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  1. You stared at the cover art, pored over the liner notes, and spun the discs so many times they had to be replaced. They're albums you never get sick of, and the last 50 years of music have produced plenty of 'em. Only 100 essentials make the final......  Read Full Episode Summary »

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  1. You stared at the cover art, pored over the liner notes, and spun the discs so many times they had to be replaced. They're albums you never get sick of, and the last 50 years of music have produced plenty of 'em. Only 100 essentials make the final cut of VH1's 100 Greatest Albums of Rock 'N' Roll, a five-night special featuring archival clips and new exclusive interviews. Ballots were sent to over 400 artists, songwriters and music critics around the world asking to pick their top 50 albums from an extensive nominee list. VH1 has tabulated the ballots and ranked the albums from #100 to #1. Join host Jeff Bridges and see how your collection stacks up! (100) - Madonna, "Like a Prayer" (99) - The B-52s, "The B-52s" (98) - Jackson Five, "ABC" (97) - Ray Charles, "Mondern Sounds in Country and Western Music" (96) - Liz Phair, "Exile in Guyville" (95) - Tina Turner, "Private Dancer" (94) - Radiohead, "OK Computer" (93) - Simon & Garfunkel, "Bookends" (92) - REM, "Murmur" (91) - Peter Gabriel, "So" (90) - The Who, "Tommy" (89) - Derek & The Dominos, "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs" (88) - Talking Heads, "Remain in Light" (87) - Cream, "Disraeli Gears" (86) - The Who, "Quadrophenia" (85) - Santana, "Abraxas (84) - Paul Simon, "Graceland" (83) - Television, "Marquee Moon" (82) - AC/DC, "Back in Black" (81) - Otis Redding, "Otis Blue"

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