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Old 07-23-02, 04:46 PM
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Which bands do you have every album by?

To make this easier:

The band has to have at least 3 albums.
When I say "album", I mean full length albums (not eps, demos, anthologies, etc.)

Here are some that I can think of:

Beastie Boys
Green Day
Rancid
Weezer
Citizen Fish (I think)

I'm guessing there are more, but that's all I can think of right now.
Old 07-23-02, 04:52 PM
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Hmmm.

Beastie Boys
Weezer
Modest Mouse
Radiohead
Stone Temple Pilots (Even though that new one is lame)
Presidents of the United States of America
Ugly Casanova
Old 07-23-02, 06:50 PM
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Without running to check my CDs (which I can't do right now)

Tori Amos
Nine Inch Nails
Garbage
Rob Zombie (includes White Zombie)
Sarah McLachlan
Live
Alice in Chains
Guns n' Roses
Marilyn Manson
Metallica

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Old 07-23-02, 07:18 PM
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Dave Mathews Band
Live
Green Day
Old 07-23-02, 07:33 PM
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Rush
KISS
The Doors
Hammerfall
Dead Kennedys

I also have "complete" (meaning before they fell apart and became a joke) collections of the following:

Black Sabbath - Everything through Seventh Star
Van Halen - Everything through 1984
Run DMC - Everything through Tougher than Leather

and

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Everything released when he was alive (not that the rest is all that bad, it's just that they're not real albums)
Old 07-23-02, 08:10 PM
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Alice in Chains
Beastie Boys
The Black Crowes
The Doors
Guns N' Roses
P.J. Harvey
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Jane's Addiciton (if Kettle Whistle doesn't count)
Led Zeppelin
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Liz Phair
Radiohead
Smashing Pumpkins
U2
Wilco

Think that's it--there's a few bands, like R.E.M., Prince, and Ben Harper, where I only have an album or two to go to have their whole catalogue.
Old 07-23-02, 08:31 PM
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Alice In Chains
Bush
Coal Chamber
Danzig
Deftones
Eminem
Garbage
KoRn
Limp Bizkit
Marilyn Manson
Misfits
Nirvana
No Doubt
Pantera
Pearl Jam
Silverchair
Staind
Tool
Type O Negative
Weezer
Old 07-23-02, 09:41 PM
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Ben Folds Five
Clutch
Deftones
DRI
Earth Crisis
Foo Fighters
Fu Manchu
Garbage
Incubus
Integrity
Iron Maiden
Karma to Burn
Korn
Kyuss
Misfits
Alanis Morissette
The Police
Jean Luc Ponty
Queens of the Stone Age
Martin Sexton
Slayer
The Sundays
Tool
White Zombie

Many others I have the majority of except for one or two releases: i.e.(New Metallica)

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nine inch nails
alice in chains
deftones
dream theater
incubus
mudvayne
opeth
sublime
staind
Chris Vrenna
System of a Down
tool
marilyn manson
metallica
pearl jam (I'm not counting the boots)
soundgarden
pink floyd
led zeppelin
les Claypool
black sabbath (ozzy years)
primus
dave matthews band
korn
radiohead
rage against the machine
smashing pumpkins


I think that is all.

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Old 07-23-02, 09:54 PM
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The Beatles
Paul McCarntey (solo)
Cheap Trick
Badfinger
The Raspberries
Fountains Of Wayne ( there's only 2)
Jellyfish ( again only 2)
The Replacements
The Posies
Matthew Sweet

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Nirvana
Korn
Burzum
Emperor
Metallica
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The Beatles
Bob Dylan (a whopping 40+)
Garbage
Pixies
The Jam
Bjork
Aimee Mann
Liz Phair
Weezer
Black Sabbath (ozzy era, the only one that counts!)
The Kinks (a whopping 30+)
Wilco
Smashing Pumpkins
Jimi Hendrix
Juliana Hatfield
Blake Babies
Misfits (Danzig era, the only one that's worth a damn!)
Elvis Costello
Big Star
The Go-Go's
Blondie
Beastie Boys

and probably more I can't think of...

-edit to add-

...Such as CCR, even their lame-ass "Mardi-Gras" album. Now that's a fan!

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Garbage
Radiohead
Nirvana
Dashboard Confessional
Weezer
Portishead
Tool
Our Lady Peace
Old 07-24-02, 04:50 AM
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Metllica
Day's of the New
Bush
Cash Money Records
Nas
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Rocket From The Crypt
Social Distortion
Nekromantix
The Quakes
Stray Cats
Toadies
Reverend Horton Heat


And a bunch of artists that I'm 1 or 2 CDs away from having a complete collection of.
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AC/DC (Bon only)
Black Sabbath (Ozzy only)
Led Zeppelin
UFO
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Rush
Garbage
Radiohead
Rob (White) Zombie
Stone Temple Pilots
Live
Led Zepplin
Tool
Rage against the machine
Old 07-24-02, 09:07 AM
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Pearl Jam (well except for all of the "bootlegs" but I'm close!)

Smashing Pumpkins

Nirvana

Jimi Hendrix

The Velvet Underground

Metallica

Foo Fighters

The Who (including out of print live cd's!)
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nin
korn
tool
limp bizkit
rob zombie
acumen nation
stabbing westward
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Radiohead
Wilco
The Doors
Pearl Jam
Son Volt
10,000 Maniacs
Whiskeytown
Kelly Willis
Lucinda Williams

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Off the top of my head...

Lyle Lovett
Robert Earl Keen
Beth Orton (ok, she only has 2, but the 3rd is out next week and I will buy it)
Cowboy Junkies
Nirvana
Lucinda Williams
Uncle Tupelo (maybe)
The Feelies
Camper Van Beethoven (I think)

I have an insane number of albums by Richard Thompson and Miles Davis, but each of them has way more albums out...
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British britpop band DUBSTAR:

Three albums
EP's
Singles
song off of "Shooting Fish" soundtrack
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Off the top of my head:

Van Halen
BNL
U2
Luscious Jackson
King's X
Ozzy
Phil Collins
Living Colour
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hmmm.. from memory..

Sarah McLachlan
Tori Amos
Garbage

I'm sure there are others, just can't recall at the moment.
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Hmmmm...

The Beatles
Smashing Pumpkins
Tori Amos
Radiohead
Bjork
Tool
Weezer
Garbage
Jeff Buckley (includes live album & Sketches...)
Faye Wong
The Chemical Brothers
Beck

......and some that I'm sure I forgot

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