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Jesus Christ. Some of these choices are plain bizarre. Some thoughts:
-I really like the fact that they included The Marshall Mathers LP and Kala in the top 10, because I really love them and I think they've kind of got lost in the shuffle.
-Lil fucking Wayne? Seriously?
-Look, I liked 50 Cent when I was a teenager, but even then I would have found his placement on this list a bit of a stretch.
-Bruce Springsteen has released some pretty great albums, none of them released during this decade. Same can be said about U2.
-Waaaay too much Kanye. Late registration and The college dropout I can get on board with, but Graduation is where I draw the line.
Pretty boring, no metal or prog, still includes Bob Dylan and a bunch of others that are past their time.
Pretty bad, but I love Modern Times.
You really can't put Jay Z above Funeral, Elephant, and In Rainbows - 3 of the best albums ever recorded.
Wow 2000s were terrible to RS. Missed most of the good music.
Modern Times at eight? Love and Theft at 11? Rolling Stone needs to get their head out of the 60s...
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