Best Skillet Albums
The Top Ten
In my opinion, this album is the one in which Skillet settled into its trademark sound. It is definitely one of the greatest!
While the softer songs dilute it, Whispers in the Dark instantly made this an all-time favorite with most of the people I knew (and with me as well). Some of the songs on here, outside of Collide, I think is the only album that flirted with metal (instead of the radio or "pop culture") and did an awesome job at it!
Comatose and Collide are the best Skillet albums because they don't lack that creative spark that Awake and Rise was missing dearly. In fact, I don't feel bad to say I do not like either album anymore.
This is skillet best album it has amazing songs like rebirthing comatose falling inside the black and whispers in the dark and this album has awesome bass I can't listen to this album when out busting my speakers almost
Channeling the voraciously symphonic, progressively-tinged rock-metal of Comatose into a far more melodic and bombastic framework, the passionately energetic record is streamlined by nature yet ambitious in practice. Ultimately, it is their pinnacle critically and commercially, with no other effort by the band quite achieving the soaring heights of 'Awake', whether it be the subdued introspective-melancholy of "Lucy" or the fiery inferno of "Hero" or the technically-inclined "Dead Inside"; and, of course, it is their strongest selling and charting album to date.
With Awake and Alive, Dead Inside, Monster, It's Not Me It's You, Hero, Don't Wake Me Up, One Day Too Late this has to be the best album.
First album to feature the gorgeous Jen Ledger on drums as well as having 3 of their mega hits: Hero, Awake and Alive and Monster. While the tone is generally soft the songs have such meaningful lyrics and are sung with such passion that you'd have to be cold hearted to hate.
Awake might be a little soft but it represents almost everyone's life in its lyrics... Just too good.
This was Skillet's attempt to tell a coming-of-age story, and they did a great job at it!
The lyrics are a lot more passionate, which has always been the thing I like about skillet. Also, there is more of Jen Ledger than Awake, which makes this special.
Alive is their latest album. John Cooper tries out completely new sounds and really does a great job of mixing the old Skillet with some techno sounds.
Rise is a fantastic album with mature lyrics and awesome music. It's a must-have whether you're religious or not. Been a fan of Skillet for a long time, and this is perhaps my favorite album they've ever made.
By far Skillet's heaviest and most aggressive album so far, this album has a lot of power, and Collide and Savior are so awesome.
I honestly love Collide, Comatose and Awake equally, all three are amazing albums.
Skillet's heaviest album. Comatose was my favourite Skillet album until I heard this.
Collide's lyrics are just so much more powerful than any other album of theirs. Like open wounds, savior, collide, forsaken, and my obsession better than Rise and and Awake but not better than Comatose
Now this is below Rise, which I do not agree with. This album contains much more energy then that album.
From my standpoint, this is definitely their best album followed by Awake and Comatose...I downloaded it with the intent to receive at least a couple of Bad Ass songs...but boy I was so overwhelmed that I couldn't delete a song...almost 95% of the album was brilliant...with each song had some special distinctive quality that appealed to my senses...
This is ' bold and ultimately addictive! I get it that people do not tolerate the new sound in the album, but they can't keep recycle "Comatose" or "Awake" over and over or "Collide" for that matter. They have once again show us why are they Skillet.
This album is alright in my opinion. Although I'm not a huge fan of the pop vibe to it, I'm glad skillet actually changed their style a little bit instead of repeating comatose on their previous records.
This was on #8 when this comment was posted. This should totally be higher up on the list. Feel Invincible and The Resistance instantly make this one of the best rock albums out there.
Best album ever songs like alien youth, vapor, earth invasion, kill me heal me
It's just a great album
I know it sounds alieny and all but I gotta say I'm impressed
I know it's not as gd as awake or comatose but it's definitely a great album you gotta get it
Get this above Unleashed NOW!
Unleashed is good, but Alien Youth is EPIC
This album acts as a greatest hits compilation, and also exhibits just how amazing they sound live, as well as their fantastic stage presence. I don't normally like live albums, but this album is simply phenomenal.
Just listen to the song live free or let me die... You will be amazed it's an awesome song from this album!
This album is awesome. The melody and all are superb. I'm in love with it right now. Just listen to rest, invincible, each other and best kept secret.
A good Christian album
Finish Line and Save Me are two of the best songs of all time! This album needs to be higher.
This is the epitome of Skillet albums!
What! How is this back here! Hey you I love your soul is worst! This album is great from start to finish!
1. I can 10/10
2. Gasoline 10/10
3. Saturn 8/10
4. My beautiful robe 7/10
5. Promiseblander 9/10
6. Paint 11/10
7. Safe with you 10/10
8. You thought 9/10
9. Boundaries 100/10
10. Splinter 10/10
Ranking this one last destroys the ranker's credibility in my eyes. This is my absolute favorite Skillet album. So raw and exciting.
Extremely underrated 1st album. Been a Panhead since.
Who says this is skillet's worst album, I know it isn't the best but its awesome. Songs like hey you I love your soul, whirlwind, scarecrow are even more awesome. You must give it a listen.
This remix album is just the thing for remixed lovers like me. In this album, awake and alive is more awesome than the real track and in monster, jen ledger's female part was awesome.
This album, while it's not really a Skillet album per se, is a fantastic worship album that is spiritual and really makes me want to raise my hands up to God. How can this possibly be labeled as the worst? It's better than Hey You, I Love Your Soul by A LOT.
Solid worship album.