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Slipknot

Slipknot

1999

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Slipknot
Album Summary

Slipknot is the debut studio album by the American heavy metal band Slipknot. It was released on June 29, 1999 by Roadrunner Records, following a demo containing a few of the songs which had previously been released in 1998. Later, it was reissued in December 1999 with a slightly-altered track listing and mastering as the result of a lawsuit. It was the first release by the band to be produced by Ross Robinson, who sought to refine Slipknot's sound rather than alter the group's musical direction. This is the only album to feature original guitarist Josh Brainard who left at the end of recording in late 1998 while the band was taking a brief break. Jim Root, who recorded two tracks at this point, would appear full time on subsequent albums. The album spans several genres, but is generally noted for its extensive percussion and overall heavy sound. It was well received by fans and critics alike and was responsible for bringing Slipknot a large increase in popularity. The album peaked at number 51 on the Billboard 200, and has gone on to become certified double platinum in the United States, making it the band's best-selling album. In 2011, it was voted the best debut album of the last 25 years by readers of Metal Hammer magazine.

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Fri Nov 05 2021
2

2.8 - If you’re 14 and hate your stepdad, this may be the album for you. Amazing drums, though.

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Mon May 17 2021
4

This would be a thousand times better if it were mixed properly. Classic loudness wars ruining the fidelity. It's very good at what it is.

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Sun Nov 14 2021
1

You can't trust anything that comes out of Iowa.

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Thu Jul 22 2021
4

You know, fine. There's something to be said for this kind of music. If you want to just blast thinking out of your head for a while, it does the trick and, honestly, I kinda dig that.

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Thu Dec 23 2021
1

Genuinely tough to listen to. Can’t imagine enjoying this. A few not-terrible choruses, but otherwise will always be the official music of middle school children of divorce.

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Thu May 05 2022
1

I try to approach each album with an open mind however this album has two things I absolutely detest: overly long 90s albums and nu-metal. I tried hard but this 100% is not music for me and is a complete struggle. The lyrics are just so pathetic and are meant for angsty teenagers. But I'm neither angsty or a teenager. I will never been listening to this again.

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Sun Jul 11 2021
1

Proof all you need is a gimmick

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Thu Mar 30 2023
5

A++ This record was ferocious when it came out and it has continued to kick ass over the decades. In my opinion they never achieved this level of intensity again, but good lord is this album a fucking monster.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
5

This was earth shatteringly ground breaking when it came out to my ears and I think it still holds up. It’s particularly unique sound - actually strong songs and atmosphere - I think it’s probably one of the few surviving good albums of its genre. I mean ridiculously over the top anger and silly clown costumes with an overly staffed band - but at the same time churning out a great record… can’t not love it. Maybe the white rapping is a bit naff at times but hey a Time Capsule of embarrassment never killed anyone.

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Wed Oct 06 2021
4

My 15-year-old self was stoked to see this on the list. While many would argue SLipknot was just more of the same Nu-Metal the 90s were famous for puking out, I found this to be a perfect gateway drug into a world of more evolved Metal. I went from this to bands like (At The Gates, Origin, Sepultura, Dystopia)... which in turn led me to 1000 subgenres, and eventual love of (Metal, Crust, etc, etc) that has never wavered. If it wasn't for the commercial success of this album, it may be that the entirety of my vinyl collection would have been seriously altered. Also, after giving it a relisten, it had some seriously innovative stuff going on in the realm of percussion. so yeah.

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Sun Jun 05 2022
1

weak, edgy bullshit I kinda liked the rap rock but even that was mid as fuck, rage against the machine is way better 2/10

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Wed Mar 01 2023
5

I remember hearing Eyeless on the radio for the first time in the truck with my cousin and asking him if the drummer had 10 arms..close he said, six. My love affair with the band began that day and has continued since.

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Sun Jan 24 2021
3

2.5-3 stars. took a few songs to get into it and I had really never listened to metal before but it was honestly kinda enjoyable. Got a bit long at the end, couldn't really tell them apart

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Thu Jun 24 2021
2

I put this off for a whole day because I was dreading it so much. I cannot BELIEVE that there are MULTIPLE Slipknot albums on this list. Like what in the actual fuck. Slipknot? Just like "All Hope is Gone", this album is a lot better than I thought it was going to be. I actually really dug the opening track "(sic)". But, just like All Hope is Gone, this album is about 20 minutes too long. The monotony of the screaming and the noise wears out its welcome after 10 minutes, and becomes truly excruciating after 30.

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Thu May 13 2021
5

I find metal to be hit or miss, but this album is definitely a hit. It's pure speed, music to bang your head to. The drums are the highlight of the album: they're crisp, loud, and powerful, a perfect compliment to the screamed vocals and heavy guitar.

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Thu Apr 27 2023
4

Slipknot releases an anger-fueled album that justifies the existence of nu metal before the oversaturation that resulted in the genre becoming a joke. Their second album Iowa gears too far on the abrasiveness and groove while their later albums are too poppy and boring, whereas this one provides a good balance between the two styles, bringing in new audiences while providing something fresh for metal fans too. It's coherent too, keeping the mood and energy while still available to swap between the rough and catchy tracks. I like the fusion of genres too. It's mostly speed metal, but it incorporates industrial, hip hop, alt rock, and surprisingly breakbeat too, most prominently in "Eyeless." I do feel it goes too long. The most iconic tracks are in the first third, and there are plenty of highlights mixed later, but they tend to blur together unless you can pick out the ones that stand out. But even then can get tiresome for its 52ish minute length. Unfortunately, "Purity" is missing from some editions which is one of those highlights. I was a huge fan of the epic closer "Scissors" but I can see it's divisive among fans.

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Fri Jul 21 2023
1

There’s an episode of ALF where ALF unscrambles the radio signal for Air Force One and talks to President Reagan to try and convince him not to use nuclear bombs. ALF tells him, “I want to talk to you about your bombs,” and Reagan responds “Oh, again with the Bonzo movie?!?” [chef’s kiss] Amazing joke.

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Fri May 10 2024
5

I was 13 when this came out and it absolutely changed my musical trajectory. I had no idea music could sound like this and it opened my mind to a universe of non mainstream music that existed. This album still gets frequent play from me.

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Mon Feb 22 2021
4

I enjoyed this album much more than I thought I would. I'm not going to listen to it all the time but it is definitely appropriate for certain moods. Honestly, it really slapped. I haven't listened to enough metal for me to have many specific positive things to say about it but I enjoyed the riffs and the drummer is badass. Also some of the choruses had some nice melodies and even the screaming was cool and not over the top. Also I'm not sure how I feel about the rapping. Maybe it's cringeworthy but I thought it was kind of cool. Some of the songs (like Scissors) were a little much but I can at least see their appeal. Favorite Songs: Wait and Bleed, Surfacing, Spit It Out, Me Inside, Liberate, Prosthetics Least Favorite Song: Scissors (I think it's mostly because I haven't listened to enough metal to appreciate it), Eeyore Decent 8/10

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Sun Nov 14 2021
4

I saw Slipknot live when this came out and it was one of the most fun gigs ever. At some point I got a foot long gash on my back in the pit, the decks were on fire and I had the best laugh ever - I came out a mess of sweat and beer. This album is great fun. I feel like they got more cohesive and better structured later on, but this is just all over the place and great fun. Eyeless, Spit It Out, Wait and Bleed. You cannot argue with that, can you?

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Fri Aug 12 2022
4

The whole thing, I think, is sick The first half of this still hits incredibly hard, Jordison's drumming is unmatched, and I have now had a flashback of singing Spit It Out at karaoke when I was about 15 so thanks for that Some of the soundscapes from the second half are eerie as hell and still leave a huge impression. The only real downside is that some of the rap-heavy stuff from the tail end seems quite derivative compared to the earlier songs, and some of the lyrics are quuuuite bad, but on the whole it is just a ferocious and unsettling sonic attack

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Fri Jun 09 2023
4

A sonic assault that embraces chaos and channels it into a potent force of metal music. The eerie samples, pounding drums, and distorted guitar riffs set the stage for the explosive onslaught that is Slipknot. The album's relentless energy and aggressive soundscapes showcase unparalleled ability to create a sonic landscape that reflects the chaos and intensity of the human psyche. Some highlights include, "Wait and Bleed" thag catapults you into a frenzy of piercing vocals, rapid-fire drumming, and sharp guitar work. The raw emotion and vulnerability in Corey Taylor's delivery make it a song worth listening to. "Surfacing" exemplifies the band's knack for crafting infectious, heavy-hitting hooks that leave an indelible mark on the listener's psyche. The combination of Sid Wilson's scratching and sampling with the pummeling percussion work of Joey Jordison creates an explosive and electrifying atmosphere. What sets "Slipknot" apart is the band's ability to seamlessly blend ferocious aggression with moments of melodic respite. "Scissors" stands out as a prime example, featuring haunting acoustic guitar passages that weave in and out of the brutal onslaught, displaying the band's musical versatility and depth. The atmospheric interludes, such as "Prosthetics" and "Eeyore," offer brief moments of reprieve amidst the chaos. This element works very well and makes the following drops hit even harder. Lyrically, "Slipknot" delves into themes of anger, frustration, and the darker aspects of the human psyche. Corey Taylor's raw and emotionally charged vocals bring these lyrics to life Production-wise, Ross Robinson's guidance ensured that each instrument had its place in the mix, creating a wall of sound that is simultaneously quite crushing and crystal clear. Slipknot's debut album solidified their position as pioneers and trailblazers with their raw energy, unflinching aggression, and fearless exploration of the human psyche.

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Thu May 23 2024
4

5/22/24. Very familiar with Slipknot and their biggest songs, so this will obviously be a little biased. Even though I don't listen to metal all the time, this album is great! Somewhat pioneers the nu-metal sound and Cory's vocals are top notch here.

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Sun May 12 2024
3

I bought this album when it came out after hearing Wait and Bleed on the radio. I listened to it for a while, but have since put it on the shelf for about 20 years. Occasionally a song or two would make it on a workout playlist, but I haven’t properly listened to it in a very long time. So, I have the benefit of familiarity, but also have fresh ears. In retrospect, listening now many years later, I find Slipknot to be a bit of a gimmick band with the costumes and multiple drummers. Maybe the best comparison, to me they are the Millennial version of Kiss - where people liked the music, but the schtick made them more popular than they maybe would have been otherwise. The percussion is a standout part of this album, but ultimately over the years, it feels a little over the top. I’d pick a standout single drummer over the multi-drummer spectacle every time. Also, it was only a year later that Mudvayne’s debut album came out, and I feel like that album has everything this album has, but with much better songwriting. My verdict on this one - it’s heavy, with cool percussion, and it stood out at the time it came out. But in the end, I find that it hasn’t held up well for me aside from a few standout tracks (Wait and Bleed, Spit It Out, Scissors)

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Thu Apr 13 2023
2

Some good elements. But also a bit shouty and angry. Not the happiest bunch.

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Wed Jan 10 2024
2

All the songs sound similar to me 😭

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Wed Apr 24 2024
2

Uh, they seem committed to this at least, even if it sounds like Limp Bizkit dialed up to 11. "Eeyore" is likely the peak of this genre, while "Wait and Bleed" hints at a more vulnerable side to their craft that might have paid dividends in later work. As it is, AARGGH DEATH MOTHERFUCKER

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Wed Apr 24 2024
2

Slipknot surprised me: the aesthetic and music repel me, but I’m impressed by how fleet-footed and varied it is. Dynamics, theatricality, and nuances of mood: there’s clear intelligence behind this. I think it’s awful, but well done!

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Fri May 17 2024
2

I'm not the biggest metal fan, but I 100% understand why this album is on the list. There is a surprising amount of influence from hip hop and electronic music. In fact, those influences seem to have led to the creation of NuMetal. This new sound is shown on Spit It Out. While there are spots of light on this album, it also has some cringeworthy lyrics The track list also starts to drag. Liberate was the last song that felt absolutely necessary. Almost every song after just feels repetitive or obnoxious. Best Songs: Eyeless, Spit It Out Worst Songs: Surfacing, Tattered & Torn, Scissors

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Wed Oct 11 2023
1

I made it through two songs but then realized that there was over an hour of this shite remaining so I pulled the plug. I don't think that I could have listened to this when I was an angsty teenager not to mention now when I'm a curmudgeonly old geezer.

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Mon Mar 25 2024
1

All I could think about while listening to this was how mortified I would be if ghosts exist and my ancestors are watching me and don’t realize that I’m listening to this as an assignment and not for pleasure. This is my desert island disc. I would rather starve to death on a desert island than ever listen to this again. This may end up being the lowest point of this entire endeavor for me.

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Mon May 27 2024
1

No. 186/1001 7426 NR (sic) 2/5 Eyeless 1/5 Wait and Bleed 2/5 Surfacing 2/5 Spit It Out 2/5 Tattered & Torn 1/5 Purity 2/5 Liberate 1/5 Prosthetics 1/5 No Life 2/5 Diluted 1/5 Only One 1/5 Scissors 1/5 Eeyore 1/5 Me Inside 2/5 Get This 1/5 Average: 1,48 Don't understand the appeal of this.

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Sun Feb 07 2021
5

Gosh...so many great memories...just absolutely love this album! Can‘t wait seeing them perform live again!

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Thu Mar 18 2021
5

Excellent album to run to! I loved it. It was also a nice change.

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Wed Feb 10 2021
5

Fucking great album. I didn’t know Slipknot was that old of a band but man they started out with a bang!

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Thu Mar 11 2021
5

Love this album. I have it on slime green vinyl. Was kinda surprised to see it on this list, but 🤷‍♂️

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Fri Jun 25 2021
5

Probably i could hated it years ago, but now i loved it

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Fri Sep 10 2021
5

I remember this being one of the first albums I ever got. And I was freaked the fuck out by it 😂 mental, scared me 😂. Prob influenced the metal and punk and garscore I got into in late teens. Listening back now its so good, prob gonna be a 5 for nostalgic value.

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Wed Sep 22 2021
5

Surprisingly many fillers on the album. Still a staple on evolution of metal.

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Fri Sep 24 2021
5

Громко, грязно, агрессивно. Род поездочку в метро самое оно

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Thu Nov 18 2021
5

A masterpiece. One of my favorite albums from one of the best metal bands.

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Sun Nov 28 2021
5

Im not trying to make it a theme (grading just things i already love a 5), but come on, this album is killer. I really do hope to find some hidden gems and things that inspire me, but this curb stomps the pixies. After listening again, still rocks but very glad Corey sang more on following albums. they improved with timd

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Wed Jan 26 2022
5

One of my favourite metal albums

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Sun Apr 24 2022
5

Ok this has already blown my mind. I'm not even 4 songs in. Why is this so much better than "All Hope Is Gone"?! 4 This is good noise :) Most unexpected 5 yet

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Fri Jun 03 2022
5

Love this album. I sometimes go long times without hearing any songs from this album, but whenever I do I immediately turn the album on. I never get tired of it.

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Mon Jun 13 2022
5

Didn’t really listen to these guys first time round, but loving the album. I like linkin park and some of the vibes are similar - particularly liked ‘surfacing’ a great one when working 😂 me inside and eyeless are another couple I liked

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Thu Jul 14 2022
5

undeniably important album. You can love Slipknot or hate Slipknot or just be over their whole schtick, but they helped bring Nu-Metal to the mainstream. Huge percussion, bottled anger, cool sound, best thing to come out of Iowa. Slipknot was and remains a gateway band into other types of heavy music, and for that all metalheads should thank them, whether or not you enjoy it. For me, This album will always be a nostalgia hit. || I think this album is more important to the list than 'All Hope is Gone' by far. but I won't criticize Slipknot having 2 albums when so many others have 5+ that feel unnecessary.

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Thu Jul 14 2022
5

Really good hard rock. This changed the game when it was released - I have grown to like it more since it’s original release. 4.5 and up!

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Thu Jul 14 2022
5

Well well well. Can't wait to hear what Stevie thinks of this album. Deep in the heart of Iowa, 9 boys decided to shred and scream and wear insane masks. People were scared of these guys at the time, maybe some still are, as no one knows what they look like. Except that we do now, especially with lead singer Corey Taylor, who also did a stint with Stone Sour, and drummer Joey Jordison who is up there as one of the best drummers of all time. While this wasn't the first album of Slipknots I listened to, it is one of my favorites. A very interesting blend of thrash metal and rap, but more Limp Bizkit type beats. But that's what you get when you have 9 people playing different instruments including metal trash cans. Almost every single song as a unique as the members of the band and back in freshman year of high school this was one of my go to albums for pump up music while working out and running track. These songs will get you moving. Fav Songs: (Sic), Eyeless (the chorus of this song was a line one of the band members heard while they were in LA from a homeless person), Wait and Bleed, Surfacing (vivid memories of listening to this just before running the 100 yd dash), Spit It Out (metal rap, some wild lyrics), Me Inside, Liberate, No Life, Diluted Extra credit if you listen to the deluxe version there is a song called Purity that was about a serial killer who had buried a girl alive in a box, I believe that was in Iowa too but not sure. Also Snap (Demo).

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Mon Aug 01 2022
5

Sorry haters. this still slaps

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Fri Aug 26 2022
5

Yeeah goed boos album. Maar heel goed gegroeid denk ik. Als ze dat nu zoduen uitbrengen zou het ook goed onthaalde worden denk ik

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Wed Sep 21 2022
5

Spanning multiple metal genres, this album is heavily percussive and sample-filled, giving it a creepy, industrial sound. Joey Jordison's blast beats and Corey Taylor's vocal delivery give the album its chaotic, almost frenetic feel. The lyrics are sometimes morbid, often desperate, and generally misanthropic. This album is both incredibly heavy and melodic at the same time, and I struggle to sit still while listening to it. Although it's not my favorite Slipknot album, it's an obvious 5 from me and still gets regular play around here.

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Wed Oct 19 2022
5

Absolutely brilliant, heavy as hell and twice as loud. They are also the loudest band I have ever seen live. Wait and Bleed woke me each morning for years, on a CD alarm clock, which fairly gets the day started right!

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Fri Dec 02 2022
5

a true classic, a product of its time. 5.

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Fri Dec 23 2022
5

Year 1999, Slipknot are ready to drop a bomb in the metal world, bringing an innovative, agressive, angry and energetic sound. Corey Taylor directly proves he was an incredible singer by sometimes blasting raw and growling vocals and other times super clean and emotive ones. Joey Jordison shows his machine skills and the adhesion of members like Shawn Crahan was putting on a hell of a show. It's not a perfect album, but it's certainly an important and outstanding one.

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Fri Dec 23 2022
5

Outstanding album. Must have been quite the blast when it came out and the best was yet to come.

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Fri Jan 27 2023
5

Slipknot is one of my favorite bands, and listening to this brought back a lot of great memories. I definitely can understand why this kind of music isn't for everyone, but I love it.

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Mon Jan 30 2023
5

10/10 - Where has this been my whole life

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Wed Feb 22 2023
5

Veel mensen hebben een hekel aan Slipknot, maar ik vind het geweldig. Slipknot (specifiek de track 'Wait and Bleed') was voor mij de gateway naar de wat hardere muziek. Snoeihard, toch nog muzikaal (Corey Taylor is een geweldige zanger, Joey Jordison was een geweldige drummer) en vreemd genoeg is het met vlagen nog catchy ook. Zoveel goede tracks.

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Thu Mar 16 2023
5

Sooo good. Such a fucking banger, the whole album

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Fri Mar 17 2023
5

One of my all time favourites, such raw aggression

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Sun Aug 27 2023
5

Best album they've ever made

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Sun Sep 10 2023
5

Yes I was the child of a divorce. Yes I have a step-dad who was/is cool as hell but I was angsty when this came out. Yes I loved Korn at the time. And yes. I first heard this record at my job, and I am not kidding, at my job at Blockbuster Video the same year I graduated High School. And Yes. I FUCKING LOVE THIS RECORD.

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Thu Jun 15 2023
5

не будет объективной оценки рос под такое, под такое умру

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Thu Nov 23 2023
5

What can I say? I am a fan of Slipknot and this self-titled album was spot on what I wanted to hear. This metal album was aggressive, heavy, and full of rage. I liked every song on this album and I am definitely going to listen to it again in the future. A must-listen for any metalhead! Favorite Song(s): "Wait and Bleed", "Spit It Out", "Eyeless"

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Mon Nov 27 2023
5

742617000027 - 7/10 (sic) - 10/10 Eyeless - 10/10 Wait and Bleed - 9/10 Surfacing - 9/10 Spit It Out - 9/10 Tattered & Torn - 9/10 Purity - 9/10 Liberate - 9/10 Prosthetics - 9/10 No Life - 9/10 Diluted - 9/10 Only One - 9/10 Scissors - 9/10 Eeyore - 9/10 Me Inside - 9/10 Get This - 9/10 TOTAL - 153/170

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Wed Dec 13 2023
5

A fuckin classic. So many good tracks here.

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Sun Dec 31 2023
5

Groundbreaking and Revolutionary Nu-Metal album by a Legendary Band. ‘Nuff Said.

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Fri Jan 05 2024
5

Punching you in the guts with this iconic self titled debut studio album. Slipknot really burst onto the scene with this album that still holds its own over 20 years later. Full of the hard hitting drumming that Metal is famous for - layered with guitars, samples and melodic lyrics make for an amazing album. Whilst it may not be everyone's cup of tea, in the right circumstance at a live gig you could probably turn a few people over to the dark side. Best: Wait & Bleed Worst: Scissors Note: The 10th Anniversary album was the only one available on Spotify, I only listened to the first 17 tracks.

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Wed Feb 07 2024
5

Great drums. Goes on a little too long

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Wed Feb 14 2024
5

Being an Iowan this is the first time actually listening to Slipknot. Of course everyone knew Wait and Bleed but there are other tracks on this album that still showcase the talent this band has. This is some great metal.

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Fri Feb 23 2024
5

I really love the first side of this album, so much that this is an instant 5 stars for me, even though the second side is a bit weaker. Listening to this for the first time in a few years reminded me how much I love the start, particularly the drums and the Slayer-esque compositions. I was almost surprised by the second half as I couldn't really remember it at all from my habit of just listening to side one.

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Thu Feb 29 2024
5

Great debut album. Shreds all the way through.

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Thu Mar 28 2024
5

This is one of those albums that has defined "the other kids" musical taste in 2000s. Their visual style and, at the time, unprecedented wild riffs, vocals and seven different drummers or so were just enticing for everyone included. This albums started it all, but I'm pretty sure it was Iowa that perfected it and got my attention as well. Nevertheless, record really close to my heart, even though I preferred different bands at the time.

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Mon Apr 01 2024
5

A conveyor belt of absolute slaps. That said, it really could do with a better mix. For as good as the drums are, they sound like they're recorded from a mile away on an iphone.

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Thu Apr 25 2024
5

Call me a cond but this was thoroughly enjoyable.

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Fri Apr 26 2024
5

Never really listened to Slipknot, wish I did because damn this was a fantastic album. At times reminded me of SoaD but angrier. It is a long but the time flew by and found myself wanting more when it was done. This is going on the metal playlist for sure. 10/10

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Mon Apr 29 2024
5

This is one of those albums where I can’t tell what the lyrics are most of the time, but the vocals are more of another instrument. I do like the more melodic parts which pop up periodically

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Mon May 06 2024
5

Loved it in middle school and I still love it now. I’m probably biased because of nostalgia

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Fri May 24 2024
5

Stupid loud fun, sometimes it's all I want. Great energy, impossible not to headbang Somewhat related: Yesterday I saw a girl who was about 8-10 years old wearing a Cannibal Corpse logo T-shirt. Hope it's her dad's sense of humour and not a randomly picked one

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Fri Jun 14 2024
5

I got into Slipknot a few years ago - this album is excellent. This album defined the metal genre in the late 90s/early 2000s. So much drums, chaotic guitars, Corey's screams, there's just so much on this. 5/5 great to mosh to.

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