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Best Albums of 2009…according to Terry Lane

Terry Lane - Wednesday 23.12.09, 16:51pm

And here’s another post in the ‘Best Albums of 2009‘ series; and this is my list.

There has been some great albums in 2009.  From the experimental sounds of Tempelhof to the retro sounds of Girls and The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart.  The industrial noise dancefloor of Fuck Buttons to the cheesy Euro electro pop of Little Boots. Heavy rock from the best supergroup, The Dead Weather to the lad-tastic indie rock of Kasabian, back to their best with West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum.

These albums include some of my favourite singles of 2009 too, including: Jay-ZEmpire State of Mind, Yeah Yeah YeahsZero, The Pains Of Being Pure At HeartCome Saturday, The Dead WeatherTreat Me Like Your Mother, SpiritualizedSoul On Fire, Fuck ButtonsSurf Solar, Jamie TSticks n StonesThe LongcutRepeated and Lust For Life & Hellhole Ratrace by Girls.

Best Albums of the Year 2009 according to Terry Lane

1.    Yeah Yeah Yeahs – It’s Blitz

2.    The Big Pink – A Brief History of Love

3.    The Pains of Being Pure At Heart – The Pains of Being Pure At Heart

4.    Doves – Kingdom of Rust

5.    Little Boots – Hands

6.    Kasabian – West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum

7.    The Dead Weather – Horehound

8.    The Longcut – Open Hearts

9.    Tempelhof – We Were Not There From The Beginning. We Won’t Be There For The End

10.    Eddy Current Suppression Ring  – Primary Colours

11.    Spiritualized – Songs in A & E

12.    Fuck Buttons – Tarot Sport

13.    Jay-Z – The Blueprint III

14.    Girls – Album

15.    Jamie T – Sticks n Stones Digg Technorati Blinklist Furl Reddit
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  • 1 Music Rant // Jan 21, 2010 at 2:22 pm

    The Big Pink definitely deserve their spot in the top 2, fantastic album – the title track goes down as one of my fav songs of 2009. and of course Doves, one of the great modern British bands came back with another fantastic album.

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