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Rush by a mile
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Magma - 21 albums
Zappa - 20 albums
King Crimson - 18 albums (most studio plus some live)
Cardiacs - 13 albums (all studio but the first two tapes, some of the live stuff)
Henry Cow - 12 albums (3 of 5 studio albums and the box set.)
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Originally posted by Dayvenkirq Dayvenkirq wrote:

As of now, Yes. Their first seven albums, 1968-1974. Lame, I know.


LOL  By the way, their debut came out in 1969 Wink


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*re-sigh*
Excuse-moi d'casser ton fun mais j'me cherche une rime pour automne
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dayvenkirq Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 12 2013 at 21:35
Originally posted by ProgMetaller2112 ProgMetaller2112 wrote:

Originally posted by Dayvenkirq Dayvenkirq wrote:


As of now, Yes. Their first seven albums, 1968-1974. Lame, I know.
LOL  By the way, their debut came out in 1969 Wink
Well, you got me! [putting my hands up]

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If we're judging by total number of minutes of music, it'd be Dream Theater.

If we're judging by number of songs or albums, it'd be Pink Floyd.


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Magma, 18 albums
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Without counting Crimson/Fripp Zappa and Tull. 
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Let me see

- Genesis: 14 albums, one boxset and like 10 Gabriel  bootleg videos plus 3 commercial ones (Collins Era)
- Yes : 12 albums one boxset 9 DVD's
- Kansas: 9 albums, 3 Blu-rays
- ELP:  13 albums, 6 DVD - Blu Ray 1 boxset
- PFM: 7 albums, 3 DVD Blu Ray
- STYX: 13 albums, 3 DVD/Blu Ray 
- Pink Floyd: 10 albums, 9 DVD's/Blu Rays
- Steve Hackett: 18 albums + 7 DVD/Blu Ray

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pink floyd. 24 albums

magma 12 albums
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Pink Floyd (all of their albums on CD plus several on vinyl too and a ton of bootlegs on my harddisk) and Jethro Tull.. and the Beatles if you count them as prog (every album on CD TWICE because y'know.. remasterzzzzzzandstuff... plus my favourite albums by them on vinyl).

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Pink Floyd: All Studo albums, one live album and a compilation.
Rush: All studio albums except for Vapor Trails.
The Beatles: All studio albums, Past Masters, and the compilation "1"
Dream Theater: All studio albums and Live At the Marquee

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Jethro Tull - 19
Rush - 16
Genesis - 14
Yes - 13
King Crimson - 13
Marillion - 13
Porcupine Tree - 11
Pink Floyd - 10
Opeth - 10

I wouldn't necessarily say this makes any of these my "favorite".  Just that they have a lot of albums, easily available.

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37 songs of Rush

75 songs of Dream Theater


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Frank Zappa with 101 albums.
I like the music of any era, regardless of when it was made.
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Originally posted by npjnpj npjnpj wrote:

Frank Zappa with 101 albums.
Now THAT is impressive, well done Sir. Clap
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^ I thought he's done just a bit less than that.
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Zappa, 101 albums, no unofficial bootlegs:

1 Cucamonga ,

2 Joe's Corsage,

3 Joe's Xmasage,

4 Freak Out! ,

5 Mofo (2 CD) ,

6 Mofo (4 CD) ,

7 Tis The Season To Be Jelly,

8 Absolutely Free,

9 Road Tapes Venue 1,

10 Finer Moments,

11 We're Only In It For The Money,

12 Electric Aunt Jemima,

13 Our Man In Nirvana,

14 Lumpy Gravy,

15 Lumpy Money,

16 Cruising With Ruben and The Jets,

17 Greasy Love Songs,

18 The Ark ,

19 Uncle Meat ,

20 Mystery Disc,

21 Hot Rats ,

22 Disconnected Synapses,

23 Freaks and Motherf**kers,

24 Tengo Na Minchia Tanta,

25 Burnt Weeny Sandwich,

26 Weasels Ripped My Flesh,

27 Ahead of their Time,

28 Chunga's Revenge,

29 Fillmore East - June 1971,

30 Swiss Cheese-Fire!,

31 200 Motels ,

32 Just Another Band From L.A.,

33 Playground Psychotics,

34 Carnegie Hall,

35 Waka-Jawaka,

36 The Grand Wazoo,

37 Wazoo ,

38 Imaginary Diseases,

39 Joe's Domage,

40 Piquantique,

41 Over-Nite Sensation,

42 Unmitigated Audacity,

43 Apostrophe ,

44 Roxy & Elsewhere,

45 One Size Fits All,

46 Bongo Fury ,

47 The Lost Episodes,

48 Conceptual Continuity,

49 Joe's Menage,

50 Zoot Allures ,

51 Hammersmith Odeon,

52 Philly 76 ,

53 OZ ,

54 One Shot Deal,

55 Zappa In New York,

56 At The Circus,

57 Saarbrucken 1978,

58 Studio Tan ,

59 Anyway The Wind Blows,

60 Sleep Dirt ,

61 Orchestral Favorites,

62 Läther ,

63 Halloween ,

64 Sheik Yerbouti,

65 Transmissions,

66 Joe's Garage,

67 Frank Zappa Plays The Music Of Frank Zappa,

68 Buffalo ,

69 Tinseltown Rebellion,

70 Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar,

71 Quaudiophiliac,

72 You Are What You Is,

73 As An Am ,

74 Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch,

75 The Man From Utopia,

76 Baby Snakes,

77 London Symphony Orchestra Vol. I & II,

78 Boulez Conducts Zappa : The Perfect Stranger,

79 Them Or Us ,

80 The Dub Room Special,

81 Thing-Fish ,

82 Francesco Zappa,

83 Does Humor Belong In Music?,

84 Meets the Mothers of Prevention,

85 Jazz from Hell,

86 Guitar ,

87 Broadway The Hard Way,

88 The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life,

89 Make A Jazz Noise Here,

90 Trance-Fusion,

91 Civilization Phaze III,

92 Yellow Shark-(Ensemble Modern),

93 Everything Is Healing Nicely,

94 You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 1,

95 You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol  2,

96 You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 3,

97 You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 4,

98 You Cant Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 5,

99 You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol  6,

100 Greggery Peccary & Other Persuasions: The Ensemble Modern Plays Frank Zappa,

101 Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison



Edited by npjnpj - April 16 2013 at 02:14
I like the music of any era, regardless of when it was made.
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Holy Toledo.
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Originally posted by rkumar2veomit rkumar2veomit wrote:

37 songs of Rush

75 songs of Dream Theater


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