50 Essential Albums of 1967

This survey of the most important and influential albums released in 1967 was first published in 2007 to mark Rolling Stone's 40th anniversary and the records that inspired and fueled its birth. The list, now presented alphabetically, has 10 new entries in honor of the half-century mark. Everything else is intact and enduring, as continually exciting and inspirational as the year they

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks

Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold
Musically and emotionally, Concrete and Gold is their most balanced record yet," writes Jon Dolan, "from punk-Zep dive-bombers like 'Run' and 'Make It Right' to the acoustic soul that opens 'T-Shirt,' in which Grohl gets his Nina Simone on, singing, 'I don’t want to be queen/I just wanna sing love songs.' 'Sunday Rain' is a guitar weeper

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