Having heard all his albums at least twice through, I think my list would go something like this: 1) O Lucky Man! - What more needs to be said about this album than has already been said? A dazzling work. 2) Between Today & Yesterday - You can really feel the heart and soul he obviously poured into this one. Favorites: "Under the Sun," "Angel Eyes," "Dream of Delight" 3) Metropolitan Man - This one might actually be tied with BT&Y; it's just so much fun! Favorites: "Papers," "Mama Divine," "Sweet P" (probably my favorite Price song ever!) 4) Alan Price - Lots of catchy pop songs mixed with some more melancholy fair. Favorites: "I Wanna Dance," "Let Yourself Go" 5) England My England - Similar to AP, but slightly less memorable. Favorites: "This Ain't Your Lucky Day, "Citizens of the World Unite" 6) Rising Sun - Not bad at all, but most of it is standard Price. Favorites: Title track (though it can't hold a candle to the original Animals version), "Perfect Lady" 7) Shouts Across the Street - Alan's least interesting album. There's more of a variety of styles on display here, but not a whole lot of memorable tunes, I'm sorry to say. Favorites: "Leave It All To Me" if I had to pick one. Now, all of these ratings are in comparison to the rest of Price's work. NONE of these albums are bad by any means, but I judged them relative to one another, you know? (And true enough, I do not yet own his two Alan Price Set albums or "A Gigster's Life for Me," nor have I given much of a listen to "A Rock & Roll Night At the Royal Court." I'll rank them soon.) How about everybody else? What're your favorite Alan Price albums?