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    Posted: June 27 2011 at 23:21
For me, this would be Rush i own all their studio albums, most of their live and a few compilations.

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excluding downloads it's Pink Floyd (including solo works) and Vangelis. I have downloaded the whole Senmuth's discography that I'm reviewing since one year and it's more than 80 albums (www.senmuth.com).

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Rush and Porcupine Tree.
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1. Pink Floyd with 83 songs
2. Dream Theater with 75 songs
3. Led Zeppelin (not Prog I know) with 63 songs
4. Rush with 37 songs

PF's only at the top because of The Wall.


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I would have to say crimson own the great deciever box set, 21st century guide to king crimson, construKtion of light, deception of the thrush, and the night watch
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Originally posted by Mushroom Sword Mushroom Sword wrote:

1. Pink Floyd with 83 songs
2. Dream Theater with 75 songs
3. Led Zeppelin (not Prog I know) with 63 songs
4. Rush with 37 songs

PF's only at the top because of The Wall.


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Jethro Tull, Yes, Porcupine Tree and King Crimson - almost all cds, some lps and digital downloads. Probably own all most all of Jethro Tull's studio albums. The others I have named are fairly close behind.

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Originally posted by Mushroom Sword Mushroom Sword wrote:

1. Pink Floyd with 83 songs
2. Dream Theater with 75 songs
3. Led Zeppelin (not Prog I know) with 63 songs
4. Rush with 37 songs

PF's only at the top because of The Wall.

songs...??Dead Do you mean that "Stop" and "Atom Heart Mother" are two songs? This is how the i-pod resellers call the Gbytes.
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IQ - Every Album and DVD, some both vinyl and CD, plus 100 or more bootlegs.

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Originally posted by baldrick98007 baldrick98007 wrote:

IQ - Every Album and DVD, some both vinyl and CD, plus 100 or more bootlegs.

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for me its probably Vangelis. I have nearly everything although I also have tons of Tangerine Dream.
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34 T Dream albums (CD, Cassette and vinyl)
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Yes - 22 albums, 4 dvds


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Valarius Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 28 2011 at 03:23
The most is Dream Theater, but this made me scan through my collection and have a look at some of the artists I have a bigger collection of:
 
Dream Theater - 39 CDs & 11 DVDs
 
Mikd Oldfield - 27 CD'S & 2 DVD's
 
Iron Maiden - 27 CDs & 1 DVD
 
Marillion - 23 CD's & 4 VHS's
 
Metallica - 23 CD's, 14 DVDs & 5 VHS's
 
Rush - 22 CD's & 3 VHS's
 
Savatage - 19 CD's & 1 DVD
 
Not Prog, but I have sh*t loads of:
 
Megadeth - 31 CD's, 7 DVD's & 2 VHS's
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The-time-is-now Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 28 2011 at 06:45
1. Yes
2. Pink Floyd
3. the rest is one album of this and one of that, you know


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Probably Pink Floyd followed by Jethro Tull. Many of my complete discography-kinda bands are not strictly prog, a lot of Herbie Hancock comes to mind. Otherwise I'm a bit like a lot of us, 2-6 albums of many bands etc
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If we're talking album quantity.
Brian Eno 27
Tori Amos 24
Miles Davis 22
Jethro Tull 22
Steve Hackett 21
King Crimson 21
Mike Oldfield 20
Stereolab 20


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Marillion with 15 albums plus the 6 disc Early Stages Live box set.
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Triumvirat
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ELP
Wishbone Ash
Wallenstein
UFO
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 28 2011 at 09:36
I own about 50 Zappa albums with some live stuff thrown in for good measure, plus at least 25 or 30 of Tangerine Dream´s. 
It has come to the point where I am in serious need of space. I have at least 15 records stored in the kitchen... Have to be real careful not to chop up my Draconian times cd, when stumbling home after a night on the town - in dyer need of some onion hamburger marmalade cous cous with tomatoes and Tuborg.  
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Yes and friends.  I have all studio albums, official live albums, and numerous compilation albums with the Yes name on them.  In addition, my goal is to own as many of the albums that members of Yes have appeared on as is possible.  I don't suspect that I will ever be able to find all of them.  Especially, trying to obtain all of Rick Wakeman's solo output which is outlandish, and from what I hear, much of it isn't really worth obtaining other than to add to my mission.
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