Top Albums of 1970s

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  1. 9.5/10.
  2. Escalator Over The Hill. Carla Bley & Paul Haines. 1971.
  3. Rock Bottom. Robert Wyatt. 1974.
  4. Fare Forward Voyagers. John Fahey. 1973.
  5. Faust. Faust. 1971.
  6. 9/10.
  7. Irrlicht. Klaus Schulze. 1972.
  8. Y. The Pop Group. 1979.
  9. Third. Soft Machine. 1970.
  10. Neu!. Neu!. 1972.
  11. Desertshore. Nico. 1970.
  12. Lorca. Tim Buckley. 1970.
  13. Not Available. The Residents. 1974.
  14. The Modern Dance. Pere Ubu. 1978.
  15. 8.5/10.
  16. The Madcap Laughs. Syd Barrett. 1970.
  17. Exile on Main St.. Rolling Stones. 1972.
  18. Songs From The Hill/Tablet. Meredith Monk. 1979.
  19. America. John Fahey. 1971.
  20. Marquee Moon Television. 1977.
  21. Songs The Lord Taught Us. The Cramps. 1979.
  22. 8/10.
  23. Barrett. Syd Barrett. 1970.
  24. Tubular Bells. Mike Oldfield. 1973.
  25. Unknown Pleasures. Joy Division. 1979.
  26. So Far. Faust. 1972.
  27. Wish You Were Here. Pink Floyd. 1975.
  28. Faust IV. Faust. 1974.
  29. Ambient 1(Music for Airports). Brian Eno. 1978.
  30. Eskimo. The Residents. 1979.
  31. 7.5/10.
  32. "Heroes". David Bowie. 1977.
  33. Blue. Joni Mitchell. 1971.
  34. Matching Mole. Matching Mole. 1972.
  35. Plastic Ono Band. John Lennon. 1970.
  36. Born To Run. Bruce Springsteen. 1975.
  37. Low. David Bowie. 1977.
  38. For Your Pleasure. Roxy Music. 1972.
  39. Horses. Patti Smith. 1975.
  40. Street Hassle Lou Reed. 1978.
  41. Bridge Over Troubled Water. Simon & Garfunkel. 1970.
  42. Berlin. Lou Reed. 1973.
  43. What's Goin On. Marvin Gaye. 1971.
  44. Raw Power. Stooges. 1971.
  45. Physical Graffiti. Led Zeppelin. 1975.
  46. Bryter Layter. Nick Drake. 1970.
  47. Zombie. Fela Kuti and the Afrika 70. 1977.
  48. 7/10.
  49. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street. Stephen Sondheim. 1979.
  50. Station to Station. David Bowie. 1976.
  51. Blank Generation. Richard Hell & The Voidoids. 1976.
  52. Blood on the Tracks. Bob Dylan. 1975.
  53. Sail Away. Randy Newman. 1972.
  54. Funhouse. Stooges. 1970.
  55. Who's Next. the Who. 1971.
  56. Modern Lovers. The Modern Lovers. 1973.
  57. LA Woman. The Doors. 1971.
  58. Loaded. The Velvet Underground. 1970.
  59. Sticky Fingers. The Rolling Stones. 1971.
  60. Blow By Blow. Jeff Beck. 1975
  61. All Things Must Pass. George Harrison. 1970.
  62. Pearl. Janis Joplin. 1971.
  63. Rocky Horror Picture Show Soundtrack. Jim O'Brien. 1975.
  64. Surf's Up. The Beach Boys. 1973.
  65. Spiral Scratch. the Buzzcocks. 1977.
  66. IV. Led Zeppelin. 1971.
  67. Hunky Dory. David Bowie. 1971.
  68. From Here To Eternity. Giorgio Moroder. 1977.
  69. A Night At The Opera. Queen. 1975.
  70. Trans Europe Express. Kraftwerk. 1977.
  71. Parallel Lines. Blondie. 1978.
  72. Aladdin Sane. David Bowie. 1973.
  73. London Calling. The Clash. 1979.
  74. An Ideal For Living EP. Joy Division. 1978.
  75. Histoire De Melody Nelson. Serge Gainsbourg. 1971.
  76. Lust For Life. Iggy Pop. 1977.
  77. Tea For The Tillerman. Cat Stevens. 1970.
  78. Off The Wall. Michael Jackson. 1979.

Have you heard Not Available or Meet the Residents? Both are easy 9/10s for me.

They probably are, I have listened to them before, but I feel like I haven't listened to them ENOUGH to rate them yet.
They're pretty amazing though (I also dig Eskimo, God in Three Persons, and the "Santa Dog" single).

Which tracks would you remove from Raw Power to make it an 8?

GOSH it's been too damn long for me to know for sure... It's pretty short and tight in and of itself, though, so I dunno what to remove to make it a better-than-it-is EP.

Woah, you rate Off the Wall 7, that's a surprise. Do you like any other MJ albums?

Off The Wall is just cute; is it really that surprising? Haha, it's not that high on the list.

As for his other albums: They're all just boring-- Off The Wall just somehow strikes the right chord for me? There's an occasional passable single though like Smooth Criminal and Billie Jean. Pleasant enough pop music on occasion.