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Alextm510 Top 25 2011

Top 25, know the drill
25The Dear Hunter
The Color Spectrum (Complete Collection)

The whole project is solid. If there is one flaw is that some hold EP's hold up better than others and naturally I gravitated to
just listening to those (Blue, Violet, and Indigo). But this on the whole is solid.
Take Care

Stupidly excessive, but after you sort through the nonsense there's a lot of quality stuff on Take Care.
Never Be Content

RIP Innerpartysystem, I will remain uncontent since you never released that follow-up album you promised.
22Youth Lagoon
The Year Of Hibernation

This album makes me want to hibernate somewhere far and hidden. like in Idaho
21 Made In Heights

Neat fusion of indie pop, r&b, and IDM. Imagine Ellie Goulding came from Brooklyn. can be free if you want
20Active Child
You Are All I See

choir boy r&b pop. hella cool
19A Winged Victory For The Sullen
A Winged Victory For The Sullen

Some of the most gorgeous modern classical you will hear this year. Oh, and 'steep hill' can pretty much play during that movie
scene where those people who haven't seen each other in a really long finally see each other. some dramatic thing like that

Riiiiiddddeeeee. I think that's what she says. yea album rules, title track is easy highlight
Electronic Dream

You are now listening to Arraaaabbbbmuzik

Dan Tompkins is the factor that made this album so awesome. Rather curious how Elliot Coleman will stack up against him.
15The Cinema
My Blood Is Full Of Airplanes

Leighton of Lydia fame stops the sob songs and goes out to the streets and parties. Easily some of the catchiest music you'll
hear this year.
14 K.
Sana Sana

Post-rap shit. noisy and polarizing.
The King Of Limbs

Still trying to comprehend this damn thing. but man it gets better with each listen. Seems like radiohead are more into making
new sounds and less concerned about making their next Kid A/OK computer, and that's completely fine.
12Death Grips

Culture shock, future shock. Fuck yourself, choke yourself
11The Roots

The legendary foundation makes another solid, not too suprising really. However this is easily their most chilled to date and the
classical influences that creep in at the end are absolutely gorgeous. Black Thought keeps getting better too.
10 The Log.Os

Probably some of the most intelligent spaced out R&B that you'll hear. Oh it's free too
9Washed Out
Within And Without

Summer drives, cover art lol.
8Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Trent/Atticus 3 hour mood music. Yes, it rules and worth all of your time.
7St. Vincent
Strange Mercy

Annie Clark shut up I love you more

5Uneven Structure

Post metal meets groove metal-cool cool stuff

Biased, also when they said they were gonna break up it made me listen to this different. Band may not be doing anything
groundbreaking but they are tight, concise, giving way to Dustin becoming a better songwriter, easily his best lyrics and vocal
performance to date.
3The Weeknd

HOB should be here too. I'm not one to say I can relate to this guy, and the place he sings about is not one i want to be in. But
the concept and story fit so well with the production. Equal parts sexy, lush, and sinister makes The Weeknd such an engaging
2Wye Oak

Warm summer night haze-sitting in a pool and get absorbed in the sound.
Coloring Book

Glassjaw's best stuff to date. These four dudes balance incredibly well.
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