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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    The best thrash album is probably The New Order.
    This man also has a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Hmm, you raise a good point. I skip Dawn Patrol.
    Everybody skips Dawn patrol.

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    The New Order is arguably not even the best Testament album, let alone the best thrash album ever.
    C'mon son.

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    I'd probably have to say as well that Countdown... is my fav for Megadeth. RIP has its moments, and has alot of fan and critical backing for it being significant for metal and even the band's history but I think Megadeth really shines the most on Countdown.... And yeah I skip over Dawn Patrol. Plus a few others on RIP quite frankly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterShredThanDead View Post
    I'd probably have to say as well that Countdown... is my fav for Megadeth. RIP has its moments, and has alot of fan and critical backing for it being significant for metal and even the band's history but I think Megadeth really shines the most on Countdown.... And yeah I skip over Dawn Patrol. Plus a few others on RIP quite frankly.
    While I like Countdown to Extinction, I think RIP is on another level. Especially as a thrash album - I don't know if I even consider Countdown to be thrash anymore. It's more like a heavy metal album with one or two thrash songs thrown in.

    When it comes to the discussion of which is the best thrash album, how can MOP be it when it's not even the best Metallica album? AJFA > MOP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    When it comes to the discussion of which is the best thrash album, how can MOP be it when it's not even the best Metallica album? AJFA > MOP.
    AJFA isn't even in the top 3 best Metallica albums (spoiler: it's #4).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naren View Post
    AJFA isn't even in the top 3 best Metallica albums (spoiler: it's #4).
    Disagree strongly.

    My top 3 is:

    1. And Justice for All
    2. Master of Puppets
    3. Ride the Lightning

    Nr. 4 would probably be the Black Album. Kill 'em All has a few classics, but overall that album is pretty raw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    While I like Countdown to Extinction, I think RIP is on another level. Especially as a thrash album - I don't know if I even consider Countdown to be thrash anymore. It's more like a heavy metal album with one or two thrash songs thrown in.


    Countdown is to Megadeth what the Black Album is to Metallica. A decent album that was the obvious turning point in their sound towards something more commercial.

    If you played Load or Youthanasia to any of the 18 year old members of Metallica, they'd all tell you that it sucks.

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