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    I have many albums I find better ,but I have the slim shady album of course. :aliensmile:



    I’ve got 88 of those, some of them are amongst my favorites, like the pavement, mc5, stooges records, but definetely missing some!


    buckingham rabbit

    I counted 80.

    This list is retarded. GREEN DAY–DOOKIE AT #193???? Then there’s stuff like Oasis, the Strokes, White Stripes, Alanis Morrissette, and the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s Californication!!

    And maybe this is a semantics issue, but an "album" is not a greatest hits collection or an anthology. It’s a set of new songs by one group/person. (I would even consider a live album an album, in a less official way–but more so than a greatest hits comp.)


    Bucky Ramone

    …..and somehow, for some reason, they "forgot" to include any Dinosaur Jr. album (or did I miss it) …. :? :shock: (and I agree with BR on the album/compilation issue)



    I can’t bring myself to check out the whole 500, gave up after 200 :wink:

    Shame about the no Dinosaur Jr, guess Green Days Dookie was just so much better…NOT :P :twisted: :!:

    That compilations /anthology albums are included is ridiculous, agree they shouldn’t be part this list.


    rolling stone was cool 30 years ago. and hense, most of the love is for records that are 30+ years old.



    Um. . . how often do they feel the need to do this shit?

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