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Really tough one. Very consistent killer discography.

But I'll still stick with New Religion.

 

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I'll go Ruff Justice.

only album where I love every song 

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Plenty of great releases but Ruff Justice is the only release (thus far) from em to be my number 1 of its release year

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Ruff Justice

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Vote for Forever Wild.

Close between that and Ruff Justice but two songs on Ruff Justice that don't do much for me...Shot With Needle Of Love and Kiss Of Judas.

Really nothing on Forever Wild that I can say that about.

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21 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

Really tough one. Very consistent killer discography.

But I'll still stick with New Religion.

 

Same.  For me, NR and the last 3 are all Fantastic.

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Difficult for me, New Religion was my introduction to the band and there's a lot of sentimental value attached to it. Ruff Justice I listened to a lot and it works well as an ''album''.... I will say this though, the last track on ''Forever Wild'' is massive and infinitely better than the last track on Ruff Justice

While they share a similar theme and lyrical content (Live Before I Die / Never Die... ''living my life, taking matters into my own hands'' yadda yadda.......) the Ruff Justice album closer is pretty tame and almost ''uneventful'' compared to what they deliver on Never Die (Forever Wild). It's uptempo, intense, and the double guitar solo gives me a stiffy everytime. I regularly get speeding tickets when listening to that song in my car

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If I consult my ratings, I've rated 'Ruff Justice' .5% more than 'New Religion' and undoubtedly if I revisited them tomorrow it could be the other way around, so I won't vote and just say it's one of those two. 

It's definitely one of those two, though, significantly above the rest of the (great) discography. 

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