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Old 11-06-2004, 05:10 PM   #31
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1. Elliott Smith--From A Basement On the Hill
2. The Fiery Furnaces--Blueberry Boat
3. Tears For Fears--Everybody Loves A Happy Ending
4. The Killers--Hot Fuss
5. Mark Knopfler--Shangri-La
6. Patti Smith--Trampin'
7. Tom Waits--Real Gone
8. Brian Wilson--Smile
9. Loretta Lynn--Van Lear Rose
10. PJ Harvey--Uh Huh Her

Honorable mentions to Wilco's A Ghost Is Born and Radiohead's Absolution (I mean, uh, Muse's).

Dishonorable mentions to R.E.M.'s Around the Sun and Green Day's American Idiot. I tried, I really did.

Not crazy about How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb yet either, but I probably just owe it a few more listens.
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Franz Ferdinand- Franz Ferdinand
Zutons- Who Killed the Zutons?
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Old 11-06-2004, 08:22 PM   #33
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Old 11-07-2004, 02:39 AM   #34
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I havent bought who killed the zutons yet but I really like the 3 singles ive heard! Im so glad they are supporting Muse in December!!!

Anyway I'll do a top 3 cos there have been a lot of good albums this year:

1. HTDAAB - U2
2. Hopes and Fears - Keane
3. Around The Sun - REM
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HTDAAB is no.1 baby
Hot Fuss by the KIllers is an unlucky no.2
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HTDAAB and Good news for people who love bad by Modest Mouse.
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Dishonorable mentions to R.E.M.'s Around the Sun and Green Day's American Idiot. I tried, I really did.

Not crazy about How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb yet either, but I probably just owe it a few more listens. [/B]
Ditto.
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Re: What's your best album of 2004?

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Always interesting to know the CDs that everyone else enjoyed this year!
For me, it's Regina Spektor's 'Soviet Kitsch'
I was supposed to go see her in London in July, but my bag got stolen about two hours before the gig, so I wasn't in the mood to go anymore.
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the last (literally ) album of cypress hill : till death do us part
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Actually, I take back Green Day since I really only know three songs. I do like those three songs though but I don't know if it's the best. Franz Ferndinand. I like but I got bored with it very quickly. So Killers Hot Fuss is the only one I can say FOR SURE.

I have checked out Welcome to the North- The Music. I really like it but again, I have to give it some time.

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Yay, The Zutons! They are defintely on the "albums I need to get" list.

I forgot to put Musicology by Prince on my list. I also listened to A Ghost is Born for the first time in a long time yesterday, and realized I really like it after all. Brian Wilson's Smile is also brilliant.

And I did finally break down and listen to HTDAAB. I'm trying to only listen to the download once and have it seem kind of fresh again when I actually buy it, so I haven't totally absorbed it yet, but I'm sure it will be in my Top 10, if not #1. I know "Vertigo" is single of the year for me, without a doubt.
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The Sound of White by Missy Higgins
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For the first year in my life, I just can't decide for sure. It's a toss-up between The Fiery Furnaces' Blueberry Boat and The Streets' A Grand Don't Come For Free .

Honorable mentions in no particular order:

U2's How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb
Franz Ferdinand's self-titled debut
Dizzee Rascal's Boy In Da Corner
The Arcade Fire's Funeral
Secret Machines' Now Here Is Nowhere
Loretta Lynn's Van Lear Rose
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GRRRRRRRRR at people picking more than 1! No fair!

I would have put more.

Oh, hell, I still can't narrow it down. This has been a good year, in my opinion.
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GRRRRRRRRR at people picking more than 1! No fair!

I agree!
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