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This is my top 10 list. I'm not lazy; I'm just obsessed with David Letterman...
Top 10 Albums
Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon: Wu-Massacre
The best Wu-Tang Clan-related release since Supreme Clientele, and the best hip-hop record of the year.
Another chapter in Fake Problems' continuously growing sound, this record has more groove than harmony than their prior efforts.
This album would have ranked much higher if it weren't for the inconsistency in the album's track sequence. Or maybe This Is Satire was just waaaaay too good.
The Dopamines: Expect the Worst
One of the best pop-punk records of 2010. We streamed it, yet none of our lazy asses actually reviewed it...go figure.
Energetic, raucous and a little dark; this album left me wait anxiously for their next.
I'll confess, 25% of this record I could live without, but the other remaining 75% is some of the band's best work to date.
Before this album, the Flatiners were just another band on Fat I didn't listen to, but this record displayed an almost entirely new band band: fast, loud and very catchy.
A long time coming, but definitely worth the wait, the band's third record on Fat brings their sound full circle.
Releasing a followup to The '59 Sound is a challenge in itself, and this record delivered with improved vocals, harmonies and further experimentation of their sound.
It's scary how young this band is, and how they keep getting better and better. Fun, energetic, unique and ambitious are just a few words to describe this record. 2010 introduced the band to many new fans, and hopefully they'll continue to receive the acclaim and recognition they truly have earned and deserve.