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Dr Malachi Constant
PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2006 9:22 pm  Reply with quote
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bart138 wrote:


T. Rex - (pretty much anything from Electric Warrior through Tanx): Marc Bolan and Tony Visconti were the best musician-producer team of all time. No one else wring such depth out of such seemingly simple songs.


And I agree with that, wholeheartedly. T. Rex kicked ass, man. Lots of it.
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JasonX
PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 2:28 pm  Reply with quote



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Cash Bailey wrote:
We've all got them. Great albums from established bands that people either didn't get, or just dismissed totally.

I'll get started with...

MOTLEY CRUE's self-titled, with John Corabi on vocals. Even when I first heard it I thought it was brilliant. The Bob Rock production is fat and heavy, the songs are amazing and diverse, and Corabi has one of the best, dirtiest set of blues-rock pipes since Tyler.

In the midst of grunge it was completely ignored but it's still the only album I've ever bought twice (after having my first copy pinched).



This was Motley at their creative prime! Corabi is just insane on this cd, the sound amazing. On of the best sounding cd ever in my opinion.

I also would like to say Motley's "New Tattoo" is one of my other favorites. Great songs, sound and being it that Tommy Lee is a drumming idol of mine, he's not on it and I still love this cd.

These 2 cds are completely underrated and overlooked in the Motley cataloge.
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JasonX
PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 3:04 pm  Reply with quote



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Another underrated album.

Dio "Lock up theWolves"

Rowan Robertson was simply amazing with his guitar. Great riffs and guitar tone. Greatest Dio cd IMO.
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Cash Bailey
PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 4:56 am  Reply with quote



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Anything with Dio on it is instantly God-like.
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bartholemewj
PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:55 am  Reply with quote



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Well as far as "underrated albums", I really dig...

"Black and Blue" by the Rolling Stones
"...Goes to Hell" by Alice Cooper

and pretty much all the post Road to Ruin Ramones albums are just dandy, being the Ramones and all...
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JChimpo
PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:15 pm  Reply with quote



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bart138 wrote:
Mountain - Nantucket Sleighride: Most people only know Mississippi Queen, but Mountain gets severely screwed when talking about heavy rock from the early seventies. This album especially seems to be completely overlooked, despite having one of the best A-sides of all time.

I love Mountain. If you noticed, my location says On Yasgurs Farm for a reason.

Someone also mentioned Dio's "Lock up the Wolves." That's my fucking email address. Razz
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Cropsy86
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2007 7:07 am  Reply with quote



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Death - Spiritual Healing
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VideoNasty
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 3:28 am  Reply with quote



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Big Sugar-"Heated"

Early (and I'm talking 1970's early) ZZ Top meets Bob Marley.

This might not satisfy some of those black-metal hearts of some of you, but if you like just plain ole' great dirty Rock-n-Roll with a hint of Reggae, check out these Canucks from the Great White North.

The car on the cover says it all.
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