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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).

12. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion – Buy Here).

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17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).

12. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion – Buy Here).

11. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies – Buy Here).
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

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15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).

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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

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12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

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18. Beach Comber, Real Estate (from S/T – Buy Here).  While their band name is hardly Google-friendly, their dreamy pop is easily accessible.

17. Antenna, Sonic Youth (from Eternal Youth – Buy Here).  Ah Sonic Youth…I will never tire of your well-worn palette of melody and noise.

16. Funny Little Frog, God Help The Girl (from S/T – Buy Here).  God Help The Girl is essentially Stuart Murdoch (Belle & Sebastian) with a stable of unknown of female singers.  This track is actually from B&S’ last studio release in 2006, but I love the new production and voice so much that I decided to include it in this year’s list.

15. Little Lion Man, Mumford & Sons (from Sigh No More – Buy Here).  A product of London’s burgeoning folk scene, Mumford & Sons’ debut album is one more evidence that sometimes foreigners do Americana better than Americans.

14. More of This, Vetiver (from Tight Knit – Buy Here).  Very few songs make me want to dance (I don’t dance), but there’s something inviting about the simple, retro-feel of this song.

13. Hellhole Ratrace, Girls (from Album – Buy Here).  Here’s what I wrote about this song a couple of months ago: Beautiful song.  The sing-along melody sets a serenely pastoral scene for the first half of the song, but it slowly and steadily builds with percussive elements and distorted, atmospheric guitars.  And believe it or not, the lyrics are rather life-affirming.  Wow, what a beautiful song.

12. Sick Muse, Metric (from Fantasies - Buy Here).  I love Emily Haines.  What, you want other reasons?  Ok, here’s one – crazy hooks.

11. My Girls, Animal Collective (from Merriweather Post Pavilion - Buy Here).  I didn’t buy into the annoyingly omnipresent hype upon the album’s release in January, but I relented a few months later and ok, ok, I was dead wrong.  This track alone is almost worth the hype.
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and thank goodness I don’t have to do this again.  What a silly way to document our subjective impressions of music!  Is #7 really better than #10 or even #20?  Of course not.  While I appreciate the fun factor, sale I regret having made a generic top 50 list.  Next year, I’ll instead make multiple (and smaller), targeted lists…like, Favorite 2010 Songs To Tame One’s Rage After Stepping On Cat’s Puddle of Warm Vomit.

So in no particular order here are the ten songs that I listened to most while making the Top 50 list.  (I could have easily substituted at least three of the songs with another from their respective albums.)

Fables, The Dodos (from Time To Die – Buy Here).

Dominos, The Big Pink (from A Brief History of Love – Buy Here).

Set Sail Tomorrow, Montt Mardié (from Clocks/Pretender – Buy Here).

Lisztomania, Phoenix (from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix – Buy Here).

French Navy, Camera Obscura (from My Maudlin Career – Buy Here).

Two Weeks, Grizzly Bear (from Veckatimest – Buy Here).

No Intention, Dirty Projectors (from Bitte Orca – Buy Here).

So Far Around The Bend, The National (from Dark Was The Night Compilation – Buy Here).

Blood Bank, Bon Iver (from Blood Bank EP – Buy Here).

Laundry Room, The Avett Brothers (from I And Love And You – Buy Here).

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