Rolling Stone Top Albums of 2010/ Andrew’s Top Albums of 2010

Well Rolling Stone came out with their top albums of 2010 and I have to say I am a little disappointed, granted they have some good stuff on here, but I think they missed a lot of good albums so I created my own top ten list.

Rolling Stone’s Best Albums of 2010

1. Kanye West, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
2. The Black Keys, Brothers
3. Elton John and Leon Russell, The Union
4. Arcade Fire, The Suburbs
5. Jamey Johnson, The Guitar Song
6. Vampire Weekend, Contra
7. Drake, Thank Me Later
8. Robert Plant, Band of Joy
9. Eminem, Recovery
10. LCD Soundsystem, This Is Happening

My Top Albums of 2010

1. Arcade Fire, The Suburbs
2. Interpol, Interpol
3. Crocodiles, Sleep Forever
4. The National, High Violet
5. Robert Plant, Band of Joy
6. Vampire Weekend, Contra
7. The Walkmen, Lisbon
8. Kings of Leon, Come Around Sundown
9. The Futureheads, The Chaos
10. The New Pornographers, Togerther

So tell me what you think, did Rolling Stone miss anything? Did I miss anything? I am always excited to hear new music.

Author: Andrew Bedsole

truth teller.

One thought on “Rolling Stone Top Albums of 2010/ Andrew’s Top Albums of 2010”

  1. Well Andrew my list doesn’t contain albums from either of your lists, so I have plenty of new music to share with you! I’ll do my own list right now. In terms of current music, most of what I listen to is underground and therefore receives little to no attention from such bigwigs as Rolling Stone. I haven’t heard any of the albums from both your lists, but I do enjoy some of the artists’ previous works.

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