Re: O/T: Does anyone have any preliminary "Top Ten Of 2004" lists yet?
- Elbow's Cast of Thousands is great.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "alilley" <alilley@y...> wrote:
> * Devendra Banhart - Rejoicing in the Hands (that or Nino Rojo,
> I haven't bought yet)
> * Sufjan Stevens - Seven Swans
> * Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days
> * Ryan Adams - Love Is Hell
> * Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News
> * Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
> * Elbow - Cast of Thousands
> * Talvin Singh & Sangat - Songs For The Inner World : Live At La
> Basilique, Saint Denis
> * Sivert Hoyem, & The Opposition - Ladies & Gentlemen Of The
> * Bjork - Medulla
> yet to be released:
> * Joseph Arthur - Our Shadows Will Remain
> * Elliott Smith - From a Basement on the Hill
> I think this is the first year i have so many Americans on my
> Devendra will be touring in Australia in November, btw. They are
> in the process of booking, but keep your eyes peeled on this page:
- Talking top ten's....oh it's good to be alive.The top 3 shuffle day to day1. Youth Group-Skeleton Jar2. Snow Patrol-Final Straw3. The Music-Welcome to the North4. Interpol-Antics5. The Devoted Few-Billboard Noises6. Dallas Crane-Dallas Crane7. Deloris-Fake Our Deaths8. Speedstar-Forget The Sun, Just Hold On9. Wilco- a Ghost Is Born10.Art of Fighting-Second Storey11.Powderfinger live/Darran Hanlon/Grinspoonnb Deloris is slowly working it's way up the list and attention should be paid to the fact that Youth Group hav been fighting off the challengers all year.
fakeplasticspivey <fakeplasticspivey@...> wrote:
Nothing final, obviously. But if you were to choose what you feel is
the top ten albums of 2004, what would they be? This can include
reissues, singles, EPs or new full lengths. Please keep it to only
ten. I'm interested to see how it differs from country to country.
In no particular order, mine would be as follows:
The Bees - Free The Bees
Augie March - Strange Bird (US release)
Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days
The Magnetic Fields - i
Of Montreal - Satanic Panic In The Attic
Sondre Lerche - Two Way Monologue
TV On The Radio - Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
Gomez - Split The Difference
AC Newman - The Slow Wonder
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…emerging from my lurkage due to the excitement generated by the news that Cam Bruce and Moon Rivers have both signed 3-year deals with the Dees…
Hope of the States – The Lost Riots
Kanye West – The College Dropout
Polly Paulusma – Scissors in My Pocket
The Sand Pebbles – Ghost Transmissions
Centipede – Save Your Cool Soul
Shannon Wright – Over the Sun
Horse Stories – One Hundred Waves
Tamas Wells – A Mark on the Pane
The Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine
The Dissociatives – The Dissociatives
Eskimo Joe – A Song is a City
Burning Brides – Leave No Ashes
Blonde Redhead – Misery is a Butterfly
Kasey Chambers – Wayward Angel
Interpol – Antics
The Libertines – The Libertines
The Vines – Winning Days
Art of Fighting – Second Storey
Betchadupa – Aiming For Your Head
The Devoted Few – Billboard Noises
Bob Dylan –The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Concert at Philharmonic Hall
Björk – Medúlla
Wilco – a ghost is born
modest mouse – Good News For People Who Love Bad News
Patti Smith – Trampin’
Jim White – Drill a Hole...
Mark Lanegan Band – Bubblegum
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Abattoir Blues/Lyre of Orpheus
Morrissey – You Are the Quarry
Loretta Lynn – Van Lear Rose
Björk is prolly my overall fave for the year, followed by HOTS and Wilco, not including the Dylan re-release.
Plus I’ve heard the debut Dappled Cities Fly, the new 78 Saab, the new Jimmy Eat World, the last Elliott Smith and the new …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, and they’re all excellent. Haven’t had a chance to really delve into the new Ed Harcourt yet, and did I see someone mentioning a newie by Joseph Arthur? God I wish he’d tour.
I’m hanging out for this new English band called the Departure – another nü-rock Gang of Four type thing, but I love the single. Yet to hear the Faint or the Fiery Furnaces, and I’m looking forward to both. And the Mansun boxset release of their fourth album should be out soon. The Travis Morrison solo album should be out soon too. I can’t believe it, but I’m actually really looking forward to the new U2. I was with the most recent one, and I thought it shit apart from “Elevation”. Hope the newie’s better. Six by Seven’s “04” is out in the UK now I think, and I doubt it’ll get an oz release, so I’ll probably import it.
When’s that wilco book thing out? That should be good too. I think the year started poorly, but has really picked up in the last few months. Or perhaps that’s just bcoz I’ve managed to get my grubby wee hands all over a bunch of Ryan Adams bootlegs.
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