DOUBLE ALBUMS: Are these the 5 worst double albums ever?

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Neil McCormick ......

If one new album from your favourite band is a treat, how about two? I remember when Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti first came out in 1975. The sleeve alone promised so much, a graphic tenement block featuring cut-out windows, opening onto inner sleeves offering an interchangeable abundance of possibilities. It was an enticing visual metaphor for the content, four sides and 82 minutes of wide-ranging, free-flowing music from the heaviest band on the planet. Drop the needle on track one side one, there’s a slash and jerk of rhythm guitar, a weave of .....

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