Which album do you think sends the strongest message?


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CrowX


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Damm That's a hard one but i say ten thousand fists. :clown:

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The Sickness, it was the first albulm that told everybody that they dont fuck around.

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Ravensclaw


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there all good album but Ten Thousand Fists said i am unstoppable and i felt like it when i heard that album

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true I wonder what there next albulm is going to be , but we have to be patient they just came out with Indestructible.

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Believe to me sends the strongest message. Liberate your mind

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I have no clue every song has so much meaning to it so i just going to go with all of them.

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Ravensclaw


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last years was there new one so hopefully the end of next year will be there next kickass album

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Ten Thousand Fists sends a strong message of unity

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TheOneYouForsaken


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man this is like asking what type of air you like breathing but all the albums are awesome but which on I would call my favorite I would have to say Ten Thousand Fist either that or Indestructible both of those give you a feeling of power and strength

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S.M.F


Eye of the Storm
Knightfall wrote:Ten Thousand Fists sends a strong message of unity
Hell Yeah! The Guy

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Bowers


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the sickness as it showed you that its good to be differant and that you should be proud not to be like everyone else

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Oh hell that's a good question. If any, i'd probably have to say believe.

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DYLANPCRIDDLE


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Ten-Thousand fists definetly send the strongest message lyrically, but I think Believe sends the strongest message musically because of the raw emotion and intensity packed into the album.

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S.M.F


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Yeah it does.

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Zerstörer


Sickened
The Sickness is Disturbed's original album, and their success with it was the foundation for everything that followed. In answer to the actual question, though, it is the sum of all the different songs put together which really sends out the message. That and the fact that their members actually believe and practice themselves what they talk about - Individuality, not becoming standardized, and how it's okay if you aren't normal. It is these factors that make the message Disturbed sends so powerful, rather than any of its separate albums.

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