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asana15   Paws Up 7,616
asana15

Here's the thing - the list was initially created last year, and generated a lot of reaction.

So, today we have an adjusted (I guess) one with the inclusions that were widely criticized back there for their omissions.

There was even an article published by NPR calling it "Shocking Omissions: Lady Gaga's Extravagantly Human 'The Fame Monster'". So, in this year's list they are trying to correct it, evidently...

https://www.npr.org/2017/08/14/542886180/shocking-omissions-lady-gaga-s-extravagantly-human-the-fame-monster?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprmusic&utm_term=music&utm_content=20170814

"...When you're asked to name-check contemporary pop stars, Lady Gaga's name is certainly one of the first to pop into your head. From whispers and bellows to monstrous stilettos, Gaga's femme fearlessness left a mark in the music world. And on The Fame Monster, she wasn't afraid to turn Hollywood decadence and dirt into a campy, scathing and, most importantly, audio-visual extravaganza that continues to influence and inspire..."

 

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truthteller   Paws Up 712
truthteller

19. Taylor Swift, Reputation (Big Machine, 2017)

33. Taylor Swift, Red

what a joke

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ArtGagaPop   Paws Up 21,060
ArtGagaPop

Where is TF, BTW and Joanne? :triggered:
4 taylor albums? :triggered:
The most overated album in history 8? :triggered:

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HauntingHollow   Paws Up 3,917
HauntingHollow

Lemonade at that spot ?

this list is trully a mess bye :icega:

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You can not hide if nobody pays attention to you :*

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Fish   Paws Up 1,559
Fish

Beyoncé 4 should be considered as non existent lollll

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brit4ever   Paws Up 1,638
brit4ever

No Britney, but Reputation and Solange in the Top 20......... :poot: 

 

ITZ, Blackout, TF, BTW >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 90% of the albums on that list

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

:madge:   :bye: 

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malazam   Paws Up 9,838
malazam

#8 limon

#19 puta-tion

srsly? why are these even listed 

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another shot before we kiss the other side

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EvilRegal   Paws Up 3,309
EvilRegal

I don't even know half of those albums or names. PJ Harvey, Tosi Amos, Kate Bush.. ????

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And to put reputation, 1989, Lemonade, Madonna, Like a Virgin over Ray of Light, Like a Prayer, The Fame Monster... :grr: Also where are In the Zone, Blackout, Stripped, Teenage Dream, LOUD, Good Girl Gone Bad, Confessions on a Dance Floor?!?!?! :grr:

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Serial Chiller   Paws Up 579
Serial Chiller

LMAOOOO Reputation at top 20 some people need to adjust their calendar. April's Fool is 10 days late. :bye:

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SirLudicopro   Paws Up 1,327
SirLudicopro

Where are Ctrl (SZA), Take Me Apart (Kelela) and Ultraviolence (Lana) :saladga:

Also Melodrama should be much higher

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Unbeweavable   Paws Up 923
Unbeweavable

The Fame Monster at 104? Compared to some of the albums in the top 40? Sorry but that's a joke :toofunny: 

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ilgkp   Paws Up 119
ilgkp
16 hours ago, monsterdino said:

104. Lady Gaga, The Fame Monster (Interscope, 2009)

it is above albums like Ray of Light, Beyonce's 4, Taylor Swift's Fearless...however there are no Katy or Rihanna albums on the list

some of other popular acts of today who made the list

TOP 4:

1. Joni Mitchell, Blue (Reprise, 1971)

2. Carole King, Tapestry (Ode, 1971)

3. Lauryn Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill(Ruffhouse/Columbia, 1998)

4. Kate Bush, Hounds of Love (EMI, 1985)

 

7. Amy Winehouse, Back to Black (Island, 2006)

8. Beyoncé, Lemonade (Parkwood/Columbia, 2016)

11. Adele, 21 (XL/Columbia, 2011)

13. Taylor Swift, 1989 (Big Machine Records, 2013)

19. Taylor Swift, Reputation (Big Machine, 2017)

33. Taylor Swift, Red

34. Lorde, Melodrama (Republic, 2017)

41. Solange, A Seat at the Table (Columbia, 2016)

42. Carly Rae Jepsen, E•MO•TION (Interscope, 2015)

68. Madonna, Madonna (Sire, 1983)

76. Madonna, Like a Prayer (Sire, 1989)

79. Grimes, Art Angels (4AD, 2015)

83. Madonna, Like A Virgin (Sire, 1984)

86. Lana Del Rey, Born to Die (Interscope, 2012)

106. Whitney Houston, Whitney (Arista, 1987)

106. Beyoncé, 4 (Parkwood/Columbia, 2011)

113. Janet Jackson, Rhythm Nation (A&M, 1989)

115. Madonna, Ray of Light (Warner Bros., 1998)

119. Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston (Arista, 1985)

143. Mariah Carey, The Emancipation of Mimi(Island Def Jam, 2005)

148. Taylor Swift, Fearless (Big Machine, 2008)

full list: https://www.npr.org/2018/04/09/600116052/turning-the-tables-the-150-greatest-albums-made-by-women-as-chosen-by-you

 

Artists who have the most albums on the list

Joni Mitchell - 7

Kate Bush - 5

Björk - 4

Madonna - 4

Taylor Swift - 4

PJ Harvey - 4

Tori Amos - 4

:trollga:

Sure, Jan.

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ilgkp   Paws Up 119
ilgkp
12 hours ago, LaLuna said:

The Fame Monster is at #104, but freaking Taylor gets two albums in the top 20??? 

Flop list 

:bye:

 

list made by a 4-year-old

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