There are some artists who over the years have released 20+ albums (as per a previous thread). A few of these albums are usually classics, however the rest of them are generally considered to be of average quality with some even being downright disappointments.
On the other hand, there are other artists who release maybe 6 or 7 albums throughout their career and either pass away or break up leaving behind them a legacy of mostly high quality material.
Which artists do you believe belong to the former category, and which do you think are associated with the latter?
What type of back catalogues do you prefer to own? The 20+ albums of average ranging quality, or the limited number of albums of exemplary material?
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