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since I have a background image behind the table, faking it with white padding wouldn't work. I opted to put an empty row in-between each row of content:

<tr class="spacer"><td></td></tr>

then use css to give the spacer rows a certain height and transparent background.

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You have table with id albums with any data... I have omitted the trs and tds

<table id="albums" cellspacing="0">       
</table>

In the css:

table#albums 
{
    border-collapse:separate;
    border-spacing:0 5px;
}
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In the parent table, try setting

border-collapse:separate; 
border-spacing:5em;

Plus a border declaration, and see if this achieves your desired effect. Beware, though, that IE doesn't support the "separated borders" model.

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