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Andy S    9

First of all, to hear something called an "album" is refreshing. My kids and their friends consider the term album restricted to "that old vinyl stuff"!! I have to remind them that an album is a collection of things, whether it be photographs, poems, short stories or music. :wheelchai

Ah...but I digress!

A few of my Favs: (not in any particular order)

Todd Rundgren - Something, Anything

Peter Frampton - Frampton's Camel and Come Alive

Chicago - Live

Brian Setzer Orchestra - Dirty Boogie

There is also some Clapton stuff, recently got a Duke Robillard CD that features him doing stuff & styles of things that influenced his playing. Allman Brothers, old or newer version.

Hey, gotta go, work calls! :whip:

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Huggy49    0

"Dogman" by King's X.

Led to an interesting (well, perhaps not) discussion with a friend of mine on "The best run of 6 songs ever put on vinyl/cd/wax cylinder/etc." We ended up with the six songs on Physical Graffiti that starts with "Custard Pie."

The first six songs on "Dogman" would have won out, except for "Flies and Blue Skies" stuck in there.

Most underrated songs ever: "The Rover" by Zeppelin, which is criminally undersaturated in our collective ears, and "Pretend" or "We Were Born to be Loved" by King's X.

Most overrated? Well, we've all got our opinions about that. Mine might get me killed, so I'll keep it to myself for now. After all, this is the sort of thing that can kill a political career.

-Gary.

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peterm    0

Robert Johnson - The Complete Recordings

After that well.... Nah it would take too long :D

How about latest purchase

Billy Bragg and Wilco - Mermaid Avenue. :yeahhh:

Cheers

Peter

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MoonShine    0

Real tought isn't it Sus....

Since I bought my first album back in the the 60's which was CCR's Cosmos Factory, there have been a dozen or so I literally wore out enough to buy the new record album or cassette again and again lol.

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Jim    0

The White Album and Abbey Road - The Beatles

Exile on Main Street - Rolling Stones

Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan

Comes a Time - Neil Young

Eat a Peach - Allman Brothers

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Stratrat    0

Some of my favs have already been named in other peoples' lists:

Frampton Comes Alive - Peter Frampton

Alive! - Kiss

Toys in the Attic - Aerosmith

Heart - Heart

Boston - Boston

IV (Zoso, Runes, whatever) - Led Zeppelin

Brooks & Dunn - Hillbilly Deluxe

Friends - Larry Carlton

Van Halen - Van Halen

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John

B-52's - B-52's

The Cars & Candy-O - The Cars

Wicked Game - Chris Isaak

Cracked Rear View - Hootie & The Blowfish

On Through The Night - Def Leppard

Powder Keg - Guanabatz (any of you UK folks heard of them?)

That's a few. So many great albums over the years, it'd be hard to choose one as my absolute favorite.

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The Dude    0

ok, here i go:

led zeppelin 4

wish you were here - pink floyed

hysteria - def leppard

the ultimate experience - jimi hendrix

tenacious d - tenscious d

pick of destiny - tenacious d

van halen - van halen

the black parade - my chemical romance

led zeppeline 2 - led zeppeline 2

im sure theres more, but atm, i cant think of any

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All Zeppelin albums from 1 to Physical Graffiti.

Eagles - Hotel California

Black Sabbath - Master of reality

Judas Priest - Stained Class

Metallica - MAster of puppets

Pink Floyd - DSOTM

Rainbow - Long Live Rock 'N Roll

Deep Purple - In Rock

Beach Boys - Pet sounds

Joe Satriani - Surfing with the alien

Opeth - Ghost Reveries

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medic4ae    0

My favs would have to be;

Street Survivors- Lynyrd Skynyrd

Bridge of Sighs- Robin Trower

Mafia- Black Label Society

The Dance- Fleetwood Mac

Live At Monterey- Jimi Hendrix

Stand Still, Look Pretty- The Wreckers

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