Best Albums of All Time
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Machine Head at #120? I thought I would find it in the Top 10 of this list! 'Cause the album belongs to the top 10. songs like "Smoke on the water", "Highway Star" or "Lazy" are classics.
Paranoid (1970), Led Zeppelin IV (1971) and Machine Head (1972) are the three big ones of early 1970s that a rock collection should have. There is something about them where they all just fit. If this was a list for all time classic then these would all be way up on the list but the list seems more like a fight for popularity. - frankmartin
Second album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. Consistently excellent with phenomenal songs. A lot of them stand out, but their are no hits. Tons of replay value.
Out of the Cellar and the follow up record Invasion of Privacy sound like they are practically the same record. RATT had some decent tracks but they stayed true to their sound and never really strayed from the same formula so not a band that would be up for consideration of the top band or albums of all time. Good for 1980s pop rock or as they call it Ratt 'n Roll. - frankmartin
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