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Four Radiohead albums, two Arcade Fire albums, two Flaming Lips albums, one hip-hop act, two bands with ladies leading or co-leading. That's what helps to make up the top 20 albums on Pitchfork's first-ever "People's List," a survey the influential site conducted of readers' top 100 favorite albums released 1996-2011. A list of 200 most-voted albums was the result.
"If you read Pitchfork regularly and follow our annual readers polls, you probably have a pretty good sense of which artists are our readers' favorites. And indeed, it should come as no surprise that Radiohead remain the clear-cut favorite, racking up enough votes to win first and second place," the site explained, also pointing out there were surprises among the ballots and ballot-makers.
One of these surprises was that only 12% of the List's contributors were women -- about 3,000 of the approximately 28,000 voters -- ruffling some feathers and presenting the question: why weren't there more?
"Data only represents contributors to the People's List. And is not indicative of Pitchfork's overall demographics," the People's List page footnoted.
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