HearYa’s Top 50 Albums of 2007: 1-10

by oz on December 15, 2007

1. Okkervil River – The Stage Names

Okkervil River

Okkervil River – Our Life is Not a Movie or Maybe

2. The National – Boxer

The National

The National – Fake Empire

3. Ryan Adams – Easy Tiger

Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams – Two

Ryan Adams – Everybody Knows

4. Band of Horses – Cease to Begin

Band of Horses

Band of Horses – Is There a Ghost

5. Port O’Brien – The Wind and the Swell

Port O'Brien

Port O’Brien – I Woke Up Today

Port O’Brien – My Eyes Won’t Shut

Port O’Brien – Five and Dime

6. Wilco – Sky Blue Sky

wilco

Wilco – “Impossible Germany” Video

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7. Ha Ha Tonka – Buckle in the Bible Belt

Ha Ha Tonka

From HearYa Live Sessions:

Exclusive: Ha Ha Tonka – Caney Mountain

Exclusive: Ha Ha Tonka – Falling In

Exclusive: Ha Ha Tonka – Hangman

Exclusive: Ha Ha Tonka – St. Nick on the Fourth in a Ferver

8. O’Death – Head Home

O'Death

O’Death – Down to Rest

O’Death – All the World

9. Elvis Perkins – Ash Wednesday

Elvis Perkins

Elvis Perkins – Without Love

10. Josh Ritter – The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter – To the Dogs or Whoever

Josh Ritter – The Temptation of Adam (Live from the El Rey Theatre)

Josh Ritter – The River (Springsteen cover, not on album)

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

J C December 15, 2007 at 10:58 pm

None of those songs are on cease to begin. they’re on everything all the time.

oz December 16, 2007 at 10:42 am

I put those in as placeholders until i found an mp3 from cease to begin, but forgot to update it. Thanks for pointing it out.

chuck December 16, 2007 at 11:44 am

Check out our year-end album lists at TheMilkCarton.com:

http://www.themilkcarton.com/forums/showthread.php?&t=1798

Greg January 2, 2008 at 2:20 pm

It’s funny. I think of all of these as HearYa type artists except for the National, which I still don’t think is great despite the wide-spread adoration. Otherwise the entire fifty does a great job of reflecting the great music of this year and the tone of the site, which is all I’d ever ask. Happy New Year!

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