HearYa’s Top 50 Albums of 2007: 41 – 50

by oz on December 11, 2007

Most lists I’ve seen around the blogosphere (god I hate that word) are only about 10 to 25 albums deep. Our list topped off at cool, refreshing 50.

Stay tuned for a daily countdown to the top album of 2007. Since the music always speaks louder than commentary, we did our best to include an mp3. Enjoy!

41. Pale Young Gentlemen

Pale Young Gentlemen

Pale Young Gentlemen – Fraulein

42. The Record Low

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The Record Low – Southern State (from HearYa Live Sessions)

The Record Low – Keep Up (from HearYa Live Sessions)

43. The 1900’s – Cold & Kind

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The 1900’s – When I Say Go

44. The Cave Singers – Invitation Songs

Cave Singers

The Cave Singers – Seeds of Night

45. The Snake The Cross The Crown – Cotton Teeth

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The Snake The Cross The Crown – Behold the River (from Daytrotter)

46. Felice Brothers – Tonight at the Arizona

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Felice Brothers – Ballad of Lou the Welterweight

47. Soulsavers – It’s Not How Far You Fall, It’s Where You Land

Soulsavers

Soulsavers – Through My Sales (from Pitchfork)

48. The Parson Red Heads – King Giraffe

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The Parson Red Heads – Forever

49. Dinosaur Jr. – Beyond

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Dinosaur Jr. – Been There All the Time

50. Spider Bags – A Celebration of Hunger

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Spider Bags – Waking Up Drunk

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

moish December 11, 2007 at 10:02 am

thanks for doing the list but please post in reverse order so it’s like casey kasem’s countdown. that way we start reading at 50 instead of 41. coolio? the moish. p.s. see you at sxsw.

oz December 11, 2007 at 7:49 pm

Reverse order is just not an option. I never liked Casey Kasem, although the long-distance dedications always got me a little misty-eyed.

My master plan was to list like this so at the very end, you could see them all in chronological order, listed from 1-50. Feel free to pour a beer on me at SXSW for the inconvenience.

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