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Old 07-25-02, 02:32 PM
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Modest Mouse
Built to Spill
Radiohead

troystiffler - I don't think that Ugly Cassanova counts, considering they only have one album.

Soon to add to complete collections: Death Cab for Cutie, God Speed You Black Emperor, Pixies, and (some day - oh some sweet day) Sonic Youth.
Old 07-25-02, 02:45 PM
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Pearl Jam
Alice"N"Chains
Soundgarden
Nirvana
Korn
Tool
Rage Against the Machine
Eminem
2pac
Old 07-25-02, 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by conscience

Like the Beatles. I have a lot of the Beatles albums, but I don't have any of their "Greatest Hits" collections.
I tried to make it a point to exclude stuff like "greatest hits, eps, etc" as qualifying as an album.
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I've realized that I don't own a lot of "complete" collections. At least not compared to most of you. There are a lot of bands that I'm only missing a few by. For instance, I own like 10 Pink Floyd albums. I think I'm only missing Piper, More, Final Cut, & Ummagumma.

Then there are some bands who I don't like later stuff by. For instance I own the first 3 Clash albums plus Black Market and the box set, but I couldn't bring myself to buy the rest.

But even if I really like a band... I won't generally buy an album by that band if I think it sucks. However, I did try to buy every Operation Ivy bootleg and 7" despite the bad quality of some of it. In fact, I have followed Tim and Matt quite a bit. I have a few Rancid 7"'s, bootlegs, eps, etc.

anyway.
Old 07-25-02, 11:19 PM
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All albums AND singles:

Apoptygma Berzerk
Assemblage 23
Depeche Mode
De/vision (just got the "Lonely Day" MCD in the mail today, woohoo!!!)
Project Pitchfork
Recoil
VNV Nation

All albums:

Front 242
New Order
Pet Shop Boys
Pink Floyd

mllefoo and Grunter: Damnit, we need more synthpop threads!!

-matt
Old 07-26-02, 12:41 AM
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To the best of my knowledge (although CDs oft times tend to disappear):

Afghan Wigs
Alice in Chains
Angry Samoans
Bad Religion
Bauhaus
Camouflage
Clutch
Leonard Cohen
The Cult
The Cure
Dead Can Dance
Deftones
Depeche Mode
Descendents
Download
Face to Face
Faith No More
Front 242
Front Line Assembly
Fugazi
Helmet
Jane's Addiction
Joy Division
LeŠther Strip
Bob Marley and the Wailers
Ministry
The Mission U.K.
Peter Murphy
New Order
Nine Inch Nails
Nitzer Ebb
Pennywise
Pigface
Pixies
Project Pitchfork
Revolting Cocks
Rosetta Stone
Sisters of Mercy
Skinny Puppy
Sky Cries Mary
Social Distortion
Sonic Youth
Swans
Tear Garden
This Mortal Coil
Tool
Old 07-26-02, 12:49 AM
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Tori Amos
Julianna Hatfield/Blake Babies
Liz Phair
NIN
Kristen Hersh
Siouxsie and the Banshees/The Creatures
They Might Be Giants
Tortoise
Bjork
Sarah MacLachlan
Aphex Twin
His Name Is Alive
This Mortal Coil
Cocteau Twins
PJ Harvey
Concrete Blonde
Lisa Germano
Janis Joplin
Madonna
The White Stripes

...there's a few others I'm not sure of but these are the main ones...
Old 07-27-02, 03:52 PM
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Ben Folds Five
Dave Matthews Band
Guster
Pearl Jam
Radiohead
Sublime
Old 07-30-02, 10:51 AM
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pearl jam
radiohead
U2 (except greatest hits)
R.E.M.
Pixies
Beastie Boys
Mazzy Star
Soundgarden
Nirvana

loads with 2 albums...
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Tori Amos (not counting Y Kant Tori Read, since she doesn't count it)
Aphex Twin
Apoptygma Berzerk
The Beta Band
Boards of Canada
The Chemical Brothers
Chemlab
Clinic
Coil (have all of the offical CD releases, don't have any vinyl singles)
Cop Shoot Cop
Cubanate
The Dandy Warhols
DJ? Acucrack
Download
Econoline Crush
Faith No More
Filter
God Lives Underwater
godspeed you black emperor!
Gorillaz (they have 3 if you count the 2 remix albums)
PJ Harvey
Jane's Addiction
Joy Division (if having the box set of their complete career counts)
Kevorkian Death Cycle
KMFDM
Laika
Live
Living Colour
Love in Reverse
Machines of Loving Grace
The Magnetic Fields (and all of Stephin Merritt's other bands - Gothic Archies, 6ths, Future Bible Heroes, his solo soundtrack)
Marilyn Manson
Moby
Monster Magnet
Mouse on Mars
Nine Inch Nails
Nirvana
Nitzer Ebb
Our Lady Peace
Pearl Jam
Portishead
The Prodigy
Radiohead
Rammstein
R.E.M.
Skunk Anansie
The Smashing Pumpkins
Soundgarden
Stabbing Westward
Tool
Tricky
U2
VNV Nation
The White Stripes

I think that's all of 'em. There's several more than I'm one away from completing.
Old 07-31-02, 05:01 PM
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Are we counting Live and Greatest Hits albums, or just full studio albums? And are we talking actual "albums" or CDs?
Old 08-02-02, 04:30 AM
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pulp
sleeper
apples in stereo (including japan's gh title "sound effects" and all the eps)
radiohead (plus some singles)
sunny day real estate
cub
sleater-kinney
ani difranco
ash
the beta band
husker du
love and rockets
deathcab for cutie (and all-time quarterback)
eliot smith (and heatmiser)
guilded by voices
belle and sebastian (including all the eps, isobel campbell solo, and looper cds + 3 live bootlegs)
spiritualized (includes 3 versions of "Let it come down", the regular cd, the limited edition flap case, and the huge 12 cd box-set and two different versions of "Live at Albert Hall")
yo la tango
clinic
black flag
boards of canada
the donnas
jon spencer blues explosion
buffalo tom
tripping daisy
the murmurs
presidents of the u.s.a.
international noise conspiracy
trash can sinatras
cornelius
velocity girl
zumpano
wilco
modest mouse
built to spill
pedro the lion
imperial teen
the jayhawks
son volt
gin blossoms
marshall crenshaw
ween
red house painters
weezer (including all the eps, "hear you me" comp, and most of the import maxi-singles)
the rentals (plus import of "seven more minutes")
afghan whigs
toad the wet sprocket
red red meat
r.e.m. (including a large amount of maxi-singles)
sebadoh
superchunk
pavement
sugercubes / bjork
the white stripes
elvis costello
the hives (including eps)
super furry animals
gomez
rufus wainwright
ben folds five
goo goo dolls (not including any album after "a boy named goo")
meat puppets
urge overkill
L7
the pixies
the pogues
best kissers in the world
tom waits
nick cave
fountains of wayne

and I think that might be it.
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Alice in Chains (favorite band)
Beastie Boys
Cannibal Corpse
The Doors
Foo Fighters
Led Zeppelin
Metallica
NIN
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Rage Against the Machine
Slayer
The Smashing Pumpkins
Soundgarden

...and probably several that I am leaving out...
Old 08-05-02, 03:41 PM
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Kate Bush
Iron Maiden

Mark
Old 08-05-02, 06:38 PM
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Depeche Mode
The Beatles
Garbage
Guns N' Roses
Poe
Weezer
VU (no live stuff)
Stabbing Westward
The Doors
Faith No More
Old 08-09-02, 10:17 AM
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Off the top of my head I have every album by:

Joe Satriani
Steve Vai
Nirvana
Nada Surf
Nerf Herder
Midtown
Weezer
Dashboard Confessional

and pretty close to full sets on:
Metallica
Pink Floyd
Pantera
The Queers

As you can see, very eclectic, but that's the way I like it!!
Old 08-09-02, 07:02 PM
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White Zombie
Rob Zombie
Insane Clown Posse
Twiztid
KoRn (Don't ask me y? I just do - New one s#cks the big one. They sold out big time)
Vanilla Ice (V-Ice)
Pro-Pain
Metallica (although I refuse to buy any new stuff from them after they pulled that stunt with the infamous Napster)
Esham/Natas
Big Tymers
Old 08-09-02, 07:58 PM
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Since my favorite genre of music is rap, here are a list of rappers:

Eminem
Busta Rhymes
Biggie
Mystikal
Ludacris
Outkast

Just to name a few
Old 08-09-02, 08:22 PM
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The Clash
The Police
The Sex Pistols
Old 08-12-02, 10:48 PM
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U2
theThe
depehce mode
the cure
tears 4 fears
the smiths
new order
808st
fsol
electronic
Old 09-13-03, 03:27 PM
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The Beatles
Slick Shoes
The Get Up Kids
MxPx
Weezer
Stone Temple Pilots
Nirvana
Smashing Pumpkins
The White Stripes
U2
RADIOHEAD
Saves The Day

I'm sure there's more but I'm at work now.
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Wilco
Weezer
Led Zeppelin
Foo Fighters
Badly Drawn Boy


I'm damn close to having full sets of: Uncle Tupelo, Built To Spill, Polvo, Modest Mouse, Pavement and Pink Floyd.
Old 09-13-03, 09:03 PM
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weird..

no, not the fact that a year old thread is resurrected. the fact that i'm subscribed to it and I never posted to it. aww well, maybe I subscribed with the intent of going back and posting? who knows. anyways, might as well now.

here's a partial list [using DodgingCars' criteria]

Also, there are others that i've owned but converted to 320k mp3s and then sold to a used CD store -- such as the Police, Van Halen & Genesis.
  • Prince
  • Marc Anthony
  • Bjork
  • David Bowie
  • Bon Jovi
  • Toni Braxton
  • Jimmy Buffett
  • Mariah Carey
  • Larry Carlton
  • Chicago
  • Counting Crows
  • Phil Collins
  • the Cover Girls
  • Miles Davis
  • Dee-Lite
  • Def Leppard
  • Duran Duran
  • Earth, Wind & Fire
  • Enigma
  • Gloria Estefan
  • Eurythmics
  • Everything But the Girl
  • ExposÚ
  • the Family Stand
  • Foreplay
  • Garbage
  • Marvin Gaye
  • Paul Hardcastle
  • Hall & Oates
  • Billy Idol
  • La India
  • Janet Jackson
  • Michael Jackson
  • Billy Joel
  • Elton John
  • Journey
  • Lenny Kravitz
  • Lisa Lisa
  • Madonna
  • Bob Marley
  • Massive Attack
  • Dave Matthews Band
  • Maxwell
  • Sarah Mclachlan
  • Meat Loaf
  • George Michael
  • Moby
  • ChantÚ Moore
  • Alanis Morissette
  • No Doubt
  • Me'Shell NdegeOcello
  • Tito Nieves
  • Nine Inch Nails
  • Parliament/Funkadelic
  • Pet Shop Boys
  • Pizzicato Five
  • Portishead
  • Queen
  • Queensryche
  • R.E.M.
  • Sade
  • Saint Etienne
  • John Williams
  • Rod Stewart
  • Sting
  • Donna Summer
  • Tears For Fears
  • Toni Tony Tone
  • TLC
  • Stevie Wonder
  • U2
Old 09-13-03, 09:31 PM
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Big Audio Dynamite (Including the rare '92 Live NYC EP )
The Clash (Cut the Crap doesn't count I think)
The Doors
Guns 'N' Roses (Spaghetti Incident doesn't count!)
Led Zeppelin
Minor Threat
Pearl Jam
Sex Pistols
Smashing Pumpkins
Stone Temple Pilots
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Alice In Chains
Bone Thugs N Harmony
Bush
Dogg Pound
Doors
Eazy E
Eminem
Faith No More
Foo Fighters
Guns N Roses
Helmet
Korn
Kurupt
Mana
Megadeth
Metallica
Mr. Bungle
N.W.A.
Nirvana
No Doubt
Pearl Jam
Shakira
Silverchair
Smashing Pumpkins
Stone Temple Pilots
Tool
2PAC

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