In 2003, Rolling Stone asked a panel of 271 artists, producers, industry executives and journalists to pick the greatest albums of all time. In 2009, we asked a similar group of 100 experts to pick the best albums of the 2000s. From those results, Rolling Stone created this new list of the greatest albums of all time.
The Rolling Stone Collection: 25 Years of Essential Rock. Rolling Stone Collection 1986-1992. Time Life Music Presents The Rolling Stone Collection: 1977-1982. 25 Years of Essential Rock SONGS: 1. God Save The Queen (Sex Pistols) 2. See No Evil (Television) 3. Watching the Detectives (Elvis Costello) 4. We Three (Patti Smith Group) 5. Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (Ian Dury) 6. Werewolves Of London (Warren Zevon) 7. Refugee (Tom Petty) 8. Little Sister (Ry Cooder) 9. A Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy (Kinks) 10.
I would have different songs to represent certain artists (Santana & The Steve Miller Band for instance), but otherwise it's AMAZING. It puts the music in it's proper historical context and the sum is even greater than the (flawless) parts that comprise it.
Another offshoot of Time Life's Sounds of the Eighties series, each volume of The Rolling Stone Collection covers a couple years of the decade and rounds up selections that are geared toward the tastes of the average Rolling Stone reader. The 1982-1983 volume features Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing," George Clinton's "Atomic Dog," Roxy Music's "Avalon," U2's "Sunday.
In the 1990s Rolling Stone in conjunction with Time-Life started issuing a retrospective collection of CDs titled Sounds of the Eighties. Six albums were issued, and this time out, U2 did feature on the compilations. The album 1980 – 1981 features the studio version of Gloria, the CD 1983 – 1985 features Sunday Bloody Sunday and the album 1986 – 1987 featured the album versions of both I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For and Where the Streets Have No Name. Before these Rolling Stone did a further collection called 25 Years of Essential Rock which also had included U2.
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The Rolling Stones have been one of the leading forces in British music for the last 60 years. The band have scored eight Number 1 singles and twelve Number 1 albums. Stone age. Rolling stones. 100 hits - the best classical album. 02. The ultimate classical collection.
It begins with Big Mama Thornton's ''Hound Dog'' and ends with Shawn Colvin's ''Sunny Came Home,'' and that pretty much sums up the prevailing philosophy of this CD companion to Rolling Stone's excellent book on women in rock. Listening to these disks is like tuning in to a middle-of-the-road oldies radio station.