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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...
Good on the Radiohead and Dylan ... not enough Wilco ... too much Kanye ...
Here's a list of great albums that Rolling Stone put behind "Tha Carter III" by Lil Wayne that should NOT be behind "Tha Carter III" by Lil Wayne:
. Discovery (Daft Punk)
. Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea (P.J. Harvey)
. Late Registration (Kanye West)
. Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (Arctic Monkeys)
. Toxicity (System Of A Down)
. Parachutes (Coldplay)
. Illinois (Sufjan Stevens)
They put ILLINOIS by Sufjan Stevens behind Tha Carter III by Lil Wayne! That alone is enough to bring this list down. Also, Ágætis Byrjun by Sigur Rós was released in 1999... why is it on this list?
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Although I do not have enough knowledge of the music of the 2000s and beyond for anything approaching authoritative judgment, this list is the worst kind of move by ‘Rolling Stone’. It proves at as “janitor-x” said over a decade ago, it is a magazine about pop culture far more than about actual cutting edge music.
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