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James Leroy Wilson writes:

If one looks at the top 200 best-selling albums in American history:
wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_albums_in_the_United_States
one could perhaps see the benefit of recognition like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, "essential album lists" and the like. The Who and Creedence aren't on the list at all - not even for Greatest Hits. The Rolling Stones appear once, for Hot Rocks. Just two original Beatles albums appear (although five compilations also appear), whereas Shania Twain gets in three times.

To the public's credit, however, five original Led Zeppelin albums are on the list.

March 31, 2007 9:32 pm ET


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