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The year is pretty much over for records . So what are your favorite 10 records this year?

Just to start it off...

1. Manitoba : Up in Flames
2. Radiohead : Hail to the thief
3. Broken Social Scene : You Forgot it in People
4. Four Tet : Rounds
5. Prefuse 73 : One Word Extinguisher
6. Antelope : Antelope EP
7. Black Eyes : Black Eyes
8. Cat Power : You are Free
9. Jóhann Jóhannsson : Englabörn
10. Single Frame : Wetheads Come Running
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The year is pretty much over for records . So what are your favorite 10 records this year?
Viktor Vaughn - Vaudeville Villain
Louie Vega - Elements of Life
Quantic Soul Orchestra - Stampede

I mostly think in terms of singles or songs, so beyond that, I dunno what I'd pick. Maybe I'd add Danger Mouse & Jemini's Ghetto Pop Life, but that's still marinatin'.

Song of the year for me hands down was "East Remixed (2003 re-edit)" on Moton Records. Remix/edit (by DJ Harvey I think) of a '70s song by Billy Paul. It's superbad. thumbsup

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My top albums, no particular order:

-White Stripes, Elephant
-Beck, Sea Change
-Cat Power, You Are Free
-Hot, Hot Heat, Make Up the Breakdown
-OutKast, Speakerboxxxxxxxx/Love Below
-The Streets, Original Pirate Material
-New Pornographers, Electric Version

A couple of these were 2002 (Hot, Hot Heat and The Streets) but since I am unscrupulous, and didn't hear them until 2003, and since the albums are really damn good, they make the list. A good year for music, though you wouldn't know listening to the radio. David
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Did Lou Bega release a CD last year?
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In no particular order

Broken Social Scene -- You Forgot It In People (good call Troubado!)
Stars -- Heart
Thrice -- The Artist in the Ambulance
Mogwai -- Happy Songs For Happy People
Cursive -- The Ugly Organ

Those are the stand outs in my book.

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Sevendust-Seasons
Outkast-Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Thrice- The Artist in the Ambulence
Cold-Year of the Spider
Diffuser-Making the Grade
Finger Eleven- Finger Eleven
Audioslave-Audioslave
From Zero- My So Called Life

Not a great musical year...but to be fair, my taste has been more rock centered lately.
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I think the only one I heard from your lists is Audioslave!
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1) Singles / radio tracks - from Janes Addiction

2) Anything by Beyonce Knowles - cause its great to see her performing on TV shows. She is fabulous looking and gives off high energy.
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IS beyonce french, english?
Yes, she´s got a nice voice, beautiful..
But the songs....
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No order

Shins-chutes too narrow

Pernice Brothers-Yours,mine and ours

My Morning jacket-the new one?

Broken Social Scene-You forgot it in people

Death Cab for Cutie-Tranatlantacism

The Wrens-Meadowlands

Radihead-hail to the thief
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Andre 3000: The Love Below
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ttauri wrote:
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Song of the year for me hands down was "East Remixed (2003 re-edit)" on Moton Records. Remix/edit (by DJ Harvey I think) of a '70s song by Billy Paul. It's superbad.
One of the funniest days I've ever had in a studio was engineering for Harvey. His humour is to such a degree that he can criticise anything brutally without upsetting "studio karma".

Is that Louie Vega production the one with Josh Milan on vocals? Man, without Blaze I think I'd go crazy, LIVING LEGENDS!
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Is that Louie Vega production the one with Josh Milan on vocals? Man, without Blaze I think I'd go crazy, LIVING LEGENDS!
It's an LP (I think it's only come out in Japan--which is a shame, as it's a brilliant listening experience end-to-end, real solid "album" feel), with vocals handled by Raul Midon and a female singer named Anane. Plus all the familiar Little Louie musical crew are there, like Luisito Quintero, Albert Menendez, etc.

And I second the Blaze sentiments!

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