THE Beatles landed five albums on Time magazine's All-Time 100 album list. The Fab Four's ABBEY ROAD, White Album, SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, Revolver and RUBBER SOUL were the most by any group or individual artist. Bob Dylan topped individual male artists with HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED, BLONDE ON BLONDE and TIME OUT OF MIND. Aretha Franklin led women with I NEVER LOVED A MAN THE WAY I LOVE YOU and LADY SOUL. The top 100 was composed by two critics who are likely to fuel debate over which acts shaped music since the 1950s and who was left off.