12:29 - Redn1ght Shmyt, true. But then again there's not many of those sorts of classics/comparable in the modern metal that new people could enjoy easily. ;)
11:50 - Bad English anyway going back to work soom, see you tommrow
11:30 - Bad English finaly I got 2.5h brake in a work ;D
11:13 - Shmyt well to be fair, how many people were told "oh, you want to listen to some good metal? try (insert classic here)." It's easy to recommend the old gold because its been around so long you've likely even heard it before you knew
10:02 - Risto Yeah, there are still albums being released that are easily as good as the top 200 of this site
09:31 - Lethrokai ...albums released from that point are more likely to have lower ratings. (+vote abusing has become more noticeable...) It's a pattern you'll find on most music rating sites.
09:27 - Lethrokai Eh, the rise in popularity of the internet explains that best. New albums are always judged more harshly upon their initial release, and as such with more people to judge those new albums due to the rise in internet popularity...
Disc I 01. The Moor 02. Axeman 03. Fear Of God 04. Largactyl 05. Drink And Be Merry 06. Spoils Of Victory 07. Arise! 08. Slave 09. The Darkest Hour 10. Right To Ride [2000 re-release bonus] 11. Beyond The Sun [2000 re-release bonus]
Disc II[Live at "The Ambulance Station" in London 2nd February 1985 (2014 remastered edition)] 01. The Moor 02. Largactyl 03. Axeman 04. Spoils Of Victory 05. The Fear Of God 06. Fallen From Grace 07. Slave 08. Arise! 09. Drink And Be Merry 10. The Darkest Hour 11. Largactyl
01. Battery Humans 02. Control 03. Progress 04. Sanctuary 05. The Church Is For Sinners 06. Sunshine Ward 07. Moscow Madness 08. Carnage 09. Curfew 10. Belief 11. No Gods No Masters 12. Winter 13. Beginning Of The End
01. Battery Humans 02. Control 03. Progress? 04. Sanctuary 05. The Church Is For Sinners 06. Sunshine Ward 07. Moscow Madness 08. Winter 09. Beginning Of The End 10. Carnage 11. Curfew 12. Belief 13. No Gods No Masters