24 de dezembro de 2009

Os 100 maiores álbuns de todos os tempos da Time

"Master of Puppets" do Metallica, "Back in Black" do AC/DC, "Paranoid" do BLACK SABBATH, "IV" do LED ZEPPELIN e "Nevermind" do NIRVANA estão entre os "100 maiores álbuns de todos os tempos, de acordo com os editores da revista Time.

"Nós pesquisamos e ouvimos e agonizamos até que tivéssemos uma lista dos maiores e mais influentes discos já feitos - e então todo mundo reclamou porque não havia nenhum Pink Floyd nela. E é exatamente assim que deve ser," Josh Tyrangiel e Alan Light escreveram no artigo. "Nós esperamos que vocês tratem o 100 maiores de todos os tempos como um grande cometição musical. Leia e ouça os argumentos para os selecionados, e nos diga o que deixamos passar ou esteja errado. Ou até o que está certo."

Veja abaixo a lista de álbuns, por década:


The Essential Hank Williams Collection: Turn Back the Years (Hank Williams, Mercury, 2005)
The College Dropout (Kanye West, Roc-a-Fella, 2004)
Portrait of a Legend 1951 - 1964 (Sam Cooke, ABKCO Music & Records, 2003)
Elvis: 30 No. 1 Hits (Elvis Presley, BMG/Elvis, 2002)
The Anthology, 1947 - 1972 (Muddy Waters, Chess, 2001)
Kid A (Radiohead, Capitol, 2000)
Stankonia, Outkast (LaFace, 2000)
Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea (PJ Harvey, UMG Recordings, 2000)
The Marshall Mathers LP (Eminem, Interscope, 2000)


Sunrise (Elvis Presley, BMG / Elvis, 1999)
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (Lucinda Williams, Universal, 1998)
OK Computer (Radiohead, Capitol, 1997)
Time Out of Mind (Bob Dylan, Sony, 1997)
Endtroducing... (DJ Shadow, Mo' Wax, 1996)
(What's the Story) Morning Glory (Oasis, Sony, 1995)
Live Through This (Hole, Geffen, 1994)
My Life (Mary J. Blige, MCA, 1994)
Ready to Die (The Notorious B.I.G., Bad Boy, 1994)
Slanted and Enchanted (Pavement, Matador, 1992)
The Chronic (Dr. Dre, Death Row/Interscope, 1992)
Achtung Baby (U2, Island, 1991)
Nevermind (Nirvana, DGC Records, 1991)
Out of Time (R.E.M., Warner Brothers, 1991)
Phil Spector, Back to Mono (1958 - 1969) (Various Artists, Abkco, 1991)
Ropin' The Wind (Garth Brooks, Capitol, 1991)
Star Time (James Brown, Polydor, 1991)
The Low End Theory (A Tribe Called Quest, Jive, 1991)


Like a Prayer (Madonna, Sire/London/Rhino, 1989)
Paul's Boutique (Beastie Boys, Capitol, 1989)
The Stone Roses (The Stone Roses, Jive, 1989)
It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (Public Enemy, Def Jam/Columbia, 1988)
Straight Outta Compton (N.W.A, Priority, 1988)
Document (R.E.M., I.R.S. Records, 1987)
Paid in Full (Eric B. and Rakim, Island, 1987)
Sign O' The Times (Prince, Paisley Park, 1987)
The Joshua Tree (U2, Island, 1987)
Graceland (Paul Simon, Warner Brothers, 1986)
Master of Puppets (Metallica, Elektra/Wea, 1986)
Raising Hell (Run-DMC, Arista Records/Profile, 1986)
Legend (Bob Marley and the Wailers, Island/Tuff Gong, 1984)
Purple Rain (Prince, Warner Brothers, 1984)
Stop Making Sense (Talking Heads, Warner Brothers/Wea, 1984)
The Great Twenty-Eight (Chuck Berry, MCA, 1982)
Thriller (Michael Jackson, Sony, 1982)
Back in Black (AC/DC, Atlantic, 1980)


London Calling (The Clash, Sony, 1979)
One Nation Under a Groove (Parliament / Funkadelic, Warner Brothers, 1978)
Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols (The Sex Pistols, Warner Brothers/Wea, 1977)
Rumours (Fleetwood Mac, Warner Brothers, 1977)
Hotel California (The Eagles, Elektra/Wea, 1976)
Ramones (The Ramones, Sire, 1976)
Songs in the Key of Life (Stevie Wonder, Motown, 1976)
Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen, Sony, 1975)
Horses (Patti Smith, Arista, 1975)
Red Headed Stranger (Willie Nelson, Sony, 1975)
Call Me (Al Green, The Right Stuff, 1973)
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John, MCA, 1973)
The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie, RCA, 1972)
Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones, Virgin, 1972)
Talking Book (Stevie Wonder, UMG Recordings, 1972)
The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff and Various Artists, Island, 1972)
Blue (Joni Mitchell, Warner Brothers/Wea, 1971)
Coat of Many Colors (Dolly Parton, RCA, 1971)
Hunky Dory (David Bowie, RCA, 1971)
Led Zeppelin IV (a.k.a. Zoso) (Led Zeppelin, Wea International, 1971)
Paranoid (Black Sabbath, Warner Brothers, 1971)
Sticky Fingers (The Rolling Stones, Virgin, 1971)
Tapestry (Carole King, Ode/A&M, 1971)
What's Going On (Marvin Gaye, Motown, 1971)
Who's Next (The Who, Mobile Fidelity, 1971)
After the Gold Rush (Neil Young, Reprise, 1970)
Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon and Garfunkel, Columbia, 1970)
John Lennon (Plastic Ono Band, Apple/EMI, 1970)
Moondance (Van Morrison, Warner Brothers/Wea, 1970)


Abbey Road (The Beatles, Capitol, 1969)
Bitches Brew (Miles Davis, Sony, 1969)
Stand! (Sly & the Family Stone, Epic, 1969)
The Band (The Band, Capitol, 1969)
Astral Weeks (Van Morrison, Warner Brothers/Wea, 1968)
At Folsom Prison (Johnny Cash, Sony, 1968)
Lady Soul (Aretha Franklin, Atlantic, 1968)
The Beatles ("The White Album") (The Beatles, Capitol, 1968)
Are You Experienced (The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Experience Hendrix, 1967)
I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (Aretha Franklin, Atlantic, 1967)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (The Beatles, Capitol, 1967)
The Velvet Underground and Nico (The Velvet Underground, Polydor/Pgd, 1967)
Blonde on Blonde (Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1966)
Pet Sounds (The Beach Boys, DCC, 1966)
Revolver (The Beatles, Capitol, 1966)
Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan, Columbia, 1965)
Otis Blue (Otis Redding, Atlantic, 1965)
Rubber Soul (The Beatles, Capitol, 1965)
A Love Supreme (John Coltrane, Impulse, 1964)
Live at the Apollo (1963) (James Brown, Polydor, 1963)
Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (Ray Charles, ABC/Paramount, 1962)
King of the Delta Blues Singers (Robert Johnson, Columbia, 1961)


Kind of Blue (Miles Davis, Sony, 1959)
Here's Little Richard (Little Richard, Specialty, 1957)
Songs for Swingin' Lovers (Frank Sinatra, Capitol, 1955)
In the Wee Small Hours (Frank Sinatra, Capitol, 1954)

Fonte desta matéria: Metallica Remains

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