Bang on with #1 but some major omission – namely Mardy Bum, Pretty Visitors, Do Me a Favour, When the Sun Goes Down and If You Were There, Beware.
Funny, I would have thought that From the Basement on The Hill is his best.
Simple Twist of Fate has to be there
The best part of the Jay Z album was the guests (Beyonce, Frank Ocean).. still probably deserved to be maybe 40 something in this list
1. Vampire Weekend – Ya Hey
2. Agnes Obel – Dorian
3. Youth Lagoon – Third Dystopia
4. Danny Brown – Side B (Dope Song)
5. Drake – Hold On, We’re Going Home
6. Earl Sweatshirt – Hive
7. Kanye West – On Sight
8. Savages – City’s Full
9. Disclosure – White Noise
10. Speedy Ortiz – No Below
Great choice with Speedy Ortiz there
So Kanye’s most recent album (Yeezus and MBDTF) is empty music? Haha, yeah right?
Biffy Clyro happen to be the only rock band in the charts nowadays and NIN are just a shower of ageing has-beens trying to stir something up!
Yes, Van Morrison is an exceptionally unsung artist. No white man could ever sing like Van Morrison and the instrumentation on Astral Weeks is just mind-blowing.
Your opinion is incredibly naive. How can you claim that Pitchfork is confusing? The reviewers are just being honest and every good music critic knows that Good Kid Maad City was a fantastic record. The true critic appreciates and is open-minded to the vast majority of genres – they can enjoy Sonic Youth and Kanye West at the same time. Think through your comment properly before you post it, you pretentious dicklicker!