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Poll: Which Is Your Favourite Dark Angel LP?

We Have Arrived
6
9%
Darkness Descends
50
75%
Leave Scars
3
4%
Time Does Not Heal
8
12%
Total votes: 67

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Helm
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Post#16 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 9:19 am

Descends, then cars.
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Post#17 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 3:19 pm

1986 many records came out, esential thrash albums like Master of Puppets, Reing In Blood and so... DARKNESS DESCENDS RAPES'EM ALL!!!!!!

I mean listen to this shit is one of the most brutal Thrashers of al time and by 1986 this shit was like Death Metal back then, superbly malevolent, a magnum opus, just the fist song is worth the price of all the record!!!

P.D. The drummer in Darkness Descends is master Gene Hoglan :twisted: :D
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Post#18 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 4:35 pm

SolidSnake311 wrote:esential thrash albums like Master of Puppets
:lol:

Time Does Not Heal!

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ION BRITTON
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Post#19 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 4:41 pm

Black Axe wrote:
SolidSnake311 wrote:esential thrash albums like Master of Puppets
:lol:
So cool to share the same opinion with others as well :wink:
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King Zombie
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Post#20 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 6:00 pm

Nahh... Fuck you all 8) We all once tought Metallica was the only worthy thing in metal and the "four horse men", as i like to call their first 4 records are very good indeed. :P :x :x :P :twisted:
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The Sentinel
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Post#21 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 6:52 pm

ION BRITTON wrote:
Black Axe wrote:
SolidSnake311 wrote:esential thrash albums like Master of Puppets
:lol:
So cool to share the same opinion with others as well :wink:
Same here, some nice songs, that's fucking it, as overrated as Reign In Blood, the epitome of thrash my ass. Darkness Descends is a great album but IMO a bit overrated as well, mainly due to the fact it's the most known "obscure" thrash album
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Helm
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Post#22 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 6:56 pm

Besides Leper Messiah, the rest of Master of Puppets is pure songwriting perfection. And I guess Disposable Heroes is overlong.
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The Sentinel
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Post#23 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 7:06 pm

We could start a "Master Of Puppets" thread :D It's maybe one of the most discussed albums (besides here) ever, so what you think?
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The Sentinel
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Post#24 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 7:22 pm

I've made a thread
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King Zombie
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Post#25 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 7:27 pm

Helm wrote:Besides Leper Messiah, the rest of Master of Puppets is pure songwriting perfection. And I guess Disposable Heroes is overlong.
The most "known obscure" album would be either Hymn To Abramelin or Seven Churches. 8)
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Post#26 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 7:44 pm

SolidSnake311 wrote:
Helm wrote:Besides Leper Messiah, the rest of Master of Puppets is pure songwriting perfection. And I guess Disposable Heroes is overlong.
The most "known obscure" album would be either Hymn To Abramelin or Seven Churches. 8)
I've never heard of "Hymn To Abramelin". :lol:
SolidSnake311 wrote:We all once tought Metallica was the only worthy thing in metal
No, 'we' didn't.

Some of my favourite bands were influences on Metallica. But when I put on one of Metallica's records, I all hear from those influences are a coupled of stolen riffs and such and a giant pile of shit.

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Post#27 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 8:11 pm

Black Axe wrote:
SolidSnake311 wrote:
Helm wrote:Besides Leper Messiah, the rest of Master of Puppets is pure songwriting perfection. And I guess Disposable Heroes is overlong.
The most "known obscure" album would be either Hymn To Abramelin or Seven Churches. 8)
I've never heard of "Hymn To Abramelin". :lol:
SolidSnake311 wrote:We all once tought Metallica was the only worthy thing in metal
No, 'we' didn't.

Some of my favourite bands were influences on Metallica. But when I put on one of Metallica's records, I all hear from those influences are a coupled of stolen riffs and such and a giant pile of shit.
Swiss band Messiah's 1986 - Hymn To Abramelin.

At least I openly admit I held metallica as gods :P :D :lol:
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ION BRITTON
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Post#28 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 10:30 pm

SolidSnake311 wrote:We all once tought Metallica was the only worthy thing in metal
No no i was never taught such thing and thank god for that.
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Post#29 » Sat Oct 13, 2007 2:56 am

Darkness Descends.

Gene Hoglan, people!
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Post#30 » Sat Oct 13, 2007 9:57 am

Gene Hoglan's best part on this album were extraordinary lyrics, not the drumming; great writings!!!

Death is certain
Life is not
Your mind lies dormant
Proceeding to rot
The final curtain
Has drawn its close
When death is certain
The end unfolds!

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