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There have been plenty list available that rank the top 100 greatest albums of all time. 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. The goal of this list to find not only the greatest albums of all time but also the most influential and culturally significant albums as well, so in addition to just the opinions of critics and fans to compile the list other metrics where used as well such as Billboard chart statistics, RIAA sales figures and several others to help determine the final rankings of the best albums.

The editors are Britannica contributors or editors. The intended audience is grades 9–12. The titles in the Britannica Guide to the World’s Most Influential People series are arranged chronologically. For example, The 100 Most Influential Women of All Time begins with Hatshepsut and ends with Diana, Princess of. 100+ Free Tote Bag Patterns Rounded Up in one place. All patterns and projects are free with step by step instructions. Includes minis, over-sized and more.

This chart is not meant to be static and unchanging. It will be updated and recalculated from time-to-time as more data and information is added to the list.

In all 236 different albums were eligible for the list of greatest albums (#236 was Different Class by Pulp), and they span from the earliest days of rock in the 1950s through today, covering many different genres and styles of music. In the end these are the must have albums that every serious music fan should have in their vinyl, CD or mp3 collection.

Below you will find a short list of the top albums by decade and a chart of the entire top 100 list. You can also start at #100 Axis: Bold as Love by Jimi Hendrix and work your way through the list.

Top Three Great Albums of the 1950's

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  1. Kind of Blue by Miles Davis
  2. Elvis Presley by Elvis Presley
  3. Here's Little Richard by Little Richard

Top Five Great Albums of the 1960's

  1. The Beatles (White Album) by The Beatles
  2. Revolver by The Beatles
  3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles
  4. Abbey Road by The Beatles
  5. Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys
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Top Five Great Albums of the 1970's

  1. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac
  2. Exile on Main St. by the Rolling Stones
  3. What's Going On by Marvin Gaye
  4. Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan
  5. Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd

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Top Five Great Albums of the 1980's

  1. Thriller by Michael Jackson
  2. The Joshua Tree by U2
  3. London Calling by The Clash
  4. Purple Rain by Prince
  5. Appetite for Destruction by Guns N' Roses

Top Five Great Albums of the 1990's

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  1. Nevermind by Nirvana
  2. Achtung Baby by U2
  3. OK Computer by Radiohead
  4. Automatic for the People by R.E.M.
  5. (What's the Story) Morning Glory? by Oasis

Chart Countdown of the 100 Greatest Albums Ever

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100.Axis: Bold as LoveJimi Hendrix Experience1968Rock484
99.Born in the U.S.A.Bruce Springsteen1984Rock487
98.Kid ARadiohead2000Alternative488
97.Goodbye Yellow Brick RoadElton John1973Rock493
96.Trout Mask ReplicaCaptain Beefheart and His Magic Band1969Rock497
95.Meet the BeatlesThe Beatles1964Rock507
94.Al Green - Greatest HitsAl Green1975R&B / Soul508
93.Here's Little RichardLittle Richard1957Rock510
92.Elvis PresleyElvis Presley1956Rock517.5
91.Music from Big PinkThe Band1968Rock517.5
90.Stand!Sly and the Family Stone1969R&B / Soul528
89.Otis BlueOtis Redding1965R&B / Soul530
88.Sex MachineJames Brown1970R&B / Soul535
86.LowDavid Bowie1977Rock538
85.1999Prince1982R&B / Soul544
83.TommyThe Who1969Rock557
82.SuperflyCurtis Mayfield1972Soundtrack583
81.The Miseducation of Lauryn HillLauryn Hill1998R&B / Soul583
80.Beggars BanquetThe Rolling Stones1968Rock620
79.Bringing it All Back HomeBob Dylan1965Folk623
78.After the Gold RushNeil Young1970Rock627
77.ExodusBob Marley1977Reggae631.5
76.SynchronicityThe Police1983Rock648
75.Live at the Apollo (1963)James Brown1963R&B / Soul653
74.Saturday Night FeverBee Gees1977Soundtrack663
73.Definitely MaybeOasis1994Alternative668
72.At Fillmore EastThe Allman Brothers Band1971Rock680
71.Lady SoulAretha Franklin1968R&B / Soul680.5
70.The Unforgettable FireU21984Rock684
69.TenPearl Jam1991Rock692
68.I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love YouAretha Franklin1967R&B / Soul698.5
67.Out of TimeR.E.M.1991Rock705
66.Plastic Ono BandJohn Lennon1970Rock710.5
65.A Hard Day's NightThe Beatles1964Rock723
64.Jagged Little PillAlanis Morissette1995Alternative723
63.The RamonesThe Ramones1976Punk734
62.Wish You Were HerePink Floyd1975Rock738
61.Off the WallMichael Jackson1979Pop776
60.LegendBob Marley1984Reggae789
59.Physical GraffitiLed Zeppelin1975Rock791
58.The Queen is DeadThe Smiths1986Rock797.5
57.GracelandPaul Simon1986Pop809
56.Back in BlackAC/DC1980Rock819
55.The BandThe Band1969Rock842
54.The Stone RosesThe Stone Roses1989Alternative852
53.The BendsRadiohead1995Alternative858
52.Led Zeppelin IILed Zeppelin1969Rock879
51.MoondanceVan Morrison1970Rock880
50.(What's the Story) Morning Glory?Oasis1995Alternative897
49.HorsesPatti Smith1975Rock899
48.Automatic for the PeopleR.E.M.1992Rock913
47.Forever ChangesLove1967Rock928
46.Hunky DoryDavid Bowie1971Rock948
45.InnervisionsStevie Wonder1973R&B / Soul958
44.It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us BackPublic Enemy1988Rap965
43.OK ComputerRadiohead1997Alternative1017
42.The Sun SessionsElvis Presley1976Rock1027.5
41.Sticky FingersThe Rolling Stones1971Rock1072
40.Sign 'o' the TimesPrince1987Rock1076
39.Appetite for DestructionGuns N' Roses1987Rock1093
38.Electric LadylandJimi Hendrix Experience1968Rock1109
37.The DoorsThe Doors1967Rock1114
36.The WallPink Floyd1979Rock1118
35.Bridge Over Troubled WaterSimon and Garfunkel1970Pop1133
34.Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin1969Rock1145
33.TapestryCarole King1971Pop1164
32.Purple RainPrince1984Soundtrack1173
31.Songs in the Key of LifeStevie Wonder1976R&B / Soul1188
30.Led Zeppelin IVLed Zeppelin1971Rock1191
29.Achtung BabyU21991Rock1233
28.Kind of BlueMiles Davis1959Jazz1253
27.Hotel CaliforniaThe Eagles1976Rock1290
26.Rise and Fall of Ziggy StardustDavid Bowie1972Rock1314.5
25.Astral WeeksVan Morrison1968Rock1334.5
24.Let it BleedThe Rolling Stones1969Rock1355
23.Who's NextThe Who1971Rock1396
22.Never Mind the BollocksThe Sex Pistols1977Punk1413
21.BlueJoni Mitchell1971Pop1483
20.Are You ExperiencedJimi Hendrix Experience1967Rock1485
19.Velvet Underground & NicoThe Velvet Underground1967Rock1534
18.Born to RunBruce Springsteen1975Rock1568
17.Dark Side of the MoonPink Floyd1973Rock1573
16.London CallingThe Clash1980Punk1618
15.Highway 61 RevisitedBob Dylan1965Rock1652
14.Blonde on BlondeBob Dylan1966Rock1656
13.Blood on the TracksBob Dylan1975Rock1669
12.What's Going OnMarvin Gaye1971R&B / Soul1670.5
11.Exile on Main St.The Rolling Stones1972Rock1712
10.RumoursFleetwood Mac1977Rock1758
9.The Joshua TreeU21987Rock1785
8.Rubber SoulThe Beatles1965Rock1804
7.ThrillerMichael Jackson1982Pop1835
6.Pet SoundsThe Beach Boys1966Rock1878
4.Abbey RoadThe Beatles1969Rock1974
3.Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club BandThe Beatles1967Rock2040
2.RevolverThe Beatles1966Rock2050
1.The Beatles (White Album)The Beatles1968Rock2086

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