Saturday, November 25, 2006

All-TIME 100

Time magazine has put together a list of the 100 best albums. This is nothing new to those who read Time, but I read about it on the Neverending Rainbow site. You can see the list by decade here. It's fun to review the list and see if your favorite artist or album made the cut. Some of the choices are compilations which are probably good, but not ones I would have included in such a list. Of course you'll notice some of your favorites that didn't make the list. For example, who in their right mind would leave out one of the top selling debut albums ever -- where is Boston in the 70's!?! Also, as Pat pointed out recently, reviewing a list like this brings back memories of people and places associated with the music. Check it out!

1 comment:

Patrick said...

Interesting, but what a terrible list! No Boston, no Chicago, no Pink Floyd. "Stankonia" made it but "The Wall" didn't?!?! And I'm sorry, but Hole would never have even got a recording contract if the lead singer wasn't married to Cobain. I may have to do my own top 100 list just to set the record straight! :)