Ubiquitous albums of the turn of the century POLL THREAD


#1

Name album. Build public poll with options of owned or not owned (in household, not personally)


#2

Moby - Play

  • Owned
  • Not owned

0 voters


#3

Dido - No Angel

  • Owned
  • Not Owned

0 voters


#4

David Gray - White Ladder

  • Owned
  • Not owned

0 voters


#5

Presumably we’re talking past or present?


#6

Macy Gray - On how life is

  • Owned
  • Not owned

0 voters


#7

Owned at the time, yes


#8

At The Drive-In - Relationship of Command

  • Owned
  • Sorry, I don’t like music

0 voters


#9

Important question here as I believe this thread is about albums owned within a household rather than owned personally right @Aggpass? If so, no, my mum didn’t own Relationship of Command


#10

Were you a member of your household, or did you sleep in the shed?


#11

Coldplay - Parachutes

  • Owned
  • Not owned

0 voters


#12

If you or your family owned it vote owned. But it’s not in the spirit of the thread really


#13

Don’t be a smart alec


#14

Ok, that’s what I thought, thanks for clarifying Aggsy.


#15

Anonymous for the shame?


#16

Literally don’t understand any other interpretation of this thread.


#17

Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP

  • Owned
  • Not owned

0 voters


#18

Craig David - Born To Do It

  • Owned
  • Not Owned

0 voters


#19

Always forget to tick the box. Lazy pollmaking.


#20

Well, it’s a thread about ubiquitous albums that could be found in your home but it was specified in the OP albums you yourself owned personally would not count.

The intentions outlined in the OP would have lead to a much more interesting thread but unfortunately people can’t follow simple instructions.