Are there any double albums that would NOT have been better as a single disc?

Haggis

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If there are, I can't think of them.

Perhaps I'm wrong? :conf

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Pink Floyd - The Wall, The Division Bell, The Delicate Sound of Thunder, Pulse (actually a quadruple album).

Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive.

Brant Bjork - Jalamanta, Saved By Magic.

Foo Fighters - The Colour & Shape.
 

WaltzingMatilda

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There’s no such thing, the more the better

although that’s why maybe I prefer CDs these days, you can always just skip songs & you get the benefit of a shitload of add Ons, demos, live tracks, different versions, bonus tracks etc etc

Although I have a coup,e of hundred vinyl Albums I can’t for the life of me bother to buy the expensive fuckers these days unless it’s something I’ve wanted for years & it hasn’t been released on CD


But errrrrrrrr no,NO I can’t think of one :hat
 
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Guns and Roses lose your illusion 1 and 2 could have avoided being a double album if they stuck to their original music and not padded it out with covers.
 
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