Wednesday, 9 December 2009

UNCUT'S TOP 50 ALBUMS OF 2009

I just bought the latest Uncut magazine and I thought I'd share their Top 50 Albums Of 2009 with you:

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50. Kurt Vile – Childish Prodigy
49. Jay-Z – The Blueprint 3
48. Raphael Saadiq – The Way I See It
47. Alasdair Roberts – Spoils
46. Broadcast & The Focus Group - …Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age
45. Richmond Fontaine – We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River
44. Reigning Sound – Love And Curses
43. Bruce Springsteen – Working On A Dream
42. Richard Hawley – Truelove’s Gutter
41. Van Morrison – Astral Weeks Live At The Hollywood Bowl
40. The Felice Brothers – Yonder Is The Clock
39. Cornershop – Judy Sucks On A Lemon For Breakfast
38. Arctic Monkeys – Humbug
37. Dinosaur Jr – Farm
36. Fuck Buttons – Tarot Sport
35. Tinariwen – Imidiwan: Companions
34. Trembling Bells – Carberth
33. Duke And The King – Nothing Gold Can Stay
32. Iggy Pop – Preliminaries
31. The Dead Weather – Horehound
30. Jim O’ Rourke – The Visitor
29. PJ Harvey & John Parish – A Woman A Man Walked By
28. Madness – The Liberty Of Norton Folgate
27. Yo La Tengo – Popular Songs
26. The Unthanks – Here’s The Tender Coming
25. Sunn 0))) – Monoliths And Dimensions
24. Micachu And The Shapes – Jewellery
23. Manic Street Preachers – Journal For Plague Lovers
22. Alela Diane – To Be Still
21. Low Anthem – Oh My God, Charlie Darwin
20. The Horrors – Primary Colours
19. Sonic Youth – The Eternal
18. Graham Coxon – The Spinning Top
17. Doves – Kingdom Of Rust
16. Florence And The Machine – Lungs
15. Bassekou Kouyate And Ngoni Ba – I Speak Fula
14. The Flaming Lips – Embryonic
13. White Denim – Fits
12. Fever Ray – Fever Ray
11. Bill Callaham – Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle
10. Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
9. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – It’s Blitz!
8. Grizzly Bear – Veckatimest
7. Wilco – Wilco (The Album)
6. The XX – xx
5. Wild Beasts – Two Dancers
4. Bob Dylan – Together Through Life
3. Dirty Projectors – Bitte Orca
2. Super Furry Animals – Dark Days/Light Years
1. Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavilion


Now, I could quite easily go through the list praising certain choices and dismissing other, but it's a list and I haven't listened to everything on it so it'd be pointless. They included Jay-Z's 'The Blueprint 3,'  but missed Raekwon and many other far greater hip-hop albums released this year. I could go on, but it's their list and the magazine has introduced me to some great music over the years (The Felice Brothers!!) and they have some excellent albums in there...Felice Brothers, Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear, Dylan, White Denim, Low Anthem etc. But as with any list that includes so many things I know and love, I will definitely try my best to listen to the ones I haven't yet heard!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

piracy affects porn but it's still winner during the crunch

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

markida said...

Thanks! Glad you're enjoying it! It's definitely taking some time for me to get used to blogging. I'm trying to find a balance between keeping up with new releases and blogging about good music in general. There are loads of blogs which are up to date, but if people find a couple of new bands they like then I'm happy.

Any suggestions are always welcome!

Anonymous said...

How do you think credit crunch affected porn?

markida said...

Who knows! I'm sure it was affected like everything else!

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