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D*mn Rafo you're bustin' my balls here! Some nice but difficult choices there...Sanctuary,Exodus and Annihilator.As much as i dig that Exodus album i had to go with Annihilator "Alice In Hell" that disc was/is their best...a monster-Randy Rampage just destroys on that one.

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I've actually heard quite a few of these and although I won't vote as they all left my collection pretty quickly, Annihilator's 'Alice In Hell' would probably be my pick of the ones I heard.

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Sanctuary - Refuge Denied - 1988

 

Deyond a doubt one of my favorite releases of all time. Though I can't believe you included this release...none of the others even come close. :headbanger:

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Dang, lotsa goodies in that bunch... but I've been listening to Helloween's WALLS OF JERICHO since it was a new release and it still gets lotsa spins so it's my pick out of this heap :beerbang:

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Helloween - Walls Of Jericho. Some good ones on there; that Annihilator one is awesome as well.

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Off this list I will pick Helloween as it`s the only one I`ve heard but I don`t particularly like it :tumbsup:

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I went with Sepultura here. I also love F&J and Nuclear Assault, and Exodus are a big fave but I thought "Pleasures..." was the weakest of their first 3 albums....

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Annihilator - Alice In Hell - 1989 90/100

Anthrax - Spreading The Disease - 1985 90/100

Exodus - Pleasures Of The Flesh - 1987 90/100

Flotsam And Jetsam - Doomsday For The Deceiver - 1986 85/100

Grave Digger - War Games - 1986 85/100

Hallows Eve - Tales of Terror - 1985 75/100

Helloween - Walls Of Jericho - 1986 90/100

Nuclear Assault - Survive - 1988 80/100

Sanctuary - Refuge Denied - 1988 85/100

Sepultura - Schizophrenia - 1987 90/100

 

Annihilator Anthrax Exodus Helloween Sepultura

 

mmf I don't know :doh:

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Oh man, Nuclear Assaults - Survive is one of the best thrash albums to hit the light of day IMO. NA got my vote.

 

I keep looking for Nuclear Assault cds when I got dumpster diving but always come up empty handed.

Is it me or are there not to many good thrash albums in used cd stores?

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Oh man, Nuclear Assaults - Survive is one of the best thrash albums to hit the light of day IMO. NA got my vote.

 

I keep looking for Nuclear Assault cds when I got dumpster diving but always come up empty handed.

Is it me or are there not to many good thrash albums in used cd stores?

 

There's not many good albums in used CD stores anymore, period.

 

Hell, there aren't many used CD stores!!!

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eazy, i went with sanctuary(with helloween 2nd, just coz i had to go for a US album). the one from grave digger is their worst one(despite the fact that made them well known).i don't care for the others of the poll.

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None of these are particular favorites of mine, and none of them reside in my collection, but I would rate Sanctuary: "Refuge Denied" as the best of the bunch.

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