Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Chrome_Head, Oct 12, 2017.
Beatles, followed by Beatles solo. After that, Sinatra and Jimi Hendrix.
Beatles and solo hands down. If I'm allowed to count duplicates, boots, and units in boxes I'm sure its around 300.
Bowie by a long shot. After that, the Replacements, counting all the 12 inches, interview discs, etc.
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 13
It's hard to resist picking up minty copies at the thrift store.
Good question--I'd say the ones I have that are pressed 45RPM (In Rainbows, Amnesiac, The King Of Limbs) sound the best, with In Rainbows in the lead.
Didn't we already answer this one...well-The Temptations-35LP'S.
Couldn't find the thread, at least the way I searched with variations on my wording.
Ramones and Sex Pistols
my collection is ummmm problematic.....not by choice but in terms of quantity its probably Barbra Streisand. not that I don't love babs....
Van Morrison 22 lp's
Did you buy them all by accident?
Beatles and the CSNY axis of them solo and in all their different rock formations including Buffalo Springfield and The Byrds
Haven't we done one of these before?
For me it would be, in this order (counting 12" singles and EPs):
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Pink Floyd... of course
Quite a few times...
And every variation of
And of course he didn't specify if this was vinyl only.
Elvis by far.
In around that order. Most of the Neil Young is on CD. Beatles are top as I have the mono box & originals. Queen I have all on vinyl and CD.
If you combine all of Robert Pollard's releases under various guises, I'd have more than 100 different albums by him, and more than 100 singles, EPs and other releases. I'm pretty sure Duke Ellington and Miles Davis would be over 100 too, though some of those are condensed / compiled into box sets, and with Duke especially, you're talking about dozens of discs of pre-album recordings, which I don't know why you wouldn't count.
58 Slade albums! Good work! The user name and avatar give it away I guess.
How have you got so many?
Bob Dylan 46 vinyl albums, 42 CDs.
The Kinks/Ray/Dave 31
Lou Reed/VU 28
Todd Rundgren/Utopia 26
King Crimson/Fripp 20
Mott the Hoople/Ian Hunter 18
The Clash/Strummer/Jones 16
Tom Waits 15
John Cale 12
Brian Eno 12
Bee Gees, all eras, and ABBA
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