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Rolling Stone 50 Best Albums of 2013

50 NEVER LOOKED BETTER: Rolling Stone has released its 50 Best Albums of 2013, awarding the #1 spot to XL's PoMo champs Vampire Weekend. Roc-a-Fella/Def Jam/IDJ's Kanye West followed suit at #2 for Yeezus. Then came Daft Punk's Random Access Memories (Columbia), Paul McCartney's New (Hear Music) and Arcade Fire's Reflektor (Merge). Other list-makers include Lorde's Pure Heroine (#7, Lava/Republic), Arctic MonkeysAM (#9, Domino), Drake's Nothing Was the Same (#14, Young Money/Cash Money/Republic), Phoenix's Bankrupt! (#22, Glassnote), Eminem's MMLP2 (#24, Shady/Aftermath/Interscope), Miley CyrusBangerz (#27, RCA), Kacey MusgravesSame Trailer Different Park (#28, Mercury Nashville), HAIM's Days Are Gone (#31, Columbia), CHVRCHESThe Bones of What You Believe (#32, Glassnote), Pearl Jam's Lightning Bolt (#40, Monkeywrench/Republic) and Avicii's True (#45, PRMD/Island/IDJ). For the full list from Rolling Stone, click here(12/4a)

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