Monday, March 17, 2008

KXCI's TOP 913 ALBUMS: #501 - 550

The on-air countdown starts at #500 (we'll be posting all those albums, too, here on the blog). The final set of 50 top albums not in the on-air countdown; here we present #501 to #550. Enjoy!

501. Def Leppard, Pyromania
502. Tom Waits, Small Change
503. Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sixteen Tons
504. Roxy Music, Avalon
505. John Hiatt, Crossing Muddy Waters
506. Bruce Hornsby, The Way It Is
507. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
508. New York Dolls, New York Dolls
509. Public Enemy, Fear of a Black Planet
510. ZZ Top, Eliminator

511. Prince, Sign 'o' the Times
512. The Eagles, The Eagles
513. Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP
514. Gigi, Gigi
515. Little Richard, Here's Little Richard
516. Mazzy Star, So Tonight That I Might See
517. Joan Osborne, Relish
518. Tito Puente, Cuban Carnaval
519. Otis Rush, Right Place, Wrong Time
520. Wings, Band on the Run

521. Buckwheat Zydeco, 100% Fortified Zydeco
522. Ryan Adams, Gold
523. Junior Brown, Guit With It
524. Bob Dylan, Time Out of Mind
525. Steve Earle, El Corazon
526. Ruthie Foster, Runaway Soul
527. The Hollies, In The Hollies Style
528. Miriam Makeba, Pata Pata
529. New Order, Substance
530. Quicksilver Messenger Service, Happy Trails

531. The Smiths, The Queen Is Dead
532. Yo La Tengo, I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
533. Bob Dylan, Love and Theft
534. Brian Eno, Here Come the Warm Jets
535. The Bar-Kays, Soul Finger
536. INXS, Kick
537. Paul McCartney, Ram
538. Van Morrison, Into The Music
539. Leon Russell, Carney
540. Frank Sinatra, Come Dance With Me!

541. Tina Turner, Private Dancer
542. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Going to a Go-Go
543. Muddy Waters, Hard Again
544. Portishead, Dummy
545. John Cougar Mellencamp, Scarecrow
546. George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Golden Ring
547. PJ Harvey, To Bring You My Love
548. Bobby Darin and Johnny Mercer, Two Of A Kind
549. Blur, Parklife
550. Black Sabbath, Black Sabbath

1 Comments:

At 9:13 AM, Blogger Desert Duke said...

Oh, there are so many albums that I forgot when I put together my top album list. So a big thanks to Jim Blackwood for playing a cut from Dread Zepplin, who has been one of my favorite bands since I discovered them in a little place over in Tokyo, Japan. I agree with Jim that this was one of the gems that definitely should have been on the list but was lost in the shuffle.

Desert Duke
Host of Tabasco Road

 

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