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Old 10-05-2002, 08:05 PM   #16
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heh. I loved how the geeks united and made Weezer the only band to have all of their albums on the list. It's also rather amazing that Pinkerton, the band's lowest seller (and my personal favorite), was able to chart at No. 16. I was one of the people that helped it reach that mark actually.

And people, you had the chance to vote as many times as you liked. If some of your faves aren't on the list, then maybe you should have voted.
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Old 10-06-2002, 01:46 AM   #17
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Old 10-06-2002, 01:17 PM   #18
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Re: So much shit on this list .........

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heh. I loved how the geeks united and made Weezer the only band to have all of their albums on the list. It's also rather amazing that Pinkerton, the band's lowest seller (and my personal favorite), was able to chart at No. 16. I was one of the people that helped it reach that mark actually.

And people, you had the chance to vote as many times as you liked. If some of your faves aren't on the list, then maybe you should have voted.
Yeah, I thought the list was pretty good overall, especially since RS has been kissing the ass of pop for the past 5 years. And I was very pleased with all the Weezer apperances...I voted for Pinkerton and I was pleasantly suprised to see how many others did too!
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Thriller is a great album.


just because every U2 album didn't dominate the top 10, doesn't mean other very influential artists didn't deserve some of the spots they garnered.

my only beef about nirvana is that i don't see how they really should've beat out just about everyone, and hell, even other beatles albums.
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