Uncut Poll! Rate 50 albums from 1969 here!

From Abbey Road to Zappa, 1969 was an astonishing 12 months for music - but which LP was the best?

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From Abbey Road to Zappa, 1969 was an astonishing 12 months for music. uncut.co.uk has chosen our 50 favourite albums released that year, but now it’s up to you to decide which is the best – click through the albums and give each one a mark out of ten. Full results to follow!

Albums included in the 50 from ’69 include: Bob Dylan – Nashville Skyline, The Stooges – The Stooges, Leonard Cohen – Songs From A Room, Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica, Pink Floyd – Ummagumma, Scott Walker – Scott 4….

Cast your votes here!

As the Top 5 currently stands (September 13, 2009):

  • 1. The Beatles Abbey Road (avg score 8.89)
  • 2. Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed (8.75)
  • 3. Neil Young – Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (8.48)
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  • 4. Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin (8.39)
  • 5. Led Zeppelin – Led Zepellin II (8.23)

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