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08.01.09 Stuff I've Been Liking Recently07.26.09 2009
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2009: 10-1

My top 10 of 2009
1Franz Ferdinand
Tonight: Franz Ferdinand

10. My favourite of their 3 records, adds some indie-dance elements.
Be Human

9. The orchestra and choir go really well with the bands formula, never over-doing it *cough*Muse & Biffy Clyro*cough*.
3Pearl Jam

8. A real return to form (although the s/t was excellent). Its got everything you want from PJ, the rockers, the ballads and
none of the experimental crap.
4Chuck Ragan
Gold Country

7. Just a great album.
5Frank Turner
Poetry of the Deed

6. Similar to above in the fact that it seems like a lot more of a group effort rather than just a solo acoustic project.
6Nine Black Alps
Locked Out From the Inside

5. Shows the band can still rock after leaving Island. Raw, heavy and powerful.
7Crazy Arm
Born to Ruin

4. Great debut that mixes punk with folk, slide guitars and politics.
8The Arteries
Blood, Sweat and Beers

3. Another debut from a young British punk band and its seriously good. This album is everything NOFX should be and more.
9Strike Anywhere
Iron Front

2. Showcases everything the band does well. Melodic as hell yet dark and aggressive.
10 1. Propagandhi
Supporting Caste

1. A bit of a cliche to have this in the top 10 already but it deserves all of the praise it gets. Sublime lyrics, production and
musicianship make it number one for 2009.
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