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Dec 12, 2013 4:37AM
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Like everything Rolling Stone put out, outdated and irrelevant. They have used up any credibility the used to have. Most of what they "like" is trash that I wouldn't play in a hog lot.
Dec 12, 2013 6:06AM
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I was reading Rolling Stone at the beginning and have continued to subscribe here at the end.  I have tried to be open-minded about the content, but it has become hard to ignore the fact that RS has swallowed the blue pill and have become tired old propagandists for some perceived rebellion they can no longer control. In short, they have become irrelevant.  Where once upon a time our family would peruse and comment upon interesting content, the comments on each Rolling Stone issue are now met with disgust and skepticism. Some things are meant to die...more so, Rolling Stone and it's bias-soaked editors.
Dec 12, 2013 6:06AM
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More than 75% of these no talented losers will never be heard of again in a couple of years.  Rolling Stone you have to be the most pathetic magazines around!!
Dec 12, 2013 6:04AM
Dec 12, 2013 6:52AM
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Kayne "The Douche Bag" West must be LIVID ! He went on that rant the Grammy's were racist and NOW he's being outsold by THE DUCK DYNASTY album and GARTH BROOKS !!!!!!!......LOL!!!....Kayne: without Kim, you're TOTALLY IRRELEVANT !!!!!......And soon, THAT 15 minutes will be over !!!!!
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Rolling Stone's Top 10 Albums of 2013

Rolling Stone

The past 12 months had more great music going on than any year in recent memory. Some of the most innovative artists of the last decade — Kanye West, Daft Punk, Queens of the Stone Age, Vampire Weekend and Arcade Fire — all made watershed albums. Rock & roll greats like John Fogerty, Paul McCartney and David Bowie proved they could be as vital as ever. The EDM explosion kept blowing up thanks to artists like Disclosure and Avicii; old-school titans like Eminem and Pusha T pushed hip-hop forward alongside new-school innovators like Chance the Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, J. Cole and Danny Brown; Kacey Musgraves and Ashley Monroe made country that was traditional and iconoclastic. But the most exciting news of the year might've been the astonishing number of breakout new artists, from retro-Eighties sister act Haim, to Brit-folk prodigy Jake Bugg, to indie-rockers Parquet Courts, to post-punkers Savages to chart-topping 17-year-old truth-bomber Lorde. Even Miley Cyrus' wrecking ball of an adult-oriented breakout album was kinda awesome. Oh 2013, you gave so much and asked so little; 2014, get crackin'. You've got a lot to live up to.

Contributors: Jon Dolan, Will Hermes, Christian Hoard, Rob Sheffield, and Simon Vozick-Levinson

See the top 10 of Rolling Stone’s 50 best albums of 2013, then click on to the complete list on Rollingstone.com

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