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Well, this is embarrassing.
AOTY (tied with Swans)
More Swans, less ducks. (Looking at you, Lana Del Rey.)
Also: David Bowie.
The Flaming Lips Albums From Worst To Best
Spiritualized/Spacemen 3 Albums From Worst To Best
Blur Albums From Worst To Best
Brian Eno Albums From Worst To Best
Tom Waits Albums From Worst To Best
808s never gets the credit it deserves. It’s a great album by anyone’s standards.
You’re mistaken, there’s some Bon Iver on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
Worst cover art ever, though.
They would all be ranked first. #TYBG
that’s okay, you’re a sloth, sloths are allowed to make mistakes
Blur is vastly superior to Oasis.
No, wait, they’re still together.
This is not only a victory for Estonia, it is one for dwarves all over the world too. Thank you.
How can they expect us to take this list seriously without a Tinie Tempah entry? Oh wait, there’s one.
“Hey, Mr. Dylan, we appreciate the fact that you were able to convey the essence of the 1960s in a six-minute folk-rock opus, that it was revolutional at the time, actually still is ’til this day and few songs, if any, have matched the impact it’s had on popular culture, but here’s a Dizzee Rascal song to take cues from.”
Why does the idea of ranking the twenty greatest tracks of the last sixty years seem silly to me?
Guys, you’ve got this all wrong. The album of the week is obviously Goblin. It’s the album of every week.
One of the albums of the year. Just saying.
This blog needs more pictures of women with squids on their heads. Also, Fabio.
I think I speak for all of us when I say the summer song of 2012 is Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out,” it has been since 1972.
Wanted to say something funny about David Byrne looking like Jay Leno on that cover, but I guess “funny” and “Jay Leno” just don’t go well together.
This premature evaluation doesn’t inform us on how this album holds up to Goblin.