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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Big fan of Metal Meltdown, are we?
    Fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Big fan of Metal Meltdown, are we?
    Dude that is a cool song!

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    And as usual I agree with Chris, Painkiller is the best album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    If Stained Class had the same production quality as Screaming or Defenders, there wouldn't be any discussion to be had.
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    I always leave 70s Priest out of the discussion, since it is flat out better than the 80s stuff.
    Meh. The songwriting and the poopy production go hand-in-hand. Sabbath, Rainbow, Deep Purple, etc. were making infinitely heavier sounding albums at the time, and the production didn't limit them, the worked with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    And as usual I agree with Chris, Painkiller is the best album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Meh. The songwriting and the poopy production go hand-in-hand. Sabbath, Rainbow, Deep Purple, etc. were making infinitely heavier sounding albums at the time, and the production didn't limit them, the worked with it.
    Truth.

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    METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN! METAL MELTDOWN!

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    The mix on Stained Class sounds like two kids fighting with pillows and their mother yelling at them.

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