Friday, October 09, 2009

Uncut names top 150 albums of 2000s, the Triangle is represented

Another best of the decade list is out and once again the Triangle is represented. This list comes from the UK magazine Uncut who lists their top 150 albums of the 2000s.

Merge Records is once again represented, this time by Arcade Fire, Lambchop and The Magnetic Fields (I know the albums don't get released on Merge over there, we're still counting them). Triangle expatriates Ryan Adams and Bon Iver (Justin Vernon) also made the list. Check out the breakdown after the break and the complete list of 150 can be found here. It's very, very different than the Pitchfork list. The White Stripes album White Blood Cells topped Uncut's list.

7. Arcade Fire - Funeral
9. Ryan Adams - Heartbreaker
26. Lambchop - Nixon
34. Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
38. Ryan Adams - Gold
54. The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs

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