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Pitchfork's People's List

Friday, September 07, 2012

Radiohead's "OK Computer" and "Kid A" took the top two spots on The People's List. (flickr/alterna2)

The tastemaking music web site Pitchfork recently turned 15. To celebrate, the editors invited readers to partake in a massive crowdsourcing project called "The People's List." Almost 28,000 voters cast ballots to create a ranking of the best 200 records released between 1996-2011. Pitchfork founder Ryan Schreiber joins us to talk about the controversial results. 


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