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#1
Whats the largest collection you have from one artist? I have 62 Grateful Dead Albums, including Dicks Picks (all of them now) and Bootlegs.



There's a screenshot. I also have around 40 Allman Brothers Recordings, including Live Recordings As Well.


P.S. - Not sure if this has been done before, searched and i couldnt find a similar thread, but sorry if its not original.
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#2
I don't really think bootlegs should count towards the main score for a group. Especially if people who aren't fans of certain groups are at a disadvantage, such as those not into the dead, what with availability of bootlegs and all.

I do have a few of my own, but I never count those in.

So the most I have in official albums by anyone is 24 albums/27 discs of Rush.
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#5
Mattefuller, he means albums, not songs.

I think I have about 15 ozzy albums lying around? Then over ten albums of Led Zep, King Crimson, and Jethro Tull each. I think those are my highest album counts.

My Zappa collection will get up there though... someday...
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Shouldn't a collection consist of things that aren't just downloaded from p2p programs?
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Shouldn't a collection consist of things that aren't just downloaded from p2p programs?

I work at a vintage record shop called vintage vinyl, and we obviously sell cds as well since we'd be out of business nowadays, I get everything for next to nothing.
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#13
Most definately Led Zeppelin...ruffly 400 tracks for them. I need more.

I have quite a few Dylan vinyls and CDs.
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I have all but three AC/DC C.D.s. I got all the Bon ones, b ut hate Brian Johnson too much to get the whole discography. I also have three D.V.D.s and the original Australian vynal, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. Mostly my collection is varied over many artists, but I used to be quite determined AC/DC was the best band ever. Maybe they were up until Bon died.
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#16
I have every single CD, live album and DVD Rush ever released.

As well as five concert ticket stubs.
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7 pink floyd albums
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I've got all of the AC/DC albums (17), all of the Beatles (13), and all but one of Led Zeppelin (11, and the one I'm missing is Song Remains The Same).
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#19
- All Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers albums, including Petty's solo albums
-All The Doors Albums
-All Neil Young Albums (up until the 80s)
-Most ELO albums
-Most Led Zeppelin
- All Jimi Hendrix Experience (I have yet to get Band of Gypsys and Cry of Love?)
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- All Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers albums, including Petty's solo albums
-All The Doors Albums
-All Neil Young Albums (up until the 80s)
-Most ELO albums
-Most Led Zeppelin
- All Jimi Hendrix Experience (I have yet to get Band of Gypsys and Cry of Love?)

Do you have Other Voices and Full Circle?
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#21
32 Who Albums - CD Format
12 Who Albums - Vinyl

And my favorite, 2 Ticket Stubs
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Whats the largest collection you have from one artist? I have 62 Grateful Dead Albums, including Dicks Picks (all of them now) and Bootlegs.



There's a screenshot. I also have around 40 Allman Brothers Recordings, including Live Recordings As Well.


P.S. - Not sure if this has been done before, searched and i couldnt find a similar thread, but sorry if its not original.

Do you have Dicks Picks 26?

And also, do you have that Allman Brothers recording from Stony Brook 9/19/71 I think the date is... it has Blue Sky on it with Duane.
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If I had my dads old vinyls back then I would post...


My cousin took them like three years a go(before I got into classic rock)and I have been waiting to get them back awhile now.
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18 Bob Dylan CDs
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#30
I have all of AC/DC's albums (including live cd's) and concert dvd's except for the Australian released dirty deeds.
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Pink Floyd related: I've got everything Floyd put out, besides Relics and A Collection of Great Dance Songs, and the tracks from Zabriskie Point. Actually, now that I think of it, I don't think I have the CD versions of Pulse or Delicate Sound of Thunder...I lost them when I lost my hard drive data. I have Pulse, Pompeii, and Waters in the Flesh on DVD. I have all three of Gilmour's solo albums, and Roger Waters' Amused to Death and the Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking.

19 Rush CDs, 3 DVDs.

20 Stones CDs, plus the Early Singles collection, and probably a CD or two I extra that I don't even know about. Plus I've got some Stones on vinyl also. I've got some Keith Richards solo too, if I remember correctly.

15 Aerosmith CDs, including a CD of unreleased tracks. I'm also in the process of getting Classics Live I and II. Plus Rockin' the Joint Live CD/DVD and You Gotta Move CD/DVD. I also have Joe Perry's self titled solo CD, and all three Joe Perry Project CDs.

11 Neil Young CDs, 8 Neil Young and Crazy Horse CDs = 19 total. Plus the Greendale DVD, Heart of Gold DVD, and Rust Never Sleeps Live DVD.

8 Petty and the Heartbreakers CDs, all three of Petty's solo CDs = 11 total. Plus Pack Up the Plantation: Live! on CD and VCR tape, High Grass Dogs (I think that's the name of it) Live DVD, and a 6 CD box set with a bunch of unreleased songs.
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#32
i have more beatles songs than you have dead songs, but i think yours add up to more time, seeing as the avg beatles song is 2-3 min.
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#33
my collection is pretty sad cause my LP's and 8-Tracks out weigh my cd's but..

8 pink floyd
7 beatles
7 Van Halen
6 Queen
6 ZZ Top
5 Deep Purple
5 Who
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Do you have Dicks Picks 26?

And also, do you have that Allman Brothers recording from Stony Brook 9/19/71 I think the date is... it has Blue Sky on it with Duane.

I have Dicks Picks 26 on vinyl only, and nope I havent been able to find Stony Brook, but I havent really looked for it very hard though.

EDIT - After looking at your phish avatar, I have 87 different phish albums, i can send you any of them you want just pm me. Didnt originally post about phish since they arent classic rock.
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Do you have Other Voices and Full Circle?

yes I do.
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Pink Floyd related: I've got everything Floyd put out, besides Relics and A Collection of Great Dance Songs, and the tracks from Zabriskie Point. Actually, now that I think of it, I don't think I have the CD versions of Pulse or Delicate Sound of Thunder...I lost them when I lost my hard drive data. I have Pulse, Pompeii, and Waters in the Flesh on DVD. I have all three of Gilmour's solo albums, and Roger Waters' Amused to Death and the Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking.

19 Rush CDs, 3 DVDs.

20 Stones CDs, plus the Early Singles collection, and probably a CD or two I extra that I don't even know about. Plus I've got some Stones on vinyl also. I've got some Keith Richards solo too, if I remember correctly.

15 Aerosmith CDs, including a CD of unreleased tracks. I'm also in the process of getting Classics Live I and II. Plus Rockin' the Joint Live CD/DVD and You Gotta Move CD/DVD. I also have Joe Perry's self titled solo CD, and all three Joe Perry Project CDs.

11 Neil Young CDs, 8 Neil Young and Crazy Horse CDs = 19 total. Plus the Greendale DVD, Heart of Gold DVD, and Rust Never Sleeps Live DVD.

8 Petty and the Heartbreakers CDs, all three of Petty's solo CDs = 11 total. Plus Pack Up the Plantation: Live! on CD and VCR tape, High Grass Dogs (I think that's the name of it) Live DVD, and a 6 CD box set with a bunch of unreleased songs.

When you die and need to pass on all your cds(and vinyls) remeber me.
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#37
It would have to be Aerosmith.

29 albums, including Quadraphonic mixes of Toys In The Attic and Rocks.

For the 'extras', I also have 3 Tribute To Aerosmith albums, the Whitford St. Holmes album, 4 Joe Perry Project albums (his 3 albums plus the 'Best Of JPP'), Joe Perry's solo CD, and somewhere around 350 Aerosmith bootlegs, including audio and DVD. Oh, and then their DVD releases (You Gotta Move, The Making Of Pump), VHS (Big Ones You Can Look At), and 2 12" records, Toys and Rocks.


And around 20-25 Deep Purple releases, 17 George Harrison, 30-35 Rolling Stones, 20-25 Yes.
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#38
Every Bob Dylan album ever released, included the bootleg series, greatest hits, live etc.....
#39
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When you die and need to pass on all your cds(and vinyls) remeber me.
heh, I didn't even include all the vinyl I (my dad) has But anyway, I'll keep you in mind

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And also, do you have that Allman Brothers recording from Stony Brook 9/19/71 I think the date is... it has Blue Sky on it with Duane.
that would be 1971-09-16.

futurejp, I want that Whitford St. Holmes album. Some bootlegs would be nice also I already have your AIM screenname.
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#40
14 Hendrix (no greatest hits!)
12 Zeppelin
11 Rolling Stones
17 Beatles

ahhh good stuff!
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