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Top Ten 2019

Discussion in 'Old School Metal Discussion' started by Wyvern, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. CiG

    CiG Infrared Horizon

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    Since I've already done my list for metal elsewhere, this one will just be heavy/doom/power etc:

    1. The Lord Weird Slough Feg - New Organon
    2. Legendry - The Wizard and the Tower Keep
    3. Quayde LaHüe - Love Out of Darkness
    4. Atlantean Kodex - The Course of Empire
    5. Lord Vicar - The Black Powder
    6. Saint Vitus - Saint Vitus
    7. Twisted Tower Dire - Wars in the Unknown
    8. Smoulder - Times of Obscene Evil and Wild Daring
    9. Altar of Oblivion - The Seven Spirits
    10. Magic Circle - Departed Souls

    Honourables:

    Aphrodite - Lust and War
    Seax - Fallout Rituals
    Solemn Ceremony - The Chamber
    Allagash - Cryptic Visions
    Angel Witch - Angel of Light
    Skelator - Cyber Metal
    Vulture - Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves
    Tanith - In Another Time
    Visigoth - Bells of Awakening
     
  2. TageRyche

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    You can check out my Top 10 CDs of 2019 (which includes all styles of music) HERE!
     
  3. Assault_Attack

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    1. Pretty Maids- Undress Your Madness 1st record I have ever bought by this band. I have to seriously buy more of there catalog.

    2. Queensryche - The Verdict outstanding!

    3. Rival Sons - Feral Roots Love this band. Great vocals.

    4. Lance King - Reprogram welcome back Lance! Pure Class!

    5. Aeon Zen –Inveritas Fav. Prog/Metal cd of 2019

    6. Dark Water – Human Nice return from Dark Waters.


    7. Arch/Matheos – Winter Ethereal I wish they would continue on As Fates Warning.

    8. Tony Mills – Beyond The Law R.I.P. Tony.

    9. Alter Bridge – Walk The Sky Excellent cd.

    10. Michael Schenker Fest – Revelation Nice to see this is working for MS.. Bonnet Rocks!!
     
  4. Wyvern

    Wyvern Master of Disaster
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    Uh, uh, uh.

    As one that have almost all their albums, I tell you is quite a task. I've been acquiring them throughout the years, and one I'm interested in ("Scream") is nearly impossible to get a decent price easily, one must dig into Discogs or eBay.

    Said that, there are ways to get some of them without such hassle, like this https://www.amazon.com/Pretty-Maids...3?keywords=pretty+maids&qid=1579907813&sr=8-3

    I recommend above all:

    "Future World"
    "Pandemonium"
    "Red, Hot & Heavy"
    "Anything Worth Doing, Is Worth Overdoing"

    and then if you like those, to venture and get more bit by bit.
     
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    "Pandemonium" is on my list. Look forward checking out. Thanks....
     
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    #26 Assault_Attack, Jan 31, 2020
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  7. Wyvern

    Wyvern Master of Disaster
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    The first two albums are a must be, "Jump The Gun" is so-so (I shouldn't have bought it myself), "Sin-Decade" never have listened too (but has the cover of 'Please Don't Leave Me' which slays), and "Stripped" I bought used in Antwerp, is a unplugged album of versions and new songs, more for me as a fan, but worth for '39' at least.
     

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