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Mmmmmmm...here are the "M"s. It should go without saying by now, but I'll say it anyway--write ins are welcome, because trying to please all people all the time is an exercise in futility.

 

I gave my vote to Metallica. "St. Anger" aside, I like pretty much everything they've ever done, up to and including "Reload." Yeah, I said it, and I am not ashamed. :nyanya:

 

OK, your turn...who ya like?

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20 years ago I would've said Metallica. But since they are a shell of their former selves and have proven themselves totally irrelevant to my life ever since then, I have to go with Megadeth. At least they still put out stuff that's worth listening to, even if they've had a few bumps in the road along the way.

 

Metal Church would be my numero 2 pick.

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Hmmm, not the greatest letter, is it? Of this lot I went with the brilliant Marvelous 3 with Motley Crue not far behind.

 

My write-in picks, though (Sorry Mark, only 2nd time I've had to subject you to this, but you missed some good ones here), are:

 

1. Michael Morales

2. Melidian

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Hmmm, not the greatest letter, is it? Of this lot I went with the brilliant Marvelous 3 with Motley Crue not far behind.

 

My write-in picks, though (Sorry Mark, only 2nd time I've had to subject you to this, but you missed some good ones here), are:

 

1. Michael Morales

2. Melidian

 

 

Millenium was also left out. :crying:

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Of those listed I went with Megadeth.

 

But my top "M" would have to be... MSG (Michael Schenker Group, McAuley/Schenker Group).

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Motley Crue for me. They had me hooked when I seen the cover for Shout At The Devil. Then I heard it and that was all for me.....great band.

:agree:

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20 years ago I would've said Metallica. But since they are a shell of their former selves and have proven themselves totally irrelevant to my life ever since then, I have to go with Megadeth. At least they still put out stuff that's worth listening to, even if they've had a few bumps in the road along the way.

 

Metal Church would be my numero 2 pick.

Yep I agree.. 20 years ago I woulda said Metallica, without hesitation.... But now?? Nope, sorry..... They fell apart after the Black Album, in My opinion anyways.....

 

SO I also went with Megadeth.. Sure they had a few not so good albums, but their latest one kicked ASS!!!!!! :headbanger:

 

And yea Metal Church would be a very close second.....

 

 

 

Come on Guys, vote more for Megadeth.. Can't let em beat Metallica...... :whistle:

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But my top "M" would have to be... MSG (Michael Schenker Group, McAuley/Schenker Group).

 

Backed 100%

 

Another glaring omission in the prog rock field is Marillion.

 

Of those listed :

 

Magnum (by a mile!)

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My write-in picks, though (Sorry Mark, only 2nd time I've had to subject you to this, but you missed some good ones here), are:

 

2. Melidian

 

 

They've only recorded 9 songs (to my knowledge), a couple of which are distinctly average? mmm.

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My write-in picks, though (Sorry Mark, only 2nd time I've had to subject you to this, but you missed some good ones here), are:

 

2. Melidian

 

 

They've only recorded 9 songs (to my knowledge), a couple of which are distinctly average? mmm.

Really? If you ask me that album was filler-free. F*cking love that thing. One of my all-time faves.

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But my top "M" would have to be... MSG (Michael Schenker Group, McAuley/Schenker Group).

 

Backed 100%

 

Another glaring omission in the prog rock field is Marillion.

 

Of those listed :

 

Magnum (by a mile!)

 

 

Wow another Marillion fan..... Very cool... Love the Misplaced Childhood album.. Absolutely brilliant....... :tumbsup: Never heard anything with the new singer though......

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