Best albums in 2012

November 30, 2012 § 1 Comment

Once again a year has gone by.

The music year 2012 was not as exciting as last year. Some of my favourites, like Marillion and The Smashing Pumpkins, didn’t even make it to the list. Bleak. Listless.

First an hounrable mention outside of the list. The Sweidish 17 year old kid Yohio. He’s great. I really liked his EP ‘REACH the SKY‘.

The Official Lits of Great Albums of 2012

25. Lana del Rey – Born to Die

24. Mark Knopfler – Privateering

23. Kent – Jag är inte rädd för mörkret

22. Ian Anderson – Thick as a Brick 2

21. Iris DeMent – Sing the Delta

20. Fibes, Oh Fibes! – Album

19. Tom Jones – Spirit in the Room

18. First Aid Kit – The Lion’s Roar

17. Muse – The 2nd Law

16. Mark Lanegan Band – Blues Funeral

15. Keane – Strangeland

14. Chuck Prophet – Temple Beautiful

13. Marilyn Manson – Born Villain

12. Band of Horses – Mirage Rock

11. MONO – For My Parents

10. Deftones – Koi No Yokan

9. Jack White – Blunderbuss

8. Justin Townes Earle – Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now

7. Rival Sons – Head Down

6. Fun. – Some Nights

5. Mumford & Sons – Babel

4. The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

3. My Jerusalem – Preachers

2. Flying Colors – Flying Colors

1. Bill Fay – Life is People

I have also made a summary playlist: The Best Albums of 2012.

I would like to wish you all a happy holliday and peace in your hearts.


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§ One Response to Best albums in 2012

  • Hon den gröna says:

    Just adjektivet ‘listless’ känns plötsligt synnerligen väl valt för någon som inte fick vara med på listan…

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