What album have you owned the most times in any form?

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  1. brian222

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    Only one. DS. On Every Street. LP,CD,cassette.
     

     

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  2. Silentnet

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    CD + Graphics.

    Mostly used in karaoke machines, but some bands threw stuff on there from time to time.
     
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    Gotta be Boston~S/T in terms of # of different formats and how many copies. I have a ton of DSOTM issues as well.
     
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    Was the CD+G - 'Graphics' version. Had a 'multimedia' feature that was about as good as you'd expect from the mid-late 90's. Did'nt really do too well. Should have made it "Graffix" and thrown a bong in with each CD, would have done better...
     
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    That would be one of the pressings I have added recently. Got it from someone in Germany for a decent price :)
     
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    What did you think?
     
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  7. grillebilly

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    Lamont Cranston's first release on the Shadow label. I think six copies. Bought every one I saw.
    I kept a few and gave the others away as presents.
     
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    It's great, even better than the late 70's Mint repress I got from South Africa.
     
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    "How doesone go about posting a thread asking if a question has been posted before without asking the question in that post, you know, just to be sure that a question only ever gets asked once in the entire history of a chat board?"


    You quickly learn who to add to your ignore list.
     
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  10. Poultrygeist

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    I've listened to "Take Five" for many years in LP, tape, CD as well as SACD and it still amazes me. It's in 5/4 time which is highly unusual.

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    AC/DC Back in Black
     
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  12. FONSguy

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    Harry Nilsson's Nilsson Schmilsson LP from 1971. Have 4 US pressings, 1 German pressing and 2 CD's.
     
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    Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here
    Twice on vinyl
    Music Cassette
    CD
     
  14. Dr Tinear

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    The 1960 Fritz Reiner / Chicago Symphony recording of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. I started with a British Victrola LP issue, replaced that with a U.S. Living Stereo pressing (LSC-2446) that sounded significantly better, and later acquired the half-speed mastered LP issue. I also repurchased it twice on CD -- once in the early days of the format and once when RCA offered a much better-sounding reissue in their Living Stereo CD series.
     
  15. crazy-in-az

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    I've owned at least 4 different versions of Aqualung on LP. The most I've owned on different formats is Abbey Road by The Beatles, Cuts Like a Knife by Brian Adams and Face Value by Phil Collins- LP, cassette and mp3 downloads/burned CD.

    I don't know how many different albums I have on LP, CD and mp3.
     
  16. KrisM

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    I don't think I have any LC, but I've seen them a few times. Living near the Minnesota/Ontario border has to have some benefits, no? :rflmao:
    I also saw Jonny Lang around the same time, when he was a nobody(outside of the midwest) and Bruce McCabe was with him.

    Original question? Not sure, but I know I burned through a few copies of Back In Black on cassette back in the day, have gone through a few CD copies, and have a few vinyl copies.
    Most formats for one artist? I gotta go with Beck. CD, vinyl, DVD, DVD-A, SACD, (legit) MP3 download, FLAC, and I'm pretty sure I had that one with Loser on it on cassette.
     
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  17. grillebilly

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    First time I saw them, I was probably 19 or 20, they blew me away. I was just starting going to shows a lot. I had not heard of them before.
    They had a horn section, that was something I had not seen a lot of. First set Pat Hayes played harp, second set he came out playing guitar. These guys really tore it up.
    Minneapolis had a big music scene. Must of been nice.
     
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  18. KrisM

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    Yeah, they were tight when I saw them. One show was in a tiny bar, and my 'seat' was a road case at the side of the stage. That was in Duluth.
    I wish I had of been able to take in that Minny scene. Too young.
     
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    Honk - Five Summer Stories. 1972, soundtrack.
    1 - Original LP from 1972
    1 - LP reissue, date unknown
    1 - CD, 1992
    1 - VHS of the movie, 1994
    1 - DVD of the movie
    3 - Digital versions of the soundtrack

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