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1. Third - Portishead
2. Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
3. Dear Science - TV On The Radio
4. For Emma, Forever Ago - Bon Iver
5. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
6. The Seldom Seen Kid - Elbow
7. Stainless Style – Neon Neon
8. Dig!!! Lazarus, Dig!!! Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
9. Only By The Night - Kings Of Leon
10 22 Dreams - Paul Weller
11. Brighter Than Creation's Dark - Drive-by Truckers
12. Stay Positive - The Hold Steady
13. Litany of Echoes - James Blackshaw
14. Harps and Angels - Randy Newman
15. Made In The Dark - Hot Chip
16. Limbo, Panto - Wild Beasts
17. Seventh Tree - Goldfrapp
18. Real Emotional Trash - Stephen Malkmus
19. Rook - Shearwater
20. Evil Urges - My Morning Jacket
An odd number one, because a few weeks ago they gave the award for the 'most rewarding album of the past 12 months' to Fleet Foxes, I suppose they will have to give the prize back to Portishead:) http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/fleet_foxes/news/12440
Great list, best so far. I usually don't appreciate Uncut's list as a whole. But this was very good.
Guess I'll have to except the fact that VAMPIRE WEEKEND are gunna end well on the year end lists. It pisses me off.
What about the rest of the top 50 (I'll have to wait a few weeks till the new issue arrives over here)?
man, when did uncut become so trendy? 5 years ago their top 5 was
1. Warren Zevon – The Wind
2. Emmylou Harris – Stumble Into Grace
3. John Cale – Hobo Sapiens
4. Willard Grant Conspiracy – Regard The End
5. Robert Wyatt – Cuckooland
and they were one of the few music publications i'd pay any attention to. now they're just like all the rest...
Definitely the best list I've seen so far. Almost all my favorites that aren't country or folk are there.
50 Mercury Rev - Snowflake Midnight
49 Brian Wilson - That Lucky Old Sun
48 Byrne/Eno - Everything That Happens..
47 Sic Alps - USEZ
46 Pete Greenwood - Sirens
45 The Fall - Imperial Wax Solvent
44 REM - Accelerate
43 Joan as Police Woman - To Survive
42 Metallica - Death Magnetic
41 James Yorkston - When The Haar Rolls In
40 That Was The Week - s/t
39 Beck - Modern Guilt
38 Endless Boogie - Focus Level
37 Lambchop - OH(Ohio)
36 Earth - The Bees Made Honey In The Lions Skull
35 Toumani Diabate - The Mande Variations
34 Fuck Buttons - Street Horrrsing
33 Sigur Ros - Bollocks to typing this out on BlackBerry
32 Flight of The Conchords - s/t
31 White Denim - Workout Holiday
30 Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple
29 Robert Foster - The Evangelist
28 The Felice Brothers - s/t
27 MGMT - Orcular Spectacular
26 Lucinda Williams - s/t
25 Jenny Lewis - Acid Tongue
24 Glasvegas - s/t
23 Black Mountain - In The Future
22 The Raconteurs - Consolers of The Lonely
21 Howlin Rain - Magnificent Fiend
Thanks Mitchell. I have updated the spreadsheet as well.
i know uncut became trendy. but i can't agree with mojo more. they picked portishead's album. i loved the album so much but it seems like nobody really picking it as best.
Why so many views for this thread?
I don't know Greg... I really like that list, trendy or not.
there are 10 bubblers on this list too
Black Taj - Beyonder
Coldplay - Viva La Vida
Deerhunter - Microcastle
Alejandro Esovedo - Real Animal
Evangelicals - The Evening Descends
Late Of The Pier - Fantasy Black Channel
Mudcrutch - s/t
Silver Jews - Lookout Mountain Lookout Sea
Times New Viking - Rip It Off
The War On The Drugs - Wagonwhell Blues
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