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Cowboys From Hell

Pantera

Metal - Uscito il 17 aprile 2010 | Rhino Atlantic

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Jailbreak

Thin Lizzy

Hard rock - Uscito il 26 marzo 1976 | UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)

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Van Halen (Hi-Res Version)

Van Halen

Hard rock - Uscito il 01 aprile 1978 | Rhino - Warner Records

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Kick Out The Jams

MC5

Hard rock - Uscito il 01 febbraio 1969 | Rhino - Elektra

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Roots

Sepultura

Metal - Uscito il 20 febbraio 1996 | Rhino Atlantic

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Use Your Illusion I

Guns N' Roses

Hard rock - Uscito il 01 settembre 1991 | Guns N Roses P&D

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The "difficult second album" is one of the perennial rock & roll clichés, but few second albums ever were as difficult as Use Your Illusion. Not really conceived as a double album but impossible to separate as individual works, Use Your Illusion is a shining example of a suddenly successful band getting it all wrong and letting its ambitions run wild. Taking nearly three years to complete, the recording of the album was clearly difficult, and tensions between Slash, Izzy Stradlin, and Axl Rose are evident from the start. The two guitarists, particularly Stradlin, are trying to keep the group closer to its hard rock roots, but Rose has pretensions of being Queen and Elton John, which is particularly odd for a notoriously homophobic Midwestern boy. Conceivably, the two aspirations could have been divided between the two records, but instead they are just thrown into the blender -- it's just a coincidence that Use Your Illusion I is a harder-rocking record than II. Stradlin has a stronger presence on I, contributing three of the best songs -- "Dust n' Bones," "You Ain't the First," and "Double Talkin' Jive" -- which help keep the album in Stonesy Aerosmith territory. On the whole, the album is stronger than II, even though there's a fair amount of filler, including a dippy psychedelic collaboration with Alice Cooper and a song that takes its title from the Osmonds' biggest hit. But it also has two ambitious set pieces, "November Rain" and "Coma," which find Rose fulfilling his ambitions, as well as the ferocious, metallic "Perfect Crime" and the original version of the power ballad "Don't Cry." Still, it can be a chore to find the highlights on the record amid the overblown production and endless amounts of filler. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Metallica

Metallica

Metal - Uscito il 01 agosto 1991 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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Dopo ...And Justice for All, i Metallica hanno pensato che forse era giunta l'ora di semplificare e assottigliare il loro suono. Questa scelta non solo aveva senso da un punto di vista musicale, ma presentava anche la opportunità di rendere la loro musica più commerciale, e Metallica ci riesce su entrambi i punti. Le migliori canzoni sono più melodiche e immediate, i ritmi schiaccianti di “Enter Sandman”, “Sad But True” e “Wherever I May Roam” restano conficcati dentro strutture tradizionali, mentre che la produzione frizzante e professionale di Bob Rock aumenta la loro accessibilità. “The Unforgiven” e “Nothing Else Matters” evitano i riff di chitarra laceranti che di solito sfregiavano le ballate del gruppo. In breve, Metallica è un buon, anziché ottimo, album. I suoi migliori momenti hanno meritoriamente assegnato alla banda la corona del heavy metal, ma il suo approccio già preannunciava il declino creativo. © Steve Huey /TiVo
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Appetite For Destruction

Guns N' Roses

Hard rock - Uscito il 21 luglio 1987 | Guns N Roses P&D

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L'album debutto dei Guns N'Roses rimane un punto di svolta degli anni '80. L'heavy metal era diventato una musica spassosa ma Axl Rose e Slash gli hanno restituito la sua faccia più cupa e minacciosa, con le loro canzoni sullo squallore e decadenza di Los Angeles e un suono duro e rabbioso ispirato agli AC/DC e Aerosmith. Tanti dei classici del gruppo sono in questo disco, da "Paradise City" a "Sweet Child O'Mine". © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Reign In Blood

Slayer

Metal - Uscito il 01 gennaio 1986 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

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1986 was a landmark year for thrash metal in more ways than one. Much to everyone’s joy, Metallica released Master of Puppets in the spring, closely followed by Megadeth’s Peace Sells... but Who’s Buying? in September. Surprisingly, extreme metal was making its way into the charts. This explosion took violence and speed to new heights and cleared the way for even more ferocious groups who rushed to fill the breach. Slayer, a key group in the revolution, unleashed everything in one track: Angel of Death. The song opens the album Reign in Blood with bassist/singer Tom Araya’s scream - something that’s gone down in history. The band keep up this same level of intensity and speed throughout the album thanks to razor-sharp rhythms and powerful drumming from the often-imitated but never-equalled Dave Lombardo. Reign in Blood was more aggressive, brutal and fast-paced (it’s all over in barely 28 minutes!) than the albums released by their peers. It was the result of a collaboration between the group from Huntington Park and producer Rick Rubin, who founded the rap label Def Jam at just 23 years old. This was the first time that Rubin had worked with a metal band. He made Slayer’s music more intelligible without ever watering it down. Everything pulsed at over 200 bpm. The guitar solos flirted with an unsettling dissonance, the themes shook up the United States’ apparent prudishness (tackling subjects such as religion, death, war and the holocaust...) and the Dante-esque finale of Raining Blood ensured that it would be remembered as one of the greatest albums ever made. Raining Blood is like Slayer’s Highway to Hell or Ace of Spades. It’s one of their most popular songs and permanent addition at live concerts. Slayer would reach their creative peak with the hellish Seasons in the Abyss, which turns 30 in 2020. Though Reign in Blood will always be the record that allowed it all to happen. © Chief Brody/Qobuz
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Reign In Blood

Slayer

Metal - Uscito il 01 gennaio 1986 | American Recordings Catalog P&D

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1986 was a landmark year for thrash metal in more ways than one. Much to everyone’s joy, Metallica released Master of Puppets in the spring, closely followed by Megadeth’s Peace Sells... but Who’s Buying? in September. Surprisingly, extreme metal was making its way into the charts. This explosion took violence and speed to new heights and cleared the way for even more ferocious groups who rushed to fill the breach. Slayer, a key group in the revolution, unleashed everything in one track: Angel of Death. The song opens the album Reign in Blood with bassist/singer Tom Araya’s scream - something that’s gone down in history. The band keep up this same level of intensity and speed throughout the album thanks to razor-sharp rhythms and powerful drumming from the often-imitated but never-equalled Dave Lombardo. Reign in Blood was more aggressive, brutal and fast-paced (it’s all over in barely 28 minutes!) than the albums released by their peers. It was the result of a collaboration between the group from Huntington Park and producer Rick Rubin, who founded the rap label Def Jam at just 23 years old. This was the first time that Rubin had worked with a metal band. He made Slayer’s music more intelligible without ever watering it down. Everything pulsed at over 200 bpm. The guitar solos flirted with an unsettling dissonance, the themes shook up the United States’ apparent prudishness (tackling subjects such as religion, death, war and the holocaust...) and the Dante-esque finale of Raining Blood ensured that it would be remembered as one of the greatest albums ever made. Raining Blood is like Slayer’s Highway to Hell or Ace of Spades. It’s one of their most popular songs and permanent addition at live concerts. Slayer would reach their creative peak with the hellish Seasons in the Abyss, which turns 30 in 2020. Though Reign in Blood will always be the record that allowed it all to happen. © Chief Brody/Qobuz
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Back In Black

AC/DC

Metal - Uscito il 25 luglio 1980 | Columbia

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Il 19 febbraio 1980, quando Bon Scott, dopo una serata di eccessi alcolici, morì soffocato nel sonno, nessuno avrebbe scommesso sul futuro degli AC/DC. Tuttavia, la band australiano-britannica ingaggiò un sostituto per il loro mitico cantante. Brian Johnson, fuggito dal gruppo Geordie, raccolse la sfida e impose uno stile potente, lontano da quello del suo predecessore, posizionandosi vocalmente con maggiore enfasi sulle note alte. Con la sua mitica copertina nera a lutto, Back in Black segna la nascita dei nuovi AC/DC, con una serie di composizioni inarrestabili. Alla chitarra, i fratelli Young - Malcolm e la sua Gretsch, Angus e la sua impareggiabile Gibson SG - si incastrano in modo geniale con l’efficienza dei riff scarni e raffinati dell’uno e con la precisone degli assoli dell’altro (in particolare in Back in Black e You Shook Me All Night Long), creando canzoni nello stile AC/DC più puro (What Do You Do for Money Honey) ma anche dei boogie alla ZZ Top (Have a Drink on Me), o dell’hardcore teatrale alla Led Zep (Shake a Leg) senza dimenticare la fedeltà al santo Blues (Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution). Cliff Williams e Phil Rudd completano l’opera costruendo un’efficiente base ritmica in cemento armato, ma dotata di una grande finezza... Quando Back in Black uscì il 25 luglio 1980, non sorprende che i fan si divisero sul caso di Brian Johnson. Era giusto continuare senza l’idolo Bon Scott dopo la mitica Highway to Hell? Ma il successo dell’album e il tour mondiale che seguì cancellarono in poco tempo il dibattito, che non ebbe più ragion d’essere. Con i suoi 50 milioni di copie vendute, Back in Black è il secondo album più venduto di tutti i tempi, subito dopo Thriller, di un certo Michael Jackson... © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Highway To Hell

AC/DC

Metal - Uscito il 27 luglio 1979 | Columbia

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In Rock

Deep Purple

Metal - Uscito il 01 giugno 1970 | Rhino

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Back In The USA

MC5

Hard rock - Uscito il 01 gennaio 1970 | Rhino Atlantic

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In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

Iron Butterfly

Hard rock - Uscito il 01 giugno 1968 | Rhino Atlantic

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