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You know what I'm talking about. The greatest albums in your collection. Some are from well known bands/musicians/sountracks, and others are obscure.

What are the greatest albums in your collection? The ones you can play from start to finish without having one of those "not this song!" moments.

List them here.

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My Led Zeppelin cds

My Bob Dylan cds

Harvest - Neil Young

Mona Bone Jakon - Cat Stevens

Get Yer Ya yas out - The Stones

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actually...to be honest I should probably name the albums that I don't listen from start to finish... :lol: It'd be shorter! :)

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Rolling Stones

-Beggars' Banquet

-Let It Bleed

-Get Yer Ya Yas Out

-Sticky Fingers

-Exile On Main St.

Aerosmtih

-Get Your Wings

-Toys In The Attic

-Rocks

-Draw The Line

Jimi Hendrix

-Are You Experienced

-Axis:Bold As Love

Johnny Cash

-at Folsom Prison

-at San Quentin

Pulp Fiction Soundtrack

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LZ

LZ II

LZ III

LZ Untitled 4th

LZ..Presence

Rush.. Moving Pictures

Yes ..Close to the Edge

Yes..Gates of Delerium

Deep ..Purple In Rock

Deep Purple...Machine head

Floyd...DSOTM

from the yop of my head

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First, I have to assume this is DEP from Worth - correct?

Bartman here. :lolo:

Immediately coming to mind are:

Zeppelin - Presence (every single note of this album is permanently burned into my synapses)

Tool - Undertow (This album is practically flawless in the progression of songs)

Aerosmith - Rocks (Last Child trailing into the sirens of the intro of Rats in the Cellar, Sick As A Dog fading into the ominous opening rumblings of Nobody's Fault, and the album ending with the wailing of Home Tonight. A VERY complete album.)

The Cult - Sonic Temple (this album is Zeppelin-esque in it's substance - Soul Asylum is epic, Sun King is the consummate leadoff track. This album is virtually the blueprint for hard rock perfection.)

That'll do for now.

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Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea

Slint - Spiderland

Sigur Ros - Takk

Pixies - Surfer Rosa

Jeff Buckley - Grace

Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse

Gentle Giant - Three Friends

Jethro Tull - Minstrel In the Gallery

Led Zeppelin - I

Between the Buried and Me - Between the Buried and Me

A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory

Dr Dre - The Chronic 2001

King Crimson - Red

Genesis - Trespass

The Clash - London Calling

Gravenhurst - Flashlight Sessions

Jason Webley - Only Just Beginning

Cypress Hill - Black Sunday

Ulver - Nattens Madrigal

Devin Townsend - Infinity

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Well, i moved my classical rock cd's to MP3, so i listen one day one artist (and don't stop to change the disc):

Led Zeppelin

Pink Floyd

Hendrix

Credence C...

Rush

Yes

Janis

Queen

Beatles

Stones

Black Sabbath

Deep Purple

Who

I also listen all:

Woodstock (thereal one, August 15 to august 18 1969)

Hair Soundtrack

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Well, i moved my classical rock cd's to MP3, so i listen one day one artist (and don't stop to change the disc):

Led Zeppelin

Pink Floyd

Hendrix

Credence C...

Rush

Yes

Janis

Queen

Beatles

Stones

Black Sabbath

Deep Purple

Who

I also listen all:

Woodstock (thereal one, August 15 to august 18 1969)

Hair Soundtrack

The Complete Studion Recoridings Led Zeppelin

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What are the greatest albums in your collection? The ones you can play from start to finish without having one of those "not this song!" moments.

List them here.

I have no idea what the "greatest" albums in my collection are but I do have some favorites I can listen to from beginning to end without skipping any songs.

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There is hardly an album in my collection that I don't listen to, from start to finish. Except maybe, double albums where I might often just listen to one disc separately.

I feel almost the same ... :thanku:

I hardly find an album that I can't absolutely listen from start to finish: probably there are songs that I don't listen but only "ear" ... :unsure:

well, ehm :whistling:, I've to say that I usually skip STH :rolleyes: (truely!)

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