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    SG
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    #97314

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

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

    #97316

    buckingham rabbit
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    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.)

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    Bucky Ramone
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    …..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)

    #97318

    AGAP
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    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.

    #97319

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

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

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