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Noteworthy EPs

Skrillex – Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites

[Myspace] // [Review]

From First to Last to simply first, Sonny Moore’s debut as an electro fiend with a penchant for wicked bass drops and unintelligible Auto-Tune somehow worked, in its own messy way. Skrillex will never win any critical awards, but as the rawest form of party starter, few could match up to the relentless stream of house, electro and dubstep that Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites spits out. Pills not included. – Rudy K.

Girls – Broken Dreams Club

[Myspace] // [Review]

Girls’ follow-up EP still wrestles with all the youthful pensiveness that made Album such a revelation but this time Christopher Owens’ melodrama ditches its scrappy lo-fi distinction for a timeless, polished gleam that’s much more welcoming. With partner Chet “JR” White’s production coming into full swing, this is the sound of a confessional with guitars evolving into an actual band. – Kiran S.

The Jezabels – Dark Storm

[Myspace] // [Review]

The Jezabels are the rarest kind of alternative rock band. They’re musicians who don’t let accessibility get in the way of artistic ambition, who boast a rhythm section operating as much more than just second-fiddle to the vocals and, well, a front-lady who only gushing hyperbole works to aptly describe. Dark Storm is big, glittering and well worth your attention. – Kiran S.

Kayo Dot – Stained Glass

[Myspace] // [Review]

Every Toby Driver release, if not necessarily palatable, is certainly fascinating, nuanced, and essential. As unconventional as it is, Stained Glass is the first Driver release since Choirs of the Eye that feels like it was composed with a certain catchiness in mind. From the languid ostinati to the noisy synthesizer soloing, this piece is full of strange but rapturous ideas that fit together like abstract puzzle pieces. Nick G.

Active Child – Sunrooms

[Myspace] // [Review]

If you were to listen to any instrumental stem from Active Child’s EP Sunrooms in isolation, you’d be struck by how remote, alien and bleak the melodies and timbres sound. Even when the parts start to overlap Active Child’s harmonies remain sparse and cold. But once the indie choir boy – or to use my own term, hipster castrati – vocals preside over the mix, these songs transform into warm, soulful ballads that possess a melancholy that will linger well after the gratuitous reverb and echo fades. – Nick G.

Fun. – Live at Fingerprints

[Myspace] // [Review]

New York-based indie-pop trio fun. make the listener feel as if they are genuinely at the venue on their 5 song EP Live At Fingerprints. Released as part of the celebrations for Record Store Day, fun.’s performance is so natural, sincere and real that one can’t help but enjoy the intimate experience. Creating magic with just their voices, a couple of acoustic guitars, a piano and the barest of percussion, they. even provide an hilarious anecdote or two. It’s almost enough to make you forget that ‘Be Calm’ and ‘Barlights’ are excluded from these delightful 29 minutes. – Davey Boy

Funeral For a Friend – The Young and Defenseless

[Myspace] // [Review]

Funeral For A Friend’s u-turn to the heavier sound displayed in their formative years is one step away from being complete. If the 4 track Young and Defenceless EP is any guide, then it is a process that will leave every fan they’ve picked up along the way in raptures. While all songs are musically hard-hitting and contain drummer Ryan Richards’ near forgotten screams, each of them is accessible, immediate & catchy. See lead single & EP opener ‘Serpents In Solitude’ as the perfect example. – Davey Boy

Major Lazer – Lazers Never Die

[Myspace] // [Review]

Diplo and Switch’s foray into dancehall becomes a more worldly affair with the Lazers Never Die EP. The better of the two new tracks, ‘Sound of Siren,’ puts M.I.A. over a dancehall beat and manages to surpass any song on Maya; she finally sounds at home again with Diplo turning in a real track for her, perhaps because it is more for his benefit. Remixes comprise most of the EP, including a dependably strange remix of dance anthem ‘Jump Up’ by Thom Yorke and a dependably banging remix of ‘Bruk Out’ by Portuguese kuduro powerhouse Buraka Som Sistema. - Tyler F.

Trophy Scars – Darkness, Oh Hell

[Myspace] // [Review]

The ever-changing Trophy Scars gave us one of the greatest, most surprising albums of 2009 in Bad Luck, full of ridiculously unique songwriting and home to one of the most well-executed concepts in recent memory. Darkness, Oh Hell amps up the elements that made that album great: more piano, more strings, more off-time drumming, and more of Jerry Jones’s fantastic vocals. For such a tidy little thirty-minute listen, the EP feels surprisingly complete, culminating in the swelling heartbreak of ‘Time in Heaven, Forever in Hell.’ - Channing F.

Cruel Black Dove – The Myth and the Sum

[Myspace] // [Review]

Cruel Black Dove are a relatively new band, but they’ve already been turning heads with their blend of electronics-driven alt. rock and gothic overtones. If their 2008 release, Full Powers, was the sound of a band tentatively stepping into their own niche, then The Myth and the Sum is the sound of them solidifying that formula. The atmospheres are moodier, the electronics are chill and effective, and the vocals of Anastasia Dimou expertly guide the entire affair. – Trey S.

Frank Turner – Rock & Roll

[Myspace] // [Review]

The release of Frank Turner’s Rock & Roll EP in December caught us a little unawares – though, given his solid album-a-year track record, it probably shouldn’t have done. Essentially, Rock & Roll is an appendix to 2009’s full-length Poetry of the Deed, carrying on the full-band folk rock sound developed on that record. Lead single ‘I Still Believe’ is a slightly cheesy toast to the power of rock & roll to invigorate the spirit (hence the title), but as a rhetorical device it’s hard to find fault with the instantly memorable “hear ye” refrain. There’s a hint of the Decemberists to the epic ‘Pass It Along,’ though the highlight is driving rocker ‘To Absent Friends,’ a rather self-explanatory tribute to friends who’ve packed up for greener pastures. – Dave D.

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 Honorable Mentions

Black Milk – Album of the Year

[Myspace] // [Review]

Seems like a lot of fans of this album feel the need to apologise for the title – but why? Rap has always been at its best when it’s fueled by raw ambition, and Black Milk spends this album rapping like he needs to, like making the album of the year is his destiny. So what if he didn’t manage it? He remains one of the best beatmakers in the world right now, at least. – Nick B.

Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record

[Myspace] // [Review]

What exactly are Broken Social Scene apologizing for with their new record? As the patriarchs of a mammoth scene, Broken Social Scene don’t really have anything more to prove. It’s fitting, then, that Forgiveness Rock Record turns inward, focusing on beefing up the production and creating intricate compositions to get lost in. While it might be a tad grandiose (not to mention way too long), it’s exactly what one should expect from a band so wonderfully outsized as this one. – Rudy K.

Sed Non Satiata - Sed Non Satiata

[Myspace] // [Review]

It might sound a little more adventurous for the group, but at its core Sed Non Satiata’s self-titled is yet another exemplary European emo release. The band dive a little deeper into ambiance and indulge a bit more in clean vocals, but they haven’t abandoned their love of crushing climaxes. Opener ‘Les Colonnes de Soie’ might be their best song yet, a poly-rhythmic rocker that foreshadows the ambitious, wonderful album within. A solid record from one of the most consistent bands of the genre. – Adam D.

Surfer Blood – Astro Coast

[Myspace] // [Review]

As “summer bands” tend to go, Surfer Blood are one of the few that actually sound relevant. Unlike contemporaries Best Coast and Wavves, Surfer Blood forgo the nostalgia temptingly offered by low production values and, as a result, transcend the surfer-tune gimmick and sound vitally honest. Astro Coast is a catchy, immediate album filled with so many hooks one has to worry about whether the band will have enough for the rest of their career. But for the time being, we have this record, an irresistible piece of guitar pop that breezes by without any tricks or misgivings. – Adam D.

Pantha du Prince – Black Noise

[Myspace] // [Review]

With Black Noise, Pantha du Prince continues to develop as an artist, building on the sound he established on 2007’s This Bliss. Much like its predecessor, it’s a rewarding listen; shrouded in a lush minimalism, the album sporadically comes to life, such as in the shimmering ‘Bohemian Forest’ or the melodious ‘Satellite Snyper.’ Consistently excellent and occasionally brilliant, Black Noise is one of the year’s most fulfilling electronic records. – Mike S.

More Than Life – Love Let Me Go

[Myspace] // [Review]

One of the most striking characteristics of More Than Life’s debut LP might be the fact that it’s devoid of a final catharsis. It’s as passionate as it is painful and channeled through striking, relentless fury but by its end, the utter devastation rings far louder than any notion of relief. Get acquainted with the soul-crushing young torchbearers of melodic hardcore. – Kiran S.

Maps and Atlases – Perch Patchwork

[Myspace] // [Review]

While math rock in 2010 was tame, two of the genre’s most esteemed acts, Tera Melos and Maps and Atlases, traded their quirky math rock styles for pop. Longtime fans see the transition as a cop out, but in the case of Maps and Atlases in particular, it wraps their quirky sense of melody in a package more digestible and, in the end, more enjoyable. Perch Patchwork sees the evolution of both Dave Davison as a singer and the group as songwriters. – Tyler F.

Adebisi Shank – This is the Second Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank

[Bandcamp] // [Review]

After the full-on assault of their first album, it was inevitable that the Second Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank should see the Irish instrumental rockers take the tempo down a notch. Clearly inspired by their travels in Japan over the past couple of years, Adebisi Shank have added greater depth and subtlety to their sound, a trait immediately apparent in ebullient opener ‘International Dreambeat’ and the carnival-like atmosphere of ‘Masa’ and ‘Genki Shank.’ The (almost) mindless noodling that made the First Album such a thrilling listen remains, but overall the Second Album is a more melodic and ultimately more balanced album. – Dave D.

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Klekticist
12.30.10
cool, had no idea new kayo dot EP was good.

Willie
12.30.10
It's that time again. This year we're starting with a list of albums that just barely missed inclusion as well as a few notable EPs (since EPs, live albums, and re-issues generally aren't accepted for the main list).

Knott-
12.30.10
WHERE IS WEAKERTHANS

DoubtGin
12.30.10
no user-based lists

that aside, Trophy Scars surprised me the most this year (I don't love anything they did besides it) and some of these would be in my top 50

IsItLuck?
12.30.10
Black Milk not getting Album of the Year is what I live for

Crysis
12.30.10
Anxious to see the rest of the list.

slaythesocialists
12.30.10
Hoping that The Republic of Wolves get a high spot, they totally blew me away with Varuna, and I gotta rep Long Island

StrizzMatik
12.30.10
List is missing Glassjaw... kinda

theacademy
12.30.10
That jezabels ep is so fucking good

Skimaskcheck
12.30.10
yes SNS

klap
12.30.10
these aren't necessarily the best EPs by the way, we didn't vote on EPs. rather each staff member just picked one they wanted to represent, more or less

Yotimi
12.30.10
Thought I'd heard it all this year but just checking out that Active Child album and it's really good.

SeaAnemone
12.30.10
How did Sed Non Satiata not crack the top 50? I distinctly remember seeing it pretty high on a bunch of staff lists... *sigh*

Oh well, cool idea with the EP thing, and I'm really looking forward to the rest of the list too.

Xenophanes
12.30.10
Cool list, glad to see some stuff I liked not get completely forgotten.

Knott-
12.30.10
Hey Rudy doesn't change the fact that you still all forgot the Weakerthans live album Rudy!

demon of surveillance
12.30.10
Did they not put Re-Traced because there was only one new song?

botb
12.30.10
list is very much missing the la dispute/touche amore split

DanteCuomo
12.30.10
Oh hey look, the staff have started another list and we still don't have the freaking user one yet.

DanteCuomo
12.30.10
:( I was expecting it and everything...

Electric City
12.30.10
irish zing

thebhoy
12.30.10
those are some good albums on the honorable mention.

AliW1993
12.30.10
Dissapointed at the lack of United Nations and the Touche Amore/La Dispute split.

I'll make sure I check out the honorable mentions though since Surfer Blood is the only one I've heard.

Spec
12.30.10
LD/TA should be on here.

FearThyEvil
12.30.10
I really liked the Funeral for a Friend ep.

Deviant.
12.30.10
Only on the honourable mentions and people are already complaining

Hep Kat
12.30.10
meh

deathofasalesman
12.30.10
This is good.

TheStefan
12.30.10
Darkness, Oh Hell is an awesome EP. I would probably put it on my top of 2010 list. Speaking of, i should probably get around to making mine

DaveyBoy
12.30.10
Gee, no long-term guesstimates as to which album will be #1 as yet. Playing it cautiously I see.

And since no-one has as yet given him the kudos he deserves, three cheers for Trey since he has done a mighty fine job with the artwork & layout of this (& the upcoming) feature.

greg84
12.30.10
Darkness Oh Hell is excellent, but no Smoke Bomb. Well. I expected that.

SeaAnemone
12.30.10
yeah nice job Willie... these end of the year features always look spectacular!

I'd love to see a 1/2 of Tallest Man / Kanye... as far as likely scenarios go

robertsona
12.30.10
cool stuff duders

djunior
12.30.10
no TA/LD split?

more than life ftw

Kris.
12.30.10
where the hell is united nations? best ep of 2010 and absolutely no mention?

SowingSeason
12.30.10
was hoping mae would get a mention under the ep's, but oh well

and like seaanemone said, willie nailed it again. nice job.

DaveyBoy
12.30.10
As Rudy said earlier, don't take the exclusion of certain EPs to heart. These aren't necessarily the very best & there was no vote taken.

Eko
12.30.10
WHERE IS (E)VENING????

SowingSeason
12.30.10
see daveyboy's comment. besides, even if there was a vote mae might not have made it...it was highly acclaimed, but by a rather small following...

IsItLuck?
12.30.10
"where the hell is united nations? best ep of 2010 and absolutely no mention?"

That's my gaff for not writing a sound-off for it. I agree 100%

Jom
12.30.10
God, these things look so fucking sexy.

Inveigh
12.31.10
I always love the artwork layout on these lists. Sad to see Black Milk and More Than LIfe only get honorable mentions, but I'm definitely interested to read the rest of this.

illmitch
12.31.10
i d0ont get why kayo dot is on the list but ke$ha isnt

robertsona
12.31.10
illmitch im usually with you 100% but i can't when there's ke$ha involved. i mean i love defending artists like that (lady gaga, et al) but man kesha....

morte
12.31.10
i don't get why people get so angry when their favourite band is not on a certain list!(that happens of every site)

"OH no (insert crappy indie band here) list is invalid".

mmfarva
12.31.10
A lot of good stuff.

Willie
12.31.10
--And since no-one has as yet given him the kudos he deserves, three cheers for Trey since he has done a mighty fine job with the artwork & layout of this (& the upcoming) feature. --

Thanks. I prefer doing the art and layout over writing on the albums. ;)

eternium
12.31.10
Throats should be on here.

SowingSeason
12.31.10
Just noticed the Top Albums of 2010 link on the front page. So sexy.

Kris.
12.31.10
yeah that banners sexy as FUCK

Slum
12.31.10
wow I have heard literally none of these

Yazz_Flute
12.31.10
Tight that More than Life and Sed Non Satiata only got honorable mentions...=[

ratedrsuperstar
12.31.10
where are the UN and LD/TA eps?

Yazz_Flute
12.31.10
oh and yeah United Nations had the best EP this year imo

Kris.
12.31.10
i think there should be a banner between site content and the links permanently it looks a lot better JUST SAYING GUYS
also goddammit flatley way to be lazy =(

TheStefan
12.31.10
when is the list gonna drop?

Kris.
12.31.10
thats too far away hey dave can i get a lil sneak peek cuz im your favorite user?

TheStefan
12.31.10
okay i was just wondering because if it were to drop tonight i would totally stay up for it. But monday is a tad long to stay up until, and I'm a sleepy Stefan.

bloc
12.31.10
Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites was so awful

sollopsist
12.31.10
Not a bad list

Aids
12.31.10
right on right on. Too bad you More Than Life only made the honourable mentions list, but still, I'm looking forward to the Top 50.

top 4 will be The National, Kanye, Sufjan, and Titus, but I'm not sure what order.

Aids
12.31.10
"Too bad you More Than Life only..."

ummm...

elephantREVOLUTION
12.31.10
man, sucks adebisi shank didn't make it in the top 50. that album is like top 3 for me.

Kris.
12.31.10
someones returdid

Aids
12.31.10
Every time there's a staff list, some random unknown user comes by to just lose his shit

"OH MY GOD (insert album) SHOULD BE WAY HIGHER YOU GUYS ARE HIPSTERS THIS LIST IS LIST"

Acre
12.31.10
Valiant attempt at trolling sir, but to no avail.

Also, allow me to join the chorus of TA/LD snub.

Acre
12.31.10
That was directed to sweep, btw.

Kris.
12.31.10
SPLITS ARENT REAL MUSIC YOU DUMMIES

Kris.
12.31.10
just like how midgets aren't real people

DeafMetal
12.31.10
Perch Patchwork is really a great album, nice to see it here.

Kiran
12.31.10
really nice work on the layout trey

patroneyes
12.31.10
i did not like perch patchwork very much :(

StreetlightRock
12.31.10
Everyone hug Trey!

Kiran
12.31.10
"these aren't necessarily the best EPs by the way, we didn't vote on EPs. rather each staff member just picked one they wanted to represent, more or less"

StreetlightRock
12.31.10
*Richard Dawkins

StreetlightRock
12.31.10
ah wrong thread

Electric City
12.31.10
bahahaha

deathofasalesman
12.31.10
People can't seem to grasp that concept.

Xenophanes
12.31.10
Haha

Puzzles
12.31.10
No Twelve Foot Ninja = SUCK MY ASSHOLE

deathofasalesman
12.31.10
People still don't get it.

Zizzer
12.31.10
Ugh, releasing them in installments again? I hate waiting lol

FenixZero
12.31.10
Best be some metal on the final list. This was a great year for metal in general.

xist
12.31.10
You've spelt "Defenceless" incorrectly....

xist
12.31.10
(in the actual title not the summary.....)

DoubtGin
12.31.10
oh, Adebisi Shank got added

RedSky
12.31.10
Holy fuck The Jezabels's EP is one of the best things I've heard this year, woops I mean last year.

StreetlightRock
12.31.10
Their other ones are even better.

StreetlightRock
12.31.10
Like, amazing.

RedSky
12.31.10
awesome, will dl and have a look

captaincrunch11
12.31.10
Skrillex Hell yea

FromDaHood
12.31.10
Skrillex fuck no. I wasn't a fan of Perch Patchwork either

Greggers
12.31.10
This is all well and good but when are we getting the users decade list?

SeaAnemone
12.31.10
It's slated to be up shortly after this feature goes down, I believe.

pizzamachine
12.31.10
Now that's news.

SeaAnemone
12.31.10
Keep in mind though that it requires a lot of formatting before it's published, and I don't know how official that is, so please don't take my word for it, but yeah...


NOW BACK ON TOPIC

Gmork89
12.31.10
I see where this is going.

Kris.
12.31.10
so we'll see it in like may COOL THANKS ERIC

Hep Kat
12.31.10
list is still missing the best ep of the year sadly

killrobotmusic
12.31.10
Cool stuff, I would have liked to see Sufjan's EP on here, even though it may as well be a full-length.

AjayStewart
12.31.10
Sed Non Satiata! YES

wyankeif1337
12.31.10
sexy banner

LIST NEEDZ TDWP NAO

DFelon204409
12.31.10
"WOW, if More Than Life only got an honorable mention, then the upcoming list better be ALL FUCKING CLASSIC ALBUMS...I mean just come the fuck on, More Than Life releases best hardcore record of the year...only to get an honorable mention prior to a list that will most likely pedestal 50 other works of indie/hipster shit."

This is what is happening so get excited.

TheAlmightyBungler
12.31.10
All Delighted People???

foreverendeared
12.31.10
Skrillex was a surprisingly fun listen

AztecChieftain
12.31.10
YEEZY TAUGHT ME will be #1

Kris.
12.31.10
it'll probably AGE OF ADZ which is gay cuz that album really isn't very good

HallucinogeNick
12.31.10
Pretty Lights' EP Glowing In The Darkest Night was definitely a deserving honorable mention

InASilentWay
12.31.10
Wowzers I think I made a mess in my trousers when I saw that banner

Winsomniac
12.31.10
TA/LD split didn't make it?


Better see it on the official list! D:

myhigherpie
12.31.10
Love Let me Go, Perch Patchwork, Sed Non Satiata, and Surfer Blood were fantastic.

Gonna be a great list.

I'm sure Age of Adz is gonna be really high up though, and I couldn't get into that as much as the staff did.

starry
01.01.11
I like Skrillex and Trophy Scars.

And SURELY Surfer Blood has to be more than just an honourable mention, it would definitely be in my favourites of the year.

BroFro
01.01.11
Why is Pretty Lights so underrated on this sight? Three EP's better than any on this list and easily the best electronica of the year! This is outrageous!

StreetlightRock
01.01.11
outrageous!

skippingboy123
01.01.11
Astro Coast isn't an EP, I'm sure that's it an LP

StreetlightRock
01.01.11
That's why we put it down under Honorable Mentions and not Noteworthy EPs.

robertsona
01.01.11
but he's sure

Knott-
01.01.11
Yeah when I was talking about Weakerthans it wasn't that I was like OMG BAND IS SO GOOD WHY ARE THEY NOT HERE it was more like you know this band why forget :(

JJwins
01.01.11
when are yall unveiling the rest of them?

Willie
01.01.11
Monday

Drsmith4
01.01.11
Titus better be number one or else I'll kill a bitch

Deviant.
01.01.11
Monday my time Willie? ;)

ZippaThaRippa
01.01.11
Where's the rest of it?

sniper
01.01.11
I'm hoping this means The Saddest Landscape cracked top 50.

Pumped to see the rest.

Captain North
01.01.11
fuck yes, The Jezabels.

Willie
01.01.11
--Monday my time Willie? ;)--

Hell no. Monday my time. When my punk ass wakes up.

danielito19
01.01.11
TA/LD split shoulda been on here. whatever. as long as DEP, Journal, and Enslaved are on the best album list.

Electric City
01.01.11
im grumpy surfer blood didn't make the cut :(

Slum
01.01.11
really serious list

conradtao
01.01.11
Yeah, Astro Coast was really fantastic. Looking forward to seeing what made the list..

Omaha
01.01.11
DEP betta be high on this list, man.
FOALS as well, surprised nobody's mentioned them yet.
Amia Venera Landscape should make it, but there's certainly a chance they won't. I'd be impressed as hell if The Contortionist made the cut, but there's a smaaall chance they'll make it high, heh. As much as I do love that album.

DeadbeatDankity
01.01.11
Needs TA/LD

SeaAnemone
01.01.11
users should consider stopping complaining about the absence of TA/LD considering A) this wasn't compiled using a consensus voting or whatever and B) it's good, but not really THAT good at all. there were plenty of better EP's this year. For example: these ones. Also: ones that didn't make the list.

HereComesTheStorm33
01.01.11
No metal?

Sucks

FadeToBlack
01.01.11
umm its pretty obvious there isnt going to be any 'real' metal on this

so deal with it

Willie
01.01.11
Well, there could have been metal on the EP part of the list since we didn't have to agree. I just can't think of any good 2010 EPs and Tyler & Mike didn't add any EPs.

pmmets07
01.01.11
king of the beach > astro coast

idc what anyone says

HallucinogeNick
01.02.11
Foals should rank pretty high

Shrapnel94
01.02.11
Maybe if you guys complain enough, they will alter the list and their personal opinions to make sure it includes everything you want it to have in whatever place you want it.

Aids
01.02.11
[quote]Maybe if you guys complain enough, they will alter the list and their personal opinions to make sure it includes everything you want it to have in whatever place you want it.[/quote]

qft

DhA
01.02.11
Foals was pretty boring idk what you're on about people.

Defeater
01.02.11
I bought GIRLS the other day after reading about it.

It better not suck.

conradtao
01.02.11
^ It kinda does suck.

Niceinvader
01.02.11
I agree about pretty lights, although the skrillex ep was decent pretty lights killed it three times in three eps this year, without remixes too.

asaf
01.02.11
a bunch of meh's aside skrillex. lookin forward to the full list.

Deviant.
01.03.11
Yo Willie, it's Monday (afternoon even)

Know what I'm sayin?

bloc
01.03.11
Yeah yeah we get it, it's also summer where you live right?

Deviant.
01.03.11
Correct

StreetlightRock
01.03.11
Beached As, Bro.

Shrapnel94
01.03.11
So, when do we see the rest of the list?

Deviant.
01.03.11
*Veitched as bro

Willie
01.03.11
--Yo Willie, it's Monday (afternoon even)

Know what I'm sayin?--

It's still Sunday here (as proved by Sunday Night Football)... ;)

Deviant.
01.03.11
Bah!

HallucinogeNick
01.03.11
Pretty Lights > Skrillex

Knott-
01.03.11
list will suck there wont be any *real* indie on it it will all be things people have heard of

StreetlightRock
01.03.11
Actually we bowed to the pressure and there's nothing on there but metal.

DaveyBoy
01.03.11
"It's still Sunday here (as proved by Sunday Night Football)... ;)"

Is that the football where teams who have lost more games than they have won make the playoffs, while teams with better records don't? On that reckoning, today is Friday.


Knott-
01.03.11
as long as its real metal alex

StreetlightRock
01.03.11
#1 Manowar - The Triumph of Steel

Vooligan
01.03.11
Its one hour away from being Tuesday here.

Hurry uppppp, please :)

Deviant.
01.03.11
It's Tuesday here

mvood
01.03.11
Tallest man for #1

bigevilmallett
01.03.11
WHERE IS THE LIST DAMNIT.

Willie
01.04.11
--Is that the football where teams who have lost more games than they have won make the playoffs, while teams with better records don't? On that reckoning, today is Friday.--

Sadly, yes :(


SavageCore
01.04.11
More Than Life :D

wyankeif1337
01.05.11
i am thinking that this list needz moar Cloudkicker

Spec
01.08.11
Why isn't [insert band no one has heard of] on here? WTF

Parallels
01.21.11
RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE NO ME GUSTA
RABBLE RABBLE RABLLE I HATE

WooHa
01.23.11
No Gonjasufi? Sputnik you suck hard

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