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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Still time to get a list in, but I'm going to start tallying them up.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Awesome, excited to see!
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    I guess that's all the lists, let's get started with the 10 Pointers:



    Point #1 - Chevelle (Styles of Punk #5)


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    Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses - Brutal Truth (King Steventon #5)


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    A Little Bit of Mambo - Lou Bega (Baloocha #5)


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    ST - System of a Down (Jimmy King #5)



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    ST - Michael Sweet (Ms Flock #5)


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    ST - Suede (Shock #5)


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    ST - Rancid (indyfan #5)


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    ST - Superchunk (Mister Miracle #5)


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    A bunch of good stuff to start us out with. Chevelle is a very good band, that Lou Bega song is catchy as hell...that man got lucky. All I know about Brutal Truth is Danny Lilker is in it or was. Self Titled albums from SOAD, Rancid, Suede, Michael Sweet and my contribution, Superchunk...all good in different ways.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Nice to see the first Rancid album get some lovin'.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    that brutal truth record is the pinnacle of grind, a personal favourite and perfect gym music if you're inclined.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Quote Originally Posted by King Steventon View Post
    that brutal truth record is the pinnacle of grind, a personal favourite and perfect gym music if you're inclined.
    Not heard it, but familiar and a fan of the style. I'll listen to it later.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    SOAD’s Self-titled is the only non rap album that made my list. I feel like it’s one of their more underrated albums tbh, it’s pretty solid with songs like Sugar, Spiders, Peephole, and Mind.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Nice one Shock for voting for Suede. I considered adding that but couldn't justify it over the ones that were to come, but it's a top album, that.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    We've got the 20 Pointers for today:



    Diary - Sunny Day Real Estate (Sakura #4)


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    Duh - Lagwagon (indyfan #4)


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    1977 - Ash (Shock #4)


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    ST - Godsmack (Styles of Punk #4)


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    Endtroducing...DJ Shadow (King Steventon #4)


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    St - Fiddler's Green (Baloocha #4)


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    I'm a huge fan of DJ Shadow, but couldn't find room for his great debut album. I was Godsmacked to death when I lived in New England. I like them better now that I have some distance from it. Lagwagon are okay, not the biggest fan. Sunny Day was alright.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    I can safely say that Lagwagon are my favourite band of all time. Amazing musicians that usually comes through their least popular songs. Joey Cape( singer for Lagwagon)is my favourite song writer as well.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Sunny Day <33

    One of my all time favorite bands.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    like pretty much all those bands apart from Fiddler's who I've never heard of, though I know that song as I'm sure Dropkick Murphys have covered it

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Today we have our 30 Pointers:


    For God and Country - Good Riddance (indyfan #3)


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    No Angel - Dido (Baloocha #3)


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    ST - Burzum (Sakura #3)


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    ST - Talisman (Ms Flock #3)


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    ST - The Amazing Royal Crowns (Mister Miracle #3)


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    Other than Good Riddance, I'm unfamiliar with the other bands/artists. My pick is the band I worked for, big reunion in a couple of weeks for them. They're kind of the story of the band that almost makes it.


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    Good Riddance fuckin rule. The album that followed for god and country is amazing.

    Royal Crowns are also great
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Burzum is a quite amazing one man band, with a lot of lineage to it. Founded by Varg from Mayhem, and run by just him over the years, even during his prison stint for murdering Euronymous from Mayhem.

    An interesting read, for those not versed in the world of black metal.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    really not a fan of varg vikernes or his views. he's a bit of a disgusting human being in all honesty. but what goes/went on in that scene is pretty wild to read about.

    hoping Nas' Illmatic is repped on here since I caught this thread way too late.

    Ash are pretty good band. Love their stuff. Can't say I've really dived into much else on here so far.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Quote Originally Posted by RainShaker View Post
    really not a fan of varg vikernes or his views. he's a bit of a disgusting human being in all honesty. but what goes/went on in that scene is pretty wild to read about.

    hoping Nas' Illmatic is repped on here since I caught this thread way too late.

    Ash are pretty good band. Love their stuff. Can't say I've really dived into much else on here so far.
    Yeah, I'm definitely not a fan of his nationalist rhetoric these days, but his work with Mayhem and as Burzum was very good.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Quote Originally Posted by Sakura View Post
    Burzum is a quite amazing one man band, with a lot of lineage to it. Founded by Varg from Mayhem, and run by just him over the years, even during his prison stint for murdering Euronymous from Mayhem.

    An interesting read, for those not versed in the world of black metal.
    Last Podcast on the Left did an episode on black metal and I think they talked him if I remember correctly.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy King View Post
    Last Podcast on the Left did an episode on black metal and I think they talked him if I remember correctly.
    Probably. It's all quite interesting.


    But while I am a huge fan of the music, I certainly disagree with Varg....in all ways other than music. But, alas. Unfortunately many artists whom we like are not people we agree with, and have some opinions that we frown on. :/
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Let's keep our party going with the 40 Pointers:


    ST - Slipknot (Styles of Punk #3, Ed #5)


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    Felons and Revolutionaries - Dope (Styles of Punk #2)


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    Facelift - Alice in Chains (Ed #2)


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    Gish - Smashing Pumpkins (King Steventon #2)


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    F♯ A♯ ∞ - Godspeed! You Black Emperor (Sakura #2)


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    Grace - Jeff Buckley (Keefmoon #2)


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    Heaven Knows - Rick Price (Ms Flock #2)


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    Answer That and Stay Fashionable - AFI (indyfan #2)


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    ST - The La's (Shock #2)


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    ST - The Living End (Mister Miracle #2)


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    Another unique grouping, which is what makes it interesting for me. Slipknot, can't beat them, super interesting band. AIC and their classic debut, though I saw them get booed off the stage when they opened for the band Extreme in Boston...funny how things happen. Love Gish, it's super underrated. I've never been a Buckley fan...he falls into that "died tragically, everyone thinks he's amazing" category. Very talented, absolutely, but I'll stop there. Love the La's...great album. Rick Price wasn't bad, didn't know him. AFI is okay. The Living End is a band from Australia that we played with on the Warped Tour and then they invited us to play the Big Day Out in Australia...which was amazing. Great guys, Chris Cheney should be a guitar God.


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