Some of this looks like colonoscopy footage (no, seriously).
New Eminem is, quite simply, the best guest-slot rapper in the world, and “Forever” is the proof of that.
…Guilty Conscience IS on there.
Consider it an unofficial #11.
Oh man, I went back and forth on that one so. many. times.
I get this joke.
Let England Shake over To Bring You My Love? Stories From The City? Fucking RID OF ME?
GET RID OF THIS GARBAGE LIST.
Gotta tell you, I’d put Pop at #1 with a bullet. The rest of this list is spot-on.
You guys are kewl.
Left WAY above Right.
No disrespect taken! Your list and mine aren’t actually ALL that different. I think the expansive, bind-blowing experience most people got from The Fragile was something I only got from Year Zero.
I still spin that disc regularly.
Wow! I never knew that. Somehow that makes it so much cooler to me.
I LOVE that album. A real revelation.
Fuck yeah, Doug!
Again, your soft spot for Remission is odd to me, but #1 and #2 are spot fucking on. My ‘other’ Remission cut could be…..
WORKHORSE!!!! That little guitar noodle thing drives me fucking nuts, it’s the single meanest moment in their whole catalog, and they never play it live! buncha fools. Props on you for banging Hearts Alive.
As much as I love The Czar, though, I’m definitely in the Last Baron camp. That song’s so ambitious and goes so many places, I nearly like it as much as Hearts Alive.
The Great Southern Darkness was one of my favorite metal records of 2011. I’m excited to hear more from these guys.
Regarding the title: judging by their MDF appearance and the “They Call Me Black Devil” video, they don’t take themselves very seriously. I’m sure they’re aware of exactly how ridiculous their sound is.
Pop is U2′s best album.
There, I said it.
So we get Amy Winehouse but not Reign in Blood!?!?!
At least Illmatic and Enter the 36 Chambers made it…
Dust Bowl Dance is the ONLY M&S song I like.
Wow, a russian novel of a work, and hard to think of a band more deserving!
This is excellent work, man. I never thought of the blaze arc and the FOAD arc as two sort of mirrored trilogies, but that makes a lot of sense.
I wonder–will Fenriz read this?
Oh man. Maybe its my inner Tool fanboy, but my favorite song off this one will always be Know Your Enemy.
I wish modern rock was still this catchy and this angry, and had rhythm sections this tight.
This is a pretty good list, but really? Discounting Playing The Angel is really sad, It’s almost as good as Violator and Black Celebration.
And no Question of Time?