Best Sabaton AlbumsiBSAG
The Top Ten
Carolus Rex is without a doubt their best album. From start to finish a perfect album.
If I were trapped on an Island and could only take one album with me, to listen to forever. Carolus Rex would be it.
The album that got me into Sabaton.
I love that this Album is mostly in Swedish =) It really helps me learn the LangaugeV 4 Comments
The Art of war is the best album of Sabaton in my opinion. The quotes from the book 'The Art of War' are geniously braided between the songs. Every quote has a reference to the next song. The songs theirselves are almost all classics. Where Carolus Rex has the problem that the songs standing alone miss this 'epicness', is the Art of war 1 album made by the songs and the total. For me number 1!
The art of war is no doubt the best sabaton album.
This album is the Supreme Excellence!
Yeah boyV 4 Comments
Starting off softly and lightly with the muffled singing, then it hits you in the face. Everything about it makes it their second best intro song, after Ghost Division. No bullets fly has great guitars, with a kind of muffled sound at the start. Then comes Smoking Snakes, not a bad song, I just think it's a bit weaker than the others. To Hell and Back is arguably one of Sabatons best songs. Inmate 4859 tells an amazing tale about probably one of the bravest men ever. The only thing that puts it below Art of War in my opinion is The Ballad of Bull, which is the weakest Sabaton song of them all. - iBSAG
Its like being told a load of magnificent stories from the history of war world 2 and each one just has you in shock when you read online about the detail of these songs, my personal favorite will have to be without a doubt "the ballad of bull" it Is such a touching story that first time hearing had me in tears, it shows that sabaton can not only rock but show variety and really hit your emotions hard
Night witches, No bullets fly, Smoking snakes, Resist & bite, The ballad of Bull, Soldier of 3 armies. All of them 10/10. 7734 re-recorded version is 11/10.
Night Witches is my favorite song! Great story!V 1 Comment
The Last Stand (song) is my favorite song off this album. This was the first song I have ever heard (heard it on Sirius).. Listened to this album a 100 times this last month. Now Jamming now to Primo Victoria. Thanks to google play music and their 4 month trial.
This is the best Sabaton's after Carolus Rex.
A brilliant album, the best Sabaton album is a tough choice but this one I think, tops the lot. There isn't a weak track.
THY WILL BE DONE!V 16 Comments
Metal Ripper tips the scales to make this album #1 in my opinion!
With songs like Wehrmacht and The Final Solution, who doesn't enjoy this album? It has that synthy goodness of old Sabaton, as seen in the intros of Coat of Arms and The Final Solution, at the top of my head. - iBSAG
The emotions when I hear both Wehrmacht and the final solution is probably the strongest emotions out of all their songs. Young men seduced to evil, an innocent people slaughtered, goosebumps and tears have been feelt.
Not the best lyrically, certainly not their best musically. But it has Stalingrad. And I gotta admit sometimes yelling out PANZER BATTALION. - iBSAG
In my opinion, this is the most underrated album on the list. I think it should be at least top three.
Lyrically, their best album (see: Rise of Evil, Nuclear Attack, We Burn, In The Name Of God, Angels Calling, Light In The Black, and every damn song on that album). Plus, when the guitar starts on Angels Calling. HNNGSSsSs YES! - iBSAG
By far my favorite album from Sabaton. This is what got me into Sabaton. Also helped a lot in history class :D
Don't get me wrong, Hellrider and Metalizer are some of their best songs, but I don't really like hearing the same songs twice, just in different order. - iBSAG
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2. Carolus Rex
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2. Carolus Rex
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