Two sips from the cup of human kindness and I'm shitfaced.
wow, impressive. i don't know if i've even listened to 50 full albums this year. it's been the year of the single for me. fyi, though, the we are scientists album is scheduled for release in january 2006, so there may be room for coldplay on that list after all!
I dunno, dude. I could never do a best of 05. I'm still flying high on 1989's Big Problem Does Not Equal the Solution. The Solution = Let It Be.
I would have to admit that I am not sure if I added as many as 10 albums to my current play listit was interesting to see all of the album covers and all of the band names I have never heard of beforewas shocked the new Madonna did not make your list...I say keep it to top ten...maybe 20what was the best movie of '05?
Can't believe no Mike Jones or Chamillionaire???? Just playing!!!! Should have moved common up.
I especially respected your Top 10. Doves? Bloc Party? Right on.
Wooo! Doves! I had no idea you were so into them.As usual, you have listened to more than 50 new albums this year - roughly one per week - which is about 45 more than I have. (Actually, more than 51, because I KNOW how much you secretly love the Coldplay disc.) How do you do it? What's your secret?
1. Long commutes.2. Hatred of sleep.3. Longstanding love of rock.4. Not having a life.
get off wonkette's blog. you're unfunny-ing it.
coldplay is like an andrew lloyd weber production of bad teenage poetry.where's the deerhoof?
I lack the genetic code required to like deerhoof. Their music sounds like dead or retarded things yammering to me. But I understand that lots of people like to jizz in their direction, so I try to stay out of it.
someone who lives in a great glass house of semi-obscure masturbatory musical pride can't actually be tossing jizz stones, can they?
Apparently, yes. They can.
such is our cursed way. love, love, love the hold steady long player.
death cab and new pornographers placed inexplicably high.
I love how, without fail, every year your list manages to duck my favorite album of that particular year (though, granted, our listening habits have never crossed over 100%).I will say that if you went through the year without hearing Brian Eno's ANOTHER DAY ON EARTH, then you missed out.I was sorry not to see Gary Numan release anything this year, but am delighted that Spoon filled the gap with "Was It You?" the greatest Tubeway Army cut that Numan never wrote.
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