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When I think 80s rock I think Pixies, Meat Puppets, Dinosaur Jr... Where are they?
Actually not as bad as you'd expect from Rolling Stone. No Pixies, Cure, no metal at all except for a single Metallica album, way too much Prince for me, some contemporary pop rock albums I don't like and a serious lack of underground alternative music. But it's still much better than all other Rolling Stone lists I've come across
Why is Kill 'Em All on here and not Master of Puppets? I like Kill 'em All, but puppets seems like it would be more likely to be on a list by Rolling Stone
The list falls apart about halfway through in my opinion. Though I can kind of get their 500 best albums of all time list if this is what they think of the 80's.
Top 10's solid (except for tracy chapman's one) but the rest of the list looks sloppy. These are not the worst albums of the decade, but there's quite a bunch of records from the 80s better than them.
Also, wasn't London Calling released in 1979?
Can't argue with the top 2. Some definite holes, smiths , go-betweens etc.
Is Why Desintegration and Stone Roses in the top 10?
Ahhhh Rolling Stone, you have done it again!
Rolling stone list not as thorough as bestever overall list.
Love it, but now that some friends have made me listen to some other music I think it should have other bands instead of so many repeats.
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