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Subject: my top 100 albums

Written By: Billy_Florio on 11/13/02 at 07:05 p.m.

ok guys...I made this list for another website, but I decided to post it here too, and see what you think...its the top 100 albums according to me... there were some guidelines: this list, is just studio albums, it does not include Live albums (Wheels of fire, Frampton comes alive, Running On Empty), or greatest hits(endless summer, Kinks Kronicles, Springsteen greatest hits, Cream of Clapton) or compilations (Nuggets):
(PS: Thick as a Brick-Jethro Tull was almost put on here, lol)

100) Pious bird of good omen-Fleetwood mac
99) Music from Big pink-The Band
98) Blind faith-Blind faith
97) All that you cant leave behind-U2
96) Supernatural-Santana
95) Parallel lines-Blondie
94) Night at the opera-Queen
93) Eat a peach-Allman brothers
92) Automatic for the people-rem
91) 1984-Van Halen
90) Californication-RHCP
89) Synchronicity-The Police
88) Saturday night fever-Bee gees
87) Sports-Huey Lewis and the News
86) Get a grip-Aerosmith
85) Honky Chateau-Elton john
84) Gold-Ryan Adams
83) Chicago transit authority-Chicago
82) Blood on the tracks-Bob Dylan
81) Born to run-Bruce springsteen and the E street Band
80) Houses of the holy-Led Zeppelin
79) Déjà vu-CSN&Y
78) Ten-Pearl Jam
77) Stand!-Sly and the family Stone
76) Back in black-AC/DC
75) Is this it-Strokes
74) Workingman’s dead-Grateful dead
73) Blood sweat & Tears-Blood Sweat & Tears
72) Double Fantasy-John Lennon
71) Darkness on the edge of town-Bruce springsteen and the e street band
70) Every picture tells a story-Rod Stewart
69) Abraxas-Santana
68) Bookends-Simon and Garfunkel
67) Some girls-Rolling Stones
66) Magical mystery tour-Beatles
65) LA Women-The doors
64) Pronounced leh-nerd skin-erd-Lynyrd skynyrd
63) Moondance-Van Morrison
62) Fleetwood mac-Fleetwood mac
61) This years model-Elvis Costello
60) Pearl-Janis Joplin
59) Bat out of hell-Meatloaf
58) Slippery when wet-Bon Jovi
57) Appetite for destruction-GNR
56) Let it be-Beatles
55) Quadrophenia-The who
54) Tea for the tillerman-Cat Stevens
53) Madman across the water-Elton john
52) Aqualung-Jethro Tull
51) Cosmo’s Factory-CCR
50) Toys in the attic-Aerosmith
49) Boston-Boston
48) Layla and other assorted love songs-Derek and the Dominos
47) Beggars Banquet-Rolling Stones
46) Tapestry-Carole King
45) Revolver-Beatles
44) Tommy –The who
43) Sex machine-James Brown
42) Willy and the Poor boys-CCR
41) Nevermind-Nirvana
40) Rumors-Fleetwood mac
39) Hotel California-Eagles
38) Bridge over troubled waters-Simon and garfunkel
37) London Calling-The Clash
36) Thriller-Michael Jackson
35) Sweet Baby James-James Taylor
34) Slowhand-Eric Clapton
33) Disraeli gears-Cream
32) Achtung baby-U2
31) Blonde on blonde-Bob Dylan
30) Led Zeppelin-Led Zeppelin
29) The rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust-David Bowie
28) Electric ladyland-Jimi Hendrix
27) 52nd street-Billy Joel
26) The doors-The doors
25) The Joshua tree-U2
24) Physical Graffiti-Led Zeppelin
23) Goodbye Yellow brick road-Elton john
22) Sticky Fingers-Rolling Stones
21) Led Zeppelin III-Led ZEPPELIN
20) The Beatles (white album)-Beatles
19) Songs in the key of life-Stevie Wonder
18) The Wall-pink Floyd
17) Bringing it all back home-Bob Dylan
16) Born in the USA-Bruce Springsteen and the E street band
15) Led Zeppelin II-Led Zeppelin
14) Wish you were here-Pink Floyd
13) Rubber soul-Beatles
12) Truth-Jeff Beck group
11) Highway 61 revisited-Bob Dylan
10) What’s going on-Marvin Gaye
9) Aftermath-Rolling Stones
8) Zoso-Led Zeppelin
7) Are you experienced?-Jimi Hendrix experience
6) Pet sounds-Beach Boys
5) Sgt peppers-Beatles
4) Dark side of the moon-Pink Floyd
3) Who’s next-The who
2) The stranger-Billy Joel
1)Abby Road-Beatles


Subject: Re: my top 100 albums

Written By: lebeiw15 on 11/27/03 at 10:32 p.m.

Yeah, I just found this now, a whole year later.  Don't ask.  Anyway, that looks like a good list to me... do you OWN all of those albums?  I haven't heard of several of those, but the ones I've heard look like they deserve being on the list.  "Supernatural" could be higher, though...

Heck, after seeing this a year later, you'll probably want to redo this, lol.

Subject: Re: my top 100 albums

Written By: Billy_Florio on 11/28/03 at 06:55 p.m.

you want to know the worst thing.......about 3 months ago, I decided that this list was crap  and I want to redo it badly..theres so much that I left off its not funny...this is like a pop list more than a real album list...I dont understand how I missed stuff like Beck bogert and appice, Bo Diddley, My aim is true, Pinkerton, the queen is dead, graceland, relics, odelay etc etc etc.........

theres also a few that shouldnt be there.....All that you cant leave behind is a great album, but not top 100.....neither is californication.....or Supernatural.....or Gold, .....or 1984.....or magical mystery tour......

and where the hell is Child is the father to man?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!

Subject: Re: my top 100 albums

Written By: lebeiw15 on 11/28/03 at 10:43 p.m.

and where the hell is Child is the father to man?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!
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Don't ask me, you wrote the thing ;D