Harmony Central Forums
Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.

The album that disappointed you most.

Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse









X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #46
    Judas Priest - Turbo

    Comment


    • #47
      I would have to say definitely St. Anger...no matter how many times I try to listen to it, I just can't.

      I think I would be able to mind most songs, but the production quality just blew. That being said, I also got into Metallica around the Load era...and on a side note I ****************ing love Load. I personally like the songs a lot, but I know to you all that is not Metallica. Bleeding Me is such a kick ass song!

      Cole
      Amps
      Marshall JCM900 2500 MkIII
      Egnater Tweaker 15
      TRM Guitarcabs Wide Ported 1x12 (Fane Medusa 150)

      Pedals
      Korg Pitchblack+
      Ibanez Weeping Demon Jr.
      Pro Tone Thruster
      Monte Allums GT Mod SD-1
      ISP Decimator (Loop)
      MXR 6 Band EQ (Loop)
      Hermida Reverb (Loop)
      Visual Sound V3 Single Tap Delay (Loop)
      Carl Martin Octaswitch
      Powered by Voodoo Labs & T-Rex

      Comment


      • #48
        Reinventing the steel. They really dropped the ball there.
        DCC Engineering. Custom Cabs and Effects.






        Originally Posted by -Assy-


        Okay I summed up this entire thread in three posts. Let's go home and beat our children.

        Comment


        • #49
          I remember my friends that were huge Metallica fans livid when Load came out. One went so far as to write them a letter about how they let everyone down.

          For me, two come to mind: Queensryche - Hear in the Now, I wasn't a huge fan of Promised Land, because I was into Dream Theater a lot by then, but Hear was a total piece of crap. They never came back around.

          Dream Theater - Falling was OK, but Scenes just didn't sit well. The songs were way too "floydian" and nothing really resonated as something catchy. They've sucked ever since then; retreading riffs from what ever band is the flavor of the month.
          Here's my gear:
          Amps
          Engl SE EL34; Engl Powerball V1; Marshall JCM 800 2204 Cameron Aldrich Mod;Mesa Triaxis V2.0;Mesa 50/50 Power amp;Carvin Legacy Head;Lee Jackson XLA 1000;ADA MP1, Mesa and Marshall Cabs
          Guitars
          Guild x170;Ibanez Universe;Ibanez Usa Custom;Ibanez prestige 2020x;Ibanez RG760;Fender USA B-Bender Tele;Kramer Focus 3000;Ovation Legend;Alverez 12 string;Fender J Bass Fretless

          Comment


          • #50
            st anger.
            Peavey ESP DiMarzio

            I get my tubes from ValveQueen...you should too!!

            Good Transactions

            Comment


            • #51
              Ceriatone Lead & Bass (Marshall 2061) For Sale
              1965 Fender Bandmaster For Sale
              Sunn 3x12 For Sale
              Bogner (Alchemist) 2x12 cabinet For Sale
              1978 Marshall JMP 2204
              Epiphone Wilshire
              Gibson SG Classic (heritage cherry)
              Gibson SG Classic (ebony)

              Comment


              • #52
                I remember my friends that were huge Metallica fans livid when Load came out. One went so far as to write them a letter about how they let everyone down.

                For me, two come to mind: Queensryche - Hear in the Now, I wasn't a huge fan of Promised Land, because I was into Dream Theater a lot by then, but Hear was a total piece of crap. They never came back around.

                Dream Theater - Falling was OK, but Scenes just didn't sit well. The songs were way too "floydian" and nothing really resonated as something catchy. They've sucked ever since then; retreading riffs from what ever band is the flavor of the month.


                i'm sorry but this seems silly to me, load can be excused cuz metallica can do whatever they want. thats what has always made them good. st anger on the other hand is just not a good effort at all. load and reload have some great classic songs on them.
                late 70's gibson sg custom
                2006 gibson sg standard
                1985 gibson explorer
                mesa mark III blue
                peavey bravo 112
                red bear mk60

                Comment


                • #53
                  Iron Maiden - No Prayer for the Dying
                  Queensryche - Promised Land
                  Member of the Mesa/Boogie Mob m/m/

                  Uses & abuses: Mesa/Fender/Charvel/Jackson/Gibson/every pedal ever created.

                  Good deals: The Rossness, Laura the Valve Queen

                  Mustaine-Who? is a scammer, avoid this prick like the PLAGUE!







                  Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy


                  So in conclusion, if you like ******************** then you like Strats. If you don't like Strats, it's because you secretly don't like ********************.









                  Originally Posted by NaturalBornBoy


                  Sheikpwnt









                  Originally Posted by Murdoch


                  We like to think of it as you leaving a foot-wide trail of fishy-smelling sand wherever you go.

                  Comment


                  • #54
                    too many to list, really.
                    got a question about TITAN amps? ask me
                    here

                    my website

                    TITAN AMPS on myspace


                    My band:Last Comes Gunfire

                    Comment


                    • #55
                      Marilyn Manson - The Golden Age of Grotesque

                      Being a MM fan since his first album, this was truly a disappointment. MM and burlesque doesn't mix, listen to Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag

                      Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero

                      Reznor and politics don't mix.
                      Find me and the rest of the guise here: www.guitarampboard.com

                      Comment


                      • #56
                        The first that comes to mind is Baroness - Blue Record. The First and Second EPs and Red Album are full of amazing music. Blue is a big pile of pretentious crap IMO.
                        Good deals: The Riffer, Code001, Grunge782, RyanC, KingdomGuitar, itkindaworks, Masterburrfoot, LowWoods, BEG FTW, Ancient

                        http://www.facebook.com/QuietHands
                        http://QuietHands.bandcamp.com

                        Comment


                        • #57
                          Overall, AIC - Tripod is way up there for me, too.
                          Member of the Mesa/Boogie Mob m/m/

                          Uses & abuses: Mesa/Fender/Charvel/Jackson/Gibson/every pedal ever created.

                          Good deals: The Rossness, Laura the Valve Queen

                          Mustaine-Who? is a scammer, avoid this prick like the PLAGUE!







                          Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy


                          So in conclusion, if you like ******************** then you like Strats. If you don't like Strats, it's because you secretly don't like ********************.









                          Originally Posted by NaturalBornBoy


                          Sheikpwnt









                          Originally Posted by Murdoch


                          We like to think of it as you leaving a foot-wide trail of fishy-smelling sand wherever you go.

                          Comment


                          • #58
                            Overall, AIC - Tripod is way up there for me, too.


                            Really? I liked tripod ok. It's one of those albums that grew on me. It would have been hard for ANY of their albums to follow dirt, ya know?
                            I had a signature once...

                            Comment


                            • #59
                              Kiss - Music from The Elder.


                              Are you ****************ing nuts??? "The Oath" is one of the best opening tracks on a KISS album EVAR! That song is heavy as all get out. I know lyrically it's kinda ghey, but there are some great songs on there. "I", "Dark Light" are some of my favs.
                              Mesa/Boogie Mob

                              AMT Army-Lt. Colonel AnGuS

                              Clips (Click Me):

                              For Good Transactions Click Me

                              BRO CLUB: Member

                              Comment


                              • #60
                                Reinventing the steel. They really dropped the ball there.


                                My favorite Pantera album! I thought their albums got progressively better. Then Phil left and kept getting better while Dime and Vinnie...........well .

                                A few of my disappointments were,

                                Guns N Roses- Use Your Illusions
                                Motley Crue- Generation Swine
                                Ozzy- Anything after Ozzmosis
                                Skid Row- Subhuman Race
                                Testament- Anything after Low
                                Life Of Agony-Anything after River Runs Red
                                Megadeth- RISK
                                Dream Theater- Awake
                                Machine Head-The Blackening
                                BLS- 1919 Eternal
                                Clutch-Strange Cousins From The West
                                ----------------------------------------
                                1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom- Wine Red
                                1971 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop
                                1995 Gibson Les Paul Classic
                                2010 Fender American Tele
                                2011 Fender Am. Std Strat
                                1984 Marshall JCM 800 2203
                                1974 Marshall JMP Superlead
                                Orange Rockerverb 100 MK II
                                Peavey JSX
                                Peavey XXX
                                Line 6 Spider IV 75 (2) for the cover band
                                Orange cabs
                                Beer & Whiskey

                                Comment



                                Working...
                                X