Mojo Readers Pick 20 Best Albums Of Magazine’s Lifetime

This is a weird one. Mojo magazine asked its readers to vote for the 20 best albums released during the magazine’s existence. Crazy, right. I’d call that narcissistic, egomaniacal, or just plain ridiculous. I like Mojo. I read the magazine most months. But come on. Why would anyone use the lifetime of a magazine as the context for a best-of list?

Anyway, if you care, here are the winners:

1) The White Stripes, Elephant
2) Arcade Fire, Funeral
3) Bob Dylan, Time Out Of Mind
4) Radiohead, OK Computer
5) The Strokes, Is This It
6) The Flaming Lips, The Soft Bulletin
7) Fleet Foxes, Fleet Foxes
8) Wilco, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
9) DJ Shadow, Endtroducing…..
10) Arctic Monkeys, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not
11) Beck, Odelay
12) Jeff Buckley, Grace
13) Mercury Rev, Deserter’s Songs
14) Radiohead, In Rainbows
15) PJ harvey, Let England Shake
16) Oasis, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?
17) Portishead, Dummy
18) Pulp, Different Class
19) Nirvana, In Utero
20) The Libertines, Up The Bracket

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About Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg is a distinguished pioneer in the online music space; Newsweek magazine called him an ‘Internet visionary.’ In 1994 he founded Addicted To Noise (ATN), the highly influential music web site. He was a senior vice-president and editor in chief at SonicNet from March 1997 through May 2000. In 1997, Addicted To Noise won Webby awards for best music site in 1998 and 1999, and also won Yahoo Internet Life! awards for three years running as best music site in 1998, 1999 and 2000. Prior to starting Addicted To Noise, Goldberg was an editor and senior writer at Rolling Stone magazine for 10 years. His writing has also appeared in Wired, Esquire, Vibe, Details, Downbeat, NME and numerous other publications. Michael recently completed his first novel, Days of the Crazy-Wild, and is currently writing a second novel.

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