Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

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Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Romain » Tue Jan 03, 2017 4:35 pm

2016

http://www.rockhard.fr/

434 albums (1968-2016)

Just for thinking about this one. I just saw the magazine today.

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby lagire » Thu Jan 05, 2017 5:41 am

I hope this one is a resume of what i found months ago in this thread
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3611&hilit=M%C3%A9TALTH%C3%A8QUE

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Romain » Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:03 am

Sorry, I don't konw...but probably.

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby o.m. » Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:24 am

Hi metalbangers !!!!! Some of these lists can be found here in this forum

http://www.heavenandhell.fr/viewtopic.php?t=4255

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby lagire » Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:05 am

o.m. wrote:Hi metalbangers !!!!! Some of these lists can be found here in this forum


I yet search months ago about these lists, i found many volumes on RYM (about 20 i think), but the lists are still published on magazine
and i guess today they are about 40.
The problem is (unless buying them) that i don't find all the magazines on public library and so the serie is not complete...

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:01 am

A quick heads-up on this one. I don't have the magazine but I've checked on their Facebook page and they explain that this special issue indeed collect several of the various mini-chapters of the métalthèque previously published and discussed here:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3611&p=52402&hilit=m%C3%A9talth%C3%A8que#p52402

However, they do mention that they've been updated and that there are also bonus albums only featured in the special issue. In my opinion, to make things more simple, we should consider that only the list as featured in the recent special issue should be eligible since it's basically the up-to-date version of the métalthèque. Now if only someone could find it.

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Postby lagire » Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:44 pm

Pierre wrote:However, they do mention that they've been updated and that there are also bonus albums only featured in the special issue. In my opinion, to make things more simple, we should consider that only the list as featured in the recent special issue should be eligible since it's basically the up-to-date version of the métalthèque.


I'm agree with you.

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Postby StevieFan13 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:39 pm

Well, those in France'll probably have an easier time with that (as with the Jazz book, which I've had absolutely no luck finding for a reasonable price in the states).
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:32 am

Well, lookey here:

https://www.senscritique.com/liste/La_M ... 68#page-1/

Someone took it upon himself to post the entire list on the French website Senscritique! Now complete:


Hard Rock

Alice Cooper | Killer | 1971
Led Zeppelin | Led Zeppelin IV | 1971
Deep Purple | Machine Head | 1972
Uriah Heep | Demons and Wizard | 1972
Status Quo | Hello! | 1973
Ted Nugent | Ted Nugent | 1975
Aerosmith | Toys in the Attic | 1975
KISS | Destroyer | 1976
Thin Lizzy | Jailbreak | 1976
UFO | Lights Out | 1977
The Angels | Face to Face | 1978
Van Halen | Van Halen | 1978
Rainbow | Long Live Rock 'n' Roll | 1978
Rose Tattoo | Rose Tattoo | 1978
AC/DC | Highway to Hell | 1979
Scorpions | Lovedrive | 1979
Motörhead | Ace of Spades | 1980
Trust | Répression | 1980
The Michael Schenker Group | The Michael Schenker Group | 1980
Whitesnake | Ready an' Willing | 1980
Saxon | Wheels of Steel | 1980
Def Leppard | High 'n' Dry | 1981
Riot | Fire Down Under | 1981
Gary Moore | Victims of the Future | 1983
The Cult | Sonic Temple | 1989


Heavy Metal

Black Sabbath | Paranoid | 1970
Ozzy Osbourne | Blizzard of Ozz | 1980
Saxon | Strong Arm of the Law | 1980
Blue Öyster Cult | Fire of Unknown Origin | 1981
Accept | Restless and Wild | 1981
Iron Maiden | The Number of the Beast | 1982
Judas Priest | Screaming for Vengeance | 1982
Dio | Holy Diver | 1983
Anvil | Forged in Fire | 1983
Mercyful Fate | Melissa | 1983
Armored Saint | March of the Saint | 1984
Metal Church | Metal Church | 1984
Helloween | Keeper of the Seven Keys, Pt. I | 1987
Manowar | Kings of Metal | 1988
Running Wild | Death or Glory | 1989
Savatage | Gutter Ballet | 1989
Metallica | Metallica | 1991
Gamma Ray | Land of the Free | 1995
Grave Digger | Tunes of War | 1996
Stratovarius | Visions | 1997
Blind Guardian | Nightfall in Middle-Earth | 1998
Iced Earth | Something Wicked This Way Comes | 1998
Edguy | Theater of Salvation | 1999
Nevermore | Dreaming Neon Black | 1999
Manilla Road | Atlantis Rising | 2001

Southern Rock

The Allman Brothers Band | At Fillmore East | 1971
Lynyrd Skynyrd | (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd) | 1973
ZZ Top | Tres Hombres | 1973
Point Blank | Point Blank | 1976
Molly Hatchet | Flirtin' with Disaster | 1979
.38 Special | Rockin' into the Night | 1980
Johnny Van Zant | No More Dirty Deals | 1980
Blackfoot | Marauder | 1981
Doc Holliday | Doc Holliday Rides Again... | 1981
Outlaws | Soldiers of Fortune | 1986
The Black Crowes | Shake Your Money Maker | 1990
Gov't Mule | Dose | 1998


Punk

The Stooges | The Stooges | 1969
Ramones | Ramones | 1976
The Damned | Damned Damned Damned | 1977
The Sex Pistols | Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols | 1977
Radio Birdman | Radios Appear | 1977
The Clash | The Clash | 1977
Buzzcocks | Another Music in a Different Kitchen | 1978
Stiff Little Fingers | Inflammable Material | 1979
The Ruts | The Crack | 1979
Dead Kennedys | Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables | 1980
Charged GBH | City Baby Attacked by Rats | 1982
The Exploited | Troops of Tomorrow | 1982


NWOBHM

Saxon | Saxon | 1979
Def Leppard | On Through the Night | 1980
Iron Maiden | Iron Maiden | 1980
Angel Witch | Angel Witch | 1980
Diamond Head | Lightning to the Nations | 1980
Girlschool | Demolition | 1980
Raven | Rock Until You Drop | 1981
Tygers of Pan Tang | Spellbound | 1981
Demon | Night of the Demon | 1981
Venom | Welcome to Hell | 1981
Tank | Filth Hounds of Hades | 1982
Samson | Before the Storm | 1982


French hard rock of the 80's

Warning | Warning II | 1982
Stocks | Enregistré en public | 1982
Trust | Trust IV/Idéal | 1983
H-Bomb | Coup de Metal | 1983
High Power | High Power | 1983
Attentat Rock | Le Gang des Saigneurs | 1984
Satan Jokers | Trop fou pour toi | 1984
Sortilège | Métamorphose | 1984
Vulcain | Rock'n'Roll Secours | 1984
Blaspheme | Désir de vampyr | 1985
ADX | Execution | 1985
Killers | Danger de vie | 1986


Thrash Metal

Metallica | Kill 'Em All | 1983
Exodus | Bonded by Blood | 1985
Possessed | Seven Churches | 1985
Destruction | Infernal Overkill | 1985
Nuclear Assault | Game Over | 1986
Slayer | Reign in Blood | 1986
Flotsam and Jetsam | Doomsday for the Deceiver | 1986
Megadeth | Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? | 1986
Anthrax | Among the Living | 1987
Death Angel | The Ultra-Violence | 1987
Overkill | Taking Over | 1987
Testament | The Legacy | 1987
Suicidal Tendencies | How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today | 1988
Forbidden | Forbidden Evil | 1988
Sodom | Agent Orange | 1989
Heathen | Victims of Deception | 1991
Annihilator | Alice in Hell | 1989
Pantera | Cowboys from Hell | 1990
Kreator | Coma of Souls | 1990
Sacred Reich | The American Way | 1990
Dark Angel | Time Does Not Heal | 1991
Sepultura | Arise | 1991
Coroner | Mental Vortex | 1991
Machine Head | Burn My Eyes | 1994
Mekong Delta | Visions fugitives | 1994


Hair Metal

Mötley Crüe | Shout at the Devil | 1983
Quiet Riot | Metal Health | 1983
Ratt | Out of the Cellar | 1984
W.A.S.P. | W.A.S.P. | 1984
Twisted Sister | Stay Hungry | 1984
Stryper | Soldiers Under Command | 1985
Dokken | Under Lock and Key | 1985
Cinderella | Night Songs | 1986
Bon Jovi | Slippery When Wet | 1986
Europe | The Final Countdown | 1986
Poison | Look What the Cat Dragged In | 1986
Tesla | Mechanical Resonance | 1986
David Lee Roth | Eat 'Em and Smile | 1986
Def Leppard | Hysteria | 1987
Guns N' Roses | Appetite for Destruction | 1987
Whitesnake | Whitesnake/1987 | 1987
White Lion | Pride | 1987
Winger | Winger | 1988
Skid Row | Skid Row | 1989
Mr Big | Mr Big | 1989
Great White | ...Twice Shy | 1989
Alice Cooper | Trash | 1989
Extreme | Extreme II: Pornograffitti | 1990
Warrant | Cherry Pie | 1990
Lynch Mob | Wicked Sensation | 1990


Death Metal

Napalm Death | Scum | 1987
Obituary | Slowly We Rot | 1989
Sepultura | Beneath the Remains | 1989
Pestilence | Consuming Impulse | 1989
Deicide | Deicide | 1990
Entombed | Left Hand Path | 1990
Death | Human | 1991
Atheist | Unquestionable Presence | 1991
Massacra | Enjoy the Violence | 1991
Bolt Thrower | War Master | 1991
Morbid Angel | Blessed Are the Sick | 1991
Morgoth | Cursed | 1991
Cynic | Focus | 1993
Carcass | Heartwork | 1993
Loudblast | Sublime Dementia | 1993
Gorefest | Erase | 1994
At the Gates | Slaughter of the Soul | 1995
Dark Tranquillity | The Gallery | 1995
In Flames | Whoracle | 1997
Six Feet Under | Warpath | 1997
Nile | In Their Darkened Shrines | 2002
Vader | Revelations | 2002
Arch Enemy | Wages of Sin | 2001
Cannibal Corpse | The Wretched Spawn | 2004
Hypocrisy | The Arrival | 2004


Prog Metal

Pink Floyd | The Dark Side of the Moon | 1973
Kansas | Leftoverture | 1976
Rush | Hemispheres | 1978
Marillion | Script for a Jester's Tear | 1983
Queensrÿche | Operation: Mindcrime | 1988
Iron Maiden | Seventh Son of a Seventh Son | 1988
Crimson Glory | Transcendence | 1988
Watchtower | Control and Resistance | 1989
Magellan | Hour of Restoration | 1991
Fates Warning | Parallels | 1991
Dream Theater | Images and Words | 1992
Vanden Plas | The God Thing | 1997
Devin Townsend | Ocean Machine: Biomech | 1997
Symphony X | The Divine Wings of Tragedy | 1997
Shadow Gallery | Tyranny | 1998
Superior | Younique | 1998
Liquid Tension Experiment | Liquid Tension Experiment 2 | 1999
Beyond Twilight | The Devil's Hall of Fame | 2001
ARK | Burn the Sun | 2001
Porcupine Tree | In Absentia | 2002
DGM | Hidden Place | 2003
Oceansize | Effloresce | 2003
Pain of Salvation | BE | 2004
Threshold | Subsurface | 2004
Redemption | The Fullness of Time | 2005


Grunge

Mother Love Bone | Apple | 1990
Temple of the Dog | Temple of the Dog | 1991
Mudhoney | Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge | 1991
Pearl Jam | Ten | 1991
Nirvana | Nevermind | 1991
The Smashing Pumpkins | Gish | 1991
Screaming Trees | Sweet Oblivion | 1992
Stone Temple Pilots | Core | 1992
Alice in Chains | Dirt | 1992
Soundgarden | Superunknown | 1994
Hole | Live Through This | 1994
Mad Season | Above | 1995


Stoner

Sleep | Holy Mountain | 1992
Kyuss | ...And the Circus Leaves Town | 1995
Monster Magnet | Dopes to Infinity | 1995
Karma to Burn | Karma to Burn | 1997
Orange Goblin | Frequencies from Planet Ten | 1997
Sheavy | The Electric Sleep | 1998
Fu Manchu | Eatin' Dust | 1999
Spiritual Beggars | Mantra III | 1998
Nebula | Charged | 2001
The Heads | Under Sided | 2002
Los Natas | Corsarios negros | 2001
Unida | El Coyote | 2003 [bootleg]


Industrial Metal

Skinny Puppy | Too Dark Park | 1990
Treponem Pal | Aggravation | 1991
Ministry | Psalm 69: The Way to Succed and the Way to Suck Eggs | 1992
The Young Gods | T.V. Sky | 1992
Godflesh | Pure | 1992
Die Krupps | II - The Final Option | 1993
KMFDM | Angst | 1993
Prong | Cleansing | 1994
Nine Inch Nails | The Downward Spiral | 1994
Front Line Assembly | Millenium | 1994
Killing Joke | Pandemonium | 1994
Cubanate | Cyberia | 1994
White Zombie | Astro-Creep: 2000 - Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head | 1995
Fear Factory | Demanufacture | 1995
Samael | Passage | 1996
Stabbing Westward | Wither Blister Burn & Peel | 1996
Laibach | Jesus Christ Superstars | 1996
Marilyn Manson | Antichrist Superstar | 1996
Rammstein | Sehnsucht | 1997
Kong | EARMINeD | 1997
Spina | Le Meilleur des mondes | 1997
2wo | Voyeurs | 1998
Oomph! | Unrein | 1998
Pitchshifter | http://www.pichshifter.com | 1998
Filter | Title of Record | 1999


Dark Metal

Type O Negative | Bloody Kisses | 1993
Tiamat | Wildhoney | 1994
Paradise Lost | Draconian Times | 1995
My Dying Bride | The Angel and the Dark River | 1995
Cemetary | Sundown | 1996
Amorphis | Elegy | 1996
Anathema | Alternative 4 | 1998
Anathema | Judgement | 1999
Moonspell | Sin/Pecado | 1998
Sentenced | Frozen | 1998
The 69 Eyes | Blessed Be | 2000
HIM | Razorblade Romance | 1999
Katatonia | Viva Emptiness | 2003


Doom Metal

Black Sabbath | Black Sabbath | 1970
Trouble | Psalm 9 | 1984
Candlemass | Epicus Doomicus Metallicus | 1986
Solitude Aeturnus | Beyond the Crimson Horizon | 1992
Pentagram | Pentagram/Relentless | 1985
Count Raven | High on Infinity | 1993
The Obsessed | The Church Within | 1994
Cathedral | The Carnival Bizarre | 1995
Paul Chain | Alkahest | 1995
Saint Vitus | Die Healing | 1995
Electric Wizard | Come My Fanatics... | 1997
Morgion | Solinari | 1999
Shape of Despair | Shades of... | 2000
Goatsnake | Flower of Disease | 2000
Sons of Otis | Songs for Worship | 2001
Evoken | Quietus | 2001
Reverend Bizarre | In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend | 2002
Runemagick | Darkness Death Doom | 2003
Krux | Krux | 2002
Solace | 13 | 2003
Penance | Spiritualnatural | 2003
Thunderstorm | Faithless Soul | 2004
Sunn O))) | Black One | 2005
Celtic Frost | Monotheist | 2006


Viking/Pagan Metal

Bathory | Hammerheart | 1990
Enslaved | Eld | 1997
Kampfar | Mellom Skogkledde Aaser | 1996
Windir | Arntor | 1999
Ensiferum | Ensiferum | 2001
Belenos | Spicilège | 2002
Falkenbach | Ok nefna tysvar Tý | 2003
Primordial | The Gathering Wilderness | 2005
Moonsorrow | Verisäkeet | 2005
Solefald | Red for Fire: An Icelandic Odyssey Part I | 2005
Solefald | Black for Death: An Icelandic Odyssey Part II | 2006
Negură Bunget | OM | 2006
Amon Amarth | Twilight of the Thunder God | 2008


Guitar wizards

The Jimi Hendrix Experience | Electric Ladyland | 1968
Jeff Beck | Blow by Blow | 1975
Ted Nugent | Cat Scratch Fever | 1977
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble | Texas Flood | 1983
Yngwie Malsteem | Rising Force | 1984
Vinnie Moore | Mind's Eye | 1986
Joe Satriani | Surfing with the Alien | 1987
Gary Moore | Wild Frontier | 1987
Steve Stevens | Atomic Playboys | 1989
Steve Vai | Passion and Warfare | 1990
Patrick Rondat | Rape of the Earth | 1991
Steve Morse | Coast to Coast | 1992


Girls, girls, girls

The Runaways | The Runaways | 1976
Pat Benatar | In the Heat of the Night | 1979
Shakin' Street | Shakin' Street | 1980
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts | I Love Rock 'n' Roll | 1981
Girlschool | Hit and Run | 1981
Rock Goddess | Rock Goddess | 1983
Warlock | Triumph and Agony | 1987
Lita Ford | Lita | 1988
Vixen | Vixen | 1988
Phantom Blue | Phantom Blue | 1989
Holy Moses | World Chaos | 1990
Heart | Brigade | 1990
Mother's Finest | Black Radio Won't Play This Record | 1992
Jennifer Batten | Above, Below and Beyond | 1992
L7 | Bricks Are Heavy | 1992
The Gathering | Mandylion | 1995
Skunk Anansie | Post Orgasmic Chill | 1999
Nightwish | Wishmaster | 2000
Nashville Pussy | High as Hell | 2000
Within Temptation | Mother Earth | 2000
Lacuna Coil | Comalies | 2002
Plasmatics | Coup de Grace | 2002
Evanescence | Fallen | 2003
Arch Enemy | Anthems of Rebellion | 2003
Skew Siskin | Peace Breaker | 2007


UFOs

Hawkwind | In Search of Space | 1971
King Crimson | Red | 1974
Queen | A Night at the Opera | 1975
Cheap Trick | In Color | 1977
Saga | Worlds Apart | 1981
Electric Sun | Fire Wind | 1981
Bad Brains | Rock for Light | 1983
S.O.D.: Stormtroopers of Death | Speak English or Die | 1985
King's X | Gretchen Goes to Nebraska | 1989
Faith No More | The Real Thing | 1989
Voivod | Nothingface | 1989
Warrior Soul | Last Decade Dead Century | 1990
Psychotic Waltz | A Social Grace | 1990
Dweezil Zappa | Confessions | 1991
Primus | Sailing the Seas of Cheese | 1991
Galactic Cowboys | Galactic Cowboys | 1991
Helmet | Meantime | 1992
Danzig | Danzig III: How the Gods Kill | 1992
Rage Against the Machine | Rage Against the Machine | 1992
Waltari | So Fine! | 1994
Melvins | Stoner Witch | 1994
Meshuggah | Destroy Erase Improve | 1995
Mr. Bungle | Disco volante | 1995
Saigon Kick | Devil in the Details | 1995
Orphaned Land | El Norra Alila | 1996
Lid | In the Mushroom | 1997
Tribe After Tribe | Pearls Before Swine | 1997
Devin Townsend | Infinity | 1998
Neurosis | Times of Grace | 1999
S.U.P | Chronophobia | 1999
Mass Hysteria | Contraddiction | 1999
In the Woods... | Three Times Seven on a Pilgrimage | 2000
Apocalyptica | Cult | 2000
A Perfect Circle | Mer de Noms | 2000
System of a Down | Toxicity | 2001
Tool | Lateralus | 2001
Carnival in Coal | Fear Not | 2001
Opeth | Blackwater Park | 2001
30 Seconds to Mars | 30 Seconds to Mars | 2002
Arcturus | The Sham Mirrors | 2002
Muse | Absolution | 2003
The Mars Volta | Frances the Mute | 2005
Blackfield | Blackfield | 2004
Slipknot | Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses) | 2004
Mastodon | Leviathan | 2004
The Dillinger Escape Plan | Miss Machine | 2004
dredg | Catch Without Arms | 2005
Gojira | From Mars to Sirius | 2005


Bonus

Cactus | Cactus | 1970
Mountain | Nantucket Sleighride | 1971
KISS | KISS | 1974
AC/DC | Powerage | 1978
Barón Rojo | Volumen brutal | 1982
Tokyo Blade | Tokyo Blade | 1983
Def Leppard | Pyromania | 1983
Exciter | Heavy Metal Maniac | 1983
Trance | Power Infusion | 1983
Fastway | Fastway | 1983
Iron Maiden | Powerslave | 1984
The Michael Schenker Group | Rock Will Never Die | 1984
Hanoi Rocks | Two Steps from the Move | 1984
TNT | Tell No Tales | 1987
Celtic Frost | Into the Pandemonium | 1987
Voivod | Dimension Hätross | 1988
Metallica | ...And Justice for All | 1988
Impellitteri | Stand in Line | 1988
Aerosmith | Pump | 1989
Queensrÿche | Empire | 1990
Megadeth | Rust in Peace | 1990
Suicidal Tendencies | The Art of Rebellion | 1992
Thunder | Laughing on Judgement Day | 1992
Angra | Angels Cry | 1993
Steve Vai | Sex & Religion | 1993
Supuration | The Cube | 1993
Anthrax | Sound of White Noise | 1993
Talisman | Humanimal | 1994
Megadeth | Youthanasia | 1994
Asia | Aria | 1994
Dissection | Storm of the Light's Bane | 1995
T.M. Stevens | Boom! (Out of Control) | 1995
Blind Guardian | Imaginations from the Other Side | 1995
Type O Negative | October Rust | 1996
Tool | Ænima | 1996
Emperor | Anthems to the Welkin at Dust | 1997
Death | The Sound of Perseverance | 1998
The Gathering | How to Measure a Planet? | 1998
My Dying Bride | 34.788%... Complete | 1998
Summoning | Stronghold | 1999
Vex Red | Start with a Strong and Persistent Desire | 2002
dredg | El Cielo | 2002
Elend | Winds Devouring Men | 2003
A Perfect Circle | Thirteenth Step | 2003
Killing Joke | Killing Joke [2003] | 2003
Akercocke | Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone | 2005
Katatonia | The Great Cold Distance | 2006
Ulver | Shadows of the Sun | 2007
Electric Wizard | Witchcult Today | 2007
Airbourne | Runnin' Wild | 2007
The Devil's Blood | The Time of No Time Evermore | 2009
Ghost | Opus Eponymous | 2010

Maybe (just maybe) Pat Benatar's and Within Temptation's situation is not entirely without hope. Otherwise, this Pitchshifter album just breaks everything all the time. Is it possible to make it so that it doesn't turn into an URL?
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 12:03 pm

Well, well, well. Nugent returns. But do my eyes deceive me (they probably do), or did we escape Twisted Sister this time?
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Mon Apr 03, 2017 12:13 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:Well, well, well. Nugent returns. But do my eyes deceive me (they probably do), or did we escape Twisted Sister this time?


Take a closer look at the Hair Metal section ;)

I got used to the idea of Ted Nugent making a big entrance on AM on the next album update. At least, to balance it out, girls will get some push as well, that's rare enough in these hard 'n' heavy lists to be of note. Music from the confederate states will also get a handful of points this time around, in the wake of the country and hip-hop lists.

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Postby StevieFan13 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 3:24 pm

You think there's any chance you'll be adding to the spreadsheet anymore, Pierre?
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 3:25 pm

Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:Well, well, well. Nugent returns. But do my eyes deceive me (they probably do), or did we escape Twisted Sister this time?


Take a closer look at the Hair Metal section ;)

I got used to the idea of Ted Nugent making a big entrance on AM on the next album update. At least, to balance it out, girls will get some push as well, that's rare enough in these hard 'n' heavy lists to be of note. Music from the confederate states will also get a handful of points this time around, in the wake of the country and hip-hop lists.

Phooey.

It's nice that there was a whole girls-only section. I'm hoping that rap will get a big boost.
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Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 10:31 am

Now complete. Sure took their sweet time to add just ~20 albums.

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Pierre wrote:Now complete. Sure took their sweet time to add just ~20 albums.

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Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 2:01 pm

Is this one already in the spreadsheet?
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Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:24 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:Is this one already in the spreadsheet?


Nope! I believe I didn't add any incomplete lists :)

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:27 pm

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StevieFan13 wrote:Is this one already in the spreadsheet?


Nope! I believe I didn't add any incomplete lists :)

Then I'll put it in. Working on the spreadsheet has been a real chore, but I'm glad to be adding to AM.
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:54 pm

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Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:Is this one already in the spreadsheet?


Nope! I believe I didn't add any incomplete lists :)

Then I'll put it in. Working on the spreadsheet has been a real chore, but I'm glad to be adding to AM.


I hear ya ;)

A few of the lists I posted came after the party was over for me, like the last Camion Blanc batch or the last Tsunami Edizioni batch. Or so I think. A double-check might be in order.

I'm pretty proud of my work too. And still I'm frustrated: one of the last major heavy metal lists I heard of and didn't find is the 500 greatest albums from the German mag Rock Hard. Apparently, it's not featured at all over the web. This failure is probably dwarfed by my achievements in my search for hard & heavy lists, but it manages to spoil the fun for me :D :angry-banghead: Hopefully, it'll finally pop up someday.

Oh, and good luck adding all this of course :greetings-waveyellow: Thanks for your efforts.

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Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:02 pm

Thanks for the tip-off. I was just digging through the summary to see which lists hadn't been added yet. At this rate, it'll be another month or so before I've finally added all the lists I want to add.

And no prob! Ultimately, the satisfaction of adding to the site and helping Henrik out dwarfs the annoyance of adding the lists. (That 825 Albums list isn't gonna be a picnic, though).
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:02 pm

Maybe check eBay for that Rock Hard list? Maybe someone's offering it for cheap.
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:07 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:Thanks for the tip-off. I was just digging through the summary to see which lists hadn't been added yet. At this rate, it'll be another month or so before I've finally added all the lists I want to add.

And no prob! Ultimately, the satisfaction of adding to the site and helping Henrik out dwarfs the annoyance of adding the lists. (That 825 Albums list isn't gonna be a picnic, though).


For these two batches I talked about, I might take care of them if that's too much for you to handle with everything else you've got. No matter what, I may do a last round because the lion's share of all the lists to add is here and something in me whispers I might be crazy enough to be up for the task :mrgreen: I'm doing my best to shut it up, because another part of me reminds me that I was very tired after my last round.

StevieFan13 wrote:Maybe check eBay for that Rock Hard list? Maybe someone's offering it for cheap.


Perhaps. Most probably not. Anyway, if someone else owns it or is more of a collector than me, I'll let him take the stage first. Perhaps some day it'll be on Google Books.

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:11 pm

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StevieFan13 wrote:Thanks for the tip-off. I was just digging through the summary to see which lists hadn't been added yet. At this rate, it'll be another month or so before I've finally added all the lists I want to add.

And no prob! Ultimately, the satisfaction of adding to the site and helping Henrik out dwarfs the annoyance of adding the lists. (That 825 Albums list isn't gonna be a picnic, though).


For these two batches I talked about, I might take care of them if that's too much for you to handle with everything else you've got. No matter what, I may do a last round because the lion's share of all the lists to add is here and something in me whispers I might be crazy enough to be up for the task :mrgreen: I'm doing my best to shut it up, because another part of me reminds me that I was very tired after my last round.

StevieFan13 wrote:Maybe check eBay for that Rock Hard list? Maybe someone's offering it for cheap.


Perhaps. Most probably not. Anyway, if someone else owns it or is more of a collector than me, I'll let him take the stage first. Perhaps some day it'll be on Google Books.


You might have to wait a while. If you could handle those two batches in particular, I'd definitely appreciate it, and I'm a little nervous about tackling some of the longer lists. But I'll add as much as I can before I get burn-out and then you can take care of the rest. We AMers gotta look out for each other! :)
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Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:12 pm

You'll also be happy to know that I figured out a way to include the Israeli albums, so there's some more work you don't have to do.
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:14 pm

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Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:Thanks for the tip-off. I was just digging through the summary to see which lists hadn't been added yet. At this rate, it'll be another month or so before I've finally added all the lists I want to add.

And no prob! Ultimately, the satisfaction of adding to the site and helping Henrik out dwarfs the annoyance of adding the lists. (That 825 Albums list isn't gonna be a picnic, though).


For these two batches I talked about, I might take care of them if that's too much for you to handle with everything else you've got. No matter what, I may do a last round because the lion's share of all the lists to add is here and something in me whispers I might be crazy enough to be up for the task :mrgreen: I'm doing my best to shut it up, because another part of me reminds me that I was very tired after my last round.

StevieFan13 wrote:Maybe check eBay for that Rock Hard list? Maybe someone's offering it for cheap.


Perhaps. Most probably not. Anyway, if someone else owns it or is more of a collector than me, I'll let him take the stage first. Perhaps some day it'll be on Google Books.


You might have to wait a while. If you could handle those two batches in particular, I'd definitely appreciate it, and I'm a little nervous about tackling some of the longer lists. But I'll add as much as I can before I get burn-out and then you can take care of the rest. We AMers gotta look out for each other! :)


Just ring me. I'll definitely stick around, even if I don't contribute much to the forum - real life has me busy as well lately.

StevieFan13 wrote:You'll also be happy to know that I figured out a way to include the Israeli albums, so there's some more work you don't have to do.


Picture me glad. Those were definitely out of my reach - like the Taiwan and South Korea lists I posted links too.

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:16 pm

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Just ring me. I'll definitely stick around, even if I don't contribute much to the forum - real life has me busy as well lately.



I hear that. I just graduated high school, so I was pretty busy for a while as well. But now I'm going all-in since I have time to kill.

The Korean lists, I dunno. I don't really know how to translate Korean (the Israeli lists were aided by the fact that I found a phonetic Hebrew translator online).
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:37 pm

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Pierre wrote:
Just ring me. I'll definitely stick around, even if I don't contribute much to the forum - real life has me busy as well lately.



I hear that. I just graduated high school, so I was pretty busy for a while as well. But now I'm going all-in since I have time to kill.

The Korean lists, I dunno. I don't really know how to translate Korean (the Israeli lists were aided by the fact that I found a phonetic Hebrew translator online).


Just don't care about the Asian stuff. We'll just have to wait for a specialist.

Out of curiosity, which 825 albums list were you talking about? Because if it's the FNAC list you might need to check, but I believe it's already added.

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:15 pm

Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:
Pierre wrote:
Just ring me. I'll definitely stick around, even if I don't contribute much to the forum - real life has me busy as well lately.



I hear that. I just graduated high school, so I was pretty busy for a while as well. But now I'm going all-in since I have time to kill.

The Korean lists, I dunno. I don't really know how to translate Korean (the Israeli lists were aided by the fact that I found a phonetic Hebrew translator online).


Just don't care about the Asian stuff. We'll just have to wait for a specialist.

Out of curiosity, which 825 albums list were you talking about? Because if it's the FNAC list you might need to check, but I believe it's already added.


That's the one! I've checked through all the lists you, me, and Henrik said we added, and that one never showed up.
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 5:20 pm

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Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:
I hear that. I just graduated high school, so I was pretty busy for a while as well. But now I'm going all-in since I have time to kill.

The Korean lists, I dunno. I don't really know how to translate Korean (the Israeli lists were aided by the fact that I found a phonetic Hebrew translator online).


Just don't care about the Asian stuff. We'll just have to wait for a specialist.

Out of curiosity, which 825 albums list were you talking about? Because if it's the FNAC list you might need to check, but I believe it's already added.


That's the one! I've checked through all the lists you, me, and Henrik said we added, and that one never showed up.


At the start of the "Help Wanted" topic, there was a first spreadsheet before the one we're working on. This list was added in this one. Just look "FNAC" up :)

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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:00 pm

Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:
Pierre wrote:
Just don't care about the Asian stuff. We'll just have to wait for a specialist.

Out of curiosity, which 825 albums list were you talking about? Because if it's the FNAC list you might need to check, but I believe it's already added.


That's the one! I've checked through all the lists you, me, and Henrik said we added, and that one never showed up.


At the start of the "Help Wanted" topic, there was a first spreadsheet before the one we're working on. This list was added in this one. Just look "FNAC" up :)

I see! That'll be a help.
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Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:02 pm

What's the name of the spreadsheet? I went back far enough to see that a bunch of lists I was about to add were already added (the Cachin lists in particular) but I don't know which spreadsheet has the 825 albums.
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Postby StevieFan13 » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:23 pm

If it helps, here are all the album lists I was planning on adding/already added, and you can let me know if some of them were added already.
- Consequence of Sound - Masterpiece Reviews
- CTV News (Canada) - The Top 25 Canadian Albums of the 2000s (2009)
- The Boombox - The 20 Greatest Hip-Hop Albums of All Time
- Toby Creswell, Craig Mathieson, and John O'Donnell - 100 Best Australian Albums (2010)
- Volume - Making Music in Aotorea (New Zealand): 185 Vinyl Albums (2016)
- Panamerika - Lo Mejor de la Decada: 2000-2009 - Los Mejores 26 Discos (2009)
- Jason Paul Preston - The 111 Best Music Lists of the 2000s: 111 Best Albums of the 2000s/The Next Best 111 Albums of the 2000s (2011)
- Loudwire - The Best Metal Album of Each Year Since 1970 (2017)
- Loudwire - The Best Hard Rock Album of Each Year Since 1970 (2017)
- Consequence of Sound - The 50 Best Albums of 1997 (2017)
- Pigeons and Planes - The Best Albums in Pigeons and Planes History (2013)
- The Blues (UK) - The 20 Greatest British Blues Albums: 1960-1966 (2012)
- Ultimate Classic Rock - The Best Classic Rock Album of Each Year Since 1966 (2017)
- Radio X (UK) - various year lists: 1977, 1989-2014
- Elspeth Beida - 10,000 Things You Need to Know: The Big Book of Lists (100 Best Rock & Pop Albums) (2016)
- Pigeons and Planes - The 10 Most Influential Albums Turning 10 This Year (2014)
- The Boot - Top 10 Country Music Albums of the 2000s
- The Boot - 10 Essential Albums for Your Country Music Education
- Ben Westhoff - Dirty South: OutKast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, and the Southern Rappers Who Reinvented Hip-Hop - Recommended Listening (2011)
- FNAC - Pop Rock: 1960-1979 (2010)
- FNAC - Pop Rock: 1980-1999 (2010)
- Harvard’s Hip-Hop Archive: The Most Influential Hip-Hop Albums
- The Irish Times - Top 40 Irish Albums (2008)
- HipHop DX - Top Albums of the Decade So Far (2016)
- John M. Borack - Shake Some Action: 200 Greatest Power-Pop Albums
- Sean Egan - The Little Black Book of Music: Key Albums (2007)
- Simon Reynolds (UK) - Best of 1990s (1999)
- Simon Reynolds (UK) - Best of 2000s (2010)
- Triple J (Australia) - Hottest 100 Australian Albums (2011)
- BBC 2 (UK) - Classic Albums (1992-2013)
- Rolling Stone: The 25 Greatest Movie Soundtracks of All Time (2013)
- Paste - The 50 Best Movie Soundtracks (2016)
- NME - 61 of the Greatest Film Soundtracks Ever
- Spectrum Culture - various year lists/The Best Live Albums/The Best Soundtracks
- Sputnikmusic - Top 100 Albums of 2000-2009 (2009)
- VH1 (UK) - 100 Greatest Albums of All Time of the MTV Generation (2009)
- MTV Base (UK) - 100 Greatest Albums of All Time of the MTV Generation (2009)
- MTV2 (UK) - 100 Greatest Albums of All Time of the MTV Generation (2009)
- Billboard - All 90 Diamond-Certified Albums Ranked from Worst to Best (2016)
- The Skinny - Top 20 Scottish Albums of the Decade (2009)
- Ultimate Classic Rock - various year lists/double albums/debut albums
- XXL - 30 Albums That Will Make You Appreciate Hip-Hop (2016)
- Soundtrack - 118 Great New Zealand Albums (2007)
- Andrés Torrón (Uruguay): 111 discos uruguayos
- Yedioth Arohnoth (Israel) - The Best Israeli Albums (2005)
- The Sunday Times (UK) - 100 Albums to Love (2017)
- Classic Rock Mag (The Netherlands) - various lists
- Q - 476 Modern Classics: The Greatest Albums of the Last 30 Years (2016)
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:31 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:What's the name of the spreadsheet? I went back far enough to see that a bunch of lists I was about to add were already added (the Cachin lists in particular) but I don't know which spreadsheet has the 825 albums.


It's one of the first spreadsheets in the Help Wanted! thread. Look here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3670&start=50#p58644

The spreadsheet is titled: Acclaimed Music_Incomplete Album Lists_HW.xls

StevieFan13 wrote:If you're handling La Metaltheque, Camion Blanc, and Tsunami Edizioni, I'll take them out of my to-do list.


Do that. It'll be more simple for you.

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Postby StevieFan13 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 1:36 am

Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:What's the name of the spreadsheet? I went back far enough to see that a bunch of lists I was about to add were already added (the Cachin lists in particular) but I don't know which spreadsheet has the 825 albums.


It's one of the first spreadsheets in the Help Wanted! thread. Look here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3670&start=50#p58644

The spreadsheet is titled: Acclaimed Music_Incomplete Album Lists_HW.xls

StevieFan13 wrote:If you're handling La Metaltheque, Camion Blanc, and Tsunami Edizioni, I'll take them out of my to-do list.


Do that. It'll be more simple for you.

I saw that the 825 albums list had already been added, but I didn't see the pop-rock list, so unless you'd be willing to take that on as well, I'll still do it.
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sun Jun 18, 2017 3:59 am

StevieFan13 wrote:
Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:What's the name of the spreadsheet? I went back far enough to see that a bunch of lists I was about to add were already added (the Cachin lists in particular) but I don't know which spreadsheet has the 825 albums.


It's one of the first spreadsheets in the Help Wanted! thread. Look here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3670&start=50#p58644

The spreadsheet is titled: Acclaimed Music_Incomplete Album Lists_HW.xls

StevieFan13 wrote:If you're handling La Metaltheque, Camion Blanc, and Tsunami Edizioni, I'll take them out of my to-do list.


Do that. It'll be more simple for you.

I saw that the 825 albums list had already been added, but I didn't see the pop-rock list, so unless you'd be willing to take that on as well, I'll still do it.


Which pop-rock list?

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Postby StevieFan13 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 4:03 am

Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:
Pierre wrote:
It's one of the first spreadsheets in the Help Wanted! thread. Look here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3670&start=50#p58644

The spreadsheet is titled: Acclaimed Music_Incomplete Album Lists_HW.xls



Do that. It'll be more simple for you.

I saw that the 825 albums list had already been added, but I didn't see the pop-rock list, so unless you'd be willing to take that on as well, I'll still do it.


Which pop-rock list?

FNAC - Pop-Rock: 1960-1979 and FNAC - Pop-Rock: 1980-1999
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Re: Rock Hard - La Metaltheque vol.1 (disco métal idéale)

Postby Pierre » Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:23 am

StevieFan13 wrote:
Pierre wrote:
StevieFan13 wrote:I saw that the 825 albums list had already been added, but I didn't see the pop-rock list, so unless you'd be willing to take that on as well, I'll still do it.


Which pop-rock list?

FNAC - Pop-Rock: 1960-1979 and FNAC - Pop-Rock: 1980-1999
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4542


Ah, yeah. Unless I'm mistaken, this one wasn't added.


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