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Thursday 02 July 2009 - 16:08:13
1. Show No Mercy
Full-length, 1983
2. Live Undead
Live album, 1984
3. Hell Awaits
Full-length, 1985
4. Reign in Blood
Full-length, 1986
5. South of Heaven
Full-length, 1988
6. Seasons in The Abyss
Full-length, 1990
7. Decade of Aggression
Live album, 1991
8. Divine Intervention
Full-length, 1994
9. Undisputed Attitude
Full-length, 1996
10. Diabolus in Musica
Full-length, 1998
11. GOD Hates Us All
Full-length, 2001
12. Christ Illusion
Full-length, 2006

which album do u like the most of all? Only from full albums.
For me Hell Awaits and GOD Hates Us alll are the best.

P.s. their new single is out, so new album will come out soon, I hope!

Thursday 02 July 2009 - 16:45:14

citation :

5. South of Heaven
Full-length, 1988

There's mine right here.

Friday 03 July 2009 - 17:12:55
show no Mercy is irrefutably a masterpiece!!!!each time that i listen to it i always get the same feeling, i can never get bored of it!
the least that i could say is that it is impeccable!!!!
next comes Hell awaits!

Friday 03 July 2009 - 17:27:52
I completely agree with Xentrix86 .... For someone that doesnt like Megadeth she has a rather good taste 0 0 0

Sunday 05 July 2009 - 20:14:41
Show No Mercy or
Divine Intervention, they both Kick ass

Monday 06 July 2009 - 09:43:31
whole discography kicks ass:P

Monday 06 July 2009 - 15:39:25
show no Mercy is THE BEST!!!!

Monday 20 July 2009 - 00:34:23
Reign in Blood, South of Heaven, and GOD Hates us All.

Friday 16 October 2009 - 21:46:29
Seasons in The Abyss in my opinon is the best. It sure as Hell was alot better than what Metallica was shitting out during the 90's.

Friday 16 October 2009 - 22:09:30
this may seem like the obvious choice but Reign in Blood is my favorite, just listened to that album last night, it's probably THE most influential thrash album of all time, I consider it to have helped jumpstart the Florida Death Metal scene (Malevolent Creation along with Monstrosity have both covered tracks from Reign in Blood)