Village Voice, February 27, 1990

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The 1989 Pazz & Jop Critics Poll


Village Voice


 1. De La Soul: 3 Feet High and Rising
 2. Neil Young: Freedom
 3. Lou Reed: New York
 4. The Neville Brothers: Yellow Moon
 5. Neneh Cherry: Raw Like Sushi
 6. N.W.A.: Straight Outta Compton
 7. Elvis Costello: Spike
 8. The Mekons: The Mekons Rock 'n Roll
 9. Soul II Soul: Keep On Movin'
10. Pixies: Doolittle
11. Tom Petty: Full Moon Fever
12. Beastie Boys: Paul's Boutique
13. Fine Young Cannibals: The Raw and The Cooked
14. Bob Mould: Workbook
15. Bob Dylan: Oh Mercy
16. The Replacements: Don't Tell a Soul
17. Pere Ubu: Cloudland
18. Madonna: Like A Prayer
19. Bonnie Raitt: Nick of Time
20. Boogie Down Productions: Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip-Hop
21. XTC: Oranges and Lemons
22. Jungle Brothers: Done By the Forces of Nature
23. Queen Latifah: All Hail the Queen
24. Roy Orbison: Mystery Girl
25. Terence Trent D'Arby: Neither Fish Nor Flesh
26. Kate Bush: The Sensual World
27. Caetano Veloso: Estrangeiro
28. Lyle Lovett: Lyle Lovett and His Large Band
29. Rolling Stones: Steel Wheels
30. Janet Jackson: Rhythm Nation 1814
31. Galaxie 500: On Fire
32. Batman
33. The Jesus and Mary Chain: Automatic
34. Aerosmith: Pump
35. Don Henley: The End of Innocence
36. Daniel Lanois: Acadie
37. Tracy Chapman: Crossroads
38. Quincy Jones: Back on the Block
39. The Cure: Disintegration
40. NRBQ: Wild Weekend


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Village Voice, February 27, 1990


Spike is ranked seventh in the Pazz & Jop Critics Poll.


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