Underrated albums from legendary bands Even the greatest musical acts have an album or two that are underappreciated for various reasons.

Yet, to their fans, those albums are something special. Here are 20 albums from legendary bands that might not get the credit they deserve.

"Magical Mystery Tour" (1967), the Beatles Is this really Sgt. Peppers? Part II or Sgt. Peppers, lite? There are certainly Beatles critics and fans who believe that's the case.

Morrison Hotel" (1970), the Doors While some critics are still divided on whether 1969's The Soft Parade is the best or worst Doors album, it did spawn classic rock staples like

"Goats Head Soup" (1973), Rolling Stones Sandwiched between the legendary Exile on Main St. and the transitional "It's Only Rock 'n Roll," the Stones' 13th studio album tends

Sabotage" (1975), Black Sabbath Considering Ozzy Osbourne and Co. were being sued by their former management, the results of Sabbath's sixth studio album are pretty impressive.

In Through The Out Door" (1979), Led Zeppelin Zeppelin's eighth and final studio album doesn't always get the credit it deserves, especially when compared

Tusk" (1979), Fleetwood Mac Following up the ridiculously successful Rumours (1977) was certainly a chore. But instead of playing it safe and following

"Duke" (1980), Genesis This was a bridge album, in a sense, that connected Genesis' traditional progressive rock ("Duchess," "Duke's Travels") past with a

Women and Children First" (1980), Van Halen Trying to follow up the stellar 1-2 punch of Van Halen and Van Halen II is no easy task. Women and Children First was a top-10 album for

"Face Dances" (1981), The Who After Keith Moon's death in 1978, various factions of Who fans wondered if it was worth sticking with the band

Fables of the Reconstruction" (1985), R.E.M. R.E.M. was on the rise following the releases of Murmur and Reckoning, then it decided to do some experiments with this conceptual third studio album.

"Tunnel of Love," (1987), Bruce Springsteen Tunnel of Love won a Grammy Award in the category of Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo. Yet, as the studio follow-up to Born in the U.S.A. and before