The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. Loretta Lynn, ‘All Time Greatest Hits’. Anyone who thinks a woman singing country music is cute should listen to Fist City, where Lynn threatens to beat down a woman if she doesn’t lay off her man.
Page 1 of 5: The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 50-41. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 50-41. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 40-31. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 30-21. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 20-11. The 50 Greatest Rock Album Ever: 10-1. Picking the best rock albums is pretty much an impossible task. London Calling’s stature really began to rise after Rolling Stone voted it the greatest album of the 80s in 1989 (the US version of the album was released in January 1980). A cynic might claim that us poor saps have followed Rolling Stone like sheep in our subsequent re-appraisal of the album. It might be fairer to see it as a more balanced reaction to the album after the frostier reception it had on release. London Calling was neither a sell-out nor a conscious attempt to crack America.
The list and writer's choices voting several times for the same act, were criticized by several papers including The Guardian. The number one album was The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths.
The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" is a 2003 special issue of American biweekly magazine Rolling Stone, and a related book published in 2005.
Criteria: These Greatest Rock Albums were chosen for their Popularity, Influence, and Musical Impact. This list includes 'Studio', 'Live', and 'Soundtrack' albums. Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack (1977) - Various Artists 43. Ten (1991) - Pearl Jam 44. Led Zeppelin I (1969) - Led Zeppelin 45. The Doors (1967) - The Doors 46. Superfly (1972) - Curtis Mayfield 47. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998) - Lauryn Hill 48. Back In Black (1980) - AC/DC 49. Born in the USA (1984) - Bruce Springsteen 50.
The Greatest Classic Rock Hits of All Time.
The best album list includes records from the 1950s through today and include the best in rock, rap, jazz, r&b and more. In all 236 different albums were eligible for the list of greatest albums ( was Different Class by Pulp), and they span from the earliest days of rock in the 1950s through today, covering many different genres and styles of music. In the end these are the must have albums that every serious music fan should have in their vinyl, CD or mp3 collection.
Greatest Albums The Greatest Albums of All Time. Originally by Ranker Community. Greatest Albums Of All Time. This is a list of the greatest albums of all time, created and ranked by music fans worldwide. Music is as subjective as any art form, but most people can agree that there are works that rise above the rest and go down as the best albums of all time, regardless of their genre.
The greatest rock album ever. The band with the greatest drummer of all time, one of the greatest guitarists and possibly the best lead singer. Oh, and John Paul Jones - a one man band who gave Zep the edge and yet is often overlooked.
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|1-1||–Tom Cochrane||Life Is A Highway|
|1-2||–The Cars||Tonight She Comes|
|1-3||–Mr. Big||To Be With You|
|1-4||–Eurythmics||Would I Lie To You?|
|1-5||–Divinyls||I Touch Myself|
|1-6||–Robert Palmer||Simply Irresistible|
|1-7||–Richard Marx||Should've Known Better|
|1-8||–Pat Benatar||All Fired Up|
|1-9||–Noiseworks||Hot Chilli Woman|
|1-10||–Taylor Dayne||I'll Be Your Shelter|
|1-11||–The Black Sorrows||Never Let Me Go|
|1-12||–Tina Turner||The Best|
|1-13||–Rick Price||Not A Day Goes By|
|1-14||–Huey Lewis & The News||Power Of Love|
|2-1||–Tears For Fears||Everybody Wants To Rule The World|
|2-2||–Christopher Cross||Ride Like The Wind|
|2-3||–Fine Young Cannibals||She Drives Me Crazy|
|2-5||–Toni Childs||I've Got To Go Now|
|2-6||–Scorpions||Winds Of Change|
|2-7||–Starship||We Built This City|
|2-9||–The Screaming Jets||Better|
|2-10||–Maxi Priest||Close To You|
|2-11||–C + C Music Factory||Gonna Make You Sweat|
|2-12||–Ratcat||Don't Go Now|
|2-13||–Cheap Trick||The Flame|
|2-14||–Men At Work||Who Can It Be Now?|
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