A list of Rolling Stone readers’ favorite albums of all time.
The magazine has been known to use a range of criteria to rank the best albums of the past 20 years, but the list of favorites is far more extensive than this.
In fact, the list includes everything from rock and roll legends to pop acts and contemporary pop acts.
The list was compiled by the magazine’s staff, who were asked to pick the 10 best albums from the past 50 years, from which they culled an expansive, in-depth, and authoritative list of 50 albums.
Rolling Stone’s staff included music critic Jon Rosenblum, Rolling Stone Music editor Eric Weisberg, Rolling Stones music writer Brian Stokes, and Rolling Stone senior music editor Jeff B. Singer.
The members of the editorial staff are responsible for the editorial content of the list.
Rollers will release the final list of the top 50 albums in the spring of 2020.
The full list of winners is below.
The 10 Best Albums of All-Time by Rolling Stone StaffA.
The Beatles (1968)By now, many of you have heard of the Rolling Stones, the rock band that brought us “Rolling Stones,” the most popular rock band of all-time.
I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Beatles, who have been a huge part of the history of rock music.
They’re not just a band.
They have been, for better or for worse, a defining figure in rock music since their heyday.
The Rolling Stones are also an iconic American band, with iconic songs, iconic records, and iconic concerts.
They are a group that has had an enormous influence on the culture, and a band that has influenced generations of rock fans and musicians.
Bob Dylan (1963)It’s no secret that Dylan has been a fan favorite for the last 30 years.
I’m not just talking about the music itself.
Dylan’s lyrics and his iconic live performances have been an enduring influence on music and culture for many years.
His songs have influenced a generation of artists, including the Beatles.
His legacy as a folk singer is a big part of that.
But his music has also been an influential part of rock history, from the 1960s through the 1980s, when his work helped define the sound of the counterculture.
The Cure (1976)Cure is an incredibly popular songwriter.
His music has become so influential in the world of pop culture, his songs have been used in many movies and TV shows, and his music videos have been shown on MTV and in music videos and live shows across the world.
He is also an artist that many people look up to, even though he is also a singer, songwriter, and producer.
Bruce Springsteen (2003)Born into a rock-and-roll family, Bruce Springfield was the youngest of four children.
His mother was a musician, his father a pianist, and he always had a passion for music.
His father, a musician himself, would make his music accessible to everyone, which is what the band was all about.
He became a big fan of rock ‘n’ roll at a young age and was a huge fan of the Beatles and Elvis Presley.
Guns N’ Roses (1989)In 1989, Guns N Roses released the debut studio album, In Utero.
The record was a big hit and spawned an entire pop-rock movement.
The band’s breakthrough album, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, had a similarly big impact.
The two albums combined elements of pop, rock, and rap into a fusion of pop and metal.
Guns had the biggest pop hits of the decade, with the single “Fireworks” having become a hit worldwide.
It was one of the best-selling albums of 1989.
The Four Seasons (1996)A band of five members and a singer-songwriter, the Four Seasons were a popular band in the ’80s and ’90s, recording and performing their own material with a distinctive style and a strong musical voice.
They broke through with the hit single “I Am the Walrus,” and in 1997, the band won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Group.
The album sold over a million copies and the band went on to release a sequel album, The Walrus Returns, which was a massive hit and helped launch their career.
Pink (1998)The album Pink has been an instant classic in the popular music world.
Its song “Pink Floyd,” which debuted on the cover of the second album of the Pink Floyd franchise, is one of rock’s most recognizable songs.
The song is a classic pop song, and has been performed by almost every famous musician.
It is also one of Pink Floyd’s most enduring songs, being one of its most popular.
The Human League (2001)The Human League was a hugely influential group