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Which band put out the most albums where nearly all the songs were amazing?

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Old 11-07-2017, 06:44 PM   #1
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Which band put out the most albums where nearly all the songs were amazing?

In your opinion?
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Old 11-07-2017, 08:24 PM   #2
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Number 1 Album of all time...

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon.
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Not my favorite of all time, but it fits the criteria of really good songs all on one album

Steely Dan

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Old 11-07-2017, 09:10 PM   #4
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Chicago also comes to mind, but they has a few greatest hits albums in there


Eagles too
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The Stones.
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Frank Zappa produced 51-52 albums in his life time. A true artist, not an entertainer. I have a lot of music that covers a few decades, 60's and into the 90's. I couldn't give you a favorite.
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My family portrait.
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Tell me you're in the middle....but what I can't figure out is if your wife is to your right or left...









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I can listen to any AC/DC song from any of their albums and enjoy it...RIP Malcolm
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I'm on the left, my dad center, and my cousin on the right.
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Don't know why, but I've been listening to a lot of Rush and Kansas lately.
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Aaahh Rush, love the live recording of Working Man on I think it is on "All the Worlds A Stage" album one of my favorites. Saw them several times in the 70's in Kansas City they put on a great show. I actually ran across and old concert ticket stub 2 weeks ago cleaning some stuff out that was in some old box of mine that I have apparently been toting around for 40 years that hasnt seen the light of day in at least 30 years, cost $6 for a Rush show in May of 1976 at Memorial Hall in Kansas City.
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^^^Funny, and weird!! I just pulled a box off a shelf in the garage and 2 stubs from the Vancouver show from the Roll the Bones tour fell out from under it!

My wife surprised me with the tickets for my birthday that year in '92, great album!
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