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Top 20 childhood albums

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  1. BEATDOWNS Titanium Belt

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    People hated Diatribes. I loved it and still go back to it once and awhile. Ripe for the breaking is fucking badass..and a bunch of other goodins on there too. Very similar musical history as me minus the hip hop..
     
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    Neil Diamond 12 Greatest Hits Vol. II
    Bruce Springsteen Born in the USA
    Jammin'
    Men At Work Business As Usual
    Fleetwood Mac Rumors
    The Doors L.A. Woman
    Bee Gees Greatest Hits
    Weird Al Yankovic Dare to Be Stupid
    Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits
    The Jerky Boys
    Several 70's and 80's compilations
     
  3. ThulsaDooom Brown Belt

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    Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood
    Black Sabbath - s/t
    Black Sabbath - Paranoid
    Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
    Slayer - Reign in Blood
    Slayer - South of Heaven
    Bathory - Under the Sign of the Black Mark
    Bathory - Blood Fire Death
    Sarcofago - INRI
    Death - Scream Bloody Gore
    Morbid Angel - Altars of Madness
    Nile - Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka
    Pantera - Far Beyond Driven
    Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power
    Deicide - s/t
    Deicide - Legion
    Sepultura - Beneath the Remains
    Mudvayne - Kill, I Oughtta
    Deftones - Around the Fur
    Korn - s/t
     
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    Michael Jackson - Thriller
    Prince - Purple Rain
    INXS - Kick
    MJ - Bad
    George Michael - Faith
    Fleetwood Mac - Tango in the Night
    Bon Jovi - New Jersey
    Bobby Brown - Don’t be Cruel
    Janet - Rhythm Nation
    U2 - Achtung Baby
    Metallica - “Black Album”
    Pearl Jam - Ten
    Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the 36 Chambers
    Oasis - (what’s the story) Morning Glory?
    Notorious BIG - Ready to Die
    RATM - Evil Empire
    Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie...
    Radiohead - Ok Computer
    Prodigy - Fat of the Land
    Bjork - Homogenic


    No back albums. Only stuff I had when current. Didn’t start buying music with my own $ til I was 15 (1995) so I stretched the list ’til 1997.
     
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  5. Horus Purple Belt

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    Hmmmm, before 16? My music taste was very narrow then (but pretty on point for where it was I think)

    1 Ozzy Osborne – no rest for the wicked

    2 Black Sabbath – Sabotage

    3 Black Sabbath – Heaven and Hell

    4 Iron Maiden – Seventh son of a seventh son

    5 Iron Maiden – Number of the beast

    6 Deep Purple – Machine head

    7 Deep purple – house of the blue light

    8 Black Sabbath – Born again

    9 Def Leppard – Hysteria

    10 Jeff Healey – Hell to pay

    11 Ozzy Osborne – Bark at the moon

    12 Dio – Lock up the wolves

    13 Twisted Sister – Stay hungry

    14 Slayer – South of heaven

    15 Metallica – Kill em all

    16 Metallica - Ride the lightning

    17 Alice Cooper – Welcome to my nightmare

    18 Iron Maiden – Powerslave

    19 Judas Priest – Stained Class

    20 Judas Priest – British Steel

    My music taste broadened massively over the next five years
     
  6. SlyStone60 White Belt

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    I feel sad for the majority of you who missed out on the 60s and 70s. You Millennials and GenX'ers will never know. The two best era's of popular music in my opinion... Anyways my childhood albums I grew up with (in real time)

    1. Stand - Sly and The Family Stone

    2. What's Going On - Marvin Gaye

    3. Blue - Joni Mitchell

    4. I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You - Aretha Franklin

    5. Songs In The Key Of Life - Stevie Wonder

    6. Madman Across The Water - Elton John

    7. Bad Girls - Donna Summer

    8. Queen - Queen

    9. Abbey Road - The Beatles

    10. The Doors - The Doors

    11. Pearl - Janis Joplin

    12 Are You Experienced - Jimi Hendrix Are You Experienced

    13. Blonde on blonde - Bob Dylan

    14. Legalize It - Peter Tosh

    15. Sly and The Family Stone Greatest Hits package

    16. SuperFly - Curtis Mayfield

    17. Pieces Of A Man - Gil Scott Heron

    18. All n All - Earth Wind and Fire

    19. Hunky Dory - David Bowie

    20. Live At The Apollo - James Brown.
     
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    Holy fucking shit that’s amazing.
     
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    My goodness what a great post. If that’s your setup could you please describe it (turntable, receiver, amp & speakers). Thanks.
    By the way, it may not be your genre or whatever but here’s something that sounds amazing on remastered album : PIL (Public Image Ltd.) Metal Box. Im a sucker for well-engineered records, and sonically this one is hot.
     
  9. HaulParris Gold Belt

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    For the sake of brevity/clarity, I'll defibe "childhood" as music I bought in high school:
    U2 - every album from "War" to "Pop" (so 6 studio albums + 2 Live EPs, "Passengers", and "Rattle & Hum")
    Pantera ("Cowboys" - "Trendkill" = 4 albums)
    First 2 KoRn albums
    First 3 Deftones albums
    First 3 Radiohead albums
    Far "Water & Solutions"
    D Generation "No Lunch"
     
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  10. Rebelfett The last likebender Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    1)Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye- Diana and Marvin
    2) social distortion- social distortion
    3) rancid- ...and out come the wolves
    4) papa roach- infest
    5) notorious b.i.g.- ready to die
    6) Michael jackson- bad
    7) Michael Jackson- thriller
    8) metallica- kill em all
    9) Jimmy eat world- clarity
    10) insane clown posse- riddle box
    11) Green day- Dookie
    12) everclear- so much for the afterglow
    13) dropkick Murphys- sing loud, sing proud
    14) DMX- its dark and hell is hot
    15) the Clash- London calling
    16) Billy idol- rebel yell
    17) beastie boys- Paul's boutique
    18) alkaline trio- maybe I'll catch fire
    19) frank Sinatra- my way
    20) the tempations- gettin ready
     
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    I didn't seriously start listening to music and buying albums until 14. So not really childhood per se more like early teens to 19..

    NIN - The Downward Spiral
    The Crystal Method - Vegas
    The Prodigy - Experience
    The Prodigy - Fat of the Land
    Smashing Pumpkins - Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
    MC Hammer - Please Hammer, Don't hurt 'em
    MC Hammer - Too Legit Too Quit
    The Tea Party - Transmission
    Tragically Hip - Trouble at the Henhouse
    Nirvana - In Utero

    I'll do the rest later..

    Other than the cringe of looking back and the fact I listened to MC Hammer it's a good list I think for a teenager. Every teen has albums they look back on like wtf. I think kids today will be like that with this mumble rap crap.
     
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  12. Mr. Fixit Green Belt

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    What I remember listening to when I was 15, which would make it 1988 when I was a little skater kid. I'll leave off the album titles because I listened to everything by these artists that they had released up to that year. So this would be my list as I remember it.

    Minutemen
    Minor Threat
    Siouxsie and the Banshees
    Beastie Boys
    Boogie Down Productions
    Public Enemy
    2 Live Crew
    Run-DMC
    Eric B & Rakim
    The Clash
    Big Daddy Kane
    R.E.M.
    Black Flag
    NWA
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Depeche Mode
    Ramones
    Suicidal Tendencies
    EPMD
    Dead Kennedys
     
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    Metallica Ride the Lightning. That is all
     
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