Tuesday, March 18, 2008

KXCI's TOP 913 ALBUMS: #301- 350

300 TO GO! Here are selections #301 in our Top 913 Albums of All Time countdown, as voted on by our deejays!

301. Red Hot Chili Peppers, BloodSugarSexMagik
302. Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding
303. Jackson Browne, Running On Empty
304. Ani DiFranco, Little Plastic Castle
305. Bob Dylan and The Band, The Basement Tapes
306. Aretha Franklin, Young Gifted And Black
307. Mott the Hoople , All the Young Dudes
308. Prince , 1999
309. Richard and Linda Thompson, Shoot Out The Lights
310. Sly and the Family Stone, There's A Riot Goin' On

311. Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years
312. Beastie Boys, Paul's Boutique
313. Alanis Morrissette, Jagged Little Pill
314. The Band, Music From Big Pink
315. Ray Charles, The Genius of Ray Charles
316. Bob Marley, Exodus
317. Liz Phair, Exile in Guyville
318. Otis Redding, The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul
319. The Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet
320. Talking Heads, Talking Heads: 77

321. The Who, The Who Sell Out
322. Guns n' Roses , Appetite for Destruction
323. Peter Frampton, Frampton Comes Alive!
324. Louis Armstrong, Satchmo At Symphony Hall, Vol. 2
325. Earth, Wind and Fire, That's the Way of the World
326. Joy Division, Closer
327. Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers, At The Ryman
328. The Kinks, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society
329. Sarah McLachlan, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
330. Radiohead , Amnesiac

331. Otis Redding, Otis Blue
332. Lou Reed, Transformer
333. Sam & Dave, Soul Men
334. Muddy Waters, The Anthology, 1947-1972
335. Freddy Fender, Before The Next Teardrop Falls
336. Solomon Burke, Don't Give Up On Me
337. Tony Bennett, I Left My Heart in San Francisco
338. The Monkees, The Monkees
339. Clifton Chenier, King of the Bayous
340. Air , Moon Safari

341. Jackson Browne, The Pretender
342. The Who, Live at Leeds
343. Coldplay, Parachutes
344. Dr. John, Dr. John's Gumbo
345. Ben Harper, Diamonds on the Inside
346. Isaac Hayes, Shaft soundtrack
347. Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, Pancho and Lefty
348. Public Enemy, It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
349. U2 , Boy
350. The White Stripes, Elephant


At 5:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad to see that Sly Stone's There's a Riot Goin On made it on to your list. It was quite controversial when it was released but is acknowledged as one of pop music's more important records. I write about this and more in my book about Sly. Check it out at http://www.lulu.com/content/1412956.


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