Entertainment Weekly has compiled its list of "The 100 Greatest Albums." Topping the list was the Beatles' 1966 watershed release, Revolver, followed by Prince's 1984 blockbuster Purple Rain, with the Top Three rounded out by the Rolling Stones' 1972 groundbreaking double set, Exile On Main Street.

But for the first time in seemingly FOREVER, The Beatles 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band' didn't even MAKE the list! And Led Zeppelin 'IV', which normally shows up near the top of every list, came in at 79.

The Top 20 Greatest Albums, according to Entertainment Weekly are:

1. Revolver - The Beatles (1966)
2. Purple Rain - Prince (1984)
3. Exile On Main Street - The Rolling Stones (1972)
4. Thriller - Michael Jackson (1982)
5. London Calling - The Clash (1975)
6. Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan (1975)
7. Lady Soul - Aretha Franklin (1968)
8. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West (2010)
9. Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys (1966)
10. Nevermind - Nirvana (1991)
11. Blue - Joni Mitchell (1971)
12. The Beatles aka "The White Album" - The Beatles (1968)
13. What's Going On - Marvin Gaye (1971)
14. At Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash (1968)
15. Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen (1975)
16. Sunrise - Elvis Presley (1953 to 1955)
17. 21 - Adele (2011)
18. Graceland - Paul Simon (1986)
19. Call Me - Al Green (1973)
20. Beggar's Banquet - The Rolling Stones (1968)

CHECK IT OUT: The full 100 Greatest Albums list