Weekend Rock List: Solo Albums


After catching Thom Yorke's Atoms of Peace concert in New York earlier this week, we began to wonder where the Radiohead singer's 2006 album The Eraser ranks in the canon of great solo albums. Now, we're bringing this question to you: Tell us your pick for the best solo album by an artist more well known for working with a famous band than alone. We'll reveal the results Monday ̬ here are some of our favorites:

• George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
• John Cale - Paris 1919
• Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue
• Thom Yorke - The Eraser
• GZA - Liquid Swords

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