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    Default Re: Without Further Ado: SDUGF's Top 100 Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Unicorn Horsey View Post
    Pop is acceptable, although I consider this more much more rock than pop.

    By the way, you had the second-highest overall compatibility score (80%).

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    Default Re: Without Further Ado: SDUGF's Top 100 Albums

    Here was mine:

    1.) G n' R - Appetite for Destruction
    2.) AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    3.) Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    4.) Pink Floyd - Animals
    5.) Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
    6.) Pink Floyd - The Wall
    7.) Van Halen - Van Halen
    8.) AC/DC - Back in Black
    9.) Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bold as Love
    10.) Boston - Boston

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    Mines:

    1. Steve Miller Band - Book of Dreams
    2. Steve Miller Band - Fly Like an Eagle
    3. AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    4. The Doors - Absolutely Live
    5. Gary Numan - The Pleasure Principle
    6. Mannheim Steamroller - Fresh Aire 2
    7. Mannheim Steamroller - Fresh Aire 4
    8. Mannheim Steamroller - Fresh Aire 3
    9. Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe
    10. Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene

    if I had a do-over today the JMJs and one Chip Davis would get bumped for these:

    • Nazareth - No Mean City
    • Nazareth - Hair of the Dog
    • Uriah Heep - Sweet Freedom

    and it wouldn't affect the Top 100 at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by uOpt View Post
    Are all compatibility scores posted?

    I guess I am at 1% thanks for Blackmore (Rising)
    I haven't posted the compatibility ratings yet, since I'm working on a program that I hope to display the ratings in a more interesting way than just as a straight two-column chart.

    Your rating is 4%.

    Quote Originally Posted by PFDarkside View Post
    What was mine? I've got to be pretty high too.
    Yup, yours is pretty high: 64%.
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    Here's my list. Highlighted ones are in the top 100:

    1. Ozzy Osbourne - Tribute
    2. Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction
    3. Nightwish - Century Child
    4. Nightwish - Dark Passion Play
    5. Steve Vai - Alien Love Secrets
    6. Petra - On Fire
    7. DeGarmo and Key - Street Light
    8. Steve Vai - Seventh Song
    9. Weird Al Yankovic - Straight out of Lynwood
    10. Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears

    According to Keith, I'm the only one with a Weird Al album on my top 10. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Without Further Ado: SDUGF's Top 100 Albums

    Thanks mate for all your effort and the fantastic thread this has become

    It was a pleasure and an honour to be asked to contribute.

    Here's my list and their rankings
    1) Thin Lizzy - Live and Dangerous (78)
    2) Pink Floyd - Wish you where here (8)
    3) Beatles - Sgt Peppers (12)
    4) Led Zeppelin - IV (4)
    5) Santana - Moonflower ( did it even get more than my vote?)
    6) SRV - Couldn't stand the Weather (68)
    7) Van Halen - Van Halen (3)
    8) Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour 74 (80)
    9) Hendrix - Are you Experienced (9)
    10) Lou Reed - Rock & Roll Animal (last?)

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    When Bludave PM'd me his picks, he added a description of each album and why it made its way to his individual Top 10 list. I asked him if I could post what he sent, because I like what he had to say. He obliged, so here it is:

    1. Electric Ladyland (Jimi Hendrix) An absolute Masterpiece. Everything about this album makes it special. The songwriting, the recording techniques, Jimi's playing & singing, as well as all the "guests" on it. It is by far my favorite album of all time. All of Jimi's other albums (Experience, Axis: Bold as Love, Band of Gypsys as well as a few others) deserve honorable mention. Band of Gypsys has the greatest live guitar solo ever (Machine Gun). All others are great as well but not quite as important as Electric Ladyland

    2. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek & The Dominoes) Probably one of the greatest albums recorded in the 70's. This album was released in October of 1970. Little Wing was added after Eric had heard the news that Jimi died. With Duane and Eric playing some amazing guitar and Eric being tormented by Drugs as well a being madly in love with a close friends wife (George Harrison). This made for some amazing emotions that filtered through in all of the musicians involved playing.

    3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (The Beatles) The most important record of the 60's. Absolutely changed the way people thought of the Beatles & every song was dynamite. I think it also changed the way all others entered the studio after it.

    4. Frostbite (Albert Collins) One of my favorite blues albums ever. Albert Collins does things with his guitar on many of the tunes on this record that are just uncanny. He is truly one of my favorite Blues players ever.

    5. The Wall (Pink Floyd) Great album. Roger Waters presented the concept of the Wall & The Pros & Cons of Hitchhiking to the band. They elected to go with the Wall because they felt that that Pros & Cons was too close to Waters real life (He later recorded this with Eric Clapton) The Wall is just an all around great record.

    6. Live in Cook County Jail (B.B. King) There is something about the way he sang and played on this record that I really like. He has so many great albums, so it is hard to pick one. I also like Live @ the Regal a lot.

    7. Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin) Obviously this is also a very important record. I really don't consider myself a Zep fan, but this record was special. The attitude was very raw.

    8. Disraeli Gears (Cream) Its not my favorite Cream album, but it is certainly a great example of how Eric developed from the Beano album. I really wanted to add the Beano album here. Seeing that it was the first time anyone had plugged a Les Paul into a Marshall and needless to say Eric's playing was legendary. I just feel that the whole album was not that great, This one was produced, recorded and executed better.

    9. At the Fillmore (The Allman Brothers Band) This was a magical night. the band was working so well together and they played until the wee hours of the morning feeding off of the crowds energy. Remember the line in Whipping Post? "play all night"....... they did!

    10. Texas Flood (Stevie Ray Vaughan) Do I really need to explain this? SRV came on the scene and devoured everything in his path.. His tone was just so uncanny on this record even though his playing was some what crude yet ferocious at the same time. I think he is one of the few that truly understood Hendrix. and it was evident on this record more than then others that followed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Unicorn Horsey View Post
    . Your compatibility rating is 4%.
    You mean Forum's compatibility to me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daemon barbeque View Post
    You mean Forum's compatibility to me!!!
    That's right.
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    The more I read this, the more I get pissed that there were not enough votes to bring Uli Roth Scorps to top 100, come on people open your ears. Danger Danger vs Virgin Killer or Taken by Force? are you kidding me?
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    I wonder what my compatability% was... I wish I didn't delete my list...
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    Thanks a ton Keith!

    1. Iron Maiden – The Number of the Beast (44)
    2. Queensryche – Operation: Mindcrime (-)
    3. Deep Purple – Burn (93)
    4. Michael Schenker Group – One Night in Budokan (-)
    5. Black Sabbath – Paranoid (25)
    6. Judas Priest – Sad Wings of Destiny (84)
    7. Megadeth – Rust in Peace (60)
    8. Ozzy Osborne – Tribute (86)
    9. Accept – Restless and Wild (-)
    10. Scorpions – Fly to the Rainbow (-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Unicorn Horsey View Post
    There are 91 albums that received only one #10 vote, and no other votes. Here they are, listed alphabetically by album title:

    Fly to the Rainbow - Scorpions


    Who voted for this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    My ten:

    1. Blink 182 - Dude Ranch
    Same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot _Grits View Post
    Whoa. That's a hell of a thing to go on the record about. Even U2 don't like that record.
    Haha!

    I was unsure if I would put it into the top 10 list, but I knew there had to be one U2 album in there. Pop has given me some nice listening times. Honestly, I think most of the album is pretty strong on the whole. Joshua and Achtung can show off way stronger tracks on their own, but I feel that both albums do have some filler tracks. As an album, I give the Pop the slight edge.

    Do you have a link of the U2 stating their not Pop-fans? Fun curiosity.

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    Dear Keith,

    You are my favorite nerd.

    Love,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr8Scott View Post
    It heartens me to see how well Pink Floyd does on that list. I'm also happy to see many of the albums on my list being on this list as well. I was shocked to see Couldn't Stand the Weather's rank though. I thought it deserved to be higher on the list but that's only my opinion. Am I the only one who think's it is better than Third Eye Blind LOL?

    Don't worry, "Texas Flood" scored first page, so all is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImmortalSix View Post
    Dear Keith,

    You are my favorite nerd.

    Love,
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    Dear Hunter,

    You are my favorite Hunter.

    Love,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusion1 View Post
    Ok someone here picked Kix-Blow My Fuse as their #1 pick? Granted I saw them live once, but someone other than the guys in the band would think their music was the best or most favorite? I bet the guys in the band don't really even care for their music.

    I wonder if the same person picked Danger Danger. I mean come on Danger Danger? This is as bad as the Sleez Beez or Dangerous Toys. Let's out them now lol.
    Disrespect Kix again and the Maryland Mafia will put out a hit on you

    BTW. While they weren't on my list, they are up there. I've been watching those guys kick ass for 25 years.

    Here's my list, just in case you'd like to pass judgement on it as well. Entries that made the top 100 are bold. Have fun

    1. Fair Warning - Van Halen
    2. Van Halen - Van Halen
    3. Unleashed in the East - Judas Priest
    4. Appetite for Destruction - Guns n Roses
    5. All the World's a Stage - Rush
    6. Out of the Cellar - Ratt
    7. Under Lock and Key - Dokken
    8. Live Bootleg - Aerosmith
    9. Live and Dangerous - Thin lizzy
    10. 1984 - Van Halen

    (Keith, if you read this can you tell me my percentage? I guessed 60% before the results were published.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnievaz View Post
    Disrespect Kix again and the Maryland Mafia will put out a hit on you

    BTW. While they weren't on my list, they are up there. I've been watching those guys kick ass for 25 years.

    Here's my list, just in case you'd like to pass judgement on it as well. Entries that made the top 100 are bold. Have fun

    1. Fair Warning - Van Halen
    2. Van Halen - Van Halen
    3. Unleashed in the East - Judas Priest
    4. Appetite for Destruction - Guns n Roses
    5. All the World's a Stage - Rush
    6. Out of the Cellar - Ratt
    7. Under Lock and Key - Dokken
    8. Live Bootleg - Aerosmith
    9. Live and Dangerous - Thin lizzy
    10. 1984 - Van Halen

    (Keith, if you read this can you tell me my percentage? I guessed 60% before the results were published.)
    Your compatibility rating is 48%, which is 34th on the list of 188.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tor View Post
    Haha!

    I was unsure if I would put it into the top 10 list, but I knew there had to be one U2 album in there. Pop has given me some nice listening times. Honestly, I think most of the album is pretty strong on the whole. Joshua and Achtung can show off way stronger tracks on their own, but I feel that both albums do have some filler tracks. As an album, I give the Pop the slight edge.

    Do you have a link of the U2 stating their not Pop-fans? Fun curiosity.
    They have said they rushed to finish it and were not happy. I like some of the tracks a lot, Mofo, Discotheque for example.

    The list is what I would expect from a guitar BB, nice job Keith.

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