EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

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EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Otisredding » Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:59 am

http://open.spotify.com/user/unterwasse ... jYdgGco6T6

List corrected: final

01 Jack White: Blunderbuss
02 Frank Ocean: Channel Orange
03 Bill Fay: Life Is People
04 Leonard Cohen: Old Ideas
05 Dexys: One Day I'm Going To Soar
06 The Black Keys: El camino
07 Django Django: Django Django
08 Dr. John: Locked Down
09 Julia Holter: Ekstasis
10 Bob Dylan: Tempest
11 Scott Walker: Bisch Bosch
12 Tame Impala: Lonerism
13 The xx: Coexist
14 Hot Chip: In Our Heads
15 Cat Power: Sun
16 Bobby Womack: The Bravest Man In The Universe
17 Mark Lanegan Band: Blues Funeral
18 Orbital: Wonky
19 Advance Base: A Shut-In's Prayer
20 Lee Fields & the Expressions: Faithful Man
21 Mount Eerie: Clear Moon
22 Aimee Mann: Charmer
23 TOY: TOY
24 Richard Hawley: Standing At The Sky's Edge
25 Spoek Mathambo: Father Creeper
26 The Nightingales: No Love Lost
27 ZZ Top: La Futura
28 Bruce Springsteen: Wrecking Ball
29 Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Psychedelic Pill
30 Field Music: Plumb
31 Sweet Billy Pilgrim: Crown And Treaty
32 Damon Albarrn: Dr. Dee
33 Jessie Ware: Devotion
34 Grimes: Visions
35 Sharon Van Etten: Tramp
36 Michael Kiwanuka: Home Again
37 Public Image Ltd: This Is PiL
38 Dan Michaelson: Sudden Fiction
39 Flying Lotus: Until The Quiet Comes
40 Beach House: Bloom
41 Cate Le Bon: CYRK
42 Ty Segall: Twins
43 Grizzly Bear: Shields
44 Animal Collective: Centipede Hz
45 Actress: R.I.P.
46 Paul Buchanan: Mid Air
47 The Beach Boys: That's Why God Made The Radio
48 Paul Weller: Sonik Kicks
49 Jake Bugg: Jake Bugg
50 Oren Ambarchi: Audience Of One

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by beresung » Sat Nov 24, 2012 1:38 pm

Where is text list?
unkind post..

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by granit » Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:10 pm

top 20 :

01- Jack White : Blunderbuss
02- Frank Ocean : Channel Orange
03- Bill Fay : Life is people
04- Leonard Cohen : Old Ideas
05- Dexys : One day I'm going to soar
06- The Black Keys : El Camino
07- Django Django : Django Django
08- Dr. John : Locked down
09- Julia Holter : Ekstasis
10- Bob Dylan : Tempest
11- Scott Walker : Bish bosh
12- Tame Impala : Lonerism
13- The XX : Coexist
14- Hot Chip : In our heads
15- Cat Power : Sun
16- Bobby Womack : The bravest man in the universe
17- Mark Lanegan Band : Blues Funeral
18- Orbital : Worky
19- Advanse Base : A shut-in's prayer
20- Lee Fields & the Expressions : Faithull man

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Harold » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:54 pm

Thanks, Otis!

I'll guess that the missing album is Fiona Apple's.

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Otisredding » Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:09 pm

I've looked all over, and under rocks, and i have not found the lost album (although it has a sufficiently long title)

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Borntorun73 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 4:57 pm

Hi there. I believe the missing album is Neneh Chery & The Thing's "The Cherry Thing". I dont have the magazine to hand (i'm stuck at work!) but i'm pretty sure it wasn't at number 40 - almost certain it was in the top 25 which i guess must mean that the original post is out of whack somewhere. I'll try & find out and post later.

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Shermato » Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:51 pm

So in 2003 Mojo chose The White Stripes' Elephant as their album of the year. And in 2006 they chose The Raconteurs' Broken Boy Soldiers. And now in 2012, they choose Jack White's good, but rather overrated, Blunderbuss.

I love Mojo, and I like and admire Jack White, but a little variety would be nice. Really, one artist is responsible for three of the single best albums of the year out of the past ten years???????

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Harold » Thu Nov 29, 2012 11:04 pm

Saueia posted on the other thread that the missing album is actually Ty Segall's Twins, and that it's actually #42 - Beach House and Cate Le Bon are #'s 40 and 41, respectively. I'm inclined to think this is accurate.

Now if only someone could transcribe the Uncut list!

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by cartoken » Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:31 am

no The Seer = worthless

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Borntorun73 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:44 am

Was wrong about Neneh Cherry! That was in the uncut list - my bad! :?

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Re: EOY 2012: Mojo (UK)

Post by Jackson » Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:59 pm

cartoken wrote:no The Seer = worthless
Thank you! I'm hoping FACT, The Wire, Quietus, Drowned in Sound, and even Pitchfork's list will make up for the lack of The Seer so far.

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