Check the full list here. What do you think? Those are some fine guitar albums, no doubt. But the persistent blues-classic rock bias among guitar dorks is crazy. You just want to shake them and be like, "You're livin' in the past, maaan." Apart from a handful of metal albums, they've barely caught up to the 1980s. No love for J. Mascis? C'mon! Are we really to believe that sometime in mid-1980s, people just started getting worse at guitar?
Seriously: the White Stripes' Elephant (2003) just made it at #43. The Wildhearts' Earth vs. the Wildhearts (1993) squeaked in at #47. Danny Gatton's 88 Elmira Street (1991) is #43. And a Stevie Ray Vaughn album from 1991, The Sky Is Crying, is at #31. And that's it for the past 20 years.
PopMatters offers an interesting alternate top 10 that's worth a read. Am I just being contrarian here? What do you think? Any post-1990 guitar albums you think deserve more cred?