Poll: What Was the Best Guitar Album of 1993?

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Guy Fischer

Who is this band Toll?

I like Tool's album 'Undertow' but not sure I've ever heard Toll's.

;)

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ChrisDude89

There is no band called Toll. They just spelled the name wrong.

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oldrhoadsfan

Some of those listed albums had alot to do with the temporary death of the guitar. Pearl Jam? Really? Name one part of the album a 10 year old couldn't play......

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ChrisDude89

Hmmm...something from 1993 is missing in action...

Joe Satriani - Time Machine (there's some new/unreleased material on the first disc of this album)
Tribal Tech (Scott Henderson's band) - Face First
Coroner - Grin
Candlebox - Candlebox
Pennywise - Unknown Road
Everclear - World of Noise
ALL - Breaking Things
Bad Brains - Rise
Fishbone - Give a Monkey a Brain and He'll Swear He's the Center of the Universe
The Offspring - Smash (oh, wait, that's from 1994, so it sould be listed for that year)
Green Day - Dookie (oh yeah, I almost forgot, that's from 1994 also, so it should be listed for that year)

Anyway, I just voted for The Outer Limits, which was the last good Voivod album for a while

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tonygrassi

Thanks, Chris. Stain definitely needed to be up there, even though it might not have been LC's best album. For some reason, I often miss Living Colour when making these, but they really deserve recognition, so thanks again for bringing that to my attention.

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ChrisDude89

Yeah, Stain was a fine album to me and I agree about LC deserving some recognition. Same for The Offspring, they deserve it too, and along with Green Day, Blink-182 and Sum 41, they helped pop punk go mainstream. I was surprised when I saw their Ignition album reach #2 on the 1992 list. I can't wait until 1994, when I see Smash in the poll. I'm definitely going to vote for that album and it's in fact one of my favorite albums of that year.

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