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    Quote Originally Posted by Findus View Post
    I haven't seen these two mentioned. Pardon, if they have been.

    Orbital - In Sides
    Coil - Remote Viewer
    both are great, but neither is a true "double CD" album.

    The first release of Remote Viewer was a single CD, later rereleased with newer material on a second disc. In Sides, while released as a 3x LP, fit onto a single CD, and the second disc was material from Times Fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    starsuckers isn't on the fragile
    Neither was ripe for that matter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Findus View Post
    I haven't seen these two mentioned. Pardon, if they have been.

    Orbital - In Sides
    Coil - Remote Viewer
    Orbital - In Sides is brilliant, but is technically not a double album.
    The original releases are 1 disc, the USA releases have bonus discs.

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    Not trying to overrate or anything but i truly think that "Reflektor" by Arcade Fire, deserves a spot on the list!

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    NIN- The Fragile
    The Beatles- The Beatles (AKA The White Album)
    Pink Floyd- The Wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by RhettButler View Post
    NIN- The Fragile
    The Beatles- The Beatles (AKA The White Album)
    Pink Floyd- The Wall
    Whoa, careful throwing those radical polarizing opinions out around here.

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    Smashing Pumpkins- MCATIS

    There are a few double-albums, as in two records, that fit onto one CD. So I'd add these to the list:

    Guns N' Roses- Use Your Illusion I
    Guns N' Roses- Use Your Illusion II
    Guns N' Roses- Chinese Democracy
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience- Electric Ladyland
    The Velvet Underground- Live 1969 (released as two CDs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmd 5a View Post
    Swans- Soundtracks for the Blind, Swans Are Dead, The Seer
    Grouper- A I A
    Unwound- Leaves Turn Inside You
    these x 10... + have a nice life + nick cave's abattoir blues/the lyre of orpheus as far as what's been mentioned. as for two that haven't:







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    I don't know if it counts but it IS two cds...the prodigy's Experience Expanded.
    it's like a whole second prodigy experience album was found. it's perfect.

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    Tricky one because even the first issue of experience is like a comp, with the singles being swapped out for remixes.

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    I'm becoming increasinly interested in double albums where each album is a different style of music. Examples off the top of my head:

    Parov Stelar - The Demon Diaries
    Cypress Hill - Skull & Bones
    Alec Empire - Intelligence and Sacrifice
    Devin Townsend - Zē

    Can anyone think of other examples? No, The Fragile doesn't count.

    Oh, and yes, I'm aware of Angelic 2 the Core.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizfan View Post
    Can anyone think of other examples?
    In Your Honor by Foo Fighters?

    The Galilean Satellites by Rosetta
    Last edited by fillow; 07-22-2021 at 09:03 AM.

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    Not wildly different styles, but DJ Shadow's "Our Pathetic Age" has instrumentals on the first album and vocal tracks on the second album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizfan View Post
    Can anyone think of other examples? No, The Fragile doesn't count.
    David Sylvian // Gone To Earth (cover art by Russell Mills)
    Panopticon // The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness
    Death Grips // The Powers That B (debatable)

    Those first two are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    David Sylvian // Gone To Earth (cover art by Russell Mills)
    Panopticon // The Scars Of Man On The Once Nameless Wilderness
    Death Grips // The Powers That B (debatable)

    Those first two are great.
    Hahah, I love The Powers that B, and it could work in that regard. I was actually looking for that Panopticon album and completely forgot the title, thanks! I will check out the Sylvian one too, as well as the albums @fillow and @BRoswell recommended. Thanks, peeps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsai View Post
    E-40 - Element of Surprise
    I love that one. E-40 ist great.

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