Albums of 2011, Part One, #60-40

24 Dec

So here’s the first part of the list where I count down my 60 favourite albums of the year (it was going to be 50 but there were a few more records that I really wanted to include, and rather than leave them out, I just extended the list. Simples.) I’ll upload the rtop 40 at some point over the next week, along with a little piece I wrote about the state of music in 2011. If you aren’t familiar with an artist featured then click on the name of the album to be taken to a youtube video of a song by said artist. Doubly simples. Merry Christmas everyone!!!

60. Leave Home by The Men

59. Bad Penny by Spectrals

58. GB City by Bass Drum of Death

57. Dead to Me by Girls Names

56. Sepakcure by Sepalcure

55. Tomboy by Panda Bear


54. The Year of Hibernation by Youth Lagoon


53. Tarot Classics by Surfer Blood


52.Glass Swords by Rustie


51. 4 by Beyonce


50. Neighbourhoods by Blink 182


49. Last Summer by Eleanor Friedberger


48. Surf Noir by Beat Connection


47. Arabia Mountain by Black Lips


46.Forget by Oupa


45. Last of the Country Gentlemen by Josh T Pearson


44. Smother by Wild Beasts


43. Within and Without by Washed Out


42. The Heart of the Nightlife by Kisses


41. Chasing After Ghosts by The Crookes


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  1. Albums of 2011, Part Two – #40-20 « Pop goes the Weasel - December 29, 2011

    […] PART ONE (#60-40) IS HERE […]

  2. 2011 in Review « Pop goes the Weasel - January 4, 2012

    […] Collective and Specter on the way, 2012 is already looking pretty promising… Top 50 albums ~60-40 ~40-20 ~20-1 Top 50 Singles ~50-40 ~40-20 ~20-10 ~10-1 Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

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