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    Default Re: Rolling Stone's 500 greatest albums of all time

    I am guessing Steve Lukather was pretty low on that list?
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    Default Re: Rolling Stone's 500 greatest albums of all time

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling...ms_of_All_Time
    Gives some interesting commentary and some interesting statistics. Looks like for the book version they removed some compilations...anyone know what the 8 additional albums were?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noisemachine View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolling...ms_of_All_Time
    Gives some interesting commentary and some interesting statistics. Looks like for the book version they removed some compilations...anyone know what the 8 additional albums were?
    I saved the issue, but I don't want to pull it out and pore over it right now.

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    So is the listed posted in this thread the original one from the magazine or the book? I know they released it as a hardcover book which is apparently where they made the changes.

    EDIT: Ok, answering my own question. Found this from a discussion on amazon.com:

    Elvis Presley's "The Sun Sessions" was replaced with "Sunrise". Robert Johnson's "King of Delta Blues Singers Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 were replaced with "The Complete Recordings".

    The following albums were removed from the list:

    "Dreams To Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology" by Otis Redding
    "Greatest Hits" by the Byrds
    "The Complete Hank Williams" by Hank Williams
    "Greatest Hits" by Simon and Garfunkel
    "Greatest Hits" by James Brown
    "With The Beatles" by The Beatles
    "Greatest Hits" by The Mamas And The Papas.

    Added to the end of the list, 493 to 500:

    "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" by Wilco
    "Boz Scaggs" by Boz Scaggs
    "New Boots And Panties" by Ian Dury And The Blockheads
    "Give It Up" by Bonnie Raitt
    "The Stone Roses" by The Stone Roses
    "Head Hunters" by Herbie Hancock
    "Live At Cook County Jail" by B.B. King
    "Aquemini" by Outkast


    Glad they added YHF, can't speak for the rest of those.
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    I'm not sure.

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