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Best double album ever?

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I don't really get this. Those are the choices, and what makes them special?

Almost seems like this is implying that they're the only groups that have done a double album.

Or do you actually mean double album as in records?

Not sure if records are even made at all anymore, a lot of bands I listen to put out double and triple CDs out almost every year.

I don't listen to or like any of them, so I didn't vote.

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Of those? The Wall.

It's a bit strange though, many of them fit on one CD (London Calling being a big one). The double / triple CD is much harder to pull off.

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As always, it comes down to tastes.

Of those listed I would choose The Wall but there are other choices for everyone. Personally, I would add Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness which is one of my favorites. The Wall is an awesome album and one that has passed the test of time.

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Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, Use Your Illusion I & II & The Wall

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The Wall will forever be my choice. It's everything about Pink Floyd wrapped up in one album.

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The only one of those I actually own is Tusk by Fleetwood Mac , but I wouldn't vote for it!

I'd put down Tales of Topographic Oceans' by Yes if I had to ... worth a mention anyway.

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Rolling Stones -40 Licks

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future trance/dream dance/dj networx/tunnel trance force/etc compilations....

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George Harrison - All Things Must Pass

Technically it's a triple-album but it was a double-CD.

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The Wall is a good one as well, I forgot about it.

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Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness

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