Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time and Rock Band v2.0

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This is a list of every song in and coming soon to ROCK BAND that is also on an album featured on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Per Wikipedia: "Rolling Stone's list was based on the votes of 273 rock musicians, critics, and industry figures, each of whom submitted a weighted list of 50 albums. Various music genres were featured in the list, including pop, rock, ska, punk, heavy metal, soul, blues, folk, jazz, hip-hop, and combinations thereof. The accounting firm Ernst & Young devised a point system to weigh votes for 1,600 submitted titles." Music found in ROCK BAND is seen in white. "*" denotes a cover by WaveGroup Sound.


1. SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND by The Beatles
- Full album -
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
"With a Little Help from My Friends"
"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
"Getting Better"
"Fixing a Hole"
"She's Leaving Home"
"Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!"
"Within You Without You"
"When I'm Sixty-Four"
"Lovely Rita"
"Good Morning Good Morning"
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)"
"A Day in the Life"


2. Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys

3. REVOLVER by The Beatles
"Taxman"
"Yellow Submarine"
"And Your Bird Can Sing"


4. Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan

5. RUBBER SOUL by The Beatles
- Full album -
"Drive My Car"
"Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)"
"You Won't See Me"
"Nowhere Man"
"Think for Yourself"
"The Word"
"Michelle"
"What Goes On"
"Girl"
"I'm Looking Through You"
"In My Life"
"Wait"
"If I Needed Someone"
"Run for Your Life"


6. What's Going On by Marvin Gaye

7. Exile on Main Street by The Rolling Stones

8. LONDON CALLING by The Clash
- Full album -
"London Calling"
"Brand New Cadillac"
"Jimmy Jazz"
"Hateful"
"Rudie Can't Fail"
"Spanish Bombs"
"The Right Profile"
"Lost in the Supermarket"
"Clampdown"
"The Guns of Brixton"
"Wrong 'Em Boyo"
"Death or Glory"
"Koka Kola"
"The Card Cheat"
"Lover's Rock"
"Four Horsemen"
"I'm Not Down"
"Revolution Rock"
"Train in Vain (Stand by Me)"


9. Blonde on Blonde by Bob Dylan

10. THE BEATLES (THE WHITE ALBUM) by The Beatles
"Back in the U.S.S.R."
"Dear Prudence"
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
"Birthday"
"Helter Skelter"


11. The Sun Sessions by Elvis Presley

12. Kind of Blue by Miles Davis

13. Velvet Underground and Nico by The Velvet Underground

14. ABBEY ROAD by The Beatles
- Full album -
"Come Together"
"Something"
"Maxwell's Silver Hammer"
"Oh! Darling"
"Octopus's Garden"
"I Want You (She's So Heavy)"
"Here Comes the Sun"
"Because"
"You Never Give Me Your Money"
"Sun King"
"Mean Mr. Mustard"
"Polythene Pam"
"She Came in Through the Bathroom Window"
"Golden Slumbers"
"Carry That Weight"
"The End"
"Her Majesty"


15. ARE YOU EXPERIENCED? by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
"Purple Haze"
"Manic Depression"
"Love or Confusion"
"May This Be Love"
"The Wind Cries Mary"
"Fire"
"3rd Stone from the Sun"
"Foxey Lady"
"Are You Experienced?"
"Highway Chile"


16. BLOOD ON THE TRACKS by Bob Dylan
"Tangled Up in Blue"


17. NEVERMIND by Nirvana
"Smells Like Teen Spirit"
"In Bloom"
"Breed"
"Polly"
"Territorial Pissings"
"Drain You"
"Lounge Act"
"Stay Away"
"On a Plain"
"Something in the Way"


18. Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen

19. Astral Weeks by Van Morrison

20. Thriller by Michael Jackson

21. The Great Twenty-Eight by Chuck Berry

22. Plastic Ono Band by John Lennon

23. INNERVISIONS by Stevie Wonder
"Living for the City"
"Higher Ground"


24. Live at the Apollo (1963) by James Brown

25. RUMOURS by Fleetwood Mac
"Dreams"
"Don't Stop"
"Go Your Own Way"
"Gold Dust Woman"


26. The Joshua Tree by U2

27. King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 1 by Robert Johnson

28. WHO'S NEXT by The Who
"Baba O'Riley"
"Going Mobile"
"Behind Blue Eyes"
"Won't Get Fooled Again"


29. Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin

30. Blue by Joni Mitchell

31. Bringing It All Back Home by Bob Dylan

32. LET IT BLEED by The Rolling Stones
"Gimme Shelter"


33. RAMONES by Ramones
"Blitzkrieg Bop"


34. Music From Big Pink by The Band

35. THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS by David Bowie
"Moonage Daydream"
"Ziggy Stardust"
"Suffragette City"


36. Tapestry by Carole King

37. Hotel California by The Eagles

38. The Anthology by 1947 - 1972 by Muddy Waters

39. PLEASE PLEASE ME by The Beatles
"I Saw Her Standing There"
"Boys"
"Do You Want to Know a Secret"
"Twist and Shout"


40. Forever Changes by Love

41. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols by The Sex Pistols

42. THE DOORS by The Doors
"Break On Through (To the Other Side)"
"Soul Kitchen"
"The Crystal Ship"
"Light My Fire"


43. The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd

44. Horses by Patti Smith

45. The Band by The Band

46. LEGEND by Bob Marley and the Wailers
- Full album -
"Is This Love"
"No Woman, No Cry" (Live)
"Could You Be Loved"
"Three Little Birds"
"Buffalo Soldier"
"Get Up, Stand Up"
"Stir It Up"
"One Love/People Get Ready"
"I Shot the Sheriff"
"Waiting in Vain"
"Redemption Song"
"Satisfy My Soul"
"Exodus"
"Jamming"


47. A Love Supreme by John Coltrane

48. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back by Public Enemy

49. At Fillmore East by The Allman Brothers Band

50. Here's Little Richard by Little Richard

51. Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel

52. Greatest Hits by Al Green

53. The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings, 1952 - 1959 by Ray Charles

54. ELECTRIC LADYLAND by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
"Crosstown Traffic"
"Long Hot Summer Night"
"Gypsy Eyes"
"All Along the Watchtower"


55. Elvis Presley by Elvis Presley

56. SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE by Stevie Wonder
"Sir Duke"
"I Wish"


57. Beggars Banquet by The Rolling Stones

58. Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band

59. MEET THE BEATLES by The Beatles
"I Want to Hold Your Hand"
"I Saw Her Standing There"
"I Wanna Be Your Man"


60. Greatest Hits by Sly and the Family Stone

61. Appetite for Destruction by Guns n' Roses

62. Achtung Baby by U2

63. Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones

64. Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958 - 1969) by Various Artists

65. Moondance by Van Morrison

66. Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin

67. THE STRANGER by Billy Joel
"Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)"
"The Stranger"
"Scenes from an Italian Restaurant"
"Only the Good Die Young"
"She’s Always a Woman"


68. Off the Wall by Michael Jackson

69. Superfly by Curtis Mayfield

70. Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin

71. After the Gold Rush by Neil Young

72. Purple Rain by Prince

73. Back in Black by AC/DC

74. Otis Blue by Otis Redding

75. Led Zeppelin II by Led Zeppelin

76. IMAGINE by John Lennon
- Full album -
"Imagine"
"Crippled Inside"
"Jealous Guy"
"It's So Hard"
"I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier Mama"
"Gimme Some Truth"
"Oh My Love"
"How Do You Sleep?"
"How?"
"Oh Yoko!"


77. THE CLASH by The Clash
"Complete Control"
"I Fought the Law"


78. Harvest by Neil Young

79. STAR TIME by James Brown
"Super Bad, Pts. 1 & 2"


80. Odessey and Oracle by The Zombies

81. Graceland by Paul Simon

82. AXIS: BOLD AS LOVE by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
- Full album -
"Up from the Skies"
"Spanish Castle Magic"
"Wait Until Tomorrow"
"Ain't No Telling"
"Little Wing"
"If 6 Was 9"
"You Got Me Floatin'"
"Castles Made of Sand"
"She's So Fine"
"One Rainy Wish"
"Little Miss Lover"
"Bold as Love"


83. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You by Aretha Franklin

84. Lady Soul by Aretha Franklin

85. Born in the U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen

86. LET IT BE by The Beatles
"Dig a Pony"
"I Me Mine"
"I've Got a Feeling"
"Get Back"


87. The Wall by Pink Floyd

88. At Folsom Prison by Johnny Cash

89. Dusty in Memphis by Dusty Springfield

90. TALKING BOOK by Stevie Wonder
"Superstition"


91. GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD by Elton John
"Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting"


92. 20 Golden Greats by Buddy Holly

93. Sign 'o' the Times by Prince

94. -----es Brew by Miles Davis

95. GREEN RIVER by Creedence Clearwater Revival
"Green River"
"Bad Moon Rising"
"Lodi"


96. TOMMY by The Who
"Amazing Journey"
"Pinball Wizard"


97. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan by Bob Dylan

98. THIS YEAR'S MODEL by Elvis Costello
"Pump It Up"
"Radio Radio"


99. There's a Riot Goin' On by Sly and the Family Stone

100. In the Wee Small Hours by Frank Sinatra

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    101. Fresh Cream by Cream

    102. Giant Steps by John Coltrane

    103. Sweet Baby James by James Taylor

    104. Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music by Ray Charles

    105. ROCKET TO RUSSIA by Ramones
    "Rockaway Beach"
    "Teenage Lobotomy"


    106. Portrait of a Legend 1951 - 1964 by Sam Cooke

    107. HUNKY DORY by David Bowie
    "Queen -----"*


    108. Aftermath by The Rolling Stones

    109. Loaded by The Velvet Underground

    110. THE BENDS by Radiohead
    "My Iron Lung"


    111. Court and Spark by Joni Mitchell

    112. Disraeli Gears by Cream

    113. THE WHO SELL OUT by The Who
    "I Can See for Miles"


    114. Out of Our Heads by The Rolling Stones

    115. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek and the Dominos

    116. At Last by Etta James

    117. Sweetheart of the Rodeo by The Byrds

    118. Stand! by Sly and the Family Stone

    119. The Harder They Come Original Soundtrack by Various Artists

    120. Raising Hell by Run-DMC

    121. Moby Grape by Moby Grape

    122. PEARL by Janis Joplin
    "Me and Bobby McGee"


    123. CATCH A FIRE by Bob Marley and the Wailers
    "Stir It Up"
    "No More Trouble"


    124. Younger Than Yesterday by The Byrds

    125. Raw Power by The Stooges

    126. REMAIN IN LIGHT by Talking Heads
    "Crosseyed and Painless"
    "Once in a Lifetime"


    127. If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears by The Mamas and the Papas

    128. Marquee Moon by Television

    129. 40 Greatest Hits by Hank Williams

    130. PARANOID by Black Sabbath
    "War Pigs"*
    "Paranoid"*


    131. SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER by Various Artists
    "Stayin' Alive"
    "Night Fever"
    "Jive Talkin'"
    "You Should Be Dancing"


    132. The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle by Bruce Springsteen

    133. Ready to Die by The Notorious B.I.G.

    134. Slanted and Enchanted by Pavement

    135. GREATEST HITS by Elton John
    "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting"
    "Crocodile Rock"


    136. Tim by The Replacements

    137. The Chronic by Dr. Dre

    138. Rejuvenation by The Meters

    139. All That You Can't Leave Behind by U2

    140. PARALLEL LINES by Blondie
    "Hanging on the Telephone"
    "One Way or Another"
    "Heart of Glass"


    141. Live at the Regal by B.B. King

    142. Phil Spector, A Christmas Gift for You by Various Artists

    143. Gris-Gris by Dr. John

    144. Straight Outta Compton by N.W.A

    145. Aja by Steely Dan

    146. SURREALISTIC PILLOW by Jefferson Airplane
    "Somebody to Love"
    "White Rabbit"


    147. DREAMS TO REMEMBER: THE OTIS REDDING ANTHOLOGY by Otis Redding
    "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)"
    "I've Got Dreams to Remember"
    "Love Man"
    "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay"


    148. Deja Vu by Crosby Stills Nash and Young

    149. Houses of the Holy by Led Zeppelin

    150. Santana by Santana

    151. Darkness on the Edge of Town by Bruce Springsteen

    152. THE B-52'S by The B-52's
    "Rock Lobster"


    153. Moanin' in the Moonlight by Howlin' Wolf

    154. The Low End Theory by A Tribe Called Quest

    155. PRETENDERS by The Pretenders
    "Precious"
    "Brass in Pocket"*


    156. Paul's Boutique by Beastie Boys

    157. Closer by Joy Division

    158. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy by Elton John

    159. Alive by Kiss

    160. ELECTRIC WARRIOR by T. Rex
    "Cosmic Dancer"
    "Jeepster"
    "Bang a Gong (Get it On)"*


    161. DOCK OF THE BAY by Otis Redding
    "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay"


    162. OK Computer by Radiohead

    163. 1999 by Prince

    164. Heart Like a Wheel by Linda Ronstadt

    165. Let's Get It On by Marvin Gaye

    166. Imperial Bedroom by Elvis Costello

    167. MASTER OF PUPPETS by Metallica
    "Battery"


    168. My Aim Is True by Elvis Costello

    169. EXODUS by Bob Marley
    "Exodus"
    "Jamming"
    "Waiting in Vain"
    "Three Little Birds"
    "One Love/People Get Ready"


    170. LIVE AT LEEDS by The Who
    "Young Man Blues"
    "Summertime Blues"
    "My Generation"
    "Magic Bus"


    171. The Notorious Byrd Brothers by The Byrds

    172. Every Picture Tells a Story by Rod Stewart

    173. Something/Anything? by Todd Rundgren

    174. Desire by Bob Dylan

    175. Close to You by The Carpenters

    176. ROCKS by Aerosmith
    "Back in the Saddle"


    177. One Nation Under a Groove by Parliament/Funkadelic

    178. Greatest Hits by The Byrds

    179. The Anthology 1961 - 1977 by Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions

    180. The Definitive Collection by Abba

    181. The Rolling Stones, Now! by The Rolling Stones

    182. NATTY DREAD by Bob Marley and the Wailers
    "Lively Up Yourself"
    "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)"
    "Bend Down Low"


    183. FLEETWOOD MAC by Fleetwood Mac
    "Rhiannon"
    "Landslide"
    "World Turning"


    184. Red Headed Stranger by Willie Nelson

    185. THE STOOGES by The Stooges
    "1969"
    "I Wanna Be Your Dog"
    "No Fun"


    186. Fresh by Sly and the Family Stone

    187. So by Peter Gabriel

    188. Buffalo Springfield Again by Buffalo Springfield

    189. Happy Trails by Quicksilver Messenger Service

    190. From Elvis in Memphis by Elvis Presley

    191. Funhouse by The Stooges

    192. The Gilded Palace of Sin by The Flying Burrito Brothers

    193. DOOKIE by Green Day
    - Full album -
    "Burnout"
    "Having a Blast"
    "Chump"
    "Longview"
    "Welcome to Paradise"
    "Pulling Teeth"
    "Basket Case"
    "She"
    "Sassafras Roots"
    "When I Come Around"
    "Coming Clean"
    "Emenius Sleepus"
    "In the End"
    "F.O.D."


    194. Transformer by Lou Reed

    195. Bluesbreakers by John Mayall With Eric Clapton

    196. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965 - 1968 by Various Artists

    197. MURMUR by R.E.M.
    "Radio Free Europe"


    198. The Best of by Little Walter

    199. Highway to Hell by AC/DC

    200. THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL by Nine Inch Nails
    "March of the Pigs"
    "Closer"
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    201. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme by Simon and Garfunkel

    202. Bad by Michael Jackson

    203. Wheels of Fire by Cream

    204. Dirty Mind by Prince

    205. ABRAXAS by Santana
    "Black Magic Woman"


    206. Tea for the Tillerman by Cat Stevens

    207. TEN by Pearl Jam
    - Full album -
    "Once"
    "Even Flow"
    "Alive"
    "Why Go"
    "Black"
    "Jeremy"
    "Oceans"
    "Porch"
    "Garden"
    "Deep"
    "Release"
    "Master/Slave"


    208. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere by Neil Young With Crazy Horse

    209. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd

    210. Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain by Pavement

    211. Tattoo You by The Rolling Stones

    212. Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner by Ike and Tina Turner

    213. New York Dolls by New York Dolls

    214. Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley by Bo Diddley

    215. Two Steps From the Blues by Bobby Bland

    216. The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths

    217. LICENSED TO ILL by Beastie Boys
    "No Sleep till Brooklyn"


    218. Look-Ka Py Py by The Meters

    219. Loveless by My Bloody Valentine

    220. New Orleans Piano by Professor Longhair

    221. War by U2

    222. The Neil Diamond Collection by Neil Diamond

    223. Howlin' Wolf by Howlin' Wolf

    224. Nebraska by Bruce Springsteen

    225. The Complete Hank Williams by Hank Williams

    226. DOOLITTLE by Pixies
    - Full album -
    "Debaser"
    "Tame"
    "Wave of Mutilation"
    "I Bleed"
    "Here Comes Your Man"
    "Dead"
    "Monkey Gone to Heaven"
    "Mr. Grieves"
    "Crackity Jones"
    "La La Love You"
    "No. 13 Baby"
    "There Goes My Gun"
    "Hey"
    "Silver"
    "Gouge Away"


    227. Paid in Full by Eric B. and Rakim

    228. TOYS IN THE ATTIC by Aerosmith
    "Walk This Way"
    "Sweet Emotion"


    229. Nick of Time by Bonnie Raitt

    230. A NIGHT AT THE OPERA by Queen
    "Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to...)"
    "I'm in Love with My Car"
    "You're My Best Friend"
    "Bohemian Rhapsody"


    231. The Kink Kronikles by The Kinks

    232. Mr. Tambourine Man by The Byrds

    233. Bookends by Simon and Garfunkel

    234. The Ultimate Collection by Patsy Cline

    235. Mr. Excitement! by Jackie Wilson

    236. The Who Sings My Generation by The Who

    237. Like a Prayer by Madonna

    238. Can't Buy a Thrill by Steely Dan

    239. Let It Be by The Replacements

    240. Run-DMC by Run-DMC

    241. BLACK SABBATH by Black Sabbath
    "N.I.B."*


    242. The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler! by Jerry Lee Lewis

    243. Freak Out! by The Mothers of Invention

    244. Live Dead by Grateful Dead

    245. Bryter Layter by Nick Drake

    246. The Shape of Jazz to Come by Ornette Coleman

    247. AUTOMATIC FOR THE PEOPLE by R.E.M.
    "Man on the Moon"


    248. Reasonable Doubt by Jay-Z

    249. Low by David Bowie

    250. The River by Bruce Springsteen

    251. THE OTIS REDDING DICTIONARY OF SOUL by Otis Redding
    "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)"
    "I'm Sick Y'all"


    252. METALLICA by Metallica
    "Enter Sandman"


    253. Trans-Europe Express by Kraftwerk

    254. Whitney Houston by Whitney Houston

    255. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society by The Kinks

    256. The Velvet Rope by Janet Jackson

    257. Stardust by Willie Nelson

    258. AMERICAN BEAUTY by The Grateful Dead
    "Sugar Magnolia"
    "Truckin'"


    259. Crosby Stills and Nash by Crosby Stills and Nash

    260. Buena Vista Social Club by Buena Vista Social Club

    261. Tracy Chapman by Tracy Chapman

    262. WORKINGMAN'S DEAD by The Grateful Dead
    "Uncle John's Band"
    "Cumberland Blues"
    "Casey Jones"


    263. The Genius of Ray Charles by Ray Charles

    264. Child Is Father to the Man by Blood, Sweat and Tears

    265. COSMO'S FACTORY by Creedence Clearwater Revival
    "Travelin' Band"
    "Lookin' Out My Back Door"
    "Run Through the Jungle"
    "Up Around the Bend"
    "Who'll Stop the Rain"
    "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"


    266. QUADROPHENIA by The Who
    "Sea and Sand"


    267. There Goes Rhymin' Simon by Paul Simon

    268. Psycho Candy by The Jesus and Mary Chain

    269. Some Girls by The Rolling Stones

    270. The Beach Boys Today! by The Beach Boys

    271. Going to a Go-Go by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

    272. Nightbirds by Labelle

    273. The Slim Shady LP by Eminem

    274. Mothership Connection by Parliament

    275. Rhythm Nation 1814 by Janet Jackson

    276. Anthology of American Folk Music by Harry Smith, ed.

    277. Aladdin Sane by David Bowie

    278. The Immaculate Collection by Madonna

    279. My Life by Mary J. Blige

    280. Folk Singer by Muddy Waters

    281. Can't Get Enough by Barry White

    282. THE CARS by The Cars
    - Full album -
    "Good Times Roll"
    "My Best Friend's Girl"
    "Just What I Needed"
    "I'm in Touch with Your World"
    "Don't Cha Stop"
    "You're All I've Got Tonight"
    "Bye Bye Love"
    "Moving in Stereo"
    "All Mixed Up"


    283. Five Leaves Left by Nick Drake

    284. Music of My Mind by Stevie Wonder

    285. I'm Still in Love With You by Al Green

    286. LOS ANGELES by X
    "Los Angeles"


    287. Anthem of the Sun by Grateful Dead

    288. Something Else by the Kinks by The Kinks

    289. Call Me by Al Green

    290. TALKING HEADS '77 by Talking Heads
    "Psycho Killer"


    291. The Basement Tapes by Bob Dylan and the Band

    292. White Light / White Heat by The Velvet Underground

    293. GREATEST HITS by Simon and Garfunkel
    "The Sounds of Silence"
    "I Am a Rock"


    294. Kick Out the Jams by MC5

    295. Meat Is Murder by The Smiths

    296. We're Only In It For the Money by The Mothers of Invention

    297. WEEZER by Weezer
    "My Name is Jonas"
    "Buddy Holly"
    "Undone - The Sweater Song"
    "Say It Ain't So"


    298. MASTER OF REALITY by Black Sabbath
    "Sweet Leaf"*


    299. Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton

    300. Fear of a Black Planet by Public Enemy
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    301. John Wesley Harding by Bob Dylan

    302. The Marshall Mathers LP by Eminem

    303. Grace by Jeff Buckley

    304. CAR WHEELS ON A GRAVEL ROAD by Lucinda Williams
    "Can't Let Go"


    305. Odelay by Beck

    306. Songs for Swingin' Lovers by Frank Sinatra

    307. Avalon by Roxy Music

    308. The Sun Records Collection by Various Artists

    309. NOTHING'S SHOCKING by Jane's Addiction
    - Full album -
    "Up the Beach"
    "Ocean Size"
    "Had a Dad"
    "Ted, Just Admit It"
    "Standing in the Shower... Thinking"
    "Summertime Rolls"
    "Mountain Song"
    "Idiots Rule"
    "Jane Says"
    "Thank You Boys"
    "Pig's in Zen"


    310. BLOOD SUGAR SEX MAGIK by Red Hot Chili Peppers
    - Full album -
    "The Power of Equality"
    "If You Have to Ask"
    "Breaking the Girl"
    "Funky Monks"
    "Suck My Kiss"
    "I Could Have Lied"
    "Mellowship Slinky in B Major"
    "The Righteous & the Wicked"
    "Give It Away"
    "Blood Sugar Sex Magik"
    "Under the Bridge"
    "Naked in the Rain"
    "Apache Rose Peacock"
    "The Greeting Song"
    "My Lovely Man"
    "Sir Psycho Sexy"
    "They're Red Hot"


    311. UNPLUGGED IN NEW YORK by Nirvana
    "Come As You Are"


    312. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill by Lauryn Hill

    313. Damn the Torpedoes by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

    314. The Velvet Underground by The Velvet Underground

    315. Surfer Rosa by Pixies

    316. ROCK STEADY by No Doubt
    "Hella Good"
    "Hey Baby"
    "Underneath It All"
    "Running"


    317. The Eminem Show by Eminem

    318. Back Stabbers by The O'Jays

    319. BURNIN' by Bob Marley and the Wailers
    "Get Up, Stand Up"
    "I Shot the Sheriff"
    "Burnin' and Lootin'"
    "Small Axe"


    320. Pink Moon by Nick Drake

    321. Sail Away by Randy Newman

    322. GHOST IN THE MACHINE by The Police
    "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"


    323. Station to Station by David Bowie

    324. The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt by Linda Ronstadt

    325. Slowhand by Eric Clapton

    326. Disintegration by The Cure

    327. JAGGED LITTLE PILL by Alanis Morissette
    "You Oughta Know"
    "Head Over Feet"
    "Ironic"


    328. Exile in Guyville by Liz Phair

    329. DAYDREAM NATION by Sonic Youth
    "Teen Age Riot"


    330. In the Jungle Groove by James Brown

    331. Tonight's the Night by Neil Young

    332. HELP! by The Beatles
    "Ticket to Ride"


    333. Shoot Out the Lights by Richard and Linda Thompson

    334. Wild Gift by X

    335. Squeezing Out Sparks by Graham Parker

    336. SUPERUNKNOWN by Soundgarden
    "Fell on Black Days"
    "Black Hole Sun"
    "Spoonman"
    "The Day I Tried to Live"


    337. AQUALUNG by Jethro Tull
    "Aqualung"
    "Hymn 43"


    338. CHEAP THRILLS by Big Brother and the Holding Company
    "Piece of My Heart"


    339. The Heart of Saturday Night by Tom Waits

    340. Damaged by Black Flag

    341. Play by Moby

    342. VIOLATOR by Depeche Mode
    "Personal Jesus"
    "Policy of Truth"


    343. BAT OUT OF HELL by Meat Loaf
    "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"


    344. Berlin by Lou Reed

    345. Stop Making Sense by Talking Heads

    346. 3 Feet High and Rising by De La Soul

    347. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn by Pink Floyd

    348. At Newport 1960 by Muddy Waters

    349. Roger the Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down) by The Yardbirds

    350. Rust Never Sleeps by Neil Young and Crazy Horse

    351. BROTHERS IN ARMS by Dire Straits
    "Walk of Life"


    352. 52nd STREET by Billy Joel
    "Big Shot"
    "My Life"


    353. Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds by The Yardbirds

    354. 12 Songs by Randy Newman

    355. Between the Buttons by The Rolling Stones

    356. Sketches of Spain by Miles Davis

    357. Honky Chateau by Elton John

    358. SINGLES GOING STEADY by Buzzcocks
    "Ever Fallen in Love"*


    359. Stankonia by Outkast

    360. SIAMESE DREAM by The Smashing Pumpkins
    "Cherub Rock"
    "Today"


    361. SUBSTANCE by New Order
    "Blue Monday"


    362. L.A. WOMAN by The Doors
    "Love Her Madly"
    "L.A. Woman"
    "Riders on the Storm"


    363. Ray of Light by Madonna

    364. American Recordings by Johnny Cash

    365. Louder Than Bombs by The Smiths

    366. Mott by Mott the Hoople

    367. Is This It by The Strokes

    368. RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE by Rage Against the Machine
    "Bombtrack"
    "Killing in the Name"


    369. REGGATTA DE BLANC by The Police
    "Message in a Bottle"
    "Walking on the Moon"


    370. Volunteers by Jefferson Airplane

    371. Siren by Roxy Music

    372. Late for the Sky by Jackson Browne

    373. Post by Bjork

    374. The Eagles by The Eagles

    375. The Ultimate Collection (1948 - 1990) by John Lee Hooker

    376. (WHAT'S THE STORY) MORNING GLORY? by Oasis
    "Wonderwall"
    "Don't Look Back in Anger"


    377. CrazySexyCool by TLC

    378. Funky Kingston by Toots and the Maytals

    379. Greetings from Asbury Park by Bruce Springsteen

    380. Sunflower by The Beach Boys

    381. Modern Lovers by Modern Lovers

    382. MORE SONGS ABOUT BUILDINGS AND FOOD by Talking Heads
    "Take Me to the River"


    383. A Quick One (Happy Jack) by The Who

    384. PYROMANIA by Def Leppard
    "Photograph"
    "Foolin'"
    "Rock of Ages"


    385. Pretzel Logic by Steely Dan

    386. Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers by Wu-Tang Clan

    387. Country Life by Roxy Music

    388. A HARD DAY'S NIGHT by The Beatles
    "A Hard Day's Night"
    "Can't Buy Me Love"


    389. The End of the Innocence by Don Henley

    390. ELEPHANT by The White Stripes
    "Seven Nation Army"
    "The Hardest Button to Button"
    "Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine"


    391. The Pretender by Jackson Browne

    392. WILLY AND THE POOR BOYS by Creedence Clearwater Revival
    "Down on the Corner"
    "Fortunate Son"


    393. Good Old Boys by Randy Newman

    394. For Your Pleasure by Roxy Music

    395. Blue Lines by Massive Attack

    396. Eliminator by ZZ Top

    397. Rain Dogs by Tom Waits

    398. Anthology by The Temptations

    399. CALIFORNICATION by Red Hot Chili Peppers
    "Parallel Universe"
    "Scar Tissue"
    "Otherside"
    "Californication"


    400. Illmatic by Nas
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    401. (PRONOUNCED LEH-NERD SKIN-NERD) by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    "Tuesday's Gone"
    "Gimme Three Steps"
    "Simple Man"
    "Free Bird"


    402. Dr. John's Gumbo by Dr. John

    403. Radio City by Big Star

    404. Sandinista! by The Clash

    405. Rid of Me by PJ Harvey

    406. I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got by Sinead O' Connor

    407. STRANGE DAYS by The Doors
    "Love Me Two Times"
    "People Are Strange"


    408. Time Out of Mind by Bob Dylan

    409. 461 Ocean Boulevard by Eric Clapton

    410. Pink Flag by Wire

    411. Double Nickels on the Dime by Minutemen

    412. Mezzanine by Massive Attack

    413. BEAUTY AND THE BEAT by The Go-Go's
    "Our Lips Are Sealed"
    "We Got the Beat"


    414. GREATEST HITS by James Brown
    "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine, Pt. 1"
    "Super Bad, Pts. 1 & 2"


    415. Van Halen by Van Halen

    416. Mule Variations by Tom Waits

    417. Boy by U2

    418. BAND ON THE RUN by Wings
    "Band on the Run"
    "Let Me Roll It"
    "Helen Wheels"


    419. Dummy by Portishead

    420. WITH THE BEATLES by The Beatles
    "I Wanna Be Your Man"


    421. The "Chirping" Crickets by Buddy Holly and the Crickets

    422. The Best of the Girl Groups, Volumes 1 and 2 by Various Artists

    423. Greatest Hits by The Mamas and the Papas

    424. King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 2 by Robert Johnson

    425. CHANGESONE by David Bowie
    "Space Oddity"
    "Ziggy Stardust"
    "Suffragette City"
    "Young Americans"
    "Fame"


    426. THE BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES by Rage Against the Machine
    "Testify"
    "Guerilla Radio"
    "Sleep Now in the Fire"


    427. Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica by The Ronettes

    428. Kid A by Radiohead

    429. Grievous Angel by Gram Parsons

    430. AT BUDOKAN by Cheap Trick
    "I Want You to Want Me"
    "Surrender"


    431. Anthology by Diana Ross and the Supremes

    432. Sleepless by Peter Wolf

    433. Another Green World by Brian Eno

    434. OUTLANDOS D'AMOUR by The Police
    "Next to You"
    "So Lonely"
    "Roxanne"
    "Can't Stand Losing You"
    "Truth Hits Everybody"


    435. To Bring You My Love by PJ Harvey

    436. Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno

    437. All Things Must Pass by George Harrison

    438. #1 Record by Big Star

    439. IN UTERO by Nirvana
    "Heart-Shaped Box"
    "Rape Me"
    "All Apologies"


    440. Sea Change by Beck

    441. TRAGIC KINGDOM by No Doubt
    - Full album -
    "Spiderwebs"
    "Excuse Me Mr."
    "Just a Girl"
    "Happy Now?"
    "Different People"
    "Hey You"
    "The Climb"
    "Sixteen"
    "Sunday Morning"
    "Don't Speak"
    "You Can Do It"
    "World Go 'Round"
    "End It on This"
    "Tragic Kingdom"


    442. Boys Don't Cry by The Cure

    443. Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 by Sam Cooke

    444. Criminal Minded by Boogie Down Productions

    445. Rum Sodomy and the Lash by The Pogues

    446. Suicide by Suicide

    447. Q: ARE WE NOT MEN? A: WE ARE DEVO! by Devo
    "Uncontrollable Urge"


    448. IN COLOR by Cheap Trick
    "Hello There"


    449. The World Is a Ghetto by War

    450. FLY LIKE AN EAGLE by Steve Miller Band
    "Fly Like an Eagle"
    "Take the Money and Run"
    "Rock'n Me"


    451. Back in the USA by MC5

    452. Music by Madonna

    453. RITUAL DE LO HABITUAL by Jane's Addiction
    "Been Caught Stealing"


    454. Getz/Gilberto by Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto Featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim

    455. SYNCHRONICITY by The Police
    "Synchronicity II"
    "Every Breath You Take"


    456. Third/Sister Lovers by Big Star

    457. For Everyman by Jackson Browne

    458. John Prine by John Prine

    459. Strictly Business by EPMD

    460. Love It to Death by Alice Cooper

    461. How Will the Wolf Survive? by Los Lobos

    462. Here, My Dear by Marvin Gaye

    463. Tumbleweed Connection by Elton John

    464. The Blueprint by Jay-Z

    465. Golden Hits by The Drifters

    466. Live Through This by Hole

    467. Love and Theft by Bob Dylan

    468. Elton John by Elton John

    469. Metal Box by Public Image Ltd.

    470. DOCUMENT by R.E.M.
    "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)"


    471. Heaven Up Here by Echo and the Bunnymen

    472. Hysteria by Def Leppard

    473. A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD by Coldplay
    "The Scientist"
    "Clocks"


    474. Live in Europe by Otis Redding

    475. Tunnel of Love by Bruce Springsteen

    476. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    477. The Score by Fugees

    478. Radio by LL Cool J

    479. I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight by Richard and Linda Thompson

    480. Faith by George Michael

    481. The Smiths by The Smiths

    482. Armed Forces by Elvis Costello and the Attractions

    483. Life After Death by The Notorious B.I.G.

    484. Branded Man by Merle Haggard

    485. All Time Greatest Hits by Loretta Lynn

    486. Maggot Brain by Funkadelic

    487. MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS by The Smashing Pumpkins
    "Zero"


    488. Voodoo by D'Angelo

    489. Guitar Town by Steve Earle

    490. Entertainment! by Gang of Four

    491. All the Young Dudes by Mott the Hoople

    492. Vitalogy by Pearl Jam

    493. That's the Way of the World by Earth, Wind and Fire

    494. She's So Unusual by Cyndi Lauper

    495. New Day Rising by Husker Du

    496. DESTROYER by Kiss
    "Detroit Rock City"


    497. Yo! Bum Rush the Show by Public Enemy

    498. Tres Hombres by ZZ Top

    499. Born Under a Bad Sign by Albert King

    500. Touch by Eurythmics
  • DookieManDookieMan Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meet_The_Beatles

    Technically, Meet The Beatles is something entirely different. For a while, the Beatles album releases were different in the US than in the UK. Nowadays, the UK album releases are the official canon, but Meet The Beatles is technically a US album, with the same cover art as the UK With The Beatles. So, you can add "I Saw Her Standing There" and "I Want To Hold Your Hand" to that list.
  • edited April 2010
    Covers should not count.
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    DookieMan;3616372 said:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meet_The_Beatles

    Technically, Meet The Beatles is something entirely different. For a while, the Beatles album releases were different in the US than in the UK. Nowadays, the UK album releases are the official canon, but Meet The Beatles is technically a US album, with the same cover art as the UK With The Beatles. So, you can add "I Saw Her Standing There" and "I Want To Hold Your Hand" to that list.
    Yeah, I wondered what was canon regarding that. Fix'd and thanks.

    Edit: I see that "I Saw Her Standing There" is also on Please Please Me, so I took it off of Meet the Beatles since I made a point to not duplicate song appearances.
    ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3616376 said:
    Covers should not count.
    I kind of agree, but I feel that they are as close as it's going to get as far as those songs go and they were made to emulate the sound of the studio recording, so I let them slide.
  • Die-Guitar-HeroDie-Guitar-Hero Rising Star
    edited April 2010
    Hey, make the full albums a different color! That's what this list is about, after all, and it'd be nice to be able to quickly recognize how significant that is. How about a nice, vibrant green?
  • ColwynnColwynn Unsigned
    edited April 2010
    ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3616376 said:
    Covers should not count.
    I agree with this.

    Nice list though, makes you realize all the great stuff we have yet to see in RB.
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    Die-Guitar-Hero;3616632 said:
    Hey, make the full albums a different color! That's what this list is about, after all, and it'd be nice to be able to quickly recognize how significant that is. How about a nice, vibrant green?
    Not a bad idea, but I had enough trouble finding two colors that went well together and didn't clash too badly with the grey background, and they happened to be Rolling Stone's colors. If I can find a way to be satisfied with it, I may do it...
  • SkodeSkode Headliner
    edited April 2010
    ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3616376 said:
    Covers should not count.
    Why? I can understand your view on this but until i see masters of the likes of Sweet leaf and Queen ***** on GH or something of the likes then we can only presume masters are missing/damaged etc.

    There is some random albums there though is there not... i mean Best of Girl Groups Vol 1 & 2 - who knows what is even included on that :confused:
  • DavyinaTogaDavyinaToga Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    This list sounds like a bunch of kids trading CDs and they all happen to like the same ones within that small selection they own. Seriously, 3 Eminem albums appear within 50 spots of each other. If that alone doesn't shout "shenanigans!" then I don't know what does. Sure, the Beatles have a majority of their albums in the top 50, but really, everybody in the biz is sure to have listened to them, so of course they're gonna be up there; however, I doubt that with such a big variety of music (and a lack of some heavy hitters) that each album on that list really earned their spot. Mezzanine? The Score? Puh-lease!

    Also, compilations should NOT be on this list. Having any "Greatest Hits," "The Best of," or "[insert movie or style] Collection" is completely unfair. That's just stacking the deck in their favor. This list is stupid.

    Though the formatting works pretty well, ledbowman. Gotta give that to you.
  • CantStopTheHoppCantStopTheHopp Rising Star
    edited April 2010
    Die-Guitar-Hero;3616632 said:
    Hey, make the full albums a different color! That's what this list is about, after all, and it'd be nice to be able to quickly recognize how significant that is. How about a nice, vibrant green?
    Seconded.

    Also, I noticed a few AC/DC albums on the list. Since we have the Live Track Pack, why not count the songs on that pack that are on the albums on the list?
  • thedanielthedaniel Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    If it counts for anything, Blue Spark was a a bonus track on the reissued version of Wild Gift which is number 334 and you don't have that marked down.
  • YakalotYakalot Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    Not a single Rush album in the 500 makes this list invalid.
  • CCDaDonCCDaDon Headliner
    edited April 2010
    DavyinaToga;3616795 said:
    This list sounds like a bunch of kids trading CDs and they all happen to like the same ones within that small selection they own. Seriously, 3 Eminem albums appear within 50 spots of each other. If that alone doesn't shout "shenanigans!" then I don't know what does. Sure, the Beatles have a majority of their albums in the top 50, but really, everybody in the biz is sure to have listened to them, so of course they're gonna be up there; however, I doubt that with such a big variety of music (and a lack of some heavy hitters) that each album on that list really earned their spot. Mezzanine? The Score? Puh-lease!

    Also, compilations should NOT be on this list. Having any "Greatest Hits," "The Best of," or "[insert movie or style] Collection" is completely unfair. That's just stacking the deck in their favor. This list is stupid.

    Though the formatting works pretty well, ledbowman. Gotta give that to you.
    And this is where I stopped caring about your opinion. The Score is where it became 100% invalid. It's one of the greatest albums, Hip Hop or otherwise, ever. IMO Illmatic should be higher though...
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    DavyinaToga;3616795 said:
    This list sounds like a bunch of kids trading CDs and they all happen to like the same ones within that small selection they own. Seriously, 3 Eminem albums appear within 50 spots of each other. If that alone doesn't shout "shenanigans!" then I don't know what does. Sure, the Beatles have a majority of their albums in the top 50, but really, everybody in the biz is sure to have listened to them, so of course they're gonna be up there; however, I doubt that with such a big variety of music (and a lack of some heavy hitters) that each album on that list really earned their spot. Mezzanine? The Score? Puh-lease!

    Also, compilations should NOT be on this list. Having any "Greatest Hits," "The Best of," or "[insert movie or style] Collection" is completely unfair. That's just stacking the deck in their favor. This list is stupid.

    Though the formatting works pretty well, ledbowman. Gotta give that to you.
    It just seems to me that you differ in opinion with the people who submitted albums for the list. Eminem is a great lyricist and has his own style. I think it's hard to argue with his albums being on here. Not liking his music is okay, but you can't deny that he is a unique, influential rapper. Now, you seem a nice enough fellow and I don't need to defend the list (it's strong enough on its own) and I haven't heard all of The Score, but Mezzanine is a B R I L L I A N T personal favorite of mine, so I can't lay down for that one, buddy!
    CantStopTheHopp;3616945 said:
    Seconded.

    Also, I noticed a few AC/DC albums on the list. Since we have the Live Track Pack, why not count the songs on that pack that are on the albums on the list?
    I would, but I did my best to stick to the versions of songs that are on the albums (HMX covers excepted). Maybe, maybe if it were just AC/DC, but then I'd have to open myself up to adding "Lithium" to Nevermind, the first three tracks of Damn the Torpedoes that we have live versions of, and others I'm sure. I just don't want to veer that far off-course (not now, at least).
  • G_tarRoCK3RG_tarRoCK3R Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Yakalot;3616996 said:
    Not a single Rush album in the 500 makes this list invalid.
    Nor is Boston's Self title? FAIL!
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    ccdadon;3617022 said:
    imo illmatic should be higher though...
    Yes, man. Too right.
  • Bront20Bront20 The Writing's on the Wall
    edited April 2010
    ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3616376 said:
    Covers should not count.
    I'd rather they were noted as covers but counted.

    Rumored songs or stuff not released yet (Like Dookie) shouldn't count though.
  • RimbaudRimbaud Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    ledbowman;3617049 said:
    Now, you seem a nice enough fellow and I don't need to defend the list (it's strong enough on its own) and I haven't heard all of The Score, but Mezzanine is a B R I L L I A N T personal favorite of mine, so I can't lay down for that one, buddy!
    I'm not familiar with their albums, but I've heard enough Massive Attack tunes to know that they really are brilliant. I'd love to have them in the game.
  • SkodeSkode Headliner
    edited April 2010
    G_tarRoCK3R;3617054 said:
    Nor is Boston's Self title? FAIL!
    Yeah but i think for the best part the majority of those albums are known worldwide where as outside maybe a song or two no one really knows Boston or Rush this neck of the woods. There is some daft and baffling albums in there instead of Boston and Rush efforts none the less - Liz Phair :confused: Devo :confused:

    I actually laughed when i realised Definately Maybe and Jagged Little Pill were not on the list but what can you do... Its the Rolling Stone mag, you can never expect much from them
  • Bront20Bront20 The Writing's on the Wall
    edited April 2010
    Skode;3617384 said:
    Yeah but i think for the best part the majority of those albums are known worldwide where as outside maybe a song or two no one really knows Boston or Rush this neck of the woods. There is some daft and baffling albums in there instead of Boston and Rush efforts none the less - Liz Phair :confused: Devo :confused:

    I actually laughed when i realised Definately Maybe and Jagged Little Pill were not on the list but what can you do... Its the Rolling Stone mag, you can never expect much from them
    Jagged Little Pill is on the list. #327.

    It's a cross-genre list, so it's going to have some non-rock stuff in it. It's also an opinion, so it's not going to match everyone's tastes.

    The lack of Boston is unforgivable though. :p
  • CaptainKickerCaptainKicker Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Thank you for posting this list. Good job
  • ledbowmanledbowman Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    Bront20;3617355 said:
    I'd rather they were noted as covers but counted.

    Rumored songs or stuff not released yet (Like Dookie) shouldn't count though.
    The covers are now noted as such. Good call. Also, I was not aware that Dookie is unconfirmed, so that's changed too until further notice.
    Rimbaud;3617375 said:
    I'm not familiar with their albums, but I've heard enough Massive Attack tunes to know that they really are brilliant. I'd love to have them in the game.
    If you like what you've heard, dive headfirst into their albums. Rolling Stone's list is correct in that Blue Lines and Mezzanine are at the zenith of their work, and that Blue Lines is the best. It's not as heavy or abstract as Mezzanine, which makes it more "fun," if you will. Both are fascinating from beginning to end.
  • SayburrSayburr The Always Informative Rock Band Forum Guru
    edited April 2010
    Really like the new format. Can't wait to see it fill up!
  • logicalnoiselogicalnoise Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    lack of daft punk is insane.
  • yaniv297yaniv297 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Stop complaining about the list, I don't agree either but you can't expect it to be like your own personal list. Just appriciate the work the OP did.


    Unreleated, I'd love to see more tunes from "This Year's Model" released... They already licensed too, why not more?
  • SteverXiiiSteverXiii Rising Star
    edited April 2010
    Dont know how many people will agree with me on this but i think nevermind is one of the most overrated albums ever.
  • recharge138recharge138 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    SteverXiii;3617829 said:
    Dont know how many people will agree with me on this but i think nevermind is one of the most overrated albums ever.
    You're certainly entitled to your opinion of the album, but you can't deny its influence and impact on the music industry. One of the biggest albums ever. More than deserves a spot on the list for that reason alone.
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