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iUno! ranked 8th on Rolling Stone's top 50 albums of 2012

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No link yet, but it's in the magazine!

Nice!!

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well that was unexpected.

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Really? It's a good news for the trilogy and the band! :)

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Both Dos and Uno were placed on the 2nd and 3d ranks respectively in the Russian Rolling Stone magazine... They have lots of fans out there :)

I was surprised that Russian fans liked Dos way more than Uno...

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That's fantastic! I bet the band is as thrilled as we are! :runaround:

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2012 was a terrible year for mainstream music. As much as I think this trilogy has its flaws, I believe all three albums should be ranked higher in the list. (Or at least Uno! and Dos!, considering Tre hasn't even been officially released yet).

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Really? It's a good news for the trilogy and the band! :)

I'm curious whether the high ranking is because of the quality of the record or Billie's meltdown.

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haHA!! I knew it'd get up there :rolleyes:

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Great news! Makes me happy for the band.

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I whole heartedly disagree with this. Just my opinion lol

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i dont even have a guess for number one. thats sad, i think i need to get out more ha

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I'm curious whether the high ranking is because of the quality of the record or Billie's meltdown.

I hope it's for their album...but I'm curious too!

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This annoys me tbh. Tre's awkward release right at the end of the year means it isn't getting as much recognition as the other two, despite the fact that (in most people's opinions) it's significantly better.

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Personally, I believe Enter Shikari's A Flash Flood of Colour, Deftone's Koi No Yokan and Stone Sour's House of Gold and Bones better than the trilogy. So does anyone have a link yet? Cos I'm eager to find out what surpassed UNO cos quite frankly it should be higher. Or at least DOS

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Hmm, I'm thinking its more so of the album, not his 'meltdown'

I'm really surprised but really happy! I definitely used to be like #1 or bust but this is great in today's industry.

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i dont even have a guess for number one. thats sad, i think i need to get out more ha

It's Rolling Stone, it will more than likely be Bob Dylan's new album.

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It deserves it. I rank the albums by album name.

Very few songs on Uno! I didn't like.

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It's Rolling Stone, it will more than likely be Bob Dylan's new album.

Yes, I'd bet money on it. It was well-received too, but even if it wasn't they'd pick Dylan :lol:

Well, good news for Uno! Now, Grammy nominations are tomorrow morning and Uno is the only album eligible this year, so here's hoping for something... methinks people who vote for that would include a lot of the Rolling Stone crowd, who seem to like Green Day.

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Well if Uno! wins a Grammy I'll jump off a moving train into a moat of crocodiles. Not that the album is the worst thing ever, but seriously, if that's Grammy award winning material sign me up because I think I could nag one or two myself.

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It's Rolling Stone, it will more than likely be Bob Dylan's new album.

Good call. I was thinking Mumford and Sons. I'm looking through this website here and not seeing too much that could trump it. There is Jack White's album that was released this year, too...and Rolling Stone [rightfully so] loves Jack White. They also love Lana Del Rey, so who knows who has the number one spot....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_albums_scheduled_for_release_in_2012

Side note: I subscribe to Rolling Stone, but I haven't gotten this issue in the mail yet. :( The last one I got was the one with Jimmy Page on the cover. Bummer.

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1. Wrecking Ball - Bruce Springsteen

2. Channel Orange - Frank Ocean images.jpeg

3. Blunderbuss - Jack White

4. Tempest - Bob Dylan

5. The Idler Wheel... - Fiona Apple

6. good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar images.jpeg

7. Here - Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

8. !Uno! - Green Day

9. Celebration Rock - Japandroids

10. Psychedelic Pill - Neil Young and Crazy Horse

11. Babel - Mumford & Sons

12. Rebirth - Jimmy Cliff

13. Old Ideas - Leonard Cohen

14. The Only Place - Best Coast

15. Locked Down - Dr. John

16. Sun - Cat Power

17. Born and Raised - John Mayer

18. Life is Good - Nas

19. Mirage Rock - Band of Heroes

20. R.A.P. Music - Killer Mike

21. Attack on Memory - Cloud Nothings

22. Slipstream - Bonnie Raitt

23. A Thing Called Divine Fits - Divine Fits

24. Cruel Summer - G.O.O.D. Music

25. Sunken Condos - Donald Fagen

26. Django Django - Django Django

27. Blak and Blu - Gary Clark Jr.

28. Bloom - Beach House

29. Away From the World - Dave Matthews Band

30. 1991 - Azealia Banks

31. Red - Taylor Swift

32. Hospitality - Hospitality

33. Visions - Grime

34. Boys & Girls - Alabama Shakes

35. Shields - Grizzly Bear

36. The Bravest Man in the Universe - Bobby Womack

37. Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now - Justin Townes Earl

38. Local Business - Titus Andronicus

39. Gossamer - Passion Pit

40. Escort - Escort

41. The Carpenter - The Avett Brothers

42. Europe - Allo Darlin'

43. Some Nights - fun.

44. Not Your Kind of People - Garbage

45. Rich Forever - Rick Ross

46. The 2nd Law - Muse

47. Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Fables - Todd Snider

48. Oceania - The Smashing Pumpkins

49. Folila - Amadou and Mariam

50. Swing Lo Magellan - Dirty Projectors

Kendrick and Frank Ocean take a W.

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Not a terrible list. Some great albums in there. Good to see Japandroids, Titus Andronicus and Best Coast in there.

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Life is Good>>>

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It beat Mumford and Sons!!! Haha. (nothing against you Mumford and Sons fans...)

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Surprised Uno passed Babel. That album crushed Uno in the release week and rightfully earned that number one spot in sales.

Glad to see some not so well known bands on that list. It seems like these days everyone pays attention to whoever makes that rap stuff. (Excluding the fact that I only like Billie's voice in Nightlife)

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