NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:55 pm

Rolling Stone has rebooted their Top 500 Albums of All Time list - a new special issue has just been released. From a cursory look (all that I've had time for) it looks like they mainly added a bunch of albums from the 2000s and increased the rankings of some of the more recent albums that had already been included (notably, Kid A is now #67 where it had previously been #428 - although OK Computer is still absurdly ranked way down at #162). I may post the new list here over the weekend, unless someone else beats me to it.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Fri Apr 27, 2012 11:32 am

A quick note - two albums from the 2010s are included. One, unsurprisingly, is My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy at #353; the other is last year's reissue of the Beach Boys' SMiLE, at #381. First all-time list appearance for each.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Spaz » Fri Apr 27, 2012 7:25 pm

Will this be accounted to the lists AM includes or not, like the 2005 update?
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Fri Apr 27, 2012 7:48 pm

This is a more extensive update than the very minimal one they did when the initial list was published in a book. I think this new list should definitely be included.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Nick » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:22 pm

Harold, where have you seen this new list? If it's online can you link it here? I've tried searching for it myself but I couldn't find it. I did however find some new articles which mentioned the following....

Kanye has 3 new albums added, including "MBDTF" and "The College Dropout". However, "Late Registration" is the highest at 118.
"Funeral" by Arcade Fire is added.
"Back to Black" by Amy Winehouse is added.
"In Rainbows" and "Amnesiac" by Radiohead are added.
"The Black Album" by Jay-Z is added.
"Tha Carter III" by Lil Wayne is added.
"Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" by Arctic Monkeys is added.
Unnamed Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan albums are added.

"Sunflower" by The Beach Boys was dropped out.
"Music" by Madonna was dropped out.
"Changesone" by David Bowie was dropped out.
"Elton John" by Elton John was dropped out.

In total, 30 albums were added and 30 were taken away.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:53 pm

Nick wrote:Harold, where have you seen this new list? If it's online can you link it here? I've tried searching for it myself but I couldn't find it. I did however find some new articles which mentioned the following.....


The print version is on the shelves. Again, if the list isn't available online I'd be happy to transcribe and post it over the weekend.

Everything in Nick's post is accurate. The stats page at the back of the magazine notes the artists w/ the highest number of entries:
Bob Dylan - 12 (including Love and Theft and Modern Times)
The Beatles - 10
The Rolling Stones - 10
Bruce Springsteen - 8 (including The Rising)
The Who - 7
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby cartoken » Sat Apr 28, 2012 1:50 pm

would like a lot to see the complete list :-D
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Sat Apr 28, 2012 2:42 pm

cartoken wrote:would like a lot to see the complete list :-D


Working on it right now...
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby cartoken » Sat Apr 28, 2012 3:33 pm

Harold wrote:
cartoken wrote:would like a lot to see the complete list :-D


Working on it right now...


Thanks :mrgreen:
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:20 pm

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

Postby Nick » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:44 pm

So far these are all the new additions that I've found.

1. Kanye West- Late Registration- 118
2. Arcade Fire- Funeral- 151
3. Bob Dylan- Modern Times- 204
4. Green Day- American Idiot- 225
5. Sleater-Kinney- Dig Me Out- 272
6. Kanye West- The College Dropout- 298
7. Radiohead- Amnesiac- 320
8. Radiohead- In Rainbows- 336
9. Jay-Z- The Black Album- 349
10. Kanye West- My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy- 353
11. Arctic Monkeys- Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not- 371
12. The Beach Boys- SMiLE- 381
13. M.I.A.- Kala- 393
14. LCD Soundsystem- Sound of Silver- 395
15. Bruce Springsteen- The Rising- 424
16. Vampire Weekend- Vampire Weekend- 430
17. PJ Harvey- Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea- 431
18. Lil Wayne- Tha Carter III- 437
19. Amy Winehouse- Back to Black- 451
20. My Morning Jacket- Z- 457
21. Manu Chao- Próxima Estación: Esperanza- 474
22. Raekwon- Only Built 4 Cuban Linx- 480
23. Wilco- Yankee Hotel Foxtrot- 493
24. MGMT- Oracular Spectacular- 494
25. The White Stripes- White Blood Cells- 497
26. OutKast- Aquemini- 500
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby cartoken » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:55 pm

great work Harold ! thanks ;)
Is this It ? only #199 :(
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Kingoftonga » Sat Apr 28, 2012 6:00 pm

The Stone Roses is also a new addition from the last magazine list, I think, although it seems it was added in 2005 when the list was published in book format. So I'm not sure if that counts as a change or not.

Thanks for posting this list, Harold! The original is what started me tracking down these "best of" lists, which eventually led me here.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby JR » Sat Apr 28, 2012 6:05 pm

Quite a jump for The Immaculate Collection (it was at 278 on the initial list). Like a Prayer and Ray of Light rank only slightly lower, while Music drops off.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertain ... 2855.story

Rolling Stone overhauls album ranking, Kanye stars

Mike Collett-White Reuters
April 27, 2012

LONDON (Reuters) - Three Kanye West albums have made it on to the latest edition of Rolling Stone magazine's authoritative "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list, placing him among the greats of popular music.

The new ranking, which combines a 2003 list (updated in 2005) with a later survey of the 2000s, saw two Radiohead records join the elite club, while long-established names including Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan also had albums added.

Rolling Stone has published the list, along with details of the albums and several new recording histories based on first-hand accounts, in "bookazine" format available for $11.99 on newsstands between Friday and July 25 in the United States.

As with any survey that tries to put arguably the greatest rock and roll recordings into a particular order, there was plenty of heated debate among the journalists and editors who came up with the final list.

Much of the hard work had been done, however, with hundreds of reporters, executives and musicians involved in the earlier surveys.

"We had arguments in the office, and I hope those arguments are replicated elsewhere," said Christian Hoard, a senior editor at Rolling Stone, of the selection process.

"These special issues are great sellers," he told Reuters. "But they also turn people on to music they haven't heard, and hopefully start fun arguments too.

"People like to get angry about these 'best' lists. It was really a great deal of fun to make."

WEST THE BIG WINNER

The big beneficiary was U.S. hip-hop star West, who saw 2005 album Late Registration, The College Dropout (2004) and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010) make it to the top 500.

In total, 30 albums were added and 30 taken away, with the casualties including several artists well-represented on the list already and whose "lesser" albums have now been dropped.

The highest entry among recent albums was West's Late Registration at No. 118.

Asked whether the relatively low position of recently released albums reflected a barren period for great rock and pop, Hoard replied:

"My personal opinion is no. Music is as inspirational as it's ever been.

"Things get clearer as the years pass. If you held this poll in 10 years, say, Arcade Fire could be a lot higher and the same could be said of Kanye West. Reputation and time definitely help an album, especially with pollers like ours."

Canadian band Arcade Fire's Funeral is among the 30 additions, as is British act Arctic Monkeys for their 2005 hit Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not.

Radiohead features twice -- for Amnesiac (2001) and In Rainbows (2007), Jay-Z is added for The Black Album (2003), Lil Wayne makes it with Tha Carter III (2008) and the late Amy Winehouse for Back to Black.

Among those dropping out to make way for the additions were The Beach Boys (Sunflower), David Bowie (Changesone), Elton John (Elton John) and Madonna (Music).

The first change to the previous list comes at number 59, leaving the Beatles to dominate the top 10.

The Fab Four feature no less than four times in the first 10; at number one (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band), three (Revolver), five (Rubber Soul) and 10 (The White Album).

Three acts have 10 albums each on the list -- the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan -- and the oldest album on the list is from 1952 (The Anthology of American Folk Music).

Only 40 albums released since 2000 feature, compared with 187 from the 1970s.

(Reporting by Mike Collett-White, editing by Paul Casciato)
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Midaso » Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:13 pm

Live At Cook County Jail by BB King wasn't on the original list either. Do they really need 2 live BB King albums?
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Kingoftonga » Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:48 pm

Ok, here's the differences I found. I count 37 additions and 35 subtractions, so obviously I made some sort of error along the way.

Additions:
1. Aquemini - OutKast (500)
2. Live at the Cook County Jail - B.B. King (499)
3. The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (498)
4. White Blood Cells - White Stripes (497)
5. Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (496)
6. Give It Up - Bonnie Raitt (495)
7. Oracular Spectacular - MGMT (494)
8. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - Wilco (493)
9. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx - Raekwon (487)
10. Proxima Estacion: Esperanza - Manu Chao (474)
11. 69 Love Songs-Magnetic Fields (465)
12. Z - My Morning Jacket (457)
13. Back to Black - Amy Winehouse (451)
14. Tha Carter III - Lil Wayne (437)
15. Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea - PJ Harvey (431)
16. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (430)
17. The Rising - Bruce Springsteen (424)
18. Sound of Silver - LCD Soundsystem (395)
19. Kala - M.I.A. (393)
20. The Indestructible Beat of Soweto - Various Artists (388)
21. SMiLE - Beach Boys (381)
22. Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not - Arctic Monkeys (371)
23. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West (353)
24. The Black Album - Jay-Z (349)
25. In Rainbows-Radiohead (336)
26. Amnesiac - Radiohead (320)
27. The College Dropout - Kanye West
28. Songs of Love and Hate - Leonard Cohen (295)
29. Dig Me Out - Sleater-Kinney (272)
30. Paul Simon-Paul Simon (268)
31. American Idiot - Green Day (225)
32. Modern Times - Bob Dylan (204)
33. Funeral - Arcade Fire (151)
34. Late Registration - Kanye West (118)
35. Chronicle - Creedence Clearwater Revival (59)
36. The Complete Recordings - Robert Johnson (22)
37. Sunrise - Elvis Presley (11)

Subtractions:

1. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - Smashing Pumpkins (formerly 487)
2. Live in Europe - Otis Redding (474)
3. Elton John - Elton John (468)
4. Ritual de lo Habitual - Jane's Addiction (453)
5. Madonna - Music (452)
6. No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom (441)
7. To Bring You My Love - PJ Harvey (435)
8. The Battle of Los Angeles - Rage Against the Machine (426)
9. Changesonebowie - David Bowie (425)
10. King of the Delta Blues Singers vol. 2 - Robert Johnson (424)
11. Greatest Hits - The Mamas and the Papas (423)
12. With the Beatles - The Beatles (420)
13. Greatest Hits - James Brown (414)
14. Mezzanine - Massive Attack (412)
15. Country Life - Roxy Music (387)
16. Pyromania - Def Leppard (384)
17. Sunflower - Beach Boys (380)
18. Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. - Bruce Springsteen (379)
19. Jagged Little Pill - Alannis Morrisette (327)
20. The Eminem Show - Eminem (317)
21. Rock Steady - No Doubt (316)
22. Avalon - Roxy Music (307)
23. Greatest Hits - Simon & Garfunkel (293)
24. Five Leaves Left - Nick Drake (283)
25. There Goes Rhymin Simon - Paul Simon (267)
26. Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival (265)
27. Buena VIsta Social Club (260)
28. Bryter Layter - Nick Drake (245)
29. The Complete Hank Williams (225)
30. Greatest Hits - The Byrds (178)
31. Heart Like A Wheel - Linda Rondstadt (164)
32. Dream to Remember - The Otis Redding Anthology (147)
33. Green River - Creedence Clearwater Revival (95)
34. King of the Delta Blues Singers - Robert Johnson (27)
35. The Sun Sessions - Elvis Presley (11)

Other Notable Shifts:
Hard Day's Night rises from 388 to 307.
The Marshall Mathers LP rises from 302 up to 244.
Love and Theft rises from 467 up to 385
The Blueprint rises from 464 up to 252
Is This It rises from 367 up to 199
Hank Williams' 40 Greatest Hits rises up to 94 from 129
Kid A rises up to 67 from 428
Willy and the Poor Boys rises up to 309 from 392
The Immaculate Collection rises up to 184 from 278
The Very Best of Linda Rondstadt rises up to 164 from 324

All That You Can't Leave Behind falls from 139 to 280
Odessey and Oracle falls from 80 to 100
The Beatles' Let It Be falls from 86 to 392
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Nick » Sat Apr 28, 2012 11:02 pm

Kingoftonga, I think one of the subtractions that you missed was "Meet The Beatles" which was originally at number 59 on Rolling Stone's old list. I'm not sure about the other subtraction however....
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby VanillaFire1000 » Sun Apr 29, 2012 9:22 am

Excellent job Harold! Some great albums added, some great albums lost (I'm very happy for Arcade Fire and Vampire Weekend, sad about Buena Vista and Rhymin' Simon.)
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Stephan » Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:13 am

26. Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival (265)
27. Buena Vista Social Club (260)
28. Bryter Layter - Nick Drake (245)
33. Green River - Creedence Clearwater Revival (95)
34. King of the Delta Blues Singers - Robert Johnson (27)
35. The Sun Sessions - Elvis Presley (11)


I'm baffled to see these have fallen off entirely, particularly the ones that were in the top 100.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Kingoftonga » Sun Apr 29, 2012 2:14 pm

Stephan wrote:
26. Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival (265)
I'm baffled to see these have fallen off entirely, particularly the ones that were in the top 100.


With some, I think Rolling Stone is cheating a bit and using anthologies to stand in for multiple albums. Cosmo's Factory and Green River have been replaced by CCR's Chronicle. Robert Johnson now has The Complete Recordings in the Top 30, making other entries irrelevant, and The Sun Sessions have been replaced with Sunrise.

The real losers are Roxy Music, Nick Drake, and No Doubt, who each lost two albums with no additions.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Nick » Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:25 pm

I'm glad to see Kanye's 3 best albums here, along with modern classics by Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend, Amy Winehouse, Radiohead, Jay-Z, Green Day, Arctic Monkeys, LCD Soundsystem, Wilco, and more. This increase in modern albums definitely gives more credibility to Rolling Stone, a magazine that has always had a strong 60's and 70's bias. Maybe in 20 years we'll see "Funeral", "Is This It", and others in the top 100, along with other modern classics that missed out this time around.

Also, since LCD Soundsystem totally got snubbed when Rolling Stone revised their top 500 songs list it's good to see them here with their best album.

As for subtractions, the only ones I'm really sad about are the Smashing Pumpkins album, the Massive Attack album, and the two Nick Drake albums.

Also, "Reasonable Doubt" is really good and all, but "The Blueprint" and "The Black Album" are Jay-Z's obvious masterpieces.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby JR » Mon Apr 30, 2012 1:59 pm

What happens in cases where there are updates to the original list? For instance, the albums that appeared on the original list, but are removed from future updates? And, also, if rankings for some change dramatically?

Some albums that were ranked pretty high were removed? The Sun Sessions at 11 and now gone? I'm surprised.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Harold » Mon Apr 30, 2012 3:13 pm

JR, as was noted in a previous post, The Sun Sessions has been directly replaced at #11 by Sunrise, which presents a fuller picture of those sessions than the original collection.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Stephan » Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:28 pm

Ah, right. I see Robert Johnson actually climbed, just with a different album, and CCR got Chronicle instead of some of the other albums. Fair enough, I suppose.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby JR » Tue May 01, 2012 3:05 am

Ah, OK- thanks for the clarification, Harold. :P
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Henrik » Tue May 01, 2012 11:35 am

JR wrote:What happens in cases where there are updates to the original list? For instance, the albums that appeared on the original list, but are removed from future updates? And, also, if rankings for some change dramatically?

Updated lists was not common in the past century. The all-time lists from e.g. NME were new lists rather than updates, I think. But it seems to be more and more common and a good way to handle this is necessary. What I plan to do in the next site update is to include two lists; One is the current version and the other is the albums/songs that have been included at some earlier point in time. Albums in the current list will be blanked in the second list so that they are not counted twice. The second list will probably be given some kind of weight deduction. I will do this for RS top 500, the 1001 albums book, WOXY's top 500 modern songs and perhaps some more lists that I've forgotten about.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby JR » Tue May 01, 2012 1:47 pm

Thanks, Henrik. These pesky sources, messing with the AM lists system. :mrgreen:
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Daniel » Tue May 01, 2012 7:20 pm

Why would they replace two CCR albums with a greatest hits compilation?

It also seems strange to think that the highest-ranked album of the 1990s is an Elvis Presley compilation. And why is a compilation of two different Bo Diddley albums included as one entry?

It confuses me to see so many greatest hits albums rising up the list. Not only are there far too many already there, I don't think there should be any there! I counted no less than 40 compilations on the list, 30 of which are in the top half of the list. Think of all the real albums that could be on the Top 500 instead!

1. 11 Sunrise-Elvis Presley
2. 21 The Great Twenty-Eight-Chuck Berry
3. 22 The Complete Recordings-Robert Johnson
4. 38 The Anthology-Muddy Waters
5. 46 Legend-Bob Marley And The Wailers
6. 52 Greatest Hits-Al Green
7. 54 The Birth Of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm And Blues Recordings-Ray Charles
8. 59 Chronicle-Creedence Clearwater Revival
9. 61 Greatest Hits-Sly And The Family Stone
10. 65 Phil Spector: Back to Mono (1958-1969)-Various Artists
11. 75 Star Time-James Brown
12. 92 20 Golden Greats-Buddy Holly
13. 94 40 Greatest Hits-Hank Williams
14. 107 Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 -Sam Cooke
15. 136 Greatest Hits-Elton John
16. 154 Moanin' In The Moonlight-Howlin' Wolf
17. 164 The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt-Linda Ronstadt
18. 178 The Anthology 1961-1977-Curtis Mayfield And The Impressions
19. 179 The Definitive Collection-Abba
20. 184 The Immaculate Collection-Madonna
21. 196 Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era --Various Artists
22. 198 The Best Of-Little Walter
23. 214 Proud Mary: The Best Of Ike And Tina Turner-Ike And Tina Turner
24. 216 Bo Diddley / Go Bo Diddley-Bo Diddley
25. 224 The Neil Diamond Collection-Neil Diamond
26. 232 The Kink Kronikles-Kinks
27. 235 The Ultimate Collection-Patsy Cline
28. 236 Mr Excitement!-Jackie Wilson
29. 238 Howlin' Wolf-Howlin' Wolf
30. 245 The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler!-Jerry Lee Lewis
31. 278 Anthology of American Folk Music-Harry Smith, ed
32. 311 The Sun Records Collection-Various Artists
33. 360 Singles Going Steady-Buzzcocks
34. 377 The Ultimate Collection (1948-1990)-John Lee Hooker
35. 388 The Indestructible Beat of Soweto-Various Artists
36. 400 Anthology-Temptations
37. 421 The Best of the Girl Groups, Volumes 1 and 2-Various Artists
38. 423 Anthology-Diana Ross And The Supremes
39. 459 Golden Hits-Drifters
40. 478 All Time Greatest Hits-Loretta Lynn

I'm surprised that Arcade Fire only had one album added to the list.

Kid A is ranked way too high (especially when you look at where their other albums are ranked). Just because it was Rolling Stone's #1 album of the 2000s, does that mean it's better than '90s outputs OK Computer (or, in my opinion, The Bends)? And since when was Amnesiac better than In Rainbows?

I was surprised to see the Beach Boys' 2011 edition of Smile make the list, but now it makes me want to hear it!

I'm surprised that Late Registration was Kanye West's top album on the list...would have expected The College Dropout or MBDTF

I am a little surprised that a few more recent "classics" didn't make the cut (Adele's 21, Arcade Fire's The Suburbs and the Black Keys' Brothers instantly come to mind...oh well, I imagine they'll probably make the next update).
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby VanillaFire1000 » Wed May 02, 2012 9:22 am

They went with that many collections because that was the only way to get many of the classic artists from the 40s/50s onto the list. Some of those though (Elton John, Bob Marley, Abba, etc) those really are bullshit.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Bucky the Badger » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:01 am

Radiohead is still WAYY too high. :) They suck.
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Re: NEW Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time

Postby Barry » Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:06 am

Bucky the Badger wrote:Radiohead is still WAYY too high. :) They suck.

You could make good friends with Listyguy, ya know :mrgreen:
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