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The Beatles, Rolling Stones Make Multiple Appearances on "Entertainment Weekly" Greatest Albums Ever List

Image courtesy of Capitol/Universal Music (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Capitol/Universal Music (via ABC News Radio)

Entertainment Weekly has ranked 100 of the greatest albums ever in their latest issue and, not surprisingly, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones are among the artists that made the biggest impact on the list.  The Beatles topped the tally with their 1966 classic, Revolver , which, the magazine notes, "pioneered the idea of a rock album as a singular, complete entity."  Three other Fab Four albums also made the cut: 1968's The Beatles -- aka "The White Album" -- was #12, 1969's Abbey Road was #22 and 1965's Rubber Soul was #46.

The Stones' 1972 album Exile on Main Street landed in the third spot, while 1968's Beggars Banquet and 1978's Some Girls were #20 and #35, respectively.  Other veteran pop and rock artists with albums in the tally's top 10 are Prince , whose Purple Rain  landed #2; Michael Jackson , whose Thriller was #4; The Clash , whose London Calling took the #4 spot, Bob Dylan who made #6 with Blood on the Tracks ; Aretha Franklin , coming in at #7 with Lady Soul ; and The Beach Boys at #9 with Pet Sounds .

Here's a look at the other memorable platters from oldies acts that made it onto the list:

11.  Blue -- Joni Mitchell
13.  What's Going On -- Marvin Gaye
15.  Born to Run -- Bruce Springsteen
16.  Sunrise -- Elvis Presley
18.  Graceland -- Paul Simon
19.  Call Me -- Al Green
21.  Inner Visions -- Stevie Wonder
23.  Achtung Baby -- U2
25.  Catch a Fire -- Bob Marley and the Wailers
26.  Are You Experienced -- Jimi Hendrix Experience
27.  Highway 61 Revisited -- Bob Dylan
29.  Rumours -- Fleetwood Mac
30.  Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul -- Otis Redding
32.  Appetite for Destruction -- Guns N' Roses
34.  The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars -- David Bowie
37.  The Dark Side of the Moon -- Pink Floyd
39.  Who's Next -- The Who
40.  John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band -- John Lennon
43.  Madonna -- Madonna
44.  Off the Wall -- Michael Jackson
51.  The Great Twenty-Eight -- Chuck Berry
54.  Life's Rich Pageant -- R.E.M.
67.  After the Goldrush -- Neil Young
71.  The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society -- The Kinks
73.  The Harder They Come soundtrack -- Various Artists
75.  My Aim Is True -- Elvis Costello
79.  Led Zeppelin IV -- Led Zeppelin
80.  Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -- Elton John
83.  In the Jungle Groove -- James Brown
84.  Horses -- Patti Smith
87.  Coat of Many Colors -- Dolly Parton
91.  There's a Riot Goin' On -- Sly and the Family Stone
95.  Saturday Night Fever soundtrack -- Various Artists
97.  Dusty in Memphis -- Dusty Springfield
100.  Ramones -- The Ramones

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