Best Rock Albums Of 2007

Best Rock Albums Of 2007

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Our Best Rock Albums of 2007 looks at a year that featured the first new Eagles studio album in 28 years and a Springsteen LP that blew his fans away. As we have seen in each year of the 2000s, veteran rock stars like McCartney, Springsteen, Elton John and more kept releasing new music building a strong argument that classic rock was not dead as these legends kept delivering great new records. Of course, new and younger rock fans were also celebrating releases by new artists that they could call their own. Bands like Arcade Fire, Radiohead and Paramore released groundbreaking records that continued to keep these new artists at the forefront of rock music in the 2000s.

# 50 – Chase This Light – Jimmy Eat World

Chase This Light - Jimmy Eat World

# 49 – Alpha – Sevendust

Alpha - Sevendust

# 48 – Find Your Own Way HomeREO Speedwagon

Find Your Own Way Home - REO Speedwagon

# 47 – At the End of Paths TakenCowboy Junkies

At the End of Paths Taken - Cowboy Junkies

# 46 – Twelve – Patti Smith

Twelve - Patti Smith

# 45 – One Man Revolution  – The Nightwatchman (Tom Morello)

One Man Revolution  - The Nightwatchman

# 44 – Marry Me – St. Vincent

Marry Me - St. Vincent

# 43 – Dream Days at the Hotel ExistencePowderfinger

Dream Days at the Hotel Existence - Powderfinger

# 42 – Dominator – W.A.S.P.

Dominator - W.A.S.P.

# 41 – The Best Damn Thing – Avril Lavigne

The Best Damn Thing - Avril Lavinge

# 40 –The Way of the FistFive Finger Death Punch

The Way of the Fist - Five Finger Death Punch

# 39 – Street PoetryHanoi Rocks

Street Poetry -Hanoi Rocks

# 38 – Favourite Worst Nightmare – Arctic Monkeys

Favourite Worst Nightmare - Arctic Monkeys

# 37 -Era Vulgaris – Queens of the Stone Age

Era Vulgaris - Queens of the Stone Age

# 36 – New Wave – Against Me!

New Wave - Against Me!

# 35 – Volta – Bjork

Volta - Bjork

# 34 –  The Needles The Space – Straylight Run

The Needles The Space - Straylight Run

# 33 – Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow – Coheed & Cambria

Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow - Coheed & Cambria

# 32 – Poison’d!Poison

Poison'd! - Poison

# 31 – Beyond – Dinosaur Jr.

Beyond - Dinosaur Jr.

# 30 – Year Zero – Nine Inch Nails

Year Zero - Nine Inch Nails

# 29 – For Emma, Forever Ago – Bon Iver

For Emma, Forever Ago - Bon Iver

# 28 –  Still Making HistoryAna Popović

till Making History - Ana Popović

# 27 – Minutes to Midnight – Linkin Park

Minutes to Midnight - Linkin Park

# 26 – Baby 81 –  Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Baby 81 -  Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

# 25 – Good Morning RevivalGood Charlotte

Good Morning Revival - Good Charlotte

# 24 – The WeirdnessThe Stooges

The Weirdness - The Stooges

# 23 – Snakes & Arrows – Rush

Snakes & Arrows - Rush

# 22 – Freedom’s RoadJohn Mellencamp

Freedom's Road - John Mellencamp

# 21 – Meet The Smithereens!The Smithereens

Meet The Smithereens! - The Smithereens

# 20 – Infinity on High – Fall Out Boy

Infinity on High - Fall Out Boy

# 19 – Here & NowAmerica

Here & Now - America

# 18 – Chrome Dreams IINeil Young

Chrome Dreams II - Neil Young

# 17 – It Won’t Be Soon Before Long – Maroon 5

It Won't Be Soon Before Long - Maroon 5

# 16 –  Riot! – Paramore

 Riot! - Paramore

# 15 – Icky Thump – The White Stripes

Icky Thump - The White Stripes

# 14 –  Black Rain – Ozzy Osbourne

Black Rain - Ozzy Osbourne

# 13 – Carry On –  Chris Cornell

Carry On -  Chris Cornell

# 12 –  Fear of a Blank Planet – Porcupine Tree

Fear of a Blank Planet - Porcupine Tree

# 11 –  Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace – Foo Fighters

Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace - Foo Fighters

# 10 – Neon Bible – Arcade Fire

Neon Bible - Arcade Fire

# 9 – Introducing Joss Stone – Joss Stone

Introducing Joss Stone - Joss Stone

# 8 – Libertad – Velvet Revolver

Libertad - Velvet Revolver

# 7 –  Snakes & Arrows – Rush

Snakes & Arrows - Rush

# 6 – Raising Sand – Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Raising Sand - Robert Plant & Allison Krauss

# 5 –  In Rainbows – Radiohead

In Rainbows - Radiohead

# 4 – Memory Almost Full – Paul McCartney

Memory Almost Full - Paul McCartney

# 3 – Long Road Out of Eden – Eagles

Long Road Out of Eden - Eagles

# 2 – Late December – Maria McKee

Late December - Maria McKee

# 1 – Magic – Bruce Springsteen

Magic - Bruce Springsteen

Updated April 27, 2023

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