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    Default Rolling Stone's 500 greatest albums of all time

    1) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, (The Beatles)
    2) Pet Sounds (The Beach Boys)
    3) Revolver (The Beatles)
    4) Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
    5) Rubber Soul (The Beatles)
    6) What's Going on (Marvin Gaye)
    7) Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones)
    8) London Calling (The Clash)
    9) Blonde on Blonde (Bob Dylan)
    10) The Beatles (The Beatles)
    11) The Sun Sessions (Elvis Presley)
    12) Kind of Blue (Miles Davis)
    13) The Velvet Underground & Nico (The Velvet Underground)
    14) Abbey Road (The Beatles)
    15) Are You Experienced (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
    16) Blood on the Tracks (Bob Dylan)
    17) Nevermind (Nirvana)
    18) Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen)
    19) Astral Weeks (Van Morrison)
    20) Thriller (Michael Jackson)
    21) The Great Twenty-Eight (Chuck Berry)
    22) John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (John Lennon)
    23) Innervisions (Stevie Wonder)
    24) Live at the Apollo (James Brown)
    25) Rumours (Fleetwood Mac)
    26) The Joshua Tree (U2)
    27) King of the Delta Blues Singers (Robert Johnson)
    28) Who's Next (The Who)
    29) Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin)
    30) Blue (Joni Mitchell)
    31) Bringing It All Back Home (Bob Dylan)
    32) Let It Bleed (The Rolling Stones)
    33) The Ramones (Ramones)
    34) Music From Big Pink (The Band)
    35) The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (David Bowie)
    36) Tapestry (Carole King)
    37) Hotel California (Eagles)
    38) The Anthology, 1947 - 1972 (Muddy Waters)
    39) Please Please Me (The Beatles)
    40) Forever Changes (Love)
    41) Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols (Sex Pistols)
    42) The Doors (The Doors)
    43) Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd)
    44) Horses (Patti Smith)
    45) The Band (The Band)
    46) Legend (Bob Marley and The Wailers)
    47) A Love Supreme (John Coltrane)
    48) It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (Public Enemy)
    49) At Fillmore East (The Allman Brothers Band)
    50) Here's Little Richard (Little Richard)
    51) Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon e Garfunkel)
    52) Greatest Hits (Al Green)
    53) The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings (Ray Charles)
    54) Electric Ladyland (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
    55) Elvis Presley (Elvis Presley)
    56) Songs in the Key of Life (Stevie Wonder)
    57) Beggars Banquet (The Rolling Stones)
    58) Trout Mask Replica (Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band)
    59) Meet the Beatles (The Beatles)
    60) Greatest Hits (Sly and the Family Stone)
    61) Appetite for Destruction (Guns N' Roses)
    62) Achtung Baby (U2)
    63) Sticky Fingers (The Rolling Stones)
    64) Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958 - 1969) (Various Artists)
    65) Moondance (Van Morrison)
    66) Led Zeppelin IV (Led Zeppelin)
    67) The Stranger (Billy Joel)
    68) Off the Wall (Michael Jackson)
    69) Superfly (Curtis Mayfield)
    70) Physical Graffiti (Led Zeppelin)
    71) After the Gold Rush (Neil Young)
    72) Purple Rain (Prince)
    73) Back in Black (AC/DC)
    74) Otis Blue (Otis Redding)
    75) Led Zeppelin II (Led Zeppelin)
    76) Imagine (John Lennon)
    77) The Clash (The Clash)
    78) Harvest (Neil Young)
    79) Star Time (James Brown)
    80) Odessey and Oracle (The Zombies)
    81) Graceland (Paul Simon)
    82) Axis: Bold as Love (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
    83) I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (Aretha Franklin)
    84) Lady Soul (Aretha Franklin)
    85) Born in the U.S.A. (Bruce Springsteen)
    86) Let it Be (The Beatles)
    87) The Wall (Pink Floyd)
    88) At Folsom Prison (Johnny Cash)
    89) Dusty in Memphis (Dusty Springfield)
    90) Talking Book (Stevie Wonder)
    91) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John)
    92) 20 Golden Greats (Buddy Holly)
    93) Sign 'o' the Times (Prince)
    94) Bitches Brew (Miles Davis)
    95) Green River (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
    96) Tommy (The Who)
    97) The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan)
    98) This Year's Model (Elvis Costello)
    99) There's a Riot Goin' On (Sly and the Family Stone)
    100) In the Wee Small Hours (Frank Sinatra)
    101) Fresh Cream (Cream)
    102) Giant Steps (John Coltrane)
    103) Sweet Baby James (James Taylor)
    104) Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (Ray Charles)
    105) Rocket to Russia (Ramones)
    106) Portrait of a Legend 1951 - 1964 (Sam Cooke)
    107) Hunky Dory (David Bowie)
    108) Aftermath (The Rolling Stones)
    109) Loaded (The Velvet Underground)
    110) The Bends (Radiohead)
    111) Court and Spark (Joni Mitchell)
    112) Disraeli Gears (Cream)
    113) The Who Sell Out (The Who)
    114) Out of Our Heads (The Rolling Stones)
    115) Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek and the Dominos)
    116) At Last! (Etta James)
    117) Sweetheart of the Rodeo (The Byrds)
    118) Stand! (Sly and the Family Stone)
    119) The Harder They Come Original Soundtrack (Various Artists)
    120) Raising Hell (Run-DMC)
    121) Moby Grape (Moby Grape)
    122) Pearl (Janis Joplin)
    123) Catch a Fire (Bob Marley e The Wailers)
    124) Younger Than Yesterday (The Byrds)
    125) Raw Power (The Stooges)
    126) Remain in Light (Talking Heads)
    127) If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears (The Mamas and the Papas)
    128) Marquee Moon (Television)
    129) 40 Greatest Hits (Hank Williams)
    130) Paranoid (Black Sabbath)
    131) Saturday Night Fever Original Soundtrack (Various Artists)
    132) The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle (Bruce Springsteen)
    133) Ready to Die (The Notorious B.I.G.)
    134) Slanted and Enchanted (Pavement)
    135) Greatest Hits (Elton John)
    136) Tim (album Replacements) (The Replacements)
    137) The Chronic (Dr. Dre)
    138) Rejuvenation (The Meters)
    139) All That You Can't Leave Behind (U2)
    140) Parallel Lines (Blondie)
    141) Live at the Regal (B.B. King)
    142) Phil Spector, A Christmas Gift for You (Various Artists)
    143) Gris-Gris (Dr. John)
    144) Straight Outta Compton (N.W.A.)
    145) Aja (Steely Dan)
    146) Surrealistic Pillow (Jefferson Airplane)
    147) Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology (Otis Redding)
    148) Deja Vu (Crosby Stills Nash and Young)
    149) Houses of the Holy (Led Zeppelin)
    150) Santana (Santana)
    151) Darkness on the Edge of Town (Bruce Springsteen)
    152) The B-52's (The B-52's)
    153) Moanin' in the Moonlight (Howlin' Wolf)
    154) The Low End Theory (A Tribe Called Quest)
    155) Pretenders (The Pretenders)
    156) Paul's Boutique (Beastie Boys)
    157) Closer (Joy Division)
    158) Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (Elton John)
    159) Alive! (KISS)
    160) Electric Warrior (T-Rex)
    161) The Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding)
    162) OK Computer (Radiohead)
    163) 1999 (Prince)
    164) Heart Like a Wheel (Linda Ronstadt)
    165) Let's Get It on (Marvin Gaye)
    166) Imperial Bedroom (Elvis Costello)
    167) Master of Puppets (Metallica)
    168) My Aim Is True (Elvis Costello)
    169) Exodus (Bob Marley)
    170) Live at Leeds (The Who)
    171) The Notorious Byrd Brothers (The Byrds)
    172) Every Picture Tells a Story (Rod Stewart)
    173) Something/Anything? (Todd Rundgren)
    174) Desire (Bob Dylan)
    175) Close to You (The Carpenters)
    176) Rocks (Aerosmith)
    177) One Nation Under a Groove (Parliament/Funkadelic)
    178) Greatest Hits (The Byrds)
    179) The Anthology 1961 - 1977 (Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions)
    180) The Definitive Collection (ABBA)
    181) The Rolling Stones, Now! (The Rolling Stones)
    182) Natty Dread (Bob Marley and The Wailers)
    183) Fleetwood Mac (Fleetwood Mac)
    184) Red Headed Stranger (Willie Nelson)
    185) The Stooges (The Stooges)
    186) Fresh (Sly and the Family Stone)
    187) So (Peter Gabriel)
    188) Buffalo Springfield Again (Buffalo Springfield)
    189) Happy Trails (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
    190) From Elvis in Memphis (Elvis Presley)
    191) Fun House (The Stooges)
    192) The Gilded Palace of Sin (The Flying Burrito Brothers)
    193) Dookie (Green Day)
    194) Transformer (Lou Reed)
    195) Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers con Eric Clapton)
    196) Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 (Various Artists)
    197) Murmur (R.E.M.)
    198) The Best of (Little Walter)
    199) Highway to Hell (AC/DC)
    200) The Downward Spiral (Nine Inch Nails)
    201) Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (Simon e Garfunkel)
    202) Bad (Michael Jackson)
    203) Wheels of Fire (Cream)
    204) Dirty Mind (Prince)
    205) Abraxas (Santana)
    206) Tea for the Tillerman (Cat Stevens)
    207) Ten (Pearl Jam)
    208) Everybody Knows This is Nowhere (Neil Young con Crazy Horse)
    209) Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
    210) Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (Pavement)
    211) Tattoo You (The Rolling Stones)
    212) Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner (Ike and Tina Turner)
    213) New York Dolls (New York Dolls)
    214) Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley)
    215) Two Steps From the Blues (Bobby Bland)
    216) The Queen Is Dead (The Smiths)
    217) Licensed to Ill (Beastie Boys)
    218) Look-Ka Py Py (The Meters)
    219) Loveless (My Bloody Valentine)
    220) New Orleans Piano (Professor Longhair)
    221) War (U2)
    222) The Neil Diamond Collection (Neil Diamond)
    223) Howlin' Wolf (Howlin' Wolf)
    224) Nebraska (Bruce Springsteen)
    225) The Complete Hank Williams (Hank Williams)
    226) Doolittle (Pixies)
    227) Paid in Full (Eric B. & Rakim)
    228) Toys in the Attic (Aerosmith)
    229) Nick of Time (Bonnie Raitt)
    230) A Night at the Opera (Queen)
    231) The Kink Kronikles (The Kinks)
    232) Mr. Tambourine Man (The Byrds)
    233) Bookends (Simon and Garfunkel)
    234) The Ultimate Collection (Patsy Cline)
    235) Mr. Excitement! (Jackie Wilson)
    236) The Who Sings My Generation (The Who)
    237) Like a Prayer (Madonna)
    238) Can't Buy a Thrill (Steely Dan)
    239) Let it Be (The Replacements) (The Replacements)
    240) Run-DMC (Run-DMC)
    241) Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath)
    242) The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler! (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    243) Freak Out! (The Mothers of Invention)
    244) Live/Dead (Grateful Dead)
    245) Bryter Layter (Nick Drake)
    246) The Shape of Jazz to Come (Ornette Coleman)
    247) Automatic for the People (R.E.M.)
    248) Reasonable Doubt (Jay-Z)
    249) Low (David Bowie)
    250) The River (Bruce Springsteen)
    251) The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul (Otis Redding)
    252) Metallica (Metallica)
    253) Trans-Europe Express (Kraftwerk)
    254) Whitney Houston (Whitney Houston)
    255) The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (The Kinks)
    256) The Velvet Rope (Janet Jackson)
    257) Stardust (Willie Nelson)
    258) American Beauty (Grateful Dead)
    259) Crosby Stills and Nash (Crosby Stills and Nash)
    260) Buena Vista Social Club (Buena Vista Social Club)
    261) Tracy Chapman (Tracy Chapman)
    262) Workingman's Dead (Grateful Dead)
    263) The Genius of Ray Charles (Ray Charles)
    264) Child Is Father to the Man (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
    265) Cosmo's Factory (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
    266) Quadrophenia (The Who)
    267) There Goes Rhymin' Simon (Paul Simon)
    268) Psycho Candy (The Jesus and Mary Chain)
    269) Some Girls (The Rolling Stones)
    270) The Beach Boys Today! (The Beach Boys)
    271) Going to a Go-Go (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles)
    272) Nightbirds (Labelle)
    273) The Slim Shady LP (Eminem)
    274) Mothership Connection (Parliament)
    275) Rhythm Nation 1814 (Janet Jackson)
    276) Anthology of American Folk Music (Harry Smith)
    277) Aladdin Sane (David Bowie)
    278) The Immaculate Collection (Madonna)
    279) My Life (Mary J. Blige)
    280) Folk Singer (Muddy Waters)
    281) Can't Get Enough (Barry White)
    282) The Cars (The Cars)
    283) Five Leaves Left (Nick Drake)
    284) Music of My Mind (Stevie Wonder)
    285) I'm Still in Love With You (Al Green)
    286) Los Angeles (X)
    287) Anthem of the Sun (Grateful Dead)
    288) Something Else by the Kinks (The Kinks)
    289) Call Me (Al Green)
    290) Talking Heads: 77 (Talking Heads)
    291) The Basement Tapes (Bob Dylan e The Band)
    292) White Light, White Heat (The Velvet Underground)
    293) Greatest Hits (Simon e Garfunkel)
    294) Kick Out the Jams (MC5)
    295) Meat Is Murder (The Smiths)
    296) We're Only In It For the Money (The Mothers of Invention)
    297) Weezer (Blue Album) (Weezer)
    298) Master of Reality (Black Sabbath)
    299) Coat of Many Colors (Dolly Parton)
    300) Fear of a Black Planet (Public Enemy)
    301) John Wesley Harding (Bob Dylan)
    302) The Marshall Mathers LP (Eminem)
    303) Grace (Jeff Buckley)
    304) Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (Lucinda Williams)
    305) Odelay (Beck)
    306) Songs for Swingin' Lovers (Frank Sinatra)
    307) Avalon (Roxy Music)
    308) The Sun Records Collection (Various Artists)
    309) Nothing's Shocking (Jane's Addiction)
    310) Blood Sugar Sex Magik (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
    311) MTV Unplugged in New York (Nirvana)
    312) The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (Lauryn Hill)
    313) Damn the Torpedoes (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
    314) The Velvet Underground (The Velvet Underground)
    315) Surfer Rosa (Pixies)
    316) Rock Steady (No Doubt)
    317) The Eminem Show (Eminem)
    318) Back Stabbers (The O'Jays)
    319) Burnin' (Bob Marley and The Wailers)
    320) Pink Moon (Nick Drake)
    321) Sail Away (Randy Newman)
    322) Ghost in the Machine (The Police)
    323) Station to Station (David Bowie)
    324) The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt (Linda Ronstadt)
    325) Slowhand (Eric Clapton)
    326) Disintegration (The Cure)
    327) Jagged Little Pill (Alanis Morissette)
    328) Exile in Guyville (Liz Phair)
    329) Daydream Nation (Sonic Youth)
    330) In the Jungle Groove (James Brown)
    331) Tonight's the Night (Neil Young)
    332) Lateralus (Tool)
    333) Shoot Out the Lights (Richard and Linda Thompson)
    334) Wild Gift (X)
    335) Squeezing Out Sparks (Graham Parker)
    336) Superunknown (Soundgarden)
    337) Aqualung (Jethro Tull)
    338) Cheap Thrills (Big Brother and the Holding Company)
    339) The Heart of Saturday Night (Tom Waits)
    340) Damaged (Black Flag)
    341) Play (Moby)
    342) Violator (Depeche Mode)
    343) Bat Out of Hell (Meat Loaf)
    344) Berlin (Lou Reed)
    345) Stop Making Sense (Talking Heads)
    346) 3 Feet High and Rising (De La Soul)
    347) The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (Pink Floyd)
    348) At Newport 1960 (Muddy Waters)
    349) Roger the Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down) (The Yardbirds)
    350) Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young and Crazy Horse)
    351) Brothers in Arms (Dire Straits)
    352) 52nd Street (Billy Joel)
    353) Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds (The Yardbirds)
    354) 12 Songs (Randy Newman)
    355) Between the Buttons (The Rolling Stones)
    356) Sketches of Spain (Miles Davis)
    357) Honky Chateau (Elton John)
    358) Singles Going Steady (Buzzcocks)
    359) Stankonia (Outkast)
    360) Siamese Dream (The Smashing Pumpkins)
    361) Substance 1987 (New Order)
    362) L.A. Woman (The Doors)
    363) Ray of Light (Madonna)
    364) American Recordings (Johnny Cash)
    365) Louder Than Bombs (The Smiths)
    366) Mott (Mott the Hoople)
    367) Is This It (The Strokes)
    368) Rage Against the Machine (Rage Against the Machine)
    369) Reggatta de Blanc (The Police)
    370) Volunteers (Jefferson Airplane)
    371) Siren (Roxy Music)
    372) Late for the Sky (Jackson Browne)
    373) Post (Bjrk)
    374) Eagles (album) (Eagles)
    375) The Ultimate Collection (1948 - 1990) (John Lee Hooker)
    376) (What's the Story) Morning Glory? (Oasis)
    377) CrazySexyCool (TLC)
    378) Funky Kingston (Toots and the Maytals)
    379) Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (Bruce Springsteen)
    380) Sunflower (The Beach Boys)
    381) Modern Lovers (Modern Lovers)
    382) More Songs About Buildings and Food (Talking Heads)
    383) A Quick One (Happy Jack) (The Who)
    384) Pyromania (Def Leppard)
    385) Pretzel Logic (Steely Dan)
    386) Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers (Wu-Tang Clan)
    387) Country Life (Roxy Music)
    388) A Hard Day's Night (The Beatles)
    389) The End of the Innocence (Don Henley)
    390) Elephant (The White Stripes)
    391) The Pretender (Jackson Browne)
    392) Willy and the Poor Boys (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
    393) Good Old Boys (Randy Newman)
    394) For Your Pleasure (Roxy Music)
    395) Blue Lines (Massive Attack)
    396) Eliminator (ZZ Top)
    397) Rain Dogs (Tom Waits)
    398) Anthology (Temptations album) (The Temptations)
    399) Californication (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
    400) Illmatic (Nas)
    401) (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd) (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
    402) Dr. John's Gumbo (Dr. John)
    403) Radio City (Big Star)
    404) Sandinista! (The Clash)
    405) Rid of Me (PJ Harvey)
    406) I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got (Sinad O'Connor)
    407) Strange Days (The Doors)
    408) Time Out of Mind (Bob Dylan)
    409) 461 Ocean Boulevard (Eric Clapton)
    410) Pink Flag (Wire)
    411) Double Nickels on the Dime (The Minutemen)
    412) Mezzanine (Massive Attack)
    413) Beauty and the Beat (The Go-Go's)
    414) Greatest Hits (James Brown)
    415) Van Halen (Van Halen)
    416) Mule Variations (Tom Waits)
    417) Boy (U2)
    418) Band on the Run (Paul McCartney & Wings)
    419) Dummy (Portishead)
    420) With the Beatles (The Beatles)
    421) The "Chirping" Crickets (Buddy Holly and the Crickets)
    422) The Best of the Girl Groups (Volumes 1 and 2)
    423) Greatest Hits (The Mamas and the Papas)
    424) King of the Delta Blues Singers (Vol. 2)
    425) Changesone (David Bowie)
    426) The Battle of Los Angeles (Rage Against the Machine)
    427) Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica (The Ronettes)
    428) Kid A (Radiohead)
    429) Grievous Angel (Gram Parsons)
    430) At Budokan (Cheap Trick)
    431) Anthology (Diana Ross and The Supremes)
    432) Sleepless (Peter Wolf)
    433) Another Green World (Brian Eno)
    434) Outlandos d'Amour (The Police)
    435) To Bring You My Love (PJ Harvey)
    436) Here Come The Warm Jets (Brian Eno)
    437) All Things Must Pass (George Harrison)
    438) Number 1 Record (Big Star)
    439) In Utero (Nirvana)
    440) Sea Change (Beck)
    441) Tragic Kingdom (No Doubt)
    442) Boys Don't Cry (The Cure)
    443) Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 (Sam Cooke)
    444) Criminal Minded (Boogie Down Productions)
    445) Rum Sodomy and the Lash (The Pogues)
    446) Suicide (Suicide)
    447) Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (Devo)
    448) In Color (Cheap Trick)
    449) The World Is a Ghetto (War)
    450) Fly Like an Eagle (Steve Miller Band)
    451) Back in the USA (MC5)
    452) Music (Madonna)
    453) Ritual de lo Habitual (Jane's Addiction)
    454) Getz/Gilberto (Stan Getz and Joo Gilberto Featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim)
    455) Synchronicity (The Police)
    456) Third/Sister Lovers (Big Star)
    457) For Everyman (Jackson Browne)
    458) John Prine (John Prine)
    459) Strictly Business (EPMD)
    460) Love It to Death (Alice Cooper)
    461) How Will the Wolf Survive? (Los Lobos)
    462) Here, My Dear (Marvin Gaye)
    463) Tumbleweed Connection (Elton John)
    464) The Blueprint (Jay-Z)
    465) Golden Hits (The Drifters)
    466) Live Through This (Hole)
    467) Love and Theft (Bob Dylan)
    468) Elton John (Elton John)
    469) Metal Box (Public Image Ltd.)
    470) Document (R.E.M.)
    471) Heaven Up Here (Echo and the Bunnymen)
    472) Hysteria (Def Leppard)
    473) A Rush of Blood to the Head (Coldplay)
    474) Live in Europe (Otis Redding)
    475) Tunnel of Love (Bruce Springsteen)
    476) The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
    477) The Score (Fugees)
    478) Radio (LL Cool J)
    479) I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (Richard and Linda Thompson)
    480) Faith (George Michael)
    481) The Smiths (The Smiths)
    482) Armed Forces (Elvis Costello and the Attractions)
    483) Life After Death (The Notorious B.I.G.)
    484) Branded Man (Merle Haggard)
    485) All Time Greatest Hits (Loretta Lynn)
    486) Maggot Brain (Funkadelic)
    487) Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (The Smashing Pumpkins)
    488) Voodoo (D'Angelo)
    489) Guitar Town (Steve Earle)
    490) Entertainment! (Gang of Four)
    491) All the Young Dudes (Mott the Hoople)
    492) Vitalogy (Pearl Jam)
    493) That's the Way of the World (Earth, Wind and Fire)
    494) She's So Unusual (Cyndi Lauper)
    495) New Day Rising (Hsker D)
    496) Destroyer (KISS)
    497) Yo! Bum Rush the Show (Public Enemy)
    498) Tres Hombres (ZZ Top)
    499) Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King)
    500) Touch (Eurythmics)



    Hmm...there are some albums conspicuously missing...other than that it is a pretty good list.

    What albums do you think should've been on this list?

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    Also, is this a new list or is this the one they released a while ago?
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    white power?!

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    wtf at 87) The Wall (Pink Floyd)

    and did i see rythm nation on that list?
    I miss Bill Hicks.

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    This list is old, unless it was updated. which I doubt. Did you snag this from the book they made of it?

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    Ok first off how can you take any list seriously that has greatest hits albums on it.
    secondly what the fuck with the beatles getting three out of the top five spots.

    WTF at no In The Aeroplane Over The Sea?

    175) Close to You (The Carpenters) HAHHAHAHAHHAHAHA

    and how the FUCK did EVERY Eminem album make that list.
    I miss Bill Hicks.

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    the fact that In Utero is #439 proves this list is just complete bullshit...who the hell cares what they think.

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    is it bad that I've only heard of 5 or 6 bands/artists on that list?
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    It's also patently untrue.
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    you got me.
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    36) Tapestry (Carole King)
    49) At Fillmore East (The Allman Brothers Band)
    67) The Stranger (Billy Joel)
    103) Sweet Baby James (James Taylor)
    108) Aftermath (The Rolling Stones)
    111) Court and Spark (Joni Mitchell)
    115) Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek and the Dominos)
    116) At Last! (Etta James)
    120) Raising Hell (Run-DMC)
    121) Moby Grape (Moby Grape)
    122) Pearl (Janis Joplin)
    127) If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears (The Mamas and the Papas)
    132) The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle (Bruce Springsteen)
    135) Greatest Hits (Elton John)
    141) Live at the Regal (B.B. King)
    142) Phil Spector, A Christmas Gift for You (Various Artists)
    143) Gris-Gris (Dr. John)
    145) Aja (Steely Dan)
    148) Deja Vu (Crosby Stills Nash and Young)
    150) Santana (Santana)
    151) Darkness on the Edge of Town (Bruce Springsteen)
    158) Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (Elton John)
    172) Every Picture Tells a Story (Rod Stewart)
    173) Something/Anything? (Todd Rundgren)
    175) Close to You (The Carpenters)
    178) Greatest Hits (The Byrds)
    183) Fleetwood Mac (Fleetwood Mac)
    184) Red Headed Stranger (Willie Nelson)
    188) Buffalo Springfield Again (Buffalo Springfield)
    189) Happy Trails (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
    190) From Elvis in Memphis (Elvis Presley)
    192) The Gilded Palace of Sin (The Flying Burrito Brothers)
    195) Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers con Eric Clapton)
    198) The Best of (Little Walter)
    202) Bad (Michael Jackson)
    212) Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner (Ike and Tina Turner)
    214) Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley)
    215) Two Steps From the Blues (Bobby Bland)
    218) Look-Ka Py Py (The Meters)
    220) New Orleans Piano (Professor Longhair)
    222) The Neil Diamond Collection (Neil Diamond)
    225) The Complete Hank Williams (Hank Williams)
    229) Nick of Time (Bonnie Raitt)
    235) Mr. Excitement! (Jackie Wilson)
    237) Like a Prayer (Madonna)
    238) Can't Buy a Thrill (Steely Dan)
    240) Run-DMC (Run-DMC)
    242) The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler! (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    250) The River (Bruce Springsteen)
    254) Whitney Houston (Whitney Houston)
    256) The Velvet Rope (Janet Jackson)
    257) Stardust (Willie Nelson)
    258) American Beauty (Grateful Dead)
    259) Crosby Stills and Nash (Crosby Stills and Nash)
    261) Tracy Chapman (Tracy Chapman)
    262) Workingman's Dead (Grateful Dead)
    264) Child Is Father to the Man (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
    270) The Beach Boys Today! (The Beach Boys)
    271) Going to a Go-Go (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles)
    272) Nightbirds (Labelle)
    275) Rhythm Nation 1814 (Janet Jackson)
    279) My Life (Mary J. Blige)
    280) Folk Singer (Muddy Waters)
    281) Can't Get Enough (Barry White)
    287) Anthem of the Sun (Grateful Dead)
    299) Coat of Many Colors (Dolly Parton)
    301) John Wesley Harding (Bob Dylan)
    306) Songs for Swingin' Lovers (Frank Sinatra)
    308) The Sun Records Collection (Various Artists)
    312) The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (Lauryn Hill)
    313) Damn the Torpedoes (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
    316) Rock Steady (No Doubt)
    318) Back Stabbers (The O'Jays)
    319) Burnin' (Bob Marley and The Wailers)
    321) Sail Away (Randy Newman)
    324) The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt (Linda Ronstadt)
    325) Slowhand (Eric Clapton)
    330) In the Jungle Groove (James Brown)
    333) Shoot Out the Lights (Richard and Linda Thompson)
    335) Squeezing Out Sparks (Graham Parker)
    337) Aqualung (Jethro Tull)
    338) Cheap Thrills (Big Brother and the Holding Company)
    339) The Heart of Saturday Night (Tom Waits)
    343) Bat Out of Hell (Meat Loaf)
    344) Berlin (Lou Reed)
    348) At Newport 1960 (Muddy Waters)
    349) Roger the Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down) (The Yardbirds)
    351) Brothers in Arms (Dire Straits)
    352) 52nd Street (Billy Joel)
    353) Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds (The Yardbirds)
    354) 12 Songs (Randy Newman)
    355) Between the Buttons (The Rolling Stones)
    357) Honky Chateau (Elton John)
    364) American Recordings (Johnny Cash)
    366) Mott (Mott the Hoople)
    370) Volunteers (Jefferson Airplane)
    371) Siren (Roxy Music)
    372) Late for the Sky (Jackson Browne)
    374) Eagles (album) (Eagles)
    375) The Ultimate Collection (1948 - 1990) (John Lee Hooker)
    377) CrazySexyCool (TLC)
    378) Funky Kingston (Toots and the Maytals)
    379) Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (Bruce Springsteen)
    380) Sunflower (The Beach Boys)
    383) A Quick One (Happy Jack) (The Who)
    385) Pretzel Logic (Steely Dan)
    389) The End of the Innocence (Don Henley)
    391) The Pretender (Jackson Browne)
    393) Good Old Boys (Randy Newman)
    396) Eliminator (ZZ Top)
    398) Anthology (Temptations album) (The Temptations)
    401) (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd) (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
    402) Dr. John's Gumbo (Dr. John)
    406) I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got (Sinad O'Connor)
    407) Strange Days (The Doors)
    409) 461 Ocean Boulevard (Eric Clapton)
    413) Beauty and the Beat (The Go-Go's)
    414) Greatest Hits (James Brown)
    417) Boy (U2)
    418) Band on the Run (Paul McCartney & Wings)
    421) The "Chirping" Crickets (Buddy Holly and the Crickets)
    422) The Best of the Girl Groups (Volumes 1 and 2)
    423) Greatest Hits (The Mamas and the Papas)
    427) Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica (The Ronettes)
    430) At Budokan (Cheap Trick)
    431) Anthology (Diana Ross and The Supremes)
    432) Sleepless (Peter Wolf)
    448) In Color (Cheap Trick)
    449) The World Is a Ghetto (War)
    450) Fly Like an Eagle (Steve Miller Band)
    451) Back in the USA (MC5)
    457) For Everyman (Jackson Browne)
    458) John Prine (John Prine)
    459) Strictly Business (EPMD)
    460) Love It to Death (Alice Cooper)
    461) How Will the Wolf Survive? (Los Lobos)
    462) Here, My Dear (Marvin Gaye)
    463) Tumbleweed Connection (Elton John)
    465) Golden Hits (The Drifters)
    468) Elton John (Elton John)
    471) Heaven Up Here (Echo and the Bunnymen)
    475) Tunnel of Love (Bruce Springsteen)
    476) The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
    477) The Score (Fugees)
    478) Radio (LL Cool J)
    479) I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight (Richard and Linda Thompson)
    480) Faith (George Michael)
    482) Armed Forces (Elvis Costello and the Attractions)
    483) Life After Death (The Notorious B.I.G.)
    484) Branded Man (Merle Haggard)
    485) All Time Greatest Hits (Loretta Lynn)
    489) Guitar Town (Steve Earle)
    491) All the Young Dudes (Mott the Hoople)
    493) That's the Way of the World (Earth, Wind and Fire)
    494) She's So Unusual (Cyndi Lauper)
    496) Destroyer (KISS)
    497) Yo! Bum Rush the Show (Public Enemy)
    499) Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King)
    500) Touch (Eurythmics)
    I've never heard these albums all the way thru. I know the others pretty well.
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    bmack, just reading the first five on your list...you gotta check out the allman brother band at the fillmore east. Really great album.
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    the bends over ok computer over kid a???

    And blue lines over mezzanine? WTF??
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    the same old stuff in the top 10...this list needs to be updated....
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    this list was made in like 2001, 2002? I dont think a record has been made in the past five years that will knock any of these out of the top ten.

    1) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, (The Beatles)
    2) Pet Sounds (The Beach Boys)
    3) Revolver (The Beatles)
    4) Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
    5) Rubber Soul (The Beatles)
    6) What's Going on (Marvin Gaye)
    7) Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones)
    8) London Calling (The Clash)
    9) Blonde on Blonde (Bob Dylan)
    10) The Beatles (The Beatles)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreutz2112 View Post
    this list was made in like 2001, 2002? I dont think a record has been made in the past five years that will knock any of these out of the top ten.

    1) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, (The Beatles)
    2) Pet Sounds (The Beach Boys)
    3) Revolver (The Beatles)
    4) Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
    5) Rubber Soul (The Beatles)
    6) What's Going on (Marvin Gaye)
    7) Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones)
    8) London Calling (The Clash)
    9) Blonde on Blonde (Bob Dylan)
    10) The Beatles (The Beatles)
    I always have thought Exile was a bit overrated...I like quite a number of songs on the album but not a ALL TIME album...
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    I don't own anything in the top 10. Maybe somewhere in the top 200.

    edit: oh wait, have Joshua Tree somewhere on cassette....
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    I don't own anything in the top 10. Maybe somewhere in the top 200.

    edit: oh wait, have Joshua Tree somewhere on cassette....
    I own 7....but even then I really think a David Bowie album should be in the top 10 (Low comes to mind) and Kraftwerks trans europes express....it is kinda all the same genre bar Marvin Gaye
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    Good stuff...Public Enemy surprised me on that list but they are good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCoachellaHellYeah View Post
    I own 7....but even then I really think a David Bowie album should be in the top 10 (Low comes to mind) and Kraftwerks trans europes express....it is kinda all the same genre bar Marvin Gaye
    I went 8 of 10 (missing "Pet Sounds" and "What's Going On?"). I feel the urge to immediately change that fact and buy those two.
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    I agree with whoever said asked why Blue Line was over Mezzanine. I was puzzled by that too...

    And one or two albums they left out was "The Land of Rape and Honey" or "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste" by Ministry.
    That is bullshit.

    And I don't think I saw any Bad Brains on there...
    And yes Suprefan I did take this list from the book...
    And the list came out in '03 or '04.


    Finally...what the fuck is Coldplay doing on the list?!

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    All the punks think that you're dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sacleonard View Post
    I went 8 of 10 (missing "Pet Sounds" and "What's Going On?"). I feel the urge to immediately change that fact and buy those two.
    I got "Pet Sounds" at a second-hand store based on its placement on this list. I like "Wouldn't It Be Nice" and "God Only Knows," but otherwise the album belongs nowhere near the top of any best of list besides perhaps Best Beach Boys Albums.
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    misplaced a lot and missing more... but this is the magazine that thinks "Blackout" deserves to be in their top albums of 2007.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somewhat Damaged View Post
    I got "Pet Sounds" at a second-hand store based on its placement on this list. I like "Wouldn't It Be Nice" and "God Only Knows," but otherwise the album belongs nowhere near the top of any best of list besides perhaps Best Beach Boys Albums.
    While very funny, that's not very true. It's one of the greatest pop albums of all-time. No, Pet Sounds doesn't rock per se, but it's a fantastically orchestrated album, lyrically innocent in some respects but by no means dumb...."God Only Knows", "Caroline, No", "I Just Wasn't Made For These Times" and "Don't Talk.." are just some examples of a master pop songwriter at the top of his game.

    Hell, I even get why people wouldn't like it (outdated musically perhaps and it's not very fun, lyrically) but to say that it doesn't belong near this particular list isn't being fair.....

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    I bet if they remade the list today, Alive 2007, Cross, and In Rainbows would at least make the top five.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kreutz2112 View Post
    I bet if they remade the list today, Alive 2007, Cross, and In Rainbows would at least make the top five.
    fo sho!
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    Cool, I own all 10 of the top 10. I'm so happy Rolling Stone would approve of my music collection.

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    Even "Pretty Hate Machine" by Nine Inch Nails wasn't mentioned.
    That is a travesty

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    Number one is correct, that's all I care about. Thanks Rolling Stone.
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