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Album of the Year 2008

Album of the Year 2008
1.   "Pretty. Odd." - Panic At The Disco
2.   "Totality" - The Flyin' Ryan Brothers
3.   "Death Magnetic" - Metallica
4.   "Phoenix" - Asia
5.   "Indestructible" - Disturbed
6.   "tout ce que j' ai reve" - Jellyfiche
7.   "Chinese Democracy" - Guns 'N' Roses
8.   "This Changes Nothing" - Ready Fire Aim
9.   "The Hand That's Dealt" - D-Day 4-Ever
10.   "The Invisible Line" - Temposhark

Honorable mention: "Dark Horse" - Nickelback, "God/Family/Nature" - Deanna Johnston, "XV" - King's X, "Nostradamus"- Judas Priest, "The Cosmos Rocks" - Queen + Paul Rodgers, "Yhta kuin voitto" - The Rain, "Scars On Broadway" - Scars On Broadway, "Cosmic Universal Fashion" - Sammy Hagar, "Legacy Of Fools" - Little King, "Piikki Lihassa" - HB, "Black Ice" - AC/DC 
     Welcome to the Album of the Year article for the year 2008! As always, this list is a collection of records that moved ME - records that left an impression on ME. I am a big believer in the fact that music is a personal experience, and we all have different tastes - different likes and dislikes. My only purpose for compiling this list is to, perhaps, point you in the direction of something that might move you, and also to give you a glimpse at what moved my life musically during the twelve months we called 2008. This is not about debating which albums are "better," this is simply about the music. It's always about the music here at Dr. Music's Weekly Checkup.
     With that said, let's talk about my list for the past year. In the top spot this year is a band that I really don't know too much about. I went into this "Pretty. Odd." disc doubting them. I thought Panic At The Disco was another of these Good Charlotte or Fall Out Boy-types that would turn my stomach, but that was obviously not the case. Another surprise on the list was the long-awaited, I mean REALLY long awaited, "Chinese Democracy" release by Guns 'N' Roses, a band that I really do not like very much. And, I guess you could say that I was surprised all year long because I never thought I would be ranking another Asia album either. So, being pleasantly surprised and discovering more great new independent music made for a very fun year.
   Let's take a closer look at each of these picks........ 
1. "Pretty. Odd." - Panic At The Disco
     I feel like I've taken the biggest risk I've ever taken by choosing Panic At The Disco to top the list. This is a young band that is sometimes seen as silly and immature, but this record stuck with me like a greasy burrito. It stayed in the CD player for most of the year, and it engraved its pop grooves into my mind. I know this will be a controversial pick, but I found this particular record to have beautiful production, catchy melodies, and a pop charm reminiscent of The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's" album. This is the guilty pleasure. This is a choice that just might lose some readers. I might be sacrificing some integrity here, but I really do feel that the music acts in my defense. Give it a listen with an open mind and let these songs speak to you. I think many of you just might understand why it holds the top spot.  
2. "Totality" - The Flyin' Ryan Brothers
     If you're looking for the best musical performance and most talented band of 2008, it's The Flyin' Ryan Brothers that you want. This "Totality" disc just might be the best instrumental album I've ever heard. I love Jeff Beck's "Wired" album, and I love Joe Satriani's "Surfing With The Alien," but this is something that bridges the gap between all of the great ones. Besides having one of the best rhythm sections I've ever heard (William Kopecky on bass and Johnny Mrozek), guitarist brothers Jimmy and Johnny Ryan put technical expertise, as well as patient melodicism and poise on display here. For the instrumental lovers out there, this is the perfect record.
   Read the full review here.
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3. "Death Magnetic" - Metallica
     Yes, that's right, the boys are back in town. No, not Thin Lizzy, but Metallica. After a less than impressive "St. Anger" record, and all of their dirty laundry hanging on the community clothesline, I think everyone had their doubts whether or not we would see this band return to their old form ever again. This album was definitely the most important album in their star-studded and lengthy career, without a doubt. If this one failed to impress, you could pretty much pound that last nail into the coffin. But, not only did this impress, it blew me away. The songwriting is excellent, their musical chops are incredibly tight, and the overall sound of the record is like the Metallica of old, and that's the most satisfying part of it all. No worries.... Metallica is still alive and well.
     Read the full review here.
4. "Phoenix" - Asia
     Yeah, really, it's THAT Asia! The original lineup that gave us huge hits like "Heat of the Moment" and "Only Time Will Tell" returned to cut this remarkable album of great songs. I really do feel that this record rivals the amazing debut from the band. The songs are wonderfully written and nothing sounds forced. Who knows what the future of this turbulent band holds, but this record has me wanting to hear more.
5. "Indestructible" - Disturbed
     Okay, you can make the argument that all of their songs sound the same. I understand that line of thought, and would even partially agree with it! But, there is something about this band that just stirs things up deep inside of me. This is an aggressive record that is well written and produced by a band that is one of the tightest of its kind. The raw tension and the incredibly complex drum beats alone were enough to put this one on the list.
     Read the full review here.
6. "Tout Ce Que J’Ai Ręvé" - Jellyfiche
     Somebody asked me once, "What's more important to you in a song: the lyrics or the music?" My reply, in essence, stated that I usually weigh both of the elements equally, but it also depends on the band and the style of music they play. Well, Jellyfiche lyrics are entirely in French, and I speak as much French as a garden hose. I don't understand what the hell they're saying, but I love this record. Coming from Unicorn Records, the progressive rock label that supplied last year's Album of the Year, Mystery's "Beneath the Veil of Winter's Face," comes a band that blends "Dark Side of the Moon"-type moods with early Genesis-type flair and inventiveness. And, the Eric Plante saxophone solos throughout the disc make this one of the most unique records of the year.
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7. "Chinese Democracy" - Guns 'N' Roses
     If you would have told me that I'd have Guns 'N' Roses on my Top 10 list I probably would've laughed my way into the nearest psych ward. I feel that Guns 'N' Roses is probably the most overrated band in the history of rock and far. I thought "Appetite For Destruction" was simply good, but nothing special. The "Use Your Illusion" releases hit me about the same way - average. Singer (and it literally hurt to use that term for him) Axl Rose always sounded like he was from the typical L.A. sleaze scene. I had heard him a million times before. So, why people waited 17 years for this "Chinese Democracy" record just baffles me. 
     When I heard the title cut on the radio I was quite impressed. This wasn't your typical Axl, wasn't your typical G'N'R sound. It was razor sharp - maybe even a little over-produced. I thought I should check out the rest of the record, since it is the most anticipated record in history. Lo and behold, this really is a great record! Even Axl sounds like he became a singer over the 17 years he had to prepare. Words like "door" or "care" weren't made into seven syllable words with an irritating squeal and drawl. He actually "sings out" here, and it sounds pretty damn good. The songwriting is fresh and different. The guitar work is something that stood me straight up. Yes, all the pieces are together. And finally, I'm almost ashamed to say this, but I was reminded of Queensryche and their singer Geoff Tate while listening to a few of these tracks!! Not that Axl is even close to Tate in talent, but I wasn't reminded of a tortured alley cat, and that's a good thing.
8. "This Changes Nothing" - Ready Fire Aim
     This duo of poet/singer/actor/author/everything elser Sage Rader and DJ/producer Shaun Morris (a.k.a. Stakka) put out an album that you really can't classify, and that's difficult these days. With a sound somewhat similar to Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, and New Order, this is an album with great hooks, pumped up electronic beats, and a really killer production. All of these songs are delivered from different angles, too. Each of them has their own personality and appeal. I got hooked into this one early in the year, and it still spends a lot of time in the disc player.
     Read the full review here.
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9. "The Hand That's Dealt" - D-Day 4-Ever
     South Africa is in the house!! D-Day 4-Ever is a hard rock outfit that wear their South African heritage on their sleeves with great pride. Their song "Hello Afrika" is a rousing anthem for not only South African metal fans, but for all fans of great party music. But that's not all there is to this band. They can do the power ballad just as good as they can throw a party. With strong songwriting and hooks that kill, look for this band to break out of South Africa and start infecting the rest of the world.
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10. "The Invisible Line" - Temposhark
     Temposhark is a London-based electronic rock band that has gained popularity on the club scene and critical acclaim amongst its peers. Producer Guy Sigsworth (Madonna, Britney Spears, Bjork) bacame an instant fan upon hearing their second EP and went on to produce the band's first UK single, "It's Better To Have Loved." With most of the production of this record handled by Sean McGhee, this is one of the sharpest, most intensely produced records I've ever heard. It's one of those you play if you want to show someone how good your stereo can sound, This is an awesome sounding disc that is truly a guilty pleasure and a treat for the ears.
     Read the full review here.
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Wayne S.(U.S.)
Without a doubt  .........DISTURBED - "Indestructible" 
Honorable mentions: Theory of a Deadman - "Scars & Souvenirs"; Sammy Hagar - "Cosmic Universal Fashion"
Johan C.(Belgium)  
1. TV On The Radio - "Dear Science" 
Intruiging, tight, sexy, daring and ambitious without being too pretentious. An album that manages to hold your attention from a to z and that keeps on growing and gets richer every time you listen to it.
2. The Feeling - "Join With Us"
The most perfect example of beautifully crafted pop songs, full of golden melodies, catchy choruses and smart songwriting.
3. Grace Jones - Hurricane
The comeback of the year - no competition. An album that even holds up pretty good next to that definitive eighties album, Nightclubbing.
4. Jamie Lidell - Jim
Entertaining exercise in vintage retro soul - a white-faced Brit delivering a perfect black American soul record
5. Tim Grimm - Holding up the world
The perfect late night by the fireside album: country music in its most honest, bare form
6. Dido - Safe trip home
A surprise for me. Where I thought  I would find a mellow middle of the road collection of mediocre songs, I discovered a very touching album, perfect in all its subtility
7. Cut Copy - In Ghost Colours
 A perfect blending of New Order and Human League; groups that had their heyday when these young Australians from Cut Copy weren't even born yet.
8. Aimee Mann - @#ů&! Smilers
Slices of life, set to music, coming from one of the best female singer-songwriters around
9. Lindstrom - Where You Go I Go Too
A synth extravaganza, this lengthy piece of cosmis disco incorporates the best from Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis and Giorgio Moroder
10. MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
A mix of psychedelic rock and white funk, good for a fresh sound and some great singles

And besides the top ten, I enjoyed some marvelous singles from The Killers, The Script, The Kooks, Keane, Death Cab for Cutie, The Black Kids, The Raconteurs and The Hold Steady. 
Most overrated band: Fleet Foxes.

Johan Copermans /
Joe S. (U.S.)
I've been listening to this group [City Of Sin] and this song ["Art Isn't Real"] in particular.
Ed S.(U.S.)
John Mayer - Where the Light is Live
Girl Talk - Feed the Animals
Disturbed - Ten Thousand Fists
Nickelback - Dark Horse
Metallica - Death Magnetic
The Black Keys - Attack and Release
MudVayne - The New Game
BB King - One Kind Favor
Individual Songs that got played a lot:
In Flames ( 2 songs come to mind - Cloud Connected and Take this Life)
Got Money - Lil Wayne / T-Payne
Got Money - REMIX by Jonathan Davis Feat Jim Root from Slipknot
Low - Flo Rida
Party People - Nelly
Let it Rock - Kevin Rudolf
Stricken - Disturbed
Tom Schulte (U.S.)
 1. Nine Lucid Dreams by Two Loons for Tea
 2. Let's Leave This Town by Taylor, Chip
 3. Songbones by Grayson Capps
 4. Venus on Earth by Dengue Fever
 5. Tintype by The Pack A.D.
 6. Children of Saturn by Tin Scribble
 7. Revelling/Reckoning by DiFranco, Ani
 8. Echoes by California Guitar Trio
 9. Coup D'Yah by Sub Swara
10. Totality by The Flyin' Ryan Brothers
Christine W.(U.S.)
While I was up [in the Chicago area] in June I heard a band called Backdoor Slam on WXRT and I loved them!  So I've been listening to their CD all year, as well as Poi Dog Pondering (which no one down here [Florida] has heard of)... another was Adele, she has a very unique voice and I just love her for mellow music. Currently, I've been listening to some old Sublime CD's in the car, but when I'm home I've found 1st Wave on Sirius radio and I'm hooked!  It's all the music of my 20's clubbing in Chicago and it just really takes me back (New Order, The Cure, etc).  
You know my musical interests are all over because I bought the new James Taylor CD, Christina Aguleira - Decade of Hits and Beyonce's new CD as well.  I have a hard time with all these new rock groups because to me, they all sound alike... and unfortunately that's usually a sign of someone getting older, isn't it?  LOL
Vin N.(U.S.)
Jeff Beck - Official Bootleg 2006 USA Tour
Peter Frampton - Fingerprints
Rossingtopn Collins Band - Live in Nashville 1980
Tommy Bolin - Whips And Roses
John Mayall - A Hard Road, Blues From Laurel Canyon, Back To The Roots
Wishbone Ash - Wishbone Four
Thin Lizzy - Thunder And Lightning
Alice Cooper - Love It To Death
Ray D'Ariano (U.S.)
1. Kenny Vance & The Planotones… “Soundtrack to the Doo Wop Era: A Kenny Vance Collection”
2. Gary US Bonds… “Dedication/On The Line”
3. Asleep at The Wheel… “Reinventing The Wheel’
4. Dion…. “Son Of Skip James’
5 Boyz II Men… "Motown: A Journey Through Hitsville USA"
Michael C. (U.S.)
"Black Ice" - AC/DC
"Sam's Town" - The Killers
"81" - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Reijo P.(Finland)
1. HB - Piikki lihassa
2. Krystal Meyers - Make Some Noise
3. Kikka Laitinen - Suomalaisia rakkaustarinoita 2
4. Indica - Valoissa
5. Maarit Peltoniemi - Sano sana vain
6. Laura Voutilainen - Palaa
7. Anna Abreu - Now
8. Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone
9. Asia - Phoenix
10. Britney Spears - Circus
11. Johanna Debreczeni - Lanteet kertovat sen
12. Metallica - Death Magnetic
Here are a few lists from some of the best selling music magazines:
50 No Age - Nouns
49 Hot Chip - Made In The Dark
48 Raphael Saadiq - The Way I See It
47 Of Montreal - Skeletal Lamping
46 The Academy Is... - Fast Times at Barrington High
45 Be Your Own Pet - Get Awkward
44 The Raconteurs - Consolers of the Lonely
43 Nas - Untitled
42 David Byrne and Brian Eno - Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
41 AC/DC - Black Ice
40 Jonas Brothers - A Little Bit Longer
39 Taylor Swift - Fearless
38 Ra Ra Riot - The Rhumb Line
37 Nine Inch Nails - The Slip
36 The Hold Steady - Stay Positive
35 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
34 Stephen Malkmus - Real Emotional Trash
33 Ne-Yo - Year Of The Gentleman
32 Jamey Johnson - The Lonesome Song
31 MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
30 Duffy - Rockferry
29 Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
28 The Knux - Remind Me in Three Days...
27 Brian Wilson - That Lucky Old Sun
26 Mudcrutch - Mudcrutch
25 The Magnetic Fields - Distortion
24 Girl Talk - Feed The Animals
23 Conor Oberst - Conor Oberst
22 Jackson Browne - Time the Conquerer
21 Kaiser Chiefs - Off With Their Heads
20 Kings of Leon - Only By The Night
19 Erykah Badu - New Amerykah, Part 1 (4th World War)
18 Lucinda Williams - Little Honey
17 B.B. King - One Kind Favor
16 Randy Newman - Harps and Angels
15 The Black Keys - Attack & Release
14 Ryan Adams And The Cardinals - Cardinology
13 Blitzen Trapper - Furr
12 Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy
11 Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
10 Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
09 Metallica - Death Magnetic
08 Beck - Modern Guilt
07 Coldplay - Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
06 Santogold - Santogold
05 John Mellencamp - Life, Death, Love and Freedom
04 My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges
03 Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III
02 Bob Dylan - Tell Tale Signs:The Bootleg Series Vol. 8
01 TV on the Radio - Dear Science
40 Chairlift - Does You Inspire You
39 Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy
38 Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul
37 Wolf Parade - At Mount Zoomer
36 Lykke Li - Youth Novels
35 The Raconteurs - Consolers Of The Lonely
34 Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson - Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson
33 El Guincho - Alegranza
32 The Gutter Twins - Saturnalia
31 Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
30 Lucinda Williams - Little Honey
29 Nas & DJ Green Lantern - The Nigger Tape
28 Metallica - Death Magnetic
27 The Streets - Everything Is Borrowed
26 R.E.M. - Accelerate
25 Death Cab For Cutie - Narrow Stairs
24 Duffy - Rockferry
23 Kate Nash - Made Of Bricks
22 Black Kids - Partie Traumatic
21 Kings Of Leon - Only By The Night
20 Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple
19 Okkervil River - The Stand Ins
18 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!
17 The Roots - Rising Down
16 My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges
15 Beck - Modern Guilt
14 Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
13 No Age - Nouns
12 Erykah Badu - New Amerykah Pt. 1: 4th World War
11 Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid
10 MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
09 Coldplay - Viva La Vida
08 Hot Chip - Made In The Dark
07 Deerhunter - Microcastle
06 Santogold - Santogold
05 Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
04 Fucked Up - The Chemistry Of Common Life
03 Portishead - Third
02 Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III
01 TV On The Radio - Dear Science
33 Hayes Carll - Trouble In Mind
32 Taylor Swift - Fearless
31 Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
30 Young Jeezy - The Recession
29 Raphael Saadiq - The Way I See It
28 Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks - Real Emotional Trash
27 Mariah Carey - E=MC˛
26 Usher - Here I Stand
25 Santogold - Santogold
24 The Roots - Rising Down
23 The Cool Kids - The Bake Sale
22 Coldplay - Viva La Vida
21 Erykah Badu - New Amerykah: Pt. One (4th World War)
20 Wale - The Mixtape About Nothing
19 Katy Perry - One Of The Boys
18 Ponytail - Ice Cream Spiritual
17 Conor Oberst - Conor Oberst
16 Be Your Own Pet - Get Awkward
15 Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
14 Jenny Lewis - Acid Tongue
13 Al Green - Lay It Down
12 My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges
11 Death Cab For Cutie - Narrow Stairs
10 Fall Out Boy - Folie A Deux
09 Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
08 Randy Newman - Harps and Angels
07 of Montreal - Skeletal Lamping
06 Robyn - Robyn
05 Hot Chip - Made In The Dark
04 Metallica - Death Magnetic
03 TV On The Radio - Dear Science
02 Girl Talk - Feed The Animals
01 Lil' Wayne - Tha Carter III
10. Hey Ma, James
9. Harps and Angels, Randy Newman
8. Gift of Screws, Lindsey Buckingham
7. Lay It Down, Al Green
6. Viva la Vida, Coldplay
5. Real Animal, Alejandro Escovedo
4. Feed the Animals, Girl Talk
3. Just Us Kids, James McMurtry
2. Black Ice, AC/DC
1. Black Butterfly, Buckcherry, and Break Up the Concrete, The Pretenders
1. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, “Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!” (Anti-)
2. David Byrne and Brian Eno, “Everything That Happens Will Happen Today” (
3. Vivian Girls, “The Vivian Girls” (In the Red)
4. The Knux, “Remind Me in 3 Days” (Interscope)
5. Brazilian Girls, “New York City” (Verve)
6. Local H, “12 Angry Months” (Shout Factory)
7. Saul Williams, “The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust!” (
8. Fleet Foxes, “Fleet Foxes” (Sub Pop)
9. Kanye West, “808s & Heartbreak” (Roc-a-Fella/Def Jam)
10. Erykah Badu, “New AmErykah, Pt. 1: 4th World War” (Motown)
50. The Black Keys - "Attack & Release"
49. Todd Rundgren - "Arena"
48. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - “Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!
47. Thunder - "Bang!"
46. Tesla - "Forever More"
45. Viking Skull - "Doom, Gloom, Heartache & Whiskey"
44. The Jim Jones Revue - "The Jim Jones Review"
43. Girlschool - "Legacy"
42. StoneRider - "Three Legs Of Trouble"
41. Black Tide - "Light From Above"
40. Diagonal - "Diagonal"
39. Dirty Penny - "Take It Sleezy"
38. Glenn Hughes - "First Underground Nuclear Kitchen"
37. Bob Dylan - "Tell Tale Signs"
36. Graveyard - "Graveyard"
35. Lethargy - "Purification"
34. Testament - "The Formation Of Damnation"
33. Blood Ceremony - "Blood Ceremony"
32. The Mars Volta - "The Bedlam In Goliath Universal"
31. The Hold Steady - "Stay Positive"
30. Kings Of Leon - "Only By The Night"
29. Rose Kemp - "Unholy Majesty"
28. The Clash - "Live At Shea Stadium"
27. Joe Bonamassa - "Live From Nowhere In Particular"
26. Endeverafter - "Kiss Or Kill"
25. Uriah Heep - "Wake The Sleeper"
24. Rose Hill Drive - "Moon Is The New Earth"
23. Drive-By Truckers - "Brighter Than Creation’s Dark"
22. Queen + Paul Rodgers - "The Cosmos Rocks"
21. Thin Lizzy - "UK Tour 1975"
20. Judas Priest - "Nostradamus"
19. Marillion - "Happiness Is The Road"
18. Pride Tiger - "The Lucky Ones"
17. Alice Cooper - "Along Came A Spider"
16. Motörhead - "Motörizer"
15. Black Crowes - "Warpaint"
14. Stone Gods - "Silver Spoons & Broken Bones
13. The Gaslight Anthem - "The ‘59 Sound"
12. The Raconteurs - "Consolers Of The Lonely"
11. Opeth - "Watershed"
10. Mötley Crüe - "Saints Of Los Angeles"
9. Journey - "Revelation"
8. Big Linda - "I Loved You"
7. Whitesnake - "Good To Be Bad"
6. Def Leppard - "Songs From The Sparkle Lounge"
5. Airbourne - "Runnin’ Wild"
4. Black Stone Cherry - "Folklore & Superstition"
3. Guns N’ Roses -  'Chinese Democracy '
2. Metallica - "Death Magnetic"
1. AC/DC - "Black Ice"

 1. Metallica - Death Magnetic
 2. Opeth - Watershed
 3. AC/DC - Black Ice
 4. Testament - The Formation Of Damnation
 5. Gojira - The Way Of All Flesh
 6. Amon Amarth - Twilight Of The Thunder God
 7. Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone
 8. Meshuggah - Obzen
 9. Grand Magus - Iron Will
 10. Children Of Bodom - Blooddrunk
 11. Trivium - Shogun
 12. Cancer Bats - Hail Destroyer
 13. Cavalera Conspiracy - Inflikted
 14. Ihsahn - Angl
 15. Satyricon - The Age Of Nero
 16. Black Stone Cherry - Folklore And Superstition
 17. Airbourne - Runnin' Wild
 18. Nine Inch Nails - The Slip
 19. The Sword - Gods Of The Earth
 20. Motörhead - Motörizer
 21. Enslaved - Vertebrae
 22. Cynic - Traced In Air
 23. Melvins - Nude With Boots
 24. 36 Crazyfists - The Tide And Its Takers
 25. Judas Priest - Nostradamus
 26. Bleeding Through - Declaration
 27. The Haunted - Versus
 28. Alice Cooper - Along Came A Spider
 29. Black Light Burns - Cruel Melody
 30. Torche - Meanderthal
 31. Soulfly - Conquer
 32. Blood Ceremony - Blood Ceremony
 33. Valient Thorr - Immortalizer
 34. Mindless Self Indulgence - If
 35. Underoath - Lost In The Sound Of Separation
 36. Nachtmystium - Assassins
 37. Mötley Crüe - Saints Of Los Angeles
 38. In Flames - A Sense Of Purpose
 39. Death Angel - Killing Season
 40. Firewind - The Premonition
 41. Sahg - Ii
 42. Disturbed - Indestructible
 43. Lair Of The Minotaur - War Metal Battle Master
 44. Dragonforce - Ultra Beatdown
 45. Walls Of Jericho - The American Dream
 46. Iced Earth - The Crucible Of Man: Something Wicked Part 2
 47. Bring Me The Horizon - Suicide Season
 48. Hate Eternal - Fury And Flames
 49. Witch - Paralyzed
 50 .Cult Of Luna - Eternal Kingdom
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