Album which you have listened to most?

We all have favourites and we all keep going back to them every now and then. Some maybe permanently lying next to our systems and have been for years.

Is there an album or two or three at the most which gets most of your attention and is played on your system most often? Not necessarily the best sounding but the one which you are emotionally attached to.

I thought I would ask for a single album but to make it easier for all you may name three of them.

If you have have had the album for more than five years, it qualifies for inclusion here.

The reason I decided to post this message is because I am interested in buying something interesting and if there are only ten people responding it means 30 albums for me to be on the lookout for.

Thanks a lot for your input (if you have read this far I know you will post your three albums also) :-)
As of late I have been listening to alot of early Neil Young. Can't seem to stop.....
Have you caught Jimmy Fallon's Neil Young impersonation?
He does a good job--AND his show is possibly the best thing to happen to Late Night TV USA, since a young Johhny Carson took over in 1962.

As to music I've listened to most?
Without a doubt, the most talented singer (female) in the world today...Renee Olstead--she's remarkable.

Good listening,
Kbarkamian, going to my friend's house after school in junior high to play Frogger on the Commodore 64 while listening to "Ride the Lightning" quickly went from routine to tradition. The album is hardly ever mentioned, it seems, and "Fade to Black" always takes a fourth seat to subsequent slow jams. It ain't right.
Larry, I have not seen his NY impersonation, and honestly have not watched his program. I might check it out sometime. I will definitely "Groove Shark" Renee Olstead, because with your music recommendation, I have to. FYI, since my NY post, I have been listening to recordings by Miles Davis and Roy Hargrove. Always good to hear from you....MrD

Caught Fallons NY impersonation. Agree he did a very good job. I think Crosby and Nash thought so as well, judging by the smirks on their faces.