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Posted on May 21, 2014 02:53 pm
Over the years, rock domain has spawned a vast array of all-time classics, but what took matters to a new level were the double albums.
Due to massive lengths and occasionally overblown concepts, double efforts sometimes fell into the trap of sacrificing quality for the sake of concept, but those who overcame such obstacle were guaranteed a spot among rock titans. So without further ado, this week's Wednesday Question is:
What is the best double album in rock history?
The '70s easily stand out as the decade thriving with stunning double LPs, but the other decades had stuff to offer as well. There can only be one No. 1 though, and you get to chose it.
Same rules as always apply - only one suggestion per comment, vote up the ideas you support and vote down the ones you dislike. We'll sum up your votes by Friday and bring you another traditional UG Top 10. Let's do this, UG!