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Top 50 Songs of 2009 [#40-31]

I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra sales there but in the meanwhile, ampoule here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra canada sale but in the meanwhile, sildenafil medical here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, illness however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra sales there but in the meanwhile, ampoule here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra sales there but in the meanwhile, ampoule here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra canada sale but in the meanwhile, sildenafil medical here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, illness however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra sales there but in the meanwhile, ampoule here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

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No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, cialis generic viagra but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra sickness but in the meanwhile, medicine here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, unhealthy however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
In 2009, generic viagra cialis indie heroes found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, malady and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra buy viagra but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra sickness but in the meanwhile, medicine here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, unhealthy however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
In 2009, generic viagra cialis indie heroes found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, malady and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Take It Underground, King Wilkie (from King Wilkie Presents The Wilkie Family Singers).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra canada sale but in the meanwhile, sildenafil medical here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, illness however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
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Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home perfectly matches the wistful lyrics

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra sickness but in the meanwhile, medicine here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, unhealthy however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
In 2009, generic viagra cialis indie heroes found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, malady and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Take It Underground, King Wilkie (from King Wilkie Presents The Wilkie Family Singers).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
If 2008 was the beginning of mainstream’s flirtation with indie music, generic cialis sales then 2009 was outright groping – we’re talking second base.  Indie heroes suddenly found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009.  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their sleeves, there and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home perfectly matches the wistful lyrics

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
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Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, viagra Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra ampoule but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself to make ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra physician but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra buy viagra but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra sickness but in the meanwhile, medicine here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, unhealthy however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
In 2009, generic viagra cialis indie heroes found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, malady and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
If 2008 was the year Indie started to make headway into the mainstream, viagra sale tadalafil then 2009 certainly has to be the year it

50.
50. Dinosaur, viagra sales viagra Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).

49. Ladies, generic cialis Lee Fields (from My World).

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Take It Underground, King Wilkie (from King Wilkie Presents The Wilkie Family Singers).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
If 2008 was the beginning of mainstream’s flirtation with indie music, generic cialis sales then 2009 was outright groping – we’re talking second base.  Indie heroes suddenly found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009.  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their sleeves, there and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home perfectly matches the wistful lyrics

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
If 2008 was the beginning of mainstream’s flirtation with indie music, cialis canada remedy then 2009 was outright groping – we’re talking second base.  Indie heroes suddenly found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009.  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their sleeves, pilule and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

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49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
If 2008 was the beginning of mainstream’s flirtation with indie music, cialis buy nurse then 2009 was outright groping – we’re talking second base.  Indie heroes suddenly found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, cialis generic sildenafil and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, buy viagra Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below).  What’s that?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, buy viagra physician but in the meanwhile, viagra sale here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim-Buy Here).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us-Buy Here).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend-Buy Here).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy-Buy Here).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate-Buy Here).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead-Buy Here).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago-Buy Here).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound-Buy Here).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know-Buy Here).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr-Buy Here).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular-Buy Here).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park-Buy Here).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science-Buy Here).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All-Buy Here).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I-Buy Here).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive-Buy Here).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue-Buy Here).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes-Buy Here).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra physician but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
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If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, cialis generic viagra but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, viagra buy viagra but in the meanwhile, here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
I’m still working on my 2009 and decade lists, discount viagra sickness but in the meanwhile, medicine here’s the best of 2008 mix I made for Amanda last year.  I made it into a mix as opposed to the traditional ranking.  For this year, unhealthy however, I may force myself into ranked lists, which, of course, are highly problematic…

If anyone wants a zip of all the songs, then let me know in the comments.

Another Day, Jamie Lidell (from Jim).

The Re-Arranger, Mates of State (from Re-arrange Us).

A-Punk, Vampire Weekend (from Vampire Weekend).

Brand New Start, Little Joy (from Little Joy).

My Friend, Dr. Dog (from Fate).

You Can Come To Me, The Helio Sequence (from Keep Your Eyes Ahead).

Skinny Love, Bon Iver (from For Emma, Forever Ago).

One Red Thread, Blind Pilot (from 3 Rounds and a Sound).

Goodbye Midnight, The Spring Standards (from No One Will Know).

Furr, Blitzen Trapper (from Furr).

Time To Pretend, MGMT (from Oracular Spectacular).

No One Does It, Department of Eagles (from In Ear Park).

Crying, TV On The Radio (from Dear Science).

Big Kid Table, Thao (from We Brave Bee Stings And All).

You Really Got A Hold On Me, She & Me (from Volume I).

Magazines, The Hold Steady (from Stay Positive).

Acid Tongue, Jenny Lewis (from Acid Tongue).

White Winter Hymnal, Fleet Foxes (from Fleet Foxes).
In 2009, generic viagra cialis indie heroes found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009 (at least on my radar).  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their strategically well-worn sleeves, malady and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, cialis sale Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer-Buy Here).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World-Buy Here).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid-Buy Here).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland-Buy Here).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter-Buy Here).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control-Buy Here).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band-Buy Here).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues-Buy Here).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below-Buy Here).  What’s that you say?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life-Buy Here).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
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45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
If 2008 was the beginning of mainstream’s flirtation with indie music, generic cialis sales then 2009 was outright groping – we’re talking second base.  Indie heroes suddenly found their albums on the Billboard Top 10 and their songs used in commercials to hawk gas-guzzling SUVs and smartphones that aren’t so smart.  So perhaps it’s not surprising that there wasn’t anything truly new and groundbreaking in 2009.  It was a year – not unlike many years – that demonstrated that musicians unapologetically wear their influences on their sleeves, there and recognized that being musical is sometimes as much of a risk as experimenting.

Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home perfectly matches the wistful lyrics

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
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50. Dinosaur, viagra Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

46. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).

44. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes (from Up From Below).

41. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).
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Enough blabbering – let’s start the countdown.

50. Dinosaur, buy viagra Christmas Island (from Blackout Summer).  Every year there’s an explosion of new hyphenated genres, and 2009 was no exception.  Lo-fi has been around the block for a couple of decades and has spawned dozens of well-intentioned but occasionally silly sub-genres (of course, lo-fi itself is a sub-genre).  The one that seems to have gained some prominence this year is garage-pop, which seeks to group bands that tightly grasp onto lo-fi’s punk and DIY aesthetics while incorporating pop sensibilities.  Ladies and gentlemen, Christmas Island.

49. Ladies, Lee Fields (from My World).  Last year, I easily found three wonderful R&B – and I mean real R&B – albums, so what the hell happened this year??  It was only in the last few weeks that I discovered Lee Fields’ comeback album, an album bathing in 70s Philly Soul.  Despite being in his 60s, Fields apparently still knows how to talk to the ladies…

48. Goin’ Home, Dan Auerbach (from Keep It Hid).  As the other half of the grunge-blues (yes, I just made that up) duo, The Black Keys, you would expect Auerbach’s first solo album to be just as heavy in the blues and you’d be mostly right.  There are, however, a few tender moments.  The delicate mandolin in Goin’ Home sets a pastoral scene that perfectly matches the wistful lyrics.

47. Shampoo, Elvis Perkins In Dearland (from Elvis Perkins in Dearland).

yellow is the color of my true love’s crossbow
yellow is the color of the sun
black is the color of a strangled rainbow
just the color of my lung
black is the color of my true love’s arrow
just the color of a human’s blood

“black is the color of a strangled rainbow”.  Any song with that kind of metaphorical imagery gets my vote.

46. Brand New Sun, Jason Lytle (from Yours Truly, The Commuter).  I really miss Jason Lytle’s former band, Grandaddy, but fortunately his first solo album rekindles some of their low-key magic.  Dating back to his days with Grandaddy, Lytle has had a talent for writing beautifully unnerving songs that deftly balance light melody with heavy lyrics.  Light or heavy, the warmth of Lytle’s style comes through in this lovely song.

45. Last Dance, The Raveonettes (from In And Out Of Control).  Amanda and I first heard this song during their Lollapalooza show months before the album was released.  I didn’t actually think much of it at the time, but have come to really like its swirling synths.  And as usual, the power cords and catchy chorus are still there.

44. The Ruminant Band, Fruit Bats (from The Ruminant Band).  Yes, I too hear Led Zeppelin during the guitar intro, but it’s decidedly a Fruit Bats song – folk-pop at its best.

43. Day Glo, Brazos (from Phosphorescent Blues).  There’s a cool, breezy quality to this song that transports you to a serene, isolated beach – or maybe that’s just the Chicago winter talking.  The strumming of the acoustic guitar accompanied by graceful piano lines exemplifies the effectiveness of simplicity.

42. Janglin, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (from Up From Below).  What’s that?  You want to go frolic in the meadow after listening to this song?  Yes, I’ll join you there.  It shouldn’t surprise you that the band is a huge collective of a dozen post-modern retro (yes, that’s right I said it, post-modern retro – this is my blog and I can make up whatever I want) hippies.

41. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’, Bob Dylan (from Together Through Life).  Dylan goes Tex-Mex!  While the album didn’t equal his three previous releases, I really like the opening track.  Thanks to David Hidalgo (of Los Lobos, who I dare anyone to deny isn’t one of the greatest American bands of all time) and his accordion, Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ has a dusty, border-town mystique for which Dylan’s gravelly rasp fits perfectly.
40. The Relator, tadalafil stuff Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson (from Break Up – Buy Here).  I know, I know, you’re wondering why Scarlett Johansson is on this list.  Well, it’s actually a Pete Yorn album on which she provides vocal support, but she does it surprisingly well.  There’s a warm, jazzy-twang to her voice on this record that was completely absent from her (well-intentioned, but mostly forgettable) debut album last year.

39. You Never Know, Wilco (from Wilco (The Album) – Buy Here).  I liked the album, but not as much as I wanted to like it.  Still, Wilco is one of only a handful of artists whose albums I’ll buy without any preview.  Nuff said.

38. Saddest Summer, The Drums (from Summertime! – Buy Here).  I have one word for you – fun!  It’s impossible to not smile listening to this Brooklyn band’s debut EP, and this song in particular.  If you want to hear what retro post-punk new wave sounds like, then just press play.  If the Ramones and Devo had a baby…

37. California On My Mind, Wild Night (from Adult Nights – Buy Here).  I just wrote about this band from New Hampshire a few weeks ago, but damn if this isn’t a catchy song.

36. Sentimental Tune, Tegan & Sara (from Sainthood – Buy Here).  These Canadian twin sisters manage to consistently output punchy rock and power pop songs with disarming lyrics.  Despite the near-universal acclaim their previous album gained, I hadn’t jumped on the bandwagon until their latest.  I get it now.

35. Too Much Freedom, Lou Barlow (from Goodnight Unknown – Buy Here).  Lou Barlow, the once former and now current bassist  in Dinosaur Jr., fronted two great bands (Sebadoh and Folk Implosion) of his own in between his two stints with J. Mascis.  Anyone familiar with Dinosaur Jr. and Sebadoh may be surprised to hear such gentle songs from Barlow’s two solo albums.  While this song may appear to be a simple acoustic guitar tune, it’s deceivingly complex in its instrumentation.

34. That Old Sun, Foreign Born (from Person To Person – Buy Here).  These L.A. boys sure know how to write pop songs.  There’s an anthemic, almost arena-rock (in a Supertramp/Cheap Trick not Peter Frampton way) exuberance to their music that’s completely infectious.

33. Lions, The Features (from Some Kind Of Salvation – Buy Here).  Speaking/writing of anthemic rock…that’s quite a hook from this Tennessee band, whose second album was released under the Kings of Leon label. There aren’t many male singers whose voice exude both masculinity and vulnerability at the same time.

32. One Part, Two Part, Buddy & Julie Miller (from Written In Chalk – Buy Here).  While I’m not as embedded in Americana as I once was, I still come across well-crafted, heartfelt folk/country/bluegrass music on occasion.  It’s a shame that Amanda has an heightened aversion to anything even remotely resembling twang for she misses out on wonderful songs like this little gem.

31. Oh No, Andrew Bird (from Noble Beast – Buy Here).  More often than not, I have absolutely no idea what Andrew Bird is singing about.  His cryptic (and occasionally pretentious) lyrics can be confounding, but his ability to evoke a mood with a wide sonic palette is impressive.  This song was apparently inspired by a little boy sitting in front of him on a plane who repeatedly said to his mom, “oh no, oh no, oh no”.

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