Radiohead’s Kid A named Rolling Stone mag’s ‘Album Of The Decade’

December 10th, 2009 - 3:03 pm ICT by ANI  

Kanye West Washington, Dec 10 (ANI): Radiohead’s 2000 release, Kid A, has been deemed the best album of the decade by Rolling Stone magazine in its latest issue.

The album was chosen by a panel of judges including Yoko Ono, M.I.A, Mary J. Blige, Jarvis Cocker, Lil Wayne and Lars Ulrich, among others, reports Contactmusic.

Other albums to make the magazine’s top five included the Strokes’ This is It at number two, Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot at number three, Jay-Z’s The Blueprint at number four and the White Stripes’ Elephant at number five.

Radiohead and Kanye West have three albums each in the top 50, while U2, The White Stripes, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan are among those with two.

Best Song of the Decade title was given to Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’, ahead of Jay-Z’s ‘99 Problems’, Beyonce’s ‘Crazy in Love’, Hey Ya! by Outkast and M.I.A.’s Paper Planes.

Meanwhile, ‘There Will Be Blood’ was named film of the decade by the magazine. ‘Children of Men’ and ‘Mulholland Drive’ came second and third respectively. (ANI)

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