Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by steve397 (2020)
- Chart updated: 03/27/2020 20:15
- (Created: 04/28/2016 22:46).
- Chart size: 100 albums.
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Great chart, right up my street, 19 in common, maybe I need to hear Sabaton!
This chart and my overall chart don't have any overlap, but if I'm looking for seventies metal, this is the chart I'm coming to for ideas!
Hey, this guy really rocks. Presence is an awesome album, and has one of the best opening epic rock songs ever. Glad to see multiple Thin Lizzy albums, too. Not familiar with Sabaton, but I love Swedish hard rock. Speaking of which, you ever heard of the band Graveyard? I bet you would like them.
That Powerslave cover looks so similar to the cover of All 'n All by Earth Wind & Fire that every time I see it I think that's what it is. Did you ever see it? Oh, btw. Very good 70s-heavy chart.
Weird combination of artists but I like it, keep on rocking dude!!
Too loud for me, but you like what you like and that's what matters.
Yes, lots of metal, but also some Neil Young (including folk's Harvest), Jethro Tull or Muse which is nice. What I find not as good is to see so much "commercial" metal, i.e Iron Maiden or Metallica and a lack of less known metal bands from other genres like folk metal or prog metal.
I like metal too! Sabbath, Maiden, Metallica? Dont mind if I do (:
Nice list my dude. You seem to like metal.