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    Your Picks for Top 5 CD's

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    I actually will have to think about it, but if you were told to create the list, what do you see as the Top 5 CD's of all time?

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    Pink Floyd: Dark Side Of The Moon, The Wall
    Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced?
    Huey Lewis and the News: Sports
    Donnie Iris and the Cruisers: King Cool

    After some thinking, I would have to say those are my top 5, but for 5 artists, I would have to include Frank Zappa.
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    Of all time? Hmmm..I'm gonna have to think about this.

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    This is really hard... (in no particular order)

    The Eagles Greatest Hits (Vol 1)
    The Corrs - Talk on Corners
    Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits
    U2 - Joshua Tree
    Journey - Greatest Hits
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    I started this thread and I can't narrow it down to 5 ! I figured I'd have to go with greatest hits albums for all of them though... sorry.....

    In NO particular order:

    Springsteen (OK, that one IS in particular order... 1st, as it always should be)
    Beatles
    Santana
    Dave Mathews Band (do they have a greatest hits yet?)
    And that CD hubby has in his car and NEVER listens too.. it's a mix of "recognizable" Classical music I do truly enjoy it at times though!

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    Its hard to narrow it down to just 5 CD's but i'll give it a try.

    Guns And Roses:Appetite For Destruction
    Journey:Greatest hits
    Night Ranger:Night Ranger
    REO Speedwagon:The Hits
    Bryan Adams:Greatest Hits Vol.1
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    wow, this is tough

    Ozzy - Speak of the Devil
    AC/DC - Back in Black
    Metallica - Metallica (black album)
    Zeppelin - zofo
    Van Halen - 1

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    5. Blink 182, Dude Ranch
    4. Sarah McLachlan, Surfacing
    3. Alanis Morisette, Jagged Little Pill
    2. NIN, Pretty Hate Machine
    1. Tori Amos, Little Earthquakes

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    I also want to throw the Grease Soundtrack in there. A must for any CD collection.
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    Ooops.. I forgot about this thread. These are my favorite CD's, may not of all time, but I don't get tired of listening to them over and over again.

    1. Santana - Supernatural
    2. Shakira - Laundry Service
    3. U2 - Joshua Tree
    4. Guns n Roses - Appetite for Destruction
    5. Foreigner

    *Fixed error. Had put "Dirty Laundry" instead of "Laundry Service" for Shakira's album. Guess I was thinking of the Dirty Laundry I need to take care of tonight.

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