What artist do you have the most LP's of in your collection?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Chrome_Head, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. ernie11

    ernie11 Forum Resident

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    Philadelphia
    Beatles, followed by Beatles solo. After that, Sinatra and Jimi Hendrix.
     
  2. EddieMann

    EddieMann Forum Resident

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    Geneva, IL. USA.
    Beatles and solo hands down. If I'm allowed to count duplicates, boots, and units in boxes I'm sure its around 300.
     
  3. Tanx

    Tanx Forum Resident

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    Washington, DC
    Bowie by a long shot. After that, the Replacements, counting all the 12 inches, interview discs, etc.
     
  4. notesofachord

    notesofachord Forum Resident

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    Utah's Dixie
    Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass 13

    It's hard to resist picking up minty copies at the thrift store.
     
  5. Chrome_Head

    Chrome_Head Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Los Angeles, CA.
    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.
     
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  6. Luvtemps

    Luvtemps Forum Resident

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    Didn't we already answer this one...well-The Temptations-35LP'S.
     
  7. Chrome_Head

    Chrome_Head Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Couldn't find the thread, at least the way I searched with variations on my wording.
     
  8. Folloni

    Folloni Well-Known Member

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    Curitiba, Brasil
    Ramones and Sex Pistols
     
  9. Szeppelin75

    Szeppelin75 Forum Resident

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    Panama
    Miles Davis
    Rolling Stones
    Santana
    Pink Floyd
    Ruben Blades
    AC/DC
     
  10. the pope ondine

    the pope ondine Forum Resident

    my collection is ummmm problematic.....not by choice but in terms of quantity its probably Barbra Streisand. not that I don't love babs....
     
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  11. monte4

    monte4 Well-Known Member

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    Ontario Canada
    Van Morrison 22 lp's
     
  12. The Killer

    The Killer Forum Resident

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    Oxfordshire
    Did you buy them all by accident?
     
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  13. CCrider92

    CCrider92 Forum Resident

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    Cape Cod, MA
    Beatles and the CSNY axis of them solo and in all their different rock formations including Buffalo Springfield and The Byrds
     
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  14. thoutah

    thoutah Forum Resident

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    SF Bay Area
    Haven't we done one of these before?

    For me it would be, in this order (counting 12" singles and EPs):

    The Smiths
    The Cure
    The Go-Betweens
    Siouxsie and the Banshees
    Cocteau Twins
     
  15. Mrpinky

    Mrpinky New Member

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    Italy
    Pink Floyd... of course
     
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  16. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Quite a few times...
    And every variation of :laugh:
    And of course he didn't specify if this was vinyl only.
     
  17. Rick H.

    Rick H. Forum Resident

    Elvis by far.
     
  18. Man at C&A

    Man at C&A Forum Resident

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    England
    Beatles
    Queen
    Bowie
    Dylan
    Neil Young
    Peggy Lee
    T.Rex
    Byrds

    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.
     
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  19. MonkeysCantSwing

    MonkeysCantSwing Active Member

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    Gothenburg, Sweden
    Slade 58
    Neil 26
    Bob 22
     
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  20. Summer of Malcontent

    Summer of Malcontent Forum Resident

    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.
     
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  21. Man at C&A

    Man at C&A Forum Resident

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    England
    58 Slade albums! Good work! The user name and avatar give it away I guess.

    How have you got so many?
     
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  22. bobc

    bobc Forum Resident

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    France
    Bob Dylan 46 vinyl albums, 42 CDs.
     
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  23. strummer101

    strummer101 Forum Resident

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    Lakewood OH
    The Kinks/Ray/Dave 31
    Lou Reed/VU 28
    Bowie 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
    Mekons 12

    CDs
     
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  24. strummer101

    strummer101 Forum Resident

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    Lakewood OH
    :edthumbs:
     
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  25. Jrr

    Jrr Forum Resident

    Bee Gees, all eras, and ABBA :hide:
     
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