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Look What The Cat Dragged In - Poison

The Big Prize - Honeymoon Suite

Out Of The Cellar - Ratt

Brigade - Heart

Next Position Please - Cheap Trick

Heartbeat City - The Cars

The Best Of Both Worlds - Van Halen

Retrospectacle - The Supertramp Anthology

The Very Best Of - Eagles

Red, White & Crue - Motley Crue

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whats dmb?

Ohhhh dude you're missing out hahahah - it's the Dave Matthews Band... and DM is Dave Matthews' solo album. He's definately my main influence with regards to playing guitar. Well, him and Tommy Emmanuel. But don't get me wrong...if it was a top 20, 30 or 40 there'd be bands and artists like Counting crows, At the drive-in and Mars Volta, Crash test dummies,Deep Purple, Beatles, coldplay, Eagles, the cure, Foo Fighters, Genesis, Jane's Addiction, Jeff buckley, Eric clapton and Cream, John Mayer, Sting, The Police, Roachford (Harder stuff), Tower of Power, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Who, Eric Bibb, Crowded House, INXS, Creedence, Timmy Reynolds, and a heap more... like Sum 41, Blink 182 and Matchbox 20! yeah they're so good hahahah. (a hint of sarcasm there) No but seriously, eat beef...

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Led Zeppelin - Box set

Nice! I was going to say all 9 Zep albums and Dark Side of The Moon. 8 more......

I agree. Stardust.

Page & Plant No Quarter

Robert Johnson complete recordings.

Bob Seger Live Bullet

No laughfter..... Kenny Rogers greatest hits.

Appetite For Destruction

Use Your Illusion 1

Use Your Illusion 2

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BB King - Live at Cook County Jail

Charles Ford Band - Charles Ford Band

Beatles - Abbey Road

Fleedwood Mac - Original Fleedwood Mac with Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer

Bugs Henderson - At Last

Rory Gallagher - Live Europe 74

New Riders of the Purple Sage - Adventures of Panama Red

Allman Bros - Live Fillmore East

Seldom Scene - Live at the Cellar Door

Danny Gaton - Redneck Jazz

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I wonder how different my answers are now from 20 years ago....and assuming that Greatest Hits albums are the coward's way out...

* King's X -- Dogman

* Led Zeppelin -- II

* AC/DC -- Powerage

* Beatles -- Sgt. Pepper's

* Rush -- Moving Pictures

* Led Zeppelin -- Physical Graffiti (Even if the only song on it was "The Rover".)

* King's X -- Faith Hope Love (Even if the only song on it was "WWBTBL".)

* Steely Dan -- Pretzel Logic

* King's X -- Gretchen Goes to Nebraska

* Mason Williams -- Hand Made

I was going to include DSOTM by Pink Floyd, but I think I'll be depressed enough, being stuck on an island and all.


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The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses

Uncle Tupelo - March

De La Soul - Three Feet High and Rising

The Jam - All Mod Cons

The Beatles - All of em

Bob Dylan - Desire

Bright Eyes/Son Ambulance - Oh Holy Fools

David Bowie - Hunky Dory

Elliott Smith - Either/Or

Tindersticks - Tindersticks

..and the list could go on and on. I just love music:D

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Deja Vu

Neil Young - Comes a Time

Neil Young - Harvest

Slade - Slade Alive

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

Deep Purple - Made in Japan

The Who - Live at Leeds

Pink Floyd - Meddle (Echoes)

Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out

ZZ Top - Eliminator

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