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Old 06-08-07, 08:51 AM
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Abbey Road - Beatles
Pet Sounds - Beach Boys
Who's Next - The Who
Old 06-08-07, 09:01 AM
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Neutral Milk Hotel: In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Radiohead: Ok Computer
3rd one is hard, probably Mirah: You think it's like this, but really it's like this. But if we go all time its probably In Utero (even though I haven't listened to it in years)
Old 06-08-07, 09:22 AM
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Hard to answer, here are top artists with their albums
Beatles: Abbey Road or Revolver
Dylan: Blood on The Tracks or Blonde on Blonde
The Who: Who's Next (my first album purchase in '72) or Live at Leeds

There are other albums that I played to death during certain phases of my life that might have a high play count but the above got and still get a steady rotation for my listening pleasure.

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Old 06-08-07, 09:41 AM
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Nine Inch Nails : Downward Spiral
Marilyn Manson : Antichrist Superstar
The White Stripes : Elephant
Old 06-08-07, 09:55 AM
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Blue October - Consent to Treatment
Social Distortion - White Lights, White Heat, White Trash
Sublime - 40 oz to Freedom
Old 06-08-07, 10:23 AM
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Bad Religion - Recipe For Hate
Jawbreaker - Dear You
Face to Face - Don't Turn Away
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first two are easy:

who's next - the who
bloodletting - concrete blonde

number three changes frequently, but lately it's been let it bleed from the stones
Old 06-08-07, 10:53 AM
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Mine:

1.) The Beatles- Abbey Road- I'm impressed by how many people listed this one. I think this will eventually overtake Sgt. Pepper in people's estimations. The incredible suite of "Golden Slumber>Carry That Weight>The End" still brings tears to my eyes. The whole disc is exploding with creativity.

2.) Bob Dylan- Love and Theft- Just incredible. Charlie Sexton's guitar work on this album is top notch.

3.) Bruce Springsteen- Born To Run- The Boss at his best.
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Originally Posted by Turd Ferguson
The incredible suite of "Golden Slumber>Carry That Weight>The End" still brings tears to my eyes.


Others have said it better- but the medley is a beautiful departing gift from The Beatles.
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Right now:

mewithoutYou: Brother, Sister
mewithoutYou: Catch For Us The Foxes
Arcade Fire: Neon Bible

All Time:
The Cure: Disintergration
R.E.M.: Automatic for the People
Smiths: Louder Than Bombs
Old 06-08-07, 12:18 PM
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The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust-Bowie
All The Young Dudes-Mott the Hoople
Old 06-08-07, 12:20 PM
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blink-182 - Enema Of The State

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Old 06-08-07, 01:42 PM
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1. "Astral Weeks" - Van Morrison
2. "The Band" - The Band
3. maybe Howlin' Wolf's "His Best" from Chess or Richard Thompson's "Shoot Out the Lights" or Django.
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Yeah, keep in mind, this covers almost 30 years of record listening (and I haven't really listened to these records in years - what with my ipod on random...)

- The Who: Quadorphenia
- Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street
- Ocean Colour Scene: Moseley Shoals
Old 06-08-07, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Talkin2Phil
Others have said it better- but the medley is a beautiful departing gift from The Beatles.
Amazing when you realize that was the original side 1, and side two would have opened with Come Together and ended with I Want You.
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Since I started listening to music these are probably the most played overall, not necessarily recently:

Danzig - s/t

Metallica - Master of Puppets

Pantera - Vulgar Display Of Power

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Old 06-08-07, 07:43 PM
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Tough one since I was only listening to bootleg Cure concert cd's for awhile, but I'll try.

The Cure - Galore
Weezer - Pinkerton
Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights
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Originally Posted by slop101
Yeah, keep in mind, this covers almost 30 years of record listening (and I haven't really listened to these records in years - what with my ipod on random...)

- The Who: Quadorphenia
- Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street
- Ocean Colour Scene: Moseley Shoals
All three would place somewhere in my top 20.
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Ani DiFranco - Knuckle Down
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
Elliott Smith - Live at the Black Cat in Washington DC from 4/17/98
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Originally Posted by wendersfan
All three would place somewhere in my top 20.

I figured you had good taste based on your user-name.

Here's three more album that I've listened to more times than I can count:

Jimi Hendrix: Axis: Bold as Love
Dinosaur jr: You're Living All Over Me
Small Faces: Ogden's Nut Gone Flake

Speaking of which, have you heard OCS's cover of SF's "Song of a Baker"?
It's fucking awesome!
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Man, talk about tough to call...

DIO - Holy Diver
KISS - Revenge
Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation

Could be in there if we're counting the total number of times I've played them...

AC/DC - Back in Black
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
KISS - Alive

There are probably another 20 or 30 that I've listened to just as much, but that defeats the point of the thread...
Old 06-09-07, 01:30 PM
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Jimmy Buffett: Boats, Beaches, Bars & Ballads

Alphaville: Forever Young

Joe Satriani: Flying In A Blue Dream
Old 06-11-07, 12:47 PM
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U2 - Achtung Baby
My favorite U2 album from start to finish. Hands down. Also my favorite album ever.

Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
I love the length & grandeur of this album. Makes for awesome long drives over the mountains.

Pearl Jam - Vs.
My fav PJ album. Another that makes for awesome long drivers over the mountains!
Old 06-11-07, 03:31 PM
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30 odd years worth of collecting x too many choices x too many CDs/LPs = can't even hazard a guess.
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Beck: Mutations
Belly: Star
Talking Heads: Stop Making Sense

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