Well, my albums include some hits, and lots of obscure blues, classical, rock (that never made the top 40) and gems from cut-out bins. I have an original "Buckingham and Nicks" that cost me less than $2 in a cut-out bin that predated their inclusion into Fleetwood Mac. I have two copies of Pure Prairie League (their first album) that never made it to CD. If you come to my house, you can successfully request to hear Johnny Winters' "Birds Don't Row Boats", or any of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos. Hippie? I don't know, but I'm certainly no neo-hippie. I tie-dyed my own T-shirts in the '60s, had to pass on Woodstock so I could keep my summer job in a veneer mill, and earned my pocket-money in college playing frat parties and buying, fixing, and selling guitars.I don't get how the number of albums means anything. The number of underground albums would mean something.
Knowing what underground means would be something.
They meant head hair.I was pretty much netting a 0 until I hit the question saying to add 2 points for every inch your hair is below your shoulders.