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10. Touche Amore – Is Survived By

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Is Survived By is a frantic exercise in frustrating melancholy – that emotion you feel when you scream at yourself in your head for getting caught in a funk. It’s that whole experience of being down and self-aware, a prisoner in a cage that you created, throwing yourself at bars you know don’t exist to no effect with only some time reserved for the hopeless gazing down at shoes and giving serious consideration to giving up between each assault on the cage. We’ve all been there before and if you haven’t, well, fuck you.

The thing that makes Is Survived By a stellar album is in its ability to capture this feeling impeccably without doubt or question. There’s an inherent tension and despair to Jeremy Bolm’s persistently aggressive and ernest rants that’s made all the more poignant by the racing pace of the 30 minute album that just does this somewhat specific affliction incredible justice. — Tom Gerhart

9. Danny Brown – Old

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I was never a big fan of XXX. Nor did I really consider myself any sort of Danny Brown enthusiast until I realised Danny has sat comfortably at the top of my last.fm chart ever since I reset it back in early October. Sticky taping elements of trap and grime and injecting the result with whatever psychedelics he can fumble off the floor, Brown sets up the gloriously warped base for his bipolar rapping style and leaps in manic frenzy from the menacing title track to the sex-crazed “Dope Friend Rental” to the MDMA-infused “Smokin & Drinkin” to the somber “Float On” and to everything else in between. You can analyze Old all you want, in terms of its cultural relevance or in comparison to other mainstream hip hop releases of 2013, as was the trend, but ultimately Danny Brown and co. simply slap into your face the most fun you’ll have listening to music in a long time, pretension-free and never leaving a hook or an infectious beat unturned. — fish

8. The Wonder Years – The Greatest Generation

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Whether you’re grinning or scoffing at The Wonder Years being in the top 10, there’s no denying The Greatest Generation was one of the most talked about albums of 2013. It’s not without reason, however. Soupy’s voice has always been an acquired taste, but this time around he delivers some of his most accessible work to date. Sure, it doesn’t hurt that he’s accompanied by Laura Stevenson in ‘Devil in My Bloodstream’ (one of the best songs of the year), but his voice sounds more polished all together. And how about those punchy guitars in opener ‘There, There’? You get the point. On The Greatest Generation the band ramps up everything musically while staying true to the hard-hitting lyrics we’ve come to expect from them. The result is one of the most memorable albums of the year that’s likely to please longtime fans and snag up some new listeners in the process.  – Aaron Arneson

7. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience

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At the risk of taking flak for comparing two almost totally unrelated albums, in terms of major-label, “mainstream” music The 20/20 Experience is part of an exclusive group containing only itself and Yeezus in terms of the mounds of hyperbolic claims it’s received. And, of course, with this distinction comes the inevitable backlash of anti-hype which goes hand-in-hand with an Internet-shaking album earning widespread acclaim – surprisingly soon after Sputnikmusic’s own Channing Freeman posted his now-legendary Justin Timberlake review, hordes of naysayers across the Web started to dismiss the album – it was “overblown,” “pompous,” “arrogant.”

No matter whether you view Timberlake’s eight-minute pop behemoths as brilliant or masturbatory, it’s difficult to dismiss the appeal of his swaggering, angelic falsetto. Sure, though in this writer’s humble opinion The 20/20 Experience displays nigh-innumerable attractive facets (brilliant production, wonderful codas, the one-two-three punch of “Strawberry Bubblegum,” “Tunnel Vision,” and “Spaceship Coupe”), it’s always the omnipresent confidence that brings me back. Damn the ambitious claims of the pop-shattering nature of The 20/20 Experience – when all is said and done, there’s almost nothing I’d rather hear this year than the last three minutes of radio smash hit “Mirrors.” Timberlake’s crooning over sultry piano is simply brilliant, and the aural treat of the album’s 70-minute runtime is difficult to match. — Nathan Flynn

6. The National – Trouble Will Find Me

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In the spirit of the cliché Matt Berninger tries so hard to subvert on “Heavenfaced”: Trouble Will Find Me is like a box of chocolates. At times the spotlight may be on the pitter-patter of the drums, the slide of a guitar or the soft ache of a slowly aging Matt Berninger, now a father sinking deeper and deeper into his 40s. “Sea of Love”’s passion is reminiscent of Alligator’s raw angst and “Don’t Swallow The Cap”’s light rhythm of High Violet’s atmospheric orchestration. “Demons” could have come straight off Boxer. The odd track here and there doesn’t quite hit the perfect note The National have so consistently tapped over the past few years, but then there are songs like “I Need My Girl”, which sways with deep longing, or “Humiliation”, with possibly the most sublime and carefully constructed atmosphere the band has ever composed. Trouble Will Find Me doesn’t work as a cohesive album in the same way The National’s previous works do. Rather, it borrows elements of each, or just creates its own, setting a different path for each song. One thing’s for sure though: there’s no one else who can take something as simple as a single note, drum fill or slight shift in harmony and turn it into something so perfect and beautiful quite like The National can. — fish

5. Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels

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Run The Jewels is my second favorite album of the year so you’d think I’d have a lot to say about it, but I don’t. I’ve wanted to put my love for this album into words for a long time, but it just hasn’t happened. It’s weird because I didn’t even like the album very much when it first came out. I thought the first half was really fun and full of bangers (a word I hate btw) and I thought the second half was really boring. It wasn’t until about ten listens that I really started focusing on the fantastic lyricism that I began to appreciate the second half more. Then I starting to really enjoy the subtle nature of the beats in the second half, and it was at that point that my love for the second half began to transcend the first half. Killer Mike and El-P crafted an album that is a rejection to the decadence of modern hip hop. It’s only around 35 minutes long, there’s no skits, there’s no filler, there’s no bullshit. Run The Jewels is two guys who love what they do, and I love hearing them go to work crafting the finest hip hop album of 2013. — Robert Lowe

4. Gorguts – Colored Sands

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Gorguts have always been a step ahead of the competition for taking the long view. Rather than trying to bash tracks into a few minutes for the illusion of technicality that speed oft presents, Luc Lemay and company run lightning fast speed drills when they have to, but augment them with dark, drawling riffs that pulse and moan. They feed off of the slow and dark chaos that festers at the edge of every decaying portrait to bring down blue skied towers for the parts and materials needed to erect barbed black fortresses on bleak and biled shores as even in the light, flirty strings of “The Battle of Chambdo,” there is also the ultimate submission into darkness, emptiness, and the eventual madness of “Enemies of Compassion.” Easily a work of calculated chaos and infinite energy, it’s not hard to see why Colored Sands clocks in near the top of the list this year. — Tom Gerhart

3. The Dillinger Escape Plan – One Of Us Is The Killer

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Dillinger Escape Plan have been on one of those steadily consistent rises. The predictability of the matter becomes a mere retrospect when this chaotic, high energy, stand alone group continue to push their name into the hardcore, metal mainstream. One Of Us Is The Killer excels where most similar groups fall into mediocrity and push towards a more cohesive and balanced sound. It comes down to the fact that Dillinger Escape Plan simply do what they do, but better than most similar acts. The experimentation here shows a certain restraint but as far as the band is concerned, everything has a place within the band’s 2013 record.

One Of Us Is The Killer shows a group in full swing, building on the momentum of their previous records despite presenting fans with a three year wait. There’s enough substance here to earn some new fans while keeping the die-hards sated at the same time. The nuances behind The Dillinger Escape Plan’s need to constantly shift their sound sees the band work out their kinks into something completely formidable, granted they’ll hit a few bumps here and there but for the most part the roads are smooth. — Robert Garland

2. Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork

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There has been no other album opener in rock music this year that sets the mood for the record following after it more perfectly than “Keep Your Eyes Peeled.” The guitar line is seriously deep enough to be mistaken for bass, and each strum grabs your attention like a drunken, drawn-out slug to the jaw. The Queens have always seemed to make a first priority out of crafting either frantic or corrosive introduction tracks, but this time around its been made perfectly clear that when Josh Homme says he’s making a “blues record” he’s talking about some smutty, gritty, and raw melancholy done desert style. Even though Homme’s smirking demeanor hadn’t left the presence of the music realm, Queens of the Stone Age have been missed in a six year drought of new material, and its simply striking and inspiring in how …Like Clockwork is such an assured and confident resumption for the group, without a single sense of doubt or questioning of direction evident. That attitude only further revs up the flexing guitar lines, sludgy and grimy atmosphere, eloquently mysterious piano cuts, irresistibly macho grooves, and high-octane salaciousness found throughout the album. The quality speaks for itself in a way that’s almost silencing, as the most important thing you need to know about this album is that it’s simply the sexiest and most ass kicking rock you’ll hear in a while, and that Queens of the Stone Age are back and proving they’re the band in the genre that is making rock what it should be. — Alex Beebe

1. Deafheaven – Sunbather

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Well, here it is, folks – that genre bending metal and post-rock fusing mindbender that glides between emotive, slow-flowing lows and raging breakneck dirges. Last year we had Atoma and Ne Obliviscaris fill the role, and this year we have Deafheaven. Is top critical success that formulaic?

Obviously not – I’m boiling it down far too much, but you can see what I mean. There is a consistency in our praise for albums which accomplish incredibly complex endeavors with a grace that makes them feel like one cohesive package from cover to cover. It should go without saying that this praise is well-deserved, but maybe it’s something for the albums of 2014 to consider when aiming for our critical acclaim.

While I first listened to it in June, I don’t know that I “got” Sunbather until just this past week. While it’s easily far more accessible than any other release with even the most minute black metal influence, it can be tough to scratch the surface of that layered bombastic assault triggered in by “Dream House,” but when you dial into those underlying melodic currents and let the entirety of the album wash over you in its dualistic euphony and cacophony, there is a sort of nirvana in the between that feels both intensely human and intensely spiritual at the same time.

Maybe I didn’t have the time before or maybe I was just trying too hard to see what others see between the moments of brilliant post-rock melody, but in the contrast of light and dark, in between whimsy and firmly-rooted pessimism, there’s something we can identify and sympathize with, and Sunbather captures that perfectly without forcing us to strain for meaning or pick out every nuance and detail. — Tom Gerhart

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Willie
01.10.14
I can't believe Queensryche didn't make it ;)

treeqt.
01.10.14
users of sputnik you are officially the retardedest

Phlegm
01.10.14
egh

Tyrael
01.10.14
Well

at least the staff list is the one that gets the most recognition outside of this site

Ovrot
01.10.14
GWAR > sunbather

zakalwe
01.10.14
Fuck me. There's no hope

FiveLeavesLeft
01.10.14
"I can't believe Queensryche didn't make it ;)"

Seriously should have :[

Rowan5215
01.10.14
Well 2's here I'm happy

Brostep
01.10.14
aw, my JT blurb was added too late :[

Keyblade
01.10.14
LOL

I just knew Wonder Years would be top 10. At least 'guts is top 5 :D

30secondstocydonia
01.10.14
No Chvrches fuck I saw quite a few votes for them as well

NocteDominum
01.10.14
The end of the users 2013, show us what you like in 2014

Willie
01.10.14
--aw, my JT blurb was added too late :[--

Added it. Now you contribs, stop changing shit ;)

NocteDominum
01.10.14
All good here : ) thanks for the effort Trey

ShitsofRain
01.10.14
where is bmth

NocteDominum
01.10.14
Tis everywhere and nowhere as it should be.

JS19
01.10.14
That was boring as hell. Screw you users

NocteDominum
01.10.14
Next time vote, or alternatively get more to vote

JS19
01.10.14
'more accessible than any other release with even the most minute black metal influence,'

Alcest tho

fish.
01.10.14
It's a popularity contest, what the fuck did you expect

Green Baron
01.10.14
No BMTH yay

NocteDominum
01.10.14
In 2013 Alcest is neither

Funeralopolis
01.10.14
this list > staff list

Havey
01.10.14
staff list was so much better

JS19
01.10.14
Up to top 10 this list is better, after that this is awful - staff list was amazing

lovelybloodflow
01.10.14
gay list

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
01.10.14
at least qotsa is 2 i guess

RadicalEd
01.10.14
Lol 1.

Negator
01.10.14
Weak

RadicalEd
01.10.14
How Is friendzone not top 50 Users. Sputcore seemed to be all over it.

osmark86
01.10.14
1 is legit, but I wouldn't have it in the top 10. oh well, oh well.

Jom
01.10.14
No comment on the user list other than how nice it is to see different albums (or different slot placements for albums), but as is tradition, big ups to the contribs (and users) who pitched in the blurbs this time out, and above all else, major props to Big Willie Style for his tireless work in organizing the staff and contributor features in the blog, doing all the artwork modifications, and ensuring other quality control on this feature.

The staff feature I have a more vested interest in for Metacritic et al. reasons, so my editing is far more pronounced there, but I cannot emphasize enough how time-consuming it is to create and publish the year-end features, not to mention all the vote tabulating that takes place.

tl;dr Willie is A+ as always and we're all going to be fucked sideways if he ever leaves

osmark86
01.10.14
well we all love lists so I'm glad that effort is made.

theacademy
01.10.14
agree willie is a legend

Tyrael
01.10.14
Willie is awesome agreed

I'm baffled that the staff list is more metal than the user list this year wtf

theacademy
01.10.14
who cares this list has dillinger and is therefore better

Azn.
01.10.14
Staff List >

agreed


tempest--
01.10.14
top 4 are all 4's for me m/

Hep Kat
01.10.14
no night birds which is fucking HORSE SHIT

ShitsofRain
01.10.14
never leave willie

treeqt.
01.10.14
i think the staff rigged the user voting to make their own list look better :??????:::

Azn.
01.10.14
yeah I mean cmon guys where's all the kpop

guitarded_chuck
01.10.14
kind of a weak year jus sayin

MO
01.10.14
lol at 1 this fucking userbase

Azn.
01.10.14
lol at a lot of these

Hep Kat
01.10.14
defhaven sux agreed

jdennis31
01.10.14
no laura stevenson = no credibility.

JS19
01.10.14
'tl;dr Willie is A+ as always and we're all going to be fucked sideways if he ever leaves'

Yeah end of year lists make us seem like a legit site plz don't go. The artwork for the end of year lists is so awesome as well.

Kris.
01.10.14
wait why are you people complaining? this is literally every big release of 2013. you voted for it. it's your list. get over it.

treeqt.
01.10.14
been a weak year for kpop albums doe can't blame the users for their ignorance in that regard

guitarded_chuck
01.10.14
no laura stevenson = no credibility.


wow now this guy is cool

HenchmanOfSanta
01.10.14
My top 3 are numbers 5, 4 and 3. Cool.

Also I hate that I find Sunbather enjoyable because I feel like I have to separate myself from all of the painfully stupid things written about that album.

evilford
01.10.14
least gorguts beat jt

tommygun
01.10.14
u guys fucked up

30secondstocydonia
01.10.14
fuck this list though

AliW1993
01.10.14
Sunbather topped the list by a pretty wide margin. Don't get the fuss personally, but at least DEP didn't win. That would have made it three years in a row where the list had been topped by pretty run-of-the-mill albums from sputnik favourites.

Azn.
01.10.14
yeah why did gore guts beat jt at least jt knows how to write hooks

ShitsofRain
01.10.14
this list is bad for my health

FromDaHood
01.10.14
ayyyy writing credit for Will's blurb

fish.
01.10.14
Sunbather got almost twice as many points as QOTSA so it pretty much annihilated this list.

Chvrches finished just outside the top 50 iirc

SirDrumsalot
01.10.14
Wow...that makes me sad. Sunbather is such a horrible album.

Azn.
01.10.14
it's fine for you to think that

SeaAnemone
01.10.14
remember when people on that thread yesterday / every other day were complaining about elitism lol?

Azn.
01.10.14
Sunbather's a meh album for me

Greyvy
01.10.14
don't hold me accountable for this list I was not involved in any way

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
Lots of Willie love in this thread and it's all well-deserved. Big ups for all of the help, man!

Keyblade
01.10.14
Shoulda voted for Queensryche and Construct as a thank you

Atari
01.10.14
Yeah you're the man Willie

Calc
01.10.14
i literally already forgot what the staff list was and you all should've too

apert
01.10.14
Why is everyone so angry or surprised at the list, it was always going to be the most popular albums of the year, only one I dislike is JT

apert
01.10.14
Why is everyone so angry or surprised at the list, it was always going to be the most popular albums of the year, only one I dislike is JT

Wadlez
01.10.14
Touché amore, national, DEP were awful.

Trebor.
01.10.14
"How Is friendzone not top 50 Users. Sputcore seemed to be all over it."

Like half the people that are into Friendzone are either contributors or users that don't rate or vote

Wadlez
01.10.14
The friendzone cult also wasn't actually that large. Just a select few who would talk about it ad nauseum

Winsomniac
01.10.14
Yeah I liked their earlier material and DX was still underwhelming to me for whatever reason

MosesMalone
01.10.14
I'm disappointed in all the black metallers for not getting Tliltic up there. Now witness the full anger of the Aztecs.

Kris.
01.10.14
"remember when people on that thread yesterday / every other day were complaining about elitism lol?"

more like hypocritenik lol AMIRITE HIGH FIVE

Trebor.
01.10.14
"Sunbather topped the list by a pretty wide margin. Don't get the fuss personally, but at least DEP didn't win. That would have made it three years in a row where the list had been topped by pretty run-of-the-mill albums from sputnik favourites."

So fucking true. I'm not a huge Sunbather fan, but the last three years the top album was beyond average

fromtheinside
01.10.14
very ugly top ten

how 4 didn't win let alone beat 3............................................................

?

fromtheinside
01.10.14
phenomenally put together as usual tho willie

Slut
01.10.14
This was definitely a... Thing

Winsomniac
01.10.14
We need simultaneously neither-elite-nor-plebe albums to have opinions over

Or maybe sometimes people just like to squabble

YUJOS
01.10.14
Lol at 1.

SeaAnemone
01.10.14
"the top album was beyond average"

so ... ... ... great?

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
01.10.14
sea 'one direction' anemone

Trebor.
01.10.14
yeah it's hard to be hyperbolic when discussing average things, the last three were just average OK there

Funeralopolis
01.10.14
really surprised to see 3 so high tho

fromtheinside
01.10.14
indeed 3 is the biggest joke here

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
01.10.14
idk about joke

larrytheslug
01.10.14
did you copy/paste p4k list?

Aids
01.10.14
[stock comment]

SeaAnemone
01.10.14
Deftones isnt high enough!!

ShitsofRain
01.10.14
one of us voted for 3

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
01.10.14
lol

Winsomniac
01.10.14
I'm not sure Deftones smoke weed, Eric

DrMaximus
01.10.14
"really surprised to see 3 so high tho"

What do you expect? Most users think DEP is the best band ever.


fish.
01.10.14
can I just mention how funny it was and how surprised I was when people ate up that shit about bmth

skeames1214
01.10.14
ew

Omaha
01.10.14
Nobody has pointed out that AtomicWaste did a wonderful job on this thing. loved all your write-ups, man.

Good work on the rest of this, guys. Pretty good list

theacademy
01.10.14
who is atomicwaste

that sounds like a cool band tbh

would def listen to that

Judio!
01.10.14
It didnt matter what they put for 1, either way it was going to be controversial. Sunbather is far from my favorite album of the year but it was deserving of the #1 slot. Personally, I think the users' list has summed up 2013 far better than the staff list did, although I enjoyed both.

MyNameIsPencil
01.10.14
not surprised by the top 10 and the albums listing at the slightest

Azn.
01.10.14
I'd rather Deafheaven snag 1 than 4...

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
Thanks, Bromaha! :) I did my best and tried to get out of my comfort zone with a few of these.

@acad I'm Rick James, bitch.

Kris.
01.10.14
"can I just mention how funny it was and how surprised I was when people ate up that shit about bmth"

yeah I bought it. to be honest, I wouldn't have been surprised in the slightest if it had made the list.

Trebor.
01.10.14
tbh I like the new BMTH more than a lot of this list

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
I wouldn't have been surprised if it was on here, but I'm really glad it wasn't.

FearThyEvil
01.10.14
Well, I originally put 1 as my aoty so I contributed to that. Voted for 4 as well and while I like Run the Jewels it's to high up.

RogueNine
01.10.14
It's not like you guys didn't see this coming. All of these were huge topics and fan favorites.
From 50-1, I'd take the user's list.

FearThyEvil
01.10.14
I like the users list and the staff. However, the staffs top 10 was much better than this. This does have Sunbather, Gorguts, and TDEP who I both enjoyed a lot this year but the staff had a few more picks in their top 10 that I enjoyed more.

Cygnatti
01.10.14
list fucking sucks

dcalderon
01.10.14
No Immunity? Damn

GnarlyShillelagh
01.10.14
"Nobody has pointed out that AtomicWaste did a wonderful job on this thing. loved all your write-ups, man."

I DID LIKE TWO PAGES BACK !!!!

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
Aziz is awesome :)

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
And not just for saying good things about me - he also had quite a few good write-ups of his own!

theacademy
01.10.14
haha i had no idea that ur username and your signed name were for the same account

RogueNine
01.10.14
Yup, everyone did a good job on write-ups as usual. And Willie is the bestest guy ever.

AtomicWaste
01.10.14
Yeah, I don't really post/comment a lot, so it's easy to miss :)

Poncharelo
01.11.14
Yeah, very good one, indeed.

fromtheinside
01.11.14
"tbh I like the new BMTH more than a lot of this list"

trebor ladies and gentlemen

Cygnatti
01.11.14
let's not get ourselves carried away now

Azn.
01.11.14
lo and behold the most credibility-destroying comment in this thread

DeadPoe
01.11.14
bleh sunbather

Trebor.
01.11.14
I don't see how liking Sempiternal more than Wonder Years, A Lot Like Birds, Protest The Hero, Touche Amore, and Dillinger Escape Plan is all that bad

DrMaximus
01.11.14
Can't argue with that

fromtheinside
01.11.14
just cause, bro, it's part three

fromtheinside
01.11.14
also, bmth, lol

Azn.
01.11.14
Apparently plenty of people do

avonbarksdale221
01.11.14
The Dark, Dark Bright should be 1.

Ending
01.11.14
Oh what a surprise Sunbather #1 wow who saw that coming.

ShadowRemains
01.11.14
"no night birds which is fucking HORSE SHIT"

agreed

and lol sunbather

Kman418
01.11.14
3 8 and 10

oh man

JS19
01.11.14
'The Dark, Dark Bright should be 1.'

but it's not so ok'

Azn.
01.11.14
1 deserves it
just cuz you didn't like it doesn't mean a shitload of people didn't either

FourthReich
01.11.14
no death grips?????


reported

someguest
01.12.14
A much, much better list than the Staff one.

Cygnatti
01.12.14
^I think you're mistaken. it has twy on it so it's automatically disqualified.

someguest
01.12.14
at least twy make pop punk that's listenable

SnakeDelilah
01.12.14
'it has twy on it so it's automatically disqualified.'

so both lists are DQ'd?

VinVal
01.12.14
JT should not be so high, but good list otherwise.

Gwyn.
01.12.14
Lame list. Half of these are just garbage, experimental garbage. I can see why some of these are liked, but most of these picks are just baffling and laughable. This site makes me laugh sometimes, it seems like you guys just wanna make yourselves look good by picking out this kind of experimental garbage just to confuse people into thinking "why don't I like this?" Well, you don't like it because it's crap. Pure and simple. So many of the year's best albums are missing from this "best of" list that it's an utter embarrassment to me.

someguest
01.12.14
What in this list is so experimental?

sixdegrees
01.12.14
haha rused :^)

Hep Kat
01.12.14
that a copypasta guest

Hep Kat
01.12.14
that's*

Hep Kat
01.12.14
seriously the fact that we can't edit these posts is frickin unacceptable

Cygnatti
01.12.14
"so both lists are DQ'd?"

this one has it in top 10 so it's the one that is disqualified.

gwyn., from where did you copy that quote from?

someguest
01.12.14
ahb

Gwyn.
01.12.14
"gwyn., from where did you copy that quote from?"

a treb list lol

but seriously I have no idea what the people who didn't already know #1 was gonna win are doing on a music website (Especially this one), t'was alwasy pretty obvious

Gwyn.
01.12.14
*always

yay for not being able to edit comments!!!!!

Cygnatti
01.12.14
"a treb list lol"

sunbather was a good choice anyways.

Cygnatti
01.12.14
I meant to insert a "hah" after the treb list quote, but I can't edit now so damn.

tempest--
01.12.14
it was a comment by that dude that loves Sevendust his username was like jon93rd or some shit he got pissed on the staff list it was brilliant

Gwyn.
01.12.14
His profile is completely gone too rip

Gwyn.
01.12.14
oh wait no it ain't

good means he'll be back for the 2014 list

Cygnatti
01.12.14
oh... oh my. why are all his comments gone tho?!

tempest--
01.12.14
I think Dev perma-banned him

Gwyn.
01.12.14
Here's hoping for his glorious comeback as thejon94th then

PunchforPunch
01.12.14
staff list was so much better


so true

someguest
01.12.14
Wrong.

SnakeDelilah
01.12.14
wtf everyone is getting banned

someguest
01.12.14
You're next!

Purge the userbase!

TheSupernatural
01.12.14
I like this list a hell of a lot more than the staff list. The staff list was pretty disappointing

VinVal
01.12.14
i find the lack of Gris disturbing

ShitsofRain
01.12.14
when will u release the ep list?

Deviant.
01.12.14
"Here's hoping for his glorious comeback as thejon94th then"

I've already pre-empted this by creating various alts, counting all the way up to thejon119th just to piss him off

SnakeDelilah
01.12.14
lol

tempest--
01.12.14
HAHA OMG honestly this website has the best fucking mods ever

Tyrael
01.12.14
lol Deviant

NocteDominum
01.12.14
This is why we need more Dev reviews.

Azn.
01.12.14
I wish the mods were less busy enough to be more active on the main site

Static
01.13.14
comments on these are always so hilarious lol

acting like this is complete garbage and really all that different from the staff list

seriously get the fuck over it "fuck this userbase" "wow deafheaven" "no laura stevenson" shut the fuck up

Keyblade
01.13.14
Yeah but, no Laura Stevenson tho

Static
01.13.14
I mean that's fine but still

poor example on my part

Willie
01.13.14
Laura Stevenson is #17.

treeqt.
01.13.14
is equivalent to the list is invalid

TheBarber
01.13.14
Really puzzled about 10 and no Gris

Wizard
01.14.14
Good list peers!

Insurrection
01.14.14
fuck yeah TDEP

VinVal
01.15.14
where's the EP list..Caspian better be top 5!

InAbsentia
01.16.14
1 is 1.

Green Baron
01.16.14
I think we all saw 1 coming

Imperial
01.16.14
totally agree with 1-6 thx users

Rowan5215
01.16.14
np bro

zaruyache
01.16.14
List isn't awful yay Sputnik.

treeqt.
01.16.14
ok

Greyvy
01.17.14
never mind the neighbors

FadedSun
01.17.14
Tried listening to Wonder Years last night. Started out great, but around the 35 minute mark I started to get sick of it and it all blended together. I would have been happier if the album was around this length.

ShitsofRain
01.18.14
ep list when?

CarnalMalefactor
01.19.14
So...... no Gris again, that´s bad.

neikos
01.21.14
pop>rock>"metal"

Tyrannic
01.31.14
Agreed thanks me

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