Rolling Stone redid their Top 500 albums list a couple months ago, and now they've revamped their take on 40 years ago.
The new 80 Greatest Albums of 1980 list still features the standard number-one pick for that year --London Calling from The Clash (which was released in 1979 in Europe). Talking Heads' Remain in Light is at number-two, Prince's Dirty Mind is number-three, AC/DC's Back in Black is at number-four and the Pretenders self-titled debut comes in at number-five.
Other notables in the Top 10 include David Bowie's Scary Monsters at number-seven with Bruce Springsteen's The River at number-eight. And albums from Bob Marley, Motorhead, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Steely Dan, Judas Priest and John Lennon made the Top 20.