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Re: The Album Top 100


Out of my stuff and in no specific order:

Fabulous Thunderbirds:
1) The Fabulous Thunderbirds
2) Tuff Enuff
3) What’s the Word

Jeff Healey Band:
4) Feel This
5) See the Light
6) Hell to Pay
7) Cover to Cover

Styx:
8) Styx II
9) Equinox
10) Pieces of Eight
11) Crystal Ball

Kansas:
12) Song For America
13) Masque
14) Leftoverture
15) Point of Know Return

DP:
16) Machine Head
17) Perfect Strangers
18) Bananas
19) Who Do We Think We Are

Buddy Guy:
20) Sweet Tea
21) I left My Blues in San Francisco

B.B King:
22) Singin’ The Blues
23) The Blues
24) Blues is King
25) Live in Cook County Jail

T-Bone Walker:
26) I get So Weary

Freddie King:
27) Burglar

Mofro:
28) Blackwater

Blue Oyester Cult:
29) Agents of Fortune
30) Curse of the Hidden Mirror
31) Spectres
32) Fire of Unknown Origin

Black Sabbath:
33) Heaven and Hell
34) Eternal Idol
35) Paranoid
36) Volume 2

Lynyrd Skynyrd:
37) One More From the Road
38) Vicious Cycle
39) Nuthing Fancy
40) Pronounced

Dream Theater:
41) Falling into Infinity
42) Metropolis
43) Awake
44) Train of Thought

Jimi Hendrix:
45) Band of Gypsies
46) Axis Bold as Love

Doors:
47) The Doors
48) LA Woman

Rainbow:
49) RB’s Rainbow
50) Rising
51) Down To Earth

Ozzy Osbourne:
52) Bark at the Moon
53) No More Tears
54) Blizzard of Ozz

Steve Morse Band:
55) The Introduction

Rush:
56) Moving Pictures

Led Zepplin:
57) IV

Pink Floyd:
58) The Division Bell
59) Darkside of the Moon

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble:
60) Texas Flood
61) In Step

Boston:
62) Boston
63) Don’t Look Back

Government Mule:
64) Government Mule

Gary Moore:
65) Corridors of Power

Thin Lizzy:
66) Fighting
67) Jailbreak

Ian Gillan:
68) Mr. Universe
69) Glory Road

Guns ‘n’ Roses:
70) Appetite for Destruction

Van Halen:
71) Van Halen
72) 1984

Wishbone Ash:
73) Argus
74) Bonafide

Metallica:
75) Black Album
76) Master of the Puppets

Yngwie:
77) Marching Out
78) Inspiration

Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush:
79) Live

Billy Joel:
80) Storm Front
81) Piano Man

Beatles:
82) Magical Mystery Tour
83) Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band
84) Help

Derek Sherinian:
85) Black Utopia

Demons & Wizards:
86) Demons & Wizards

Aerosmith:
87) Rocks
88) Toys in the Attic

Allman Brothers Band:
89) Hittin the Note
90) Allman Brothers Band
91) Eat a Peach

Vanilla Fudge:
92) Vanilla Fudge

Cream:
93) Disraeli Gears

UFO:
94) Lights Out
95) You Are Here

Ted Nugent:
96) Free For All

Damn Yankees:
97) Damn Yankees

Peter Frampton:
98) A Day in the Sun

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band:
99) Live On
100) Trouble Is

101 - George Harrison Brainwashed



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This should take forever but here goes

Deep Purple/ In Rock
Deep Purple/ Machine Head
Deep Purple/ Fireball
Deep Purple/ Stormbringer
Rainbow / Rising
Rainbow / Stranger in Us All
Rainbow / Live in Germany
Rainbow / Blackmores Rainbow
Blackmores Night / Fires at Midnight
Blackmores Night / Ghost of a Rose
Gillan / Japanese album with remaining Mr U
Gillan / Glory Road
Gillan / Future Shock
Gillan / Toolbox
Black Sabbath / Born Again
Black Sabbath / Paranoid
Whitesnake / Whitesnake
Whitesnake / Slide it in
Whitesnake / Love hunter
Captain Beyond / Captain Beyond
Captain Beyond / Sufficiently Breathless
Trapeze / Trapeze
Trapeze / Medusa
Tommy Bolin / Teaser
Gary Moore / Victims of the Future
Gary Moore / Coridoors of Power
Jon Lord / Before I Forget
Ashton Lord / First of the Big Bands
Satriani / Flying in a Blue Dream
Satriani / Surfing with the Alien
Satriani / Time Machine
Satriani / The Extremist
Warhorse / Warhorse
Warhorse / Red Sea
Tesla / Mechanical Resonance
Tesla / The Great Radio Controversy
Tesla / Psycotic Supper
Tesla / Bust a Nut
April Wine / Power Play
April Wine / Nature of the Beast
April Wine / Harder Faster
April Wine / Back to The Mansion
Autograph / Sign in Please
Autograph / Loud and Clear
Autograph / Thats the stuff
Autograph / Missing Pieces
Steve Plunket / My Attitude
Journey / Escape
Steve Perry / Street Talk
The Outfield / Play Deep
Survivor / Vital Signs
Survivor / Too Hot to Sleep
Guiffria / Guiffria
Guiffria / Silk and Steel
U2 / Achtung
Cinderella / Night Songs
Heart / Heart
Heart / Bad Animals
Janet Jackson / Rythtm Nation 1814
Paula Abdul / Forever Your girl
Shania Twain / Come on Over
Genesis / Genesis
Genesis / Abacab
Genesis / Invisible Touch
Phil Collins / No Jacket required
Foriegner / Agent Provocateur
Artful Dodger / Honor Among Thieves
Artful Dodger / Artful Dodger
Badfinger / Straight Up
Badfinger / No Dice
Angel / Angel
Free / Tons of Sobs
Audience / House on the Hill
Irish Coffee / Irish Coffee
Legs Diamond / A Diamond is a Hard Rock
Poobah / Let me in
Dragonwyck / Dragonwyck
Sir Lord Baltimore / Sir Lord Baltimore
Sir Lord Baltimore / Kingdom Come
Warlock / Triumph and Agony
Led Zeppelin / IV
Rush / Moving Pictures
AC/DC / Highway to Hell
AC/DC / Back in Black
Van Halen / Van Halen
Malmsteen / Odyssey
Scorpions / Blackout
Dio / Last in Line
Dio / Holy Diver
Ozzy / The Ultimate Sin
Helix / Back for another taste ( for one track ) ( can you tell I'm getting desperate )
Bad Company / 10 from 6
The Doors / The hits
The Sweet / Greatest hits
U2 / Greatest hits
Foriegner / The very Best and Beyond
Lynyrd Skynyrd / Hits
The Cars / Anthology just what I needed
Budgie / The Definitive Anthology
For # 100 can I take a boot, Glenn Hughes Welcome to the Lost World
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Deep Purple:
- In Rock
- Fireball
- Machine Head
- Burn
- Stormbringer

Rainbow:
- RB's Rainbow
- Rising
- Long Live Rock'n Roll

Black Sabbath:
- Black Sabbath
- Paranoid
- Masters Of Reality

Led Zeppelin:
- I
- II

the Beatles:
- Rubber Soul
- Sgt. Pepper HCB
- Magical Mystery Tour
- White Album
- Abbey Road

Wishbone Ash:
- Argus

Pink Floyd:
- Meddle
- Atom Heart Mother
- Dark Side
- Wish You Were Here
- Animals

Judas Priest:
- British Steel

AC/DC:
- Highway To Hell

Bob Dylan:
- Another Side
- Bringing It All Back Home
- Highway 61
- Blonde On Blonde
- Slow Train Coming
- Time Out Of Mind

Hendrix:
- Are You Experienced
- Axis:Bold As Love
- Electric Ladyland

the Doors:
- The Doors
- Strange Days
- Morrison Hotel

Elton John:
- Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Miles Davis:
- Kind Of Blue

Dire Straits:
- Making Movies
- Love Over Gold

Bruce Springsteen:
- Nebraska

The Who:
- Whos' Next

Neil Young:
- Harvest


Oh well. Just 45 ones there. Lots are forgotten.

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 All studio - as I believe 'live' albums deserve their own category - and I'll try like hell to stick with the criteria for list compilation as laid out in the topic/thread starting post...

Deep Purple:
In Rock
Fireball
Machine Head
Who Do We Think We Are?

Rainbow:
Blackmore's Rainbow
Rainbow Rising
Long Live Rock 'n Roll

Whitesnake:
Snakebite
Love Hunter
Saints An' Sinners

Gillan:
Glory Road
Mr. Universe
Future Shock

Black Sabbath:
Paranoid
Master of Reality
Sabbotage
Heaven + Hell

The Doors:
The Doors
Strange Days
Morrison Hotel/Hard Rock Cafe
L.A. Woman

Aerosmith:
Aerosmith
Get Your Wings
Draw The Line

Yes:
The Yes Album
Fragile
Relayer
Going For The One

Led Zeppelin:
Led Zeppelin
II
Zoso
Physical Graffiti

Uriah Heep:
Look At Yourself
Demons + Wizards
The Magician's Birthday
Firefly

Emerson, Lake + Palmer:
Emerson, Lake + Palmer
Trilogy
Brain Salad Surgery
Black Moon

Grand Funk:
On Time
Survival
We're An American Band

Alice Cooper:
Love It To Death
Killer
School's Out
Billion Dollar Babies

George Thorogood:
Bad To The Bone
Maverick
Born To Be Bad
Haircut

Queen:
Queen
Queen II
Sheer Heart Attack

Pink Floyd:
Dark Side of The Moon
Wish You Were Here
Animals
The Wall

Frank Zappa:
Overnite Sensation
Apostophre
Shiek Yerbouti
Joe's Garage, ActI

Creedence Clearwater Revival:
Bayou Country
Green River
Willie + The Poor Boys
Cosmo's Factory

Ted Nugent:
Ted Nugent
Free For All
Cat Scratch Fever

Styx:
StyxII
Equinox
The Grand Illusion
Pieces of Eight

The Beatles:
'62 - '66 (compilation)
The Beatles aka The White Album
Abbey Road
Let It Be

James Gang:
Yer Album
Rides Again
Thirds

U2:
War
The Joshua Tree
Rattle + Hum (half live, I know, I know!)
Achtung Baby

Nazareth:
Hair of The Dog
Expect No Mercy

David Bowie:
Space Odditty
Diamond Dogs

Rolling Stones:
Hot Rocks (compilation)
Rewind (compilation)

Hollywood Nights/ Bob Seger
Ah Via Musicom/ Eric Johnson
Anthology/ Diana Ross + The Supremes
Still Got The Blues/ Gary Moore

Joe Satriani:
Flying In A Blue Dream
Surfing With The Alien

Robin Trower:
Twice Removed From Yesterday
Bridge Of Sighs

Bob Dylan:
Greatest Hits - Vol.I
Blood On The Tracks


















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Ed, you are a musically talented person. I've never doubted it, but if you can really distiguish one George Thorogood album from another, you're a bloody genious! emoticon
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Rezi wrote:

Ed, you are a musically talented person. I've never doubted it, but if you can really distiguish one George Thorogood album from another, you're a bloody genious! emoticon





 The irony of that is that I've heard the very same thing regarding us Deep Purple fans from people before, too. emoticon

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MrEd45 wrote:

quote:

Rezi wrote:

Ed, you are a musically talented person. I've never doubted it, but if you can really distiguish one George Thorogood album from another, you're a bloody genious! emoticon





 The irony of that is that I've heard the very same thing regarding us Deep Purple fans from people before, too. emoticon



The difference of course is that (apart from the Mk1 albums) the real difficulty with Thorogood albums is, which Hank Snow/Howlin' Wolf/Chuck Berry/John Lee Hooker/Hank Williams/etc./etc./ cover is on which album...

I do like some songs by Thorogood (I Drink Alone, Bad to the Bone...). But an album artist he is not, says the yoda writing this!

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I do like some songs by Thorogood... an album artist he is not, says the yoda writing this!





 Funnily enough, I agree with that statement that Thorogood's not really an 'album' artist. I would've been more comfortable just putting in "The Anthology" (a 2 cd set) for my Thorogood entry, but I was trying to stay with the 'spirit' of the thread and avoid compilations + anthologys as much as possible. If the 'rules' for compiling these lists are loosened up a bit regarding using compilations + anthologys, I'll be delighted to revise my list accordingly.

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Alice Cooper:
Love It To Death
Killer
School's Out
Billion Dollar Babies






Gotta love those early Cooper/Ezrin albums.
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