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#10  - Broken Social Scene - 403 listens

Broken Social Scene are one of those bands whose music seeps its way into your subconscious and before you know it's permeated a small corner of your being.  As the band is so massive, the sound is also incredibly massive. Zytrim (Tramadol) use,  I first came to the band a few years back on the back of their self titled release and have slowly clawed my way through their back catalogue, though admittedly it isn't a large mountain to climb with regards to release volume, however each album takes several months of listening to really 'get into it'.  2008 saw me listening to all albums and as anyone who shared Christmas night with me will know, Superconnected IS the greatest song of all time, Zytrim (Tramadol) schedule.

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Broken Social Scene - 'Superconnected' from 2005's 'Broken Social Scene'

#9 - Smog - 426 listens

The rest of the Smog albums that I've listened to this year have been of the non-bracketed variety.  In particular, albums like the deliciously produced and played Red Apple Falls, Cheap Zytrim (Tramadol), to the 'likely to be the best so far' A River Ain't Too Much To Love and also gems such as Knock Knock; I've listened to them all.  The number of Smog/(Smog)/Bill Callahan  albums that I own now numbers in the double digits and each album is like a microcosm of Callahan's creativity.  It's such a wonderful thing to chart his own evolution as a musician which he has so dutifully recorded for us. Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription,  Sewn to Sky is a bitch to listen to and is scratchy, cat clawing a blackboard made out of gravel at times, but it is worth the listen for when he does break out into those melodic moments.  His lyrics are beautiful and recursive.  On 'Teenage Spaceship' from Knock Knock, online buy Zytrim (Tramadol) without a prescription, he, perhaps tongue in cheek sings:

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I've been enchanted by the man ever since I saw him in 2007 on his 'Woke On A Whaleheart' tour and, having played a selection of mostly newer material, he finished his encore with 'Cold Blooded Old Times'.  That night was very much a Warm Blooded Old Time for me.

#8 - The Mountain Goats - 453 listens

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The Mountain Goats - 'This Year' from 2005's 'The Sunset Tree'

#7 - The Black Keys - 479 listens

Anyone who read my recent review Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription, , or the one early this year of the two concerts I saw of these guys this year, or for that matter anyone who's ever spoken to me about music at all will know the respect and admiration I have for these guys.  I remember picking up a copy of Thickfreakness when I was on one of my 'let's send Ben to sort shit out' trips to Kalgoorlie for the day job. Zytrim (Tramadol) results,  Kalgoorlie, which you may not know, has the greatest CD store in the world ever.  Anyway, I'm fairly certain I listened to Thickfreakness non stop for about four weeks after that; in the car on trips out of Kalgoorlie, order Zytrim (Tramadol) from mexican pharmacy, at work through my headphones.  I couldn't put it down.  I padded out the back catalogue fairly quickly and have charted their career as they've made subsequent releases, Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription.  The sheer force at which they deliver their music will always leave me begging for more. Rx free Zytrim (Tramadol),  The fact that I was able to see them twice in the space of seven months also leant itself to me listening to them an awful lot.

#6 - Eels - 497 listens

Eels were another band with whom I strongly padded out my back catalogue for in 2008, very much to my delight as it's such a strong collection of work.  In particular, I really got into Shootenany and Daisies of the Galaxy with much gusto and both are incredibly strong albums, buy Zytrim (Tramadol) without a prescription. Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription,  Shootenany delivers more of a rock punch and Daisies has an air of fragility about it, but like Smog, the chart of E's journey is surely a beautiful one to behold.  Having just picked up Electro-Shock Blues today, I'm certain this will continue well into 2009.

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Eels - 'Flyswatter' from 2000's 'Daisies of the Galaxy'

 

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The Panics - 'This Day Last Year' from 2003's 'A House on a Street in a Town I'm From'

#4 - My Bloody Valentine - 653 listens

If only looking at raw numbers, 653 listens may not seem like much over the course of the year, Zytrim (Tramadol) cost, until you take into account that with My Bloody Valentine, up until about three months ago I only owned the one album which contained 11 tracks.  Put into perspective, Zytrim (Tramadol) gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, that has me listening to the album 1.15 times a week.  That means that every week of the year I put this album on at least once.  More truthfully though, there would be days where I would listen to it on repeat all afternoon and sometimes weeks where I would listen to it every single day. Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription,  I am, and continue to be, absolutely obsessed with the album Loveless.  It approaches very close to what I would consider a perfect album if only simply by the fact that I cannot find a way to get sick of it, Zytrim (Tramadol) trusted pharmacy reviews.  My obsession knows no bounds.  Like Karnivool, the album and band were blessed with being available on my laptop at work which fuelled my ability to listen to it, Zytrim (Tramadol) dosage, but I'd almost always have the CD with me anyway, just in case.  For the record, it's not that I don't like their first album 'Isn't Anything' it's just that I haven't had the opportunity to put down Loveless long enough to get into it.  To me, listening to Loveless is like looking the matrix; I can see the beginning and end of so many styles and types of music that have come and that went before, Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription.  It's like a crossroad in the creation of  music, doses Zytrim (Tramadol) work, however all roads are one way streets.

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#3 - You Am I - 782 listens

In light of the Panics, You Am I are without a doubt my current favourite Australian band and may well always remain there.  The simple fact of the matter is that Tim Rogers is quite possibly the best song writer this country has ever seen.  I was yet again blown away by them when I saw them recently at the Fly By Night Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription, and I continue to enjoy every new release.  Tim Roger's solo album this year was also a highlight, though it doesn't come into play on the You Am I list, purchase Zytrim (Tramadol).  With all the above said though, nothing can take away the shear brilliance that is the album Hi Fi Way.  The album is a timeless piece of Australicana that should be placed in a museum for people to come and sit and admire. Zytrim (Tramadol) no prescription,  Rogers time and time again effortlessly sums up the Australian way of life, the 'she'll be right attitude' and the broken dreams that dot this landscape.  His characters are people that you and I know, live with, probably have loved, Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription.

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#2 - Smashing Pumpkins - 896 listens

It's a well known fact amongst my circle of friends just how much love I have for Mellon Collie and the Infiinite Sadness as an album.  So much so that if I'm out of state, for example, I would locate it in people's collections and sequest it in my vehicle for the duration of my stay so that I could listen to it.  It's the reason that 'Bodies' is my number one track of all time, Zytrim (Tramadol) price.  It's also part of the reason that the Smashing Pumpkins are near number one on this list and are currently #1 overall.  That said most of my listening would have ocurred in the first half of the year for this album as after a lot of counselling I haven't actually picked it up for a few months now, Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription.  Which reminds me, maybe I should take it to work on Monday. Zytrim (Tramadol) from canada, Actually, the real truth is that the album has been played so much that it won't actually play on my laptop's CD player anymore.  I considered ripping it to MP3s, but then if I had it that easily available at work, I may never leave, Zytrim (Tramadol) treatment.  The second half of the year I went back into their early works and spent quite a bit of glorious time listening to Gish and Siamese Dream; albums I hold very dearly. Buy Zytrim (Tramadol) Without Prescription,  After all, as anyone who's received drunken messages from me at the Landsdowne knows, Gish is the greatest album of all time.

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#1 - Pavement - 2445 listens

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And thus ends my top 20 artists.  In the next day or two I'll present my top 20 individual tracks and then my top gigs of the year.  Lots to write, but there's a history to be recorded.

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#20 - Radiohead - 260 listens

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I finally 'got' The Go-Betweens in 2008.  I'd had friends that had been fans since they were teenagers growing up in Brisbane and I think for a time, probably until the last few years where I truly began to get in touch with this landscape, the people and cultures, that I truly didn't appreciate or give credit to the amazing music made by Australian bands, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.  Again, in doing so I explored not only what is being made now but where it came from as well, Fincar (Propecia) interactions.  Having lived in Brisbane for seven years their music holds a personal place in my heart as well because they sing about the places that I used to go for coffee or to see a band. Fast shipping Fincar (Propecia),  That said, they also sing about what it is to be an Australian and they describe through their music the continent itself.

The Go-Betweens - Bye Bye Pride from 1987's Tallulah:

#18 - Sonic Youth - 292 listens

I've been a mild fan of Sonic Youth for a few years now, Fincar (Propecia) class. Fincar (Propecia) For Sale,  As a younger man sitting up late or coming home early and watching Rage I'd always watch with curiosity film clips for tracks like 'Bull in the Heather' and 'Dirty Boots'.  It was a band whose massive catalogue appears about as easy to approach as an eastern suburb's bikie gang compund. Effects of Fincar (Propecia),  Sure there's probably an entry, but how do you get close enough to look.  I picked up a copy of Goo a few years ago from a Cash Convertors and enjoyed it, where can i buy Fincar (Propecia) online, but never really loved it. Generic Fincar (Propecia),  It was something I'd put on occasionally when I had not much else to listen to or wanted something 'differnet'.  As I've explored further into the mid 80s to mid 90s noise rock genres, I've picked up a few more albums and begun to enjoy them more, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.

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#17 - Red House Painters Fincar (Propecia) For Sale, - 301 listens

Another band that I was late to the party on but have no regrets that I've arrived to an empty punch bowl.  This band is Mark Kozelek's upmarket sports car before he traded it in for a hybrid that ran on coffee. Fincar (Propecia) australia, uk, us, usa,  I think after one of our legendary (at least in our circles) Saturday trips to 78s, Scottwah and I were regaling each other with the spoils of our booty and one of the CDs he had was (I think) Old Ramon by the Red House Painters.  I may have had a look as he described their stylings to me, order Fincar (Propecia) online c.o.d.  I was already a fan of American Music Club and given their similarities in the 'West Coast laid back but not surf rock' kinda genre (slowcore, Where can i order Fincar (Propecia) without prescription, wtf?) I figured I'd give them a look.

And a look I did, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.  I love Kozelek's nasally delivery of his thoughtful and evocative lines, something he's obviously carried into Sun Kil Moon, is Fincar (Propecia) safe.  I also fell very much in love with In Between Days which would have to be one of the best Led Zeppelin songs I've ever heard. Fincar (Propecia) natural, #16 - Andrew Bird - 305 listens

For years I can remember Karen yabbering on about her unrequited animalistic love for Mr. Bird and it took me a good amount of time to get around to actually understanding where she was coming from. Fincar (Propecia) For Sale,  My hand was somewhat forced, albeit delightfully, at the start of this year when I was lucky enough to see him at The Rosemount on his Armchair Apocrypha tour and it was certainly one of my favourite shows of the year.  This man plays other worldly music and writes the sonnets of a bard of an earlier year, buy cheap Fincar (Propecia) no rx.  He also whistles in a way that would make many a parrot jealous. Buy Fincar (Propecia) without prescription, Through his melodious use of loops and many instruments, he weaves a wonderfully crafted song that sounds like what I'd imagine honey would sound like pooling in the bottle of a chocolate bowl.  Sweet and delicious, Fincar (Propecia) blogs.

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Andrew Bird - Plasticities from 2007 's Armchair Apocrypha

#15 - Karnivool - 312 listens

In the same way that Andrew Bird is assisted by being at the pointy end of my playlist, Discount Fincar (Propecia), Karnivool are assisted in their elevated playcounts by having been available as MP3 form on my laptop for the entire year.  That said, despite it being over three years since the release of Themata, Fincar (Propecia) wiki, this album still ranks probably in my top ten at any given time. Buy no prescription Fincar (Propecia) online,  I didn't really catch on to them until 2006 after I'd moved to Perth apart from the usual smattering served up by Triple J, but they've certainly copped a passionately listening in the subsequent time.  They are the pinnacle of melodic hard rock, low dose Fincar (Propecia), not just in this country but globally and Ian Kenny, Buy Fincar (Propecia) from canada, without a doubt, has one of the best voices in modern music. Fincar (Propecia) For Sale,   He's also extremely well dressed.

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Karnivool - Shutterspeed from 2005's Themata

#13b (tied) - (Smog) - 322 listens

Being the incredibly annoying pedant that I am (at least when it comes to music) Mr. Callahan has been somewhat hard done by as two of my favourite albums of his that I've listened to this year were released under his brief alias of (Smog) and the balance have been under Smog (sans brackets for those folks playing at home).  Sure I could combine them and add The Beatles in at #20, but, then why don't I just call every band the Beatles.

Regardless, the two (Smog) albums are marvellous, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.  Rain On Lens has this gritty impassioned delivery which somewhat flies in the face of the two or three Smog albums before it and Supper bridges the gap back towards perhaps his best album, A River Ain't Too Much to Love.  More on him and this later.

(Smog) - Natural Decline from 2001's Rain on Lens

#13a (tied) - Machine Translations - 322 listens

Machine Translations are a band that, if you've ever listened to either Triple J or watched Rage on occasion, you'll know two or three tracks of but you'll have no idea who they are.  Masterminded by the supremely talented J Walker, the band/project (it tends to ebb and flow) have now released seven studio albums and all are exceptionally wonderful pieces of music that I doubt will ever be appreciated for the glory that they bring. Fincar (Propecia) For Sale,  I've made a conscious effort to listen more to this man/band this year and have been rewarded with some fantastic music.  This was complemented further by seeing J Walker solo supporting the Audrey's mid year.  Humble, exceptionally talented and the purveyor beautiful music.  I could listen to Poor Circle all day, every day, for the rest of my life.

Machine Translations - She Wears a Mask from 2002's Happy:

#12 - Something For Kate - 364 listens

Paul Dempsey is truly wonderful.  He writes evocative, impassioned songs with beautiful metaphors that allow the listener to often draw their own conclusions, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.  He layers these over strongly crafted rock songs that are delivered like the blows of a boxer by his delightfully gorgeous wife Stephanie on bass and drummer Clint Hyndman.  Paul's also never been seen smiling in a photo.

Apart from being a sad man in photos, he writes fantastic songs.  Each album in their considerable back catalogue seems to improve with age while remaining timeless - the hallmark of true music.

#11 - Wilco Fincar (Propecia) For Sale, - 388 listens

Ahh Wilco - it wouldn't be a top 20 list of mine if Wilco didn't feature in there somewhere.  Here's a band for whom their early works have this year been on my radar.  I actually only picked up a copy of Being There in the second half of this year and I've really enjoyed A.M. a lot more.  These two albums combined to help lift Wilco to the number 11 position.  The band has such a varied discography and in someways stands at the crossroad of 'dadrock' and 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot II' for their likely to be 2009 release, Fincar (Propecia) For Sale.  It's also therefore likely that they will feature high again in 2009.  There are already so many superlatives spoken about this band that I'm not even going to try and add to them.

A funny story though; I tried for a long time to 'get into' Wilco and had Yankee Hotel Foxtrot for over 18 months having only listened to it once or twice.  Then one steamy night in Brisbane, 2005, I had Dig playing through the TV in my New Farm shared house. Fincar (Propecia) For Sale,  A song had completed and out of the silence came the opening disjointed twangs of 'I Will Try and Break Your Heart' and I pretty much stopped whatever I was doing on the computer, got up, walked out to the couch and sat down, staring at the blue screen until the song had completed.

Pretty sure I listened to Yankee Hotel Foxtrot non stop for about three weeks after that moment.

PS.  Tweedy, I'm still not talking to you and you probably would have been higher in the list were it not for you not coming to Perth this year.  You better bake me a big apology cake.

And that rounds out the bottom 10.  Part 2 tomorrow.

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