EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

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EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Chilton » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:03 am

Albums:
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26. Ellen Schoenaerts Kwartet – Feiten
25. Beach House - Bloom
24. Fence - Fence
23. Jake Bugg - Jake Bugg
22. Actress - R.I.P.
21. Balthazar - Rats

20. Peter Broderick - http://www.itstartshear.com
19. Grizzly Bear - Shields
18. Soulsavers - The Light The Dead See
17. Julia Holter - Ekstasis
16. Perfume Genius - Put Your Back N 2 It
15. Van Morrison - Born to Sing: No Plan B
14. The xx - Coexist
13. Jack White - Blunderbuss
12. Dirty Projectors – Swing Lo Magellan
11. Howler - America Give Up

10. Frank Ocean – Channel Orange
9. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Psychedelic Pill
8. Richard Hawley - Standing at the Sky's Edge
7. John Talabot - ƒIN
6. Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d city
5. Yeasayer - Fragrant World
4. Goat - World Music
3. Dr. John - Locked Down
2. Chromatics - Kill for Love
1. Alt-J – An Awesome Wave

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Re: EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Chilton » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:12 am

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Humo magazine released a online playlist with the 14 best songs of 2012. In the magazine, these songs are ranked and there's one more: Hot Chip at #11

1. Django Django - Skies Over Cairo
2. Tame Impala - Elephant (Todd Rundgren remix)
3. M.I.A. - Bad Girls
4. Spector - Chevy Thunder
5. Chromatics - Kill for Love
6. Howler - Wailing (Making Out)
7. Jake Bugg - Lightning Bolt
8. Alt-J - Fitzpleasure (Jim James Apple C remix)
9. Cat Power - Ruin
10. Kendrick Lamar ft. MC Eiht - m.A.A.d city
11. Hot Chip - Don't Deny Your Heart (Joe Goddard re-edit)
12. Cloud Nothings - Wasted Days
13. Grimes - Oblivion
14. Kanye West, Jay-Z and Big Sean - Clique
15. Major Lazer ft. Amber - Get Free
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Re: EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Harold » Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:23 pm

I'm slightly confused as to which of Peter Broderick's two 2012 albums is actually #20 on this list - the post here says it's http://www.itstartshear.com (yes, that's the album title), but These Walls of Mine is pictured on the Humo website. Please clarify this - thanks!

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Re: EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Chilton » Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:06 pm

Harold wrote:I'm slightly confused as to which of Peter Broderick's two 2012 albums is actually #20 on this list - the post here says it's http://www.itstartshear.com (yes, that's the album title), but These Walls of Mine is pictured on the Humo website. Please clarify this - thanks!
The accompanying message doesn't really clarify which album is the number 20. The 'Listen on iTunes'-button is a link to the itstartshear.com album, but the message comes with the album cover of "These Walls of Mine". Humo also mentions both albums in the article, naming itstartshear.com as the most "accessible" album of the two and "These Walls of Mine" the one with the best song on it (Proposed Solution to the Mystery of the Soul). Maybe it should be more correct to put both albums on #20?

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Re: EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Harold » Tue Dec 18, 2012 2:08 pm

Chilton wrote:
Harold wrote:I'm slightly confused as to which of Peter Broderick's two 2012 albums is actually #20 on this list - the post here says it's http://www.itstartshear.com (yes, that's the album title), but These Walls of Mine is pictured on the Humo website. Please clarify this - thanks!
The accompanying message doesn't really clarify which album is the number 20. The 'Listen on iTunes'-button is a link to the itstartshear.com album, but the message comes with the album cover of "These Walls of Mine". Humo also mentions both albums in the article, naming itstartshear.com as the most "accessible" album of the two and "These Walls of Mine" the one with the best song on it (Proposed Solution to the Mystery of the Soul). Maybe it should be more correct to put both albums on #20?
Exactly what I was thinking, and it's what I'll do. Thanks!

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Re: EOY 2012 - Humo (BE)

Post by Chilton » Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:44 pm

Harold wrote:
Chilton wrote:
Harold wrote:I'm slightly confused as to which of Peter Broderick's two 2012 albums is actually #20 on this list - the post here says it's http://www.itstartshear.com (yes, that's the album title), but These Walls of Mine is pictured on the Humo website. Please clarify this - thanks!
The accompanying message doesn't really clarify which album is the number 20. The 'Listen on iTunes'-button is a link to the itstartshear.com album, but the message comes with the album cover of "These Walls of Mine". Humo also mentions both albums in the article, naming itstartshear.com as the most "accessible" album of the two and "These Walls of Mine" the one with the best song on it (Proposed Solution to the Mystery of the Soul). Maybe it should be more correct to put both albums on #20?
Exactly what I was thinking, and it's what I'll do. Thanks!
I bought the magazine today and, indeed, both albums are placed at #20. I also changed the songs list as they are now ranked. They also added Hot Chip at #11.

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