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Best Debut Albums of all Time

Discussion in 'Anthrax' started by MetalThrasher442, Apr 15, 2008.

  1. Rock n Roll Dave

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    :D Damn right!

    AFD is by far and away the album I have played most in my collection but I can still put it on and love it like it was brand new yesterday
     
  2. Canucklehead

    Canucklehead Hockey Mad and Lovin' It!

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    Texas Flood - SRV (still sounds great)
    March of the Saint - Armored Saint (doesn't sound dated at all)
    Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath (still as heavy as hell)
    The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move - Infectious Grooves (what's not to love about Sarsippius?)
    Liquid Tension Experiment - Liquid Tension Experiment (amazing what some guys can do in a week)
    Kill 'Em All - Metallica (one of the great thrash albums of all time)
    Blizzard of Ozz - Ozzy Osbourne (Randy Rhoads, all you need to know)
    Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies (some classic songs)
    The Legacy - Testament (another classic thrash album)
    Texas Sugar/Strat Magic - Chris Duarte Band (great blues/rock)
    Appetite for Destruction - Guns 'n Roses(the only album I actually like by them)

    A few other bands had good debuts (Slayer, Anthrax, Sepultura, Dream Theater, Megadeth, etc.), but they didn't do much for me. Listen to them once in a while, but I much prefer later albums from them. And, there's a few others (Overkill, Pantera (Cowboys doesn't count), Motorhead, etc.) that I haven't actually heard yet, but plan to hear sometime in the future.
     
  3. meep17

    meep17 Oh Snap...

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    Hopefully I'm not repeating too much... *searches through iTunes*

    Toxik: World Circus (The vocals aren't my favorite-- can anyone say HELIUM!!!-- but everything else is kick-ass.)
    Queensryche: The Warning
    Deadly Blessing: Ascend From the Cauldron (OK, so it's their only album... but it's awesome anyway. :p)
    Agent Steel: Skeptics Apocalypse
    Alice in Chains: Facelift
    Candlemass: Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
    Crimson Glory: Crimson Glory
    Iron Maiden: Iron Maiden
    Jag Panzer: Ample Destruction
    Kyuss: Wretch
    Led Zeppelin: I
    Overkill: Feel the Fire
     
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    Yeah it's gotta be up there. And I forgot it in my list!
     
  5. skullkrusher

    skullkrusher Among The Living

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    Pantera-Cowboys From Hell
     
  6. mdmatt4ever

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    yay, because thats pantera's first album :Smug:
     
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    timmyc Member

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    Ooooooppps :lol:
     
  8. DumbAss

    DumbAss Supreme Ruler of the Sofa

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    Don't Forget "Guns N' Roses, Spaghetti Incident"
     
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    ballofsteel New Metal Member

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    It was their first album released on a record label.
     
  10. Joecephus

    Joecephus Member

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    Deep Purple - "Burn"

    It was kind of a "debut album" at least for David Coverdale and the Mk iii lineup.
     
  11. putihsom

    putihsom Judge, Jury, Executioner

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    In that case it has to be Sound Of White Noise! Bushthrax' debut...
     
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    schenkadere Obey my dog!

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    Iron Maiden-Iron Maiden
    Rainbow-Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
    Dio-Holy Diver
    Jeff Healey-See the Light
    Guthrie Govan-Erotic Cakes
    Jag Panzer-Ample Destruction
    GnR-Appetite for Destruction
    Black Sabbath-Black Sabbath
    The Legacy-Testament
    Kill 'em All-Metallica
    Alcatrazz-No Parole From Rock n Roll
    Melissa-Mercyful Fate
    UFO-Phenomenon
    Angel Witch-Angel Witch
    MSG-Michael Schenker Group
    Van Halen-Van Halen
    Yngwie Malmsteen-Rising Force
    Dire Straits-Dire Straits
    Steve Morse-The Introduction
     
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    manu_8 what doesn't die hard 4.0

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    good to see up there: Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill
     
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    Black Sabbath-Black Sabbath
    Exodus-Bonded by Blood
    Suicidal Tendencies-Suicidal Tendencies
    Slayer-Show No Mercy
    Metallica-Kill 'em All
    S.O.D- Speak English or Die
    Guns n' Roses-Appetite for Destruction
    Down- NOLA
    BAD Brains
    Rage Against the Machine
    Iron Maiden-Iron Maiden
    Danzig
    Superjoint Ritual-Use Once and Destroy
    The stooges
    The Ramones
    :headbang:
     
  15. THEBALDGUYFROMBLACKLODGEVIDEO

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    I can't believe AC/DC's "High Voltage" hasn't been mentioned...
     
  16. Social Distortion

    Social Distortion The Voice of Reason

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    It's technically not their debut though...
     
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    Chairman Kaga Member

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    Alestorm - Captain Morgan's Revenge:headbang:
     
  18. Matty35

    Matty35 New Metal Member

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    Some great albums here, but theres two that kick my ass still to this day..

    Ozzy - Blizzard

    Van Halen - self titled


    Randy Rhoads & Eddie Van Halen , need i say more?


    Cheers

    Matty..:kickass:
     
  19. THEBALDGUYFROMBLACKLODGEVIDEO

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    I might be wrong, but as far as I know "High Voltage" was issued in Australia @ Albert Prod. in 1974...

    http://www.acdc-discography.com/d353.html
     
  20. Social Distortion

    Social Distortion The Voice of Reason

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    I always thought their first album, released in Australia, was Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap?:confused:

    Guess I was wrong then..:)
     

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