VH1: os 100 melhores álbuns de rock segundo a emissora.

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A matéria a seguir foi publicada originalmente em 2001.

Ano novo, século novo; e o rock tira um tempo para rever sua história e homenageá-la com uma interminável proliferação de listas no estilo “Os Melhores De Todos Os Tempos”. Já vimos aqui os “Melhores Momentos Televisivos do Rock”, as “Melhores Cantoras” e as “Maiores Bandas de Hard Rock”, entre outros. Ficou faltando uma lista para agradar todo garoto ou garota que já teve ou ainda tem, uma respeitável coleção de discos. É isso mesmo, a VH1, canal de música, concorrente direto da MTV, escolhe nesta primeira semana do verdadeiro novo milênio, os “100 Melhores Álbuns de Rock da História”.

As escolhas levaram em conta não só vendagem, como influências e repercussões históricas que o álbum tenha causado na época ou depois do lançamento. Votaram jornalistas, executivos e músicos. Vejam os resultados que foram anunciados pela internet agora, dia 4 de janeiro, 2001.

  1. Madonna – “Like a Prayer” (1989)
  2. B-52s – “The B-52s” (1979)
  3. Jackson Five – “ABC” (1970)
  4. Ray Charles – “Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music” (1961)
  5. Liz Phair – “Exile in Guyville” (1993)
  6. Tina Turner – “Private Dancer” (1984)
  7. Radiohead – “OK Computer” (1997)
  8. Simon & Garfunkel – “Bookends” (1968)
  9. R.E.M. – “Murmur” (1983)
  10. Peter Gabriel – “So” (1986)
  11. The Who – “Tommy”* (1969)
  12. Derek & the Dominos – “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs”* (1970)
  13. Talking Heads – “Remain in Light” (1980)
  14. Cream – “Disraeli Gears” (1967)
  15. The Who – “Quadrophenia”* (1973)
  16. Santana – “Abraxas” (1970)
  17. Paul Simon – “Graceland” (1986)
  18. Television – “Marquee Moon” (1977)
  19. AC/DC – “Back in Black” (1980)
  20. Otis Redding – “Otis Blue” (1966)
  21. Elvis Costello – “My Aim is True” (1977)
  22. Pearl Jam – “Ten” (1991)
  23. Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Axis: Bold As Love” (1967)
  24. James Taylor – “Sweet Baby James” (1970)
  25. Aretha Franklin – “Young, Gifted & Black (1971)
  26. The Replacements – “Let It Be” (1984)
  27. Beastie Boys – “Paul’s Boutique” (1989)
  28. Jeff Buckley – “Grace” (1994)
  29. Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Electric Ladyland”* (1968)
  30. Led Zeppelin – “Physical Graffiti” (1975)
  31. Al Green – “Call Me” (1973)
  32. The Stooges – “Raw Power” (1973)
  33. Bruce Springsteen – “Darkness on the Edge of Town” (1978)
  34. The Rolling Stones – “Beggar’s Banquet” (1968)
  35. Miles Davis – “Kind of Blue” (1959)
  36. U2 – “Achtung Baby” (1991)
  37. Miles Davis – “Bitches Brew” (1969)
  38. Curtis Mayfield – “Superfly” (1972)
  39. NWA – “Straight Outta Compton” (1988)
  40. Crosby – Stills – Nash & Young – “Deja Vu” (1970)
  41. “The Doors” (1967)
  42. Allman Brothers Band – “Live at the Fillmore East”* (1971)
  43. Dusty Springfield – “Dusty in Memphis” (1969)
  44. Bee Gees – “Saturday Night Fever”* (1976)
  45. Kraftwerk – “Trans-Europe Express” (1977)
  46. Parliament – “Mothership Connection” (1976)
  47. “Ramones” (1976)
  48. Bob Dylan – “Bringing it All Back Home” (1965)
  49. “Pretenders” (1980)
  50. Pink Floyd – “Dark Side of the Moon” (1973)
  51. Police – “Synchronicity” (1983)
  52. Prince – “1999”* (1983)
  53. David Bowie – “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” (1972)
  54. David Bowie – “Hunky Dory” (1972)
  55. The Rolling Stones – “Sticky Fingers” (1971)
  56. Sly &the Family Stone – “Stand!” (1969)
  57. Led Zeppelin – “Led Zeppelin II” (1969)
  58. “Led Zeppelin” (1969)
  59. Guns N’ Roses – “Appetite For Destruction” (1987)
  60. Aretha Franklin – “Lady Soul” (1968)
  61. Van Morrison – “Astral Weeks” (1968)
  62. Carole King – “Tapestry” (1971)
  63. Eagles – “Hotel California” (1976)
  64. Lauryn Hill – “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” (1998)
  65. Michael Jackson – “Off the Wall” (1979)
  66. Prince – “Sign o’ the Times”* (1987)
  67. James Brown – “Sex Machine” (1970)
  68. Simon & Garfunkel – “Bridge Over Troubled Water” (1970)
  69. Van Morrison – “Moondance” (1970)
  70. Stevie Wonder – “Innervisions” (1973)
  71. Aretha Franklin – “I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)” (1967)
  72. Bob Dylan – “Blood on the Tracks” (1975)
  73. Patti Smith – “Horses” (1975)
  74. Bruce Springsteen – “Born to Run” (1975)
  75. Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Exodus” (1977)
  76. The Clash – “London Calling”* (1980)
  77. The Rolling Stones – “Let it Bleed” (1969)
  78. Michael Jackson – “Thriller” (1982)
  79. Bob Dylan – “Highway 61 Revisited” (1965)
  80. Elvis Presley – “Sun Sessions” (1976)
  81. Public Enemy – “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back” (1988)
  82. The Velvet Underground – “Velvet Underground & Nico” (1967)
  83. Prince & the Revolution – “Purple Rain” (1984)
  84. Sex Pistols – “Never Mind the Bollocks; Here’s the Sex Pistols” (1977)
  85. Fleetwood Mac – “Rumours” (1977)
  86. U2 – “The Joshua Tree” (1987)
  87. Joni Mitchell – “Blue” (1971)
  88. The Who – “Who’s Next” (1971)
  89. The Rolling Stones – “Exile on Main Street”* (1972)
  90. “The Beatles”* (1968)
  91. The Beatles – “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1967)
  92. Bob Dylan – “Blonde on Blonde”* (1966)
  93. The Beatles – “Abbey Road” (1969)
  94. Stevie Wonder – “Songs in the Key of Life”* (1974)
  95. The Beatles – “Rubber Soul” (1965)
  96. Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Are You Experienced?” (1967)
  97. Marvin Gaye – “What’s Going On” (1971)
  98. The Beach Boys – “Pet Sounds” (1966)
  99. Nirvana – “Nevermind” (1991)
  100. The Beatles – “Revolver” (1966)

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