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hugeGBnutt
09-27-2000, 07:47 PM
Ok, you can only pick 7 albums that everyone should have in there collection(excluding Garth, hehe because of the lack of 'Garth' i added the Garthy number- 7;))....
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<br>my picks:
<br>--Achtung Baby(U2)
<br>--Born In The U.S.A.(Bruce Springsteen)
<br>--The Joshua Tree(U2)
<br>--Greatest Hits Volume 1 & 2(Billy Joel)
<br>--Bringing Down The Horse(The Wallflowers)
<br>--Yourself Or Someone Like You(Matchbox Twenty)
<br>--Before These Crowded Streets(Dave Matthews Band)
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<br>aRiN

hugeGBnutt
09-27-2000, 07:49 PM
grrrr:mad:...ok, i screwed up(i'm not perfect afterall:rolleyes:;) j/k), the topic subject says 5 but it supposes to be 7!
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<br>aRi<P>(This message has been edited by hugeGBnutt)N

minnesotagbfan
09-28-2000, 01:41 AM
songbook-trisha yearwood
<br>emotion-martina mcbride
<br>#1s-mariah carey
<br>burn-jo dee messina
<br>something in the air-lila mccann
<br>live,laugh,love-clay walker
<br>mad season-matchbox twentyN

cybersadie
09-28-2000, 06:26 AM
This is cheating a little because a couple of them are greatest hits albums, but what can I do?
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<br>U2 "Joshua Tree"
<br>Nirvana "Nevermind"
<br>Bob Marley "Legend"
<br>Michael Jackson "Thriller"
<br>Madonna "Immaculate Collection"
<br>Sting "Fields of Gold"
<br>(are you sure I can't put "No Fences?", all right...)
<br>Dixie Chicks "Wide Open Spaces"
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<br>I know you said only 7 but these are my "close calls"
<br>cuz I wish you had said 10.
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<br>Aerosmith "Big Ones" (+ Walk This Way)
<br>Lynyrd Skynyrd "Then & Now"
<br>(still can't say "Fresh Horses," huh?)
<br>Marvin Gaye "What's Going On"
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<br>It's funny that you bring this up now. My friend, who is an aspiring music critic, and I had a long conversation about this last night. I think the conversation lasted for like, 4 hours. She would have added Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" and Fleetwood Mac "Rumors." N

Anonymous
09-28-2000, 04:40 PM
1. Kenny Chesney's Greatest Hits
<br>2. Dixie Chicks Fly
<br>3. Andy Griggs You Won't Ever Be Lonely
<br>4. The Wilkinsons Here and Now
<br>5. Tim McGraw Everywhere
<br>6. Jason Sellers A Matter of Time
<br>7. Craig Morgan Craig Morgan
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<br>If I could only have 7 albums these would be the ones.N

Pilgrim
09-29-2000, 02:36 PM
Mine would be...
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<br>1. Live 1975-85 (Bruce Springsteen)
<br>2. The River (Bruce Springsteen)
<br>3. Live! Live! Live! (Bryan Adams)
<br>4. Opium Fürs Volk (Die Toten Hosen)
<br>5. Stampede (Chris Ledoux)
<br>6. Simple man (Charlie Daniels Band)
<br>7. Unsterblich (Die Toten Hosen)
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<br>Brian:):):)N

major tom
09-29-2000, 08:47 PM
Yeah I'm old ;)
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<br>1. Bob Dylan - Live 1966
<br>2. Neil Young - Harvest
<br>3. David Bowie - Best of 1974-79
<br>4. Beatles - Anthology I
<br>5. Queen - Greatest hits
<br>6. Best of Bread
<br>7. Janis Ian - Greatest hits
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<br>KirstyN

enutts4gb
09-30-2000, 05:27 PM
In no particular order:
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<br>1. Yourself or Someone like You - Matchbox 20
<br>2. Centerfield - John Fogerty
<br>3. Greatest Hits - Micheal Learns to Rock (thanks Brian!! :) )
<br>4. Big Ones - Aerosmith
<br>5. Collective Soul - Collective Soul
<br>6. Dosage - Collective Soul
<br>7. Big Shiny Tunes 4 - Various Artists
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<br>Boy! That was the hardest list I have ever made. :eek: And there ain't no country on there either!! :eek:
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<br>Erin :)
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<br>N

Cheryl
09-30-2000, 11:20 PM
Excluding Garth, huh? hmmmm....ok, in no particular order:
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<br>1. Chris Gaines~Greatest Hits ;)
<br>2. Billy Joel~Greatest Hits 1 & 2
<br>3. The Eagles~Greatest Hits
<br>4. Journey~Greatest Hits
<br>5. Dixie Chicks~Fly
<br>6. Chris LeDoux~20 Greatest Hits
<br>7. Trisha Yearwood~Songbook<P>(This message has been edited by Cheryl)N

Lowell Miller
10-01-2000, 10:16 AM
Korn-korn
<br>Sublime-40oz to freedom
<br>Billy Joel~Greatest Hits 1 & 2
<br>Bad Religion- Recipe for...
<br>Kiss-Smashes, trashes and hits
<br>Ratt-83/93
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<br>N

Geoff
10-03-2000, 10:16 AM
My top 7 to have (w/o Garth)...
<br>1. Lila - Lila McCann
<br>2. Something in the Air - Lila McCann
<br>3. Strait Out of the Box - George Strait
<br>4. Greatest Hits 3 - Billy Joel
<br>5. Latest Greatest Straitest Hits - George Strait
<br>6. 20 Greatest Hits - Chris Ledoux
<br>7. The Marshal Mathers LP - Eminem N

tearin' it up
10-05-2000, 09:04 AM
18 til i die bryan adams
<br>on a day like today bryan adams
<br>a little south of sanity aerosmith
<br>shot full of love billy ray cyrus
<br>songs from an american movie everclear
<br>live at the greek jimmy page
<br>odelay beck
<br>N

t.m. fan
10-05-2000, 08:34 PM
Mine would be:
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<br>"Everywhere", Tim McGraw
<br>"Mad Season", Matchbox Twenty
<br>"One Step At A Time", George Strait
<br>"A Place In The Sun", Tim McGraw
<br>"Yourself Or Someone Like You", Matchbox 20
<br>"Not A Moment Too Soon", Tim McGraw
<br>"Carrying Your Love With Me", George Strait
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<br>This excludes all boxed sets and greatest hits as that would be cheating :) So hard to choose, but these are the 7 albums that have received the most spins in my cd player. And these are the albums that I can listen to front to back, back to front, inside out, and never get sick of them!N

Dancer
10-06-2000, 10:49 AM
My seven albums, not in any special order, are:
<br>1. Real Live Woman-Trisha Yearwood
<br>2. Songbook-Trisha Yearwood
<br>3. Listener Supported-Dave Matthews Band
<br>4. Double Live-Garth Brooks
<br>5. The Joshua Tree-U2
<br>6. Greatest Hits-Journey
<br>7. Classics in the Key of G-Kenny G
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<br> There are a lot more I could list, but it was only supposed to be seven. And anyways, I had to think hard enough already! :)N

Dancer
10-06-2000, 10:50 AM
My seven albums, not in any special order, are:
<br>1. Real Live Woman-Trisha Yearwood
<br>2. Songbook-Trisha Yearwood
<br>3. Listener Supported-Dave Matthews Band
<br>4. Double Live-Garth Brooks
<br>5. The Joshua Tree-U2
<br>6. Greatest Hits-Journey
<br>7. Classics in The Key of G-Kenny G
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<br> There are a lot more I could list, but it was only supposed to be seven. And anyways, I had to think hard enough already! :)N

Dancer
10-06-2000, 10:51 AM
My seven albums, not in any special order, are:
<br>1. Real Live Woman-Trisha Yearwood
<br>2. Songbook-Trisha Yearwood
<br>3. Listener Supported-Dave Matthews Band
<br>4. Double Live-Garth Brooks
<br>5. The Joshua Tree-U2
<br>6. Greatest Hits-Journey
<br>7. Classics in The Key of G-Kenny G
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<br> There are a lot more I could list, but it was only supposed to be seven. And anyways, I had to think hard enough already! :)N

cybersadie
10-06-2000, 10:58 AM
t.m. fan : I'm a big cheater :eek: :P LOL
<br>Wanted to say I think it's really cool that U2 is making lotsa lists. And also that I changed my mind about "Fields of Gold" Instead, I'd like to choose "Synchronicity" (in part, so I could be less of a cheater).<P>(This message has been edited by cybersadie)N

Garth2Gaines
10-06-2000, 05:04 PM
5) Supernatural~dc Talk
<br>4) So Far, So Good~Bryan Adams
<br>3) Musical Chairs~Hootie & the Blowfish
<br>2) Mad Season~Matchbox Twenty
<br>1) New Miserable Experience~gin blossoms
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<br>That's my top 5, not includind Garth.
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<br>dwayneN