The end of the year is a time to reflect on everything that happened in the past year: the best, the worst, the weirdest, the most controversial. Essentially, it's list time.
And it's also time to have righteous arguments about lists you think totally suck or lists you think are spot on.
That being said, here are Rolling Stone's choices for the top 50 albums of 2015.
Blur frontman, Damon Albarn, likes to keep things going-- Blur just made a comeback with a new album, his other band Gorillaz is reuniting, he's got a musical debuting next week..
He proved this, literally, when he had to be carried off the stage after refusing to end a 5 hour set at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival this weekend, according to Spin.
First the Gorillaz, now Blur is back! Lead singer of both bands, Damon Albarn, must be really ready for a comeback.
Blur announced "The Magic Whip", their first album since 2003's "Think Tank", will come out April 27 internationally and April 28 in the U.S.
Check out the new track "Go Out" below.
Last August, Blur frontman Damon Albarn said the band's Hyde Park show would be "definitely our last gig in this country this year and probably for a long time" -- but despite initial fears that Blur would be calling it quits, it looks like they'll be hitting the road again next year.
Blur were the stars of the night at the 2012 Brit Awards which took place February 21. The U.K. rockers were honored with the Outstanding Contribution to Music award before closing the ceremony with a 5-song set.