Loudwire - Top 50 Hard Rock + Metal Debut Albums (2015)

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Loudwire - Top 50 Hard Rock + Metal Debut Albums (2015)

Post by StevieFan13 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 11:11 pm

http://loudwire.com/top-hard-rock-metal-debut-albums/
Last one for real this time (for today, and hopefully for a while).
50. Motorhead, 'Motorhead'
49. Megadeth, 'Killing Is My Business…and Business Is Good!'
48. Godsmack, 'Godsmack'
47. Skid Row, 'Skid Row'
46. Deicide, 'Deicide'
45. Foo Fighters, 'Foo Fighters'
44. Rob Zombie, 'Hellbilly Deluxe'
43. System of a Down, 'System of a Down'
42. Slipknot, 'Slipknot'
41. Korn, 'Korn'
40. Deftones, 'Adrenaline'
39. Opeth, 'Orchid'
38. Smashing Pumpkins, 'Gish'
37. Emperor, 'In the Nightside Eclipse'
36. Mastodon, 'Remission'
35. A Perfect Circle, 'Mer de Noms'
34. Slayer, 'Show No Mercy'
33. Living Colour, 'Vivid'
32. Exodus, 'Bonded By Blood'
31. Mayhem, 'De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas'
30. Stone Temple Pilots, 'Core'
29. The Dillinger Escape Plan, 'Calculating Infinity'
28. Testament, 'The Legacy'
27. Suffocation, 'Effigy of the Forgotten'
26. Venom, 'Welcome to Hell'
25. Tool, 'Undertow'
24. Nirvana, 'Bleach'
23. Alice In Chains, 'Facelift'
22. Aerosmith, 'Aerosmith'
21. Cynic, 'Focus'
20. Linkin Park, 'Hybrid Theory'
19. Jane's Addiction, 'Nothing's Shocking'
18. Ozzy Osbourne, 'Blizzard of Ozz'
17. Death, 'Scream Bloody Gore'
16. Dio, 'Holy Diver'
15. The Stooges, 'The Stooges'
14. Morbid Angel, 'Altars of Madness'
13. Pearl Jam, 'Ten'
12. Rage Against the Machine, 'Rage Against the Machine'
11. The Clash, 'The Clash'
10. Iron Maiden, 'Iron Maiden'
9. Van Halen, 'Van Halen'
8. Nine Inch Nails, 'Pretty Hate Machine'
7. Sex Pistols, 'Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols'
6. Metallica, 'Kill 'Em All'
5. Ramones, 'Ramones'
4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 'Are You Experienced'
3. Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin'
2. Black Sabbath, 'Black Sabbath'
1. Guns N' Roses, 'Appetite for Destruction'
Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand - Sir Duke (1976)

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