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Album · 2011 · 10 Songs. Right On, Desert Storm - Single. Desert Storm & Silicone Soul. Christmas Groove, Vol. 2. Various Artists. Waiting All Night - EP.
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Beyond that, we've had the Top 100 Tracks, The Year in Photos, The Best of Pitchfork. tv, The Worst Album Covers, and The Top Music Videos. In the continual 1990s Memory Lane cruise that was 2011, Wild Flag managed to sidestep the pitfalls of nostalgia. It was no small feat for a group that pulls all four of its members from some of that decade's best guitar bands: Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss of Sleater-Kinney, Mary Timony of Helium and Autoclave, and Rebecca Cole of the Minders. But rather than looking back, Wild Flag aims for something timeless.
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On his best album in more than 20 years, Simon fuses the worldhugging bounce of Graceland with the conversational elegance and attention to detail that's served him for 50 years. He's the only guy who can sing a line like "The CAT scan's eye sees what the heart's concealing," over Indian percussion, and have it roll out as smooth as doo-wop. The most anticipated event-album of 2011 was a sound-the-trumpets supergroup record of a magnitude scarcely seen. What could have been a crash-and-burn anticlimax turned out to be as fun as any record in a dog's age. From the cinematic "No Church in the Wild" to the Stax-soul update "Otis," Throne testifies to Kanye West's genius for beats both iconoclastic and pop-savvy.
Wu fans may now rejoice as Ghostface Killah’s tenth studio album Rise of the Ghostface Killah has. By Davis Huynh/Apr 16, 2013.
Annie Clark’s third album is not only her best yet, but her most beguiling too. Touching on the sheer weirdness that started creeping out of Brit-rock in the late ’60s (Bowie, Abbey Road-era Beatles) and combining it with the same ‘anything goes’ sensibilities of Kurt Vile and Ariel Pink, she’s become a siren for intelligent, pure alt-rock. There are many, many reasons to call ‘Let England Shake’ a masterpiece and the best record of 2011. So let’s just stick with this one, shall we? PJ Harvey’s 10th studio album is, at root, a work of serious engagement with the world, at a time when people on every continent seem to be grasping the importance of doing just that.
|1||–The Dogbones||The Whole World Is Weird|
|3||–Bleech||I Wanna Be Me|
|4||–Lesbian Bed Death||Halloween|
|5||–Heaven The Axe||Electric Wire|
|6||–Sanquine||Live, Consume, Drive|
|7||–Piss Ant||Speak Up|
|9||–Planet Eyelash||Denise Disease|
|14||–The Duel||Troubled England|
|15||–Rock In Your Pocket||Doubtbox|
|16||–Siamese Twist||Go! (Upside Down)|
|18||–Never The Last Breath||Back Down|
|20||–Kiria||Johnny Kissed Madison|