Q Magazine's "Q Readers Best Albums Ever (2006 Readers Poll)"

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  1. 51.
    Who's Next
    by The Who

  2. 52.
    MTV Unplugged in New York
    by Nirvana

  3. 53.
    ?
    All That You Can’t Leave Behind
    by U2

  4. 54.
    Siamese Dream
    by Smashing Pumpkins

  5. 55.
    Dummy
    by Portishead

  6. 56.
    Play
    by Moby

  7. 57.
    Physical Graffiti
    by Led Zeppelin

  8. 58.
    Thriller
    by Michael Jackson

  9. 59.
    Ten
    by Pearl Jam

  10. 60.
    Amnesiac
    by Radiohead

  11. 61.
    Odelay
    by Beck

  12. 62.
    Hounds of Love
    by Kate Bush

  13. 63.
    Are You Experienced

  14. 64.
    Let It Bleed
    by Rolling Stones

  15. 65.
    Blue Lines
    by Massive Attack

  16. 66.
    White Blood Cells
    by White Stripes

  17. 67.
    White Ladder
    by David Gray

  18. 68.
    Rumours
    by Fleetwood Mac

  19. 69.
    The Holy Bible
    by Manic Street Preachers

  20. 70.
    The Man Who
    by Travis

  21. 71.
    Rage Against the Machine
    by Rage Against the Machine

  22. 72.
    ?
    Kind Of Blue
    by Miles Davis

  23. 73.
    Jagged Little Pill
    by Alanis Morissette

  24. 74.
    Origin of Symmetry
    by Muse

  25. 75.
    Doors
    by Doors

  26. 76.
    American 3: Solitary Man
    by Johnny Cash

  27. 77.
    The Clash (U.K. Version)
    by The Clash

  28. 78.
    Back in Black
    by Ac/Dc

  29. 79.
    Setting Sons
    by The Jam

  30. 80.
    Low
    by David Bowie

  31. 81.
    Word Gets Around
    by Stereophonics

  32. 82.
    Born to Run
    by Bruce Springsteen

  33. 83.
    Stanley Road
    by Paul Weller

  34. 84.
    Songs in the Key of Life
    by Stevie Wonder

  35. 85.
    Different Class
    by Pulp

  36. 86.
    ?
    The Marshall Mathers LP
    by Eminem

  37. 87.
    Stories From the City Stories From the Sea
    by P.J. Harvey

  38. 88.
    ?
    After the Gold Rush
    by Neil Young

  39. 89.
    Vauxhall & I
    by Morrissey

  40. 90.
    Disintegration
    by Cure

  41. 91.
    It Takes a Nation of Millions
    by Public Enemy

  42. 92.
    Everything Must Go
    by Manic Street Preachers

  43. 93.
    Exodus
    by Bob Marley & Wailers

  44. 95.
    Raw Power
    by Iggy & The Stooges

  45. 96.
    The Man Machine
    by Kraftwerk

  46. 97.
    Transformer
    by Lou Reed

  47. 98.
    Paul's Boutique
    by Beastie Boys

  48. 99.
    Rain Dogs
    by Tom Waits

  49. 100.
    Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    by Wilco

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Mistake — 5 years ago

whoever added Coldplay – X & Y needs to delete it


BORING — 5 years ago

It´s only english, pop, modern, music. Is it that anybody knows anything else? Sorry for you, you´re missing a whole world of experiences.


B.S. — 5 years ago

Nirvana-Nevermind——————-the most overrated band and album in the history of music….Smells like teen spirit=only good song… No Oasis/Radiohead/Nirvana album is better than Led Zeppelin IV or The White Albm. This is pathetic.


wtf — 5 years ago

Where’s Metallica’s “Black Album”?


who made this list. — 5 years ago

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ANDPUTTINGURBANHYMNS AT 16?

FUCKOFFURBANHYMNS IS THEGREATESTALBUM OF ALLTIME.

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Untitled — 5 years ago

Yeah well this list is an absolute friggin’ joke.

One Stones album

One Floyd album

One Neil Young …..etc.

Queen ?

Zeppelin ?

Beatles?

can SOMEONE please tell me

The Smith’s influences ?

This is as good as the Sex Pistols in the Rock N Roll Hall of fame.


silly? agreed. — 5 years ago

yeah, most of these are classics.

but Blur beating Dylan and VU? i like Blur and everything, but come on…


Untitled — 5 years ago

Quite a silly list.


So few different artists... — 5 years ago

I think it’s ridiculous how there are so many artists that return multiple times. Sure, some of said artists are good, but surely there are others that would deserve a mention.


Untitled — 5 years ago

OK Computer and The Bends take the top two spots? They’re both exceptionally good albums, don’t get me wrong, but I think that’s a little too much Radiohead.



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