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    It wasn't easy, but we got there in the end... The Rough Trade Albums of the Year list returns!

    Our top 100 Albums of the Year rundown is a reflection of an album’s experience within the world of Rough Trade - it’s informed by what you've been talking to us about, what’s been in most demand across our shops, and what we’ve been playing instore throughout the year - with the ultimate aim of championing the future as well as celebrating the present.

    https://roughtrade.com/us/albums-of-the-year

    11/15 Thurston Moore @ Elsewhere
    11/16 & 17 Jack White @ Kings Theatre
    11/16 Zenker Brothers/Andrea/Stenny @ Elsewhere
    11/17 No Way Back @ Good Room
    11/18 Pixies @ BK Steel

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    ROUGH TRADE – TOP 100 LPS OF 2017
    1. Aldous Harding – Party
    2. Ryan Adams – Prisoner
    3. Björk – Utopia
    4. Big Thief – Capacity
    5. Colter Wall – Colter Wall
    6. Cigarettes After Sex – Cigarettes After Sex
    7. The Big Moon – Love In The 4th Dimension
    8. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    9. Thundercat – Drunk
    10. Here Lies Man – Here Lies Man
    11. Childhood – Universal High
    12. Sampha – Process
    13. Holly Macve – Golden Eagle
    14. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    15. IDLES – Brutalism
    16. Daniele Luppi and Parquet Courts – Milano
    17. Bedouine – Bedouine
    18. Hand Habits – Wildly Idle
    19. Kelela – Take Me Apart
    20. Baxter Dury – Prince of Tears
    21. Queens Of The Stone Age – Villains
    22. Run The Jewels – RTJ 3
    23. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    24. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Murder Of The Universe
    25. Thurston Moore – Rock N Roll Consciousness
    26. Flat Worms – Flat Worms
    27. Myrkur – Mareridt
    28. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    29. Margo Price – All American Made
    30. Mac Demarco – This Old Dog
    31. Rose Elinor Dougall – Stellular
    32. Liam Gallagher – As You Were
    33. Nadine Khouri – The Salted Air
    34. Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile – Lotta Sea Lice
    35. The Black Angels – Death Song
    36. Oh Sees – Orc
    37. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
    38. Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark
    39. Lost Horizons – Ojalá
    40. Girl Ray – Earl Grey
    41. Beck – Colors
    42. Brian Eno – Reflection
    43. H. Grimace – Self Architect
    44. Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins
    45. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
    46. This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze
    47. Hercules and Love Affair – Omnion
    48. Public Service Broadcasting – Every Valley
    49. Pond – The Weather
    50. Temples – Volcano
    51. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – The Punishment of Luxury
    52. Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
    53. Slowdive – Slowdive
    54. Phoebe Bridgers – Stranger In The Alps
    55. Jake Xerxes Fussell – What In The Natural World
    56. Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life
    57. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    58. Liars – TFCF
    59. Spoon – Hot Thoughts
    60. Loyle Carner – Yesterday’s Gone
    61. Pumarosa – The Witch
    62. A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Iris
    63. Jarvis Cocker & Chilly Gonzales – Room 29
    64. Bonobo – Migration
    65. John Murry – A Short History of Decay
    66. Washed Out – Mister Mellow
    67. Real Estate – In Mind
    68. Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Luciferian Towers
    69. Horrors – V
    70. Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory
    71. Goldfrapp – Silver Eye
    72. Bicep – Bicep
    73. Marika Hackman – I’m Not Your Man
    74. Formation – Look At The Powerful People
    75. Woods – Love Is Love
    76. Grandaddy – Last Place
    77. Jlin – Black Origami
    78. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    79. Gorillaz – Humanz
    80. Sinkane – Life & Livin’ It
    81. Kelly Lee Owens – Kelly Lee Owens
    82. John Moreland – Big Bad Luv
    83. Little Barrie – Death Express
    84. Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher
    85. Jeb Loy Nichols – Country Hustle
    86. St. Etienne – Home Counties
    87. Trio Da Kali and Kronos Quartet – Ladilikan
    88. Lillie Mae – Forever and Then Some
    89. Nadia Reid – Preservation
    90. Protomartyr – Relatives In Descent
    91. Lowly – Heba
    92. Ulrika Spacek – Modern English Decoration
    93. Mark Eitzel – Hey Mr Ferryman
    94. Mountain Goats – Goths
    95. King Krule – The OOZ
    96. Metz – Strange Peace
    97. Songhoy Blues – Resistance
    98. Princess Nokia – 1992 Deluxe
    99. Ibibio Sound Machine – Machine Uyai
    100. Blanck Mass – World Eater

    11/15 Thurston Moore @ Elsewhere
    11/16 & 17 Jack White @ Kings Theatre
    11/16 Zenker Brothers/Andrea/Stenny @ Elsewhere
    11/17 No Way Back @ Good Room
    11/18 Pixies @ BK Steel

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    Going to be really interesting to see how EOY rankings shake out - really enjoyed this year overall but not a year definied by its top albums, can't think of one thing I heard this year worthy of cracking mine or just about anyone's all-time top-200 list - there just weren't no classics this year.

    Since I'm one who totatlly nerds out on these year end lists and how they ultimately aggregate - my guess is non-us pubs will collectively go for American Dream in a big way (though few will have it number 1), and then as the US pubs come in a few weeks later, look for DAMN to take over the overall top spot and finish there by a significant margin. Disappointing in a way, both are very good albums, at times excellent, but both are also arguably the worst of each artist's discography. Probably less so Kendrick, definitely for LCD.

    Sleeper pick for overall top spot - Lorde Melodrama

    Look for female singer-songwriters to be all over the top spots this year (though who and in what order is impossible to say, and they may cancel each other out a bit) - Aldous Harding, Kelly Lee Owens, and Julie Byrne have already topped early British lists and it's probably just a matter of time before Jesca Hopp, Nadine Shah, Big Thief and a few others land a top spot on some yet to be released lists as well - seems to be part of the big sweeping Spotify/headphones driven trend towards gentler/more spacious and intimate production we're presently in.

    I also expect a very strong EOY showing from Slowdive, maybe as high as top 3, and Protomartyr and Idles seem to have really galvanized the punk/post-punk leaning critics, thinking those two albums will score very high at end of day as well on the overall aggregator sites.

    Hard to say what other hip-hop albums will emerge - Vince Staple's latest got great reviews, Tyler's effort got a lot of early buzz, but overall not a banner hip-hop year, much more of an indie resurgence, emergeant female Singer/Songwriter year so could see far fewer hip-hop/alt-r&b represented in top 30 than we've become accustomed to in recent years, though I do suspect SZA and Kelela will finish well, and Sharon Jones may get a lot of posthumous votes for new one that just came out.

    Outsiders with a shot - Look for either Tinarwen or even more likely Songhoy Blues to gather a lot of international votes and place much higher than one would suspect.

    Should be in conversation but won't -
    Valerie June (definitely one of the year's best for me, but just don't see what publications other than American Songwriter and maybe RS rally around her),
    Wolf Parade, which is a shame, because of all the indie comebacks this year, theirs surprised me the most in a positive way.
    Run The Jewels 3 - that last week 2016 releas date kills it's chances, though expect very high placements from those pubs that do give it a waiver.

    Maybe should be in the conversation on an artistic level but absolutely won't because of possible vile Weinstein-ian circumstances - Brand New.

    Usual Suspects who will undoubtedly finish somewhere high in the mix but are in no way contenders for the top spot - The Xx, St. Vincent, The National, War On Drugs
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    Radiohead - The Xx - Father John Misty - Bonobo - DJ Shadow - Guided By Voices - Preservation Hall Jazz Band - King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - The Interrupters - Klangstof

    Beyonce - Bon Iver - Nicholas Jarr - Tycho - Four Tet - The Avalanches - Banks & Steelz - Car Seat Headrest - Mitski - Floating Points

    Kendrick Lamar - New Order - Future Islands - Hans Zimmer - Toots & The Maytals - Devendra Banhart - Lee Fields & The Expresions - Whitney - Preoccupations - Hinds - Ezra Furman - Pond

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    Decibel’s Top 40 Albums of 2017
    40. The Lurking Fear, Out of the Voiceless Grave, Century Media
    39. Woe, Hope Attrition, Vendetta
    38. Pyrrhon, What Passes for Survival, Willowtip
    37. Power Trip, Nightmare Logic, Daymare
    36. Ufomammut, 8, Neurot
    35. Disharmony, Goddamn the Sun, Iron Bonehead
    34. Wormwitch, Strike Mortal Soul, Prosthetic
    33. Propagandhi, Victory Lap, Epitaph
    32. Farsot, Fail-Lure, Lupus Lounge
    31. Napalm Raid, Wheel of War, Self-Released
    30. Oxbow, Thin Black Duke, Hydra Head
    29. Loss, Horizonless, Profound Lore
    28. Lock Up, Demonization, Listenable
    27. With the Dead, Love from With the Dead, Rise Above
    26. Dreadnought, Awake in Sacred Waves, Sailor
    25. Cannibal Corpse, Red Before Black, Metal Blade
    24. Wampyrinacht, We Will Be Watching. Les Cultes de Satan et Les Mysterères de la Mort, Zazen Sounds
    23. Midnight, Sweet Death and Ecstasy, Hells Headbangers
    22. Pagan Altar, The Room of Shadows, Shadow Kingdom
    21. Artificial Brain, Infrared Horizon, Profound Lore
    20. Cloak, To Venomous Depths, Season of Mist
    19. Akercocke, Renaissance in Extremis, Peaceville
    18. Enslaved, E, Nuclear Blast
    17. Cormorant, Diaspora, Self-Released
    16. Myrkur, Mareridt, Relapse
    15. Dodecahedron, Kwintessens, Season of Mist
    14. Obituary, Obituary, Relapse
    13. Craven Idol, The Shackles of Mammon, Dark Descent
    12. Kreator, Gods of Violence, Nuclear Blast
    11. Bell Witch, Mirror Reaper, Profound Lore
    10. Converge, The Dusk in Us, Epitaph
    9. Wolves in the Throne Room, Thrice Woven, Artemisia
    8. Full of Hell, Trumpeting Ecstasy, Profound Lore
    7. Immolation, Atonement, Nuclear Blast
    6. Spectral Voice, Eroded Corridors of Unbeing, Dark Descent
    5. Integrity, Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume, Relapse
    4. Necrot, Blood Offerings, Tankcrimes
    3. Pallbearer, Heartless, Profound Lore
    2. Spirit Adrift, Curse of Conception, 20 Buck Spin
    1. Paradise Lost, Medusa, Nuclear Blast

    11/15 Thurston Moore @ Elsewhere
    11/16 & 17 Jack White @ Kings Theatre
    11/16 Zenker Brothers/Andrea/Stenny @ Elsewhere
    11/17 No Way Back @ Good Room
    11/18 Pixies @ BK Steel

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    Power Trip is way too low on that. I'm shocked Paradise Lost took the top spot. Gotta give that one a spin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IlliniQ View Post
    Going to be really interesting to see how EOY rankings shake out - really enjoyed this year overall but not a year definied by its top albums, can't think of one thing I heard this year worthy of cracking mine or just about anyone's all-time top-200 list - there just weren't no classics this year.

    Since I'm one who totatlly nerds out on these year end lists and how they ultimately aggregate - my guess is non-us pubs will collectively go for American Dream in a big way (though few will have it number 1), and then as the US pubs come in a few weeks later, look for DAMN to take over the overall top spot and finish there by a significant margin. Disappointing in a way, both are very good albums, at times excellent, but both are also arguably the worst of each artist's discography. Probably less so Kendrick, definitely for LCD.
    I actually suspect that the top ten lists will be very uninteresting; hive-mindy and samey, as much if not more as recent years. The economic pressures to publish these lists earlier every year, along with the monoculture of current critical conversation about popular music has turned these lists into an exercise in taste broadcasting. It's a tautology: the albums that were talked about all year are the consensus best albums because they were the ones that were talked about all year.

    Very much agree that there were no real standouts, so I could see any number of things coming out as the consensus #1. A lot of really good, competent albums by legacy artists, but few that anyone would actually promote as masterpieces or "the best" by those artists. Some Kendrick apologists will try to argue that DAMN was his best yet, but I don't think they actually believe that in their heart of hearts.

    If something new and exciting happens over the next few years -- if Arcade Fire's bad album finally buried the 2000s, and Taylor Swift's buried poptimism -- maybe we'll look back on the last few years as the end of something. A period like 1999 to 2001 where formerly dominant trends became stale and old warhorses treaded water with perfectly fine albums before the culture finally gave way to new things.
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    But don't discount a darker scenario: social media attention spans and the new economics of selling music lead to a continuing decline of the album as the essential artistic format.
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    Tell me about it. I'm I alone when I say I actually dislike when a band or artist drops like 4-5 singles before their album drops? I mean, it defeats the whole purpose of releasing an album imo. Just keep releasing singles in that case. Sometimes I like going into an album blind, with no expectations and not hearing any of it previously.

    I agree about the albums that do get talked about more, are often the ones that end up on any end of year list, regardless of how good or bad they were. When's the last time a real hyped album from a newer, more popular artist ever got mostly negative reviews? Doesn't seem to happen very often. For example, I think 90% of people already had their minds made up that Damn was going to be a classic before they heard it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooks View Post
    Decibel’s Top 40 Albums of 2017
    40. The Lurking Fear, Out of the Voiceless Grave, Century Media
    39. Woe, Hope Attrition, Vendetta
    38. Pyrrhon, What Passes for Survival, Willowtip
    37. Power Trip, Nightmare Logic, Daymare
    36. Ufomammut, 8, Neurot
    35. Disharmony, Goddamn the Sun, Iron Bonehead
    34. Wormwitch, Strike Mortal Soul, Prosthetic
    33. Propagandhi, Victory Lap, Epitaph
    32. Farsot, Fail-Lure, Lupus Lounge
    31. Napalm Raid, Wheel of War, Self-Released
    30. Oxbow, Thin Black Duke, Hydra Head
    29. Loss, Horizonless, Profound Lore
    28. Lock Up, Demonization, Listenable
    27. With the Dead, Love from With the Dead, Rise Above
    26. Dreadnought, Awake in Sacred Waves, Sailor
    25. Cannibal Corpse, Red Before Black, Metal Blade
    24. Wampyrinacht, We Will Be Watching. Les Cultes de Satan et Les Mysterères de la Mort, Zazen Sounds
    23. Midnight, Sweet Death and Ecstasy, Hells Headbangers
    22. Pagan Altar, The Room of Shadows, Shadow Kingdom
    21. Artificial Brain, Infrared Horizon, Profound Lore
    20. Cloak, To Venomous Depths, Season of Mist
    19. Akercocke, Renaissance in Extremis, Peaceville
    18. Enslaved, E, Nuclear Blast
    17. Cormorant, Diaspora, Self-Released
    16. Myrkur, Mareridt, Relapse
    15. Dodecahedron, Kwintessens, Season of Mist
    14. Obituary, Obituary, Relapse
    13. Craven Idol, The Shackles of Mammon, Dark Descent
    12. Kreator, Gods of Violence, Nuclear Blast
    11. Bell Witch, Mirror Reaper, Profound Lore
    10. Converge, The Dusk in Us, Epitaph
    9. Wolves in the Throne Room, Thrice Woven, Artemisia
    8. Full of Hell, Trumpeting Ecstasy, Profound Lore
    7. Immolation, Atonement, Nuclear Blast
    6. Spectral Voice, Eroded Corridors of Unbeing, Dark Descent
    5. Integrity, Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume, Relapse
    4. Necrot, Blood Offerings, Tankcrimes
    3. Pallbearer, Heartless, Profound Lore
    2. Spirit Adrift, Curse of Conception, 20 Buck Spin
    1. Paradise Lost, Medusa, Nuclear Blast
    Nice. I have a fairly easy time keeping up with most new releases throughout a year, but it isn't until the year end metal lists come out that I can finally seek out some of the best heavy releases. Looking forward to digging into this one a bit. Converge, Dodecahedron, and Kreator were already a few of my favorites going into December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pea View Post
    Nice. I have a fairly easy time keeping up with most new releases throughout a year, but it isn't until the year end metal lists come out that I can finally seek out some of the best heavy releases. Looking forward to digging into this one a bit. Converge, Dodecahedron, and Kreator were already a few of my favorites going into December.
    I'm the same way. Metal releases are just so hard to track for me. I love that Decibel is out early.

    Agree with bmack that Paradise Lost is an odd top record and after spinning it I don't get it. Aside from the title track I was bored. That Spirit Adrift record is awesome. Sounds like if Pantera played doom metal to me but oh so much more than that. Great stuff.

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    I imagine SZA will frequent in top 10 lists, not #1 but like debut of the year award. Fleet Foxes & War on Drugs for the indie/rock , then Tyler and of course DAMN. for rap albums. Interested to see what Bjork has in store for us on Friday and how her album fares critically.
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    I agree about the albums that do get talked about more, are often the ones that end up on any end of year list, regardless of how good or bad they were. When's the last time a real hyped album from a newer, more popular artist ever got mostly negative reviews? Doesn't seem to happen very often. For example, I think 90% of people already had their minds made up that Damn was going to be a classic before they heard it at all.
    I'm not sure how much of this is a lack of critical thinking versus a lack of journalistic balls. Tons of stories out there these days about how heavy handed top artists and their management have become denying future interviews/personal appearance access to websites/papers/magazines/shows that offer up less than glowing reviews. Look at metacritic, I've been following that site for years - in 2004 there were 57 albums that garnered a composite review score of 82 or better, in 2009 55, in 2017 114. There's a definite grade inflation going on and a big part of it is artists pressuring/leveraging a wimped out press that cares more about access than integrity.

    So sadly, while I don't disagree with any of your or Mirror Noirs' comments in general sense, I actually think these year end lists, no matter how samey, are actually in this day and age a more honest reflection of how the writers at these sources actually feel about the year's releases than the first time reviews themselves.
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    Radiohead - The Xx - Father John Misty - Bonobo - DJ Shadow - Guided By Voices - Preservation Hall Jazz Band - King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - The Interrupters - Klangstof

    Beyonce - Bon Iver - Nicholas Jarr - Tycho - Four Tet - The Avalanches - Banks & Steelz - Car Seat Headrest - Mitski - Floating Points

    Kendrick Lamar - New Order - Future Islands - Hans Zimmer - Toots & The Maytals - Devendra Banhart - Lee Fields & The Expresions - Whitney - Preoccupations - Hinds - Ezra Furman - Pond

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    ROUGH TRADE – TOP 100 LPS OF 2017
    1. Aldous Harding – Party
    2. Ryan Adams – Prisoner
    3. Björk – Utopia - didn't this just come out Friday??
    4. Big Thief – Capacity
    5. Colter Wall – Colter Wall
    6. Cigarettes After Sex – Cigarettes After Sex
    7. The Big Moon – Love In The 4th Dimension
    8. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    9. Thundercat – Drunk
    10. Here Lies Man – Here Lies Man
    11. Childhood – Universal High
    12. Sampha – Process
    13. Holly Macve – Golden Eagle
    14. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    15. IDLES – Brutalism
    16. Daniele Luppi and Parquet Courts – Milano
    17. Bedouine – Bedouine
    18. Hand Habits – Wildly Idle
    19. Kelela – Take Me Apart
    20. Baxter Dury – Prince of Tears
    21. Queens Of The Stone Age – Villains
    22. Run The Jewels – RTJ 3
    23. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    24. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Murder Of The Universe
    25. Thurston Moore – Rock N Roll Consciousness
    26. Flat Worms – Flat Worms
    27. Myrkur – Mareridt
    28. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    29. Margo Price – All American Made
    30. Mac Demarco – This Old Dog
    31. Rose Elinor Dougall – Stellular
    32. Liam Gallagher – As You Were - how is this so high??
    33. Nadine Khouri – The Salted Air
    34. Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile – Lotta Sea Lice
    35. The Black Angels – Death Song
    36. Oh Sees – Orc
    37. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
    38. Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark
    39. Lost Horizons – Ojalá
    40. Girl Ray – Earl Grey
    41. Beck – Colors
    42. Brian Eno – Reflection
    43. H. Grimace – Self Architect
    44. Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins - How is this so low??
    45. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. - How is this so low??
    46. This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze
    47. Hercules and Love Affair – Omnion
    48. Public Service Broadcasting – Every Valley
    49. Pond – The Weather
    50. Temples – Volcano
    51. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – The Punishment of Luxury
    52. Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
    53. Slowdive – Slowdive
    54. Phoebe Bridgers – Stranger In The Alps
    55. Jake Xerxes Fussell – What In The Natural World
    56. Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life
    57. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    58. Liars – TFCF
    59. Spoon – Hot Thoughts
    60. Loyle Carner – Yesterday’s Gone
    61. Pumarosa – The Witch
    62. A Winged Victory For The Sullen – Iris
    63. Jarvis Cocker & Chilly Gonzales – Room 29
    64. Bonobo – Migration
    65. John Murry – A Short History of Decay
    66. Washed Out – Mister Mellow
    67. Real Estate – In Mind
    68. Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Luciferian Towers
    69. Horrors – V
    70. Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory
    71. Goldfrapp – Silver Eye
    72. Bicep – Bicep
    73. Marika Hackman – I’m Not Your Man
    74. Formation – Look At The Powerful People
    75. Woods – Love Is Love
    76. Grandaddy – Last Place
    77. Jlin – Black Origami
    78. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    79. Gorillaz – Humanz
    80. Sinkane – Life & Livin’ It
    81. Kelly Lee Owens – Kelly Lee Owens
    82. John Moreland – Big Bad Luv
    83. Little Barrie – Death Express
    84. Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher
    85. Jeb Loy Nichols – Country Hustle
    86. St. Etienne – Home Counties
    87. Trio Da Kali and Kronos Quartet – Ladilikan
    88. Lillie Mae – Forever and Then Some
    89. Nadia Reid – Preservation
    90. Protomartyr – Relatives In Descent
    91. Lowly – Heba
    92. Ulrika Spacek – Modern English Decoration
    93. Mark Eitzel – Hey Mr Ferryman
    94. Mountain Goats – Goths
    95. King Krule – The OOZ
    96. Metz – Strange Peace
    97. Songhoy Blues – Resistance
    98. Princess Nokia – 1992 Deluxe
    99. Ibibio Sound Machine – Machine Uyai
    100. Blanck Mass – World Eater
    It's missing Perfume Genius as a GLARING omission.
    I miss talking to TomAz.

    We all do. I live in the same city as him (unless he relocated) and rumor has it that at 3:15am if you listen closely and its really really quiet you can hear him telling you to go fuck yourself.

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    This is one of the best threads. Keep it up Spooks this is the time to shine!
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    MOJO’s Top 50 Albums of 2017
    50. Wrongtom & The Ragga Twins – In Time
    49. The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
    48. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    47. Roger Waters – Is This the Life We Really Want?
    46. Mogwai – Every Country’s Sun
    45. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    44. Kate Bush – Before the Dawn
    43. Shabazz Palaces – Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star & Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines
    42. Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold
    41. Endless Boogie – Vibe Killer
    40. Beck – Colors
    39. Kelley Stoltz – Que Aura
    38. Oumou Sangaré – Mogoya
    37. Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
    36. Wire – Silver/Lead
    35. Sampha – Process
    34. The Magnetic Fields – 50 Song Memoir
    33. Randy Newman – Dark Matter
    32. Tamikrest – Kidal
    31. Susanne Sundfør – Music For People In Trouble
    30. The Bug vs Earth – Concrete Desert
    29. Perfume Genius – No Shape
    28. Julie Byrne – Not Even Happiness
    27. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – The Nashville Sound
    26. Tony Allen – The Source
    25. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    24. Oh Sees – Orc
    23. Songhoy Blues – Résistance
    22. Peter Perrett – How The West Was Won
    21. Thundercat – Drunk
    20. Richard Dawson – Peasant
    19. Aimee Mann – Mental Illness
    18. Mark Lanegan Band – Gargoyle
    17. Binker and Moses – Journey to the Mountain of Forever
    16. Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Lotta Sea Lice
    15. Sparks – Hippopotamus
    14. This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze
    13. Ghostpoet – Dark Days + Canapés
    12. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    11. The Moonlandingz – Interplanetary Class Classics
    10. Aldous Harding – Party
    9. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    8. Hurray For The Riff Raff – The Navigator
    7. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
    6. St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION
    5. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    4. A Tribe Called Quest – We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service
    3. Queens of the Stone Age – Villains
    2. Nadia Reid – Preservation
    1. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

    Uncut’s Top 75 Albums of 2017
    75. Ryan Adams – Prisoner
    74. Feist – Pleasure
    73. Aldous Harding – Party
    72. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – The Nashville Sound
    71. David Rawlings – Poor David’s Almanack
    70. Perfume Genius – No Shape
    69. Sparks – Hippopotamus
    68. Floating Points – Reflections – Mojave Desert
    67. The Magnetic Fields – 50 Song Memoir
    66. Crescent – Resin Pockets
    65. Real Estate – In Mind
    64. Blanck Mass – World Eater
    63. Kevin Morby – City Music
    62. Mark Eitzel – Hey Mr Ferryman
    61. Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life
    60. Bitchin Bajas – Bajas Fresh
    59. John Maus – Screen Memories
    58. Wand – Plum
    57. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – The French Press
    56. House and Land – House and Land
    55. The Moonlandingz – Interplanetary Class Classics
    54. Tinariwen – Elwan
    53. SZA – CTRL
    52. Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band – Dreaming in the Non-Dream
    51. Randy Newman – Dark Matter
    50. The xx – I See You
    49. Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band – Adiós Señor Pussycat
    48. Lindstrøm – It’s Alright Between Us As It Is
    47. Pond – The Weather
    46. Broken Social Scene – Hug of Thunder
    45. Spoon – Hot Thoughts
    44. Jake Xerxes Fussell – What In The Natural World
    43. Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet – Ladilikan
    42. Thundercat – Drunk
    41. Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up
    40. Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked at Me
    39. Arca – Arca
    38. Robyn Hitchcock – Robyn Hitchcock
    37. Ride – Weather Diaries
    36. Four Tet – New Energy
    35. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana
    34. Saint Etienne – Home Counties
    33. Oh Sees – Orc
    32. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    31. Gas – Narkopop
    30. Susanne Sundfør – Music For People In Trouble
    29. Michael Chapman – 50
    28. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – The Kid
    27. Hiss Golden Messenger – Hallelujah Anyhow
    26. Rhiannon Giddens – Freedom Highway
    25. Robert Plant – Carry Fire
    24. Margo Price – All American Made
    23. Chuck Johnson – Balsams
    22. Ty Segall – Ty Segall
    21. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    20. Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins
    19. The Clientele – Music for the Age of Miracles
    18. Lorde – Melodrama
    17. Juana Molina – Halo
    16. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    15. Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society – Simultonality
    14. Julie Byrne – Not Even Happiness
    13. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    12. Peter Perrett – How The West Was Won
    11. Slowdive – Slowdive
    10. Hurray For The Riff Raff – The Navigator
    9. St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION
    8. Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile – Lotta Sea Lice
    7. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    6. Richard Dawson – Peasant
    5. Joan Shelley – Joan Shelley
    4. The Weather Station – The Weather Station
    3. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
    2. The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
    1. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

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    I came so close to seeing The Weather Station at Cafe Du Nord at the beginning of this month. That first single of the new album rocks.
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    Q MAGAZINE’S TOP 50 LPS OF 2017
    50. Pumarosa – The Witch
    49. Depeche Mode – Spirit
    48. Kevin Morby – City Music
    47. Ghostpoet – Dark Days + Canapés
    46. Jay-Z – 4:44
    45. alt-J – Relaxer
    44. Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band – Adiós Señor Pussycat
    43. Squeeze – The Knowledge
    42. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    41. Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up
    40. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy
    39. Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life
    38. Phoenix – Ti Amo
    37. J Hus – Common Sense
    36. Elbow – Little Fictions
    35. Kasabian – For Crying Out Loud
    34. Susanne Sundfør – Music For People In Trouble
    33. Joan Shelley – Joan Shelley
    32. Nadia Reid – Preservation
    31. Brian Eno – Reflection
    30. Beck – Colors
    29. Everything Everything – A Fever Dream
    28. MUNA – About U
    27. SZA – CTRL
    26. Sparks – Hippopotamus
    25. Thundercat – Drunk
    24. Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
    23. The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
    22. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    21. Cigarettes After Sex – Cigarettes After Sex
    20. Forest Swords – Compassion
    19. Dizzee Rascal – Raskit
    18. Four Tet – New Energy
    17. The xx – I See You
    16. Girl Ray – Earl Grey
    15. Liam Gallagher – As You Were
    14. Sampha – Process
    13. The Horrors – V
    12. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    11. Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer
    10. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    9. Queens of the Stone Age – Villains
    8. Baxter Dury – Prince of Tears
    7. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    6. St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION
    5. Gorillaz – Humanz
    4. Lorde – Melodrama
    3. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    2. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
    1. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

    11/15 Thurston Moore @ Elsewhere
    11/16 & 17 Jack White @ Kings Theatre
    11/16 Zenker Brothers/Andrea/Stenny @ Elsewhere
    11/17 No Way Back @ Good Room
    11/18 Pixies @ BK Steel

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    Did not think LCD Soundsystem's record would be the one critics would be rallying around.

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    Can't believe I'm seeing Beck's new album so often. Shit sucked imo. They again, so did a few albums I see on many of these lists. To each his own I guess.

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    Surprised in a good way to see Nadia Reid as number 2 on the MOJO list although at the same time wondering where Julia Jacklin is on the same lists.

    Quote Originally Posted by stochasticism View Post
    Did not think LCD Soundsystem's record would be the one critics would be rallying around.
    First LCD album to top the charts so probably gave some of these publications confidence to put them on top
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    Isn't Julia Jacklin's album a 2016 release?

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    fuck you're right
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooks View Post
    Q MAGAZINE’S TOP 50 LPS OF 2017
    50. Pumarosa – The Witch
    49. Depeche Mode – Spirit
    48. Kevin Morby – City Music
    47. Ghostpoet – Dark Days + Canapés
    46. Jay-Z – 4:44
    45. alt-J – Relaxer
    44. Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band – Adiós Señor Pussycat
    43. Squeeze – The Knowledge
    42. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    41. Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up
    40. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy
    39. Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life
    38. Phoenix – Ti Amo
    37. J Hus – Common Sense
    36. Elbow – Little Fictions
    35. Kasabian – For Crying Out Loud
    34. Susanne Sundfør – Music For People In Trouble
    33. Joan Shelley – Joan Shelley
    32. Nadia Reid – Preservation
    31. Brian Eno – Reflection
    30. Beck – Colors
    29. Everything Everything – A Fever Dream
    28. MUNA – About U
    27. SZA – CTRL
    26. Sparks – Hippopotamus
    25. Thundercat – Drunk
    24. Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
    23. The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
    22. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
    21. Cigarettes After Sex – Cigarettes After Sex
    20. Forest Swords – Compassion
    19. Dizzee Rascal – Raskit
    18. Four Tet – New Energy
    17. The xx – I See You
    16. Girl Ray – Earl Grey
    15. Liam Gallagher – As You Were
    14. Sampha – Process
    13. The Horrors – V
    12. Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
    11. Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer
    10. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    9. Queens of the Stone Age – Villains
    8. Baxter Dury – Prince of Tears
    7. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    6. St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION
    5. Gorillaz – Humanz
    4. Lorde – Melodrama
    3. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    2. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
    1. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
    this one is the best so far. I can't believe I forgot Kendrick. Smh.
    I miss talking to TomAz.

    We all do. I live in the same city as him (unless he relocated) and rumor has it that at 3:15am if you listen closely and its really really quiet you can hear him telling you to go fuck yourself.

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    NME’s Top 50 Albums of 2017
    50. Thundercat – Drunk
    49. Laura Marling – Semper Femina
    48. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – The Kid
    47. Kiran Leonard – Derevaun Seraun
    46. The xx – I See You
    45. The Moonlandingz – Interplanetary Class Classics
    44. The Big Moon – Love In The 4th Dimension
    43. Phoenix – Ti Amo
    42. Protomartyr – Relatives in Descent
    41. Fever Ray – Plunge
    40. (Sandy) Alex G – Rocket
    39. The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
    38. alt-J – Relaxer
    37. Jay-Z – 4:44
    36. Creeper – Eternity, In Your Arms
    35. Queens of the Stone Age – Villains
    34. Mura Masa – Mura Masa
    33. Kasabian – For Crying Out Loud
    32. Princess Nokia – 1992 Deluxe
    31. Taylor Swift – reputation
    30. Beck – Colors
    29. Arcade Fire – Everything Now
    28. Methyl Ethel – Everything Is Forgotten
    27. Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold
    26. Bleachers – Gone Now
    25. Kelly Lee Owens – Kelly Lee Owens
    24. Perfume Genius – No Shape
    23. Sampha – Process
    22. Kevin Morby – City Music
    21. Sheer Mag – Need to Feel Your Love
    20. Paramore – After Laughter
    19. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy
    18. Gorillaz – Humanz
    17. Alvvays – Antisocialites
    16. King Krule – The OOZ
    15. Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory
    14. Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer
    13. The National – Sleep Well Beast
    12. Loyle Carner – Yesterday’s Gone
    11. St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION
    10. Liam Gallagher – As You Were
    9. Wiley – Godfather
    8. Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life
    7. SZA – CTRL
    6. J Hus – Common Sense
    5. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
    4. Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
    3. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
    2. Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life
    1. Lorde – Melodrama

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    I just like end of the year lists to find out what I missed out on. I don't really care to compare
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    Same. I'm catching up on some good music.
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    That quote is terrible. I'd so love to see Rammstein.
    I miss talking to TomAz.

    We all do. I live in the same city as him (unless he relocated) and rumor has it that at 3:15am if you listen closely and its really really quiet you can hear him telling you to go fuck yourself.

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    I don't get the Lorde love. I did not like the new album.
    I miss talking to TomAz.

    We all do. I live in the same city as him (unless he relocated) and rumor has it that at 3:15am if you listen closely and its really really quiet you can hear him telling you to go fuck yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    That quote is terrible. I'd so love to see Rammstein.
    I've had that quote for years. But my extreme dislike of Rammstein remains unchanged.
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    I'd rather see my own gruesome rape and subsequent beheading than see Rammstein.

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    Anybody else pleasantly surprised by Wolf Alice? I checked them out after seeing their name on all these lists and really digging them.

    I don’t know why I thought they were a shitty KROQ band without ever hearing their music. Are they even on KROQ?

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