Taylor Swift and Jamey Johnson each landed an album and a song on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the best music of 2008. Johnson's That Lonesome Song came in at No. 32 on the albums tally and his "High Cost of Living" at No. 38 on the singles list. Swift's new album, Fearless, is at No. 46 while her single, "Fifteen," is at No. 46. Other titles on the Top 50 albums list include Bob Dylan's Tell Tale Signs -- The Bootleg Series Vol. 8, John Mellencamp's Life, Death, Love and Freedom, Ryan Adams & the Cardinals' Cardinology and Lucinda Williams' Little Honey. The list of the Top 100 singles also includes Kid Rock's "All Summer Long," Lee Ann Womack's "Last Call," Old Crow Medicine Show's "Alabama High-Test," Lucinda Williams' "Real Love" and Sheryl Crow's "Now That You're Gone." Rolling Stone's top album honor went to TV on the Radio's Dear Science. Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" was chosen as the top single.