One week into our Listening Room readers poll for best album, the results are, well, interesting – but not entirely surprising.
Our poll so far is dominated by classic rock releases, but with a good mix of newer albums that will probably give the old timers a run for their money before we announce the results later in the week.
It’s really all up to you.
So far, Bob Dylan has the early lead, although we won’t tell you which album yet. The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and The Band are in the top 15. But Radiohead is in the mix, and releases from White Stripes and Smashing Pumpkins are poised to make a move.
Like we told you when we posted the poll last Sunday, it’s hardly scientific, but certainly democratic: Every vote counts.
Here’s how to vote:
Send us a list of 5 to 10 of your top albums of all time – any genre – and we’ll tabulate the votes. Later this week we’ll tell you the results.
So add your list in the comments section below, or reach us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jfitzgibbon or http://twitter.com/dianacostello. Or you can simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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