Rolling Stone Debut Albums List

KatKat There's a lot to be said for nowhere.Posts: 2,108
edited March 2013 in The Porch
A list for you....very nice that Pearl Jam is mentioned.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists ... n-19691231
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    TEN is on of the best debut albums of all times....

    and belongs to top 10!!!!!


    this album change alot of peoples life...mine as well
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  • demetriosdemetrios CanadaPosts: 31,097
    Kat" said:
    A list for you....very nice that Pearl Jam is mentioned.

    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists ... n-19691231
    46 / 100 ? What the deuce?!? :shock:
  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 6,313
    The Beastie Boys at #1 and Zeppelin at #72, that tells you all you need to know.
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  • how subjective of them
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    Poncier" said:
    The Beastie Boys at #1 and Zeppelin at #72, that tells you all you need to know.
    yeah,that zeppelin was what i thought too
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  • GS163319GS163319 Posts: 94
    The methodology they use is ridiculous...

    They are penalizing great bands for being great from the get go. Don't quite see how that transfers into a list of best debuts.
  • 46 :fp:
    IT'S EVOLUTION BABY!!!!!
  • SVRDhand13SVRDhand13 Posts: 16,541
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
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    12: 9/2
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  • badbrainsbadbrains Posts: 2,547
    IBTL :lol: :lol: :lol:
  • shepshep HoustonPosts: 5,139
    SVRDhand13" said:
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
    forget the list...

    rolling stone lost all credibility about 2 decades ago...
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  • possibly the worst write up for the album too. how does that do Pearl Jam justice by mentioning Nirvana twice basically saying they're better and Creed. total low blow. the writers at Rolling Stone should go kick rocks.
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  • LukinFanLukinFan Posts: 25,093
    SVRDhand13" said:
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
    :lol:

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  • Jamminonthe1Jamminonthe1 Posts: 1,243
    Next thing you know they'll be giving away awards for art.
  • lcusicklcusick Posts: 306
    Jamminonthe1" said:
    Next thing you know they'll be giving away awards for art.
    Good one :!: :lol:
  • youngsteryoungster Posts: 6,457
    While I definately think Pearl Jam should be ranked A LOT higher on this list, I don't really have a problem with the Beasties being #1. I've said for years that it is quite possibly the greatest debut album of any group. I mean sure, Zeppelin, the Beatles etc are better bands. But License to Ill is the equivalant to a greatest hits album. Many of the Beatles and Zeppelins best songs are on future albums. Many of the Beastie Boys' best songs are on their debut. Add to it the cultural significance, 3 white jewish kids from NYC basically turned hip/hop on it's head and paved the way for everyone who came after them in that genre, yeah I agree License to Ill is the greatest debut album from any group.
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  • youngster" said:
    While I definately think Pearl Jam should be ranked A LOT higher on this list, I don't really have a problem with the Beasties being #1. I've said for years that it is quite possibly the greatest debut album of any group. I mean sure, Zeppelin, the Beatles etc are better bands. But License to Ill is the equivalant to a greatest hits album. Many of the Beatles and Zeppelins best songs are on future albums. Many of the Beastie Boys' best songs are on their debut. Add to it the cultural significance, 3 white jewish kids from NYC basically turned hip/hop on it's head and paved the way for everyone who came after them in that genre, yeah I agree License to Ill is the greatest debut album from any group.
    Agree but GnR's Appetite was an amazing debut. I'd have that above the Beasties, PJ should be a lot higher than 46, at least top 20, the album is practically flawless
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  • 63schoefflin63schoefflin Posts: 1,897
    SVRDhand13" said:
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility

    This list is a huge joke...but Hott Fuss is a damn good album. Much better than 75% of the list and definitely the best Killers album.
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  • pandorapandora Posts: 21,855
    46 :? crazy talk ... numero uno :thumbup:

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  • rearviewrossrearviewross Green BayPosts: 3,014
    SVRDhand13" said:
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
    Yeah, cant stand them or Arcade Fire.
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  • LamentLament Posts: 294
    SVRDhand13" said:
    The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
    Nearly a decade after that album came out there are legitimately six tracks on it (Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine, Mr. Brightside, Smile Like You Mean It, Somebody Told Me, All These Things That I've Done, On Top) that still pack the dance floor without fail at the club I work at. Regardless of your personal opinions, Hot Fuss is a hugely important album to a lot of very serious music fans and for a certain generation it is one of THE key gateway/first love albums the same way albums like Ten, Gish, Nevermind, Badmotorfinger, etc. were ten-eleven years earlier. To just not like the album is one thing, but to not get why it would be on a list like this is silly. But then again I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find another forum where this list is being discussed and someone is saying "Pearl Jam made it? What a joke."
  • 63schoefflin63schoefflin Posts: 1,897
    Lament" said:
    [quote="SVRDhand13"]The Killers came in at 33... list lost all credibility
    Nearly a decade after that album came out there are legitimately six tracks on it (Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine, Mr. Brightside, Smile Like You Mean It, Somebody Told Me, All These Things That I've Done, On Top) that still pack the dance floor without fail at the club I work at. Regardless of your personal opinions, Hot Fuss is a hugely important album to a lot of very serious music fans and for a certain generation it is one of THE key gateway/first love albums the same way albums like Ten, Gish, Nevermind, Badmotorfinger, etc. were ten-eleven years earlier. To just not like the album is one thing, but to not get why it would be on a list like this is silly. But then again I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find another forum where this list is being discussed and someone is saying "Pearl Jam made it? What a joke."[/quote]

    Yea I hated the singles when they first came out but about two years ago I went back and listened to the album for some reason, which I still have no idea what that was, and was shocked at how solid the album is. There's really not one weak song on there...caught me by surprise and now I think it's definitely one of the top 10 albums of the '00's. Just a fun album to listen through.

    The rest of their albums are ehh...a few good songs here and there but that's it.
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    '10- MSG 1-2 '11- PJ20
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 122,853
    Jamminonthe1" said:
    Next thing you know they'll be giving away awards for art.
    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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