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I have had many favorite albums of all time. Depends on what drugs I've been taking or what I've been drinking at any given time.



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gwlee7 wrote: I have had many favorite albums of all time. Depends on what drugs I've been taking or what I've been drinking at any given time.I use that same formula when rating my ex-wives.



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gwlee7 wrote: I have had many favorite albums of all time. Depends on what drugs I've been taking or what I've been drinking at any given time.

Bang!

Best answer, thus far.



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Pearl Jams's TEN. Every song is a number 1 single on it.

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WongLee wrote: I'll go with Who's Next. The reason being it has what is in my opinion the greatest rock song of all time in Won't Get Fooled Again. The rest of the album is absolutely brilliant.

Arguments will be made for Sgt. Pepper but to me the album is all over the place. No cohesion at all. Maudlin ballads mixed with drug crazed psychedelica with the obligatory Ringo song.

My personal pick because it's my favorite yet it wouldn't ever be considered in the top ten of all time or anything is Jailbreak by Thin Lizzy. A perfect album through and through. Coming in a close second is Powerage by AC/DC. No filler at all. Bon at the peak of his powers.

Powerage is an awesome choice, every single song is great.  



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For a while the greatest album of all time was Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath. It has also been Live at San Quinten by Johnny Cash, the soundtrack to the movie Honeysuckle Rose, Live from the Fillmore East by the Allman Bros., 461 Ocean Blvd. by Eric Clapton, The Cars by The Cars, and Caught in the Act by Grand Funk Railroad. Just depends on what was going on wih me at the time.



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Of course these are all personal preference....
Rush - Moving Pictures
Springsteen - Born to Run
GNR - Appetite
Who - Who's Next
Stones - Let it Bleed, Some Girls
Supertramp - Breakfast in America, Crime of the Century
Zeppelin IV
Floyd - DSOTM, Wish you were here
to me....all the above are albums with no weak songs.

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maybe add Blizzard of Ozz in there too. Great album top to bottom. Maiden, number of the Beast. Some Sabbath ones too. Probably stretching this too far now haha

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Four great (IMO)LPs from my childhood/teen years that have stuck with me:

Billy Joel- The Stranger
Fleetwood Mac- Rumours
Elton John- Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
ELO- Out of the Blue
Just thought of another
Carole King- Tapestry
 

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I'm very pleased for the support of Chicago Transit Authority!







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Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago II are up there for me. Chicago during the Terry Kath era is my probably my favorite U.S. band, with R.E.M. in second place.

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sportatorium roach wrote: Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago II are up there for me. Chicago during the Terry Kath era is my probably my favorite U.S. band, with R.E.M. in second place.I love all the old Chicago albums with Kath.  Probably the best underrated guitarist in history, and the only one that Hendrix said was better than he was.



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Married Jo wrote: Stones "Sticky Fingers"...
I was going to cheat and just say it is a four way ties for the Stones' albums Mick Taylor played on.  But I'll go with this one as well.



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AC/DC- Back In Black
Lynyrd Skynyrd- Second Helping
LZ-LZ IV
Tesla-The Great Radio Controversy(probably my fave)



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HBF wrote:
For Pop, it's Thriller by Michael Jackson.


One killer track and the rest was gash.  The most overrated disc in history.  Basically became famous because of zombie line-dancing - and also because no other Americans were making decent pop videos, so MTV seized on it like a desert traveller on a bottle of Stella.

In fact I would argue Thriller has had the most deleterious impact on music of almost any record ever.  Before then even boy bands were people like Duran Duran, who could write and play music.  Post-Thriller, labels gave up on even that modicum of talent, instead spending more and more on the visual image.  Milli Vanilli is a direct lineal descendant of the Thriller approach.

The greatest album, which I would not say is the best, is Sgt Pepper.  Because it changed people's perspective of what an album was.  Could be an argument for Pet Sounds, which I reckon is much better, but even though it inspired Sgt Pepper, it was not as much of a game-changer.



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