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Favorite Jag Panzer album

Discussion in 'Jag Panzer' started by schenkadere, May 9, 2008.

  1. schenkadere

    schenkadere Obey my dog!

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    So far, mine is The Fourth Judgement...I love Tafolla's playing on this one and the entire album is just classic heavy metal riffage just like back in the day.:headbang:
     
  2. Katana Overlord

    Katana Overlord Master of the Pit

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    Ample Destruction followed closely by Thane to the Throne and Chain of Command. You can't really go wrong with any album!
     
  3. elTob

    elTob A magic man, mama!

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    My favorites are Ample Destruction and Mechanized Warfare, I think. Not an easy one to figure out.

    AD because of its rawness and energy and MW because of Cold is the Blade which is one of my favorite songs ever; but the others songs are very good, too.
     
  4. Katana Overlord

    Katana Overlord Master of the Pit

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    I especially love Power Surge from Mechanized Warfare, that song always gets me pumped and headbanging!
     
  5. schenkadere

    schenkadere Obey my dog!

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems as time went on, they became more "power metal". I don't consider Ample Destruction or The Fourth Judgement to have those "power metal" qualities...they're just classic heavy metal. Now listening to The Age of Mastery, I hear the transition. Still a great album.
     
  6. elTob

    elTob A magic man, mama!

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    Yes, of course there is a notable difference. I just always have a hard time naming the styles bands play. I think Ample Destruction was heavy metal, the more recent albums are U.S. style power metal with more melody.

    I think that The Fourth Judgement does have the mentioned "power metal qualities" because in my opinion it sounds like the connection between the old and the new sound. By the way, I think the bass drum on that record is not too well produced. I'd show more love if it was better. Still love Despair or Call of the Wild. ;)
     
  7. Marco Spain

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    Well, I love "The age of mastery" but given the fact that it includes songs re-recorded from other periods ("Chain of command", "Burning heart",...), I´d pick:

    1. Ample Destruction
    2. Casting the stones
    3. Chain of command
     
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    "Mechanized Warfare"...clearly! =)
     
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    Ample does rule! COC,MW,TTTT & CTS kick ass too! quality stuff right there:headbang:
     
  10. TheBodomBeachTerror

    TheBodomBeachTerror Im metal till I die!

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    for me, its EASILY casting the stones........with amazing song like tempest, vigilant, fast or famine, legion immortal .... this album is my favourite
     
  11. Marco - Battleroar

    Marco - Battleroar U.S. Metal Gentleman

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    1 - AMPLE DESTRUCTION / TYRANTS E.P.

    2 - CHAIN OF COMMAND

    3 - 4TH JUDGEMENT
     
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    Ample Destruction. Fond memories from my teenage years.
     
  13. schenkadere

    schenkadere Obey my dog!

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    I'm confused...when was Chain of Command actually released? Is the later re-release the original recording?
     
  14. Jean-Pierre

    Jean-Pierre Son of The Bitch

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    Yes.
     
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    I think Casting The Stones is my favorite .. it's the strongest from start to finish in my opinion ... great disc. Thane To The Throne is a very close 2nd .. love that disc.

    Britt
     
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    Dissident Alliance


    (bad joke)


    To be serious, this thread has only one correct answer and this is Ample Destruction of course!
     
  17. Michael von Rabensblut

    Michael von Rabensblut The mighty STRYGON

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    Best album? Definitely it is Mechanical Warfare
     
  18. Dean ML Tribute

    Dean ML Tribute Metal lp collector

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    Ample Destruction, no hands down. I'd like to see Mark and Company go back to their roots for an upcoming lp
     
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    Mechanized Warfare. It has the best vocals of Harry in my opinion, and the songs have some different, creative ideas behind them.
     
  20. Michael von Rabensblut

    Michael von Rabensblut The mighty STRYGON

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    Yes I can Dissident Alliance is absolutely crap. Not only as JP album but generaly I did not find anything interesting on it.
     

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