UltimateClassicRock.com has put together a list of the Top 10 Double Albums of All Time and they awarded the #1 spot to the Rolling Stones album, "Exile on Main St."

Here's the list:

1.)  "Exile on Main St.",  The Rolling Stones  (1972)

2.)  "Blonde on Blonde",  Bob Dylan  (1966)

3.)  "The Beatles (The White Album)",  The Beatles  (1968)

4.)  "Electric Ladyland",  The Jimi Hendrix Experience  (1968)

5.)  "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs",  Derek and the Dominos  (1970)

6.)  "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road",  Elton John  (1973)

7.)  "Physical Graffiti",  Led Zeppelin  (1975)

8.)  "The Wall",  Pink Floyd  (1979)

9.)  "Tommy",  The Who  (1969)

10.)  "Tusk",  Fleetwood Mac  (1979)

For brief write-ups on each of these albums, hit up UltimateClassicRock.com.

These albums are all from the '60s and '70s...when the idea of a "double album" was a little more of a big deal.  The list also avoided LIVE albums, and may have shied away from considering two albums by the same artist.

Which is maybe why The Who's "Quadrophenia" didn't make the cut.

What's your favorite double album?  Is there something else that SHOULD be on this list?  Is there anything from the past three decades that deserves to be included?

Off the top of my head, where's "London Calling" by The Clash?