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In order of greatness, as of end of 2021:

1. Paradigm (2019)

2. Armageddonize (2015)

3. Momentum (2017)

4. Wired (2021)

5. Are You Ready to Rock (2008)

6. Bleed and Scream (2012)

7. Second to None (2002)

8. The Truth and a Little More (2001)

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1. Are You Ready

2. Bleed and Scream

3. Monumentum 

4. Armageddonize 

5. Wired

6. Paradigm 

7. the other 2

Are You Ready will always be their best. 

It was first time they were firing on all cylinders and they've been rehashing those songs ever since. 

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1. Are You Ready?

2. Armageddonize

3. Bleed & Scream

4. Monumentum

5. Wired

6. Paradigm

7. Second To None (never listen to this anymore)

8. The Truth And A little More (as you can imagine after number 7..I never listen to this)

 

 

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1. Armageddonize

2. Wired

3. Bleed & Scream

4. Monumentum

5. Paradigm

6. Are You Ready

7. Second To None 

8. The Truth And A little More

Never listen to the last 2.  And guess I'm in the minority but Are You Ready hasn't done much for me outside of a few tunes like Unbreakable, Million Miles Away.

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2 hours ago, tts42572 said:

 

5. Paradigm

6. Are You Ready

 

please explain?

Paradigm outside of about 2 songs was a turd, but Are You Ready is sublime 

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48 minutes ago, Glen said:

please explain?

Paradigm outside of about 2 songs was a turd, but Are You Ready is sublime 

Two songs was about all I really cared for off Are You Ready (Million Miles and Unbreakable are all I've tossed in my playlist).  I admit that maybe I need to revisit it as I didn't spend much time with it.  Just seems like it pales in comparison to their later efforts to me.

Part of it might be that I didn't really start listening heavily to Eclipse until Armageddonize dropped. I loved that album, then worked back to Bleed & Scream.  Then worked back to Are You Ready after that.  Just never hit me much. 

 

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23 minutes ago, tts42572 said:

Two songs was about all I really cared for off Are You Ready (Million Miles and Unbreakable are all I've tossed in my playlist).  I admit that maybe I need to revisit it as I didn't spend much time with it.  Just seems like it pales in comparison to their later efforts to me.

Part of it might be that I didn't really start listening heavily to Eclipse until Armageddonize dropped. I loved that album, then worked back to Bleed & Scream.  Then worked back to Are You Ready after that.  Just never hit me much. 

 

you crazy dude. That albums slays from start to finish. Make sure you listen to the latest version MMXI4, much beefier production.

Also not one viking song in sight ;)

 

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