10 Greatest Albums of All-Time

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    List in no particular order what you think are the 10 greatest albums of all-time.

    Feel free to critique those you find way out in left field for an all-time top ten list.

    Led Zeppelin 4 - Led Zeppelin
    Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin
    Back In Black - AC/DC
    A Love Supreme - John Coltrane
    Are You Experienced - Jimi Hendrix
    Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
    The Wall - Pink Floyd
    Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
    Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan
    King of the Delta Blues Singers - Robert Johnson
     
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    My favorite Miles Davis album is "Tribute to Jack Johnson" with "Right Off" being the best cut.

    But yeah, Led Zep (Whom I saw at the L.A. Forum in 1977) Physical Graffiti is their best.
     
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    But

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    There is no John Lee Hooker on your list! What kind of Top 10 Best anything to do with music does NOT have JLH? Ridiculous!
     
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    1. Wish you were here ~ Pink Floyd
    2. Zepplin IV ~ Led Zepplin
    3 Back in Black ~ AC/DC
    4. Appetite for Destruction ~ Guns-n-Roses
    5. Agents of Fortune ~ Blue Oyster Cult
    6. Paranoid ~ Black Sabbath
    7. Dark Side of the Moon ~ Pink Floyd
    8. Who's Next ~ The Who
    9. Zepplin II ~ Led Zepplin
    10. Screaming for Vengeance ~ Judas Priest
     
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    Rock albums -
    Paranoid - Black Sabbath
    Abbey Road - The Beatles
    Animals - Pink Floyd
    Let it Bleed - Rolling Stones
    The Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden
    Holy Diver - Dio
    Rust in Peace - Megadeth
    Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin
    Blizzard of Oz - Ozzy Osbourne
    Sonic Brew -Black Label Society


    Just a start.....
     
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    That whole album was a guitar-playing masterpiece. A guitar lober's wet dream. Great riffs and solos.
     
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    I'm not saying that this is my favorite album, but my parents played this album to death when I was a kid. I bet that over the years, they bought at least a dozen copies. It was reported that she was John F. Kennedy's favorite female singer. I'm more of a 60's and 70's acid rock fan. Of course, I was a teenager in California in the 60's. I just thought I would mention this album simply because of the aclaim. She was the Janis Joplin of the 30's and 40's.

    Judy Garland Live At Carnegie Hall

    Recorded live at her Carnegie Hall concert on April 23, 1961, is still considered by many to be the greatest night ever in the history of show business! This is one of the best-selling albums of all time. It was #1 in 1961, and won 5 Grammys. It ranked #9 for all of the 1960s - quite a feat considering the impact of rock music during that decade. As of 1990, it still ranked as the #29 all-time best-selling album. And - it's never been out of print!

    Judy at Carnegie Hall (Recorded Live and Complete)
     
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    More great METAL Albums

    Somewhere in Time - Iron Maiden
    Mob Rules - Black Sabbath
    And Justice for All - Metallica
    Toxicity - System of a Down
    Powerslave - Iron Maiden
    Ace of Spades - Motorhead
    Badmotorfinger - Soundgarden
    Cowboys from Hell - Pantera
    Appetite for Destruction - Guns and Roses
    Master of Puppets - Metallica
     
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    I hear you get a free purse with every order as well.....:lol:
     
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    I thought there would be more of those jokes by now.
     

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