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Old 05-23-2024, 05:06 PM
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Two Radiohead albums which is great. But personally I’d place The Bends in there ahead of both of them. And Ten by Pearl Jam
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I'm still outraged because they didn't include The Original Disco Duck. Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots were the best.
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Some people like Stevie Nicks
Her mother's dead.
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That list is a piece of caca. The end.
I second that (bowel) motion.
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I second that (bowel) motion.
I'll mark that down as #2.
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I found an article that says According to Apple, the list was crafted by a team of experts alongside a select group of artists, including Maren Morris, Pharrell Williams, J Balvin, Charli XCX, Mark Hoppus, Honey Dijon, and Nia Archives, as well as songwriters, producers, and industry professionals. The list is an editorial statement, fully independent of any streaming numbers on Apple Music a love letter to the records that have shaped the world we live and listen in.

But it also says Lists are very much subjective and designed to rouse a reaction. I obviously agree with that.

https://consequence.net/2024/05/appl...0-best-albums/

But the way, I remember an old peruvian local radio that issued it's own top 100 of the year. I remember among their top #1s were Year of the Cat, Sailing, and How Deep is Your Love. Obviously it was a pop and fans oriented list of each year. And they were mainly songs in enlgish (by the 80s the scenary was more combined with spanish rock) But the curious thing was that in 1979 they issued the top 100 of the DECADE. I found it absurd, but it was a cool opportunity to listen old songs, and learn about artists and songs that I didn't know (I was 4 in 1970). What song became N.1 of the decade? Band on the Run.
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I'll mark that down as #2.
Definitely a number 2. I can feel it.
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After an afternoon of absolute reflection, I have come to the conclusion that if Apple releases its top 100 singles list, this would be N.1 :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdZ9weP5i68
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Some people like Stevie Nicks
A lotta lotta people adore her. That's just a fact.
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