• Metal Hammer's 300 albums...

    9 May 2010, 19:29 by hulmebantam

    ... you must hear before you die.

    The May 2010 issue has a great set of lists of albums. Over the next few days I will gradually put these up.

    Any suggestions of alternatives in the genre will be gladly received.

    Classic Rock

    Hard Rock Heaven - Modern Classic Rockers

    Spiritual Beggars - Ad Astra, 2000
    Foo Fighters - In Your Honour, 2005
    Alabama Thunderpussy - Staring At The Divine, 2002
    The Answer - Rise, 2007
    Clutch - Blast Tyrant, 2004
    Dixie Witch - Smoke and Mirrors, 2006
    Floodgate - Penalty, 2006
    Masters of Reality - Deep In The Hole, 2001
    Open Hand - You and Me, 2005
    Pride & Glory - Pride & Glory, 1994
    Raging Slab - Raging Slab, 1989
    Roadsaw - Rawk n'Roll, 2002
    Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion, 1992
    Sixty Watt Shaman - Seed Of Decades, 2000
    Queens of the Stone Age - QOTSA, 1998
    Corrosion of Conformity - Deliverance, 1994

    Big Guns - The Kings of Modern Rock

    Alice in Chains - Dirt, 1992
    Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger, 1991
  • Raging Slab

    26 Jun 2006, 05:26 by ProphetPX

    I absolutely LOVED this group as soon as I saw their first debut video on late-night TV, on MTV's Headbanger's Ball - Does anyone know where I can get ahold of some TUNES or even better, ALBUMS, from them? Either by paying $$$ or downloadable, MP3 VBR 192-320 preferred if possible.

    I don't remember the name of the track of the video that I saw, but I fell in love with it as soon as I had watched it and I remember it had them performing on the back of a semi-truck flatbed trailer, and there was this HOT chick guitarist who played steel guitar with (I think) a glass bottle, and it was ROCKIN!! It was freakin GREAT! They blew me away!

    And on another note, lol I know it wasn't THAT particular track, but now that I see it listed here on the site, I can't wait to hear their cover of Mississippi Queen!

    Does anyone know where I can OBTAIN (legally for $$$ or downloadable) any of their music from? Email or message me, please! :-)