david santistevan

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Top Ten Albums of 2008

Some of these albums came out in 2008, and others I bought in 2008 and loved. These are in no particular order.

Angels & Airwaves – “I Empire”

Derek Webb & Sandra McCracken – “Ampersand EP”

Fleet Foxes – “Fleet Foxes”

Future of Forestry – “Advent Christmas EP”

Hammock – “Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow”

Ian Mcintosh – “Awakened”

Johnny Parks Band – “Break the Silence”

Mogwai – “The Hawk is Howling”

The Myriad – “With Arrows, With Poise”

Sigur Ros – “Med sud i eyrum vid spilum endalaust”

What were your favorite albums?

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December 30, 2008 - Posted by | Music

4 Comments »

  1. i echo fleet foxes, future of forestry, ian mcintosh, the myriad and sigur ros strongly although all of those are great (haven’t heard hammock, johnny parks, or derek webb).

    i would add the following:

    anathallo — canopy glow
    gabriel wilson — lovely is death (you know that one though)
    the listening — transmission 1 ep (you know that one too)
    stars — in our bedroom after the war (not sure when that came out)
    stars — sad robots

    good list bro.

    mark

    Comment by marksantistevan | December 30, 2008 | Reply

  2. I love gabriel wilson, the listening, and stars as well. I just haven’t had them in rotation as long.

    Comment by santahara | December 30, 2008 | Reply

  3. I would also add the debut album “Near” by SANITIZED!

    Comment by Mike | December 31, 2008 | Reply

  4. SANITIZED was too good to even mention, bro. A whole new level.

    Comment by santahara | December 31, 2008 | Reply


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