Top 100 Greatest Music Albums by bdsball04 (2017)
- Chart updated: 04/27/2017 15:15
- (Created: 04/29/2016 17:03).
- Chart size: 100 albums.
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Top 100 Greatest Music Albums composition
|The Rolling Stones||4||4%|
|The Jimi Hendrix Experience||3||3%|
Top 100 Greatest Music Albums chart changes
| Up 2 from 69th to 67th|
| Up 1 from 82nd to 81st|
by Beach House
| Up 1 from 81st to 80th|
by Peter Gabriel
| Down 15 from 67th to 82nd|
Born In The U.S.A.
by Bruce Springsteen
| Down 1 from 65th to 66th|
by The Clash
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24 albums in common ! Wow !
48 albums in common. Love it
Nice choices! I like seeing Pearl Jam in the top 10
You seem to have very similar tastes to the aggregate ranking of this site. That's a great choice in including Let It Bleed and the Jimi Hendrix Experience though. If you don't mind me asking, as someone who has never listened to the Talking Heads, would you say that Remain in Light is a good place to start?
Great start, keep it up!