Best Self-Titled Rock Band AlbumsThese albums had the same name as the artist that made it, that simple.
The Top Ten
Lucretia Metallica is a rock band. What are you talking about
Too good to be compared
No disrespect to A7X, I like them, but if it weren't for this album they would probably be stuck as suburban tattoo artists. - lavashooter
With all due respect to Rage Against the Machine, this is the best. This has Afterlife, A Little Piece of Heaven, Almost Easy, Gunslinger, Critical Acclaim, Scream, and Dear God. RATM has Killing in the Name, Wake Up, and Bombtrack. If RATM had Bulls on Parade, then it would be better.
Avenged Sevenfold is above. God is dead
This is the album that started metal! - Sabbath
This album is amazing and has various musical styles of Rock and Alternative Metal.
Even though it was mostly ripped off, it's a great debut. This one and their second album just feel magical to me. Also realize that every bluesman has like 5 Willie Dixon songs... just saying. It's still not an excuse, but I do think the chemistry on this album is really good. I do prefer Black Sabbath and The Doors though. - gameofIceandFire
Definitely my favorite, being the Led Zep but I am. - MontyPython
I can’t help that the original singer/songwriter never got much attention when they first performed their version of these songs. Zeppelin just did them better and impressed a huge mainstream audience. Several hits every decade are covers or samples of older songs, nobody hardly ever complains about that. Just listen to pop or hip hop, you hear it all the time.
Led Zeppelin plagiarism started with their debut album:
1. I Can't Quit You Baby - uncredited cover of Willie Dixon's I Can't Quit You Baby (the song was credited back to him)
2. You Shook Me - uncredited cover of Willie Dixon' You Shook Me (credited back to him)
3. Dazed and Confused - uncredited cover of Jake Holme's Dazed and Confused
4. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - uncredited cover of Joan Baez's Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, originally by Anne Bredon
5. How Many More Times - a ripoff of Howlin’ Wolf's How Many More Years and Albert King's The Hunter
6. Communication Breakdown - very reminiscent of Eddie Cochran's Nervous Breakdown
So this isn't really a Led Zeppelin album, it's a fake album... - Metal_Treasure
Incredible album by Jon Schaffer and Hansi Kürsch, with great songs - Path Of Glory, Fiddler on the Green, Heaven Denies, Tear Down the Wall, Poor Man's Crusade, Blood On My Hands - actually all songs on this album are amazing. - Metal_Treasure
Their first album is one of their best! Keep Yourself Alive was AWESOME!
I adore Aerosmith's music. This album wasn't their best one but it was quite decent start. Aerosmith rocks - Irina2932
Very great band, one of my favorites
Most underrated self titled album ever - christangrant
This album has a lot of every and amazing lyrics and vocals - Sabbath
This album is a masterpiece rip layne and mike
Not a whole lot of people know about this album but it is certainly great. If you are a Skillet fan, I highly recommend looking up this album. Amazing... Saturn is the best song on this album.
Great album from Dire Straits!