I think this list is significantly better:
I don’t think Expo 86 was great, but I do think it was a very solid album. With a loud stereo and some beer, it’s pretty much perfect.
Absolutely Frog Eyes needs more attention. You want to talk about unique, interesting, boundary pushing bands? Let’s talk about Frog Eyes and Carey Mercer. I really believe that keeping them off any top 50 albums of the year list, any on the internet, is a mistake.
Also I would point out Blackjazz by Shining. An excellent, well-produced experimental metal album that includes free jazz influences. A must listen for 2010.