My 100 Greatest Albums Part 3 60-41 (in reverse order)

A Listmania! list by Mr. S. O'kane "snagii" (London, England)
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Parade: Original Soundtrack - Under the Cherry Moon
1.  Parade: Original Soundtrack - Under the Cherry Moon by Prince
The list author says:
  "60 - Another glorious set from that amazing run of classic albums from 83-88. Has an aura that exudes Parisian cool"
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All Things Must Pass
2.  All Things Must Pass by George Harrison
The list author says:
  "59 - Biggest surprise in recent years was the revival of this album as a classic. It's not hard to see why (if you kick out the jams, that is)"
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The Stone Roses
3.  The Stone Roses by The Stone Roses
The list author says:
  "58 - Ah, 1989 and all that. Memories of an adolescence where music as great as this could be as 'pop' as Madonna. How times have changed."
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Moondance
4.  Moondance by Van Morrison
The list author says:
  "57 - The Celtic Troubador with his jazziest album ever. Wonderful, soulful stuff. Shame it hasn't been remastered since 1987."
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Ray of Light
5.  Ray of Light by Madonna
The list author says:
  "56 - Her finest work yet. Great mature and musically daring pop."
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Automatic for the People
6.  Automatic for the People by R.E.M.
The list author says:
  "55 - REM's finest hour. Dark but uplifting at the same time. Everbody Hurts is one of the greatest songs about suicide."
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Filles De Kilimanjaro
7.  Filles De Kilimanjaro by Miles Davis
The list author says:
  "54- Slinky, sassy pre-electric storm jazz from Miles. Listen to Madamoiselle Mabry and chilllllllllllll........."
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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8.  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles
The list author says:
  "53 - Okay, you are asking why only 53? This album is unquestionably one of the most influential BUT it now sounds dated audio wise. C'mon fabs, PLEASE remix the album before it's too late!!"
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Atlantic Soul Classics
9.  Atlantic Soul Classics by Atlantic Label (Series)
The list author says:
  "52 - Another compilation but this is a sublime one from the vinyl era (circa 1988). Not one song is in anyway naff. Newbies: get this if you want to try out classic soul music!"
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Irish Heartbeat
10.  Irish Heartbeat by Van Morrison
The list author says:
  "51 - A near perfect collaboration that finally has Van melding his soul roots with his heritage. Highlight for me is the unbelievable cover of 'Raglan Road'."
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The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill
11.  The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill by Lauryn Hill
The list author says:
  "50-  Halfway there! This is rap as pure expressionist art. No, 'hos', 'guns' or 'benjamins'. A odyssey through her past, present and future. An inspiration to all. Listen to 'Everything Is Everthing'"
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The Modern Lovers
12.  The Modern Lovers by The Modern Lovers
The list author says:
  "49 - Hard to believe that these tracks weren't destined for an album but were rejected demos found in someone's shoebox! What demos! And produced by Mr John 'VU' Cale!! Double cool!"
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You've Come A Long Way, Baby
13.  You've Come A Long Way, Baby by Fatboy Slim
The list author says:
  "48 - Old Quentin knows how to find 'em, eh? I love to hear good plunderphonic dance music and this is the best of recent years!"
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Hunky Dory
14.  Hunky Dory by David Bowie
The list author says:
  "47 - Another great Bowie album! I can't say anymore than that! Too many good songs to mention!"
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Raw Power
15.  Raw Power by Iggy & The Stooges
The list author says:
  "46 - The only title I'd recommend buying two versions of. Get the original Bowie mix which is subdued but cool and Iggy's millenium remix which is........LOUD!! Ow, my ears!"
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Abbey Road
16.  Abbey Road by The Beatles
The list author says:
  "45 - I used to hate side 2 of this album for all its McCartney-isms but now (as I'm getting older) I now appreciate that this was the end and as a whole it's divinely sad. 'Once there was a way....'"
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On the Beach
17.  On the Beach by Neil Young
The list author says:
  "44 - This is a wonderful dark and chilling ride and believe me it crawls up on you after just 1 listen."
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Transformer
18.  Transformer by Lou Reed
The list author says:
  "43 - A truly great glam rock album with swagger and gravitas. Who can fail to be seduced by songs like 'Walk..', 'Satellite..' and 'Perfect Day'?"
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Wide Awake In America
19.  Wide Awake In America by U2
The list author says:
  "42 - Is it an album or an EP? Who cares when you have a such a brilliant, passionate reading of 'Bad' on disc?"
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Here Come the Warm Jets
20.  Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno
The list author says:
  "41 - I'd never thought I'd own an Eno album and love it. But then again this is glam-era Eno and it rocks. Baby's On Fire is the highlight."
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