Should I fall out of love, my fire in the light to chase a feather in the wind, within the glow that weaves a cloak of delight there moves a thread that has no end.
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality.
Rock, rock, ’til you drop. Rock, rock, never stop.
I will never be satisfied until it ends in tears.
Made up my mind to make a new start, going to California with an aching in my heart.
You want it all, but you can’t have it.
UH-HUH HUH, HEH HEH YEAH… but no, this is actually, like, a really great album. Like seriously (UH HUH YEAH).
Ah, can’t you see me standing here? I got my back against the record machine. I ain’t the worst that you’ve seen, ah can’t you see what I mean?
You talk about things that nobody cares, wearing out things that nobody wears. You’re calling my name but I gotta make clear, I can’t say baby where I’ll be in a year.
Said woman take it slow, and it’ll work itself out fine. All we need is just a little patience.
Warning is come upon your heels – feel your dreams slip away.
I don’t know where I’m going, but I sure know where I’ve been.
Livin’, lovin’ on the run, so far away from you.
You see right through me – I got the feeling of love.
To be the best we got to pass the test we gotta make it all the way to the top of the mountain.
Don’t wait for 18 and life to check this one out.
It might not be for ma nor pa, but this Fishbone dish is sizzling.
Heavy metal is bestowed upon We Mere Mortals. And it is good.
A genuinely unique, truly eclectic (oddball?), moving, memorable, alternative (nu?) metal rollercoaster.
Just because it’s the end, there’s still plenty of reasons to get the led out.
The supergroup comprised of Rage Against the Machine (minus Zach de la Rocha) and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell finds their cohesive sound.
Well-crafted hair metal. You might say it’ll rock you like… a powerful force of nature.
Not including it would be akin to, say… breaking the law, for example?
An undeniable hurricane of thrashy, trashy, dirty, funky metal that gets under your skin like very few albums can.
Do I need to finally say it? Do I need to count it down?
A lesser work of one of great hard rock bands still easily makes this here list.
The definition of heavy metal.