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Popblerd’s Top 100 Albums of the '70s (2013)

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Popblerd (formerly bLISTERD) - The Top 100 Albums of the '70s

http://popblerd.com/2013/03/26/popblerd ... -playlist/

100 (tie)) Look Sharp (Joe Jackson)
100 (tie)) I’m Still in Love with You (Al Green)
100) Van Halen II (Van Halen)
99) The Idiot (Iggy Pop)
98) Station to Station (David Bowie)
97) Aladdin Sane (David Bowie)
96) KC & The Sunshine Band (KC & The Sunshine Band)
95) Low (David Bowie)
94) Close to the Edge (Yes)
93) Commodores (The Commodores)
92) Fresh (Sly & the Family Stone)
91) We Are Family (Sister Sledge)
90) Radio City (Big Star)
89) Trans-Europe Express (Kraftwerk)
88) Unknown Pleasures (Joy Division)
87) Modern Lovers (The Modern Lovers)
86) Breakfast in America (Supertramp)
85) Highway to Hell (AC/DC)
84) Cheap Trick (Cheap Trick)
83) There Goes Rhymin’ Simon (Paul Simon)
82) A Day at the Races (Queen)
81) Sweet Baby James (James Taylor)
80) Teaser & the Firecat (Cat Stevens)
79) Prince (Prince)
78) Turnstiles (Billy Joel)
77) L.A. Woman (The Doors)
76) Outlandos D’Amour (The Police)
75) Head Hunters (Herbie Hancock)
74) Mothership Connection (Parliament)
73) Transformer (Lou Reed)
72) The Clash (The Clash)
71) Fulfillingness’ First Finale (Stevie Wonder)
70) Bat Out of Hell (Meat Loaf)
69) Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young & Crazy Horse)
68) Fun House (The Stooges)
67) My Aim is True (Elvis Costello)
66) Hunky Dory (David Bowie)
65) Led Zeppelin III (Led Zeppelin)
64) Let’s Stay Together (Al Green)
63) Harvest (Neil Young)
62) Raw Power (The Stooges)
61) #1 Record (Big Star)
60) The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (Bruce Springsteen)
59) Just As I Am (Bill Withers)
58) One Nation Under a Groove (Funkadelic)
57) Sheer Heart Attack (Queen)
56) Armed Forces (Elvis Costello)
55) Damn the Torpedoes (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers)
54) There’s a Riot Goin’ On (Sly & the Family Stone)
53) Excitable Boy (Warren Zevon)
52) Every Picture Tells a Story (Rod Stewart)
51) Hotel California (Eagles)
50) Darkness on the Edge of Town (Bruce Springsteen)
49) Parallel Lines (Blondie)
48) The Ramones (The Ramones)
47) Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols (Sex Pistols)
46) Band on the Run (Wings)
45) Aja (Steely Dan)
44) Let’s Get it On (Marvin Gaye)
43) Exodus (Bob Marley & the Wailers)
42) Moondance (Van Morrison)
41) Paranoid (Black Sabbath)
40) Physical Graffiti (Led Zeppelin)
39) The Wall (Pink Floyd)
38) Fear of Music (Talking Heads)
37) Toys in the Attic (Aerosmith)
36) Superfly (Curtis Mayfield)
35) Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
34) Quadrophenia (The Who)
33) Imagine (John Lennon)
32) Bitches Brew (Miles Davis)
31) A Night at the Opera (Queen)
30) The Stranger (Billy Joel)
29) Blood on the Tracks (Bob Dylan)
28) Boston (Boston)
27) All Things Must Pass (George Harrison)
26) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John)
25) Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek & the Dominoes)
24) Talking Book (Stevie Wonder)
23) Tapestry (Carole King)
22) The Cars (The Cars)
21) Plastic Ono Band (John Lennon)
20) Houses of the Holy (Led Zeppelin)
19) This Year’s Model (Elvis Costello)
18) Sticky Fingers (The Rolling Stones)
17) Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon & Garfunkel)
16) Some Girls (The Rolling Stones)
15) Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd)
14) Saturday Night Fever Original Soundtrack (Various Artists)
13) Innervisions (Stevie Wonder)
12) Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen)
11) The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders from Mars (David Bowie)
10) Van Halen (Van Halen)
9) Who’s Next (The Who)
8) Let it Be (The Beatles)
7) Songs in the Key of Life (Stevie Wonder)
6) What’s Going On (Marvin Gaye)
5) Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones)
4) London Calling (The Clash)
3) Rumours (Fleetwood Mac)
2) Off the Wall (Michael Jackson)
1) Led Zeppelin IV (Led Zeppelin)
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Re: Popblerd’s Top 100 Albums of the '70s (2013)

Post by lagire »

Albums that missed the cut, so 101-125

Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo (Devo)

Loaded (Velvet Underground)

Jesus Christ Superstar Original Soundtrack (Various Artists)

Horses (Patti Smith Group)

Dreamer (Bobby “Blue” Bland)

Ooh La La (Faces)

Young, Gifted & Black (Aretha Franklin)

Marquee Moon (Television)

For Your Pleasure (Roxy Music)

You Don’t Mess Around with Jim (Jim Croce)

New York Dolls (New York Dolls)

That’s the Way of the World (Earth, Wind & Fire)

Silk Degrees (Boz Scaggs)

Reggatta de Blanc (The Police)

Live at the Budokan (Cheap Trick)

Something/Anything (Todd Rundgren)

Fleetwood Mac (Fleetwood Mac)

Peter Gabriel (Peter Gabriel)

Animals (Pink Floyd)

3 + 3 (The Isley Brothers)

Pearl (Janis Joplin)

Pronounced Leh-nerd Skeh-nerd (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

Jazz (Queen)

Madman Across the Water (Elton John)

Tonight’s the Night (Neil Young)
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