• Top Albums 2k12

    3. Jan. 2013, 0:25

  • Top Albums '11

    31. Dez. 2011, 6:23

  • Top Albums '10

    18. Dez. 2010, 16:42

    #25 Infinite Arms - Band of Horses

    Twas good, some really catchy songs, some not so much. 'Dilly' is a beautiful track with the oddest timing it's nothing but charming.

    #24 The Besnard Lakes Are The Roaring Night - The Besnard Lakes

    Huge instrumentation and some really epic feelings. 'Albatross' is one of the best songs ever written, it makes me want to do good things / bad things.

    #23 Two Thousand And Ten Injuries - Love Is All

    First of all the name of the album is awesome. Secondly it has some really great tunes. Enough said.

    #22 Illumination - Miami Horror

    There are some really fantastic tracks in this. 'Sometimes' is so involving I can't get over it. The album feels like I'm watching 80's fantasy movies in the best way possible.

    #21 Let It Sway - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

    The album reminds me a fast summer day, and you can't go wrong with that. The opener 'Back in the Saddle' is a slow start / strong end ready to do anything kind of anthem which starts the album off beautifully. And the title track is so infectious it hurts.

    #20 The Five Ghosts - Stars

    The Five Ghosts has some amazing, AMAZING songs, but they are too few and far between for me. 'I Died So I Could Haunt You' is outstanding in all aspects, the yelling that takes place towards the end makes me wish someone I knew was dead. Their strong suit on this album is the faster tracks, which is usually not the case for them.

    #19 Subiza - Delorean

    Delorean is a wave of energy. The opener 'Stay Close' is a summer smash for the rest of time.

    #18 Volume 2 - She & Him

    So happy to have them back. The whole feel of the album is a lazy sunny day under a giant apple tree. Its charming and cheery and nostalgic and sad and optimistic!

    #17 Permalight - Rogue Wave

    Such a solid sound throughout. The opener 'Solitary Gun' is ridden with powerful lyrics and fantastic singing! And of course the title track 'Permalight' is a track that you would hear on Radio Top plays if written by some less talented and less intelligent band, but instead you get a pop smash with class.

    #16 The Weight's On The Wheels - The Russian Futurists

    It's been so long I think everyone thought it was over. But the album proved to be worth the wait! It's exactly what you want if what you want is something fast, catchy, and oozing electronica.

    #15 The Age of Adz - Sufjan Stevens

    There is so much going on. At times it seems a little too much but it comes together to be quite enjoyable.

    #14 All Day - Girl Talk

    Does this count as a real album? Whatever. This thing is so good!

    #13 Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles

    Shoot this thing has got some sound ready to break your teeth! They are all about destroying my senses and making me love it at the same time. 'Baptism' and 'Pap Smear' both start out kind of dreamy and then just ruin your ears with beautiful sound!

    #12 Odd Blood - Yeasayer


    #11 Congratulations - MGMT

    So trippy! So I know everyone hates them for abandoning the old sound but really this more than makes up for it. Plus that album cover is nothing shy of amazing. It took a little while to get into but it has worked it's way into my blood.

    #10 Sleep Mountain - The Kissaway Trail

    Dreamy and well crafted! The instrumentation is something to surround yourself with and just get lost.

    #9 Star of Love - Crystal Fighters

    Solid through and through. It's a fantastic mix of electronic and summery pop. 'At Home' and 'Plage' make you were friends with these guys so you could hang out on the beach with them in Spain.

    #8 False Priest - of Montreal

    This album is so sexual and seducing, it hurts so good.

    #7 The Suburbs - Arcade Fire

    Again no need to say anything, everyone has already heard it. It's good!

    #6 Treats - Sleigh Bells


    #5 Buzzard - Margot & the Nuclear So and So's

    Haunting and scary, it's awesome! The voice is powerful and the lyrics are creepy, their is nothing better. It's so dark but it sounds so good I can't stop listening. 'Lunatic Lunatic Lunatic' and 'Earth to Aliens: What Do You Want?' are just amazing to no end.

    #4 Forgiveness Rock Record - Broken Social Scene

    It's weird that it's been 5 years since their last real release. Either way this album is stellar from start to finish. It's everything they do best but this time around it seems twice as good!

    #3 Body Talk - Robyn

    I never really listened to her till this year. But what a time to get into her! The epic three part Body Talk is indulgent pop greatness. 'Fembot' and 'Dancing on My Own' are treasures to dance yourself weak. 'Don't Fucking Tell Me What To Do' is something that I will always hold dear <3

    #2 Say It - Born Ruffians

    I can't get enough of them.

    #1 Work - Shout Out Louds



    Top Tracks of 2010!

    A list of the songs that I found to be the best of the year!

    #10Impossible Soul - Sufjan Stevens

    #9 Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) - Shakira

    #8 Walls - Shout Out Louds

    #7 Fire With Fire (Digital Dog Radio Edit) - Scissor Sisters

    #6 O.N.E. - Yeasayer

    #5 Stay Close - Delorean

    #4 Plage - Crystal Fighters

    #3 Don't Fucking Tell Me What to Do - Robyn

    #2 Dancing on My Own - Robyn

    #1 Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains) - Arcade Fire
  • Top Albums of '09

    27. Dez. 2009, 18:13

    #25 Mega - Built by snow

    MEGA is catchy and chiptune goodness!

    #24 Which Bitch? - The View

    After first hearing this way back in Febuary twas an alright listen. Randomly listening to tracks here and there over the year peaked some interest and I would get stuck on one song for an hour's spin. It really has some staying power and some surprisingly great tracks. My favourite being 'Gem of a Bird' about the lead singers dumb girlfriend.

    #23 Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix - Phoenix

    Hype? Good? Yea! Lets all dance and wish we had hard to articulate accents with perfect stuttering! And ooooh that bass! I love 'Lasso'

    #22 Never Gonna Touch the Ground - Still Flyin'

    Some perfect pop indie hits that just make you 'movin n groovin, standin n jammin!' It's what the world needs right now! 'Good Thing It's A Ghost Town Around Here' and 'The Hottchord Is Stuck' and 'Haunted' are fantastic! Who knew self proclaimed jam bands had so much heart?

    #21 In and Out of Control - The Raveonettes

    I didn't get into the album to the later half of the year. I wish it was earlier because the opening track 'Bang!' is the perfect summer anthem. It continues with some classic Raveonettes noise and shoegaze elements but really turns this album out with how optimistic it is. 'Boys Who Rape (Should All Be Destroyed)' is perfect! plus the sharp swears, the chorus itself, and the doo-wop...WHEW!

    #20 Merriweather Post Pavilion - Animal Collective

    Hype? Good? Yea...but maybe a little too much credit? YES! Alright, this is a fantastic album from beginning to end, but it feels more like a trip than anything else. I for one am partial to their previous release. This album has surely made a mainstream mark for them, why I don't know because I feel it's more obscure than other albums. Anyways, this is an album to be remembered regardless of hype or criticism for music history. Plus what an amazing cover!!!!!!

    #19 Tommy Sparks - Tommy Sparks

    Hit after hit on dancing new wave-esque electronica! This whole album is so cohesive and shares a general mood of 'Give me more uppers so I can slow them down with downers!' Half of the album has perfect pop electronic and the other half has decently crafted songs but that make you just want to listen to the others.

    #18 Setting The Paces - BOAT

    2009 was the year where long forgotten artists finally released another album! The sophomore effort of the Seattle based BOAT couldn't have come at a better time. It's everything you expect and more, really uplifting songs, fantastic lyrics, and awesome instrumentation.

    #17 Bromst - Dan Deacon

    More from Baltimore! Really just a perfect sound to get into for roadtrips and long internet surfing. 'Slow With Horns / Run For Your Life' and 'Snookered' are greats in any library.

    #16 Dragonslayer - Sunset Rubdown

    I said it before on a previous year's list 'Anything involving Wolf Parade can do no wrong!' And I think any number of their side projects had been on every years list. This album is a bonified Spencer Krug opus. Perfect ender 'Dragon's Lair' feels like a march to the end of the world.

    #15 Bandages for the Heart - Lacrosse

    High pitched girl vocals, switching between female and male vocals and the occasional shout along, not afraid to use hand clapping, and the lyrics to kick you out of a bad mood in an instant. Lacrosse makes you happy, it does always feel like Saturday with you Lacrosse!

    #14 Face Control - Handsome Furs

    First of all, I love the cover! Secondly, the whole album is better than the first in all degrees. Brooding, dark, but still catchy enough songs to make you eerily in a good mood. The breakout songs of the album 'All We Want Baby, Is Everything' and 'I'm Confused'.

    #13 Aim and Ignite - fun.

    This is the new project from former frontman of the Format. It sounds just like the old album from 2006, but more instrumentation and play with vocals...better? By all degrees! An extremely well crafted summery album that makes you feel like everything is going to be alright, in spite of some of the song's real meanings.

    #12 The Law of the Playground - The Boy Least Likely To

    It's been a while since I listened to the album on account of how early it came out this year. Despite that though, the songs that I really enjoy have stuck with me in the back of my mind. Like Kylie Minogue I can't get them out of my head. 'Balloon On a Broken Sting' is the happy go lucky anthem of a suicidal loser and you can't help but feel good!

    #11 It's Blitz! - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

    2009 was full of beautiful album covers! This was the Yeah Yeah Yeahs trying to be more European, and it is amazing. Bring on more synth Karen! Some fantastic noise rock moments and a nod back to the longing and heart break moments of 'Maps' with 'Hysteric' and 'Skeletons.' A solid effort in all.

    #10 A Balloon Called Moaning - The Joy Formidable

    A short album...but holy shit! Really amazing song crafting from beginning to end. Deep noise, awesome guitar, chanting, spot on female vocals, and nonsensical lyrics. This really is a refreshing piece of work.

    #9 Vapours - Islands

    I didn't know you were coming out with an album this year! I didn't know you kicked out every member of your band potentially pissing off every fan and making a piece of shit. I didn't know it was going to be as good as this!

    #8 Living Thing - Peter Bjorn and John

    Why did everyone hate this? I feel like it is their best work to date. It was definitely a grower. There are some stellar gems on the album and the severe nod to ELO is so much appreciated but still completely original and their own. Really a deep sounding album with a lot of levels.

    #7 This is my shit - 80KIDZ

    They make the best remixes on the planet. Take an already good song, add 80kidz and you have the next best thing to chocolate milk. So on an actual album release you can expect the best electronic around. This is my Shit is just too cool for school and induces an air for breaking everything around you while drinking what you're able.

    #6 Grand - Matt & Kim

    The very beginning of 2009 and still being played and longing for daylight on city streets. Definitely their most approachable release which did not alienate any of the previous fans! So much fun and so much life, this album is grand!

    #5 Manners - Passion Pit

    What a release! What great hype! Did not disappoint despite the high expectations all over 2008. So energetic, so catchy, and so requested all the time! And do you remember how there was a remix a day throughout all of 2009?

    #4 LP - Discovery

    So much better than both Ra Ra Riot and Vampire Weekend! Who knew the combination of the two would create this lo-fi electronic smooth jazz mix? The whole album has beautiful moments of music and the lyrics really touch on being young in the here and now.

    #3 You Need Pony Pony Run Run - Pony Pony Run Run

    So cool! So fresh! So French! Still relatively unknown and I don't know why. A perfect album through and through, really exciting and reminiscent of growing up in early 2000's. There's a lot going on in this album, but the breakout 'Hey You' garnered a thousand + remixes, all of which were great!

    #2 Family - Le Loup

    FAMILY! This album is really incredible. It is introspective and still worldly. They make the banjo cool again. It has a feel of being in the Himalayas and 'Sherpa' makes you want to be a better person through it's enlightened musical arrangements and intellectual lyrics.

    #1 Family - Think About Life

    FAMILY! Two albums named Family in 2009 and both are right here! This album is the second LP by Montreal band Think About Life and has completely surpassed their first effort. They're keeping the dance party alive with each and every track. Fresh samples, creepy dubs, bitching synths, and the best lead vocalist around, this band has got it all!


    Top Tracks of 2009!

    A list of the songs that I found to be the best of the year!

    #10Rapture - Data

    #9 Saddest Summer - The Drums

    #8 Lisztomania - Phoenix

    #7 Moth's Wings - Passion Pit

    #6 Ambling Alp - Yeasayer

    #5 Boy Toy - Starfucker

    #4 Xtatic Truth - Crystal Fighters

    #3 What Would I Want? Sky - Animal Collective

    #2 Never Forget You - Noisettes

    #1 She Wolf - Shakira
  • Top Albums of '08

    9. Jan. 2009, 22:43

    #25 The Coolest Thing About Love - The Smittens

    The best return of an old favorite ever. They even mention my home town in a song of theirs! The Smittens are the perfect twee band with the happiest songs all the while still retaining a certain heaviness to the lyrics. And most certainly are one of the funnest bands around.

    #24 At Mount Zoomer - Wolf Parade

    I was waiting for this album for so long. The side projects of Handsome Furs and Sunset Rubdown were excellent fodder and both made it on my list last year. This follow up to the first album is so different from what I was expecting. It is a mixture of the side influences into this conglomeration, which definitely isn't bad. I just miss the instant success of Apologies. Still, it is one crazy ride with some fantastic lyrics.

    #23 Who Killed Harry Houdini? - I'm from Barcelona

    What is this? The year of experimentation? I'm From Barcelona really changed it up with their second effort. At first I didn't know what to think. It threw away all the cheery-easy to sing along to-three sentence lyrics for actual attempts at deeper and longer songs, it's also much darker. And after a few listens I realized they pulled it off fantastically. I love the cheery bits: Paper Planes and Mingus, but the slower stuff is really great too like: Headphones and Ophelia. Nice job everyone!

    #22 O My Heart - Mother Mother

    Mother Mother is fucking weird. And fucking good. Nuff said.

    #21 Rearrange Us - Mates of State

    I didn't even know they released an album this year till my friend told me she listened to it. And Damn! How good was it when I got it! They've successfully made their continuing "epic" songs with Get Better (Amazing video too) and The Rearranger, and then the expected wonky upbeat tunes. The first half of this is stellar, the second half leaves me wanting to hear the first half again.

    #20 Santogold - Santogold

    Fuck the hype. She really made a name for herself this year. The album is something original and familiar at the same time and has some amazing beats. Lights Out and I'm A Lady were stand outs for me but the whole thing is solid. Plus all the remixes kept me interested each month. They just keep coming.

    #19 Do You Like Rock Music? - British Sea Power

    YES!! Goddamn this was a good album. And it came out so early in 2008 I almost forgot about it by years end. The opening and ending to the album are perfect to all degrees. It has some real amazing stuff in the middle too. It has this really big feeling to it without being over produced.

    #18 Who Killed Amanda Palmer - Amanda Palmer

    I never listened to the Dresden Dolls, but this fell into my show's rotation one day on the radio. And I instantly loved the whole thing. The album is extremely smart and tells fantastically played out stories with fucked up characters. Their is just so many levels to the whole album, it's really something. Who knew cabaret could sound so good?

    #17 Volume One - She & Him

    I was excited for this ever since I heard their demo's. The album delivered even more than I expected. Zooey Deschanel has a really memorable voice that is unlike any I've heard in recent years, and M. Ward is always good. This collaboration is fantastic and has a nostalgic feel to it reminiscent of the old doo-wop 50's stuff.

    #16 Voyager - Walter Meego

    I decided to listen to this simply because of the album cover. At the beginning there was nothing about them really, now they blew up on the blogosphere, and with good reason. This is damn funky. I love the beats and the trendiness to this, it feels so fresh despite the obvious look back to the 80's.

    #15 Pershing - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

    Listening back to all the albums of '08 this one always put a smile on my face. It's simple and easy going, almost twee-like but a little more functionality to it. A perfect middle of an album, not fantastic, not terrible, just right and just in time.

    #14 In Ghost Colours - Cut Copy

    Australia really made a name for itself this year with electronic. This was definitely my favorite, Van She being a close second. The album just feels like a better version of New Wave from the 80's than anything that decade could produce. I was never a fan of that era until the revisiting that 2008 artists did. This album in particular is just top notch all around. Feel the Love!

    #13 Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles

    8-bit has been awesome since it's entrance to the scene. And Crystal Castles really made it blow up. This shit is just bad ass and makes you want to take drugs.

    #12 Pop-up - Yelle

    I don't understand a word and I don't care. Ce Jeu is stuck in my head constantly. Je Veux Te Voir is slamming. Amour du Sol is just too cool. It has that exotic foreign appeal, the trendy 80's style, and infectious pop mixed with electronic.

    #11 Who Are We Missing? - Listening Party

    Made this discovery from the live show with Wolf Parade. They opened, and it twas amazing. Canada apparently has other places besides Montreal where good music comes from! This album has awesome instrumental experimentation backed by unique vocals. Really something great.

    #10 First Frost - The Lucksmiths

    They can do no wrong. I was so happy to hear that a new album was coming out of fear that they stopped making music. And this is no disappointment. It has the fantastic twee feeling I fell in love and their amazing lyrics that are seriously some of the most effective use of words ever sung.

    #9 Wake Up Thunderbabe - The Battle Royale

    Grungy garage electronic mixed with folk!? Awesome! The two styles are split from the beginning of the album and the later half but still mix quite well. It's their folk songs that are really amazing. Theirs so much fun between guy-girl vocals and a lot of great harmonies.

    #8 Teeth Lost, Hearts Won - The Grates

    More from Australia! Super catchy stuff! This whole album is fantastic in it's own right, each track could stand alone as the best track on the album. It has this really exciting feel to it that makes you happy.

    #7 We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed - Los Campesinos!

    Los Campesinos! released two albums this year! Oh wait, this is a record. Whatever. This one was my favorite of the two. It is not as nice and cheeky as the first, its a lot meaner and more emotional. Post apocalyptic clamor with pretentious lyrics and high pitched vocals!

    #6 Skeletal Lamping - of Montreal

    How fucking weird and fucking fantastic!? There is so much going on and really about 50 different songs in this what with all the changes in each track. The Noise and the experimentation is something to revel in. Nonpareil of Favor, An Eluardian Instance, Gallery Piece they all have something that makes you go "hot damn!"

    #5 Made in the Dark - Hot Chip

    Some of the hottest and smoothest singles around. It's got it all, funk leveled with sad and slow jams behind bad ass lyrics and nice beats.

    #4 Starfucker - Starfucker

    This is the perfect album through and through for sleep, laying back, studying, cool down or just whatever. It's got great tracks that are both memorable yet forgettable which for some reason actually works for this band. You're all "god that was good, how did it go again?" and you put it on repeat. Plus good on them for the tits name.

    #3 Arm's Way - Islands

    This is a fantastic follow up to Return To The Sea. It's completely alien from The Unicorns, and good riddance for shedding the image because this is something to be proud of. It has that type of staying power with you that hooks you in stays with you. And there is such a range, from the simple and catchy Creeper to the murderous story of I Feel Evil Creeping In. Plus just look at the album cover!

    #2 Glistening Pleasure - Natalie Portman's Shaved Head

    Simply awesome! They have fun and make bitching music and could care less about anything else. It's super fun, humorous, smart, and original. Bedroom Costume and L.A. Noir and Holding Hands In the Shower are just pure gems in any library.

    #1 Red Yellow & Blue - Born Ruffains

    Simply a perfect album. Every track is gold. It never gets old and has something different for each track. This is the perfect summer day, sunny afternoon, winter night, rainy week. It's everything.
  • Top Albums of '07

    30. Dez. 2007, 0:20

    #20 Flying Club Cup - Beirut

    The album really lightened me up toward Beirut. It's much more memorable than his first I think with a lot more gems hidden in it. "Nantes" "A Sunday Smile" and "The Flying Club Cup" are all amazing pieces of music.

    #19 Cassadaga - Bright Eyes

    I was always a slight listener to Bright Eyes with only a few songs here and there. However, this album is completely solid and doesn't hold all that whiny noise and mess I always associated with him. Most of the tracks are super powerful too.

    #18 Plague Park - Handsome Furs

    The instrumentation in this album is awesome. The synth and danceable beat of "Handsome Furs Hate This City" and "Dead + Rural" are tops in anyones library. It's just kick ass.

    #17 The One - Shinichi Osawa

    I never expected to find something like this on my travels in the interweb. This is the single best discovery I've come across in years. The beats and rythym to all the songs are infectious and memorable and energetic!

    #16 Sound Of Silver - LCD Soundsystem

    The first album always kind of put me off with its long tracks and surprisingly unimaginative beats for me. But this sophomore effort is absolutely amazing. The electronic is top notch and "All My Friends" is that kind of epic song everyone wishes they made. Although that one track can stand on its own, the other tracks are equally good in their own right

    #15 Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon - Devendra Banhart

    With songs like "Seahorse" and "Shabop Shalom" this album really makes this Devendra's best. The whole thing is wonderful and sleepy and deep!

    #14 Scream And Light Up The Sky - The Honorary Title

    It's so good to finally hear a new album from this band after their amazing first effort. This brings their sound into a more upbeat territory but makes it even more longlasting and memorable. Definitely moody and engaging.

    #13 Compass Rose Bouquet - Great Lakes Myth Society

    An altogether solid album with great variances in slow and fast songs featuring memorable lyrics.

    #12 In Our Bedroom After the War - Stars

    At first listen it was nothing special. Another go and I grew toward it, and then more listens and its become their best work. It's easily their most consistent effort.

    #11 Armchair Apocrypha - Andrew Bird

    This album is absolutely haunting. "Darkmatter" and "Fiery Crash" stay with you and build and build to a perfect climax and lead the way for the rest of the album.

    #10 Total Magique - We Are Wolves

    A Dance Party to ignite all dance parties. Electric and in your face powerful! It's just awesome.

    #9 Humanimals - Grand Ole Party

    An energetic band with a great rock sound and amazing vocalist. The whole album just screams bad ass with great yells and guitar work.

    #8 The Great Unwanted - Lucky Soul

    Sometimes I just need that happy pop sound and this is one of the best I've heard in a long time. Similar to the Pipettes but with a more girly-twangy vocalist and plain fun songs.

    #7 Guns Babes Lemonade - Muscles

    Bitching noise thats unique and upbeat and different and new! Muscles not only sounds great as far as the singing goes, the lyrics are awesome and the beats are infectious!

    #6 Under The Blacklight - Rilo Kiley

    I like this album a lot. It just shows Jenny and Blake having fun with their careers, it stays away from their melodramatic side projects and gives us in your face pop. "Breakin' Up" "15" and "Smoke Detector" are awesome tracks that lift me up and "Silver Lining" is one of their best ever.

    #5 Places Like This - Architecture in Helsinki

    With tracks like "Heart It Races" and "Like it Ar Not" this album had me playing it forever. And all the remixes that came out of it are equally as entertaining.

    #4 Random Spirit Lover - Sunset Rubdown

    The sound that came out of this album is so unique and infectious and mindblowing! Its hard to follow all thats going on but that makes the whole experience so much better. Anything involving Wolf parade can do no wrong.

    #3 Fill Up the Room - Saturday Looks Good To Me

    This effort is so much more developed and polished than previous efforts and it really paid off. I couldn't stop listening to the whole thing. It unravels masterfully and has such a fantastic twee/tweeless sound.

    #2 Challengers - The New Pornographers

    Easily their best album ever. Everything is just top notch from all the variances in vocalists. Dan Bejar really makes his songs known "Myriad Harbor" can not be denied as the coolest song of the year. And Neko Case throws in great emotion while A.C. rounds everything up absolutely perfectly.

    #1 Strawberry Jam - Animal Collective

    !!!!This was stunning when I first it. Extremely addicting and completely in your face. It is not as expiremental and screamy as they used to be but when the screams come they come in all the right places just when you want them. It gives you more when you want more and the lyrical wok is impressive to say the least. Everything that is going on in this album pushes it to the next level and makes this one to remember for a long time!
  • Top Albums of '06

    18. Jan. 2007, 5:22

    20. Elefant - The Black Magic Show

    19. People In Planes - As Far As The Eye Can See

    18. The Essex Green - Cannibal Sea

    17. Secret Machines - Ten Silver Drops

    16. The Hold Steady - Boys and Girls in America

    15. The Blue Van - Dear Independence

    14. Slow Runner - No Disassemble

    13. Islands - Return to the Sea

    12. Aberfeldy - Do Whatever Turns You On

    11. Crystal Skulls - Outgoing Behavior

    10. The Concretes - In Colour

    9. Snow Patrol - Eyes Open

    8. The Pipettes - We Are the Pipettes

    7. The Zutons - Tired of Hanging Around

    6. Margot and the Nuclear So & So's - The Dust of Retreat

    5. Anathallo - Floating World

    4. Oh No! Oh My! - Oh No! Oh My!

    3. The Format - Dog Problems

    2. Razorlight - Razorlight

    1. The Elected - Sun, Sun, Sun

  • Live in '06

    1. Dez. 2006, 5:03