Best 3 album run?

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  1. Ray29

    Ray29 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    listening this morning to The Yes Album, Fragile and Close to the Edge. Fantastic legendary run for Yes.

    Off top of my head I can think of Beatles Rubber Soul, Revolver and Sgt Peppers as similarly fantastic. Also King Crimson Larks Tongues, Starless and Bible Black and Red. Also Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet, Let it Bleed and Sticky Fingers. Black Sabbath self titled, Paranoid and Masters of Reality. David Bowie Man Who Sold the World, Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust. Led Zep IV, Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti.

    What else am I missing?
     
  2. DPK

    DPK Forum Resident

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    Guided by Voices- B000 thru UTBUTS
     
  3. savemenow

    savemenow Forum Resident

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    KINKS

    Are The VGPS
    Arthur
    Lola
     
  4. Ray29

    Ray29 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    I’d go Something Else, VGPS and Arthur. (I believe Percy disturbed the run)
     
  5. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business

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    Prince

    1999 through to Sign O the times

    That's 5 in a row
     
  6. KAJ1971

    KAJ1971 Forum Resident

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    Queen II - Sheer Heart Attack - A Night At The Opera.
     
  7. The Beatles from "Rubber Soul" onwards to the end... pick any 3 you care to ... greatest run ever... and what came before "Rubber Soul" is utterly amazing too.... greatest catalog ever...
     
  8. MHP

    MHP Forum Resident

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    Bowie 5 album run:
    Station To Station - Low - “Heroes” - Lodger - Scary Monsters.
    INYERFACE!
     
  9. Ray29

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    Also Neil Young’s Everybody Knows this is Nowhere, after the gold rush and Harvest. Changed from style to style but all excellent
     
  10. leudanielm

    leudanielm Well-Known Member

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    Led Zeppelin I, II, III. Iconic debut
     
  11. Spear and Magic Helmet

    Spear and Magic Helmet Forum Resident

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    For my money, not many bands have bested the upward trajectory of Radiohead during The Bends, OK Computer and Kid A period. You could even throw Amnesiac in there for a four album run. A very creatively fertile period for them.
     
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  12. richierichie

    richierichie Forum Resident






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  13. Ray29

    Ray29 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    A natural Hat Trick
     
  14. savemenow

    savemenow Forum Resident

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    Percy not released in US
     
  15. PCM7027

    PCM7027 Forum Resident

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    Sparks 1974-1975

    Kimono My House
    Propaganda
    Indiscreet
     
  16. Dellarigg

    Dellarigg Forum Resident

    Bruce:

    Darkness On The Edge Of Town, The River, Nebraska
     
  17. Monosterio

    Monosterio Forum Resident

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    Replacements
    Let It Be
    Tim
    Pleased to Meet Me

    Steely Dan
    Can’t Buy a Thrill
    Countdown to Ecstasy
    Pretzel Logic
    (or any three of their first six—since someone else will say it before long ;))

    Stevie Wonder
    Talking Book
    Innervisions
    Fulfillingness’ First Finale
    Songs in the Key of Life

    And my Bowie 3 would be “Hunky Dory,” “Ziggy” and “Aladdin Sane.”
     
  18. Great choice! I also never talk about his trilogy, I refer to the trilogy of part of his quintet/quintology/pentology, involving those 5!!!!!

    The link across that 5 being the Alomar-Murray-Davis backing band... equivalent to The Spiders from whatever planet, other than Mars...
     
  19. schnitzerphilip

    schnitzerphilip "Custom Title" Unlocked Award

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    Lenny Kravitz (Let Love Rule, Mama Said, Are You Gonna Go My Way).

    Oasis (Definitely Maybe, Morning Glory, + wealth of B Sides from both that were vastly superior to the released third album).

    REM (Green, Out Of Time, Automatic For The People).

    U2 (Unforgettable Fire, Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby).

    Coldplay (Parachutes, Rush Of Blood, X&Y).

    Police (Zenyatta Mondatta, Ghost In The Machine, Synchronicity).

    Billy Joel (The Stranger, 52nd Street, Glass Houses).

    Those are the streaks that immediately come to mind.
     
  20. SKATTERBRANE

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    Bringing It All Back Home
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Blonde On Blonde.
     
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  21. US Blues

    US Blues Undermining Consensus Reality

    GONG: The Radio Gnome Trilogy

    Flying Teapot
    Angel's Egg
    You
     
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  22. Yankeefan01

    Yankeefan01 Forum Resident

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    I prefer Born to Run, Darkness and The River. Don't get me wrong, Nebraska is great it's just my 3 just tell the story so to speak.
     
  23. RickH

    RickH Senior Member

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    Cheap Trick

    Cheap Trick
    In Color
    Heaven Tonight
     
  24. Bobby Morrow

    Bobby Morrow Forum Resident

    Billy Joel:

    The Stranger
    52nd Street
    Glass Houses

    ONJ:

    Totally Hot
    Xanadu (A soundtrack and she’s only on half of it, but I’m counting it)
    Physical

    Kate Bush:

    The Kick Inside
    Lionheart
    Never For Ever
     
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  25. murch

    murch Forum Resident

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    Creedence - Green River, Willy and the Poor Boys, Cosmo's Factory
     

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