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Top 10 CDs of 2007
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mudcub
One of my favorite things is to read "top ten" lists at the end of the year. It's a great way of finding out about new bands/movies/books that I had never heard of. So... here are some of my top picks of the year:

Mudcub's Favorite CDs of 2007
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1. Bruce Springsteen "Magic"
2. Amy Winehouse "Back To Black"
3. The Knife "Silent Shout"
4. Joanna Newsome "Ys"
5. The New Pornographers "Challengers"
6. Mika "Life In Cartoon Motion"
7. Spoon "Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga"
8. Fountains of Wayne "Traffic & Weather"
9. Richard Thompson "Sweet Warrior"
10. Cloud Cult "The Meaning of 8"
Thom Yorke "The Eraser"
Nine Inch Nails "Year Zero"
They Might Be Giants "The Else"
Patton Oswald "Werewolves and Lollipops"
Kaiser Chiefs "Yours Truly Angry Mob"
Jose Gonzalez "Veneer"
The White Stripes "Icky Thump"
Kid Koala "Your Mom's Favorite DJ"
Bloc Party "A Weekend In The City"
Sum 41 "Underclass Hero"
Imperial Teen "The Hair, The TV, The Baby, And The Band"
The Hives "Black And White Album"
M.I.A. "Kala"
The Pipettes "We Are The Pipettes"
Interpol "Our Love To Admire"
Liars "Liars"
Midlake "The Trials Of Van Occupanther"
The National "Boxer"
Art Brut "It's A Bit Complicated"
The Magic Numbers "Those The Brokes"
The Apples In Stereo "New Magnetic Wonder"
The Kooks "Inside In/ Inside Out"
Jim Noir "Tower Of Love"
Field Music "Tones Of Town"
The Decemberists "The Crane Wife"
Bad Religion "New Maps Of Hell"
The Polyphonic Spree "The Fragile Army"
John Doe "A Year In The Wilderness"
The Fratellis "Costello Music"
The Lemonheads "The Lemonheads"
Arcade Fire "Neon Bible"
Low "Drums And Guns"
Andrew Bird "Armchair Apocrypha"
Kings Of Leon "Because Of The Times"
Cod War Kids "Robbers & Cowards"
Dan Wilson "Free Life"
Annie Lennox "Songs Of Mass Destruction"
Nineteen Nineties "Cookies"

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too bad you didn't get to hear them on vinyl yet - both the Springsteen and the Amy Winehouse are WAY better in analog, ditto the Annie Lennox, and don't even get me started on the White Stripes.....

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Mike is pure bubblegum pop. I like the CD a lot, though if his sophomore effort is more of the same, it might be waaaay too much. Plus, I'm tired of his "is he or isn't he?" coyness about his sexuality.

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