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Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Album Covers. By 2tec updated over 4 years ago. From the November 14th, 1991 issue & arranged by rank.
Top Live albums Top DVDs. Top 100 Black metal albums. The Laws Of Scourge (1991).
The Black Keys, ‘Attack & Release’. If you're going to do a song called "Psychotic Girl," you may as well make it sound like it was bashed out by a couple of psychotic dudes. And the old-school blues-rock duo from Akron, Ohio, was more than happy to oblige. Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney were bringing the garage-rock noise when people dismissed the sound as a fad, but by teaming up with Danger Mouse, they were still topping themselves with their fifth album. The mash-up reached a conceptual and artistic plateau with Danger Mouse's fusion of The Beatles' White Album and Jay-Z's Black Album. It sounded like a stunt ("Justify My Thug" meets "Rocky Racoon"?) but it was really a love letter – a music geek's mash-note to hop-hop and classic rock – and a polemic: an argument that the best hip-hop warrants a place alongside the most revered gods of the pop music canon.
Black Francis' surreal lyrics were still open to conjecture; even he has stated he doesn't entirely understand them. Is She Weird" might be about a prostitute; "The Happening" might be about aliens landing in Las Vegas; "Down to the Well" is probably about sex. But content is almost incidental to these songs; what stands out is the beat that throbs like a hangover, the fever-dream atmospherics and the pelvis-grinding abandon. Amid the album's springy New Wave melodicism, O'Connor's love of black music is evident, particularly in the gorgeous Prince-penned "Nothing Compares 2 . But above all, I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got is audacious: O'Connor is singing about God and her own weaknesses, and contradicting rock's rules for tough chicks.
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Dirt off Your Shoulder" (from The Black Album). With four songs in the top 100, Coldplay was the act with most appearances in the list: "Viva la Vida" (no. 68), "The Scientist" (no. 54), "Yellow" (no. 34) and "Clocks" (no. 26). Beyoncé, LCD Soundsystem, Outkast, Radiohead, U2 and Jay-Z all featured three times on the list. Jay-Z also appeared as "featured artist" on Rihanna's "Umbrella" and Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love, bringing his total to five.
Bob Dylan (ten solo albums and an additional album as Bob Dylan and the Band; two in the top 10 including the and spots). The Beatles (four in the top 10 including the and spots; an additional five from their solo careers: two from John Lennon, one from George Harrison, one from Paul McCartney, and one from Wings, giving a total of 15 for the group). The Clash (one in the top 10 at the spot). John Coltrane (two solo albums, one with Miles Davis). The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, also from Rolling Stone magazine. List of greatest hits albums.
100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums 100 Greatest Gigs Of All Time 100 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die The Best AOR Albums Of All Time 50 Most Influential Albums Of All Time 100 Best British Rock Albums Ever! 666 Songs You Must Own 200 Albums For The Year 2000 50 Greatest Punk albums ever 100 Greatest Singles Of All Time. Kerrang! 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time (published January '89). Metallica - The Black Album 13. Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness 14. Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar 15.
The best album list includes records from the 1950s through today and include the best in rock, rap, jazz, r&b and more. Below you will find a short list of the top albums by decade and a chart of the entire top 100 list. You can also start at Axis: Bold as Love by Jimi Hendrix and work your way through the list. Top Three Great Albums of the 1950's. Kind of Blue by Miles Davis. Elvis Presley by Elvis Presley. Here's Little Richard by Little Richard. Top Five Great Albums of the 1960's. The Beatles (White Album) by The Beatles.
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