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Casanova - S/T

Danger Danger - Screw It!

Dare - Blood From Stone

Europe - Prisoners in Paradise

Harem Scarem - S/T

PC 69 - One Size Fits All

Kane Roberts - Saints and Sinners

Shotgun Messiah - Second Coming

Steelheart - S/T

Tyketto - Don't Come Easy

XYZ - Hungry

Without seeing the rest of the albums from the year, based on this list alone, anyone who thinks 1991 wasn't a great year is out of their goddamn godforsaken mind! There's about 6 all-time favourite albums in that list alone! Is it even legal to have those Harem Scarem, Kane Roberts, Europe, Casanova, Danger Danger and Dare albums all from the same year? It shouldn't be.

 

I forgot Casanova :bowdown:

I only have One Night Stand, which I listened to the first time, the other day. That album is fantastic, so I gotta get the debut.

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Casanova - S/T

Danger Danger - Screw It!

Dare - Blood From Stone

Europe - Prisoners in Paradise

Harem Scarem - S/T

PC 69 - One Size Fits All

Kane Roberts - Saints and Sinners

Shotgun Messiah - Second Coming

Steelheart - S/T

Tyketto - Don't Come Easy

XYZ - Hungry

Without seeing the rest of the albums from the year, based on this list alone, anyone who thinks 1991 wasn't a great year is out of their goddamn godforsaken mind! There's about 6 all-time favourite albums in that list alone! Is it even legal to have those Harem Scarem, Kane Roberts, Europe, Casanova, Danger Danger and Dare albums all from the same year? It shouldn't be.

 

I forgot Casanova :bowdown:

I only have One Night Stand, which I listened to the first time, the other day. That album is fantastic, so I gotta get the debut.

 

 

Holy shit mate, if you think 'One Night Stand' is fantastic, you will actually lose your balls when you hear their debut. I also love both discs, but the debut is a bit more consistent and one of my personal favourite albums of all time.

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Are you sure Geoff ? because I think 'one night stand' slightly edge the debut, but I haven't re-rated both of em :)

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Are you sure Geoff ? because I think 'one night stand' slightly edge the debut, but I haven't re-rated both of em :)

 

Very, very sure, mate. I will actually be rating these two next week and will resurrect some old Casanova thread for my rating of their discography. 'Seal it with a kiss' would be in the running for my all time favourite Casanova song, and it does have 'I'll come runnin,' 'Ticket to the moon,' 'Guns of fire...' it's a killer disc. But yeah, I adore the debut. I think there is one slightly weaker song in it, and the rest is brilliant. 'Love lies' - :wub:

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Not as many truly great albums for me but some of my all time favourites.

 

I would of course add the Pearl Jam album because it's brilliant.

 

Probably The Cults most consistent album. I'm probably the only person to think that but I love Ceremony from beginning to end.

That Havana Black hits the spot for me and the Law and Order has a special place in my heart. Played the Shadow King to death as well.

 

 

 

 

Baby Animals Baby Animals

Bad English Backlash

Dan Baird Love Songs For The Hearing Impaired

Blackeyed Susan Electric Rattlebone

The Cult Ceremony

The Dan Reed Network The Heat

Enuff Z'Nuff Strength

Havana Black Exiles In Mainstream

Junkyard Sixes, Sevens, and Nines

L.A. Guns Hollywood Vampires

Law and Order Rites of Passage

The Law The Law

Marillion Holidays In Eden

Mr. Big Lean Into It

Randy Jackson's China Rain Bed of Nails

Saigon Kick Saigon Kick

Shadow King Shadow King

Tesla Psychotic Supper

Vain All Those Strangers

Warrior Soul Drugs, God and the New Republic

White Lion Mane Attraction

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Nope I love Ceremony too - killer album

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Not as many truly great albums for me but some of my all time favourites.

 

Baby Animals Baby Animals

Bad English Backlash

Dan Baird Love Songs For The Hearing Impaired

Blackeyed Susan Electric Rattlebone

The Cult Ceremony

The Dan Reed Network The Heat

Enuff Z'Nuff Strength

Havana Black Exiles In Mainstream

Junkyard Sixes, Sevens, and Nines

L.A. Guns Hollywood Vampires

Law and Order Rites of Passage

The Law The Law

Marillion Holidays In Eden

Mr. Big Lean Into It

Randy Jackson's China Rain Bed of Nails

Saigon Kick Saigon Kick

Shadow King Shadow King

Tesla Psychotic Supper

Vain All Those Strangers

Warrior Soul Drugs, God and the New Republic

White Lion Mane Attraction

 

:lol: Sorry mate, but I agree with your initial statement. If that's your playlist from this excellent year, then you have every right to think it was a terrible year. Didn't you listen to any of the good albums from this year? I'd give you Vain, Bad English, White Lion, Shadow King, LA Guns, Tesla and probably even Mr Big... but like I said in another thread, do you hate Europeans? ;)

 

Not a single European band in that list, like Casanova, Bai Bang, Bonfire, Douglas, or what about Australia's BB Steal. Or Harem Scarem from Canada? And if you're stuck in America, what about Britney Fox's best album?

 

And thats just a bare surface scratch. Sorry mate, but if you don'y listen to the good albums from any year, of course that year is going to suck. ;)

 

Barely one album from Dead Planet's list of actual good releases is mentioned. You're a peculiar man. :P

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Thought about Britney Fox but I didn't think that was their best.

 

The Cult, The Law and Marillion are English! Havana Black, Finland.

 

Never really listened to the European bands back then. Probably should now I live in Germany. I think I was put off by watching Doro support Dio once. Pretty lass but not my music...

 

There's a fairly strong argument that I only really listen to stuff out of Scandinavia at the moment.

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The Cult, The Law and Marillion are English! Havana Black, Finland.

 

 

But let's be honest - they are all dreadful bands! ;) I don't think one of those albums lasted a full week in my collection.

 

If you only listen to Scandanavian bands now, you should implement that into the rest of your collection too. :) I'm not having a go at you at all. If anything, just trying to help a brother out. I don't know your exact taste in music, but I meant what I said - if that list is what you have, I totally agree that 1991 would have been a horrible year for you. I'm just trying to say there is absolutely brilliant stuff from 1991; it's just not on your list. Give the stuff on Dead Planet's list a go and you will change your mind quick about the quality of 1991. ;)

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That's why I love these threads, and this site in general. There is a ton of great music out there that I've not heard. Currently got the first Casanova album on, that many rate. Never heard of it.

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PS The Cult - Ceremony IS a killer album, just ignore Geoff ;-)

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He'll never persuade me something I like is bad but , who knows, maybe he puts me on to something I do like. It's basically why we're all here, isn't it?

 

Well since the thread with all the pics of hot chicks died.

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1. Ozzy Osbourne NO MORE TEARS

2. Soundgarden BADMOTORFINGER

3. Fates Warning PARALLELS

4. Tyketto DON'T COME EASY

5. Van Halen FOR UNLAWFUL CARNAL KNOWLEDGE

 

With kudos to Little Angels' YOUNG GODS

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Still going alphabetically (and this was a much easier year to deal with than 19bloody90!):

 

 

Armored Saint

Symbol Of Salvation

Asphalt Ballet

Asphalt Ballet

Baby Animals

Baby Animals

Badlands

Voodoo Highway

The Cult

Ceremony

D.A.D.

Riskin’ It All

Death

Human

Flies On Fire

Outside Looking Inside

Mark Germino and The Sluggers

Radartown

Johnny Law

Johnny Law

Marillion

Holidays In Eden

Metal Church

The Human Factor

Metallica

Metallica

Motörhead

1916

Noisy Mama

Everybody Has One

Pearl Jam

Ten

Rush

Roll The Bones

The Scream

Let It Scream

Senseless Things

The First Of Too Many

Shooting Star

It's Not Over

Shotgun Messiah

Second Coming

Skid Row

Slave To The Grind

Snakepit Rebels

Snakepit Rebels

Steelheart

Steelheart

Tesla

Psychotic Supper

The Throbs

The Language Of Thieves And Vagabonds

Tuff

What Comes Around Goes Around

U2

Achtung Baby

Van Halen

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge

Warrior Soul

Drugs, God And The New Republic

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What an incredible year. Loads of great albums, including two flawless materpieces that would be in my all-time top 20:

Overkill - Horrorscope
Warrior Soul - Drugs, God And The New Republic

 

Plus a number of other 10/10 greats:

Skid Row - Slave To The Grind
Metal Church - The Human Factor
Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick
Anacrusis - Manic Impressions

 

And some 9-9.5/10 gems:
Savatage - Streets
Sepultura - Arise
Massacre - From Beyond
Fear of God - Within the Veil

Death - Human
Metallica - Metallica
Harem Scarem - S/T
Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation
Immolation - Dawn of Possession
Bolt Thrower - War Master
Carcass - Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious
Entombed - Clandestine

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What an incredible year. Loads of great albums, including two flawless materpieces that would be in my all-time top 20:

Overkill - Horrorscope

Warrior Soul - Drugs, God And The New Republic

 

Plus a number of other 10/10 greats:

Skid Row - Slave To The Grind

Metal Church - The Human Factor

Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick

Anacrusis - Manic Impressions

 

And some 9-9.5/10 gems:

Savatage - Streets

Sepultura - Arise

Massacre - From Beyond

Fear of God - Within the Veil

Death - Human

Metallica - Metallica

Harem Scarem - S/T

Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation

Immolation - Dawn of Possession

Bolt Thrower - War Master

Carcass - Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious

Entombed - Clandestine

 

This was when you were going through your 'ballads' phase, wasn't it?

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What an incredible year. Loads of great albums, including two flawless materpieces that would be in my all-time top 20:

Overkill - Horrorscope

Warrior Soul - Drugs, God And The New Republic

 

Plus a number of other 10/10 greats:

Skid Row - Slave To The Grind

Metal Church - The Human Factor

Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick

Anacrusis - Manic Impressions

 

And some 9-9.5/10 gems:

Savatage - Streets

Sepultura - Arise

Massacre - From Beyond

Fear of God - Within the Veil

Death - Human

Metallica - Metallica

Harem Scarem - S/T

Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation

Immolation - Dawn of Possession

Bolt Thrower - War Master

Carcass - Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious

Entombed - Clandestine

Harem Scarem seem way out of place amongst those other albums ?

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haha yeah that's strange seeing Harem Scarem between those extreme metals but HS definitely belongs in the top 10, if not the winner :)

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What an incredible year. Loads of great albums, including two flawless materpieces that would be in my all-time top 20:

Overkill - Horrorscope

Warrior Soul - Drugs, God And The New Republic

 

Plus a number of other 10/10 greats:

Skid Row - Slave To The Grind

Metal Church - The Human Factor

Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick

Anacrusis - Manic Impressions

 

And some 9-9.5/10 gems:

Savatage - Streets

Sepultura - Arise

Massacre - From Beyond

Fear of God - Within the Veil

Death - Human

Metallica - Metallica

Harem Scarem - S/T

Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation

Immolation - Dawn of Possession

Bolt Thrower - War Master

Carcass - Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious

Entombed - Clandestine

Harem Scarem seem way out of place amongst those other albums

 

 

The boy Eagle is all over the place, musically ... ;)

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My Top 25 best of 1991 (in alphabetical order)

 

Bad Moon Rising - Bad Moon Rising

Badlands - Voodoo Highway

Great White - Hooked

Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion 1 + 2

Junkyard - Sixes, Sevens And Nines

Kingdom Come - Hands Of Time

Marillion - Holidays In Eden

McQueen Street - McQueen Street

Metal Church - The Human Factor

Metallica - The Black Album

Pendragon - The World

Rush - Roll The Bones

Richie Sambora - Stranger In This Town

Saraya - When The Blackbird Sings

Shotgun Messiah - Second Coming

Skid Row - Slave To The Grind

Steelheart - Steelheart

Tesla - Psychotic Supper

U2 - Achtung Baby

Van Halen - For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge

Vicious Rumors - Welcome To The Ball

Warrior Soul - Drugs, God And The New Republic

White Lion - Mane Attraction

Y & T - Yesterday And Today Live

XYZ - Hungry

 

 

This year's favourite was Guns N' Roses' excellent pair of "Use Your Illusion" albums, which I'm glad they released like this. To my ears, hardly any filler at all, and I can't think of anything I'd want to have missed out on if they had condensed the highlights into just one album.

 

Also loved Steelheart's debut, as well as Richie Sambora's first solo effort showing the world that he didn't need to be Jon Bon Jovi's sidekick for the rest of his life.

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I'm surprised to see my top pick hasn't made anyone's list.

 

1. RTZ - Return to Zero

2. Great White - Hooked

3. Mr. Big - Lean Into It

4. XYZ - Hungry

5. Tyketto - Don't Come Easy

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Haven't rated this one yet but I assume the top albums should probably consist of HAREM SCAREM, SKID ROW, EUROPE, WHITE LION, CASANOVA, maybe BRYAN ADAMS or DANGER DANGER, but I think GREAT WHITE has potential to be in the top 10 too, I remember I like it quite a lot :)

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THE YEAR OF 1991

last updated : 30 Nov 2016

 

Total 100 albums evaluated and the top 100 consists of :

>= 85% = 19 albums

81%-84% = 48 albums

<= 75% = 33 albums

 

Average rating for the top 100 is 78.82%

 

RANK 1 - 20

HAREM SCAREM s/t Melodic Rock Warner Music 100.0%
SKID ROW Slave To The Grind Hard Rock / Heavy Metal East West 92.6%
EUROPE Prisoners In Paradise Melodic Rock Epic 92.0%
BRYAN ADAMS Waking Up The Neighbours AOR A & M 91.6%
WHITE LION Mane Attraction Hard Rock East West 90.8%
CASANOVA s/t Melodic Rock Warner Music 90.0%
GUNS N' ROSES Use Your Illusion 2 Sleaze / Hard Rock MCA Victor 89.7%
DANGER DANGER Screw It! Melodic Rock Sony Music 89.5%
ENUFF Z'NUFF Strength Hard Rock Atco 87.8%
MR.BIG Lean Into It Hard Rock East West 87.5%

KANE ROBERTS Saints and Sinners Melodic Rock Geffen 87.1%
XYZ Hungry Hard Rock EMI 87.0%
ROXETTE Joyride Pop Rock EMI 86.6%
X JAPAN Jealousy Heavy Metal Sony Music 86.5%
TUFF What Comes Around Goes Around Sleaze / Hard Rock Atlantic 86.3%
SARGANT FURY Still Want More Hard Rock Warner 86.3%
SEPULTURA Arise Thrash / Death Metal Roadrunner 86.2%
BAD MOON RISING s/t Hard Rock Pony Canyon 85.5%
HEATHEN Victims of Deception Thrash Metal Roadrunner 85.2%
AIRKRAFT In The Red Melodic Rock Curb Records 85.0%

RANK 21 - 100

GREAT WHITE Hooked Blues / Hard Rock Capitol 84.6%
BB STEAL On The Edge Melodic Rock Phonogram 84.6%
LOUDNESS On The Prowl Hard Rock Warner Music 84.6%
ALICE COOPER Hey Stoopid Hard Rock Epic Records 84.5%
SACRIFICE Soldiers of Misfortune Thrash Metal Metal Blade 84.5%
KIX Hot Wire Hard Rock East West 84.4%
VAN HALEN For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Hard Rock Warner 84.2%
GUNS N' ROSES Use Your Illusion 1 Sleaze / Hard Rock MCA Victor 84.1%
FATES WARNING Parallels Prog Metal Warner 84.1%
GLORY 2 Forgive Is 2 Forget Melodic Rock Alpha Record 84.0%

BAD ENGLISH Backlash AOR Epic 83.9%
PLANET 3 A Heart From The Big Machine Westcoast AOR EMI 83.5%
NASTY IDOLS Cruel Intention Sleaze / Hard Rock HMS 83.4%
RUNNING WILD Blazon Stone Heavy Metal EMI 83.3%
BRIGHTON ROCK Love Machine Hard Rock WEA 83.1%
ALDO NOVA Blood On The Bricks Melodic Rock Mercury 82.7%
DARE Blood From Stone Melodic Rock A & M 82.6%
CHICAGO Twenty1 Lite AOR Reprise 82.5%
GLASS TIGER Simple Mission Lite AOR Capitol 82.0%
PANIC Epidemic Thrash Metal Metal Blade 81.4%

METAL CHURCH The Human Factor Heavy Metal CBS 81.3%
BATON ROUGE Lights Out On The Playground Hard Rock Atlantic 80.6%
BRITNY FOX Bite Down Hard Sleaze / Hard Rock East West 80.3%
HEAVEN'S GATE Livin' In Hysteria Power Metal Victor 80.2%
SHADOW KING s/t AOR Atlantic 80.2%
HELLOWEEN Pink Bubbles Go Ape Heavy Metal Victor 79.5%
B'Z In The Life J-Rock BMG 79.4%
EZ LIVIN' After The Fire Melodic Rock LZ Records 79.3%
JUNKYARD Sixes, Sevens, and Nines Sleaze / Hard Rock Geffen 79.1%
HEARTLAND s/t AOR A & M 79.0%

L.A.GUNS Hollywood Vampires [JAP] Sleaze / Hard Rock Phonogram 79.0%
OZZY OSBOURNE No More Tears Hard Rock Sony Music 78.8%
LETTER X Time of The Gathering Heavy Metal SPV 78.8%
RICHARD MARX Rush Street AOR Capitol 78.6%
BRICKYARD s/t AOR Retrospect 78.5%
TANGIER Stranded Hard Rock ATCO 78.4%
TORBEN SCHMIDT A Bit On The Side AOR Epic 78.4%
RICHIE SAMBORA Stranger In This Town AOR Mercury 78.4%
SHOTGUN MESSIAH Second Coming Hard Rock Combat 77.9%
WHITECROSS In The Kingdom Hard Rock Star Song 77.9%

ROADHOUSE s/t Melodic Rock Vertigo 77.7%
BENEDICTION The Grand Leveller Death Metal Nuclear Blast 77.5%
WILD BOYZ Unleashed! Sleaze / Hard Rock Polaris 77.1%
DEATH Human Prog / Death Metal Relativity 76.8%
SILOAM Sweet Destiny Hard Rock Image 7 76.5%
ASPHALT BALLET s/t Hard Rock Virgin 76.3%
SARCOFAGO The Laws of Scourge Thrash / Death Metal Under One Flag 76.3%
ADI METAL ROCK Revolusi Kaisar Indo Rock Surya Records 75.0%
U.D.O Timebomb Heavy Metal BMG 74.9%
SLAUGHTER HOUSE Face Reality Thrash Metal Metal Blade 74.8%

VICIOUS RUMORS Welcome To The Ball Power / Heavy Metal East West 74.5%
BIG HOUSE s/t Sleaze / Hard Rock RCA 74.3%
CHRISSY STEELE Magnet To Steele Hard Rock Chrysalis 73.8%
MESSIAH Choir of Horrors Thrash / Death Metal Noise 73.8%
BOLT THROWER War Master Death Metal Earache 73.7%
LITTLE ANGELS Young Gods Hard Rock Polydor 73.2%
RANDY JACKSON'S CHINA RAIN Bed of Nails Hard Rock Beyond Records 73.2%
WHITE HEART Power House AOR Star Song 73.1%
GREGG TRIPP Tempus Edax Rerum AOR Impact 72.7%
SARAYA When The Blackbird Sings AOR PolyGram 72.5%

ANGELICA Rock, Stock, and Barrel Hard Rock Intense 72.3%
ANGGUN C SASMI Anak Putih Abu-Abu Indo Rock Harpa Musik 72.2%
AMY GRANT Heart In Motion Pop A & M 71.6%
FIRE WITH FIRE s/t Hard Rock Retrospect 71.5%
ARMORED SAINT Symbol of Salvation Heavy Metal Metal Blade 71.2%
SAIGON KICK s/t Hard Rock East West 71.1%
BANG TANGO Dancin' On Coals Funk / Hard Rock MCA 70.7%
REPTILE SMILE Who Makes The Rules Hard Rock Sony Music 70.6%
LAW, THE s/t AOR Atlantic 70.6%
MICHAEL JACKSON Dangerous Pop / R&B Sony Music 70.1%

DISMEMBER Like An Ever Flowing Stream Death Metal Nuclear Blast 70.0%
RUSH Roll The Bones Prog Rock / AOR Mercury 69.8%
QUEEN Innuendo Symphonic / Pop Rock Universal 68.1%
DARK ANGEL Time Does Not Heal Thrash Metal Sony Music 66.8%
ENTOMBED Clandestine Death Metal Earache 66.7%
PORCUPINE TREE On The Sunday of Life .. Prog Rock Snapper 66.1%
MORDRED In This Life Funk / Thrash Metal Noise 64.4%
DARKTHRONE Soulside Journey Death Metal Peaceville 58.9%
MASTER On The Seventh Day God Created .. Death Metal Nuclear Blast 57.7%
SABBAT Mourning Has Broken Thrash Metal Noise 55.6%

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I love your guys' lists. Let's me know what I should be focusing on.

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Storm, Tyketto, Tall Stories ?

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