Poll: “The Wall” second best double-album of all time

Posted January 9, 2014 by Floydian Slip

Participants in Rolling Stone magazine’s survey of the 10 best double-albums of all time have placed Pink Floyd‘s “The Wall” (1979) at #2.

“The Wall is a crazily ambitious 30-song collection that has aged remarkably well,” Andy Greene writes.

“The Wall” was beaten by The Beatles “white” album. The Rolling Stones‘ “Exile on Main Street” was #3.

See the entire list at Rolling Stone.

3 comments on “Poll: “The Wall” second best double-album of all time”

  1. Bo Dayton says:

    I am Miss Pink Floyd and all the music is so close to my life in a civilian way instead of military. I am most passionate of The Wall album and when ever my days are bad this is the music I go to. The same battles but feelings are very much the same.

  2. Jared says:

    They must mean “The White Album” … Abbey Road is only 47 mins

  3. @Jared: Indeed, we meant the white album, and have corrected the post above. Rolling Stone had it right.

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