“Something” all the way.
“Graceland” is my favorite Paul Simon solo song. If we’re talking about the grand scheme of things, “The Boxer” is my favorite Paul Simon song.
It was Roman Coppola, frequent Wes Anderson collaborator.
Gonna get me some porno october 29
Bull. Shit. I normally don’t complain about stuff on the internet, but the exclusion of Arcade Fire’s “Reflektor” video was done so ignorantly that it’s impossible to not cringe while reading this list. Tom Breihan clearly prefers sunny k-pop and Nicki Minaj to actually music videos.
Coltrane , Holiday, and Miles should definitely be on the list, but I can’t really think of albums by Patsy Cline and Hank Williams that would fit. I like both artists, but the were kinda before the age of releasing albums.
It’s four words: ALL THE RIGHT REASONS
I actually think Jungle Groove is better than all three of those albums, but I disagree with its inclusion solely because it is a compilation.
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is a masterpiece.
“Move On Up” might be the greatest song ever written. I think both Curtis and Superfly deserve to be on the list.
Justin Bieber – Avant-Garde sounds of the Pop Stratosphere
A Love Supreme is my favorite album of all time. Kind of Blue is not far behind. Rolling Stone had both of these in the top fifty. If they said that there are too many great jazz albums for the list, that would make sense.
Even though I agree that RS is too classic rock- leaning, I still prefer their best albums list because there’s no fucking Adele, and the numbers are better. Thriller at number 4 is too high. However, Rolling Stone had the Eagles on the list, and I have to take points off for that. I hate the fucking Eagles, man!
They just copied and pasted Rolling Stone’s list, moved the albums higher, and added really bullshit choices for “newer” albums. Adele’s 21 is one of the most boring, sluggish albums I have ever heard, and doesn’t belong on any list other than “overrated”. This list is full of so many cliche picks, I know The Beatles, Dylan, and The Stones are all important, but Thriller isn’t much better than “great”, and I love Prince, but Purple Rain shouldn’t be at number 2. All of the really good indie albums are at the bottom, and why can’t Radiohead and Velvet Underground be in at least the top 20? Making a top 100 albums list when you’re as stupid and misinformed as EW is a bad idea. I actually prefer Rolling Stones top 500, and I never thought I’d say that.
I have a strange feeling that Decibel really likes metal.
Also props to “I’ve Seen Footage”.
Massive props to “The Full Retard”, and “Lazuli” is my favorite of these, but if I had to pick one for the summer, I’d choose “The House That Heaven Built”.
“Pomposity” isn’t something Corgan should complain about.
Drake was in the ghetto before any of you.