    Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
    Futurama - Be Bop Deluxe
    Gaucho - Steely Dan
    Genesis - Talisman
    Get Out of My Yard - Paul Gilbert
    Girls Girls Girls - Mötley Crüe
    Give 'Em Enough Rope - Clash, The
    Gutter Ballet - Savatage
    Hellbound Train - Savoy Brown
    I Robot - Alan Parsons Project, The
    Imaginos - Blue Öyster Cult
    Ixnay on the Hombre - Offspring, The
    Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me - Cure, The
    Live at the Agora Ballroom - Molly Hatchet
    Lonesome Crow - Scorpions
    Madman Across the Water - Elton John
    Make It Rain - Michael Burks
    Monster Club - Groovie Ghoulies, The
    MUTEMATH - MUTEMATH
    Naveed - Our Lady Peace
    Need to Control - Brutal Truth
    New Miserable Experience - Gin Blossoms
    No More Tears - Ozzy Osbourne
    Only by the Night - Kings of Leon
    Over the Under - Down
    Oxygene - Jean-Michel Jarre
    Parables for Wooden Ears - Powderfinger
    Paradise Theater - Styx
    Parklife - Blur
    Raising Sand - Robert Plant/Alison Krauss
    Revelations - Audioslave
    Ritual - Shaman
    Rock N Roll Animal - Lou Reed
    Room for Squares - John Mayer
    Sailing to Philadelphia - Mark Knopfler
    Scenes - Marty Friedman
    Sea Level - Sea Level
    Slanted and Enchanted - Pavement
    Slip of the Tongue - Whitesnake
    Slipknot - Slipknot
    Some Girls - Rolling Stones, The
    Sound of White Noise - Anthrax
    Spilt Milk - Jellyfish
    Stadium Arcadium - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Standing on the Edge - Cheap Trick
    Stench of Redemption - Deicide
    Stormbringer - Deep Purple
    Street Survivors - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Swagger - Flogging Molly
    Through Being Cool - Saves the Day
    To Hell With the Devil - Stryper
    Transistor - 311
    True Carnage - Six Feet Under
    Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus - Spirit
    Twisted by Design - Strung Out
    U.K. - U.K.
    Universe - Silver Mountain
    Up on the Sun - Meat Puppets
    Us - Peter Gabriel
    World Container - Tragically Hip, The
    Yessongs - Yes
    Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots - Flaming Lips, The
    Does this mean that another member or members actually listed my #1 and #2in their top ten. I thought that would be nearly impossible. I must know who!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus1140 View Post
    Does this mean that another member or members actually listed my #1 and #2in their top ten. I thought that would be nearly impossible. I must know who!
    What were they?

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    Who voted for Morbid Angel and Marty Friedman?

    And who ELSE voted for Tull's "Minstrel In The Gallery"?!

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    Ha, no mention of any of my choices! I knew I didn't belong!

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    I have (had?) an awesome concert shirt that said

    ROKKEN with DOKKEN during the Lock & Key era. Have to agree, it's a good platter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diocletian View Post
    Who voted for Morbid Angel and Marty Friedman?

    And who ELSE voted for Tull's "Minstrel In The Gallery"?!
    Diocletian, I am sensing by your posting you are upset.

    Just call me sherlock.

    There isn't much on Keith's list I wouldn't listen to.

    I also have to 2nd Keith's call for non-voting complainers, even though I have NO CLUE who they are.

    PS. I totally forgot to add a Judas Priest album. I would have had a lot more from that list if it was extended to a top 20.

    The 60-80's were strong because those decades were all about the complete album. Something that is almost completely gone in the modern era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus1140 View Post
    Does this mean that another member or members actually listed my #1 and #2in their top ten. I thought that would be nearly impossible. I must know who!
    No, those are only albums that were listed #10 on one person's list.
    Oh no.....


    Oh Yeah!

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    my top one didn't even make the list! you heretics! hahaha

    1) Steely Dan "Aja"
    2) Eric Clapton "live in hyde park"
    3) Eric Clapton 24 nights
    4) Stevie Ray Vaughan "Texas Flood"
    5) SRV live at el mocambo
    6) The Who "Tommy"
    7) The Who "Who's Next"
    8) Dream Theater "live scenes from new york"
    9) Metallica Master of Puppets
    10) Metallica Black Album

    these were definitely the most influential to me, i remember watching the Eric Clapton and SRV DVD's and playing along to them, (which was a lot of times my practice!), i guess my dad was a patient father

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    well that was interesting. two of mine made it, and two that I gave honorable mention to made it. guess metal church's "the dark" isn't too popular 'round these parts, hehe.
    Last edited by DankStar; 08-09-2009 at 01:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by \m/(00)\m/ View Post
    my top one didn't even make the list! you heretics! hahaha

    1) Steely Dan "Aja"
    2) Eric Clapton "live in hyde park"
    3) Eric Clapton 24 nights
    4) Stevie Ray Vaughan "Texas Flood"
    5) SRV live at el mocambo
    6) The Who "Tommy"
    7) The Who "Who's Next"
    8) Dream Theater "live scenes from new york"
    9) Metallica Master of Puppets
    10) Metallica Black Album

    these were definitely the most influential to me, i remember watching the Eric Clapton and SRV DVD's and playing along to them, (which was a lot of times my practice!), i guess my dad was a patient father
    +1 For exquisite taste in music.

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