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A lover of music, anime, movies, and games.
A lot of my classic heavy metal reviews are and probably always will be pretty lengthy, and describe each song on the album. You should only read these track-by-track parts if interested, as most people would probably prefer to only read my album summary paragraph that I usually place near the end of such reviews.
Please note my collection is only the music that I actually own. I have far more music on my computer. Likewise, my wanted list is made up of items that I want in physical form; not MP3's.
100-90: One of the greatest releases of all time.
89-80: Excellent; a must-hear.
79-70: Very good, definitely worth checking out.
69-60: Good and worth exploring, but not great.
49-40: Pretty bad.
39-30: Laughingly bad.
29-0: Terrible/painful etc.
My favorite bands: http://www.last.fm/user/Metal_Ganado
Anime stuff: http://myanimelist.net/profile/Metal_Ganado
Movie stuff: http://www.flixster.com/user/metalganado
Game stuff: http://metalganado.gamerdna.com/
Other random charts:
Top five metal vocalists:
Iron Maiden: Bruce Dickinson
Iced Earth: Matt Barlow
Grave Digger: Chris Boltendahl
GWAR: Oderus Urungus (Dave Brockie)
Bal-Sagoth: Lord Byron
Top five metal drummers:
Dream Theater: Mike Portnoy
Bal-Sagoth: Johnny Maudling
Death/Iced Earth: Richard Christy
Iron Maiden: Nicko McBrain
Top five metal guitarists:
Iron Maiden: Adrian Smith
Iron Maiden: Dave Murray
Blut aus Nord: Vindsval
Grave Digger: Uwe Lulis
King Diamond: Andy LaRocque
Top five metal Bassists:
Iron Maiden: Steve Harris
GWAR: Beefcake the Mighty (Mike Bishop)
Megadeth: David Ellefson
Grave Digger/Running Wild: Jens Becker
Manowar: Joey DeMaio