2005

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30 Dic 2005, 0:07

Best Artist: Sufjan Stevens
I listened to "The Dress Looks Nice on You" way too often, without paying much attention to any of Sufjan's other stuff. That is, until October. Oh, wow. Sufjan has totally blown me away with "Chicago," "Casimir Pulaski Day," "That Was the Worst Christmas Ever!" and "Come on! Feel the Illinoise!"

Runners Up: Wolf Parade, Richard Buckner

Best Album: The Cars: Complete Greatest Hits
I knew I liked "You Might Think," so I bought the album--and proceeded to fall in love with every single track.

Runners Up: Iron And Wine: Our Endless Numbered Days
I bought this album at a friend's recommendation, not really expecting much. Boy, was I surprised.

Tracks I Have Loved, 2005

Sunset Soon Forgotten
Rafters
All These Things That I've Done
Long Time Coming
Since You're Gone
Isolda
Angeline Is Coming Home
This Heart's on Fire
This Hard Land
Trance Manual
If You Fall
Janie Jones
Glad Tidings
Nothing to Say
Ordinary Town
Suite Judy Blue Eyes
Gold Digger
Very Loud
Sweet Mistakes
Evil
It Ain't Me Babe
Carey
Private Conversation
I'm Not Drivin' These Wheels
Santa Fe
Angel On My Bike
Soul Survivor
The Dress Looks Nice on You
Mama, You Been on My Mind
Murray

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  • jetwardy

    Iron and Wine certainly rules. Casimir Pulaski Day is probably the most touching and beautiful song of loss and young love ever could be written. That Was the Worst Christmas Ever overwhelms me lyrically. Suite Judy Blue Eyes is neat.

    30 Dic 2005, 1:10
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