3. Neil Young’s “After The Gold Rush” is the only album reviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine twice.
This album is there with Bob Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks” for the best breakthrough album ever, with some of Neil Young’s most famous songs, such as “After the Gold Rush” and “Southern Man”. The first time, he received a bad review; however, the second time received an excellent review due to the great success of the album. This made it one of the most famous albums of all time, because for once, Rolling Stone magazine was wrong.