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Topic: how many each year?
Posted By: infocat
Subject: how many each year?
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 10:37
The #1 1969-2012 list inspired me to do this.
Luckily I have all my albums in a Word document, so I was able to search on each year to get my count.

1959 - 2
1963 - 2
1964 - 2
1965 - 4
1966 - 5
1967 - 5
1968 - 9
1969 - 18
1970 - 23
1971 - 15
1972 - 27
1973 - 26
1974 - 19
1975 - 26
1976 - 22
1977 - 19
1978 - 22
1979 - 12
1980 - 16
1981 - 11
1982 - 14
1983 - 16
1984 - 16
1985 - 12
1986 - 15
1987 - 14
1988 - 16
1989 - 21
1990 - 21
1991 - 23
1992 - 23
1993 - 16
1994 - 20
1995 - 29
1996 - 14
1997 - 22
1998 - 16
1999 - 26
2000 - 24
2001 - 21
2002 - 21
2003 - 21
2004 - 15
2005 - 26
2006 - 18
2007 - 22
2008 - 30
2009 - 39
2010 - 47
2011 - 73
2012 - 79
2013 - 7
total- 1017
It's fairly obvious that I discovered Prog Archives in 2011!  Tongue

Oh, I should note this is my entire collection; not just prog.  Only mostly prog!


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Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 16:53
These numbers are rough. Who cares about accuracy?

1958 - 1
1959 - 2

1960 - 0
1961 - 0
1962 - 0
1963 - 3
1964 - 2
1965 - 6
1966 - 3
1967 - 10
1968 - 6
1969 - 17

1970 - 18
1971 - 24
1972 - 24
1973 - 17
1974 - 18
1975 - 15
1976 - 8
1977 - 9
1978 - 5
1979 - 4

1980 - 8
1981 - 5
1982 - 1
1983 - 1
1984 - 2
1985 - 0
1986 - 0
1987 - 1
1988 - 0
1989 - 0

1990 - 0
1991 - 1
1992 - 0
1993 - 0
1994 - 1
1995 - 1
1996 - 1
1997 - 1
1998 - 0
1999 - 1

2000 - 0
2001 - 0
2002 - 1
2003 - 0
2004 - 1
2005 - 1
2006 - 1
2007 - 0
2008 - 2
2009 - 0

2010 - 0
2011 - 1
2012 - 0
2013 - 1

Yeah, I know, I suck.


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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 16:58
Man this means counting my albums again for the first time in years.... Last time I checked, I had some 3500+ and that's at least two years ago. 
I do have a lot of music from around 1967 to 1974 though.


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Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 17:06
^ Holy sh... , over 3500?!

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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 17:08
LOL
To be fair, it's the only thing I've ever collected, and I started when I was 8 or something. I don't have a car(or driver's license for that matter), kids or a mortgage either.


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- Douglas Adams


Posted By: Eria Tarka
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 17:58
1958 - 1
1959 - 3

1963 - 2
1964 - 4
1965 - 2
1966 - 3
1967 - 8
1968 - 9
1969 - 20

1970 - 26
1971 - 23
1972 - 31
1973 - 24
1974 - 22
1975 - 21
1976 - 16
1977 - 15
1978 - 12
1979 - 5

1980 - 7
1981 - 8
1982 - 5
1983 - 9
1984 - 8
1985 - 4
1986 - 6
1987 - 5
1988 - 6
1989 - 6

1990 - 2
1991 - 9
1992 - 7
1993 - 7
1994 - 8
1995 - 12
1996 - 14
1997 - 9
1998 - 4
1999 - 10

2000 - 6
2001 - 5
2002 - 12
2003 - 7
2004 - 7
2005 - 8
2006 - 7
2007 - 10
2008 - 6
2009 - 7

2010 - 3
2011 - 8
2012 - 21
2013 - 8


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Posted By: Nogbad_The_Bad
Date Posted: March 02 2013 at 20:11
Unless there is some database out there for me to automatically check against then this looks like way too much effort. I can say I have stuff going back to the 40's, it picks up significantly from 69 through 79 then drops off until the mid 90's when it picks up again through today.

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Anyone who thinks Kansas is Prog get out of the room - Adolf Hitler



Posted By: elbownut
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 02:57

Main buying period between 1972 - 1980 ( vinyl )

Occasional purchases during 80s
 
Kinda hiatus in the 90s and early 00's
 
Since around 2008 have rediscovered passion for music ( and particularly prog )
 
In last two years have purchased c 100 CDs ...which is by far the most music I have ever got.
 
Thanks to sites like this and being able to find and order on-line.
 
 


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Posted By: richardh
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 03:06
One day (would have to be an especially boring one ) I will catalogue my collection. Probably about 700 albums and very  few are before 1970.


Posted By: akamaisondufromage
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 04:23

No idea I'm afraid.  Just threw some in a bag to throw away.  Mostly recent 2000s albums.

Most popular of my albums are from 1972 till 1982 i reckon.  So Prog through to post -punk on the whole.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 06:12

Impossible to tell, or even guess. I stopped cataloguing my album collection in 1995 and only a few of them were ever dated. I tried analysing the small part of my collection that is in my iTunes database but the date tags are pretty screwed with re-issues and compilations being wrongly dated by Gracenote and I don't organise or tag albums by genre - SuperAnalyzer reported that only 37% of my albums had complete tag information, which isn't really good enough for a proper analysis. So the following graph is a complete crock because the 1000 songs released in 2005 is obviously incorrect,which does not bode well for any of the other numbers:

 

(as you can see, I don't use iTunes as a music player) 



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Posted By: Nightfly
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 07:44
Would have been to hard to work out but as I have them catalogued it was easy enough. Not surprising the early 70's come highest.

1957  = 1

1959  = 4

1963 = 2

1964 = 4

1965 = 9

1966 = 8

1967 = 12

1968 = 24

1969 = 45

1970 = 54

1971 = 66

1972 = 89

1973 = 98

1974 = 79

1975 = 78

1976 = 91

1977 = 80

1978 = 85

1979 = 91

1980 = 91

1981 = 67

1982 = 69

1983 = 54

1984 = 43

1985 = 51

1986 = 60

1987 = 53

1988 = 48

1989 = 61

1990 = 54

1991 = 67

1992 = 60

1993 = 66

1994 = 64

1995 = 71

1996 = 67

1997 = 64

1998 = 61

1999 = 62

2000 = 75

2001 = 49

2002 = 65

2003 = 65

2004 = 61

2005 = 48

2006 = 73

2007 = 79

2008 = 67

2009 = 57

2010 = 51

2011 = 63

2012 = 62

2013 = 4

 



Posted By: Metalmarsh89
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 09:24
Originally posted by Guldbamsen

LOL
To be fair, it's the only thing I've ever collected, and I started when I was 8 or something. I don't have a car(or driver's license for that matter), kids or a mortgage either.


Oh come now, you've got to have bad teeth or something like that to invest your money in Tongue


Posted By: lazland
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 09:27
Originally posted by richardh

One day (would have to be an especially boring one ) I will catalogue my collection. Probably about 700 albums and very  few are before 1970.

I think this also summarises my own position very well.


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Posted By: HolyMoly
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 09:48
I have thousands of CDs and LPs and can't even guess as to how they divide out by year, but just looking at my iTunes library, with about 41K songs in it (much of it from the aforementioned CDs and LPs), I see that Weidorje's self titled album is classified as being released in 2012, which makes me think a tally using iTunes wouldn't be too reliable anyway.  

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Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 11:44
Originally posted by Nightfly

Would have been to hard to work out but as I have them catalogued it was easy enough. Not surprising the early 70's come highest.
Wow!  That must be quite the collection!


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Posted By: Sagichim
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 12:45
I'm curious to see my results but that's an impossible task for me to do.

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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 12:55
Originally posted by Metalmarsh89


Originally posted by Guldbamsen

LOL
To be fair, it's the only thing I've ever collected, and I started when I was 8 or something. I don't have a car(or driver's license for that matter), kids or a mortgage either.
Oh come now, you've got to have bad teeth or something like that to invest your money in Tongue



I never chew. I have people for that, or a blender.

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- Douglas Adams


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 13:00
Originally posted by sagichim

I'm curious to see my results but that's an impossible task for me to do.




Hahah Sagi, I feel you man!
There's no way in hell, I am doing that.
I do have a lot of my collection transfered over to a portable hard disk, but I have vinyls under my bed, cds in the kitchen cupboards and stuff packed into big boxes at my parents place. Seems damn near insurmountable to me.

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“The Guide says there is an art to flying or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”
- Douglas Adams


Posted By: Roland113
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 13:07
You've inspired me to think about properly cataloging my music collection.


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 13:11
Alright I can do that as well. Think I'll think about it

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“The Guide says there is an art to flying or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”
- Douglas Adams


Posted By: AlanB
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 13:13
Originally posted by elbownut

Main buying period between 1972 - 1980 ( vinyl )

Occasional purchases during 80s
 
Kinda hiatus in the 90s and early 00's
 
Since around 2008 have rediscovered passion for music ( and particularly prog )
 
 
 
 
That pretty much sum's me up too, though the bit about buying 100 albums in the last two years doesn't apply Cool


Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 16:15
I've been cataloging in Excel since 1999.  I've been numbering them at 100 a pop since I began getting CDs.   I regret not having acquisition dates on the first 500.  I use recorded date rather than release date whenever possible.
2013 - 1
2012 - 7
2011 - 14
2010 - 17
2009 - 19
2008 - 23
2007 - 29
2006 - 26
2005 - 24
2004 - 29
2003 - 40
2002 - 36
2001 - 39
2000 - 31
1999 - 44
1998 - 29
1997 - 40
1996 - 36
1995 - 42
1994 - 45
1993 - 42
1992 - 33
1991 - 36
1990 - 30
1989 - 36
1988 - 30
1987 - 32
1986 - 31
1985 - 24
1984 - 35
1983 - 26
1982 - 27
1981 - 30
1980 - 39
1979 - 44
1978 - 47
1977 - 48
1976 - 53
1975 - 50
1974 - 52
1973 - 39
1972 - 31
1971 - 23
1970 - 30
1969 - 21
1968 - 15
1967 - 12
1966 - 2
1965 - 3
1963 - 1
1962 - 1
1961 - 1
1960 - 1
1959-  1
1958 - 2
1957 - 1
1955 - 1
1953 - 1
1949 - 1
1937 - 2
1920 - 1
1910 - 1
1905 - 1
1903 -1
1893 - 1
1874 - 1
1791 -1






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Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: March 03 2013 at 22:32
I've been keeping track for I don't know how many years.  Release date and title only.  I started too late to do acquisition date.  Wish!

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Posted By: The.Crimson.King
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 15:27
I started cataloging my albums in the early 90's so this exercise was easy.  

1964 - 1   *
1965 - 2   *
1966 - 2   *
1967 - 16 ********
1968 - 16 ********
1969 - 24 ************
1970 - 29 **************
1971 - 26 *************
1972 - 40 ********************
1973 - 40 ********************
1974 - 57 ****************************
1975 - 50 *************************
1976 - 40 ********************
1977 - 42 *********************
1978 - 35 *****************
1979 - 26 *************
1980 - 36 *****************
1981 - 26 *************
1982 - 16 ********
1983 - 25 ************
1984 - 30 ***************
1985 - 26 *************
1986 - 14 *******
1987 - 21 **********
1988 - 23 ***********
1989 - 17 ********
1990 - 20 **********
1991 - 26 *************
1992 - 32 ****************
1993 - 30 ***************
1994 - 24 ************
1995 - 24 ************
1996 - 21 **********
1997 - 16 ********
1998 - 21 **********
1999 - 22 ***********
2000 - 15 *******
2001 - 15 *******
2002 - 8   ****
2003 - 14 *******
2004 - 11 *****
2005 - 8   ****
2006 - 8   ****
2007 - 0
2008 - 4  **
2009 - 0
2010 - 1  *
2011 - 3  *
2012 - 0
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Total albums - 1001

I built my album collection up in 3 distinct ways.  

1st from hearing stuff on the radio and buying the album or being intrigued by the album cover art or recommendations from other people.  

2nd I had this friend who was also heavy into prog and also had a large collection.  We started getting together once every couple of weeks where he'd bring me 3 or 4 things from his collection and I'd bring him some things from mine.  He turned me onto Hawkwind, Marillion, Kate Bush, & Greenslade and the best of the neo prog bands like IQ & Twelfth Night.

3rd in the 1990's I ran across this project on USENET (the text-based precursor to the internet) called "The Gibralter Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock".  They were putting together the A-Z of every prog band out there and everyone was encouraged to help contribute band/album reviews.  It was eventually a massive text document that I printed out and brought with me to record stores.  I discovered Ange, Pulsar, Anekdoten, Devil Doll, Thinking Plague, Henry Cow, Terraced Garden...


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Posted By: smartpatrol
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 16:10
This includes both albums I own and albums I want:

1959 -    1 *
1960 -    2 **
1961 -    4 ****
1962 -    0
1963 -    5 *****
1964 -    4 ****
1965 -  10 **********
1966 -    9 *********
1967 -  14 **************
1968 -  15 ***************
1969 -  19 *******************
1970 -  20 ********************
1971 -  17 *****************
1972 -  15 ***************
1973 -  21 *********************
1974 -  10 **********
1975 -  15 ***************
1976 -  12 ************
1977 -    5 *****
1978 -  14 **************
1979 -  18 ******************
1980 -  13 *************
1981 -  20 ********************
1982 -  12 ************
1983 -  11 ***********
1984 -  12 ************
1985 -    6 ******
1986 -    8 ********
1987 -  10 **********
1988 -  10 **********
1989 -    4 ****
1990 -    6 ******
1991 -  13 *************
1992 -    9 *********
1993 -    6 ******
1994 -    6 ******
1995 -    6 ******
1996 -  14 **************
1997 -    9 *********
1998 -    8 ********
1999 -  11 ***********
2000 -  12 ************
2001 -  10 ***********
2002 -    8 ********
2003 -  10 ***********
2004 -  15 ***************
2005 -  13 *************
2006 -  13 *************
2007 -  14 **************
2008 -  11 ***********
2009 -  16 ****************
2010 -  21 *********************
2011 -  19 *******************
2012 -  29 *****************************
2013 -    8 ********


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Posted By: The Doctor
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 16:51
Between my CD collection, records and stuff that I've ripped to my computer but are currently in storage, I'd say I have somewhere over 2000 albums.  So my list is:
 
1961-2013:  All of them.
 
Whew! That was tough.


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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 17:05
Is this based on release date or date of purchase?


Posted By: progbethyname
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 17:10
Wow. I'd say I've got around 1600 albums and the balk my collection would definitely be from the 1980's. Most of my CDs and such are in storage cause I recently moved back in with the parents. Lol. I've never catalogued my albums manually cause I tunes can do that for you, but I haven't imported all my CDs onto it just yet. I will in time. :)

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Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 20:50
Originally posted by Polymorphia

Is this based on release date or date of purchase?
Release date.


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Posted By: Nogbad_The_Bad
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 21:00
1949    2    *
1955    1    *
1956    1    *
1957    1    *
1958    3    **
1959    2    *
1964    1    *
1965    3    **
1966    2    *
1967    5    ***
1968    3    **
1969    15    *******
1970    26    *************
1971    31    ***************
1972    40    ********************
1973    30    ***************
1974    35    *****************
1975    38    *******************
1976    22    ***********
1977    34    *****************
1978    26    *************
1979    19    *********
1980    15    *******
1981    11    *****
1982    8    ****
1983    7    ****
1984    5    ***
1985    5    ***
1986    7    ****
1987    4    **
1988    9    *****
1989    16    ********
1990    6    ***
1991    10    *****
1992    3    **
1993    10    *****
1994    12    ******
1995    12    ******
1996    14    *******
1997    10    *****
1998    10    *****
1999    21    **********
2000    14    *******
2001    19    *********
2002    19    *********
2003    16    ********
2004    25    ************
2005    26    *************
2006    26    *************
2007    28    **************
2008    33    ****************
2009    59    *****************************
2010    42    *********************
2011    44    **********************
2012    45    **********************
2013    6    ******

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Posted By: TheGazzardian
Date Posted: April 29 2013 at 22:12
I started cataloguing my collection on RateYourMusic two years ago and have kept it up to date since, so luckily this shan't be overly hard. I seem to recall once seeing a way to generate a graph of this on that site but can't recall how to do so, so this is from me doing it in google docs.


Top Year per decade
1957 - 1
1969 - 15
1973 - 28
1989/1989 - 19
1995 - 36
2007 - 51
2010 - 97


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Posted By: Tom Ozric
Date Posted: April 30 2013 at 00:39
Sheezus, some folks have too much time on their hands...............


Posted By: Dayvenkirq
Date Posted: April 30 2013 at 00:40
^ ... So I'm not alone on this one, eh?

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Posted By: Tom Ozric
Date Posted: April 30 2013 at 00:53
I once did a year list for my LP collection (numbering around 1600) but I dunno what happened to it.  I usually put all my scribblings away somewhere to refer back to but I haven't this time.  What I do know is that my earliest year is around 1966 up to 2012.  I poached an LP from my folks called 'Big 16 Guitar Favourites' by (at the time) innovative guitarist Vinnie Bell.  Just a bunch of jazz/pop standards done in an early, experimental fashion.  It might date from 1965......?


Posted By: progbethyname
Date Posted: April 30 2013 at 10:44
Originally posted by Dayvenkirq

^ ... So I'm not alone on this one, eh?


Yup. Me too. Well see how long my unemployment streak lasts. Maybe I can bar graph it like the GIZZARDIAN! Holy crap that is fantastic. Lol

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Posted By: Polymorphia
Date Posted: April 30 2013 at 11:53
My family is like a music commune. If you count all of the albums my family owns, plus the records my dad's department owns (he's a jazz studies professor), there should be 10,000, at the very least, some of them dating back to the earliest days of recording.  Because of this, I actually haven't bought a ton of albums. I just mooch off theirs. At most, I've bought about 50, the earliest being early/mid-60s, latest being 2012 or 2013. Also, I am a bit cheap.


Posted By: moshkito
Date Posted: May 01 2013 at 08:33
Hi,
 
More than half of my record collection came before 1979. Probably two thirds. It accounts for my being able to speak about them so much.
 
The least and leanest years were the 90's when I was broke and could not afford a whole lot!


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Posted By: Metalmarsh89
Date Posted: May 04 2013 at 11:43
I only own CD's, no vinyls yet, but here's my collection. I started less than 3 years ago, so it will definitely continue to build. You guys have inspired me to begin cataloging my collection too. This only took me a listen of Permanent Waves to complete though (yes that's how I measure time Approve).

This list includes all albums, eps, and compilations, prog and otherwise. No singles though.

1968 - 1 - *
1969 - 5 - *****
1970 - 5 - *****
1971 - 8 - ********
1972 - 6 - ******
1973 - 7 - *******
1974 - 5 - *****
1975 - 4 - ****
1976 - 3 - ***
1977 - 4 - ****
1978 - 3 - ***
1979 - 2 - **
1980 - 3 - ***
1981 - 3 - ***
1982 - 4 - ****
1983 - 5 - *****
1984 - 5 - *****
1985 - 3 - ***
1986 - 4 - ****
1987 - 3 - ***
1988 - 4 - ****
1989 - 3 - ***
1990 - 2 - **
1991 - 2 - **
1992 - 2 - **
1993 - 2 - **
1994 - 1 - *
1995 - 4 - ****
1996 - 2 - **
1997 - 2 - **
1998 - 3 - ***
1999 - 4 - ****
2000 - 3 - ***
2001 - 1 - *
2002 - 5 - *****
2003 - 6 - ******
2004 - 4 - ****
2005 - 5 - *****
2006 - 6 - ******
2007 - 6 - ******
2008 - 9 - *********
2009 - 9 - *********
2010 - 3 - ***
2011 - 9 - *********
2012 - 6 - ******
2013 - 2 - **




Posted By: Nogbad_The_Bad
Date Posted: May 04 2013 at 21:43
Which will be the first year to hit double digits?

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Posted By: Metalmarsh89
Date Posted: May 05 2013 at 01:43
Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad

Which will be the first year to hit double digits?


Most assuredly one of the 70's, probably 1971.


Posted By: sleeper
Date Posted: May 05 2013 at 06:06
Not completely accurate, I know there are some 70's albums from big bands I didn't like that I havent counted and probably others. Close enough though.

2013- 1
2012- 14
2011- 54
2010- 34
2009- 56
2008- 46
2007- 53
2006- 61
2005- 26
2004- 43
2003- 29
2002- 26
2001- 27
2000- 17
1999- 21
1998- 13
1997- 16
1996- 18
1995- 19
1994- 9
1993- 11
1992- 8
1991- 7
1990- 4
1989- 9
1988- 3
1987- 3
1986- 3
1985- 5
1984- 5
1983- 4
1982- 3
1981- 2
1980- 3
1979- 5
1978- 5
1977- 6
1976- 12
1975- 13
1974- 17
1973- 21
1972- 21
1971- 16
1970- 13
1969- 7
1968- 1
1959- 1


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Posted By: AtomicCrimsonRush
Date Posted: May 05 2013 at 09:19
I have no idea and too scared to count my albums as I may think I have too many...

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Posted By: ten years after
Date Posted: May 08 2013 at 07:59
1963      3
1964      16
1965      19
1966      28
1967     44
1968      68
1969     138
1970     179
1971     161
1972     145
1973     123
1974     106
1975      71
1976      34


Posted By: progbethyname
Date Posted: May 08 2013 at 14:36
Brave souls you all are for diving and sorting through your album archives. Sheesh!

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Lots to love about the Prog Metal powerhouse band, 'Threshold.'


Posted By: Tapfret
Date Posted: May 08 2013 at 15:36
This would be a lot easier if metatags were based on original release and not CD pressing or remaster date.

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