Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Album of 2012?
The editors of Rolling Stone recently selected their favorite albums of 2012. Their picks include Jack White’s Blunderbuss, Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball, Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange and Azealia Banks’ 1991.
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Now it’s your turn. What was your favorite album of the year? There’s a lot to choose from. Everybody from Leonard Cohen (age 78) to Taylor Swift (age 22) had a really good year. Neil Young got back with Crazy Horse and Jack White stepped away from his many bands. Fiona Apple returned from hiatus and Green Day dropped three separate albums. Long-dormant 1990s bands like Garbage, Soundgarden and No Doubt also came back onto the scene. So vote for whichever album you want, but only vote for one and please only vote a single time.
You can vote here in the comments, on facebook.com/rollingstone or on Twitter using the #weekend rock hashtag.