The Number Seven

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    The Number Seven

    What artists have used the number "7" in the title of their seventh album?  

    Please give album name.   Thanks.  :)

    NOTE: It's okay to count compilation or live albums.   
     
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    Steppenwolf 7
     
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    Chicago VII

    Possibly the Moody Blues (not sure if Seventh Sojourn is actually their seventh album)
     
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    Moody Blues Seventh Sojourn
     
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    The mighty Steppenwolf!
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut

    Nice.   I just revised and asked for album name, too.    Thanks.   :)  

    NO hints will be given.  There are more yet to be named (as I am sure you are all aware).    :)

     
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    Iron Maiden - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son ?
     
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    One of my favorites albums is:

    Bob Seger-'Seven'
     
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    I was going to say Duran Duran 'Seven and the Ragged Tiger'...but it's their 3rd album....I guess it doesn't count.
     
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    Chicago VII Possibly the Moody Blues (not sure if Seventh Sojourn is actually their seventh album)
    Posted by gerbs

    It is.  Nice going.  It appears to be their 8th, but apparently they don't count their first release since the band was comprised of an entirely different lineup.  T
    They start the count of the "real" Moody Blues with album #2.   

    So HFX got it, too.  

     
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    Iron Maiden - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son ?
    Posted by MattyScornD


    Yeah - this was their 7th album.   
     
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    One of my favorites albums is: Bob Seger-'Seven'
    Posted by ZILLAGOD

    You already know you're right, so I don't need to confirm.  :)


    BTW, there is one by one of your favorite rocker ladies.  You'd have to know her catalogue pretty well to know the name of it, though.  

     
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    In Response to Re: The Number Seven : You already know you're right, so I don't need to confirm.  :) BTW, there is one by one of your favorite rocker ladies.  You'd have to know her catalogue pretty well to know the name of it, though.  
    Posted by yogafriend


    Sorry, I wasn't aware that we were having a contest...

    ...but, the answer is 'Seven The Hard Way' , by Pat Benatar.

    Yes, I know her catalogue very well. I own every one.

    Next To Grace Slick and Joni Mitchell, Pat Benatar is my #3. Although I could make a strong case for Carly Simon, Melissa Etheridge, Suzanne Vega and Tracy Chapman.
     
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    In Response to Re: The Number Seven : Sorry, I wasn't aware that we were having a contest... ...but, the answer is 'Seven The Hard Way' , by Pat Benatar. Yes, I know her catalogue very well. I own every one. Next To Grace Slick and Joni Mitchell, Pat Benatar is my #3. Although I could make a strong case for Carly Simon, Melissa Etheridge, Suzanne Vega and Tracy Chapman.
    Posted by ZILLAGOD

    Easy one for you, Zilla.  :)   :D

    I assumed Pat Benatar was in your top 5 -- should have known you'd have the answer on the tip of your green tongue.   :)

    We have contests without the "con" -- just tests  -- of amazing / total recall.   
    Nice going.  

     
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