What is the one album......

Gusboll

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.....that you know or estimate that you have listened to all the way through the most number of times (in any format); and why?

Mine; Frank Zappa - One Size Fits All.

My Gran's next door neighbour lent me the vinyl version in the late 70's which I taped and played and played until there was dust flying out of my Pye music centre.

I still play it (the CD) regularly to this day. The reason; probably the finest group of musicians ever to have graced a studio who can still, from start to finish, make a middle-aged bloke smile, cry, dance and wince!
 

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it's either Earth, Wind and Fire...... Live in Rio for the incredible horn section

or The very best of Talk Talk........ just because
 
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.....that you know or estimate that you have listened to all the way through the most number of times (in any format); and why?

Mine; Frank Zappa - One Size Fits All.

My Gran's next door neighbour lent me the vinyl version in the late 70's which I taped and played and played until there was dust flying out of my Pye music centre.

I still play it (the CD) regularly to this day. The reason; probably the finest group of musicians ever to have graced a studio who can still, from start to finish, make a middle-aged bloke smile, cry, dance and wince!

A number of them over the years: Bowie's 'Hunky Dory', Kinks 'Sunny Afternoon', The Hollies 'The other side of The Hollies', Crowded House 'Woodface'...
 
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Hmm, all time listen count is likely something like Slade, "Old, New, Borrowed and Blue" :O

That was a fave of mine but got smashed when the shelves fell on the "music Centre":doh:
 

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Difficult, as I have to choose between four albums (all Floyd). Guess "Wish You Were Here" would just shade it, but it's close!
 
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BT - movement in still life

Fleetwood Mac - Tango In the night

Could never part with either
 

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Quite surprised to see two BT albums in such a smal number of posts... :star:

Hard to tell. Over the past 20 years, it could be Nirvana's Nevermind.

Why? One of the guys in the store was playing it to death, and at the time, I really wasn't keen on it as it just sounded like noise to me, and at the time I wasn't really into anything noisy. Then one day it just hit me. All of a sudden, I realised it was a fantastic album. From that point, I played it to death too. I was suddenly a Nirvana fan. And then a month later he shot himself. Yup, I was a bit late!

I didn't stop playing it after that, and my cousin also got into it too. Admittedly I've not played it so much recently as I've been discovering new music, but I bought the album in it's 20th Anniversary guise on vinyl and CD, so I'll be rediscovering it in it's new form, orginial form, and unreleased alternative form. I have to say, the new remaster is pretty awesome.
 
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Two for me, simon & garfunkels ''Bridge over troubled water'', played the grooves flat as a teenager.

The second would be'' Let it bleed'' the stones best album i think, jagger & richards at their majestical best.
 

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I might have to alter my initial choise, as Ive just realized that Metallica..... Black Album is way in the lead.

Kirk Hammett....... rock guitar god.... >)

Closley followed by Porcupine tree ' deadwing and Orbital 2

oh boy this is rediculous,,, I havnt got a clue!,, :doh:
 

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On the Beach Neil Young

Even now I have to ration the playing of it but just love it from start to finish but I would think most played in its entirety would be Exile on Main St

BOF :rockout:
 

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