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What album have you listeded to the most...

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  1. dlew919

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    Queen II.
    Then probably sheer heart attack.

    Santana’s amigos.

    blow by blow

    Clapton greatest hits.

    the brown album. The band that is.

    shotgun willie.
     
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    Probably Kiss: Alive! or Zep II.
     
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    Pink Floyd, Animals

    It's been my favorite album ever since I first heard it shortly after it came out. I've listened to it, on average, once a week ever since. In fact I've listened to it 3 times so far this week.
     
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  4. Sparky2

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    Over the years, I'd have to say it would be the original rock opera double-album Jesus Christ Superstar.

    With Ian Gillan, Murray Head, Yvonne Elliman and the rest.

    It gets to me.
    Especially at this time of the year.
    :(

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  5. gmann

    gmann Friend of Leo's

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    The Allman Bros Band LAFE
    Layla
    Los Lobos By The Light Of The Moon
     
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    Not sure which specific one, but would have to be one of the following:

    "Love You Live" and "Some Girls" by the Stones
    "Physical Graffiti" by Led Zeppelin
    "London Calling" by the Clash
    "Live Rust" by Neil Young
    "Back In Black" and "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC
     
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    I wore this out when It was released, learned every last note on it.

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    Equally worn out was Tim.

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    I really don't know. It could be any of these:

    Band on the Run - Wings
    Celebration - Kevin Borich Express
    Queen - Queen
    Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
     
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    Silk Degrees by Boz Scaggs. I first bought it in 1977, wore it out, had it cassette, same thing. Got it on download and cd now, I would not like to estimate how many times I have listened to it
     
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    I bet I could guess the age of every single person by the albums they name.
     
  11. Marc Morfei

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    There probably needs to be two categories: when you were a kid, and as an adult.
    When I was a kid: Led Zeppelin IV, Let it Bleed, Who's Next
    As an adult: The Band, Exile on Main Street, Bring the Family (John Hiatt)
     
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    Probably ABB at Fillmore East, the first CSN album, Blue, Rubber Soul, Harvest or Wish You Here.
    Hard to say as I haven’t listened to album in over 15 years when I got my first iPod. It’s been playlists and shuffled music!
     
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    Either one of these two would be at the top of my list. The Moody's were a staple on my turntable in college and Little Feat thereafter.


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    True. Also, now I usually don't listen to albums. I just have all kinds of songs that I stream. So while Phys Graf, Some Girls, Highway to Hell etc might have been in my most listened to albums ever... now I listen to a wide variety of stuff (including more stuff from the last 10-20 years) but not whole albums of anyone.
     
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    Bob Dylan - Planet Waves and Self Portrait
     
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    CSN&Y, Four way street,
    Styx The Grand Illusion
    Boston
    Van Halen’s first
    I can’t choose just one album, I’ve been fully absorbed for
    60 years. Different times in my life I was into different albums. The above is just the ones off the top of my head that are Rock & Roll.
     
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    Does anyone actually listen to albums these days?
    I get my music from Spotify on the phone and computer and I usually browse by Artist.
    I put it on shuffle and just listen for hours while I work remotely from home :)

    I have been listening mostly to Journey and Def Leopard lately :cool:



     
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    maybe this one...



    or reign in blood. it's a close call.
     
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    "Tony Rice Sings And Plays Bluegrass"

    Also, any Bluegrass Album Band recording.
     
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