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    Miles Davis – Kind of Blue (1959)
    Robert Johnson – King of the Delta Blues Singers (1961)
    The Beatles – Revolver (1966)
    The Velvet Underground & Nico – The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967)
    Kraftwerk – Trans-Europe Express (1977)
    Brian Eno – Ambient 1: Music for Airports (1978)
    Madonna – Like a Virgin (1984)
    Eric B & Rakim – Paid in Full (1987)
    Kanye West – 808s & Heartbreak (2008)
    Taylor Swift – Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (2021) 💀

    Thoughts?

    gq-magazine.co.uk/article/albums-that-changed-music

  • Jan 16

    taylor swift they just be inviting anybody

  • No Lil B what the F***??!!!!!

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    “But what’s truly mould-breaking is that this was the first of a series of albums which she rerecorded to get out of a contract dispute with an old record label. Commercial exploitation of artists blights the history of pop music, but here, Swift points to a way of leveraging celebrity to get your own back on the suits.”

    this is JoJo erasure

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    taylor swift on the list

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    no free engagement with these c***institutions

  • Lowkey cooking fr

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    I understand why they put the Taylor Swift album there, but is any major artist actually following in her footsteps and re-recording their catalogue? Seems premature to say it 'changed music history'.

  • No Michael?

  • Usually these types of lists get slammed a lot but they real for 808s and I hope they gave Cudi some shout out as well.

  • Gonna listen to everything but the Tswift

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    No Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan = trash list

  • Jan 16
    EliminationofKanye

    I understand why they put the Taylor Swift album there, but is any major artist actually following in her footsteps and re-recording their catalogue? Seems premature to say it 'changed music history'.

    also rappers have been rereleasing old mixtapes on streaming for years. its racism

  • Frank deserves more credit for leveraging fan relations than Taylor in this instance

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    EliminationofKanye

    I understand why they put the Taylor Swift album there, but is any major artist actually following in her footsteps and re-recording their catalogue? Seems premature to say it 'changed music history'.

    Haven’t labels started to make changes in regards to re-recording? Or was that fake news

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    Notmyfirst

    Haven’t labels started to make changes in regards to re-recording? Or was that fake news

    Labels only took notice after she did it

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    no Drake album
    so useless list

    these niggas have a taylors version in it

  • Blueprint should've been on there

  • CRACKASTEPPAVEGAN

    Labels only took notice after she did it

    That’s what I’m tryna say

  • continuum

    “But what’s truly mould-breaking is that this was the first of a series of albums which she rerecorded to get out of a contract dispute with an old record label. Commercial exploitation of artists blights the history of pop music, but here, Swift points to a way of leveraging celebrity to get your own back on the suits.”

    this is JoJo erasure

    !https://youtu.be/5zjHakuY6IU?si=isL7pwUPbvxTFnkg!https://youtu.be/RYdG5ifJO34?si=AdR-ryYVJrEH8q-5

    used to be a jojo stan

    her last album was fire too

  • Jan 16

    They're spitting. Can't even hate

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    PAPI NIGGA DAVE

    no Drake album
    so useless list

    these niggas have a taylors version in it

    What Drake album changed music history??

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    Illmatic should've at least been on there.

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    A E M 7

    Illmatic should've at least been on there.

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    Gross

    What Drake album changed music history??

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