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Poll Question: Name your favorite prog albums that begin with the letter T
Poll Choice Votes Poll Statistics
0 [0.00%]
10 [6.90%]
2 [1.38%]
10 [6.90%]
2 [1.38%]
15 [10.34%]
4 [2.76%]
4 [2.76%]
1 [0.69%]
3 [2.07%]
6 [4.14%]
4 [2.76%]
8 [5.52%]
7 [4.83%]
4 [2.76%]
5 [3.45%]
0 [0.00%]
9 [6.21%]
28 [19.31%]
2 [1.38%]
1 [0.69%]
7 [4.83%]
9 [6.21%]
0 [0.00%]
4 [2.76%]
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    Posted: April 24 2013 at 10:26
From the list, The Power to Believe. There may be an album I like more, but I can't seem to remember it atm.
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TAAB, followed by Trilogy, The Light and the Power to Believe.
A GREAT YEAR FOR PROG!!!
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i could vote for 90% of these. my fav is the snow goose. also "rotters club" doesn't have many votes. and excellent album.
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Originally posted by The Doctor

Hope the OP isn't a file clerk or anything of that sort.  I'd be right pissed if everything that started with "The" was filed under T.  Tongue


It is an unusual way to organise the list.  Even my iPod automatically discounts the articles for its categorisation.

Anyway, a few of my faves are Soft Machine's Third, Amon Duul II's Tanze der Lemminge, Don Ellis' Tears of Joy  and Jean-Pierre Alercen's Tableau No. 1.

Off the list. my favea are The least We Can Do and The Rotter's Club (but I personally wouldn't count them under T).  Guess Trout Mask Replica is my fave of those on the list that I would count.
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Thick as a Brick and Tales from Topographic Oceans most definitely.

I'd also nominate Tubular Bells as a favorite, as well as a classic.
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Peter Hammill - The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage

This night wounds time.
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I would also ask - where is The Wake? It's an incredible album.
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I'll never vote against The Lamb.... ever
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The Lamb!

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Tago Mago Cool.

Thick as a Brick from the list.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Progosopher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 24 2013 at 23:24
Originally posted by Logan

Originally posted by The Doctor

Hope the OP isn't a file clerk or anything of that sort.  I'd be right pissed if everything that started with "The" was filed under T.  Tongue


It is an unusual way to organise the list.  Even my iPod automatically discounts the articles for its categorisation.

Anyway, a few of my faves are Soft Machine's Third, Amon Duul II's Tanze der Lemminge, Don Ellis' Tears of Joy  and Jean-Pierre Alercen's Tableau No. 1.

Off the list. my favea are The least We Can Do and The Rotter's Club (but I personally wouldn't count them under T).  Guess Trout Mask Replica is my fave of those on the list that I would count.
Your iPod is actually doing something properly, nor is it unusual to do so.  Every single library in the English language does the same thing.  'The' is so common an article it is not included for categorization.  If it were, half of all titles would appear under 'T.'  As such, every single one of the titles that starts with it on the list should not be considered.  I will not vote this time in protest of such poor grammar. Disapprove
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Originally posted by Progosopher

Originally posted by Logan

Originally posted by The Doctor

Hope the OP isn't a file clerk or anything of that sort.  I'd be right pissed if everything that started with "The" was filed under T.  Tongue


It is an unusual way to organise the list.  Even my iPod automatically discounts the articles for its categorisation.

Anyway, a few of my faves are Soft Machine's Third, Amon Duul II's Tanze der Lemminge, Don Ellis' Tears of Joy  and Jean-Pierre Alercen's Tableau No. 1.

Off the list. my favea are The least We Can Do and The Rotter's Club (but I personally wouldn't count them under T).  Guess Trout Mask Replica is my fave of those on the list that I would count.
Your iPod is actually doing something properly, nor is it unusual to do so.  Every single library in the English language does the same thing.  'The' is so common an article it is not included for categorization.  If it were, half of all titles would appear under 'T.'  As such, every single one of the titles that starts with it on the list should not be considered.  I will not vote this time in protest of such poor grammar. Disapprove


Indeed, I'm happy with (and would expect such) my iPod's categorisation, and I organise the generally accepted way, as do you.  That said, of course, the OP can follow his own system for his own polls.

EDIT -- Looking at MFP's post: Tago Mago was a serious omission from my list.  One of my favourite albums.


Edited by Logan - April 25 2013 at 11:23
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Progosopher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2013 at 18:37
Originally posted by Logan

Originally posted by Progosopher

Originally posted by Logan

Originally posted by The Doctor

Hope the OP isn't a file clerk or anything of that sort.  I'd be right pissed if everything that started with "The" was filed under T.  Tongue


It is an unusual way to organise the list.  Even my iPod automatically discounts the articles for its categorisation.

Anyway, a few of my faves are Soft Machine's Third, Amon Duul II's Tanze der Lemminge, Don Ellis' Tears of Joy  and Jean-Pierre Alercen's Tableau No. 1.

Off the list. my favea are The least We Can Do and The Rotter's Club (but I personally wouldn't count them under T).  Guess Trout Mask Replica is my fave of those on the list that I would count.
Your iPod is actually doing something properly, nor is it unusual to do so.  Every single library in the English language does the same thing.  'The' is so common an article it is not included for categorization.  If it were, half of all titles would appear under 'T.'  As such, every single one of the titles that starts with it on the list should not be considered.  I will not vote this time in protest of such poor grammar. Disapprove


Indeed, I'm happy with (and would expect such) my iPod's categorisation, and I organise the generally accepted way, as do you.  That said, of course, the OP can follow his own system for his own polls.

EDIT -- Looking at MFP's post: Tago Mago was a serious omission from my list.  One of my favourite albums.
This is true but I am still disappointed in him.
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TAAB
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Thick as a Brick
Ni sujet, ni souverain
Pas de sang sur les mains
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Post Options Post Options   Quote kit-kat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 28 2013 at 04:57
damn, no Tago Mago on the list :(
I didn't want to vote other so I chose Silent Corner, but  TAAB and The Great Deceiver live set were pretty close.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ExittheLemming Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 28 2013 at 08:03
Although we all love voting in polls for albums etc - ain't that what the ratings scores are for?
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PT - The Sky Moves Sideways

Although as others have said, usually would by classified under 'S' - Sky Moves Sideways, The  Tongue

But I'm happy to vote for it however you want to classify it...
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