Poll: What Was the Best Guitar Album of 1992?



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King of Tone

Vulgar Display of Power has to take the cake. Dimebag Darrell played some of his greatest licks on that album and really started cementing his groove metal style, which no one else was doing.



The Offspring and Bad Religion are both on this list! Yes!

Missing in action: Sublime's 40 oz. to Freedom, Ugly Kid Joe's America's Least Wanted, Suicidal Tendencies' The Art of Rebellion, NOFX's White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean, Green Day's Kerplunk, Screaming Trees' Sweet Oblivion, Rollins Band's The End of Silence, Ministry's Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed & the Way to Suck Eggs, Mudhoney's Piece of Cake and Social Distortion's Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell. It would be nice if some of those albums were on the poll.

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