Apple Music reveals more albums on its 100 Best Albums of all-time list. See numbers 90-81


The second set of albums on Apple Music's 100 Best Albums of all-time list were released Tuesday.

The list was chosen by Apple Music's team of experts, a group of artists, — including Pharrell WilliamsԻMaren Morris — songwriters, producers, and industry professionals, according to the company. The first 10 albums were released Monday.

So far, the list has included six albums from the 2010's, four albums from the 2000's, five albums from the 1990's, one album from the 1980's and three albums from the 1970's.

The newest album from the list so far is "ASTROWORLD" by Travis Scott released in 2018 while the oldest is "I Put a Spell on You" by Nina Simone released in 1965.

Apple said in a Monday press release that the list is an "editorial statement" and that the list is a "love letter to the records that have shaped the world we live and listen in." The tech giant said that it did not factor in streaming statistics when compiling the list.

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Here are albums 90-81 on Apple Music's 100 Best Albums of all-time list:

Apple Music's Top 100 Albums 90-81

Guitar player Angus Young of AC/DC performs during the AC/DC Rock Or Bust Tour at Madison Square Garden on September 14, 2016 in New York City.
  • 90: "Back in Black" - AC/DC
  • 89: "The Fame Monster (Deluxe Edition)" - Lady Gaga
  • 88: "I Put a Spell on You" - Nina Simone
  • 87: "Blue Lines" - Massive Attack
  • 86: "My Life" - Mary J. Blige
  • 85: "Golden Hour" - Kacey Musgraves
  • 84: "Doggystyle" - Snoop Dogg
  • 83: "Horses" - Patti Smith
  • 82: "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" - 50 Cent
  • 81: "After the Gold Rush" - Neil Young

When will Apple Music release 80-71?

Apple Music will release new album rankings every day for the next ten days. Albums 80 to 71 are set to be released Wednesday at 12 p.m. ET.

The top 10 will be revealed on May 22 with a roundtable discussion between artists Nile Rodgers and Maggie Rogers as well as Apple Music's Lowe and Ebro Darden. Apple has also started a  to help fans keep track of the countdown.