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The Ticket’s Top 40 Irish Albums of All Time

In this week’s Ticket, we’ve counted down the Top 40 Irish Albums of All Time as voted for by the paper’s rock music writers. No doubt, readers will be surprised and shocked as they go through the Top 40. The …

Fri, Feb 29, 2008, 08:30

   

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In this week’s Ticket, we’ve counted down the Top 40 Irish Albums of All Time as voted for by the paper’s rock music writers.

No doubt, readers will be surprised and shocked as they go through the Top 40. The process was simple – the rock writers sent in their Top 40 lists, the votes were counted, the results were tallied and a list of 40 emerged. Remember, these are the 40 best Irish albums, as chosen by our rock critics. If they choose to include a trad or jazz album, then that’s their choice.

Now, your turn. What albums did we overlook? What albums should not be in the Top 40? Is My Bloody Valentine’s “Loveless” really the best Irish album of all-time or do you think it should have been Enya? Let the fuming begin.

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