akashasheiress: (delia derbyshire)
First of all: Yes, I know this list is subjective and flawed and that there's really no way to objectively judge what the greatest albums of all time are. I am going through this list in order to 1. Expand my musical horizon (I'm not really genre-bound when it comes to music, so a list like this is perfect for me) 2. For fun and 3.That's it, really. Yes, I do get obsessive about stuff, why do you ask?

I'm doing my best to do this chronologically (500 to 1), but that's not always possible, and there are albums I've already heard on the list, naturally.

Anyway, I'll make a note whenever I've finished another album, and will strike it out. I managed to *ahem* a good chunk over the past week or so.

500. OutKast, 'Aquemini'
499. B.B. King, 'Live in Cook County Jail'
498. The Stone Roses, 'The Stone Roses'
497.The White Stripes, 'White Blood Cells'
496. Boz Scaggs, 'Boz Scaggs'
495. Bonnie Raitt, 'Give It Up'
494. MGMT, 'Oracular Spectacular'
493. Wilco, 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot'
492. Eurythmics, 'Touch'
491. Albert King, 'Born Under a Bad Sign'
490. ZZ Top, 'Tres Hombres'
489. Kiss, 'Destroyer'
488. Hüsker Dü, 'New Day Rising'
487. Cyndi Lauper ,'She's So Unusual'
486. Earth, Wind and Fire, 'That's the Way of the World'
485. Pearl Jam, 'Vitalogy'
484. Mott the Hoople, 'All the Young Dudes'
483. Gang of Four, 'Entertainment!'
482. Steve Earle, 'Guitar Town'
481. D'Angelo, 'Voodoo'
480. Raekwon, 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
479. Funkadelic, 'Maggot Brain'
478. Loretta Lynn, 'All Time Greatest Hits'
477. Merle Haggard, 'Down Every Road'
476. The Notorious B.I.G., 'Life After Death'
475. Elvis Costello and the Attractions, 'Armed Forces'
474. Manu Chao, 'Próxima Estación: Esperanza'
473. The Smiths, 'The Smiths'
472. George Michael, 'Faith'
471. Richard and Linda Thompson, 'I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight'
470. LL Cool J, 'Radio'
469. Fugees, 'The Score'
468. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, 'The Paul Butterfield Blues Band'
467. Bruce Springsteen, 'Tunnel of Love'
466. Coldplay, 'A Rush of Blood to the Head'
465. The Magnetic Fields, '69 Love Songs'
464. Def Leppard, 'Hysteria'
463. Echo and the Bunnymen, 'Heaven Up Here'
462. R.E.M., 'Document'
461. Public Image Ltd., 'Metal Box'
460. Hole, 'Live Through This'
459. The Drifters, 'Golden Hits'
458. Elton John, 'Tumbleweed Connection'
457. My Morning Jacket, 'Z'
456. Marvin Gaye, 'Here, My Dear'
455. Los Lobos, 'How Will the Wolf Survive?'
454. Alice Cooper, 'Love It to Death'
453. EPMD, 'Strictly Business'
452. John Prine, 'John Prine'
451. Amy Winehouse, 'Back to Black'
450. Jackson Browne, 'For Everyman'
449. Big Star, 'Third/Sister Lovers'
448. The Police, 'Synchronicity'
447. Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, 'Getz/Gilberto'
446. MC5, 'Back in the USA'
445. Steve Miller Band, 'Fly Like an Eagle'
444. War, 'The World Is A Ghetto'
443. Cheap Trick, 'In Color'
442. Devo, 'Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!'
441. Suicide, 'Suicide'
440. The Pogues, 'Rum Sodomy and The Lash'
439. Sam Cooke, 'Live At The Harlem Square Club, 1963'
438. The Cure, 'Boys Don't Cry'
437. Lil Wayne, 'Tha Carter III'
436. Beck, 'Sea Change'
435. Nirvana, 'In Utero'
434. Big Star, '#1 Record'
433. George Harrison, 'All Things Must Pass'
432. Brian Eno, 'Here Come The Warm Jets'
431. PJ Harvey, 'Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea'
430. Vampire Weekend, 'Vampire Weekend'
429. Brian Eno, 'Another Green World'
428. The Police, 'Outlandos D'Amour'
427. Peter Wolf, 'Sleepless'
426. Cheap Trick, 'At Budokan'
425. Gram Parsons, 'Grievous Angel'
424. Bruce Springsteen, 'The Rising'
423. Diana Ross and The Supremes, 'Anthology'
422.The Ronettes, 'Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes'
421. Various Artists, 'The Best of Girl Groups Volumes 1 and 2'
420. Buddy Holly and the Crickets, 'The "Chirping" Crickets'
419. Portishead, 'Dummy'
418. Paul McCartney and Wings, 'Band On The Run'
417. U2, 'Boy'
416. Tom Waits, 'Mule Variations'
415. Van Halen, 'Van Halen'
414.The Go- Go's, 'Beauty and The Beat'
413. Minuteman, 'Doubles Nickels on The Dime'
412. Wire, 'Pink Flag'
411. Eric Clapton, '461 Ocean Boulevard'
410. Bob Dylan, 'Time Out of Mind'
409. The Doors, 'Strange Days'
408. Sinead O'Connor, 'I Do Not Want What I haven't Got'
407. The Clash, 'Sandinista!'
406. PJ Harvey, 'Rid of Me'
405. Big Star, 'Radio City'
404. Dr John, 'Dr. John's Gumbo'
403. Lynyrd Skynyrd, '(Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd)'
402. Nas, 'Illmatic'
401. Red Hot Chili Peppers, 'Californication'
400. The Temptations, 'Anthology'
399. Tom Waits, 'Rain Dogs'
398. ZZ Top, 'Eliminator'
397. Massive Attack, 'Blue Lines'
396. Roxy Music, 'For Your Pleasure'
395. LCD Soundsystem, 'Sound of Silver'
394. Randy Newman, 'Good Old Boys'
393. M.I.A., 'Kala'
392. The Beatles, 'Let It Be'
391. Jackson Browne, 'The Pretender'
390. The White Stripes, 'Elephant'
389. Don Henley, 'The End of the Innocence'
388. Various Artists, 'The Indestructible Beat of Soweto'
387. Wu-Tang Clan, 'Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers'
386. Steely Dan, 'Pretzel Logic'
385. Bob Dylan, 'Love and Theft'
384. The Who, 'A Quick One (Happy Jack)'
383. Talking Heads, 'More Songs About Buildings and Food'
382. Modern Lovers, 'Modern Lovers'
381. The Beach Boys, 'Smile (2011 Version)'
380. Toots and the Maytals, 'Funky Kingston'
379. TLC, 'CrazySexyCool'
378. Oasis, '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?'
377. John Lee Hooker, 'The Ultimate Collection 1948-1990'
376. Björk, 'Post'
375. Jackson Browne, 'Late for the Sky'
374. Roxy Music, 'Siren'
373. Jefferson Airplane, 'Volunteers'
372. The Police, 'Reggatta de Blanc'
371. Arctic Monkeys, 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not'
370. Mott the Hoople, 'Mott'
369. The Smiths, 'Louder Than Bombs'
368.  Eagles, 'The Eagles'
367. Madonna, 'Ray of Light'
366. Johnny Cash, 'American Recordings'
365. Rage Against the Machine, 'Rage Against the Machine'
364. The Doors, 'L.A. Woman'
363. New Order, 'Substance'
362. The Smashing Pumpkins, 'Siamese Dream'
361. OutKast, 'Stankonia'
360. Buzzcocks, 'Singles Going Steady'
359. Elton John, 'Honky Chateau'
358. Miles Davis, 'Sketches of Spain'
357. The Rolling Stones, 'Between the Buttons'
356. Randy Newman, '12 Songs'
355.The Yardbirds, 'Having a Rave Up With the Yardbirds'
354. Billy Joel, '52nd Street'
353. Kanye West, 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'
352. Dire Straits, 'Brothers in Arms'
351. Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Rust Never Sleeps'
350. The Yardbirds, 'Roger the Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down)'
349. Jay-Z, 'The Black Album'
348. Muddy Waters, 'At Newport 1960'
347. Pink Floyd, 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'
346. De La Soul, '3 Feet High and Rising'
345. Talking Heads, 'Stop Making Sense'
344. Lou Reed, 'Berlin'
343. Meat Loaf, 'Bat Out of Hell'
342. Depeche Mode, 'Violator'
341. Moby, 'Play'
340. Black Flag, 'Damaged'
339. Tom Waits, 'The Heart of Saturday Night'
338. Big Brother and the Holding Company, 'Cheap Thrills'
337. Jethro Tull, 'Aqualung'
336. Radiohead, 'In Rainbows'
335.Soundgarden, 'Superunknown'
334. Graham Parker, 'Squeezing Out Sparks'
333. X, 'Wild Gift'
332. Richard and Linda Thompson, 'Shoot Out the Lights'
331. The Beatles, 'Help!'
330. Neil Young, 'Tonight's the Night'
329. James Brown, 'In the Jungle Groove'
328. Sonic Youth, 'Daydream Nation'
327.Liz Phair, 'Exile in Guyville'
326. The Cure, 'Disintegration'
325. Eric Clapton, 'Slowhand'
324. David Bowie, 'Station to Station'
323. The Police, 'Ghost in the Machine'
322. Randy Newman, 'Sail Away'
321. Nick Drake, 'Pink Moon'
320. Radiohead, 'Amnesiac'
319. The Wailers, 'Burnin' '
318. The O'Jays, 'Back Stabbers'
317. Pixies, 'Surfer Rosa'
316. The Velvet Underground, 'The Velvet Underground'
315. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, 'Damn the Torpedoes'
314. Lauryn Hill, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill'
313. Nirvana, 'Unplugged'
312. Jane's Addiction, 'Nothing's Shocking'
311. Various Artists, 'The Sun Records Collection'
310. Red Hot Chili Peppers, 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik'
309. Creedence Clearwater Revival, 'Willy and the Poor Boys'
308. Frank Sinatra, 'Songs for Swingin' Lovers!'
307. The Beatles, 'A Hard Day's Night'
306. Beck, 'Odelay'
305. Lucinda Williams, 'Car Wheels on a Gravel Road'
304. Jeff Buckley, 'Grace'
303. Bob Dylan, 'John Wesley Harding'
302. Public Enemy, 'Fear of a Black Planet'
301. Dolly Parton, 'Coat of Many Colors'
300. Black Sabbath, 'Master of Reality'
299. Weezer, 'Weezer'
298. Kanye West, 'The College Dropout'
297. The Mothers of Invention, 'We're Only in It for the Money'
296. The Smiths, 'Meat Is Murder'
295. Leonard Cohen, 'Songs of Love and Hate' 
294. MC5, 'Kick Out the Jams'
293. The Velvet Underground, 'White Light/White Heat'
292. Bob Dylan and the Band, 'The Basement Tapes'
291. Talking Heads, 'Talking Heads: 77'
290. Al Green, 'Call Me'
289. The Kinks, 'Something Else by the Kinks'
288. Grateful Dead, 'Anthem of the Sun'
287. X, 'Los Angeles'
286. Al Green, 'I'm Still in Love With You'
285. Stevie Wonder, 'Music of My Mind'
284. The Cars, 'The Cars'
283. Barry White, 'Can't Get Enough'
282. Muddy Waters, 'Folk Singer'
281. Mary J. Blige, 'My Life'
280. U2, 'All That You Can't Leave Behind'
279. David Bowie, 'Aladdin Sane'
278. Harry Smith, Ed., 'Anthology of American Folk Music'
277. Janet Jackson, 'Rhythm Nation 1814'
276. Parliament, 'Mothership Connection'
275. Eminem, 'The Slim Shady LP'
274. Labelle, 'Nightbirds'
273. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, 'Going to a Go-Go'
272. Sleater-Kinney, 'Dig Me Out'
271. The Beach Boys, 'The Beach Boys Today!'
270. The Rolling Stones, 'Some Girls'
269. The Jesus and Mary Chain, 'Psychocandy'
268. Paul Simon, 'Paul Simon'
267. The Who, 'Quadrophenia'
266. Blood, Sweat and Tears, 'Child Is Father to the Man'
265. Ray Charles, 'The Genius of Ray Charles'
264. Grateful Dead, 'Workingman's Dead'
263. Tracy Chapman, 'Tracy Chapman'
262. Crosby, Stills and Nash, 'Crosby, Stills and Nash'
261. Grateful Dead, 'American Beauty'
260. Willie Nelson, 'Stardust'
259. Janet Jackson, 'The Velvet Rope'
258. The Kinks, 'The Village Green Preservation Society'
257. Whitney Houston, 'Whitney Houston'
256. Kraftwerk, 'Trans-Europe Express'
255. Metallica, 'Metallica' 
254. Otis Redding, 'Dictionary of Soul'
253. Bruce Springsteen, 'The River'
252. Jay-Z, 'The Blueprint'
251. David Bowie, 'Low'
250. Jay-Z, 'Reasonable Doubt'
249. R.E.M., 'Automatic for the People'
248. Ornette Coleman, 'The Shape of Jazz to Come'
247. Grateful Dead, 'Live Dead'
246. The Mothers of Invention, 'Freak Out!'
245. Jerry Lee Lewis, 'All Killer, No Filler!'
244.  Eminem, 'The Marshall Mathers LP'
243. Black Sabbath, 'Black Sabbath'
242. Run-D.M.C., 'Run-D.M.C.'
241. The Replacements, 'Let It Be'
240. Steely Dan, 'Can't Buy a Thrill'
239. Madonna, 'Like a Prayer'
238. Howlin' Wolf, 'Howlin' Wolf' 
237. The Who, 'The Who Sings My Generation'
236. Jackie Wilson, 'Mr. Excitement!'
235. Patsy Cline, 'The Ultimate Collection'
234.Simon and Garfunkel, 'Bookends'
233. The Byrds, 'Mr. Tambourine Man'
232. The Kinks, 'The Kink Kronikles'
231. Queen, 'A Night at the Opera'
230. Bonnie Raitt, 'Nick of Time'
229. Aerosmith, 'Toys in the Attic'
228. Eric B. and Rakim, 'Paid in Full' 
227. Pixies, 'Doolittle'
226. Bruce Springsteen, 'Nebraska'
225. Green Day, 'American Idiot'
224. Neil Diamond, 'The Neil Diamond Collection'
223. U2, 'War'
222. Professor Longhair, 'New Orleans Piano' 
221. My Bloody Valentine, 'Loveless' 
220. The Meters, 'Look-Ka Py Py'
219. Beastie Boys, 'License to Ill'
218. The Smiths, 'The Queen Is Dead' 
217. Bobby Bland, 'Two Steps From the Blues'
216. Bo Diddley, 'Bo Diddley/Go Bo Diddley'
215. New York Dolls, 'New York Dolls'
214. Ike and Tina Turner, 'Proud Mary: The Best of Ike and Tina Turner'
213. The Rolling Stones, 'Tattoo You'
212. Pavement, 'Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain'
211. Pink Floyd, 'Wish You Were Here'
210. Neil Young With Crazy Horse, 'Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere'
209. Pearl Jam, 'Ten'
208. Cat Stevens, 'Tea for the Tillerman'
207. Santana, 'Abraxas'
206. Prince, 'Dirty Mind'
205. Cream, 'Wheels of Fire'
204. Bob Dylan, 'Modern Times'
203. Michael Jackson, 'Bad'
202. Simon and Garfunkel, 'Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme'
201. Nine Inch Nails, 'The Downward Spiral'
200. AC/DC, 'Highway to Hell'
199. The Strokes, 'Is This It'
198. Little Walter, 'The Best Of'
197. R.E.M., 'Murmurs'
196. Various Artists, 'Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968'
195. John Mayall With Eric Clapton, 'Blues Breakers'
194. Lou Reed, 'Transformer'
193. Green Day, 'Dookie'
192. The Flying Burrito Brothers, 'The Gilded Palace of Sin'
191. The Stooges, 'Fun House'
190. Elvis Presley, 'From Elvis in Memphis'
189. Quicksilver Messenger Service, 'Happy Trails'
188. Buffalo Springfield, 'Buffalo Springfield Again'
187. Peter Gabriel, 'So'
186. Sly and the Family Stone, 'Fresh'
185. The Stooges, 'The Stooges'
184. Madonna, 'The Immaculate Collection'
183. Willie Nelson, 'Red Headed Stranger'
182. Fleetwood Mac, 'Fleetwood Mac'
181. Bob Marley and the Wailers, 'Natty Dread'
180. The Rolling Stones, 'The Rolling Stones, Now!'
179. Abba, 'The Definitive Collection'
178. Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions, 'The Anthology 1961-1977'
177. Funkadelic, 'One Nation Under a Groove'
176. Aerosmith, 'Rocks'
175. The Carpenters, 'Close to You'
174. Bob Dylan, 'Desire'
173. Todd Rundgren, 'Something/Anything?'
172. Rod Stewart, 'Every Picture Tells a Story'
171. The Byrds, 'The Notorious Byrd Brothers'
170. The Who, 'Live at Leeds'
169. Bob Marley and the Wailers' 'Exodus'
168. Elvis Costello, 'My Aim Is True'
167. Metallica, 'Master of Puppets'
166. Elvis Costello and the Attractions, 'Imperial Bedroom'
165. Marvin Gaye, 'Let's Get It On'
164. Linda Ronstadt, 'The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt'
163. Prince, '1999'
162. Radiohead, 'OK Computer'
161. Otis Redding, 'The Dock of the Bay'
160. T. Rex, 'Electric Warrior'
159. Kiss, 'Alive!'
158. Elton John, 'Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy'
157. Joy Division, 'Closer'
156. The Beastie Boys, 'Paul's Boutique'
155. The Pretenders, 'Pretenders'
154. Howlin' Wolf, 'Moanin' in the Moonlight'
153. A Tribe Called Quest, 'The Low End Theory'
152. The B-52's, 'The B-52's'
151. Arcade Fire, 'Funeral'
150. Bruce Springsteen, 'Darkness on the Edge of Town'
149. Santana, 'Santana'
148. Led Zeppelin, 'Houses of the Holy'
147. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 'Deja Vu'
146. Jefferson Airplane, 'Surrealistic Pillow'
145. Steely Dan, 'Aja'
144- N.W.A., 'Straight Outta Compton'
143. Dr. John, 'GRIS-Gris'
142. Phil Spector, 'A Christmas Gift for You'
141. B.B. King, 'Live at the Regal'
140. Blondie, 'Parallel Lines'
139. The Meters, 'Rejuvenation'
138. Dr. Dre, 'The Chronic' 
137. The Replacements, 'Tim'
136. Elton John, 'Greatest Hits'
135. Pavement, 'Slanted and Enchanted'
134. The Notorious B.I.G., 'Ready to Die'
133. Bruce Springsteen, 'The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle'
132. Original Soundtrack, 'Saturday Night Fever'
131. Black Sabbath, 'Paranoid'
130. Television, 'Marquee Moon'
129. Talking Heads, 'Remain in Light'
128. Iggy and the Stooges, 'Raw Power'
127. The Byrds, 'Younger Than Yesterday'
126. Bob Marley and the Wailers, 'Catch a Fire'
125. Janis Joplin, 'Pearl'
124. Moby Grape, 'Moby Grape'
123. Run-DMC, 'Raising Hell'
122. Original Soundtrack, 'The Harder They Come'
121. Sly and the Family Stone, 'Stand!'
120.The Byrds, 'Sweetheart of the Rodeo'
119. Etta James, 'At Last!'
118. Kanye West, 'Late Registration'
117. Derek and the Dominos, 'Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs'
116. The Rolling Stones, 'Out of Our Heads'
115. The Who, 'The Who Sell Out'
114. Cream, 'Disraeli Gears'
113. Joni Mitchell, 'Court and Spark'
112. The Mamas and the Papas, 'If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears'
111. Radiohead, 'The Bends'
110. The Velvet Underground, 'Loaded'
109. The Rolling Stones, 'Aftermath'
108. David Bowie, 'Hunky Dory'
107. Sam Cooke, 'Portrait of a Legend'
106. Ramones, 'Rocket to Russia'
105. Ray Charles, 'Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music'
104. James Taylor, 'Sweet Baby James'
103. John Coltrane, 'Giant Steps'
102. Cream, 'Fresh Cream'
101. Frank Sinatra, 'In the Wee Small Hours'
100. The Zombies, 'Odessey and Oracle'
99. Sly and the Family Stone, 'There's a Riot Goin' On'
98. Elvis Costello, 'This Year's Model'
97. Bob Dylan, 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan'
96. The Who, 'Tommy'
95. Miles Davis, 'Bitches Brew'
94. Hank Williams, '40 Greatest Hits' 
93. Prince, 'Sign 'o' the Times' 
92. Buddy Holly, '20 Golden Greats'
91. Elton John, 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'
90. Stevie Wonder, 'Talking Book'
89. Dusty Springfield, 'Dusty in Memphis'
88. Johnny Cash, 'At Folsom Prison'
87. Pink Floyd, 'The Wall'
86. Bruce Springsteen, 'Born in the U.S.A.'
85. Aretha Franklin, 'Lady Soul'
84. Aretha Franklin, 'I Never Loved a Man the Way I Loved You'
83.The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 'Axis: Bold as Love'
82. Neil Young, 'Harvest'
81. The Clash, 'The Clash'
80. John Lennon, 'Imagine'
79. Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin II'
78. Otis Redding, 'Otis Blue'
77. AC/DC, 'Back in Black'
76. Prince and the Revolution, 'Purple Rain'
75. James Brown, 'Star Time'
74. Neil Young, 'After the Gold Rush'
73. Led Zeppelin, 'Physical Graffiti'
72. Curtis Mayfield, 'Superfly'
71. Paul Simon, 'Graceland'
70. Billy Joel, 'The Stranger'
69. Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin IV'
68. Michael Jackson, 'Off the Wall'
67. Radiohead, 'Kid A'
66. Van Morrison, 'Moondance'
65. Phil Spector, 'Back to Mono (1958-1969)
64. The Rolling Stones, 'Sticky Fingers'
63. U2, 'Achtung Baby'
62. Guns N' Roses, 'Appetite for Destruction'
61. Sly and the Family Stone, 'Greatest Hits'
60. Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band, 'Trout Mask Replica'
59. Creedence Clearwater Revival, 'Chronicle Vol. 1'
58. The Rolling Stones, 'Beggars Banquet'
57. Stevie Wonder, 'Songs in the Key of Life'
56. Elvis Presley, 'Elvis Presley'
55. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 'Electric Ladyland'
54. Ray Charles, 'The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Recordings'
53. The Beatles, 'Meet the Beatles!'
52. Al Green, 'Greatest Hits'
51. Simon and Garfunkel, 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'
50. Little Richard, 'Here's Little Richard'
49. The Allman Brothers Band, 'At Fillmore East'
48. Public Enemy, 'It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back'
47. John Coltrane, 'A Love Supreme'
46. Bob Marley and the Wailers, 'Legend'
45. The Band, 'The Band'
44. Patti Smith, 'Horses'
43. Pink Floyd, 'The Dark Side of the Moon'
42. The Doors, 'The Doors'
41. The Sex Pistols, 'Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols'
40. Love, 'Forever Changes'
39. The Beatles, 'Please Please Me'
38. Muddy Waters, 'The Anthology'
37. Eagles, 'Hotel California'
36. Carole King, 'Tapestry'
35. David Bowie, 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars'
34. The Band, 'Music From Big Pink'
33. Ramones, 'Ramones'
32. The Rolling Stones, 'Let It Bleed'
31. Bob Dylan, 'Bringing It All Back Home'
30. Joni Mitchell, 'Blue'
29. Led Zeppelin, 'Led Zeppelin'
28. The Who, 'Who's Next'
27. U2, 'The Joshua Tree'
26. Fleetwood Mac, 'Rumours'
25. James Brown, 'Live at the Apollo'
24. Stevie Wonder, 'Innervisons'
23. John Lennon, 'Plastic Ono Band'
22. Robert Johnson, 'The Complete Recordings'
21. Chuck Berry, 'The Great Twenty-Eight'
20. Michael Jackson, 'Thriller'
19. Van Morrison, 'Astral Weeks'
18. Bruce Springsteen, 'Born to Run'
17. Nirvana, 'Nevermind'
16. Bob Dylan, 'Blood on the Tracks'
15. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 'Are You Experienced?'
14. The Beatles, 'Abbey Road'
13. The Velvet Underground and Nico, 'The Velvet Underground'
12. Miles Davis, 'Kind of Blue'
11. Elvis Presley, 'The Sun Sessions'
10. The Beatles, 'The White Album'
09. Bob Dylan, 'Blonde on Blonde'
08. The Clash, 'London Calling'
07. The Rolling Stones, 'Exile on Main Street'
06. Marvin Gaye, 'What's Going On'
05. The Beatles, 'Rubber Soul'
04. Bob Dylan, 'Highway 61 Revisited'
03. The Beatles, 'Revolver'
02. The Beach Boys, 'Pet Sounds'
01.The Beatles, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'

Most recent listen: Marvin Gaye, 'Here, My Dear' (#456, 1978)











May. 7th, 2015 11:46 am
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Happy belated birthday to my buddy, [personal profile] jjpor ! 
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I would like to wish all my flisters a happy Festivus! How have I disappointed you this year?

I all seriousness, though, I'd just like to wish everyone very happy holidays (whichever you celebrate). :)

Also, here's my fandom_stocking for your perusal/inspiration. There's a few things I forgot to include, such as The X-Files but that's basically the gist of it.*

*Although I did notice that I'm the only one to request Eight/Romana, which is sad 'cause it used to kind be the Eight/Anyone pairing, so yes please! :D And, obviously, what I said about Twelve/Romana.
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At ca 06:40 in this vid you will see the greatest moment in cinema history. I'm serious.

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I was thinking that everyone could use a brief pause from the doom and gloom that's dominated my posts lately. So I'm going to share some of my favourite MST3K shorts.

Fair warning: These are extremely sexist. But Joel/Mike and the Bots make it all worth it.

Watch the rest under the cut )

El memerino

Sep. 9th, 2014 11:01 pm
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Taken from [personal profile] john_amend_all :

Pick a number and I'll give you my top five women in that category.
  1. Protagonists
  2. Villains
  3. Superheroes
  4. Magical Girls
  5. Queens/Empresses/Royalty
  6. Who are adorable dorks
  7. That I'd invite to a sleepover/dinner party
  8. That I'd want to go on an adventure with
  9. That I'd want to be friends with
  10. That I'd want to kiss
  11. That I will love till the end of time
  12. Who I think deserved better endings
  13. That I wish had better development/writing
  14. That I wish had a better love interest(s)
  15. Whom I want to rescue from their horrible narratives
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60 years after their first win and the first since Reunification!

Well played. Well played indeed. :)

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Now, are there any Miroslav Klose ''Deal with It'' gifs? ;D
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Drabble written for dw100. Dunno how good it is but it'll do, I suppose. :)

Title: Europe, 1351
Author: akashasheiress
Characters: The Rani, OC
Rating: PG
Prompt: 508: pest
Word count: 100
Disclaimer: I do not own Doctor Who, nor its characters.

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Mulder has the biggest man-crush on Deep Throat.

Then again, don't we all? Deep Throat was the shit.
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Just a quick note that I'm currently on my sixth day of Severe Shoulder Pain from Hell (Probably Brought on By sleeping on it Wrong) and am thus slightly disables. Meaning no long posts for a while (like I'd been doing a lot of those lately!) but messages/chatting is okay.

Not even that damned ibuprofen works. D:


May. 25th, 2014 12:20 am
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As expected, Richard III will be buried at Leicester, where his remains were found.

The reaction in certain quarters is priceless.
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So, flist, what your favourite thing to do when your flu isn't quite bad enough to leave you totally unable to even lift the remote control but still too sick to go anywhere or do anything much more strenuous than that?


May. 5th, 2014 04:59 pm
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Happy birthday, [personal profile] jjpor!

Have a good one! :)


Apr. 8th, 2014 08:31 pm
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Happy birthday, [personal profile] melengro!
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So, I decided to read The Queen's Fool by Philippa Gregory because I thought it might be good for a laugh. So far, she's doing her usual Madonna/Whore dichotomy with Mary I being sweetness and light and Princess Elizabeth basically being a clone of her mother from The Other Boleyn Girl. Y'know, conniving, malicious, husband-stealy. And the protagonist, Hannah, is basically Mary Boleyn from TOBG: smug, judgmental, hypocritical, Mary Sue-ish etc (but she's not meant to be!).

And this woman calls herself a ''radical feminist''.

I think I just might do a spork of this book at some point.
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It takes a lot of courage to challenge the privilege you were born into.
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Okay, so this will surely be an unmitigated disaster, considering my lack of talent/creativity/imagination and attention-span but I can't resist anyway.

Thieved from [personal profile] jjpor:

1. Comment to this post with "I surrender!" and I'll assign you the basis of some TV show idea. (Science fiction show, medical drama, criminal procedure, etc...)
2. Create a cast of characters, including the actors who'd play them.
3. Add in any actor photos, character bios and show synopsis that you want.
4. Post to your own journal.

Or you could even post to the [community profile] isurrendered communities on both Livejournal
and Dreamwidth...!


Feb. 7th, 2014 10:18 pm
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... aren't there any Hogwarts Houses communities (especially Pottermore ones)?


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