Albums I’ve Listened To/Enjoyed From Rolling Stone’s Top 500 Albums of All Time List

What follows is a list of albums I’ve listened to and or owned/enjoyed from the list of Rolling Stone magazine’s 2012 (not the recently revised 2020 list) list of 500 greatest albums of all time list. Albums I owned or otherwise listened to/enjoyed before embarking on the “list challenge” are indicated in bold. This list will be periodically updated each time I listen to a “new” album from that list. I’m taking a look at both the 2012 list and the 2020 list, so I’m not putting albums in any “order.” What is NOT included are albums I didn’t finish listening to (for whatever reason)

Here’s a list of those albums:

  1. Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band, The Beatles
  2. Revolver, The Beatles
  3. Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan
  4. Rubber Soul, The Beatles
  5. Exile on Main Street, Rolling Stones
  6. London Calling, The Clash
  7. The Beatles (the White Album), The Beatles
  8. The Velvet Undergound & Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico
  9. Abbey Road, The Beatles
  10. Nevermind, Nirvana
  11. Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen
  12. Thriller, Michael Jackson
  13. Innervisions, Stevie Wonder
  14. Rumours, Fleetwood Mac
  15. The Joshua Tree, U2
  16. Led Zeppelin (I), Led Zeppelin
  17. Tapestry, Carole King
  18. The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd
  19. Never Mind the Bollocks – Here’s the Sex Pistols, The Sex Pistols
  20. Legend, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  21. Greatest Hits, Al Green
  22. Achtung Baby, U2
  23. Led Zeppelin (IV)
  24. Purple Rain, Prince and the Revolution
  25. Led Zeppelin (II), Led Zeppelin
  26. Harvest, Neil Young
  27. Born in the U.S.A, Bruce Springsteen
  28. The Wall, Pink Floyd
  29. Catch a Fire, The Wailers
  30. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John
  31. Sign “O” The Times, Prince
  32. Remain in Light, Talking Heads
  33. Saturday Night Fever (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), various artists
  34. Aja, Steely Dan
  35. Houses of the Holy, Led Zeppelin
  36. 1999, Prince
  37. Exodus, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  38. Parallel Lines, Blondie
  39. The Immaculate Collection, Madonna
  40. So, Peter Gabriel
  41. Buffalo Springfield Again, Buffalo Springfield
  42. Murmur, REM
  43. The Downward Spiral, nine inch nails
  44. Tea for the Tillerman, Cat Stevens
  45. Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd
  46. Licensed to Ill, Beastie Boys
  47. War, U2
  48. Like a Prayer, Madonna
  49. Automatic for the People, REM
  50. Trans Europe Express, Kraftwerk
  51. All that You Can’t Leave Behind, U2
  52. Odelay ! Beck
  53. Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Red Hot Chili Peppers
  54. Nothing’s Shocking, Jane’s Addiction
  55. MTV Unplugged in New York, Nirvana
  56. Ghost in the Machine, The Police
  57. Disintegration, The Cure
  58. Superunknown, Soundgarden
  59. Faith, George Michael
  60. Live Through This, Hole
  61. Synchronicity, The Police
  62. In Utero, Nirvana
  63. Outlandos D’Amour, The Police
  64. Boy, U2
  65. I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got, Sinead O’Connor
  66. Let It Be, The Beatles
  67. The Pretender, Jackson Browne
  68. Elephant, The White Stripes
  69. Reggatta de Blanc, The Police
  70. Rage Against the Machine, Rage Against the Machine
  71. Substance, New Order
  72. Siamese Dream, Smashing Pumpkins
  73. Violator, Depeche Mode
  74. Play, Moby

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