Belated USSM 2007 Music post

DMZ · January 17, 2008 at 9:08 pm · Filed Under Off-topic ranting 

The last off-season post was a hit with some people and annoying to others. If you’re in the latter group, please, don’t read any further.

Plug: here’s the unofficial USSM group.

DMZ’s Top Ten of 07, not in a particular order

LCD Soundsystem, Sound of Silver. I feel the same way I did about “Funeral” — I listened to it a couple of times and it was good, and then there was one listen where I just got it.

The National, Boxer. Mmmmmmm. Ridiculously good listening.

Modest Mouse, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. I love Modest Mouse so much.

Neon Bible, Arcade Fire.

The Meaning of 8, Cloud Cult.

Myth Takes, !!!

Learn to Sing Like a Star, Kirsten Hersh. I really like this album, but it also kind of grates on me to the point I don’t listen to it that often.

Disclaimer on the next entries: I once listened to a lot of shoegaze. Now I’m listening to Mogwai… so bands like Explosions in the Sky and Worker Bee start off with a huge advantage.

All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone, Explosions in the Sky

Divorce Your Legs, Worker Bee. Worker Bee is ridiculously obscure. They have some tracks on their myspace page.

You, You’re a History in Rust, Do Make Say Think. Yup.

Other stuff I listened to a lot: MIA’s Kala, A Weekend in the City, Bloc Party, Love of Diagrams’ Mosaic, The Reminder, Feist, Alright, Still, Lily Allen (this was hilarious to listen to while in London, War Stories, UNKLE, uhhh… I realize I could go on for a long, long time. I think the only thing super critically-acclaimed I didn’t get was Radiohead, which I haven’t even listened to. I feel like — okay, so I’m a huge beer drinker. I don’t like Mack & Jack’s at all. I’ve had it a couple of times, and I don’t hate it, it’s not disgusting, and when people tell me why they like it, I can see why, but I still don’t like the taste.

That’s how I feel when people talk to me about Radiohead. Yes, I understand that I should like them, given the other music I’m into. But I don’t.

Anyway. KEXP’s year-end list was quite good. We’re fortunate here to have KEXP in town, even if it means sometimes you tune in and get CGx44’s “Two Hours of Faint Office Noises and Anti-melodic Scratching Show”.


100 Responses to “Belated USSM 2007 Music post”

  1. trentonkyle on January 18th, 2008 9:06 am

    5. Arcade Fire Neon Bible
    4. White Stripes Icky Thump
    3. Radiohead In Rainbows
    2. The National Boxer
    1. LCD Soundsystem Sound of Silver

    For a full year-end recap click:

  2. cthor on January 18th, 2008 9:30 am

    Jesu – Conqueror / Lifeline
    Queens of the Stone Age – Eva Vulgaris
    Neurosis – Given to the Rising
    Pelican – City of Echoes
    Baroness – Red Album
    Dillinger Escape Plan – Ire Works

    Someone had to post some heavier stuff.

  3. Evan on January 18th, 2008 9:45 am

    I was looking forward to this post all year so I could hype the new Nightwish album…

    …but the new Nightwish album isn’t that good.

  4. Nayners on January 18th, 2008 9:51 am

    I am a lurker no more!
    Long time reader, first time writer.

    Great lists guys. I’m a little shocked that anyone could hate on “Neon Bible”.

    Here’s mine: No order.

    Brand New(God and the Devil are Raging Inside
    Me) Late 06 or early 07, can’t remember?

    Daft Punk (Alive 2007)

    Aqueduct (or Give me Death)

    High Contrast (Tough Guys Don’t Dance)One of the best broken beat albums of recent years.

    Arcade Fire (Neon Bible)

    M.I.A. (Kala)

    Boys Noize (Oi Oi Oi) Fans of Justice may like.

    Letdowns are:
    Emery (I’m only a Man)
    Chemical Brothers (We are the Night)
    That UnderOath didn’t release another album.

  5. marc w on January 18th, 2008 10:11 am

    48 –
    good call on Menomena. Not in my top 5, but I really should’ve listed ‘Wet and Rusting’ in the best songs of the year.

    I must sadly consign the Brunettes album to the ‘Disappointing’ bin. They released a song years ago back in new zealand called Polyester meets Acetate, and it was a brilliant, brilliant pop song. Nothing they’ve ever done since comes close, but that one song makes me sort of excited whenever I hear they have something new.

  6. Shizane on January 18th, 2008 10:27 am

    Ahhhhhh! Everyone and their indy music (or whatever you call it). Time for an infusion of some major label albums for consideration….unfortunately a lot of my favorite bands/artists did not release albums during 2007, so here are some that did.

    I really enjoyed: Freeway – Free At Last, Silverchair – Young Modern, Musiq – Luvanmusiq, Chevelle – Vena Sera

    I moderately enjoyed: Smashing Pumpkins – Zeitgeist, Bloodsimple – Red Harvest

    I was disappointed by: Sevendust – Alpha

    2008 will hopefully see some new releases from Lamb of God, Nothingface, Mudvayne, Deftones, and perhaps Mastodon.

  7. DMZ on January 18th, 2008 10:47 am

    I really like Mastodon — seriously — but their last CD was engineered like shit. Nearly unlistenable to me. Out of curiousity, I loaded it into Audacity and it looks like a big sausage, chopped peaks and everything, like the last Snow Patrol album (which I also (somewhat guiltily) enjoyed and stopped listening to). Loudness Wars ahoy.

  8. xxtinynickxx on January 18th, 2008 10:59 am

    I dont think i understood this post very well cus i was still asleep when i posted so here are my fav albums of 07…… was hard to come up with this list but ya i think its a good one and 07 was not the best year for music but 08 is gonna be off the hook and has been so far!

    Comeback Kid- Broadcasting….
    Defiance OH- The Fear the Fear the Fear
    The Good the Bad and the Queen – S/T
    Hot Cross – Risk Revival
    Hot Rod Circuit – The Underground is a Dying Breed
    Love Me Destroyer – The Things Around us Burn
    Akimbo – Navigating the Bronze
    Voodoo Glow Skulls – Southern California Street Music
    Agnostic Front – Warriors
    Automatic 7 – At Funeral Speed

  9. astroboy on January 18th, 2008 10:59 am

    I agree with you wholeheartedly on the Mastadon.

  10. David* on January 18th, 2008 11:00 am

    Mastodon engineered like poop? Matt Bayles is one of the greatest producers alive and have rarely (never) found anything of his to be short of spectacular.

    My list, not in any order:

    Minus the Bear – Planet of Ice
    Low – Drums and Guns
    Menomena – Friend and Foe
    The National – Boxer
    Beirut – Flying Club Cup
    Iron & Wine – The Shepherd’s Dog
    St. Vincent – Marry Me
    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Some Loud Thunder
    Portugal. The Man – Church Mouth
    Enon – Grass Geysers Carbon Clouds

    Seriously people, ENON. Thanks.

  11. marc w on January 18th, 2008 11:16 am

    Enon is great, but GGCC was…disappointing. God, but I’ve used that word a lot. High Society, now that’s an Enon album.

  12. Steven Stadnicki on January 18th, 2008 11:55 am

    Digging through the music I added this year, I’m really struck by how disappointed I was in 2007 musically. There was some decent stuff out there, but there was a stack of disappointments too. A couple of things I haven’t seen anyone mention yet:

    Abdominal – Escape From The Pigeon Hole: This hasn’t seen US release yet AFAIK, but Amazon (or Vancouver) aren’t so far away. A Canadian MC who’s done some amazing work with DJ Format; this is his official solo debut. Fantastic flow, funny and clever; he could stand to work on his hooks, but his verses rock. Check out a few tastes at, of all things, his MySpace page:

    Crowded House – Time On Earth: it’s not as good as their old stuff, of course, but Neil Finn still has it and I’m surprised this album didn’t get more attention.

    Galactic – From The Corner To The Block: Yeah, it’s a little jam-bandy, but it definitely has its moments, with all the usual guest-rapper suspects (Lyrics Born, Gift of Gab, Chali 2na) doing fine jobs.

    Jesse Sykes – Like, Love, Lust and the Open Halls of the Soul: kind of uneven, but at its best, the syrupy country on stuff like “Spectral Beings” just sucks me in.

    I spent a lot of time listening to the Okami soundtrack, and of course to “Still Alive”, but those are definitely more personal choices than stuff I’d recommend to everyone. And one last: even though I found the album as a whole really uneven, I fell in love with Patti Smith’s cover of “Smells Like Teen Spirit”…

  13. xxtinynickxx on January 18th, 2008 12:02 pm

    Iron and WIne are good i didnt think to put that album

  14. msb on January 18th, 2008 12:09 pm

    The last off-season post was a hit with some people and annoying to others.

    I generally find these lists fascinating, because I haven’t heard anything on the lists…

  15. vj on January 18th, 2008 12:17 pm

    re Alaskan (#45): Plant/Kraus is interesting. Sounds a lot different than I expected. And All Songs Considered seems to be a good program. You can download mp3s of various live performances, there.

  16. bill1410 on January 18th, 2008 12:31 pm

    marc w, I agree completely about “Dashboard” – not good and nothing like old-school MM. (But I am certainly more than happy about their economic success, which is predicated on songs like that and “Float On”).

    On the other hand, there’s a lot in my opinion on the latest album that is great, and very old-school. The entire second half of the record – from “Little Motel” through “Spitting Venom” and “People as Places as People” is excellent and hearkens right back to LCW or This is a Long Drive… Plus, there are some moments in the early, poppier part of the album (“Fire It Up” and “Parting of the Sensory”) that are quite good, in my opinion.

    I’m not trying to convince anyone, but I don’t think Modest Mouse has sold out or changed their sound that dramatically, at least not on this album. Does it compare to LCW? No, of course not. But it’s still a great album.

  17. DMZ on January 18th, 2008 12:57 pm

    I can’t believe that any producer worth respecting would engineer something with the clipping of that last Mastodon CD.

    You can search for more information — I looked it up after I saw it and people had posted waveforms showing the chopped peaks and stuff.

  18. Bo on January 18th, 2008 1:02 pm

    Long-time lurker, first-time poster. I thought I’d throw out my list since it’s substantially different than most on here.

    10.Sundowner – Four One Five Two Best track: “Steal Your Words”
    9.The Aggrolites – Reggae Hit L.A. Best track: “Reggae Hit L.A.”
    1960s-style dancehall reggae. Lots of fun.
    8.Defiance Ohio – The Fear, The Fear, The Fear
    Best track: “The List”
    7.Bayside – The Walking Wounded Best track: “I and I”
    6.Big D and the Kids Table – Strictly Rude
    The party album of the year. Fun,fast and danceable two-tone ska.
    Best track: “Noise Complaint”
    5.Fake Problems – How Far Our Bodies Go
    Best track: “Maestro of this Rebellious Symphony”
    4.Look Mexico – This Is Animal Music
    This album is beautiful, beginning to end. It’s low-key indie rock, and judging from most of the lists on here, a lot of you would love it.
    Best track: “You Come Into My House, While I Sleep?”
    3.The Gaslight Anthem – Sink Or Swim
    If Springsteen played punk rock.
    Best track: “We Came To Dance”
    2.Against Me! – New Wave
    These guys finally got mainstream attention this year, and it was a long time coming. Great rock album, and one of the best live bands on the planet.
    Best track: “New Wave”
    1.Streetlight Manifesto – Somewhere In The Between
    Can’t say enough good about this one. Amazing horn section, great melodies, and my favorite of the year.
    Best track: “What A Wicked Gang Are We”

  19. Chris Miller on January 18th, 2008 1:03 pm

    I don’t get that, when I record guitar and vocals on my home computer it’s really easy to avoid clipping by just turning down the inputs and using a compressor, that’s really basic stuff.

  20. DMZ on January 18th, 2008 1:12 pm

    It’s the loudness wars. I don’t at all think people who engineer these albums are shocked when they see clipping and everything sounds like mush.

  21. huelsdonk on January 18th, 2008 1:16 pm

    Wow, lots of good stuff here.

    Avett Brothers’ Emotionalism is a fantastic record. I also really liked the Two Gallants and Blitzen Trapper offerings

  22. mike on January 18th, 2008 1:17 pm

    My favorites were, in no order:

    Les Savy Fav
    Neil Young – Massey Hall 1971
    Animal Collective – Strawberry Jam
    Queens of the Stone Age – Era Vulgaris
    Modest Mouse
    Thurston Moore – Trees Outside the Academy
    LCD Soundsystem

    And the best of 2008 is already being spread around: Stephen Malkmus “Real Emotional Trash” is totally badassed.

  23. Steven Stadnicki on January 18th, 2008 2:25 pm

    DMZ, have you listened to the first track off the most recent Clap Your Hands Say Yeah disc? Deliberately clipped, crunchy drums. The listener in me says it’s an interesting effect; the engineer in me cringes every time I hear it…

  24. Dayve on January 18th, 2008 2:34 pm

    Iron and Wine is pretty much Neil Young/Birds/Etc on the same amount of drugs but less polished songwriting skills and crappier recording equipment. It comes around again and again….

  25. jv on January 18th, 2008 2:43 pm

    The squashing and clipping is usually done at the mastering stage. In other words, Matt Bayles probably had nothing to do with it. The producer/engineer sends it to a mastering engineer who does the crunching. And I think the mastering engineers are pressured by the labels (who don’t want their stuff to be “quieter” than the other labels). It is a real problem these days, to the point where I find many new releases unlistenable. BTW, does anybody else think the new Arcade Fire sounds a lot like Echo and the Bunnymen?

  26. Alaskan on January 18th, 2008 2:47 pm

    74 (Dayve),

    Pretty much anything worth anything comes around again and again, music-wise.

  27. Alaskan on January 18th, 2008 2:51 pm

    Random note for music lovers:
    is a really interesting place to find live performances from various artists, free for download. I’m enjoying getting Nickel Creek, who have a history of doing some great, random covers (Short People, Morning Bell, Toxic, Up On Cripple Creek, etc). Anyway, happy hunting.

  28. Jim Thomsen on January 18th, 2008 3:00 pm

    I don’t mean to start a flame war, but it sure seems like a lot of you let John Richards do your musical thinking for you. A lot of these selections just seem to parrot KEXP playlists.

  29. DMZ on January 18th, 2008 3:10 pm



    Well, I’m not sure how much of finding music I like I owe to the people I talk to and what I read and what I listen to… but without granting your premise, I’d say “I could pick someone worse to do my musical thinking for me.”

  30. marc w on January 18th, 2008 3:12 pm

    If that were true, Jim, we’d all be talking about the Blakes.
    Here’s john’s list
    #1 The national (ok, fair, there’s some overlap, but have you fucking heard this?)
    2. Pela – Anytown Graffiti (Great Society)
    3. Vampire Weekend – Vampire Weekend (self-released)
    4. The White Stripes – Icky Thump (Warner Bros)
    5. Common – Finding Forever (Good/Geffen)
    6. Blue Scholars – Bayani (Rawkus)
    7. Peter Bjorn and John – Writer’s Block (Wichita)
    8. Maps – We Can Create (Mute)
    9. Interpol – Our Love to Admire (Capitol)
    10. Arcade Fire – Neon Bible (Merge)

    Doesn’t look like my list, or just about anyone else’s here. He’s got some overlap with DMZ, but things like Arcade fire of Modest Mouse were plugged by more than just John Richards.

    ftr, I live in Tacoma, just barely outside KEXP’s transmitter range. I would LOVE to have John Richards do some legwork for me, but it’s not an option.

  31. mike on January 18th, 2008 3:23 pm

    Hey Marc I’m in the north end and with an FM antenna on my home stereo I can pull it in cleanly. However, the car is another story.

  32. Jim Thomsen on January 18th, 2008 3:23 pm

    Then again, if we were true KEXP slaves, we’d all be spending a lot of money on Tibetian nose-flute music.

  33. beef on January 18th, 2008 3:26 pm

    I don’t mean to start a flame war, but it sure seems like a lot of you let John Richards do your musical thinking for you. A lot of these selections just seem to parrot KEXP playlists.

    whereas he plays things people like to hear? but also what do you expect living in the seattle area. access through the radio and the internets provides a wide base and easy listening experience. personally i wish john would shut up more. nothing drives me to switch the radio station more than the 15 minutes of overlap between him and cheryl when they talk about their personal lives.

    but as far as new music to listen to, there just aren’t a lot of alternatives without some serious effort and luck involved to discover them.

    here are some more – all which got significant play throughout the year on kexp and probably nowhere else 🙂

    sharon jones & the dap kings – 100 Days & 100 Nights (more soul than the last album but she is soul sister number one. they continue to put on the greatest shows on earth.)

    budos band – budos band II – hard driving funk, same label as sharon jones (Daptone Records)

    antibalas – security – long live Fela

    orgone – the killion fields (LA based soulfunk includes members from breakestra)

    anything with afrobeat/funk/hard driving horns is usually a winner in my book

    blah blah blah.

  34. vj on January 18th, 2008 4:11 pm

    Not really music of 2007 but related to the last season:
    The term “Funk Blast” was coined after a fine collection of classic funk that should still be available at the EMP gift store. At least that’s where I bought it several years ago.

  35. marc w on January 18th, 2008 4:20 pm

    Dude! Good call on the budos band. THAT was one of the best shows of last year. About 15 people on a tuesday night at Neumos. Awesome, awesome, awesome.

    I was actually a bit disappointed in the new Sharon Jones. Maybe I’m just not listening right.

  36. Bremerton guy on January 18th, 2008 4:48 pm

    Hey Jim Thomsen,

    Are you listening to the same KEXP I am? That kind of stuff only comes on Monday night from 6 to 9.

  37. xxtinynickxx on January 18th, 2008 5:35 pm

    and before there were followers of KEXP there were followers of KGRG and if things were reversed again, you would probably see more of a list following what KGRG plays which is somewhat the same thing haha.

  38. DMZ on January 18th, 2008 6:09 pm

    Way to contribute substantially to the discussion there, tiny nick.

  39. thirdbase on January 18th, 2008 10:14 pm

    I agree with whoever suggested the new High Contrast. Hospital records is churning out some excellent stuff. Justice’s album was damn good too.

    I see no one has suggested any Blonde Redhead. Thier album 23 is great. Shoegazer lives. Oh, speaking of which apparently My Bloody Valentine are reunited. They actually have tour dates! But only in like Britain.

    No one’s mentioned any rap either. I like Kanye’s Graduation a lot. Among other records, the last Wu-Tang record, 8 Diagrams, has grown on me a lot in the past few days.

  40. Bretticus on January 19th, 2008 12:09 am

    I have strange tastes in music, but here it goes…

    “Manipulator” by the Fall of Troy

    “Planet of Ice” by Minus the Bear (speaking of bands with Bear in the title, I re-discovered Bear vs. Shark this year. What a disappointing breakup…)

    “Tera Melos” by Tera Melos

    “Drugs to the Dear Youth” by Tera Melos

    Song: “Girls Like Status” by The Hold Steady

    Song: “Misfits and Mistakes” by Superchunk

    “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank” by Modest Mouse

    “A Natural Death” by HORSE the Band

    “Church Mouth” by Portugal. the Man

    “These are Jokes” by Demetri Martin (he’s a musical comedian)

    “Young Machetes” by The Blood Brothers

    “The Pick of Destiny” by Tenacious D

    “Blood, Sweat, and Swords” by Mon Frere (or was this 2006?)

    “Return to the Sea” by Islands

    So many more I’m probably forgetting, but these are the ones I’m listening the most to.

  41. Mike G. on January 19th, 2008 1:08 am

    Dinosaur Jr. – “Beyond”
    Blitzen Trapper – “Wild Mountain Nation”
    Ted Leo/Pharmacists – “Living With The Living”
    Modest Mouse – “WWDBTSES”
    Of Montreal – “Hissing Fauna, Are you The Destroyer?”

    Of Montreal put out my top album of the year. I thought it would get more love here, maybe the carnival atmosphere squares some off.

    And for those of you who want Modest Mouse to keep making LCW, get over it. If they stayed frozen in 1997 we would have missed out on The Moon And Antarctica.

  42. beef on January 19th, 2008 10:57 am

    Of Montreal put out my top album of the year. I thought it would get more love here, maybe the carnival atmosphere squares some off.

    i agree on that one. i had no idea who they were before this album. i went and checked their back catalog and was overjoyed. quickly bought all of their albums. i know it’s a big leap/comparison but their musical progression and multi layered fantasies give me a lot of beatlesque fantasies.

    i listened to this album so much, i forgot it was released in 2007.

    the only problem with them is the couple times i’ve seen them live it’s hard to translate the album experience into a live show at times.

    wheee. i obviously have a lot more to contribute music wise than mariner wise.

  43. andy w on January 19th, 2008 2:44 pm

    A few things I enjoyed from the past year, I think at least a couple have been mentioned earlier in the comments:

    1. Efterklang – Under Giant Trees
    2. Adjagas – Adjagas
    3. Super Furry Animals – Hey Venus!
    4. Low – Drums and Guns
    5. Tunng – Good Arrows
    6. Sigur Ros – Hvarf/Heim
    7. Andrew Bird – Armchair Aprocrypha
    8. Bill Callahan – Woke on a Whaleheart
    9. Efterklang – Parades
    10. Euros Childs – Bore Da

    As for next year, I’m eagerly awaiting the new Mogwai album…

  44. hawgdriver on January 19th, 2008 10:42 pm

    2007 was by all accounts a Sexsonsque year for me musically. Neon Bible sounded too precious, Sky Blue Sky too uninspired, WWD… …catchy but somehow flat. Wincing the Night Away was a huge drop off for me. …and you will know us by the trail of dead’s release was abysmal. Nothing stood out, everything disappointed. In August I got into Minus the Bear…in an over the top way, really, as hungry as I was for something good. But when I went to the concert I was disillusioned and unable to listen to them the same way. I mean, the keyboardist wasn’t even playing the instrument, and the mindless pothead throng didn’t notice. It was obvious to me that Matt Bayles is to them as Brock is to MM, but he’s mailing in live performances. It was disgraceful, and I felt shammed.

    The only album I can include is by Small Leaks Sink Ships “Until the World is Happy…” but I think it’s actually a 2006 release. give “Sick on Substance” a listen on // it’s ok.

    Past two years the best thing I’ve come across is Wolfparade’s lone album. But happy day! as I have some more leads from everyone here.

  45. Avery on January 20th, 2008 6:14 am

    Nice list. It’s missing Spoon – Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga but otherwise solid.

  46. daveblev on January 20th, 2008 8:52 am

    nice to see Andrew Bird mentioned…and “planet of ice”…the new Dino Jr. album was good too….alot of good bands reunited last year. I have listened to “under the boards” by Saves The Day since I bought it, I liked the previous one better, but nothing will compare to their “through being cool” album.

  47. firova2 on January 20th, 2008 2:40 pm

    Most of what I buy is old (often pre-rock old), but here are some exceptions that stood out last year:

    Rock: Radiohead, In Rainbows. For anyone who can’t get into this band, just try the track “Jigsaw Falling Into Place.” I thought Amy Winehouse was fun even though we could i.d. the Motown homages/ripoffs, Wilco’s effort was indeed disappointing, hot new guitarist at all, and Bruce Springsteen’s record played well despite a muddy mix. “Long Walk Home” stood out for me.

    Jazz: Michael Brecker, Pilgrimage. It sounds to me like jazz has a smaller market share on this site than it does at large (less than 3 percent). Brecker died after making this, but it is one amazing final effort. Runner-up: Metheny Mehldau Quartet.

    Country: Lyle Lovett, It’s Not Big It’s Large. Not at the level of his classic material, but there is a ruminative quality to this that gets to me.

    Soundrack: Once. Put me onto the Frames, old news to a lot of people, but I immediately got Fitzcarraldo as an import and I’m going for more.

  48. lordbison on January 21st, 2008 12:07 pm

    Long time reader, first time poster. Looks like pretty much everyone already had their say on this, but I saw enough deviation in my list to warrant a post. Here’re my 12 favorite records of 2007:

    12. The Ponys – Turn the Lights Out
    11. Band of Horses – Cease to Begin
    10. Partman Parthorse – P.M.P.H.
    09. Love of Diagrams – Mosaic
    08. The White Stripes – Icky Thump
    07. Grinderman – s/t
    06. Les Savy Fav – Let’s Stay Friends
    05. The Cave Singers – Invitation Songs
    04. BRMC – Baby 81
    03. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Is Is EP
    02. LCD Soundsystem – Sound of Silver
    01. Interpol – Our Love to Admire

    For more in-depth description, check out NW Music Blog. Hopefully, HTML is ok.

  49. Graham on January 21st, 2008 12:15 pm

    I wholeheartedly approve of any list that has Baby 81 on it.

  50. Mike G. on January 22nd, 2008 12:37 am

    I didn’t include it because I don’t consider soundtracks albums but I love the Juno OST.

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