KEXP in Seattle has posted its top 903 albums (after its spot on the dial: 90.3), and the list – as a collection – is hard to scoff at, despite the ranking order being grossly, wildly out of whack. This was a list voted on by listeners, thus, the crazy high rankings of “new”-ish albums that haven’t even remotely stood the test of time. I don’t care what anybody says, but Arcade Fire’s Funeral at number 3 of all time? Fuck you, you’re insane. And Fleet Foxes in the top 60? What kind of crack is being smoked in Seattle? Oh, wait, that’s the home of Sub Pop, the label that spews out bearded lumberjack folk every few weeks. And I know everyone inexplicably loves Liz Phair’s Exile in Guyville (I loathe it) but to be ranked ahead of Sticky Fingers AND Closer? It makes my brain hurt. In fact, I’m starting to hyperventilate just reading this list in order.