I agree with RonH, British Steel is a pivotal moment in Metal and the band`s history. But take a look at my personal favorite SFV, that one , with mainly one song, broke them into the commercial side of music , but there are so many strong songs that still stand out on that record.SRV stands out because it made the non-metal fans take notice.
You could say that about any of their albums, everyone, all the way back to their beginnings , has a monumental song (or two) on it.
Just look at this list and think about the songs on these albums
Sad Wings of Destiny
Sin after Sin
Hell Bent for Leather
Point of Entry
Defenders of the Faith
Turbo(love it or hate it, it`s still monumental)
Ram it Down
Angel of Retribution
I left out British steel and Screaming for Vengeance since I have allready mentioned them. But there`s no denying that they have many jewels in their crowns that have built them into the Titans they are today! Edited at: Sunday, June 13, 2010 9:31:34 AM