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GQ vs the Internet: Best Albums of the 21st Century

Recently, GQ released what they believed to be the most important albums from the 21st century that every man (or person, we're assuming) should be listening to. They threw in some nods to some of our favorites, like Vampire Weekend and The White Stripes.

Well, around 4 million Reddit users decided that the list was missing some important people, i.e. Arcade Fire and Radiohead. They took submissions of who people thought belonged on the list of best albums of the 2000s and took it one step further to seperate the results in three categories: popular, very popular and most popular.

You can check out who made both lists below for comparison. In the end, who do you think did a better job?

Are there albums you think are missing from these lists?

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