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Announcing The Hardcore Husky Favorite Rock Album of all Tim Tournament

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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 22,003
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    Swaye said:

    Swaye said:

    80-90 is a murder hell with Back in Black and Master of Puppets on a crash course. AfD is good, but it's not those other two.

    Appetite has become a chick album.
    It's good shit. I loved it in it's day, but Battery trounces Welcome to the Jungle, Master trounces Sweet Child o Mine, and Sanitarium ties Paradise City at worst. It's just too much Metallica, on THE magnum opus metal record EVER made.
    Agree with above.

    HOWSOEVER, for me, the timless tracks on Appetite are It's So Easy, Out Ta Get Me, and Mr. Brownstone. Those hold the fuck up.
    Paradise City holds up amazingly well. Sweet Child and Jungle not as much.
    JoeEDangerouslyalumni94
  • JoeEDangerouslyJoeEDangerously Posts: 1,380
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    Swaye said:

    Swaye said:

    80-90 is a murder hell with Back in Black and Master of Puppets on a crash course. AfD is good, but it's not those other two.

    Appetite has become a chick album.
    It's good shit. I loved it in it's day, but Battery trounces Welcome to the Jungle, Master trounces Sweet Child o Mine, and Sanitarium ties Paradise City at worst. It's just too much Metallica, on THE magnum opus metal record EVER made.
    Agree with above.

    HOWSOEVER, for me, the timless tracks on Appetite are It's So Easy, Out Ta Get Me, and Mr. Brownstone. Those hold the fuck up.
    Paradise City holds up amazingly well. Sweet Child and Jungle not as much.
    Makes any All-Time great album list but Like I said... chick album nowadays
  • dncdnc Posts: 47,434
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    How long are the poles open on the 90s and beyond bracket?
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 22,003
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    dnc said:

    How long are the poles open on the 90s and beyond bracket?

    Into early next week. I need time to get through all the brackets. 1972- 79 tomorrow and probably will have to do the 65- 71 on Sat.
    dnc
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 22,003
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    Running behind this weekend. 1965 - 71 goes live on Mon.
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Posts: 23,441
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    Swaye said:

    Swaye said:

    80-90 is a murder hell with Back in Black and Master of Puppets on a crash course. AfD is good, but it's not those other two.

    Appetite has become a chick album.
    It's good shit. I loved it in it's day, but Battery trounces Welcome to the Jungle, Master trounces Sweet Child o Mine, and Sanitarium ties Paradise City at worst. It's just too much Metallica, on THE magnum opus metal record EVER made.
    Agree with above.

    HOWSOEVER, for me, the timless tracks on Appetite are It's So Easy, Out Ta Get Me, and Mr. Brownstone. Those hold the fuck up.
    Paradise City holds up amazingly well. Sweet Child and Jungle not as much.
    iTunes search for Sheryl Crowe’s version of Sweet Child.

    Brb, jo.
  • pawzpawz Posts: 9,114
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    Swaye said:

    Swaye said:

    80-90 is a murder hell with Back in Black and Master of Puppets on a crash course. AfD is good, but it's not those other two.

    Appetite has become a chick album.
    It's good shit. I loved it in it's day, but Battery trounces Welcome to the Jungle, Master trounces Sweet Child o Mine, and Sanitarium ties Paradise City at worst. It's just too much Metallica, on THE magnum opus metal record EVER made.
    Agree with above.

    HOWSOEVER, for me, the timless tracks on Appetite are It's So Easy, Out Ta Get Me, and Mr. Brownstone. Those hold the fuck up.
    All of this.
    GrundleStiltzkinPitchfork51
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