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Two masterpiece albums in the same year? Of course you can!

A few decades ago there was a period in the great history of rock in which it could happen that a musician or a group released more than one album in the same year. And those records happened to be damn high quality. The Ultimate Classic Rock magazine has decided to draw up a ranking of 35 best pairs of rock albums released in the same year. Below we bring you the list of the top ten positions.

10 – Elton John, “Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player” and “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (read the review here) (1973)

9 – Black Sabbath, “Black Sabbath” and “Paranoid” (read the review here) (1970)

8 – Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are a-Changin'” and “Another Side of Bob Dylan” (1964)

7 – Yes, “The Yes Album” and “Fragile” (1971)

6 – Creedence Clearwater Revival, “Green River” and “Willy and the Poor Boys” (1969)

5 – David Bowie, “Low” and “Heroes” (1977)

4 – Jimi Hendrix, “Are You Experienced?” and “Axis: Bold as Love” (1967)

3 – Beatles, “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band” (read the review here) and “Magical Mystery Tour” (1967)

2 – Bob Dylan, “Bringing It All Back Home” and “Highway 61 Revisited” (read the review here) (1965)

1 – Beatles, “Help!” and “Rubber Soul” (1965)