Experimental Music Love

January 18, 2010

Top 10 Albums of 2009

I know I’m very late to the show with this one, but does it really matter? Well, it might do if you’re reading this. Most people aren’t though, so by the law of averages, you probably don’t care. About anything. It was probably the least exciting musical year in conscious memory for me. When Lady Ga Ga was our biggest star and Susan Boyle was our biggest selling album. If only they had done a duet, things may have been salvaged. Alas, we have to make do with this lot. Actually, these 10 are quite good. Enjoy. (more…)

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October 29, 2009

Top 100 Albums of the Decade: 10 – 1

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100 – 51
50 – 26
25 – 11

SPOTIFY

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October 28, 2009

Top 100 Albums of the Decade: 25 – 11

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100 – 51
50 – 26
10 – 1

SPOTIFY

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Top 100 Albums of the Decade: 50 – 26

eml

100 – 51
25 – 11
10 – 1

SPOTIFY!!!

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October 27, 2009

Top 100 Albums of the Decade: 100 – 51

eml

50 – 26
25 – 11
10 – 1

So we’ve done singles, and we’re all perfectly happy and in agreement that ‘Hey Ya’ is the best song released this decade? Aren’t we now? Aren’t we? Good. Now for the even more exciting count down! In my head anyway. For in a decade where downloads and torrents and online radio stations such as Last FM, Pandora and Spotify devalued the art of collecting a few songs together, and making them mean something as a whole, we’ve had more than our share of classic records. Honest.

And never have we had such a varied, diverse bunch to pick from, due mainly to the internet and its ability to make music from all over the world as easy to access as clicking on a few buttons and ignoring porn for 15 minutes. Magic! Though this particular list has a wee bit of a focus on North American alt-rock, but that’s just me. And it is my list. So make your own if you don’t agree. Or do something worthwhile. Like start a family or storm a KFC.


SPOTIFY INNIT?!?!?

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October 25, 2009

Top 150 Songs of the Decade: 10 – 1

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And so we conclude. With ten songs in impeccable brilliance. No, really. This was worth it, wasn’t it? Yes? Good. Albums next.

HEAR THEM ALL ON SPOTIFY!!!

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October 24, 2009

Top 150 Songs of the Decade: 25 – 11

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The tease before the top ten. These are all pretty ace though. And sadly keep N-Dubz and Chipmunk from the top 150. Tears.

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October 23, 2009

Top 150 Songs of the Decade: 50 – 26

Okay, maybe I am mentally ill.

Okay, maybe I am mentally ill.

We’re getting so close to the top now. Who’s excited? Come on, someone must be? Rebecca Ritters? Okay then, go back to your pudding. I’ll carry on though.

AND HERE IS THE SPOTIFY PLAYLIST!!!

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October 22, 2009

Top 150 Songs of the Decade: 75 – 51

I'm still not mentally ill. I just like the way this looks now.

I'm still not mentally ill. I just like the way this looks now.

Like Bill O’Reilly’s heart, this list just keeps on going, regardless of how many people want it to stop. It won’t. Never. Or until I get to the number one. Whatever comes first. Probably the latter. It makes a lot more sense.

SPOTIFY PLAYLIST OF TOP 150 SO FAR.

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October 21, 2009

Top 150 Songs of the Decade: 100 – 76

I am still not mentally ill. Photoshop isn't working.

I am still not mentally ill. Photoshop isn't working.

And so we carry on counting down the very best song efforts this decade (and indeed millennium) has thrown up so far. Not literally thrown up. That would be horrible. You’d have Brandon Flowers covered in day old carrot and soup. Do we want that? Some of us certainly, but not the moral majority. Oh, they do too. Okay then, vomit away.

ON WE GO! And remember the SPOTIFY PLAYLIST. (more…)

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