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Greatest Albums of All Time

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Best Albums of All Time

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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles Report Abuse
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What do all these Michel Jacksen videos in front of the Beatles? It is ridiculous.
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Overrated as hell..........
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Revolver - The Beatles (1966). Report Abuse
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Sgt. Peppers clearly has the best production of any album, but is the overall quality of the songs better than Revolver? Probably not.
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Rubber Soul, The Beatles Report Abuse
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The Beatles albums are top because the Beatles wrote almost only hits and they perfected or mastered every music style. Michael Jackson was not such a talented composer neither was he so versatile. But he was also a dancer.
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Abbey Road, The Beatles Report Abuse
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One last great flourish before the band broke up.
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The Beatles must have been streets ahead of everyone else if this superb achievement is only their fourth best album.
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The White Album. - The Beatles. (1968). Report Abuse
I wonder has the compiler of this list ever heard this album. Considering they have ' Please please me', on the list, possibly ' The Beatles' weakest album.
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Please Please Me is a very good album, it just seems relatively weak compared to their more sophisticated albums.
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Let It Be, The Beatles Report Abuse
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This is one of their weakest albums. The Beatles did at least 10 albums that are better than Let It Be.
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Help!, The Beatles Report Abuse
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The film was a disappointment, but the album is very enjoyable and shows the transition to their more substantial future material.
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Thriller, Michael Jackson Report Abuse
2528 points - added 6 years ago by checkmate - 11 comments
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If you like dancing and videos, vote for MJ. If you prefer music, the Beatles win every time. There are only three good songs on Thriller.
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why is the biggest selling album of all time is at #6? Thriller deserves to be #1.
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Thriller - great album! This is the perfect pop album, actually. Anyone who denies this, too discriminate against Jackson. With songs Billie Jean and Beat it any album will be a priori good. But, saying all of this .... This is not my favorite album in the discography of MJ, not even in the top 3.
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Thriller is famous for its videos, but not for the music. This is mostly noise. Modern art but destructive art. I think of the video Thriller, demonic nonsense for bad children. Maybe I am too hard, but I fear I am not. The many votes show the doubtful taste of the people. That`s it
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Jackson is good, but all Beatles albums are better than any Jackson album.
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Off the wall, Thriller, Bad and Dangerous are great albums. It`s not an opinion, it`s a FACT!!! HIStory is good. Invncible...not good, the only weak album in MJ`s discography (1979-2001).
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I love Beatles, even more than MJ, but it`s not true and indicate only your taste.
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All albums of the Beatles are better than any album of M.Jackson
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The greatest album in history - it is subjective. It all depends on taste. But Thriller is obviously one of the greatest.
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thriller would only be 1 one if the list was highest selling albums ever. its never gonna be the greatest ever
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Top selling Album of all-time at #23? No country Albums in this lists? This definitely an opinion lists not a fact list. Like best selling albums of all time.
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Please Please Me, The Beatles Report Abuse
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This album may seem fairly lightweight compared to the material they produced later, but it is very entertaining and full of infectious charm.
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Magical Mystery Tour - Beatles Report Abuse
Originally released as a soundtrack double EP and later as an album with their excellent 1967 singles. The album contains several of their best songs.
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A Hard Day's Night - The Beatles Report Abuse
Great film and even better music.
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Bad, Michael Jackson Report Abuse
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The Jackson albums are no milestones like most of the Beatles albums. The Beatles wrote music history for eternity. Jackson only for a century.
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Dirty Diana, Smooth criminal, Man in the mirror, Liberian girl. It`s really good album.
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This albun is not ggod, it is bad. Michael Jackson is grossly overrated. Very talented. But merchandised, a child of the age. This age only. In future times they will watch his videos bewildered and amused.
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Off the Wall, Michael Jackson Report Abuse
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This album along with the others of Michael Jackson will not be among the top 100 in 20 Years. There is nothing that will last. It is just fashion and he has a lot fans who are like he himself. A phenomenon of time that will pass away quickly...
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Invinsible. Michael Jackson Report Abuse
Invinsible - the best album of all times and the people
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all Michael Jackson albums are very much overrated. The future will show it.
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Dangerous. Michael Jackson Report Abuse
Dangerous - the most favorite album at many people till now.
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Best album in the history of pop music?? Thriller? Nooooooooo Dangerous - the best ever.
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Histoty. Michael Jackson Report Abuse
The most social album lifting problems of our planet and a problem of the person
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You see, Michael Jackson fans cannot even write history and he himself also did not write history
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The album sold 20 million shares and holds 70th place in the list of best selling albums of all time. To say that the album is unknown, ignorant, at least. Songs like "Earth Song" and "They do not care about us" knows absolutely any music fan.
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Please, correct a typing error - History, of course
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"HIStory" :-)
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With the Beatles Report Abuse
Some of their best covers are on this album.
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Beatles for Sale Report Abuse
Not as consistent as other Beatles albums, but still contains some great songs.
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Led Zeppelin IV, Led Zeppelin Report Abuse
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Rumours, Fleetwood Mac Report Abuse
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Just checked out two of the more respected music magazines ' Best Albuums Of All Time' lists.Rolling Stone and New Musical Express (NME). In RS 'Rumours' is placed at 25, while 'Hotel California is at 37. In NME 'Rumours' is at 29 and 'Hotel' is at 100. I have yet to find a list online that both of these albums (which I agree are great albums) are in the Top 20. I guess it is down to one's own view.
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I never said that these were not great albums (as a matter of fact I have 3 of them), I just don't believe that they are the best albums ever above some of the greatest music ever made, but I guess that's the trouble with democracy, the majority are always right, even when they're wrong.
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All of the critical reviews that I've ever read, and they are legion, have always ranked "Rumours" as one of the greatest rock albums of all time. I don't understand your comment, Albert Hand. I understand your frustration that some of the other greatest albums are not on top, but everyone can't be #1 in a voting environment.
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Unfortunately this list has lost all credability,if the first four albums are the best of all time. Remember favorite does not mean best,so the critics and the experts must be all wrong. I doubt it.
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Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin Report Abuse
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Zeppelin epitomizes what a rock group should sound like. I couldn't argue with them being ranked on top with any of their albums.
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Imagine, John Lennon Report Abuse
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The title track is one of the best songs ever written. Jealous Guy and How are also great songs and the rest of the tracks are pretty good too, although the McCartney attack seems way over the top.
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Back in Black, AC/DC Report Abuse
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This is hands down one of the greatest Heavy Metal LP's of all-time. I've never read a negative review about it in any venue. It deserves to be ranked high.
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The BEST Heavy Metal LP of all time --- even non-metalheads rock out to it. I mean, who hasn't wanted a "dirty deed done dirt cheap" after a bad break-up?
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Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick Report Abuse
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Surely you'd have to be stuck in an early 1970's time warp to think that this parody of a pretentious prog rock concept album deserves such a high placing.
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Greatest Hits - Elton John Report Abuse
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Best to keep greatest hits albums off the list.
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The Doors, The Doors Report Abuse
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magic captured
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All things must pass - George Harrison (1970). Report Abuse
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Great album, but it would have been better if he'd dropped the jams and the weaker songs and made just a single album.
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Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd Report Abuse
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Breakfast in America, Supertramp Report Abuse
Breakfast in America won the 1980 Grammy Award for Best Recording Package, beating out albums by Talking Heads and Led Zeppelin, among others.
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The Wall, Pink Floyd Report Abuse
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Still one of the best albums
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Brilliant, sheer genius. This album never gets old.....
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Songs in the key of life - Stevie Wonder (1976). Report Abuse
Stevie's greatest moment. Classics such as - ' Sir Duke', Isn't she lovely, Pasttime Paradise, As, If its magic, I wish, Village Ghetto Land, Loves in need of love today. Magnificent.
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Electric Ladyland, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Report Abuse
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Once again, how can you have any kind of Rock List and not have Hendrix at or near the top?
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Hotel California, The Eagles Report Abuse
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"Albert Hand," this is also critically ranked as one of the greatest rock albums of all-time. To complain about "Hotel California" being high on the list is just plain ignorant.
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Popular with arty music buffs, this album displays a self-indulgent miserabilism that is unlikely to appeal to most listeners.
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Who's Next, The Who Report Abuse
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this should be way higher.
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Brainwashed - GEORGE HARRISON Report Abuse
Normally you expect posthumous albums to be full of second rate material, but this album is one of George's best. A fine legacy to leave to his devoted fans.
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Plastic Ono Band - John Lennon (1970). Report Abuse
Possibly Lennon's best album.
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This primal scream influenced album is favoured by the critics, but it's probably too harsh for most listeners' tastes.
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Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan (1966). Report Abuse
Dylan's album of the sixties. Full of great and diverse tracks.
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Blood on the Tracks, Bob Dylan Report Abuse
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Ramones, Ramones Report Abuse
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Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys (1966). Report Abuse
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Bat out of hell , Meatloaf. Report Abuse
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Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, David Bowie Report Abuse
Nothing personal, but this list reads like someone's personal favorites instead of the 100 best of all time. There's just one Elvis disk but a slew from trendy artists like Beck, Mary J. Blige, Public Enemy, Moby, ad nauseum. I hope many others will visit and add classics from, say, the 1950's through 2000. I doubt that any album released less than 10 years ago can meet the test of 'all time' greatest. Let the voting, and re-voting, begin.
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Born in the U.S.A., Bruce Springsteen Report Abuse
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