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

    G!YBE is one of my all time favorite bands.

    Post rock is amazing, but not for all.

    If you have 18 minuets of free time, and want a really awesome musical experience...Give this a go.




    Almost voted for Dope. Underrated band. :D
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Rick Price is a Australian artist I discovered years ago in college. One of my gf's at school was born and raised there and was OBSESSED with him. She had a bunch of T-shirts of him. All of his music he had put out up to that point and some posters as well. She played this album more than any of them and got me hooked on it. He's been a absolute favorite of mine ever since. The Alice in Chains album was a very late cut for me. Happy to see someone voted for it.

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

    I love the first two AFI albums. They are so fuckin hard and fast. Those were the two albums that introduced me to AFI.

    Then they became one of the worse bands i ever heard as the mid 2000s came around.

    Living end are a good band . Not crazy about them but they have some great songs.

    I like Alice in Chains and dirt is my favourite album by them. But didnt make my list
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    I completely blanked on Slipknot, although it’s not even my favorite album from them but I still really like it.

    AIC’s Facelift is really solid too.


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

    Big fan of Slipknot, Facelift and the G!YB records but tried to stick to albums which I also thought were the bands' best, so they got cut.

    In hindsight, wish I had Gish at #1 though, all the 90s Pumpkins records are fantastic but Gish is maybe my favourite grunge album period (that or Dirt).

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

    The last grouping outside the Top 5, The 50 Pointers:



    Ten - Pearl Jam (Shock #3, Keefmoon #5, Sakura #5)



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    Doggystyle - Snoop Doggy Dogg (Jimmy King #4, Keefmoon #4, The EC #5)


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    Ready To Die - The Notorious B.I.G. (Jimmy King #3, The EC #4)


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    The Chronic - Dr. Dre (Jimmy King #1)


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    The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (The EC #1)


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    Homework - Daft Punk (Sakura #1)


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    ST - Tall Stories (Ms Flock #1)


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    Another Day In Paradise - Strung Out (indyfan #1)


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    Undertow - Tool (Ed #1)


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    I enjoy both Pearl Jam and Tool, but they aren't bands I listen to often. Tall Stories produced the great forgotten singer of Journey, Steve Augeri. I'm not a big rap fan, but this decade produced many classic albums which many are listed in this group. Next the Top 5.


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

    Slipknot I agree isn't their best work, but it's still packs a hell of a punch of holy shit this band is something special and different and they could be genre defining. I pretty much had just started learning drums when this album came out and I remember it blowing my mind what Joey could do and how percussion was so important to the band. I almost left them off because halfway through 1999 as a release date, idk, they don't feel like a 90s band and it's weird to see them on my list with Alice and Chains and Tool. but fuck it, glad I included them. HERE COMES THE PAAAAAAIN.

    Dirt is better than Facelift, Dirt's just one of my favourite albums of all time, but AIC are my favourite of the Seattle grunge bands and Facelift is a strong debut from them. We Die Young into Man in a Box is a tremendous 1-2 opening.

    Props to Steve including Gish which is a great debut, with Siva being my favourite ever song from them. I love 90s Pumpkins, but rather like what Steve has said for some other bands, I do strongly prefer Siamese Dream to Gish so it made it a little easier to cut.

    Tool are my 2nd favourite band and I think every album they've ever released has been great, but when I looked at every album I shortlisted for this, this one only had one track I'd skip (Disgustipated) if I was listening to it today, whereas everything else probably had a couple.

    Ten by Pearl Jam I do enjoy but I figured that was always going to have it's supporters so it was easy to cut.

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

    I’m a little surprised that I’m the only vote for The Chronic but it’s all good. In my opinion, it is the quintessential gangster rap album and probably my all time favorite rap album.

    Biggie and Snoop’s debuts are both classics imo, couldn’t bear to leave them off.


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

    Woulda been there with Ed on Undertow.

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

    Pretty stunned that Ten by Pearl Jam didn't make the top 5. Always thought it was considered one of the best albums of the decade.

    Just one more of mine top pop up. At least someone else voted for Ten and my number 1 since my 2, 4 and 5 were all lone votes for me.

    Absolutely love the La's self titled album. They're pretty much a one album band but it was so good.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Shock View Post
    Pretty stunned that Ten by Pearl Jam didn't make the top 5. Always thought it was considered one of the best albums of the decade.

    Just one more of mine top pop up. At least someone else voted for Ten and my number 1 since my 2, 4 and 5 were all lone votes for me.

    Absolutely love the La's self titled album. They're pretty much a one album band but it was so good.

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    It's a great album, but this isn't a Best Album...it's a Favorite Album thread...which to me, is a very different thing.


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

    I only put Pearl Jam at #5 because I figured it'd be in the top 3, tbh.

    Homework by Daft Punk was an easy choice for #1 to me. Easily one of my favorite albums ever made.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    As i guessed, i was the only one who voted for my picks.

    Strung Out fuckin ruled back then. People seriously check them out!!!
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    Alright kids, we've hit the top 5:


    5th Place - 60 Points- ST - Rage Against the Machine (Ed #3, King Steventon #3)


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    Tied 4th Place - 70 Points - Enter the Wu Tang/36 Chambers - Wu Tang Clan (Jimmy King #2, The EC #3)


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    Tied 4th Place - 70 Points - Yourself or Someone Like You (Style of Punk #1, Ms Flock #4)


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    Tied 3rd Place - 90 Points - Illmatic - Nas (Keefmoon #1, The EC #2)


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    Tied 3rd Place - 90 Points - Do or Die - Dropkick Murphys (Mister Miracle #1, Baloocha #2)


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    I remember when Rage had a bidding war from the record companies trying to sign them, something you'll never see again. They were that big when they hit. Such a different band. Wu Tang were a unique rap group with different MC's that had different style and different in house producers. Matchbox 20 took control of pop music for awhile. Nas, I'm not real familiar with, but know the name. The Dropkicks were friends, managed by the same guy, thanked in the liner notes...they continued on and made it.

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

    surprised to see DK debut so high, all the others are classics but I don't know anyone personally who'd rate that album that highly. too many great albums listed, hard to make the cuts!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by King Steventon View Post
    surprised to see DK debut so high, all the others are classics but I don't know anyone personally who'd rate that album that highly. too many great albums listed, hard to make the cuts!
    Well, if you knew them wouldn't you rate it pretty high as a favorite album? That's what I did...is better than other albums, nope, but that's not what we're doing here...for the 15th time.


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

    The Final Two:


    2nd Place - 100 Points - Definitely Maybe - Oasis (Shock #1, Keefmoon #3, Ed #4)


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    1st Place - 120 Points - Blue - Weezer (King Steventon #1, Baloocha #1, Mister Miracle #4)


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    I like Noel Gallagher, Liam not so much, so they were a band I'd constantly get turned off by. Weezer is the little engine that could, still plugging along...pissing people off, because they don't really fit anywhere.


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    Welp, didn't see that coming haha
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Debut Albums - The 90's

    While it's not my favourite Oasis album because What's The Story Morning Glory exists, Definitely Maybe was a huge part of my growing up and is still regularly on my rotation. The songs are classic, catchy as hell, and distinctive.

    I like Weezer's debut album so not too sad to see it top. Not one of my favourites but a really good album.

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

    Kind of a surprising outcome but I’m cool with Weezer taking the top spot, I like that album a lot it has one of my favorite Weezer songs besides Greatest Man That Ever Lived.

    Never been big on Oasis aside from a couple of their singles.

    Had to include Wu-Tang’s debut, it’s too good to leave out. There was so much good rap in the 90s it’s not even funny.


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