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  1. I have no problem thinking of 10 albums that changed my life. Some of mine fall into the category of introducing me to the concept of a genre, which includes more than metal. Part of “changing my life” has to do with the fact that I’ve actually gone in and out of listening to metal a couple of times in my life. Here they are in the chronological order that I listened to them:

    Def Leppard – Pyromania
    Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time
    Run DMC – Raising Hell
    John Williams – Star Wars soundtrack
    Metallica – And Justice For All
    Beastie Boys – Paul’s Boutique
    Pink Floyd – The Wall
    Nirvana – Nevermind
    Iron Maiden – Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
    Opeth – Ghost Reveries

    What’s so funny about Hootie and the Blowfish? Believe it or not, when Hootie first came out, they were picked up by the alternative pop/rock crowd. Then 2 months later we in the “alternative” crowd disowned them once they got played to death on adult soft rock radio. But for about 2 months in 1994, Hootie and the Blowfish were cool.

    With a 3 and a 5 five for TesseracT, I’m still not sure if I want to buy it or not. And the song you played didn’t do anything to convince me to buy the album. I think there simply might be too much other new music I want to listen to right now, such as the new Sleep album.

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