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    You can use this if you want.

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    was hoping it would stack them like a real collage...guess that's asking too much.
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    Well, I guess you can tell I was born in the late 70's, grew up in the 80's, and came of age in the 90's :


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    I redid mine to show the album names and what not. The link will blow it up bigger.

    http://collage.topsters.net/?id=2644...8602c32ba3cde0

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    I couldn't get mine to post for some reason. I'll try again later, but there was a lot of Beatles and 90s music (Oasis, Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Pearl Jam). I took it as what CDs have I worn out in my life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    I couldn't get mine to post for some reason. I'll try again later, but there was a lot of Beatles and 90s music (Oasis, Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Pearl Jam). I took it as what CDs have I worn out in my life.
    Yeah I did the same thing. The only thing I deviated on was the Marilyn Manson album I picked. I wore out Antichrist Superstat, but I thought Pale Emperor was the better culmination of his career which was spotty at best. I would have put Definitely Maybe in there if I didn't get sucked into Oasis with Whats the Story Morning Glory. I was kind of all over the place with my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Yeah I did the same thing. The only thing I deviated on was the Marilyn Manson album I picked. I wore out Antichrist Superstat, but I thought Pale Emperor was the better culmination of his career which was spotty at best. I would have put Definitely Maybe in there if I didn't get sucked into Oasis with Whats the Story Morning Glory. I was kind of all over the place with my list.
    I have no shame. There were three Oasis albums on it. What's the Story was the first one I listened to, but I love Definitely Maybe (Slide Away is probably my favorite song on that album) and Be Here Now in all its excess and extravagance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    I was kind of all over the place with my list.
    Same here, and i kind of cheated on a couple because they were greatest hits albums instead of regular albums. But it is funny looking at my list and seeing Napalm Death and Prince in the same group. But, i like what i like and it crosses a lot of genres. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    I have no shame. There were three Oasis albums on it. What's the Story was the first one I listened to, but I love Definitely Maybe (Slide Away is probably my favorite song on that album) and Be Here Now in all its excess and extravagance.
    Yeah the first 3 albums from Oasis are definitely in my top 20. I was going to put my last 5 but it would have just been more Oasis and Smashing Pumpkins stuff. They dominate my iPod playlists.

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    The first 3 SP albums are excellent. But they started to lose me after that when D'arcy and Iha started to depart the band.

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    I think the only 2000s album on mine is Eric Church's Mr. Misunderstoof. That album is so good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    I couldn't get mine to post for some reason. I'll try again later, but there was a lot of Beatles and 90s music (Oasis, Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Pearl Jam). I took it as what CDs have I worn out in my life.
    Inexplicably, I left out Beatles, Zep, and Stones, three of the bands I have listened to the most. Doors too. Except for the Beatles, I listened mostly to compilations and I didn't want to put that, but I should have. I'll have to live with my misrepresentation of the Beatles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Inexplicably, I left out Beatles, Zep, and Stones, three of the bands I have listened to the most. Doors too. Except for the Beatles, I listened mostly to compilations and I didn't want to put that, but I should have. I'll have to live with my misrepresentation of the Beatles.
    I think it's fair to say The 1s Beatles compilation is one of the great albums of all time. It's all there. That said, I'm an album guy so I love Let It Be, Abbey Road and the White Album. My favorite Zep albums (and they're on there) are III and IV.
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    Do Greatest Hit's albums count?

    I wouldn't even know where to start, other than the following in random order (other than Rumors/The Dance):

    Fleetwood Mac - Rumors (or The Dance)
    BoDeans - Joe Dirt Car
    Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits
    Bob Seger - Live Bullet
    Beatles - 1
    Rolling Stones - any album, but their greatest hits covers the main songs
    Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water (or greatest hits)
    Stevie Wonder - Songs In The Key Of Life
    Prince - Purple Rain
    John Denver - Greatest Hits

    I'm sure there's more, but that's off the top of my head.

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