Brian Fallon: “I went to high school in Hackettstown, New Jersey. Way back in 2006, NME released a list of the 100 greatest British albums of all-time. If the message of ‘Changes’ was that nothing lasts forever, it’s ironic how that song has gone on to become his most enduring hit, and ‘Hunky Dory’ his most time-tested album. Hunky Dory – David Bowie 4. 1. In 1959, twenty years before hip-hop provided a real voice for voiceless African-Americans, Miles Davis stood proud. This chart consists of 100 entries and the top-ranked entry in this chart is The Stone Roses by The Stone Roses. Love, ‘Forever Changes’ (1967) Elektra. Suede had created the Britpop scene in the image of Bowie at his most stylish, only to watch it go mod, chug a load of cheap lager, pretend it didn’t have a degree and fight itself over ‘birds’. Neutral Milk Hotel, ‘In The Aeroplane Over The Sea’, Queens Of The Stone Age ‘Songs For The Deaf’, The Streets ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’, Lauryn Hill, ‘The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill’, The Beatles, ‘Sgt. And in ‘Unfinished Sympathy’, they dreamt up its unsurpassable blueprint. Is This It – The Strokes 5. 16. The All-Time Top 100 Albums was a chart published by music magazine NME in 1974, which listed the 100 greatest albums ever as voted for by their writers. 32. Just as the blues musicians derived their rhythms from the rattle of the railroad, so Kraftwerk looked to trains as the carrier for this paean to Mitteleuropean modernity. It’s because ‘Rumours’ travels the entire breadth of human emotion and at the heart of the record lies all the elements of an addictive rock’n’roll soap opera that never ceases to fascinate its fans. 56. 36. Book awards: NME's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. ‘Raw Power’ is probably the best Stooges album, because it’s so loud. 23. 33. Snapes included a fifth National's album at number 7 in her top ten greatest albums of all time. Dazzling. Nirvana’s final album was Kurt Cobain’s response to the Seattle band becoming uncontrollably enormous after ‘Nevermind’. 90. Januar 2006. PJ Harvey had always wanted to make an album about war. The merits of Radiohead’s pay-what-you-thinkit’s-worth release plan are still being debated now, but what’s not is the quality of the music, unquestionably Radiohead’s finest, most coherent record since ‘OK Computer’ – in fact, many fans now hold it in higher esteem. There is a more recent chart by New Music Express in which rank scores have been awarded - The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time by New Music Express (2013) . It hasn’t stood the test of time like 1998’s ‘Mezzanine’ but it’s this debut record that marked the invention of trip-hop and the birth of the Bristol movement. ‘Ziggy Stardust…’ demands to be engaged with from start to finish. 44. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, Oasis, ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’, The Sex Pistols, ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’, Wu-Tang Clan, ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’, David Bowie, ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’, Kanye West, ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’, Arctic Monkeys, ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’, Public Enemy, ‘It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back’, The Velvet Underground & Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico. The underlying thing that tied it all together was their commitment. The Guardian noted that NME's Features Editor in 2013, Laura Snapes, rated in her top four spots four albums by the same band, the National. 25th October 2013. Pretty good representative chart. The Montreal collective’s debut saw them contemplating nothing smaller than life and death itself. It was Carole King. The Stones’ dark high-point is so wrapped in mythology and cult enigma it’s as if the Devil himself was on the desk. 86. 5. 21st October 2013. REM at their most balletic. 28. Public Enemy, ‘Fear Of A Black Planet’ (1990) Def Jam. This chart has a Bayesian average rating of 73.4/100, a mean average of 71.3/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 72.7/100. A hormone-drenched racket. Showing latest 5 ratings for this chart. Miles Davis, ‘Kind Of Blue’ (1959) Columbia. The sleeve said it all: space-age technology turned on its side. Why register? Copyright © 2005-2020 Bowie created Ziggy to be the perfect rock star, a cocaine-skinny humanoid alien, charisma down to his bones and suitably adored by the fan armies depicted in the timeless ‘Ziggy Stardust’ song. Dylan’s sixth LP saw him trading stripped-back protest balladry and Woody Guthrie worship for full-band ballsiness. Experimenting with stream-of-consciousness writing, inspired by American baptist preachers. RZA’s dirt-encrusted production took hip-hop back to its grimy New York basics after LA’s sun-blasted melodiousness had turned the genre into pop, and the Babel of lyrical styles from the then masked emcees returned some mystique to a music that was lacking those essential qualities. Depending on who you believe, either a monument to the pretension of a pop band overreaching itself, or a beguiling if flawed experiment that reveals itself in a thousand lush layers. Young was in his mid 20s, but wrote and sang like a man who’d already seen too much. Talk Talk, ‘Spirit Of Eden’ (1988) Parlophone. 2013 NME – The 500 greatest albums of all time 1. More than thirty years on, there’s still something unknowable and otherworldly about it. 71. Public Enemy, ‘It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back’ (1988) Def Jam. Registering is quick, easy and FREE! Epic in every sense of the word, ‘Daydream Nation’ was hailed as a work of undiluted genius upon its release, age has not withered it a jot. 63. Nirvana, ‘Nevermind’ (1991) Geffen. The first list was published in a special issue of the magazine in 2003 and a related book in 2005. My own contribution to it involved spending a weekend trying to compile my top 50 albums and singles of all time (from which lists, as you might expect, they compiled the final '500 Greatest' chart.) 64. The Beatles, Revolver (1966). Otherwise a really cool and diverse list. As voted for by a panel of judges including Artists, Critics & DJ's from around the world. Radiohead, ‘The Bends’ (1995) Parlophone. Screeching and visceral, raw with fury and full of desire, it’s chaotic poetry. In 1983, ‘Murmur’ placed REM at the vanguard of American indie, a position they only relinquished when they finally called it a day in 2011. It may have inspired legions of rubbish EDM imitators, but classics like ‘One More Time’, ‘Digital Love’ and ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’ make ‘Discovery’ the real deal. Signing to a major label didn’t cost Sonic Youth their soul, ‘Goo’ and ‘Dirty’ are both loftily-ranked in the alt.rock pantheon -but their last album before signing to Geffen is still their most revered. Far and away the best album of rock’s Phase One, virtually every one of these 35 minutes brought a fresh revelation, featuring more stylistic and cultural innovation in its first ten minutes than most other bands achieve in their lifespan. Utterly bewitching, ‘Dusty…’ stands up as perhaps the ultimate piece of A&R, a perfect match of evergreen songs (Wexler originally put as many as 80 to Dusty), a great singer and crack players. A more joyous, winsome listen than the downbeat ‘Let It Bleed’ from the get-go, ‘Brown Sugar’ collided Jagger’s libidinous swagger with the controversial story of a slave trade worker to a din of honky tonk pianos. What makes this list different is that it compiles and aggregates data from other best of lists, including both critics lists such as Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums books and fan polls such as Q magazine’s 100 Greatest Albums Ever poll. If that’s true, ‘Blue’ is the equivalent of flesh inked with the names of ex-lovers, minus the stomach-churning regret. So with their second album they disowned their yobbish tearaway offspring and crafted something classier; an epic of grit and grandeur, a cathedral of trash. Dominated by Brian Eno’s warped genius – his departure shortly afterwards pushed them into the mainstream. You can alter this threshold from your profile page. David Bowie, Low (1977) RCA. Carl Barât: “Lou Reed is a hero because he wasn’t very good looking and dressed like a girl but it didn’t matter. The Guardian 100 Best Albums Ever By updated 11 days ago. Any song that lists the days of the week pisses me off.”. But don’t let Partridge fool you. And here was an album that managed to utterly encapsulate the baggy Madchester scene of the moment and that would continue to influence bands to this day. I fast-forward that bit, “Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday…”. Categories: All-time [List410558] | | +121. Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche. 20. Oasis’ breakthrough album claimed Britpop for the lads and primed the band for Knebworth with such timeless anthems as ‘Wonderwall’ and ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’. Never for commercial success, but a hunger for art, for honesty, for beauty. 54. A record that followed the surprise gloomy shades of 1968’s ‘Beggars Banquet’ with even stormier hues, ‘Let it Bleed’ was to be the Swinging Sixties’ sinister swan song – an album that, beneath its bristling bass lines, bluesy licks of guitar and clatter of drums, lamented the crumbling of a counterculture uprising. From the opening ‘Planet Telex’ through the blistering ‘My Iron Lung’, the neurotic ‘Just’ and the world-weary ‘Fake Plastic Trees’, ‘The Bends’ is the gateway Radiohead record. Wu-Tang Clam, ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chamblers)’ (1993) Loud. Producer Steve Albini was brought in, and with him the trio created a stunningly ferocious and spiteful set of songs that reconnected Kurt, Dave and Krist with their punk rock roots. What distinguishes it as the greatest ever made? Radiohead, ‘In Rainbows’ (2007) Self released. A high standard deviation can be legitimate, but can sometimes indicate 'gaming' is occurring. 40. In 2005, Q magazine included the album in a list of "Ten Terrible Records by Great Artists", and it ranked #4 in their 50 worst albums of all-time … A scrawny girl from New Jersey with a truckers’ accent, Patti Smith was a punk poet like no other. If the preceding ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’ had seen Blur declare war on grunge and meathead American rock, ‘Parklife’ saw them perfect the sound that would put Britain back in the middle of the mid-‘90s cultural map. 43. Noisier than punk, funk only in the most technical sense and with Chuck’s righteous sloganeering spliced between Flavor’s manic cackles and declamations, it redefined the possibilities for rap, rock, soul and beyond. The garage rock sound that made follow-up album ‘White Blood Cells’ famous was absent on ‘De Stijl’, which instead operated as a giant leap forward from the band’s self-titled debut, an opportunity for Jack to prove he plays the blues better than anyone since Jimmy Page. But it’s on a harrowing tale of heroin abuse, the acoustic ‘The Needle And The Damage Done’, that we hear the real Young –raw and unflinchingly honest. 67. Hayden Thorpe, Wild Beasts: “It’s a real time-and-a-place album. She makes herself fall so she can pick herself up again and propel herself forward.”. 96. 17. The most striking aspect of Public Enemy’s second LP is how it still sounds like the future. NME: The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time . Stephen Street: “The Clash proved you didn’t have to be just a one-trick pony – you could do a little bit of rockabilly, some reggae, or something straightforward, punky and rocky. The longing of ‘Last Goodbye’, the lump-in-the-throat heartache of ‘Lover, You Should’ve Come Over’ and the haunting ‘Dream Brother’ are all the more eerie from beyond the grave. Twitter. From the crunchy opener ‘Vertigo’ to the pure punk blast of ‘I Get Along’, the songs sound like they were pulled out of Pete Doherty and Carl Barât’s hearts and straight onto tape. June 1st, 1974. Solidifying his status as the greatest songwriter of the 20th century™, it kicked off with the monumental ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ and ended with him harking back to his acoustic roots with the epic ‘Desolation Row’. 82. LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, Sound Of Silver (2007)Capitol. The loose, narcotic roll of chateau Nellcote’s sweltering cellar infected ‘Exile…’ and gave it its arcane, subterranean voodoo; the double set splurge of an assured band at its peak, coasting on a creative high. David Bowie, ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ (1972) RCA. Van Morrison sounds possessed and driven, his voice another Celtic-soul instrument, as the multiplicity of supporting players cajole their instruments to speak in tongues. 65. Before ‘Get Lucky’ there was this: a house masterpiece that became to dance music what Romeo and Juliet is to tragic love stories. An album consisting entirely of guitar feedback loops, ranked No. This is a really weird turn for the chart considering their older one available on this website... seems like at some point they just decided to become complete rockists. The Velvet Underground & Nico has been worn smooth by the years. 45. It is based on weighted votes from selected musicians, critics, and industry figures. Revolver – The Beatles 3. ‘Metropolis’. 94. Pinterest. Iggy & The Stooges, ‘Raw Power’ (1973) Columbia. 34. Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ crystallized in song a specific mood, in this case the fragile pre-millennial atmosphere of late 90s Britain with lyrics about yuppie culture, political malaise, paranoia and emotional isolation. The Beatles, ‘Abbey Road’ (1969) Apple. Jason Lytle: “They’re a great band so it’s really hard to pick out any one of their records because they’re all great, but this one is terrific. With the help Brian Eno, he wound this into an album of driving polyrhythms fired with an ecstatic fervour, nowhere better than on the modern spiritual ‘Once In A Lifetime’. Create & share your own charts. The list and writer's choices voting several times for the same act, were criticized by several papers including The Guardian.. Kraftwerk, ‘Trans-Europe Express’ (1977) Kling Klang. It’s also much more than that. Oasis’ debut album came from a background of grit and graft, lager-splashed hedonism and domestic battles far more troubling than any French festival guitar-smashing that would estrange the Gallagher brothers later in life. The 100 Greatest Albums of All Time. brings together over 40,000 charts and calculates an overall ranking of the best albums of all time. No sales figures can convey the gut-punch excitement of ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’. ... And lots more! Book awards by cover. Oasis, ‘Definitely Maybe’ (1994) Creation. Shedding the distortion of their debut, ‘Live Through This’ ventured into unexpectedly gentle territory with acoustic track ‘Softer, Softest’. Shields’ magnum opus sounds like an authentic field recording from its author’s – or should that be architect’s? 85. ‘Neon Lights’. ‘Different Class’ is the sound of Pulp smuggling some deeply subversive truths into our record players. ‘Loveless’ was the genre’s music of the spheres. Having Dave Grohl on drums helped, but ‘Songs For The Deaf’ is all about Josh Homme working his mojo on hip-shaking wonders ‘No One Knows’ and ‘Go With The Flow’. 77. Its centerpiece ‘Basket Case’ remains one of the greatest singles in modern rock – not bad for a band named after a slang term for a day spent smoking weed. David Bowie, Station To Station (1976) RCA. – sleeping subconscious: immersive and impressionistic, ‘Come In Alone’ and ‘To Here Knows When’ sounded as if they were being beamed in from another plane of consciousness. The Beatles, ‘Rubber Soul’ (1965) Parlophone. The Stone Roses were a band for all seasons, pulling influences from dance music and psychedelia, indie and rock and fusing them into one effortless whole. 41.Sonic Youth ‘Daydream Nation’ (1988) Enigma. Love’s third and best album replaced garage rock snarl with baroque strings and acoustic guitars, but the resulting sweetness did little to mask the air of menace within. Primal Scream, ‘Screamadelica’ (1991) Creation. The Velvet Underground & Nico - The Velvet Underground 6. Kate Bush ‘Hounds Of Love’ (1985) EMI. A list of NME's best music of 2020. Decent enough although, as you'd expect from NME, rather odd choices here and there incl. Cee Lo Green: “Iggy Pop is the ultimate American icon, like the anti-working class hero, this drugged-up rebel kid with too much energy who’s thumbing his nose at the world. Few artists ever capture a moment like this, hooked around the story of a stoner losing a wedge down the back of the TV. I felt like we were a really cool band playing really cool songs, like we were awesome…”. Obvious British bias with Stone Roses upfront, and extensive Smith and and Rolling Stones. Tweet. Dave Maclean, Django Django: “I remember going into Our Price with my mum and asking the guy for some Public Enemy; I was used to ’60s music in my folks’ LP collection, and that was mind-expanding enough, but this felt like my music, speaking for my generation, and it blew my tiny, Scottish head.”. 13.Arcade Fire, Funeral (2004)Rough Trade. Lyrically examining Courtney Love’s new place in motherhood, Hole’s second album showed a sweeter side to the band. Facebook. Explore the NME Top 500 Albums (2013) list by Ghostboy on Discogs. But she knew that to fully convey the horror of that bloody string that ties history together required a level of strength and depth as a writer that would take years to accomplish. Hot on the heels of two of the greatest albums ever made, this sprawling double-LP confirmed Dylan’s status as his generation’s superlative songsmith. 3. Let us know what you think of this chart by adding a comment or assigning a rating below! The list presented was compiled based on votes from current and past NME journalists. The band never got higher than the summer of 1991, which they spent holed up in a studio with a mountain of drugs and heads full of music that would combine acid house and rave culture with good ol’ fashioned gospel, blues and the sort of guitar licks that would put a smile across Keith Richards’ craggy face. Nice list - good mix of taste. Bob Dylan, ‘Blonde On Blonde’ (1966) Columbia. The mean average rating would be 50. The best music of all time.. Music reviews, ratings, news and more. A benchmark of claustrophobia and creeping unease, it feels like there’s hardly any room to breathe on Joy Division’s 1979 debut – as though the austere machinery that propels the album along is sucking all the oxygen out of your lungs. View reviews, ratings, news & more regarding your favorite band. 1.The Smiths, The Queen Is Dead (1986). Daft Punk, ‘Discovery’ (2001) Virgin. By NME Blog. 53. As appeared in The Guardian - UK daily broadsheet newspaper, on September 19th 1997. 24. 59. Prince was big before ‘Purple Rain’, but his sixth studio album (and soundtrack to the film of the same name) made him massive by mixing first-rate songwriting with his dazzling ability to master genres from funk to hard rock to psychedelic pop. But not a bad thing. It is a state-of-the-nation address which seems impervious to the passage of years. There have been plenty list available that rank the top 100 greatest albums of all time. 19. As many of the usual suspects are here, a lot of them are in different positions than we're used to seeing, and it's nice that the canon is being upended enough that the once-unshakable consensus Greatest Album of All Time is floating right around where it probably belongs. 27. 66. Emily Barker. Nicky Wire: “That was the album when The Smiths really nailed it for me. The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" is a recurring music ranking of the finest albums in history as compiled by the American magazine Rolling Stone. Roxy Music, ‘For Your Pleasure’ (1973) Island. There was a time when Radiohead just wrote brilliant tunes. Jagger puts himself in Beelzebub’s shoes on the simply staggering album opener ‘Sympathy For The Devil’, blazing a trail through history while Richards comes on like the soundtrack to the apocalypse. Patti Smith, ‘Horses’ (1975) Arista. Earn member points and gain access to increasing levels of functionality! Van Morrison, ‘Astral Weeks’ (1968) Warner Bros. Bob Dylan’s infamous acolytes really came into their own in 1969 when they cemented their invention of country-rock, predated lo-fi by three decades, and introduced a rustic, ironically reactionary take on Southern mores that would later fire many an imagination. The Stone Roses, ‘The Stone Roses’ (1989)Silvertone. 49. Eschewing the trends of commercial rap in the early 90s, Nas and DJ Premier combined minimalist production with funk, soul and jazz samples to create an album against which any future rap release would be judged. 35. ‘The Beatles’ proved that the group were just as brilliant while unravelling as they were when everything was fab. NME: The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Alan Partridge’s favourite album of all time is ‘Best of the Beatles’, which suggests you can’t really go wrong with a greatest hits collection. 39. Create a wishlist of albums. 50. The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time: 500-401. WhatsApp. In fact, one of their songs, ‘Ohio Heat’, was named after the time when one of our road crew got a text message from… well, let’s call it a young lady.”. REM, ‘Automatic For The People’ (1992) Warner Bros. 61. (Only showing comments with -2 votes or higher. Create your own from the My Charts page! Customise the overall chart using a variety of different filters & metrics. Queens Of The Stone Age ‘Songs For The Deaf’ (2002) Interscope. 91. Nas, ‘Illmatic’ (1994) Columbia. Marvin Gaye, ‘What’s Going On’ (1971) Tamla. “Songs are like tattoos”, sings Joni Mitchell on the title track of her fourth album. © 2020 NME is a member of the media division of BandLab Technologies. A ramshackle mess of a record with Pete’s vocals cobbled together from the few coherent sessions of his rare visits to the studio, the songwriting panache of ‘Music When The Lights Go Out’ and ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’ shining through the druggy drawls to create a brilliantly haggard portrait of a great talent tipped over the edge. The Strokes, Is This It (2001) Rough Trade. The Rolling Stones, ‘Sticky Fingers’ (1971) Rolling Stones. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles topped the chart. Nas was young when he wrote his debut album, just 19, but wise and world-weary, spinning vividly imagined stories of life on the streets. 48. Music reviews, ratings, news and more. NME's Best Folk Albums of All Time. Freddie Cowan, The Vaccines: “When I was growing up I used to like skate videos and there was this one where they used ‘Where Is My Mind?’ and it just got me. Dusty Springfield, ‘Dusty In Memphis’ (1969) Atlantic. As the Purple One himself might put it, it’s close 2 genius. 9. It was Morissette’s first album outside Canada. The Velvet Underground & Nico, The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967) Verve. It is one of those select few albums which seem to transcend its influences, working them into something singular and new. Contents[show] The top 5 Sgt. Talking Heads, ‘Remain In Light’ (1980) Sire. Similarly another NME journalist, Kevin EG Perry, also selected four albums by the same band in his top four spots, this time The Rolling Stones. The Sex Pistols, ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ (1977) Virgin. 81. ‘Sound Of Silver’ is humanism made to sound superhuman. Worse, it reduces the listener’s ability to feel the full range of a tremendous record’s complicated and expansive power. Blondie, ‘Parallel Lines’ (1978) Chrysallis. He was a smooth lothario in a pop band who then went on to make an album about Vietnam and oppression. The album that exposed the QOTSA as a gargantuan rock force. | Show all 164 ratings for this chart. 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