All That You Can't Leave Behind and earlier U2 albums are winning plaudits on websites worldwide.

'U2 return with a record that explores the heartfelt, earnest-but-not annoying rock and roll that they've always been so good at. That Bono sounds more at home than he ever did during his Fly Years is reason alone to pick it up...'

So runs the review at CDNOW, which places U2's new album at Number Three in its Best of chart.Visit

While in a new poll conducted for VH1, which surveyed views of 500 journalists, music executives and artists - including Wyclef Jean, Britney Spears, Carole King, Jackson Browne, Elvis Costello and Roberta Flack - Achtung Baby and The Joshua Tree both fared well.

1. The Beatles, "Revolver" (1966)

2. Nirvana, "Nevermind" (1991)

3. The Beach Boys, "Pet Sounds" (1966)

4. Marvin Gaye, "What's Going On" (1971)

5. Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Are You Experienced?" (1967)

6. The Beatles, "Rubber Soul" (1965)

7. Stevie Wonder, "Songs in the Key of Life" (1974)

8. The Beatles, "Abbey Road" (1969)

9. Bob Dylan, "Blonde on Blonde" (1966)

10. The Beatles, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967)

11. "The Beatles" (1968)

12. The Rolling Stones, "Exile on Main Street" (1972)

13. The Who, "Who's Next" (1971)

14. Joni Mitchell, "Blue" (1971)

15. U2, "The Joshua Tree" (1987)

For the rest of their top 100 visit - and the Achtung Baby! placing - visit

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