Okay! This is based on personal opinion and iTunes play counts.

Tim Finn - Tim Finn
Finn - The Finn Brothers
Together Alone - Crowded House
Altitude - ALT
Before & After - Tim Finn
Big Canoe - Tim Finn
Time & Tide - Split Enz
Imaginary Kingdom - Tim Finn
Feeding The Gods - Tim Finn
One Nil - Neil Finn (One All rates much lower - cut Don't Ask Why? Why!?)
Thanks for the replies. If we assign the following:
* 5 points to the most preferred album
* 4 points to the second most preferred
* 3 points to the third most preferred
* 2 points to the fourth most preferred
* 1 point to the fifth most preferred

...then the most popular albums in the forum are:

1. Together Alone (18 points)
2. Frenzy (7 points)
3. Before and After (7 points)
4. Woodface (6 points)
5. Everyone is Here (5 points)
6. Tim Finn (5 points)
7. Try Whistling This (5 points)
8. Finn (4 points)
9. Temple of Low Men (3 points)
10. Time and Tide (3 points)
11. Imaginary Kindom (3 points)
12. Mental Notes (3 points)
13. Farewell to the World (2 points)
14. Altitude (2 points)
15. Encore (1 point)
16. Crowded House (1 point)

Please post more top 5 lists - in order - and I will collate the results!
1. Together Alone
2. Temple of Low Men
3. Time and Tide
4. Try Whistling This
5. True Colours

Wow, what a terrific thoroughly thought-trancing T coincidence.

6. just happens to be Everyone is Here, though.

Maybe Time on Earth will climb the list?
Update:

1. Together Alone (30 points)
2. Frenzy (17 points)
3. Crowded House (15 points)
4. Woodface (14 points)
5. Everyone is Here (14 points)
6. Time and Tide (14 points)
7. Temple of Low Men (12 points)
8. Before and After (10 points)
9. Try Whistling This (7 points)
10. Tim Finn (5 points)
11. Imaginary Kingdom (5 points)
12. Dizrythmia (4 points)
13. Finn (4 points)
14. Imaginary Kindom (3 points)
15. Mental Notes (3 points)
16. Farewell to the World (2 points)
17. Altitude (2 points)
18. Encore (1 point)
19. Conflicting Emotions (1 point)
20. True Colours (1 point)
21. One Neil (1 point)
22. Escapade (1 point)
OK, I've had a long think about this one, so here goes for my Top 5:

1) Crowded House - Woodface
2) Split Enz - True Colours
3) Crowded House - Crowded House
4) Split Enz - Time & Tide
5) Tim Finn - Tim Finn

That was really difficult as it was more a case of what to leave out.
OK, I'm going to count them down so the best are at the bottom of the list! I think I got them all.

#25 Conflicting Emotions by Split Enz
#24 Corroborree by Split Enz
#23 Escapade by Tim Finn
#22 See Ya Round by Split Enz
#21 Mental Notes by Split Enz
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#20 Big Canoe by Tim Finn
#19 Time and Tide by Split Enz
#18 Tim Finn by Tim Finn
#17 Before and After by Tim Finn
#16 Frenzy by Split Enz
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#15 True Colours by Split Enz
#14 Finn by the Finn Brothers
#13 Second Thoughts by Split Enz
#12 Say It Is So by Tim Finn
#11 Try Whistling This by Neil Finn
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#10 Disrythmia by Split Enz
#9 Imaginary Kingdom by Tim Finn
#8 One Nil by Neil Finn
#7 Everyone is Here by the Finn Brothers
#6 Time on Earth by Crowded House
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#5 Feeding the Gods by Tim Finn
#4 Crowded House by Crowded House
#3 Temple of Low Men by Crowded House
#2 Woodface by Crowded House
#1 Together Alone by Crowded House

For me ... as of today ...here's my top 10 favorite Finn studio albums that I would take to that deserted island. 

1.  Together Alone - Crowded House
2.  Everyone Is Here - Finn Brothers 
3.  Woodface - Crowded House
4.  Out of Silence - Neil Finn 
5.  The Conversation - Tim Finn
6.  Try Whistling This - Neil Finn
7.  Time on Earth - Crowded House
8.  Mental Notes - Split Enz
9.  One All - Neil Finn
10. Finn - Finn Brothers

Shadowman posted:

Top five, leaving out Liams albums. Lightsleeper and the Nihilst rage really high 

  • the conversation
  • finn
  • pajama club
  • out of silence
  • Try whisteling this

 

 

Can I ask Why Pajama Club is 3rd? 

I'm not saying that you're wrong for having it, it's your opinion. I'm just curious to see what you see in it that others (including myself) don't.

I became a fan of Neil in 1997 just before all the solo releases. I was a big fan of the spirit of experimentation surrounding Try whisteling this and One Nil. But then Everone is here and the Crowded house reunion happened. As much as I like some of it, the experimental vibe was gone. No big left field stuff. The experiments that were there sounded dated to me, like on saturday sun. Your uncle trying a vocoder.
Then came Pajama club: an album with "elastic hearts". Great forward looking videos, weird songs. Noise, all the things I desperatly needed Neil to do. It ended a less interesting Neil phase, and started a new golden era. Which I hope will continue on his next stuff..

 

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