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Old 05-01-2012, 06:52 AM
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I read somewhere that The Beatles White album and Jimi Hendrix's - Are you experienced where considered as the 2 greatest rock album ever, to this date. Not because they necessarly have the best songs (althought I think they do) but because of all the fresh new ideas they braught into mixing and composing and adding on top of that a killer new look and standard to what is rock music. They influenced all the other rock groups after that. Still to this date they continue to be very inspiring and I think they will never go old.
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Well...being the purest I am...I would have to add Jeff Beck Wired, and at least one Stevie Ray...but GNR...really?

Jeff becks cool gnr was amazing back when the original members where in it buckethead serously? Not even near slash
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Greatest Albums.

A very interesting topic that could go on for a very long time.
Whilst there will those that agree or not, if only in part with thoughts put forward, it may also depend on the individuals ideas at that time.
How about;
24 carat purple.
Renaissance live at Carnegie Hall.
Fleetwood Mac Rumours.
Rolling Stones High tide & Greengrass.
Jimi Hendrix with Curtis Knight.
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No mention of Link Wrays' "Wild Side of City Lights"? Tsk tsk.
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