The year is starting to wind down and you're going to hear a lot about what was the top things in 2012. We already know that Taylor Swift is on two out of three of the Billboard 2012 Year-End Country Charts for country album and top country artists of 2012. However, Rolling Stone has a different opinion of who has the top country album of 2012.

 Rolling Stone has chosen their top country albums for 2012 and Kellie Pickler’s 100 Proof was at the top of the list. They called it “the best traditionalist album of the year,” The rest of their top five country albums of the year were Jamey Johnson’s Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, Lionel Richie’s 'Tuskegee' which covers Richie's hits with several top country stars, Beer for Breakfast from JB and the Moonshine Band and Easton Corbin’s All Over the Road.

Check out these YouTube videos about the Top 5 country albums of 2012.