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My Ultimate Best Albums
100Lorde
Pure Heroine


Pure Heroine begins with a whimper from Lorde - "Don't you think that it's boring how people talk?". Thirty-seven minutes later as the album reaches a remarkable end she boldly says, "Let 'em talk", and with that we see the true, pure heroine the seventeen year old New Zealander claims to be amongst the pure buzz that surrounds her.
99Sex Pistols
Never Mind The Bollocks
98Daft Punk
Random Access Memories


Its a bold move when you make an incredible shift in style and sound, which is what Daft Punk have done, and not in the steps of 'Lil Wayne. Instead they've created a brave, fun and energetic selection of songs with lively production and dashing vocoder skills.
97The White Stripes
Elephant
96Pavement
Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
95Black Sabbath
Paranoid
94David Bowie
Hunky Dory
93The Velvet Underground
White Light/White Heat
92Vampire Weekend
Modern Vampires of the City


From folk to pop to indie to baroque, Vampire Weekend once again provide a truly unique and wonderful album, this time bigger and more smarter.
91Nas
Illmatic
90Kendrick Lamar
good kid, m.A.A.d city
89Husker Du
New Day Rising
88Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin II
87Blondie
Parallel Lines
86Jay-Z
The Blueprint
85TLC
CrazySexyCool
84Kanye West
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
83The Slits
Cut
82The Police
Zenyatta Mondatta
81Stevie Wonder
Talking Book
80Rush
Moving Pictures
79Raekwon
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...
78Joy Division
Unknown Pleasures
77Dexys Midnight Runners
Too-Rye-Ay


What is Soul Pop?; Too-Rye-Ay. Dexy's Midnight Runners deliver an instant classic. It's catchy, fun and alive. Yeah, you've heard Come on Eileen, but you haven't heard the rest.
76Beck
Mellow Gold
75Frank Ocean
Channel Orange


Channel Orange is engrossed with original and demanding flavor from the superb and talented new kid on the block, Frank Ocean.
74The Police
Synchronicity
73Weezer
The Blue Album
72Kanye West
Late Registration
71Arcade Fire
Reflektor


Bold, beautiful and in every way glorious, Arcade Fire's, Reflektor, flourishes at every stimulating listen, every zippy vocal, and every passionate ballad.
70Bruce Springsteen
Nebraska
69Bob Dylan
Desire
68The Beatles
Rubber Soul
67Bob Dylan
Highway 61 Revisited
66The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground & Nico
65Simon and Garfunkel
Bookends
64Sonic Youth
Sister
63Bruce Springsteen
The River
62Pixies
Doolittle
61The Jesus and Mary Chain
Psychocandy
60Kanye West
Yeezus


Screeching synth, deep bass and raw ego flip Kanye West's persona from Hip-hop legend to all around music god. It's not a cliche, it's high distinction.
59Liz Phair
Exile in Guyville
58The Flaming Lips
The Soft Bulletin
57Run DMC
Run DMC


Run DMC's debut album is not only a true test of pure golden-age hip-hop, but a gratifying and powerful music classic with great influence and important meaning.
56David Bowie
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
55Sly and The Family Stone
Stand!
54Public Enemy
It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us
53Led Zeppelin
Physical Graffiti
52A Tribe Called Quest
The Low End Theory
51Weezer
Pinkerton
50N.W.A.
Straight Outta Compton
49Sonic Youth
Daydream Nation
48Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin
47The Smiths
The Smiths
46Johnny Cash
At Folsom Prison
45T. Rex
Electric Warrior
44Radiohead
In Rainbows
43The Smiths
Hatful of Hollow
42Talking Heads
Remain in Light
41Pixies
Surfer Rosa
40Eminem
The Marshall Mathers LP
39The Strokes
Is This It
38Radiohead
OK Computer
37The Beatles
The Beatles
36Otis Redding
Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul
35Jeff Buckley
Grace
34Bruce Springsteen
Darkness on the Edge of Town
33Fugees
The Score


From the intro to the outro, those beats, samples, vocals and rhymes are just too good. So damn good that The Score builds itself into a Hip-hop classic and an overall captivating album.
32Ramones
Rocket to Russia
31Stevie Wonder
Innervisions
30Radiohead
The Bends
29Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin III
28Led Zeppelin
Houses of the Holy
27 The Who
Whos Next
26Radiohead
Kid A
25The Beatles
Abbey Road
24Bob Dylan
Blonde on Blonde
23The Pretenders
Pretenders
22 The Beatles
Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
21Simon and Garfunkel
Bridge Over Troubled Water
20Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin IV
19Prince
Dirty Mind
18The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses
17Run DMC
Raising Hell
16Bruce Springsteen
Born to Run
15Television
Marquee Moon
14Michael Jackson
Thriller
13Prince
Purple Rain
12The Clash
London Calling
11Fleetwood Mac
Rumours
10Bruce Springsteen
Born in the U.S.A.
9The Replacements
Tim
8The Smiths
The Queen is Dead
7 Beastie Boys
Pauls Boutique
6Outkast
Aquemini
5Paul Simon
Graceland
4 Prince
Sign O The Times


After stepping up a notch with 1984's, Purple Rain, a golden Prince emerges three years later. This time without losing 'it'.
3Bob Dylan
Blood on the Tracks


Blood on the Tracks is Bob Dylan's definitive album. The one every music enthusiast should have. It's lavished with Dylan's signature whiny vocals, tangling guitar and perfect story-telling. Simper this.
2Wu-Tang Clan
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)


A handful of justified samples filed under blackening beats and memorable rhyming from ten flawless rappers is one way to sum up Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The other is HIP-HOP CLASSIC.
1The Replacements
Let It Be


It's their magnum opus. A true music masterpiece mastered by four cantankerous and festive twenty-something year olds from Minnesota. Let It Be is The Replacements's turn to adulthood, almost abandoning and turning away from their previous punk/college sound. This time around, the band dive into the edge of rock n' roll with both mettle and puerile lyrics which really give the album it's glorified status.
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