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Iron Miaden the Di’Anno era

 

Killers - Murders in the Rue Morgue

 

debut - Running Free

 

Well, that was quick. :)

Now do Geddy solo

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A Night At The Opera

Queen II

News Of The World

Sheer Heart Attack

Innuendo

The Miracle

A Day At The Races

Queen

The Works

A Kind Of Magic

Made In Heaven

Jazz

The Game

Hot Space

Flash

 

Guess I should add favorite songs to this list:

 

A Night At The Opera - Bohemian Rhapsody

Queen II - Nevermore

News Of The World - My Melancholy Blues

Sheer Heart Attack - Killer Queen

Innuendo - The Show Must Go On

The Miracle - Breakthru

A Day At The Races - Somebody To Love

Queen - Liar

The Works - Hammer To Fall

A Kind Of Magic - Princes Of The Universe

Made In Heaven - It's A Beautiful Day

Jazz - Don't Stop Me Now

The Game - Save Me

Hot Space - Life Is Real (Song For Lennon) / Under Pressure

Flash - Flash

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Iron Maiden's Maiden Japan is considered, and classified as an extended play, so for including that in listing studio releases, it might not be part of. Without including the two studio releases with Blaze Bayley, as the lead singer, and not in particular order of Bruce Dickinson, as the lead singer, here is how I would do Iron Maiden's studio releases, and I can do it like this, and way, too:

 

Seventh Son of A Seventh Son (1988) - Seventh Son of A Seventh Son

Somewhere In Time (1986) - Alexander the Great

Powerslave (1984) - Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Piece of Mind (1983) - to Tame A Land

the Number of the Beast (1982) - Hallowed Be Thy Name, and 22 Acacia Avenue

Fear of the Dark (1992) - Fear of the Dark

No Prayer For the Dying (1990) - Mother Russia

Senjutsu (2021) - the Parchment, and Hell On Earth

the Book of Souls (2015) - Empire of the Clouds

the Final Frontier (2010) - When the Wild Wind Blows

A Matter of Life and Death (2006) - For the Greater Good of God

Dance of Death (2003) - Paschendale

Brave New World (2000) - Dream of Mirrors

Killers (1981) - Prodigal Son

Iron Maiden (1980) - Phantom of the Opera

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ABBA

 

The Visitors (When All Is Said And Done)

Arrival (When I Kissed The Teacher)

Super Trouper (The Winner Takes It All)

The Album (Eagle)

Voulez-Vous (Angel Eyes)

ABBA (I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do)

Waterloo (Gonna Sing You My Love Song)

Ring Ring (Disillusion)

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Kiss (1974-1981)

 

Rock And Roll Over (I Want You)

Dressed To Kill (Love Here All I Can)

Hotter Than Hell (Comin' Home)

Kiss (100 000 Years)

Love Gun (I Stole Your Love)

Dynasty (Hard Times)

Unmasked (Naked City)

Destroyer (King Of The Night Time World)

The Elder (Under The Rose)

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I will try ABBA!

 

1. The Visitors (The Visitors)

2. Super Trouper (The Winner Takes It All)

3. The Album (One Man, One Woman)

4. Arrival (My Love, My Life)

5. Voulez Vous (If It Wasn't For The Nights)

6. ABBA (I've Been Waiting For You)

7. Ring Ring (Another Town, Another Train)

8. Waterloo (Gonna Sing You My Lovesong)

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Iron Miaden the Di’Anno era

 

Killers - Murders in the Rue Morgue

 

debut - Running Free

 

Well, that was quick. :)

 

You really think they got worse?

 

You don't get metal lol

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Wire's too easy, The Beatles too hard, so I'll go with Radiohead:

 

OK Computer

Amnesiac

Hail to the Thief

Kid A

 

The Bends

In Rainbows

A Moon Shaped Pool

 

King of Limbs

 

Pablo Honey

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Iron Miaden the Di’Anno era

 

Killers - Murders in the Rue Morgue

 

debut - Running Free

 

Well, that was quick. :)

 

You really think they got worse?

 

You don't get metal lol

 

Happily

 

No worries. I love the first two albums big time!

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Iron Maiden's Maiden Japan is considered, and classified as an extended play, so for including that in listing studio releases, it might not be part of. Without including the two studio releases with Blaze Bayley, as the lead singer, and not in particular order of Bruce Dickinson, as the lead singer, here is how I would do Iron Maiden's studio releases: Seventh Son of A Seventh Son (1988) - Seventh Son of A Seventh Son, Somewhere In Time (1986) - Alexander the Great, Powerslave (1984) - Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Piece of Mind (1983) - to Tame A Land, the Number of the Beast (1982) - Hallowed Be Thy Name, and 22 Acacia Avenue, the Book of Souls (2015) - Empire of the Clouds, the Final Frontier (2010) - When the Wild Wind Blows, A Matter of Life and Death (2006) - For the Greater Good of God, Dance of Death (2003) - Paschendale, Brave New World (2000) - Dream of Mirrors, Killers (1981) - Prodigal Son, Iron Maiden (1980) - Phantom of the Opera.

 

List's are much more legible when they're formatted like this:

 

1. album - song

2. album - song

3. album - song

etc.

 

Just a tip.

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The Black Crowes

 

Shake Your Moneymaker- Seeing Things

The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion- My Morning Song

Amorica- Wiser Time

Three Snakes and One Charm- (Only) Halfway to Everywhere

By Your Side- Virtue and Vice

Lions- Lay it All on Me

Warpaint- Movin’ on Down the Line

Before the Frost...Until the Freeze- Kept My Soul

 

As a side note- they also recorded somewhere around four additional albums’ worth of studio material that was never released...some of which was better than 95% of everything else they ever recorded. Or that anyone else did, for that matter.

 

But that is a different matter. Entirely. ;)

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Muse!

 

1. The Resistance - United States Of Eurasia

2. Origin Of Symmetry - New Born

3. Drones - Reapers

4. Absolution - Time Is Running Out

5. Black Holes & Revelations - Map Of The Problematique

6. Simulation Theory - Break It To Me

7. Showbiz - Showbiz

8. The 2nd Law - Madness

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Since I've done it for Iron Maiden's studio releases except for two of them, I'll do it in a similar way for Judas Priest, without the two releases of Tim "Ripper" Owens, as the lead singer, but with Rob Halford, as the lead singer, and not in any particular order:

 

Ram It Down (1988) - Blood Red Skies

Turbo (1986) - Out In the Cold

Defenders of the Faith (1984) - Night Comes Down

Screaming For Vengeance (1982) - Fever

Point of Entry (1981) - Desert Plains, and Solar Angels

British Steel (1980) - You Don't Have to Be Old to Be Wise

Killing Machine/Hell Bent For Leather (1978) - Evil Fantasies

Stained Class (1978) - Beyond the Realms of Death

Sin After Sin (1977) - Let Us Prey/Call For the Priest

Sad Wings of Destiny (1976) - Victim of Changes

Rocka Rolla (1974) - Run of the Mill

Firepower (2018) - Sea of Red

Redeemer of Souls (2014) - Secrets of the Dead

Nostradamus (2008) - Future of Mankind

Angel of Retribution (2005) - Worth Fighting For

Painkiller (1990) - Battle Hymn/One Shot At Glory

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Iron Miaden the Di’Anno era

 

Killers - Murders in the Rue Morgue

 

debut - Running Free

 

Well, that was quick. :)

 

You really think they got worse?

 

You don't get metal lol

They got "different". I enjoy the Di'Anno albums more than Dickinson. But first 5 albums with Bruce are great.
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Doors

 

The Soft Parade - Soft Parade

Strange Days - Strange Days

LA Woman - Riders on the Storm

Waiting for the Sun - Unknown Soldier

Doors - Break on Through

Morrison Hotel - Waiting for the Sun

American Prayer - The Poet's Dreams

Other Voices

Full Circle

 

I never knew The Doors are your favorite band.

 

It doesnt have to necessarily be your favorite band, I guess that title is sorta misleading

Bands' vs. Band's

 

Your title is right on the money! :)

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Dire Straits

 

Live Alchemy - Once Upon A Time in The West

Making Movies - Tunnel of Love

Love Over Gold - Telegraph Road

Brothers In Arms - Your Latest Trick

On Every Street - Planet Of New Orleans

Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing

Communique - Lady Writer

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Metallica

 

Master of Puppets (Battery)

. . . and Justice for All (Blackened)

Black Album ("Of Wolf and Man")

Ride the Lightning ("For Whom the Bell Tolls")

Kill 'em All ("Whiplash")

Load ("Hero of the Day")

Death Magnetic ("My Apocalypse")

Re-Load ("The Memory Remains")

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Garage, Inc ("Damage Case")

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St. Anger/Hardwired (indistinguishable mash . . .)

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LuLu (Just kidding! It's not even this high . . .!)

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In not any particular order, here is Def Leppard, but without their covers c.d., and album "Yeah!".

 

Slang (1996) - Blood Runs Cold

Adrenalize (1992) - White Lightning, and Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad?

Hysteria (1987) - Rocket, and Gods of War

Pyromania (1983) - Die Hard the Hunter, and Billy's Got A Gun

High 'N' Dry (1981) - Lady Strange

On Through the Night (1980) - Answer to the Master

Diamond Star Halos (2022) - All We Need

Def Leppard (2015) - We Belong, and Energized

Songs From the Sparkle Lounge (2008) - Love

X (2002) - Love Don't Lie

Euphoria (1999) - Day After Day

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