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From T Rex and The Clash to to Patti Smith and Iggy Pop, in the new issue of Uncut Magazine Edge selects the records he can't leave behind.

His first single was Slade's 'Cum On Feel The Noize'. The Beatle's
'A Hard Day's Night' was 'the record that made me want to play guitar'. 'The Idiot' by Iggy Pop 'restored my faith in music' while Secret Machines 'Now Here is Nowhere' was 'the last record I fell in love with'.

And the record he couldn't live without ? Bob Marley's Legend. To view Edge's selection, click the images.

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