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Sorry for the lack of end of the year updates but it’s been a very nice Christmas break for me having been to see the family without internet access for a week. How much cialis   i hope everyone isn’t truly fed up with “best of 2008” lists yet as you have one more to get through or at least one more to ignore.   I did keep my description to just one sentence in order to be more concise.  

 

2008 was another great year of musical discoveries thanks to help from fans and supporters of this blog.   I hope the list below of my favorite releases from 2008 help everyone find a few albums they otherwise wouldn’t have considered and/or heard.   I’m sure I’ve left out at least one or two releases that I loved in 2008 but completely forgot to include here but I’ve done my best compiling this list over the last two months. (Note: EP’s were excluded from this list. While I tried to keep it to only 2008 releases there is at least one non-2008 album) 

 

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50. Ryan Adams & the Cardinals – Cardinology (Not his best effort but I still very much enjoyed this album)

49. Genghis Tron – Board up the House (A good year for metal)

48. Port O’Brien - All We Could Do Was Sing (Hipsters love of seafaring songs grows with this release and I am a sucker for it apparently)

47. Henry Clay People - For Cheap or For Free (Not 2008 but my first discovery of this great live band from LA)

46. Eli Paperboy Reed - Roll With You (Usually not into blues but this kid changed that)

45. The Mae Shi – HLLLYH (Very interesting album I need to listen to more often since it was released early on in the year)

44. Yelle – Pop-up (Thanks David for this recommendation of French pop)

43. Hayes Carll – Trouble in Mind (Independent country artist from Texas and one of the starts to my fascination with my romanticized idea of West Texas)

42. The Cool Kids – The Bake Sale (Rap you don’t have to take very seriously and can therefore enjoy the hell out of it)

41. Sigur Rós - Med sud i eyrum vid spilum endalaust (Way to intense to listen to on a day to day basis but a solid effort that really puts me into a mood)

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39. The Broken West – Now or Heaven (LA band number two on the list, get used to it)

38. Radar Bros. – Auditorium (Not pick me up music but I definitely need to see these guys live in 2009)

37. The Hold Steady - Stay Positive (A let down from their last release but still had stand out tracks that made it onto my playlists throughout the summer)

36. Conor Oberst - Self Titled (I’d lost interest after his last Bright Eyes work but this got my back into the mood for Conor music)

35. Santogold – Self Titled (It’s hard to not listen to multiple tracks when you put this one on)

34. M83 – Saturdays = Youth (Graveyard Girl is a rather odd song but others bring about 80’s nostalgia to a tee)

33. The Dodos – Visitor (I don’t necessarily jump to an Animal Collective comparison but this is a great record on its own)

32. Wale – The Mixtape About Nothing (You had me at Seinfeld)

31. Blitzen Trapper – Furr (Unlike so many others on this list I was overjoyed by this offering over that of their last album which I never really got hooked to)

30. Cold War Kids – Loyalty to Loyalty (Let down number two on the list but still a great album and a great live band)

29. Abe Vigoda – Skeletons (This is fun music and I will see them live in 2009)

28. Beach House – Devotion (I struggled to put this on the list as I fall in and out of love with it on a monthly basis)

27. Crystal Castles - Self Titled (Tracks stuck with me as kickball intro music all the way to Costa Messy’s Orange County Championship)

26. Charlie Louvin – Steps to Heaven (One of two albums he released in 2008 and I felt I had to only pick one and this is it with the gospel tracks)

25. Fuck Buttons - Street Horrsing (There is nothing like live noise and especially nothing like live upbeat noise. )

24. MGMT - Oracular Spectacular (These guys are everywhere and you have to know them for all the in your face coverage they are getting)

23. Hank Williams III -  Damn Right, Rebel Proud (Finally released after several delays but it was ultimately worth it though I’m not sure the suicidal songs are a keeper)

22. Delta Spirit - Ode to Sunshine (Heather turned me on to these guys after an NPR recommendation)

21. Hot Chip - Made in the Dark (They are constantly putting out quality work and remixes)

20. Deerhunter – Microcastle (Much more accessible than previous works and something that I routinely listen to in its entirety without fully realizing it)

19. My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges (Critically panned in a very unfair manor IMHO)

18. Girl Talk - Feed the Animals (I paid $15 in the pay what you want price model and eventually even got the real CD)

17. Drive-By Truckers – Brighter Than Creations Dark (This came out in January and I almost overlooked it as others have done, please listen)

16. TV on the Radio – Dear Science (This got me on the bandwagon)

15. Cut Copy – In Ghost Colours (You can’t sit still listening to this)

14. Jay Reatard – Matador Singles 08 (Can’t wait for the full length album in 2009 and should build on this excellent foundation)

13. Titus Andonicus – The Airing of Grievances (Came out of the blue and grew on me over the summer and now into December after their fantastic live show with No Age)

12. Okkervil River - The Stand Ins (A group of songs from the recording session that produced my favorite album of 2007)

11. Hercules and Love Affair - Self Titled (The later part of the album becomes a throw away in many ways but the strength of the first half really puts this over the top from most other records I listened to this year)

 

10. The Airborne Toxic Event – Self Titled (If these songs aren’t all over modern rock radio I have no idea why not)

09. Department of Eagles – In Ear Park (Do yourself a favor and buy this album if you enjoy Grizzly Bear and you won’t be disappointed)

08. Kanye West - 808’s and Heartbreaks (Emo Kanye that produced my favorite record at the end of the year)

 

07. No Age – Nouns (This placing was bumped up on the list based on their live show so not entirely the CD itself but still worth it as a standalone)

06. Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (I’m firmly on the bandwagon)

05. Kathleen Edwards - Asking for Flowers (A great country record that no one talked about this year)

04. Portishead – Third (They are back)

03. Bonnie ‘Price’ Billy - Lie Down in the Light (My favorite Will Oldham album in YEARS and that says something from a true fanboy such as myself)

02. Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago (Give me another month and I might have flip flopped this and my number one selection if only for the weather this time of year)

01. Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes (I lied as I definitely wouldn’t take this out of the number one position as it truly is my favorite record of 2008 by a wide margin)


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