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Well, they sure haven't produced them in the order I would have. I currently prefer DVD-A. I know that there are ego issues with some bands too, but if the Eagles can put it back together... Anyway, here's my list with probably few surprises.


Dark Side of the Moon (followed by anything through to The Wall)

Zeppelin (pick one, placing CODA and Presence last)

Frampton Comes Alive

Aerosmith (hmmm, start at Toys and work forward)

Rush Chronicles (I know that's cheating)

Van Halen (start at 1 and work forward)

Trower Live (then most anything)

Clapton Unplugged

Barenaked Ladies, Rock Spectacle

Mr. B and the Bird of Paradise Orchestra, Hallelujah Train (Live at The Ark - I was there. Yummy stuff!)
 

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1. The Beach Boys~Pet Sounds


2. R.E.O. Speedwagon~Greatest Hits


3. John Phillip Sousa~Greatest Marches


4. Jan Hammer~Miami Vice


5. The Electric Prunes~ I had too much to dream last night


6. The Amboy Dukes~Journey to the Center of your mind.


7. Creedence Clearwater Revival- Greatest Hits


8. Jan & Dean~Surf City


9. Booker T. & The MG's~Best of


10.The Hondells~Little Honda


11.The Ventures-Ventures in Space
 

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Wish you were here


ZZ Top


Led Zepplin 1 - 4


Van Halen


Talking Heads


Hendrix


The Who


Exile on Main Street


Bathing at Baxters
 

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Here's my top 10, in that order. From my favorite generes of music, rock/metal/alternative, oldies and country


Metallica - And Justice For All

Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory

Korn - Issues

System Of a Down - Toxicity

The Beach Boys - 20 Good Vibrations

The Beach Boys - Pet sounds

Creed - Weathered

Blink 182 - Take Your Pants off & Jacket

Alan Jackson - Drive

Brooks & Dunn - Stears and Stripes
 

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Allison Krause - "Forget About It"

Glenn Yarbrough - "The Lonely Things"

Sade - Anything she recorded

Merle Haggard - Greatest Hits I&II

John Williams - "Concerto D'Aranquez"

Laurindo Almeida - Greatest Hits
 

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Toad the Wet Sprocket - Dulcinea & Fear

Moby - Everything is Wrong

Pink Floyd - Echoes

Brian Eno - Music for Films

U2 - The Joshua Tree & Pop

BT - Movement in Still Life

AIR - Moon Safari

Radiohead - OK Computer
 

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An eclectic collection so far! Hey Matt, I "echo" your sentiment ;)
 

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I'm voting for Dark Side of the Moon, I have already purchased 6 different copies of this album on 3 different formats, why not another one?
 

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Led Zeppelin Greatest Hits

Alan Parsons "I Robot"

Sade Greatest Hits

Barbra Streisand "The Broadway Album"

Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon"

Sting - all of his recordings
 

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I Robot was one that I missed. Not sure what I would bump for that.

Surely there must be more...
 

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I'd like to hear some reggae...Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff...
 

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You'd better be wanting analogue recordings (i.e. old, generally) because the digital recordings of the last twenty or so years will not improve because of the lossy, lousy digital format they were recorded in to begin with.
 

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In NO particular order.......................


"Low" - David Bowie


"Hunky Dory" - David Bowie


"Sgt. Peppers" - The Beatles


"Meddle" - Pink Floyd


"Madman Across The Water" - Elton John


"Aenima" - Tool


"When I Look In Your Eyes" - Diana Krall


"Graceland" - Paul Simon


"Couldn't Stand The Weather" - SRV


"The Nightfly" - Donald Fagan
 

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To be honest, I am not yet familiar with what is presently available so some of these are probably already out there (therefore I will take the liberty of adding a few more than ten :))


Led Zeppelin - II, IV, Physical Graffitti


Pink Floyd - Dark Side, Wish You Were Here, The Wall


Dire Straits - Communique


The Cars - The Cars, Candy O


Joe Jackson - I'm the Man, Look Sharp!


The Who - Who's Next


Supertramp - Crime of the Century


The Clash - London Calling


Nirvana - Nevermind


Steve Forbert - Jackrabbit Slim


Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run, Darkness


Rolling Stones - Some Girls, Black & Blue
 

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Some of you guys are in luck..


These titles are already available on SACD:


Spyro Gyra "In Modern Times"

SRV "Couldn't Stand The Weather"

Roger Waters "In The Flesh Live"

Peter Tosh "Legalize It"


and coming soon to SACD:


22 Rolling Stones albums

Diana Krall "The Look of Love" and rumoured "When I Look In Your Eyes"


and Alan Parsons "I Robot" is available on 24/96 DAD from Classic Records.


Cheers,

Dave.
 

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Anyone interested in any new music here?

Say within the last 10 - 15 years.

Goodthing Movies aren't treated like this!

:mad:
 

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Talk Talk "The Colour of Spring"

Emmylou Harris "Wrecking Ball"

The Who "Who's Next"

Cowboy Junkies "The Caution Horses"

Willie Nelson "Teatro"

Talking Heads "Speaking in Tongues"

Lyle Lovett "Joshua Judges Ruth"

Sting "Nothing Like the Sun"

Miles Davis "Kind of Blue"

Diana Krall "Love Scenes"
 
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