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Les 500 plus grands albums de tous les temps (Rolling stone, 2003)

  1. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles
  2. Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys
  3. Revolver, The Beatles
  4. Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan
  5. Rubber Soul, The Beatles
  6. What’s Going On, Marvin Gaye
  7. Exile on Main Street, The Rolling Stones
  8. London Calling, The Clash
  9. Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan
  10. The Beatles (« The White Album »), The Beatles
  11. The Sun Sessions, Elvis Presley
  12. Kind of Blue, Miles Davis
  13. Velvet Underground and Nico, The Velvet Underground
  14. Abbey Road, The Beatles
  15. Are You Experienced?, The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  16. Blood on the Tracks, Bob Dylan
  17. Nevermind, Nirvana
  18. Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen
  19. Astral Weeks, Van Morrison
  20. Thriller, Michael Jackson
  21. The Great Twenty-Eight, Chuck Berry
  22. Plastic Ono Band, John Lennon
  23. Innervisions, Stevie Wonder
  24. Live at the Apollo (1963), James Brown
  25. Rumours, Fleetwood Mac
  26. The Joshua Tree, U2
  27. King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 1, Robert Johnson
  28. Who’s Next, The Who
  29. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin
  30. Blue, Joni Mitchell
  31. Bringing It All Back Home, Bob Dylan
  32. Let It Bleed, The Rolling Stones
  33. Ramones, Ramones
  34. Music From Big Pink, The Band
  35. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, David Bowie
  36. Tapestry, Carole King
  37. Hotel California, The Eagles
  38. The Anthology, 1947 – 1972, Muddy Waters
  39. Please Please Me, The Beatles
  40. Forever Changes, Love
  41. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, The Sex Pistols
  42. The Doors, The Doors
  43. The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd
  44. Horses, Patti Smith
  45. The Band, The Band
  46. Legend, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  47. A Love Supreme, John Coltrane
  48. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Public Enemy
  49. At Fillmore East, The Allman Brothers Band
  50. Here’s Little Richard, Little Richard
  51. Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon and Garfunkel
  52. Greatest Hits, Al Green
  53. The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings, 1952 – 1959, Ray Charles
  54. Electric Ladyland, The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  55. Elvis Presley, Elvis Presley
  56. Songs in the Key of Life, Stevie Wonder
  57. Beggars Banquet, The Rolling Stones
  58. Trout Mask Replica, Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
  59. Meet the Beatles, The Beatles
  60. Greatest Hits, Sly and the Family Stone
  61. Appetite for Destruction, Guns n’ Roses
  62. Achtung Baby, U2
  63. Sticky Fingers, The Rolling Stones
  64. Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958 – 1969), Various Artists
  65. Moondance, Van Morrison
  66. Led Zeppelin IV, Led Zeppelin
  67. The Stranger, Billy Joel
  68. Off the Wall, Michael Jackson
  69. Superfly, Curtis Mayfield
  70. Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin
  71. After the Gold Rush, Neil Young
  72. Purple Rain, Prince
  73. Back in Black, AC/DC
  74. Otis Blue, Otis Redding
  75. Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin
  76. Imagine, John Lennon
  77. The Clash, The Clash
  78. Harvest, Neil Young
  79. Star Time, James Brown
  80. Odessey and Oracle, The Zombies
  81. Graceland, Paul Simon
  82. Axis: Bold as Love, The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  83. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, Aretha Franklin
  84. Lady Soul, Aretha Franklin
  85. Born in the U.S.A., Bruce Springsteen
  86. Let It Be, The Beatles
  87. The Wall, Pink Floyd
  88. At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash
  89. Dusty in Memphis, Dusty Springfield
  90. Talking Book, Stevie Wonder
  91. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John
  92. 20 Golden Greats, Buddy Holly
  93. Sign ‘o’ the Times, Prince
  94. Bitches Brew, Miles Davis
  95. Green River, Creedence Clearwater Revival
  96. Tommy, The Who
  97. The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan
  98. This Year’s Model, Elvis Costello
  99. There’s a Riot Goin’ On, Sly and the Family Stone
  100. In the Wee Small Hours, Frank Sinatra
  101. Fresh Cream, Cream
  102. Giant Steps, John Coltrane
  103. Sweet Baby James, James Taylor
  104. Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, Ray Charles
  105. Rocket to Russia, Ramones
  106. Portrait of a Legend 1951 – 1964, Sam Cooke
  107. Hunky Dory, David Bowie
  108. Aftermath, The Rolling Stones
  109. Loaded, The Velvet Underground
  110. The Bends, Radiohead
  111. Court and Spark, Joni Mitchell
  112. Disraeli Gears, Cream
  113. The Who Sell Out, The Who
  114. Out of Our Heads, The Rolling Stones
  115. Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, Derek and the Dominos
  116. At Last, Etta James
  117. Sweetheart of the Rodeo , The Byrds
  118. Stand!, Sly and the Family Stone
  119. The Harder They Come Original Soundtrack, Various Artists
  120. Raising Hell, Run-DMC
  121. Moby Grape, Moby Grape
  122. Pearl, Janis Joplin
  123. Catch a Fire, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  124. Younger Than Yesterday, The Byrds
  125. Raw Power, The Stooges
  126. Remain in Light, Talking Heads
  127. If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears, The Mamas and the Papas
  128. Marquee Moon, Television
  129. 40 Greatest Hits, Hank Williams
  130. Paranoid, Black Sabbath
  131. Saturday Night Fever, Various Artists
  132. The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle, Bruce Springsteen
  133. Ready to Die, The Notorious B.I.G.
  134. Slanted and Enchanted, Pavement
  135. Greatest Hits, Elton John
  136. Tim, The Replacements
  137. The Chronic, Dr. Dre
  138. Rejuvenation, The Meters
  139. All That You Can’t Leave Behind, U2
  140. Parallel Lines, Blondie
  141. Live at the Regal, B.B. King
  142. Phil Spector, A Christmas Gift for You, Various Artists
  143. Gris-Gris, Dr. John
  144. Straight Outta Compton, N.W.A
  145. Aja, Steely Dan
  146. Surrealistic Pillow, Jefferson Airplane
  147. Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology, Otis Redding
  148. Deja Vu, Crosby Stills Nash and Young
  149. Houses of the Holy, Led Zeppelin
  150. Santana, Santana
  151. Darkness on the Edge of Town, Bruce Springsteen
  152. The B-52’s, The B-52’s
  153. Moanin’ in the Moonlight, Howlin’ Wolf
  154. The Low End Theory, A Tribe Called Quest
  155. Pretenders, The Pretenders
  156. Paul’s Boutique, Beastie Boys
  157. Closer, Joy Division
  158. Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy, Elton John
  159. Alive, Kiss
  160. Electric Warrior, T. Rex
  161. The Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding
  162. OK Computer, Radiohead
  163. 1999, Prince
  164. Heart Like a Wheel, Linda Ronstadt
  165. Let’s Get It On, Marvin Gaye
  166. Imperial Bedroom , Elvis Costello
  167. Master of Puppets, Metallica
  168. My Aim Is True, Elvis Costello
  169. Exodus, Bob Marley
  170. Live at Leeds, The Who
  171. The Notorious Byrd Brothers, The Byrds
  172. Every Picture Tells a Story, Rod Stewart
  173. Something/Anything?, Todd Rundgren
  174. Desire, Bob Dylan
  175. Close to You, The Carpenters
  176. Rocks, Aerosmith
  177. One Nation Under a Groove, Parliament/Funkadelic
  178. Greatest Hits, The Byrds
  179. The Anthology 1961 – 1977, Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions
  180. The Definitive Collection, Abba
  181. The Rolling Stones, Now!, The Rolling Stones
  182. Natty Dread, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  183. Fleetwood Mac, Fleetwood Mac
  184. Red Headed Stranger, Willie Nelson
  185. The Stooges, The Stooges
  186. Fresh, Sly and the Family Stone
  187. So, Peter Gabriel
  188. Buffalo Springfield Again, Buffalo Springfield
  189. Happy Trails, Quicksilver Messenger Service
  190. From Elvis in Memphis, Elvis Presley
  191. Funhouse, The Stooges
  192. The Gilded Palace of Sin, The Flying Burrito Brothers
  193. Dookie, Green Day
  194. Transformer, Lou Reed
  195. Bluesbreakers, John Mayall With Eric Clapton
  196. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965 – 1968, Various Artists
  197. Murmur, R.E.M.
  198. The Best of, Little Walter
  199. Highway to Hell, AC/DC
  200. The Downward Spiral, Nine Inch Nails
  201. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, Simon and Garfunkel
  202. Bad, Michael Jackson
  203. Wheels of Fire, Cream
  204. Dirty Mind, Prince
  205. Abraxas, Santana
  206. Tea for the Tillerman, Cat Stevens
  207. Ten, Pearl Jam
  208. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Neil Young With Crazy Horse
  209. Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd
  210. Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, Pavement
  211. Tattoo You, The Rolling Stones
  212. Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner, Ike and Tina Turner
  213. New York Dolls, New York Dolls
  214. Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley, Bo Diddley
  215. Two Steps From the Blues, Bobby Bland
  216. The Queen Is Dead, The Smiths
  217. Licensed to Ill, Beastie Boys
  218. Look-Ka Py Py, The Meters
  219. Loveless, My Bloody Valentine
  220. New Orleans Piano, Professor Longhair
  221. War, U2
  222. The Neil Diamond Collection, Neil Diamond
  223. Howlin’ Wolf, Howlin’ Wolf
  224. Nebraska, Bruce Springsteen
  225. The Complete Hank Williams, Hank Williams
  226. Doolittle, Pixies
  227. Paid in Full, Eric B. and Rakim
  228. Toys in the Attic, Aerosmith
  229. Nick of Time, Bonnie Raitt
  230. A Night at the Opera, Queen
  231. The Kink Kronikles, The Kinks
  232. Mr. Tambourine Man, The Byrds
  233. Bookends, Simon and Garfunkel
  234. The Ultimate Collection, Patsy Cline
  235. Mr. Excitement!, Jackie Wilson
  236. The Who Sings My Generation, The Who
  237. Like a Prayer, Madonna
  238. Can’t Buy a Thrill, Steely Dan
  239. Let It Be, The Replacements
  240. Run-DMC, Run-DMC
  241. Black Sabbath, Black Sabbath
  242. The Jerry Lee Lewis Anthology: All Killer No Filler!, Jerry Lee Lewis
  243. Freak Out!, The Mothers of Invention
  244. Live Dead, Grateful Dead
  245. Bryter Layter, Nick Drake
  246. The Shape of Jazz to Come, Ornette Coleman
  247. Automatic for the People, R.E.M.
  248. Reasonable Doubt, Jay-Z
  249. Low, David Bowie
  250. The River, Bruce Springsteen
  251. The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul, Otis Redding
  252. Metallica, Metallica
  253. Trans-Europe Express, Kraftwerk
  254. Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston
  255. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, The Kinks
  256. The Velvet Rope, Janet Jackson
  257. Stardust, Willie Nelson
  258. American Beauty, Grateful Dead
  259. Crosby Stills and Nash, Crosby Stills and Nash
  260. Buena Vista Social Club , Buena Vista Social Club
  261. Tracy Chapman, Tracy Chapman
  262. Workingman’s Dead, Grateful Dead
  263. The Genius of Ray Charles, Ray Charles
  264. Child Is Father to the Man, Blood, Sweat and Tears
  265. Cosmo’s Factory, Creedence Clearwater Revival
  266. Quadrophenia, The Who
  267. There Goes Rhymin’ Simon, Paul Simon
  268. Psycho Candy, The Jesus and Mary Chain
  269. Some Girls, The Rolling Stones
  270. The Beach Boys Today!, The Beach Boys
  271. Going to a Go-Go, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
  272. Nightbirds, Labelle
  273. The Slim Shady LP, Eminem
  274. Mothership Connection, Parliament
  275. Rhythm Nation 1814, Janet Jackson
  276. Anthology of American Folk Music, Harry Smith, ed.
  277. Aladdin Sane, David Bowie
  278. The Immaculate Collection, Madonna
  279. My Life, Mary J. Blige
  280. Folk Singer, Muddy Waters
  281. Can’t Get Enough, Barry White
  282. The Cars, The Cars
  283. Five Leaves Left, Nick Drake
  284. Music of My Mind, Stevie Wonder
  285. I’m Still in Love With You, Al Green
  286. Los Angeles, X
  287. Anthem of the Sun, Grateful Dead
  288. Something Else by the Kinks, The Kinks
  289. Call Me, Al Green
  290. Talking Heads: 77, Talking Heads
  291. The Basement Tapes, Bob Dylan and the Band
  292. White Light / White Heat, The Velvet Underground
  293. Greatest Hits, Simon and Garfunkel
  294. Kick Out the Jams, MC5
  295. Meat Is Murder, The Smiths
  296. We’re Only In It For the Money, The Mothers of Invention
  297. Weezer (Blue Album), Weezer
  298. Master of Reality, Black Sabbath
  299. Coat of Many Colors, Dolly Parton
  300. Fear of a Black Planet, Public Enemy
  301. John Wesley Harding, Bob Dylan
  302. The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem
  303. Grace, Jeff Buckley
  304. Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, Lucinda Williams
  305. Odelay, Beck
  306. Songs for Swingin’ Lovers, Frank Sinatra
  307. Avalon, Roxy Music
  308. The Sun Records Collection, Various Artists
  309. Nothing’s Shocking, Jane’s Addiction
  310. BloodSugarSexMagik, Red Hot Chili Peppers
  311. Unplugged in New York, Nirvana
  312. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill
  313. Damn the Torpedoes, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  314. The Velvet Underground, The Velvet Underground
  315. Surfer Rosa, Pixies
  316. Rock Steady, No Doubt
  317. The Eminem Show, Eminem
  318. Back Stabbers, The O’Jays
  319. Burnin’, Bob Marley and the Wailers
  320. Pink Moon, Nick Drake
  321. Sail Away, Randy Newman
  322. Ghost in the Machine, The Police
  323. Station to Station, David Bowie
  324. The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt, Linda Ronstadt
  325. Slowhand, Eric Clapton
  326. Disintegration, The Cure
  327. Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette
  328. Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair
  329. Daydream Nation, Sonic Youth
  330. In the Jungle Groove, James Brown
  331. Tonight’s the Night, Neil Young
  332. Help!, The Beatles
  333. Shoot Out the Lights, Richard and Linda Thompson
  334. Wild Gift, X
  335. Squeezing Out Sparks, Graham Parker
  336. Superunknown, Soundgarden
  337. Aqualung, Jethro Tull
  338. Cheap Thrills, Big Brother and the Holding Company
  339. The Heart of Saturday Night, Tom Waits
  340. Damaged, Black Flag
  341. Play, Moby
  342. Violator, Depeche Mode
  343. Bat Out of Hell, Meat Loaf
  344. Berlin, Lou Reed
  345. Stop Making Sense, Talking Heads
  346. 3 Feet High and Rising, De La Soul
  347. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Pink Floyd
  348. At Newport 1960, Muddy Waters
  349. Roger the Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down), The Yardbirds
  350. Rust Never Sleeps, Neil Young and Crazy Horse
  351. Brothers in Arms, Dire Straits
  352. 52nd Street, Billy Joel
  353. Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds, The Yardbirds
  354. 12 Songs, Randy Newman
  355. Between the Buttons, The Rolling Stones
  356. Sketches of Spain, Miles Davis
  357. Honky Chateau, Elton John
  358. Singles Going Steady, Buzzcocks
  359. Stankonia, Outkast
  360. Siamese Dream, The Smashing Pumpkins
  361. Substance, New Order
  362. L.A. Woman, The Doors
  363. Ray of Light, Madonna
  364. American Recordings, Johnny Cash
  365. Louder Than Bombs, The Smiths
  366. Mott, Mott the Hoople
  367. Is This It, The Strokes
  368. Rage Against the Machine, Rage Against the Machine
  369. Reggatta de Blanc, The Police
  370. Volunteers, Jefferson Airplane
  371. Siren, Roxy Music
  372. Late for the Sky, Jackson Browne
  373. Post, Bjork
  374. The Eagles, The Eagles
  375. The Ultimate Collection (1948 – 1990), John Lee Hooker
  376. (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?, Oasis
  377. CrazySexyCool, TLC
  378. Funky Kingston, Toots and the Maytals
  379. Greetings from Asbury Park, Bruce Springsteen
  380. Sunflower, The Beach Boys
  381. Modern Lovers, Modern Lovers
  382. More Songs About Buildings and Food, Talking Heads
  383. A Quick One (Happy Jack), The Who
  384. Pyromania, Def Leppard
  385. Pretzel Logic, Steely Dan
  386. Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, Wu-Tang Clan
  387. Country Life, Roxy Music
  388. A Hard Day’s Night, The Beatles
  389. The End of the Innocence, Don Henley
  390. Elephant, The White Stripes
  391. The Pretender, Jackson Browne
  392. Willy and the Poor Boys, Creedence Clearwater Revival
  393. Good Old Boys, Randy Newman
  394. For Your Pleasure, Roxy Music
  395. Blue Lines, Massive Attack
  396. Eliminator, ZZ Top
  397. Rain Dogs, Tom Waits
  398. Anthology, The Temptations
  399. Californication, Red Hot Chili Peppers
  400. Illmatic, Nas
  401. (Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd), Lynyrd Skynyrd
  402. Dr. John’s Gumbo, Dr. John
  403. Radio City, Big Star
  404. Sandinista!, The Clash
  405. Rid of Me, PJ Harvey
  406. I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got, Sinead O’ Connor
  407. Strange Days, The Doors
  408. Time Out of Mind, Bob Dylan
  409. 461 Ocean Boulevard, Eric Clapton
  410. Pink Flag, Wire
  411. Double Nickels on the Dime, Minutemen
  412. Mezzanine, Massive Attack
  413. Beauty and the Beat, Go-Go’s
  414. Greatest Hits, James Brown
  415. Van Halen , Van Halen
  416. Mule Variations, Tom Waits
  417. Boy, U2
  418. Band on the Run, Wings
  419. Dummy, Portishead
  420. With the Beatles, The Beatles
  421. The « Chirping » Crickets, Buddy Holly and the Crickets
  422. The Best of the Girl Groups, Volumes 1 and 2 , Various Artists
  423. Greatest Hits, The Mamas and the Papas
  424. King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 2, Robert Johnson
  425. Changesone, David Bowie
  426. The Battle of Los Angeles, Rage Against the Machine
  427. Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica, The Ronettes
  428. Kid A, Radiohead
  429. Grievous Angel, Gram Parsons
  430. At Budokan, Cheap Trick
  431. Anthology, Diana Ross and the Supremes
  432. Sleepless, Peter Wolf
  433. Another Green World, Brian Eno
  434. Outlandos D’Amour, The Police
  435. To Bring You My Love, PJ Harvey
  436. Here Come the Warm Jets, Brian Eno
  437. All Things Must Pass, George Harrison
  438. #1 Record, Big Star
  439. In Utero, Nirvana
  440. Sea Change, Beck
  441. Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt
  442. Boys Don’t Cry, The Cure
  443. Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963, Sam Cooke
  444. Criminal Minded, Boogie Down Productions
  445. Rum Sodomy and the Lash, The Pogues
  446. Suicide, Suicide
  447. Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, Devo
  448. In Color, Cheap Trick
  449. The World Is a Ghetto, War
  450. Fly Like an Eagle, Steve Miller Band
  451. Back in the USA, MC5
  452. Music, Madonna
  453. Ritual de lo Habitual, Jane’s Addiction
  454. Getz/Gilberto, Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto Featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim
  455. Synchronicity, The Police
  456. Third/Sister Lovers, Big Star
  457. For Everyman, Jackson Browne
  458. John Prine, John Prine
  459. Strictly Business, EPMD
  460. Love It to Death, Alice Cooper
  461. How Will the Wolf Survive?, Los Lobos
  462. Here, My Dear, Marvin Gaye
  463. Tumbleweed Connection, Elton John
  464. The Blueprint, Jay-Z
  465. Golden Hits, The Drifters
  466. Live Through This, Hole
  467. Love and Theft, Bob Dylan
  468. Elton John, Elton John
  469. Metal Box, Public Image Ltd.
  470. Document, R.E.M.
  471. Heaven Up Here, Echo and the Bunnymen
  472. Hysteria, Def Leppard
  473. A Rush of Blood to the Head, Coldplay
  474. Live in Europe, Otis Redding
  475. Tunnel of Love, Bruce Springsteen
  476. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
  477. The Score, Fugees
  478. Radio, LL Cool J
  479. I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight, Richard and Linda Thompson
  480. Faith, George Michael
  481. The Smiths, The Smiths
  482. Armed Forces, Elvis Costello and the Attractions
  483. Life After Death, The Notorious B.I.G.
  484. Branded Man, Merle Haggard
  485. All Time Greatest Hits, Loretta Lynn
  486. Maggot Brain, Funkadelic
  487. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, The Smashing Pumpkins
  488. Voodoo, D’Angelo
  489. Guitar Town, Steve Earle
  490. Entertainment!, Gang of Four
  491. All the Young Dudes, Mott the Hoople
  492. Vitalogy, Pearl Jam
  493. That’s the Way of the World, Earth, Wind and Fire
  494. She’s So Unusual, Cyndi Lauper
  495. New Day Rising, Husker Du
  496. Destroyer, Kiss
  497. Yo! Bum Rush the Show, Public Enemy
  498. Tres Hombres, ZZ Top
  499. Born Under a Bad Sign, Albert King
  500. Touch, Eurythmics

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  1. Martino
    septembre 8, 2011 à 11:24

    Beaucoup de bons albums ici,
    des indémodables, des originaux complets, du génie créatif;
    mais reste un point noir, le fait ridicule de mettre autant de CD d’artistes tels que
    les Beatles ou encore Bob Dylan, malgré leur reconnaissance interplanétaire, dans les premières place du classement, obscurcissant ainsi de merveilleux album d’artistes tout autant merveilleux, qui se retrouve relégués dans le bas du classement ou même qui en sont évincés.

    • JeBa
      janvier 6, 2014 à 12:19

      La reconnaissance interplanétaire des Beatles et de Dylan vient justement du fait qu’ils ont sorti les plus grands albums de tous les temps… rien de ridicule au classement donc, il ne s’agit pas de distribuer les places pour être sympa avec tout le monde.

      • Alexandre Monod
        octobre 24, 2014 à 6:44

        Réponse stupide JeBa : dans une société consumériste la reconnaissance est loin d’être solidaire du talent. Ce sont les artistes qui concilient le meilleur rapport entre être « bankable » et avoir du talent, bien sûr, qui sont à la tête de ce classement, d’ailleurs ridicule dans sa prétention, bien anglo-américaine, à juger arbitrairement de quels sont les meilleurs albums.
        Un titre comme celui du livre « les 500 albums qu’il faut avoir écoutés dans sa vie » est bien plus humble et fin, puisqu’il se présente comme un conseil, comme quand un ami vous dit « il faut que tu écoutes ça! » et non pas comme la vérité.

  2. cedrob93
    mai 26, 2015 à 3:31

    Belle masquarade ce classement.
    Les beach boys deuxieme c est a mourrir de rire , quatre albums des beatles parmi les 10 premiers faut arreter de déconner c est pas sérieux
    C est des anglais qui ont fait ce classement ou quoi ?
    Y a bien au moins 350 grosses daubes classés ici . Grosse prédominance du rock , de la pop et du folk et le reste ca vaut rien , ce classement ne reflète rien du tout . Les beach boys devant hendrix
    James brown , ray charles ou otis redding elvis ou les stones merde arrêté vos conneries pourquoi pas les musclés ou carlos MDR

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